Christopher Goodwin, Sr.

Born:Circa 1618 In:  England
Died:Jan 22 1683 (at age ‎~65‏)In:  Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts


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Immediate family

His father
Dorothy Goodwin (born Barker)
His mother
John Goodwin
Half brother
Mary Goodwin
Half sister
Richard Goodwin
Half brother
Edmund Goodwin
Half brother
Daniel Goodwin II
Half brother
Stephen Goodwin
Half brother



Source citations

Confidence: Secondary evidence
Date: May 18 2017
Citation text:
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E. L. Goodwin's Ancestry and History indicates that Christopher Goodwin arrived in Mass. in 1633 and that he married Mary. Her maiden name is unknown. They were probably married after his arrival as their first child was born in 1643. Christopher and Mary Goodwin had four sons, Christopher , Nathaniel , John and Timothy . ---------------------------------------- Christopher Goodwin, immigrant ancestor, was born in England in 1618 and died Jan. 22, 1683. He came to this country before Aug. 9, 1656, when he was admitted to the Charlestown, Mass. church. He was a mason by trade. He was living in Charlestown in 1675; was admitted a freeman in 1677. He bought a place of Pierce Harrison, located on the raod to the ferry. He deeded land to his sons Christopher, Timothy, Nathaniel, John and other children. His gravestone may be seen in the old burying ground. * He was probably a son of Daniel and Dorothy (Barker) Goodwin, of Oxford, England, whose will proved February 16, 1625, mentions minor sons Daniel and Stephen. He married Mary Crouch who was the daughter of William Crouch. Children: # 1. Nathaniel. # 2. Christopher, Jr., deposed that he was thirty-five years old in 1682; mason by trade, living in Charlestown; wife Mary died July, 1678. # 3. John, mason, of Boston; married Martha ____. # 4. Elizabeth, born March 13, 1659. # 5. Timothy, baptized June 8, 1662, mentioned below. # 6. Mary, born April 30, 1676 (twin); married William Brown. # 7. Hannah (twin), born April 30, 1676. # 8. Mercy, born June 6, 1680. Links * Sources # [ Genealogical And Personal Memoirs Relating To The Families Of Boston And Eastern Massachusetts. Prepared Under The Editorial Supervision Of William Richard Cutter,] A. M. Historian Of The New England Historic Genealogical Society Librarian Of Woburn Public Library Author Of "The Cutter Family," "History Of Arlington," "Bibloigraphy Of Woburn," Etc. Etc. Volume III. New York Lewis Historical Publishing Company 1908
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