30-10-2004, 6:32 PM
I'm trying to find any information on a George Goddard born about 1814 in High Wycombe. Any help would be appreciated.
01-11-2004, 10:08 AM
Here we are, found the family on the 1851 Census...quite a few of them.
High Wycombe Pt.10
Piece 1719, Folio 309, Schedule 0006
GODDARD, Robert, head, m, 40, Ag Lab. b. Little Marlow, BKM
GODDARD, Sarah, wife, m, 39, b. Little Marlow, BKM
GODDARD, John, son, u, 14, Ag Lab. b. Little Marlow, BKM
GODDARD, Martha, daur, u, 13, Lacemaker, b. Little Marlow, BKM
GODDARD, Emma, daur, u, 11, Lacemaker, b. Little Marlow, BKM
GODDARD, William, 9, scholar, b. Little Marlow, BKM
GODDARD, Ellen, daur, 7, scholar, b. Little Marlow, BKM
GODDARD, Daniel, son, 6, B. Little Marlow, BKM
GODDARD, Mary A. daur, 4, b. Wycombe, BKM
GODDARD, George, son, 2, b. Wycombe, BKM **
Hope this gives you a start.
01-11-2004, 12:35 PM
Am I missing something here? Geoff's looking for a George Goddard born 1814.
01-11-2004, 12:44 PM
I can't answer the question but...
1. The SoG Library has the High Wycombe PR for the period in question (a transcript I think).
2. The Mormons have filmed it.
3. Bucks FHS operate a lookup service.
4. Bucks CRO, obviously,
5. The FFHS site has half a dozen George Goddards in the 1851 census.
Hope something there is a useful pointer.
01-11-2004, 6:44 PM
Oops! I really must get my eyes tested!!
Sorry, I don't know where I got 1839 from. Still who knows, someone else might be looking for this one so nothing lost.
01-11-2004, 10:27 PM
Thanks folks particularly for the pointers. I know George was in Wednesbury STS in 1861 an 1871 but have no clue for 1951 - although I almost covinced myself it was him you had found Glenys!
I think I'll try the look up service.
By the way what is the FFHS?
01-11-2004, 11:48 PM
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