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151 Archer Family Records:
- James Williamson Archer was born 28 Nov 1831 (p.17)
- James W. 2nd son of Rob and F Archer died Nov 1st 1901 (p.18)
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Archer, James Williamson (I234)
 
152 Archibald Family Records:
"The Last of the Name - Archibald the oldest son of A and Sarah Williamson went to Sea in 1831 & was never heard from is supposed to have died from cholera"
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Williamson, Archibald (I209)
 
153 As recounted from Maria Lee Goodwin Firth,
- Henrietta was married to a Mr. Pate, from east TN, who was considered abusive. They divorced
- Henrietta then married Conrad Goodwin, having 3 children from the first marriage. The children wre adopted by Conrad Goodwin and took the Name of Goodwin.
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As recounted from Sarah Lee Goodwin Klein
- Upon the death of her husband, Conrad, she moved to Winston Salem, where her son lived and is thought to have been an aircraft mechanic.
- She succumbed to Alzhimers and died in a nursing home.
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Goodner, Henrietta (I780)
 
154 As reported by his daughter in law, Sallie Jones
Education: Aeronautical Engineer, Stanford University
Profession: Aeronautical Engineer and Inventor
Married: 9/14/1939 Hampton VA
Father: Mathieu Rogallo
Mother: Marie Louise Dajas
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Rogallo, Francis Melvin (I770)
 
155 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jones, Sarah "Sallie" Carter (I1003)
 
156 Asa brought his family to Illinois in 1854. He married Ruth Riker and they had nine children: four died as young children under the age of two (2); one son, Francis D. Seavey died at the age of 24; another son Willis whose circumstances are not know, and three children (one son and two daughters) went on to populate the area with Seavey blood.

Ruth Riker died in 1875. Francis died on November 4th of the same year. Asa remarried a year later on November 14, 1876, to Jenny Carley. They did not have any children.
------ Information from Linda Seavey Morrison Lee, his Great Great Granddaughter -------- 
Seavey, Asa A. (I630)
 
157 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
- Lewis Burwell
- 1710 - 1752
- father of Rebecca burwell and husband of Mary Willis
- member of House of Burgesses, President of the Council, Acting Gov.
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Burwell, Lewis (I1197)
 
158 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Alice Hobson was wife of John Cary (1583-1660)
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Hobson, Alice (I1196)
 
159 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Ann Ambler
1772 - 1832
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Ambler, Ann (I1199)
 
160 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Anne Taylor was wife of Capt Miles Cary of Warwick County
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Taylor, Anne (I1193)
 
161 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Carter Harrison, husband of Janetta Ravenscroft Fisher
b. 1798
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Harrison, Carter Henry (I756)
 
162 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Daniel Fisher is father of George Fisher
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Fisher, Daniel (I1201)
 
163 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Edward Jaquelin
1668-1739
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Jaquelin, Edward (I1184)
 
164 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Elizabeth Birkadike was wife of John Ambler
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Birkadike, Elizabeth (I1182)
 
165 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Elizabeth Craddock, wife of John Jaquelin
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Craddock, Elizabeth (I1187)
 
166 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Elizabeth Jaquelin
wife of Richard Ambler
1690-1756
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Notes on back of picture of painting:
Elizabeth Jaquelin m. Richard Ambler. Their sons were
- Edward m. Mary Cary
- Jaquelin m. Rebecca Burwell
- John unmarried
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Jaquelin, Elizabeth (I1183)
 
167 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
George Fisher as husband of Ann Ambler
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Fisher, George (I1200)
 
168 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Janetta Ravenscroft Fisher
1802 - 1886
duaghter of Ann Ambler and George Fisher
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Fisher, Janetta Ravenscroft (I757)
 
169 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Jaquelin Ambler
1743 - 1798
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Ambler, Jaquelin (I888)
 
170 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
John Ambler
York, England
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Ambler, John (I1181)
 
171 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
John Cary
1583 - 1660
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Cary, John (I1195)
 
172 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
John Jaquelin was from France and Kent, England
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Jaquelin, John (I1186)
 
173 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
John Scarbrook, father of Martha Scarbrook and husband of Martha
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Scarbrook, John (I1190)
 
174 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Martha (no last name given) was wife of John Scarbrook and mother of Martha Scarbrook
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Martha (I1191)
 
175 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Martha Cary
wife of Edward Jaquelin (1668-1739)
1686-1738
[assume birthdate is an error or else Martha Cary was 4 years old when her daughter Elizabeth was born.]
[assume birthdate more likely to be 1668 and recorded as transposition]
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Cary, Martha (I1185)
 
176 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Mary Willis
wife of Lewis Burwell
mother of Rebecca Burwell
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Willis, Mary (I1198)
 
177 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Richard Ambler
Yorktown Va
1690-1766
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Ambler, Richard (I1180)
 
178 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
Thomas Taylor was father of Anne Taylor
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Taylor, Thomas (I1194)
 
