Male Daniel Thomas Goody

Daniel was born on May 25th, 1840.  Daniel's father was William Henry Goody and his mother was Jane Elizabeth Honeywell.  His paternal grandparents were Daniel Goody and Anne Siggins. He had five brothers and two sisters, named William, John, Henry, George, Joseph, Elizabeth and Elizabeth.  He was the third oldest of the eight children.

General Notes

Birth was registered between April and June 1840 in the Stepney Registration District, London, England.
His birth certificate shows that he was born on 25th May 1840 in Ocean Street, Stepney, London.
1841 Census shows that he was 1 year of age, born in Middlesex and living in Ocean Street, Stepney.  The census shows his name as THOMAS GOODY.
1851 Census shows that he was 10 years of age and living in Stepney, Middlesex.
1861 Census shows that he was 20 years of age, born in Stepney, Middlesex and living in Mile End Old Town Eastern, Middlesex. His name is shown as THOMAS GOODY in this census.
1881 Census shows that he was 41 years of age, born in Stepney, Middlesex and living at 56 Duckett Street, Stepney, Middlesex.

Occupation Details

1881 Census shows that he was a Ropemaker.
1881 Census shows that he was a Ropemaker.
At the time of his death his occupation was shown as Ropemaker and Journeyman.

Death Notes

Death was registered between April-June 1890 in Mile End Registration District.
Died due to Erysipelas Pneumonia whilst residing in 25 Duckett Street, Stepney between April and June 1890.  Hannah registered his death (still with an X as signature) on 1st May, R.J. Crompton was the registrar.  He was buried in Tower Hamlets cemetery on 10th May 1890 at 50 years of age, the ceremony was performed by J H Etchel. Erysipelas is caused by an infection of the blood, also known as St Anthony's Fire. Died at the age of 49 on April 30th, 1890.

Daniel's family with Hannah Ann Hall

Daniel and Hannah were married on May 19th, 1877.  They had five sons and six daughters, named William, Thomas, Joseph, Henry, John, Annie, Jane, Florence, Charlotte, Sarah and Harriet.
They were married in St Philip's Church, Newark Street, Stepney, London, England after the birth of their sixth child, Jane.
Daniel Thomas was 38 years of age and Hannah Ann was 31 years of age when they were married.  The marriage records show their names as being Thomas and Anne which was a mistake.
The witnesses were William Slatery & William Goody.
They were both living at 126 Duckett Street, Stepney at the time of their marriage.


Female Annie Jane Goody
Annie was born in 1864.

Male William Thomas Goody
William was born in 1866.

Male Thomas Daniel Goody
Thomas was born in 1868.

Male Joseph Goody
Joseph was born in 1870.

Male Henry Goody
Henry was born on July 23rd, 1872.

Female Jane Elizabeth Goody
Jane was born in 1876.

Female Florence Goody
Florence was born on April 24th, 1878.

Female Charlotte Goody
Charlotte was born in 1880.

Male John Goody
John was born in 1882.

Female Sarah Goody
Sarah was born on August 7th, 1884.

Female Harriet Goody
Harriet was born on August 1st, 1887.