Henry Goding

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Henry Goding was the son of., whose ancestry and wife are unknown (or not traced here), may have had at least one son, though there is no record tying the two, other than "the name's the same."1

It seems the only record of this Henry Goding is found in the narrative of William Hubbard and the records of the Governor and Company of Massachusetts Bay, where on 23 February 1628 there was recorded:
This day, delivered a warrant to Mr. George Harwood, Treasurer, to pay Mr. Barnard Michell one hundred pounds, in part of the freight of the Abigail, Henry Gauden, Master, from Wemouth to Nahumkeke, the goods shipped per bill of lading dated 20th June last, being per bill of lading 46 1/2 tons of goods, besides the charge of Captain John Endecott, his wife, and [blank] persons of his company, their passage and diet.2


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  1. [S93] Frederic Webster Goding, Genealogy of the Goding Family (Richmond, Indiana: p.p., 1906), 13-21, further cited as Goding, Goding Genealogy.
  2. [S1316] Alexander Young, Chronicles of the First Planters of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay From 1623 to 1636: Now First Collected From Original Records and Contemporaneous Manuscripts, and Illustrated With Notes (Boston, Massachusetts: Little and Brown, 1846), 43, further cited as Young, Chronicles of the First Planters.
  3. [S9] Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, Including Waltham and Weston to Which is Appended the Early History of the Town, With Illustrations, Maps And Notes (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1860), 256-257, further cited as Bond, Bond's Watertown.