Rhoda Ann (Goodell) Andrews Pedigree

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Origin of the surname Goodell:







9 Robert Goodale


1. Biographical notes:


Born 1604. Died 1683. Immigrated from England to Salem, Massachusetts in 1634 aboard the sailing ship Elizabeth.


2. Wife: Katherine Kilham


Born . Died .


3. Children:


a. Zachariah Goodale/Goodell: See generation 2, below.


8 Zachariah Goodale/Goodell


1. Biographical notes:


Born 1640. Died after 1735.


2. Wife: Elizabeth Beauchamp


Born . Died . Married Zachariah Goodale in 1666.


3. Children:


a. Thomas Goodell: See generation 7, below.


7 Thomas Goodell


1. Biographical notes:


Born 1676 at Pomfret, Connecticut. Died (?).


2. Wife: Sarah Havell


Born 1698. Died .


3. Children:


a. Zachariah Goodell: See generation 6, below.


6 Zachariah Goodell


1. Biographical notes:


Born 1701. Died 1783.


2. Wife: Hannah Cheney


Born . Died . Descended from William Cheney (1604-1667). Was Director of the Latin School, Roxbury, Massachusetts.


3. Children:


a. Zachariah Goodell, Jr.: See generation 5, below.


5 Zachariah Goodell, Jr.


1. Biographical notes:


Born 1737. Died 1799.


2. Wife: Hannah Cheney


Born . Died . Cousin of her husband, Zachariah Goodell.


3. Children:


a. Frederick Goodell: See generation 4, below.


4 Frederick Goodell


1. Biographical notes:


Born 1761. Died 1806. Served during the American Revolutionary War; crossed the Delaware River with General George Washington. In 1798 settled on land in the Town of Windsor, New York that was given to him in lieu of pension.


2. Wife: Rhoda Guernsey


Born 1766, daughter of John Guernsey of Amenia, New York. Died 1803.


3. Children:


a. Ezekiel Goodell: See generation 3, below.


3 Ezekiel Goodell


1. Biographical notes:


Born 1796. Died 1883. Employed as a Methodist preacher.


2. Wife: Margaret Ann Brownson


Born 1802, daughter of David (b. 1774) and Nancy Mackey (Fobes) Brownson (b. 1779), who immigrated to America from Scotland and operated the ferry where the Court Street Bridge now stands in Binghamton (then Chenago Point), Broome County, New York. Died 1892. In 1809 David Brownson built a tavern where the First Congregational Church later stood.


3. Children:


a. Rhoda Ann Goodell: See generation 2, below.


2 Rhoda Ann Goodell:


Born . Died . Married Daniel Curtis Andrews, generation 2 of the Andrews Annex.



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