William Godbold

(1819 - )
     William Godbold married Eliza Armstrong. William Godbold was born in 1819. He was the son of Jonathan Godbold and Ann unknown.

Children of William Godbold and Eliza Armstrong

Agnes Goddard

(before 1390 - before 1 April 1448)
     Agnes Goddard was born before 1390. She was the daughter and heiress of Sir John Goddard, high sheriff of Yorkshire.
     Agnes Goddard married Sir Bryan de Stapleton, son of Sir Bryan de Stapleton and Elizabeth de Aldeburgh, circa 1404 in Yorkshire.
     Agnes Goddard made a will dated 27 March 1448. The Will of Agnes Stapilton, Widow is written in Latin. She has an enormous list of legacies to churches, friars, etc. The persons receiving bequests with the spelling as written are as follows:
"Agnes Stapilton, vidua, nuper uxor Briani Stapilton, militis. Domine Johanne Ynggelby filie mee, Matilde Wadesley, sorori mee,Willelmo Plumpton, militi, Roberto Plumpton, filio ejusdem Willelmi, Willelmo Plumpton,filio dicti Willelmi Plumpton, Margarete Darrell, Isabelle Plumpton, Agneth Plumpton, Elizabethe et Johanne Plumpton, Agneti Ynggelby, Elene Ynggelby, Katerine Yngelby, Johanni Yngelby, Isabelle Thwate, magistro Georgio Plumpton, Elizabethe Bekwyth, Domine Elizabethe Maudesley. Executores: Johannam Ynggelby, Brianum Stapilton."
     Agnes died before 1 April 1448.
     Her will was proved on 1 April 1448. Proved by Sir Brian Stapilton, with power reserved, etc.

Children of Agnes Goddard and Sir Bryan de Stapleton

Alice Goddard

     Alice Goddard married John Heneage. She was the daughter of Walter Goddard of Snettisham (Suettisham), Nfk.

Child of Alice Goddard and John Heneage

Ann Goddard

     Ann Goddard was the daughter of Joel Goddard and Mary Rich.

Edith Goddard

(before 1640 - before 2 November 1662)
     Edith Goddard was born before 1640 in Suffolk, England.
Marriage banns for Edith Goddard and George Cocksedge were published on 24 October 1655 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. 24 Oct, 31 Oct, 7 Nov 1655. At ye Market Crosse, betweene George Cocksedge, singleman and Edith Goddard, single, both servants to Mr Henry Wigh [sic], minister of Rougham. Married 3 January 1655/6 by Myles Borough, gent. JP.
     Edith Goddard married George Cocksedge, son of John Cocksedge and Mary Unknown, on 3 January 1655/56 in Rougham, Suffolk.
     Edith died before 2 November 1662 in Rougham, Suffolk. She was buried on 2 November 1662 in Rougham.

Children of Edith Goddard and George Cocksedge

Elizabeth Goddard

(circa 1630? - before 27 December 1676)
     Elizabeth Goddard was born circa 1630? In Suffolk, England.
     Elizabeth Goddard married John Cocksedge, son of John Cocksedge and Elizabeth Unknown, on 9 April 1651 in Rougham, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth died before 27 December 1676 in Lawners farm?, Rougham, Suffolk. Note that the unmamed wife of John Cocksidge, in the lane was buried 12 January 1663 (or 1665). She was buried on 27 December 1676 in Rougham.

Children of Elizabeth Goddard and John Cocksedge

Elizabeth Goddard

(13 October 1833 - before 27 September 1863)
     Elizabeth Goddard was christened on 13 October 1833 in Troston, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth Goddard married Thomas Cocksedge, son of Edward Cocksedge and Hannah Richer or Ritcher, in November 1855 in Hessett.
     Elizabeth Goddard and Thomas Cocksedge appeared on the 1861 census in Hessett. Thomas Cocksedge, 28, pensioner, born Bradfield; his wife Elizabeth aged 27, born Troston; daughters Lucy 4, Elizabeth & Charlotte both 1, all born at Beyton.
     Elizabeth died before 27 September 1863 in Hessett, Suffolk. She was buried on 27 September 1863 in Hessett.

Children of Elizabeth Goddard and Thomas Cocksedge

Ellen Goddard

(circa 1811 - )
     Ellen Goddard was born circa 1811 in Troston, Suffolk.
     Ellen Goddard married William Meadows.
     Ellen Goddard and William Meadows appeared on the 1871 census in Troston, Suffolk. Robert William was with his grandparents: Troston SFK schedule 29 Street - William Meadows head, 58, Grocer & bootmaker, born Stanton; Ellen wife 60 born Troston, Robert Bland grandson 5 scholar born Troston; William Meadows father 85 cooper born Walsham le Willows, Mary mother 84 b. Stanton.
     Ellen Goddard and William Meadows appeared on the 1881 census in the Street, Troston. William Meadows head 68 bootmaker b. Stanton; Ellen wife 69 b. Troston; Julia Bland widow 44 b. Troston; Robert Bland gr-son 15 b. Stanton; Ellen Bland gr-daughter 13 ditto; Harry Bland gr-son 10 ditto; Arthur Bland gr-son 8 ditto, Alice Bland gr-daughter 3 ditto; William Meadows father 95 b. Walsham le Willows.

