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Looking for more on this family... NEW BRUNSWICK
« on: Monday 30 January 12 18:01 GMT (UK) »
Hi all,

I am trying to trace this family backwards and would greatly appreciate any help that can be given to me by those with the tools to do so!
Also on the 1861 census image I am trying to decipher the 103 year old chaps first name!
Many thanks in Advance!

1851New Brunswick
Isiah Godine 27
Susan 26
Madaline 5
Julia 3
Peter 1
Madaline 76
Mary 59
Susan 92

1861
Isiah Goodine 37
Susan 37
Madaline 16
Julia 14
Peter 11
Caroline 10
Francis 6
John 2
??? 103



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HANTS; Heath

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Re: Looking for more on this family... NEW BRUNSWICK
« Reply #1 on: Monday 30 January 12 19:19 GMT (UK) »
New Brunswick, yes?
I have looked at Automatedgenealogy.
Everyone has aged a bit.
I looked at 1901 census
I looked at the 1852 census
I have looked at the 1871 census, and no Godines were there.

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Re: Looking for more on this family... NEW BRUNSWICK
« Reply #2 on: Monday 30 January 12 19:24 GMT (UK) »
Could be Goodine
Doling- Middlesex/London +Hants, Morgan- London/Middlesex +Glouc, Vincent- London/Middlesex, Wambach (+Hamburg & Suffolk), Wadley & Wilkins.

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Re: Looking for more on this family... NEW BRUNSWICK
« Reply #3 on: Monday 30 January 12 19:59 GMT (UK) »
I favour Gaudin, but we can many at of the family(ies).
I would suggest they look at Worldconnect.
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Most have travelled through New Brunswick. as well as Quebec.

I guess I would say, 1."What can we do to find your families"?
2. "What would you like to achieve?"

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Re: Looking for more on this family... NEW BRUNSWICK
« Reply #4 on: Monday 30 January 12 22:17 GMT (UK) »
In the 1851 census, you have Susan age 92, have you ruled out her as the chap that is 103. I think from your post that you are looking for the first name of the 103 year old not the surname.

Can you give the area of New Brunswick that you found the family and I will try to find some further info.


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Re: Looking for more on this family... NEW BRUNSWICK
« Reply #5 on: Monday 30 January 12 23:06 GMT (UK) »
The 1852 does say Susan, but M for male... here is the image... I figured it might be the same fellow as in 1861 due to the age...I see transcrips of Susan in 1852, Sosau in 1861 (on FHS but no images available) I am wondering if the last letter is a U and the first perhaps a T ...Could be phonetic Tusan for Touiussant? Pure spec at this point as there are several but none of this age in births for Quebec thus far...

1851 image Goodine Kingsclear, York, New Brunswick, Canada...Note that there is a family in previous home with an elderly lady "Emma" as well so could also be more familthere
http://www.automatedgenealogy.com/censusnb51/SplitView.jsp?id=6718
previous household
http://www.automatedgenealogy.com/censusnb51/SplitView.jsp?id=6717

At this stage, Mary might be a likely mother, the elderly couple in household a grandparents ??  I'll look for the 1871 and see who else shows up near him...then see if there are deaths for the more elderly Godine Gooding Googing, Godin ) Last one would be the truer version from the French
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« Reply #6 on: Monday 30 January 12 23:20 GMT (UK) »
ahha... why didn't I notice the 'M' before!... I guess when I saw Susan I just presumed it was a woman, must be a mistranscription then.. Tusan could well be a possibility... first letter looks like an L to me.
They seem like a large family.. any marriage records available or baptisms perhaps for more clues?


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Re: Looking for more on this family... NEW BRUNSWICK
« Reply #7 on: Tuesday 31 January 12 00:01 GMT (UK) »
Here they are as "Godnie" add a John 1862, Matilda 1865 and Retta ( or Rettie) 1866
http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/census-1871/001101-119.02-e.php?person_id_nbr=863938&interval=86&i=jpg

Here are lots of spellings on 2 pages from 1871 as a quick reference http://www.rootschat.com/links/0k1n/

Other Godine on previous pages a young John & Julieanne, Edward & Mary, John & Bridget prior pages 6&7  Unfortunately pages 8 & 9 are not in order...
http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/census-1871/001101-119.02-e.php?person_id_nbr=863932&interval=86&i=jpg
 
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« Reply #8 on: Tuesday 31 January 12 00:21 GMT (UK) »
You may be right about an "L" as here is another Godine on 1871 named "Losaw?"
http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/census-1871/001101-119.02-e.php?person_id_nbr=1971693&interval=86&i=jpg
Certainly not a typical french name...  ;D  Hmmm, although just may be LAZARE?

Age is off but if this is Francis , Susan's surname may be King...If you know this to be true let us know in case a marriage is ever found  https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XG87-74N
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