The Goodridge Genealogy: A History of the Descendants of William Goodridge who Came to America from Bury St. Edmunds, England, in 1636 and Settled in Watertown, Massachusetts with Some Inquiry Into the History of the Family in England and the Origin of the Same
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The Goodridge Genealogy: A History of the Descendants of William Goodridge ...
Edwin Alonzo Goodridge
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ABIGAIL Albert Allen August bapt became Benjamin Beverly born born in Newbury Boston Boxford brother buried Canaan Captain Charles Child Children church College County Daniel daughter David death December descendants died early Edward eldest Elizabeth engaged England father February Fitchburg four Frances Frank FREDERICK George Godric Goodrich Goodridge Grafton Hannah Hardwick Haverhill Henry Hill Industry interesting James Jane January Jeremiah John Joseph Joshua July June Kittery known land later Levi lived Lunenburg Lydia Lyndeborough Lynn March Maria married Mary Mass miles Moses moved Newbury November October Ogden Philips probably record removed Residence Richard Robert Samuel Sarah Sept September settled Sewall success Thomas town viii Watertown West Newbury Westminster widow wife William Winchendon York City young
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