Child of Ellen Goddard and William Meadows

Hannah Goddard

(14 February 1682 - )
     Hannah Goddard was christened on 14 February 1682 in Penistone, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Joel Goddard and Mary Rich.

Joel Goddard

     Joel Goddard married Mary Rich, daughter of Edward Rich and Mary Unknown.

Children of Joel Goddard and Mary Rich

John Goddard & Frances his wife

     John was a defendant in a court case on 1 October 1641 in Barnsley, Silkstone, Yorkshire, England. John Goddard of Thurlstone, husbandman & Frances his wife, on 1 Oct 1641 & before & since breaking and entering the close of Edward Riche at Thurlestone, and throwing down the hedges and fences; also with assaulting and maltreating John Riche. Witn. Edw. Rich, Edw. Hawkesworth. (At Barnsley, 19 Jan 1641/2, put themselves on the clemency of the Court, fine 3s 4d, estreated]..

Dinah Godfrey

     Dinah Godfrey married Daniel Ryther (of Misterton) on 11 August 1760 in Misterton, Nottinghamshire, England. Dinah was present at Ann Ryther's christening on 8 July 1761 in Misterton, NTT, ENG.

Child of Dinah Godfrey and Daniel Ryther (of Misterton)

Frederick William Godfrey

( - March 1913)
     Frederick William Godfrey married Eliza Mackglew, daughter of William John Mackglew and Eliza Whitbread, on 4 March 1867 in St James the Great, Bethnal Green, Middlesex. Eliza McClew, the witnessed included her father William McClew, painter..
     Frederick's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1913 in Hackney RD, Middlesex.

Henry Godfrey

(before 1600 - )
     Henry Godfrey was born before 1600 in Lincolnshire, England.
     Henry Godfrey married Isabel Popplewell, daughter of David Popplewell and Elizabeth Tuswell, on 6 May 1618 in Belton, Lincolnshire.      
Henry Godfrey was listed in the Protestation returns in March 1641/42 in Butterwick, Lincolnshire. He was mentioned in his mother in law's will 'Henry Godfrey my sonne'.

Jane Godfrey

(before 1595 - )
     Jane Godfrey was born before 1595 in Lincolnshire, England.
     Jane Godfrey married Israel Popplewell, son of Robert Popplewell and Ann Popplewell, on 14 April 1611 in Belton, Lincolnshire.

Child of Jane Godfrey and Israel Popplewell

Cora Nina Goding

     Cora Nina Goding married Ted Colbert, son of Edward Michael Colbert and Margaret Robertson, in 1930 in Victoria. They had no issue..
     Cora and Edward were registered as a bootmaker and milliner at 105 Lygon St, Carlton, on the 1931 electoral roll.
     Cora and Edward were registered at Bair St, Leongatha, on the 1936 electoral roll.
     She may have moved to the UK.

Alexander Godolphin

( - 1349)
     Alexander Godolphin was the son of Edward Godolphin and Clare Solgena.
     Alexander Godolphin married Marion Tremrow, daughter of John Tremrow.      
Alexander Godolphin paid the lay subsidy 1 Edw III (1327) in Breage, Cornwall, England.
     Alexander died in 1349 in Godolphin, Cornwall, England.

Andrew Godolphin

     He died without issue. He had a sister Engriene.. Andrew Godolphin was the son of Edward Godolphin and Clare Solgena.

Catherine Godolphin

(September 1620 - before 13 March 1662/63)
     Catherine Godolphin was born in September 1620 in 'Treveneage', St Hilary, Cornwall. She was described as the second daughter of Francis Godolphin of Treveneage and aged 6 weeks, 9 October 1620.. She was the daughter of Francis Godolphin and Ann Carew.
     Catherine Godolphin and John St Aubyn obtained a marriage licence on 29 March 1637 in Exeter, Devon.
     Catherine Godolphin married John St Aubyn, son of John St Aubyn and Katherine Arundell, circa April 1637. Her marriage took Treveneage into the St Aubyn family but the barton was sold and after passing through a branch of the Robinson family, it was purchased in c. 1665 by the Tredenhams.
     Catherine died before 13 March 1662/63 in Crowan, Cornwall. She was buried on 13 March 1662/63 in St Hilary. A memorial inscription at the end of the chancel on a marble slab: Here lyeth Katheren the wife of John Seyntaubyn, of Clowance, Esq., who was daughter and heiresse unto Francis Godolphin, of Treveneae, Esq., & was buried the 13 the day of March AD 1662.
This monument being injured by the fire [25 Mar 1853] was presented to the St Aubyn fammily, who removed it to Crowan church.