179 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
wife of William Cary
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Scarbrook, Martha (I1189)
 
180 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart
William Cary
1657 - 1713
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Cary, William (I1188)
 
181 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Chart indicates
- Captain Miles Cary of Warwick County, 1620 - 1667
- House of Burgesses, Member Council of Virginia, Colonel of Militia
[reference to Warwick County is 'assumed' to be Warwick County VA, the location of the current Newport News, VA]
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Cary, Captain Miles (I1192)
 
182 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
- Capt Daniel Goodwin, Norton Mass, 1767-1830)
- married Mary (Polly) Briggs
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E.L. Goodwin's Ancestry and History indicates:
- (Pg 8) Capt. Daniel Goodwin , 6th Son of Benj . & Hannah LeB . Goodwin of Boston, was "born 16th Sept 1767 six clock morning Stormy". On the page opposite the Register in the old Bible, over the heading of St. Matt. are the words,
"D. G. nursed on the waves,
In blustering tempests bred, "
probably in allusion to his seafaring life. he ran away to sea when about 12 years of age. His father sent an officer to take him from the ship. The sailors had hidden him away but the Captain told him he would have to go, so a sailor rowed him ashore. No sooner had he touched land than he began to run. The obliging sailor volunteered to catch him, and ran after him calling out to him, as he pursued, in an undertone, "Run you rascal! Turn to the right, now to the left" & c. By these tactics he soon had him aboard the ship again, which soon sailed. He followed the Sea for about 30 years. He never owned a whole vessel, but commanded merchantmen, and was often super cargo also. He sailed between Boston and Liverpool, and between these and West Indian & South American ports. About the year 1810 he was in the harbour of Buenos Ayres while a naval engagement was in progress between the English and Spanish. One of these fired over his ship, and the other, supposing the fire came from him fired into his vessel and sunk it. It was afterwards raised, but was greatly damaged; and the owner brought suit to recover her value. After a long and expensive trial he was acquitted of responsibility, but his reputation as a commander suffered on account of misrepresentations of interested parties and he retired from service.

For some years after his marriage he lived in Easton, Mass. but afterwards moved to Norton, where he lived after his retirement. He married, Nov 1, 1795, Mary (Polly) Briggs .
- (Pg 11) referring to an entry in Frederick Deane Goodwin's journal "23d - - - My Father is dead! He died 10 days ago, 13 of July 1830" 
Goodwin, Capt. Daniel (I64)
 
183 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
- John Goodwin was from Charlestown Mass
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E. L. Goodwin's Ancestry and History indicates that John lived in Charlestown, where he followed his Father's trade (mason). He also was a "Freeman", and his wife's admission into the Church is recorded.
He married, in 1669, Martha Lothrop , then 17 years of age.
- John and Martha Goodwin had nine children viz: Nathaniel , Martha (m. Clough,) John (m. Mary Hopkins & had 5 children,) Mary (m. Hudson,) Benjamin (M. Frances White,) Samuel , Hannah (m. Parkham), Elizabeth (m. White,) & Mercy . He removed to Boston, "where", says Savage in his Genealogical Dictionary, "four of his children in 1688, being possessed with a spirit of childish mischief, sadly perplexed and befooled Cotton Mather, so as to cause Mrs. Glover the washerwoman to be convicted of dealing with the Devil and hang; as in his Magnalia is told. By these infant instructors the learned author was adequately prepared for the honors he gained in the doleful tragedies of 1692, enacted in Salem".

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Goodwin, John (I72)
 
184 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
- Lewis Burwell (1620-1653) and Lucy Higginson (unk - 1675) were parents of Lewis Burwell
- Lewis Burwell was a Major in the Militia and a member of the House of Burgesses
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Burwell, Lewis (I1216)
 
185 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
- Robert Lothrope (1538-unk) and Ellen were parents to Thomas Lothrope
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Lowthrope, Robert (I526)
 
186 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
- Robert Lothrope (1538-unk) and Ellen were parents to Thomas Lothrope
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Ellen (I1237)
 
187 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
- Thomas Lothrope was born in "Cherry Burton", Eng.
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Lothrop, Thomas (I525)
 
188 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
- Thomas Robie was father to William Robie (1648-1686)
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E. L. Goodwin's Ancestry and History writes:
- ... Mercie Robie , (sometimes spelt Robey. In those days every man spelt as seemed good in his own eyes.) She was a daughter of William , son of Thomas Robie , and Elizabeth , daughter of Capt. Wm. Greenough.
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Robie, Thomas (I1236)
 
189 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
- William Robie (1648-1686) and Elizabeth Grennough were parents to Mercy Robie
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E. L. Goodwin's Ancestry and History writes:
- (Pg 3) J.... Mercie Robie , (sometimes spelt Robey. In those days every man spelt as seemed good in his own eyes.) She was a daughter of William , son of Thomas Robie , and Elizabeth , daughter of Capt. Wm. Greenough ,... 
Robie, William (I513)
 
