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Joseph GOODENOUGH's brother: John GOODENOUGH (1836-1903)

Family of Joseph GOODENOUGH and Johanna MAHER OR MULLENS

Husband: Joseph GOODENOUGH (aft1833-1893)
Wife: Johanna MAHER OR MULLENS ( - )
Marriage 1887 Araluen, NSW 1,2

Additional Information

Marriage Johanna's surname is given as Maher on Joseph's death certificate but Mullens on the bmd index.

Husband: Joseph GOODENOUGH

Name: Joseph GOODENOUGH
Sex: Male
Father: Edward GOODENOUGH (1805-1884)
Mother: Harriet HOBBIS (aft1816-1901)
Birth btw 7 Jun 1833 and 6 Jun 1834 [Whitechapel, Middlesex] 3,4
Census 6 Jun 1841 (age 7) Newbury, Berkshire, England 3
Emigration 14 Mar 1856 (age 23 (!)) from Southampton, Hampshire, England 4,5
Death 30 Mar 1893 (age 57 (!)) Araluen, NSW, Australia 4
Occupation miner 4
Burial 31 Mar 1893 (age 58-59) Araluen, NSW 4

Additional Information

Census Newbury Union Workhouse
John and Joseph were inmates in the workhouse. Their father had been deported in 1837. I have not yet found their mother on the 1841 census
Emigration John and Joseph travelled on the ship Sultana. Theirs was an unassisted passage. The ship arrived in Sydney, NSW, Australia on 27 June 1856.
Death Cause: cancer, 6 months

Wife: Johanna MAHER OR MULLENS

Name: Johanna MAHER OR MULLENS 4
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -

Sources

1Registrar Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Sydney, NSW, Australia, "Joseph Goodenough Death Certificate regitration number 1893/003659". Registration number 4204/1887. Cit. Date: 9 April 1893. Assessment: Primary evidence.
2"New South Wales Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages - online index" (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/).
3"1841 census". HO107/33/8 folio 4 page 4. Cit. Date: 6 June 1841. Assessment: Primary evidence.
The Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London.
4Registrar Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Sydney, NSW, Australia, "Joseph Goodenough Death Certificate regitration number 1893/003659". Cit. Date: 9 April 1893. Assessment: Primary evidence.
5"Victoria Public Records Office, Unassisted Immigration to Victoria - index of Inward Passenger Listes for British and Foreign Ports 1852-1911".