'Goode1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Goode in Virginia, Goode of Whitstone

Richard Goode
1. William Goode
  A. William Goode
  i. William Goode
  a. Walter Goode
  (1) William Goode
m. Milicent
  (A) Walter Goode
  m. Joane Whitston (dau/heir of William Whitston)
  (i) Richard Goode of Whitstone (Whetston), Cornwall (a 1620)
  m. Isabell Penkevile (dau of Philip Penkevile)
(a) Richard Goode (b c1560, a 1620)
  m. Joane Downe (dau of John Downe of Pilton)
  ((1)) John Goode (bur 19.05.1642)
  ((A)) John Goode 'of Whitstone' (bpt 02.06.1619)
m. (20.06.1648) Dorothy Penkevile (m2. Rev. John Badcock of Whitstone)
  ((i)) Dorothy Goode (bpt 15.01.1649)
  ((ii)) Johane Goode
  m. (24.01.1669) Henry Badcock of Whitstone (son of Rev. John Badcock of Whitstone)
  ((a)) John of Henry Badcock 'of Whitestone'
  m. (04.1701) Parthesia Keigwin (dau of Richard Keigwin of Penzance)
  (((1))) Margaret or Margery Badcock ('2nd dau/coheir')
  m. (1736) John Price of Worthy Park
  (b) Walter Goode (b c1584, a 1620, 3rd son)
  m. Alice More (dau of Richard de la More alias Mooring of Little Torrington)
  ((1)) Richard Goode (bpt 17.04.1623, bur 24.10.1623)
  (c)+ other issue - George (b c1570, a 1620), Digorie (b c1588, a 1620), Isabell, Florence (b c1575, a 1620), Margaret (b c1580, a 1620)
  Burke's 'Distinguished Families of America' ('Goode formerly of Whitstone', p2714) mentions a John Good, grandson of Richard of Whitstone, who founded a branch of this family having emigrated to Barbados (c1643) and then Virginia where "he became possessor of the estate of Whitby (ca. 1661), on James River, near to the present site of Richmond". Possibly son of George or Digorie was this John.
  ((1)) John Goode, later of Whitby in Virginia (b c1620, d 1709)
  m1. _ Mackarness
  m2. Anne Bennet
  ((A)) Thomas Goode of Whitby (b c1690) had issue
  ((B))+ 12 others
  (ii)+ other issue - Digorie, Elizabeth, Milicent

Main source(s): Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1887), Cornwall, 1530+1573+1620+additions, 'Goode of Whitstone', p189)
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