|Birth: ||Apr. 11, 1610, England|
|Death: ||Apr. 5, 1688|
Edmund, his wife Anne and sons John and Thomas came to America on the "Confidence" out of Dunhead, England via London, immigrating on 24 April 1638.
They settled in Sudbury where he was a Freeman, 13 May 1640, appointed Ensign 12 August 1645. Appointed Captain of the Foot Company 27 May 1674, serving in King Philips (Indian) War.
He was Deputy to the General Court for a number of years.
He served in all government posts (30 in all) in Sudbury, where he had been a founder.
Edmund and Anne were the parents of 6 children:
John born 1635 in Dunhead, England
Thomas baptized 26 November 1637 in Dunhead
Hannah, born 28 November 1639 in Sudbury, Massachusetts.
Mary, born 25 August 1640 in Sudbury (This might be the daughter of Thomas, per vital records of Sudbury, but listed as Edmunds daughter in the "Goodenow".
Sarah, born 17 March 1642 in Sudbury and
Joseph, born 19 July 1645 in Sudbury.
Anne Barry Goodenow (1609 - 1675)
John Goodenow (1635 - 1721)*
Hannah Goodenow Pendleton (1639 - 1688)*
Joseph Goodenow (1645 - 1676)*
Here Lyeth Pretions
of the emimant servant
of God Cap Enund Good
enow who Dyed ye 77
of His Ayge April ye 6. 1688
Created by: Charles Waid
Record added: Aug 31, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 29452588
Many thanks for immigrating to America!|
Added: Apr. 11, 2016
11th Great-Granddaughter - Thank you for coming to this wonderful land of ours!|
Added: Mar. 20, 2016
I wish I'd known you (9th) great grandfather.|
Added: Feb. 29, 2016
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