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Ancestors of Rev. Richard Goodrich

Male 1685 - 1759  (74 years)


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                     ┌──John Goodrich  (1575 - 1632 St. Mary's, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England)      =>
               ┌──William Goodrich  (1622 - 1676 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut)
               │     └──Margery How  ( - 1632)
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         ┌──Capt. Ephraim Goodrich  (1663 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut - 1739)
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         │     │     ┌──Matthew Marvin  (of Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut - 1678 Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut)      =>
         │     └──Sarah Marvin  (1631 - 1702 Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut)
         │           └──Elizabeth  (1604 - 1642)
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Rev. Richard Goodrich (1685 - 1759 Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut)
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         │           ┌──Richard Trott  (1584 Pitminster, Somerset, England - 1669 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut)      =>
         │     ┌──Richard Treat  (1622 - 1693 Glastonbury, Hartford, Connecticut)
         │     │     └──Alice Gaylard  (1594 Pitminster, Somerset, England - 1671)      =>
         │     │        
         └──Sarah Treat  (1664 - 1712 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut)
               │        
               │     ┌──Thomas Coleman  ( - 1674 Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts)
               └──Sarah Coleman  (1642 - 1734 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut)
                     └──(Unknown first wife of Thomas Coleman)  
                        
This chart contains 14 direct ancestors among 15 people in 4 generations
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2 ancestral lines begin in this chart, and 4 lines were carried in from above. Show details