Note N7208 Index
Irving was a blacksmith in Casco.
Note N7209 Index
Lilla is remembered as being "a very devoted mother to her children" and "an honored and respected citizen of Casco."
Note N7216 Index
Walter was a farmer and fruit merchant in Peabody, Massachusetts.
Note N7217 Index
Howard was a farmer in Peabody, Massachusetts.
Note N7218 Index
Everett was an electrician by trade. At the time of the 1930 Census, he was an inmate at the Essex County Jail in Lawrence, Massachusetts (NARA Microcopy T626, Roll 898, E.D. 5-112, Page 65A). Apparently, he had gotten married about 1921 (In that 1930 Census, he claims to have been married 11 years. However, he was single and living with sister Dora and her family in 1920). We don't know the name of his wife.
Note N7220 Index
Elijah was a farmer at Great Falls (now Somersworth), NH, and later at Cranberry Meadow, South Berwick, Maine.
Note N7228 Index
"In 1652 Daniel Goodwin signed the act of submission in Kittery. . . At the head of the founders of the First Congregational Church in South Berwick, Maine, June 4, 1702, is the name Daniel Goodwin. He was appointed Deacon, then Ruling Elder August 27, 1724, and September 5th following was ordained. He was a surveyor, an inn keeper and a large land holder (Goodwin, DANIEL GOODWIN OF ANCIENT KITTERY [op. cit.], 1).
Sarah was first married to Peter Turbet of Wells, who died in 1661 (NEHGR, 33 [Boston: Published by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1879], 440).
Note N7231 Index
Walter was a blacksmith in Henniker, New Hampshire (1900), Buckland (1910) and Shelburne (1920) Massachusetts. It appears that he and Susan separated between 1910 and 1920. In 1920, she is found working as a housekeeper for a merchant, George Fox, and his brother, Walter, in Concord, New Hampshire (1920 Census: T625, Roll 1013, E.D. 64, Page 45A).
Note N7233 Index
Edward was a sea captain, sailing out of Newburyport, Massachusetts (1860, 1870) and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1880).
Note N7234 Index
James died from an accidental fall and fractured hip.
Note N7237 Index
Frederick was a farmer in Wilson's Mills, Maine.
Note N7239 Index
Fred was a millwright at the W.H. Brown Lumber Co. in North Waterford, where he worked for many years before his retirement in 1953. In earlier years, he had worked as a barrel maker in East Stoneham. After he retired, he operated a blacksmith shop at his home in Lynchville.
Note N7241 Index
Johnson was a house painter in Haverhill.
Note N7248 Index
William served for 9 months during the Civil War, enlisting 29 September 1862 in Co. C, 25th Maine Infantry Regiment, and being mustered out on 10 July 1863. A few months later, he moved to Gorham, Coos County, New Hampshire, where he and Emma were married (about 1867). They had two children, a daughter, Grace, born about 1868, and a son, Albert J., born in 1870. In Gorham, William worked in a mill for a time, and, later, was a meat cutter.
After Emma's death in 1898, William lived alone (in the 1900 Census of Gorham, he is listed as Wallace Goodridge), until he married Estelle in 1903. They moved the few miles from Gorham, New Hampshire, to Bethel, Maine, where he worked as a retail merchant. They adopted Libby Lynne that same year.