Friday, May 22, 2020

New England Colonists, 1600-1700 Goodridge-Grafton

Goodridge, Gutteridge
John was at Watertown, Mass. in 1637.
John was a tailor at Boston in 1642.
Richard was living at Guilford, Conn.n 1639.
Robert was an innkeeper at Boston pre-1677.
Tomas was  a mariner living in Boston pre-1691.
William settled at Watertown in 1636.

Boston's John Winthrop wrote in his journal sated March 4, 1634, that "Samuel Cole set up the first house for common entertainment..." but this appears to be the FIRST in New England, but not in the new colonies, such as Virginia where the Cole's Inn was established at Jamestown some 20 years previous. This Inn was referred to as the Three Mariners Inn, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. 

Thomas is at Branford, 1667.

Roger is found married at Barnstable, Mass. in 1641.

The inside of a colonial inn.

Goodwin, Goodwyn
Adam was born  in 1617 and came to Providence, R.I. as a servant to John Moulton.
Christopher was a mason at Charlestown. in 1647
Daniel came from Torrington, England to Kittery, Maine in 1652. He was then an innkeeper at Berwick, Maine in 1662.
Edward was a shipwright at Salisbury in 1667.
Edward was at Boston in 1641.
John was married at Charlestown, Mass. in 1669 then moved to Boston.
John was an early settler at Reading, Mass..
Nathaniel, brother of the preceding, was at Reading in 1679.
Ozias was born in 1596 and came to Cambridge and Hartford, Conn. by 1636.
Richard was married at Gloucester, Mass. in 1666.
Richard was married at Amesbury, Mass. in 1677.
William , aka "Elder William" was brother to Ozias and is found at Cambridge in 1632. He is then found at Hartford, Conn. in 1636 and Hadley, Mass. by 1654, leaving no issue.

Isaac was at Kittery, Me. in 1686.

Stephen was at New Haven in 1638 and became Deputy Governor from 1643-1658. He was lost at sea on the way back to England in 1658.

Gookin, Googins
Daniel was born in 1612 and was the fourth generation of Arnold Gookin. He and his father, Daniel, first settled in VA. and then Boston in 1644. He is then found at Roxbury and Cambridge by 1648, attaining thee rank of Major-General during the Indian Wars.

Francis was at Duxbury in 1637 and Charlestown by 1658.

An old woodcut of King Philip's War

Alexander was a native of Scotland, a soldier in the Royalist Army and was sent to Watertown by Cromwell in 1651. He is later found at Exeter, N.H..
John was at Bridgewater in 1682.
Nicholas was an inhabitant of N.H. in 1689.

John is at Roxbury in 1637.

Gorham, Gorum, Goram
Capt. John, son of the following, was at Yarmouth, Me. in 1652 and died at Swansea, Mass. in 1675.
Ralph, son of James, was born at Benefield, Northhamptonshire, England in 1575. He came to Plymouth in 1635, but returned to England where he died in 1643.

John came with Winthrop's Fleet in 1630 to Dorchester, Mass. and left no issue.

John is found at Roxbury, Conn pre-1636.
Samuel was born at Groton, Lancaster, England in 1592 before coming to Boston in 1636. He then went to Plymouth and finally to Warwick, R.I. by 1641.
Thomas was a freeman at Portsmouth, R.I. in 1655.

Henry was a resident of Boston in 1634.

Edward was at Marblehead, Mass. in 1665.
James came with Winthrop's Fleet in 1630 and settled at Watertown the following year.
Philip first came to Roxbury, then removed to Lancaster, Mass. by 1687.
Richard was in  N.H. in 1689.

Charles came with Gov. Endicott in 1628 to Salem. he then moved to Wenham, Mass. in 1654.

Gould, Goold
Adam is found at Gorton, Mass. pre-1683, then Woburn, Mass. later.
Christopher lived at Hampton, N.H. in 1660.
Daniel is at Newport, R.I. in 1655.
Edward was born at Hawkhurst. Kent, England in 1607. He came to Hingham as a pailmaker in 1675.
Francis was at Braintree pre-1655.
Henry is living at Ipswich in 1675.
James was a freeman at Haverhill, Mass. in 1677.
Jarvis, Jarvice, came to New England with the family of Clement Bates from All Hallows, Lydd, Kent, England to Hingham in 1636. Ten years later, he is found at Boston.
Jeremiah was at Newport, R.I. in 1638.
John was born in 1610 at Towcester, Northampton, England and is found at Stoneham, Mass. by 1635.
John was a resident of Newport, R.I. in 1655.
John was married in 1673 at Taunton.
Nathan, son of Nathan, came from St. Edmundsbury, England to Milford, Conn. in 1647. By 1650, he is at Fairfield, Conn..
Nathan was at Salisbury, Mass. in 1660.
Robert was at Hull, Mass. in 1666.
Thomas was born in 1607 and at Boston in 1639.
Thomas was married at Newport, R.I. in 1655.
Thomas was at Charlestown in 1640, then Boston.
Thomas was married at Boston in 1656.
Zaccus was the son of Richard Golde and sixth generation of Thomas Gold(who lived  at Great Monerden, Bucks, England). Zaccus was born in 1589 at Hants Green, Bucks, England and came to New England in 1638. He lived at Weymouth and Lynn by 1644. and is later found at Ipswich/Topsfield, Mass..

Francis was at Plymouth in 1643.

Goulding, Goulden, Golden
Peter was born at Shipman, England in 1635. He is found as a saddler in VA in 1667. He then went to Boston by 1693, Worcester and Salisbury, where he died in 1703.
Capt. Roger was a mariner and brother of the preceding. He is found in R.I. in 1676.
William was a clergyman at Boston in 1646.

Abraham was a mariner at Boston in 1672.

Edward is found at Salisbury pre-1679 and served as first assemblyman from Hampton, N.H. in 1680.
John was a dealer and worker in brass at Charlestown in 1631.
John was the brother of Edward and married at Cambridge in  1658.

Gouring, Gowen
John was at Lynn in 1682.
Nathaniel is living at Reading in 1691.
Richard or Robert was born in Scotland in 1618 and is found at Dedham in 1634. He then went to Wenham, Lynn, Watertown and lastly Lynnfield, Mass. by 1660.

John was at Dorchester in 1635. He then went to Salem in 1642.

Daniel is found at Hartford in 1646.
Nicholas is at Windsor, Conn in 1693, when he died.

Joseph was a mariner at Salem in 1637.
Thomas is found in N.H. in 1689