190 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
- William Robie (1648-1686) and Elizabeth Grennough were parents to Mercy Robie
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E. L. Goodwin's Ancestry and History writes:
- Pg 3) ..... Mercie Robie , (sometimes spelt Robey. In those days every man spelt as seemed good in his own eyes.) She was a daughter of William , son of Thomas Robie , and Elizabeth , daughter of Capt. Wm. Greenough ,
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Greenough, Elizabeth (I514)
 
191 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
Anne Carter was wife of Benjamin Harrions IV
No dates provided
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Carter, Anne (I1205)
 
192 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
Anthony Smith and Martha Bacon were parents of Abigail Smith
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Smith, Anthony (I1221)
 
193 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
Anthony Smith and Martha Bacon were parents of Abigail Smith
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Bacon, Martha (I1222)
 
194 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
Benjamin Goodwin was from Charlestown Mass (1732-1792)
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E. L. Goodwin's Ancestry and History writes:
- Pg 3) The children of John and Mercy Goodwin, of Boston, were five: - John , Nathaniel , William , Joseph , and Benjamin. Benjamin, our Great Grandfather, married Hannah Le Baron , Granddaughter of Doctor Francis Le Baron of Plymouth.
- (Pg 7) Benjamin Goodwin our Father's Grandfather, was born Feb. 13th 1732. He lived in Boston, on the estate of his father, and was "a gentlemen of substance. - a silver-smith" and owner of considerable property, including a warfe on Charter Street near Charlestown bridge. In a letter to his brother Nathaniel , now extant, written in 1759, he announces the burning of his house and shop, involving a loss of £500, and asks a loan of £100.

He married Hannah Le Baron , born April 16, 1734, on the 16th Nov. 1757. She, his "Amiable, Dear Consort Departed this life 25th Octr, 1775 AE 42 years Wednesday morning 1 clock". He, "Our Hond Father Departed this life 30 Novr, 1792 AE 60 years Friday morning 4 clock". He died at Easton Mass. at the house of his son Daniel, and is buried on Copps Hill, Boston.

Benj. & Hannah Goodwin had seven sons and three daughters: - as follows, in order.
1st Benjamin , b. 1756, lived in Boston, and married an Ingersoll. No children.
2nd Henry , b. 1760, After graduating at Harvard he studied Law with Gov. Bradford of Bristol R.I. where he settled and married his preceptor's daughter, and his own first cousin, Mary Bradford. He became Attorney General of his state, and a brilliant career seemed to lie before him, but he died at the age of twenty nine. He left a son, Henry, and three daughters, of whom Hannah married her second Cousin Simeon Sampson Goodwin of Plymouth; Mary m. Charles De Wolf, and Charlotte m. Gen. George De Wolf of Bristol, brothers, and "gentlemen of large wealth and high standing. Descendants of both remain, one of who is S. P. Colt, the present (1885) Atty. Gen. of R.I.".
3d. Joseph , b. 1761, m. Susanna, d. of Josiah Keith, and lived in Lenox Mass & Hudson N.Y. His children were Hannah, Joseph, Sarah, m. Ephriam Starr, Charles, Nancy, m. Abram B. Vanderpool, Lewis, Henry, Susanna, & Mary, ma. Col. Pinckney & 2nd Archibald Watt.
4th. William , b. 1763, m. Lucy Alden of Easton Mass.
5th. Charles , b. 1765, died at sea, or at Augustine Fla. aged 17.
6th. Daniel , our Grandfather, see below.
7th Lewis Le Baron, died in infancy.
8th. Hannah Le Baron , b. 1771, m. Daniel Wheaton 1794, & died 1831. She had at least one Son, George, of whose death Father speaks sadly in his Journal under date of April 25, 1827. There were probably others.
9th. Polley (Mercy) Robey, b. 1773, m. Daniel Wheaton , her brother-in-law in 1832, and died in 1834.
10th. Nancy Weatherston, died in infancy.

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Goodwin, Benjamin (I66)
 
195 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
Benjamin Harrison I
1600 (?) - 1647
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Harrison, Benjamin I (I1210)
 
196 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
Benjamin Harrison II
1645 - 1713
Surry County, VA
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Harrison, Benjamin II (I1208)
 
197 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
Benjamin Harrison III
1673-1710
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Harrison, Benjamin III (I1206)
 
198 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
Benjamin Harrison III (1673-1710) and Elizabeth Burwell (1677-1734) were parents of Benjamin Harrions IV (1693-1745)
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Burwell, Elizabeth (I1207)
 
199 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
Benjamin Harrison IV
1693 - 1745
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Harrison, Benjamin IV (I1204)
 
200 Aunt Mamie's Genealogy Scroll
Capt Robert Higginson and Joanna Tokesey were parents of Lcy Higginson (unk - 1675)
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Higginson, Captain Robert (I1219)
 

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