Children of Catherine Godolphin and John St Aubyn

David Godolphin

     David Godolphin was born. He was the eldest son. Harl MS 4031 fol. 36..
     In the pedigree at the College of Arms, David Godolphin is the son an heir of William, and father of Elinor, who married ... Rinsey.. He was the son of Alexander Godolphin and Marion Tremrow.
     David Godolphin married Julian Unknown (Goldolphin.

Edward Godolphin

     Edward Godolphin was the son of Thomas Godolphin and Clarice Solgena.
     Edward Godolphin married Clare Solgena. In the College of Arms pedigree, this Clare of Solgena is given as wife of his father, and Edward Godolphin is said to have married Christian, daugher of Thomas Prideaux..

Children of Edward Godolphin and Clare Solgena

Edward Godolphin

     Edward Godolphin was the son of Thomas Godolphin and Margaret Antrewan.
     Edward Godolphin married Matilda Boteler de Camerton, daughter of William Boteler de Camerton or Conerton.

Child of Edward Godolphin and Matilda Boteler de Camerton

Elinor Godolphin

     Elinor Godolphin married John Rencie Goldolphin. He assumed the name of Godolphin.. Elinor Godolphin was the daughter of William Godolphin and Melior Cowlinge.

Child of Elinor Godolphin and John Rencie Goldolphin

Francis Godolphin

(before 1599 - before 4 February 1652)
     Francis Godolphin was born before 1599 in Cornwall. He was the son of William Godolphin and Jane Gaverigan.
     Francis Godolphin married Ann Carew, daughter of Richard Carew and Juliana Arundell, on 15 November 1616 in Antony, Cornwall.
     Francis Godolphin lived at 'Treveneage', St Hilary, Cornwall, 1620.
     Francis Godolphin of Treveneague, was one of the Stannators for Pewith and Kirrier, at the convocation held at Lostwithiel, August 15, 12 Charles I, 1637.
     Francis died before 4 February 1652 in St Hilary, Cornwall. He was buried on 4 February 1652 in Crowan, Cornwall.

Children of Francis Godolphin and Ann Carew

Francis Godolphin

( - before 23 June 1692)
     Francis Godolphin was the son of Francis Godolphin and Ann Carew.
     Francis died before 23 June 1692 in Crowan, Cornwall. He died without issue..
     The administration of his estate was granted to Elizabeth St Aubyn on 23 June 1692 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Administration was granted to his niece Elizabeth Northmore.

Francis Godolphin

( - before 2 May 1640)
     Francis Godolphin was born. He was the third son. He was the son of Sir Francis Godolphin and Margaret Killigrew.      
Francis Godolphin was MP for ST Ives (1624-5) and Cornwall in 1626. He was also the Recorder for Helston in 1620 for Cornwall.
     Francis died before 2 May 1640.
     His will was proved on 2 May 1640.

Sir Francis Godolphin

(1540 - before 23 April 1608)
     Sir Francis Godolphin was born in 1540 in Cornwall. He was the nephew of Sir William Godolphin and succeeded to his uncle's estates. He was the son of Thomas Godolphin and Katherine Bonythan.
     Sir Francis Godolphin married Margaret Killigrew, daughter of Capt John Killigrew and Elizabeth Trewinnard, on 29 June 1552 in Breage, Cornwall. Franunces Godolphin, Esq & Margaret Kellygrew, daughter of John Kellygrew, esq. He later married Alice daughter of John Skerritt and widow of John Glanville.      
Sir Francis Godolphin was Member of Parliament for Cornwall in 1588-9 and for Lostwithiel in 1593 between 1588 and 1593.
     Sir Francis Godolphin was mentioned in the will of Sir Francis Godolphin dated 30 April 1602.
     He was twice High Sheriff of Cornwall, Custos Rotulorum for a number of years, and Vice-Warden of the Stannaries from 1584 to 1603.
     Sir Francis Godolphin made a will dated 4 October 1605.
     Sir Francis Godolphin was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in 1608.
     Francis died before 23 April 1608 in Breage, Cornwall. He was buried on 23 April 1608 in Breage, Cornwall.
     His will was proved on 13 May 1608 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of Sir Francis Godolphin and Margaret Killigrew

James Godolphin

     James Godolphin was the son of Richard Godolphin and Constance Archdeacon.
     James Godolphin married Cecilia Trewledick, daughter of William Trewledick.

Child of James Godolphin and Cecilia Trewledick

Joan Godolphin (Erisey)

     Joan Godolphin (Erisey) was the daughter of Alexander Godolphin and Marion Tremrow.

John Godolphin

     John Godolphin was the son of John Godolphin and Elizabeth Beauchamp.
     John Godolphin married Elizabeth Killigrew, daughter of John Killigrew, before 1513.

Child of John Godolphin and Elizabeth Killigrew