Male William Honeywell Goody

William was born in 1837.  William'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 Daniel, John, Henry, George, Joseph, Elizabeth and Elizabeth.  He was the oldest of the eight children.

General Notes

Christened at St Dunstan & All Saints' Church, Stepney, London, England on 4th June 1837 by J Barnaby.  The baptism register does not how his date of birth.  He was residing in Mile End Old Town and his father was a bricklayer at the time of his christening.
Honeywell was his mother's maiden name.
1841 Census shows that he was 4 years of age, born in Middlesex and living in Ocean Street, Stepney.
1851 Census shows that he was 14 years of age and living in Stepney, Middlesex.
1861 Census shows that he was 24 years of age and living in Mile End Old Town Eastern, Middlesex.
1871 Census shows that he was 34 years of age, born in Stepney, Middlesex and living at 1 Westover Street, Mile End Old Town.
1881 Census shows that he was 44 years of age, born in Stepney, Middlesex and living at 74 St Dunstans Road, Mile End Old Town, London.

Occupation Details

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Death Notes

The death registers show he died at 58 years of age between the months of July and September 1894 in the Mile End Registration District, London.
   Died at the age of 57 in 1894.

William's first family with Elizabeth Ann Pinder

William and Elizabeth were married on June 8th, 1862.  They had two daughters named Elizabeth and Jane.
William was married to Elizabeth Ann Pinder in St Simon Zelotes Church, Bethnal Green, London, England on 8th June 1862 by Henry Stephens.  The witnesses were Charles Pinder and Mary Dear.  Anne and Charles used X for their signature as they were both iliiterate.
William and Elizabeth were both residing in Digby Street, Globe Town, Bethnal Green at the time of their marriage.


Female Elizabeth Ann Goody
Elizabeth was born in 1863.

Female Jane Goody
Jane was born in 1866.

William's second family with Sarah Rhoda Bailey

William and Sarah were married on September 10th, 1892.
William was married to Sarah Rhoda March in St John Church, Halley Street, Stepney, London, England on 10th September 1892 by Henry Salbold-Cooke.  The witnesses were William George Blake and Elizabeth Saunders.  Sarah was a widow when she married William.  They were both residing at 17 Wilson Street, Stepney at the time of their marriage.  Both Sarah and Elizabeth used X as their mark as they were both illiterate.
As a point of interest Henry Salbold-Cooke also performed the marriage of Elizabeth Ann Goody (William's daughter) in St Paul's Church, Bow Common in 1889.
William died only 2 years after they were married.