Person:John Goodrich (8)

John Goodrich
d.May 1676
m. 1645
  1. Elizabeth Goodrich1645 - 1711
  2. John Goodrich1647 - 1676
  3. Mary Goodrich1650 - 1724
  4. Joseph Goodrich1653 - 1680
  5. Jonathan Goodrich1657 -
  6. Hannah Goodrich1659 - 1719
  7. son Goodrich1670 - 1670
  • HJohn Goodrich1647 - 1676
  • WMary GibbsAbt 1652 - 1690/91
m. 23 Mar 1674/75
  1. Mary GoodrichBef 1676 - 1681
Facts and Events
Name[1] John Goodrich
Gender Male
Birth? 5 Sep 1647 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 23 Mar 1674/75 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Mary Gibbs
Probate[1] 24 Mar 1676 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United StatesInventory Taken
Death? May 1676
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 John Goodrich, Jr., in Manwaring, Charles W. A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records. (Hartford, Conn.: R. S. Peck & Co., 1904-06)

    Goodrich, John Jr., Wethersfield. Invt. £81-17-11. Taken 24 March, 1676. Mary, the Relict of John Goodrich Junr., appeared & made Oath that she made a true presentment of the Estate of her deceased husband to the apprisers, this 6th June, 1676, before the Dept. Governor, Mr. Wyllys, & the Secretary.

    Memmorandum: That on the 27th of June, 1676, John Goodrich &
    Mary Goodrich, his daughter-in-law, did consent and Agree in these following
    Articles: 1st. That the 9 acres of Swamp Land mentioned in sd. Mary's husband's Will shall be the proper Estate forever of Mary, the daughter of the aforesd. Mary Goodrich and John Deed, to be delivered her at 18 years of age or day of marriage, which shall first happen, and in the Interim her Mother should have the Use of it, and during her life in Case her Child die under age..[John Goodrich, Sr. to pay his con's debts in exchange for the remainder of his son's property.

  2. John Goodrich, the son of John Goodrich sen., of Wethersfield, in the County of Hartford, in his Majesties Colony at Connecticutt, in New England, being weake in body & expecting my change, but yet having the Use of my Understanding & Reason, do make this my last Will & Testament as followeth: And therefore as I do give up myself to the Lord, so desiring that all my Debts may be justly & truly payd out of other Estate, I do give and bequeath my land (be it nine acres more or less) to my loving wife & child for ever. Also I giue my heifer to my sister Mary Goodrich, Also I bequeath my best suite of clothes to my Brother Joseph Goodrich, my father paying the value thereof to such as I am indebted unto.