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Edward Goodman


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   15837 1.0 Edward Goodmanmale

Birth: before 1623Est. from child

Married: Agnes [not known]  before 1641Est. from child
b. before 1623Est. from child

   103322.1 William Goodmanmale
Baptism: 22 Dec 1641 at Desborough (source reads 'Wm s of Edward & Agnes Goodman - at which time of administration of the sacrament Elizabeth Andrewes the godmother a spinster and being daughter of Richard Andrewe a fiery hot Puritan refused to have the child signed with the sign of the Cross according to the Liturgy of the Book of Common Prayer but ..... ...... not') Rec. Off. Trans.
Burial: 27 Dec 1641 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Wm s of Edward Goodman, an infant') Rec. Off. Trans.

   158512.2 Susanna Goodmanfemale
Baptism: 10 Dec 1642 at Desborough (source reads 'Susanna d of Edward & Ann Goodman') Rec. Off. Trans.



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