Person:Ann Goodale (1)

m. 12 JUN 1590
  1. Mary GoodaleBEF 1591 -
  2. Margaret GoodaleBEF 1593 -
  3. William GoodaleBEF 1596 -
  4. Anne GoodaleBEF 1599 -
  5. Robert Goodalebef 1602 -
  6. Edward GoodaleBEF 1603 -
  7. Elizabeth GoodaleBEF 1607 - 1603
  8. Elizabeth GoodaleBEF 1607 -
  9. Ann Goodale1608 - 1682/83
  10. Thomas GoodaleBEF 1610 -
Facts and Events
Name Ann Goodale
Gender Female
Christening? 16 Sep 1599 Dennington, Suffolk, England
Birth? 1608 Downham, Norfolk, England
Death[1] 9 Mar 1682/83 Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Salisbury, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849. (Topsfield, Massachusetts: Topsfield Historical Society, 1915), 563.

    FRENCH, Ann, wid., Mar. 9, 1682-3.

  2.   Robert L.V. French and Melinde Lutz Sanborn, FASG, The Rev. William1 Worcester of Salisbury, Massachusetts: Information on His family from the Olney, Buckinghamshire, Bishops's Transcripts, in The American Genealogist (TAG). (Donald Lines Jacobus, et.al.), 71:50+.

    link The authors (one of them a Fellow of the American Society of Genealogist) studied parish records in England. Their conclusion was that as of 1996 the maiden name of the wife of Edward1 Franch is still unknown. In his 1662 will, Rev. William1 Worcester of Salisbury called Edward French "brother [Essex Probate 30679] and in a 1663 letter, Worcester's step-son James Hall of London called Edward French "Uncle French [John Hall Letters box 1 folder 5, American Antiquarian]. Investigation into Rebecca (Swayne) (Byley) Hall showed she was not related to French or his wife. Therefore it is probably the Worcester's 1st wife was either sister to French or his wife. Several new bps for Worcester's children were found. [Therefore we can not at this time determine the maiden name of French's wife].