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Re: Mary Kingsmill m,Edward Goddard , England abt 1500's
Posted by: Jack MacDonald (ID *****1866) Date: August 19, 2007 at 16:02:21
In Reply to: Mary Kingsmill m,Edward Goddard , England abt 1500's by Janey Reed of 22

I do not have much, but Edward Goddard was the son of John Goddard and Mary Winchcombe. Edward was "of" East Woodhay in Hampshire, Eng. He later died in 1616 in Hampshire, Eng. with his will being probated on 20 April 1616. Mary Kingsmill was the daughter of Sir John Kingsmill and Constance Goring. She was the tenth of 17 children. Mary had been born at Sidmonton in Hampshire, England. She died in Hampshire, England in 1600, and was subsequently buried at East Woodhay 8 October 1600.

Edward and Mary had seven children that I know of.

1. Edward
b. "of" East Woodhay, Hampshire, Eng.
m. Elizabeth Whitehead in Eng.

2. Nicholas
b. "of" East Woodhay, Hampshire, Eng.
m. Anne Winchcombe in Eng.

3. William
b. "of" East Woodhay, Hampshire, Eng.

4. Constance
b. "of" East Woodhay, Hampshire, Eng.
m. John Flower in Eng.

5. Ellinor
b. "of" East Woodhay, Hampshire, Eng.

6. Bridget
b. "of" East Woodhay, Hampshire, Eng.
m. William Corderoy in Eng.
d. in Eng.

7. Anne
b. "of" East Woodhay, Hampshire, Eng.

Sir John Kingsmill of Basingstoke in Hampshire, England was the eldest son of Sir John Kingsmill, a Justice of the Common Pleas, and Jane Gifford. Sir John Kingsmill died on 20 July 1556, probably at Sidmonton, and was buried in the Kingsclere churchyard in Hampshire, England. His widow, Constance, survived him by nearly 25 years. She died
during the month of May 1581, and was buried on 16 May 1581 at Sidmonton.

The Kingsmill family, whose original name was Castlemayne, had received a grant of the Royal Mill at Basingstoke in Hampshire (Southamptonshire), England, where they resided during the 12th through the 16th centuries. From the Castlemayne's association with the Royal Mill, the name Kingsmill was derived.

Hope this helps some.

Jack MacDonald


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