Hello Anyone know of these: My 2nd great grandfather was David GOLDSTONE. He was born about 1825 in Witham (pronounced "Witt'm"), Essex, England, and later moved to Colchester, Essex, England. He had two children that I know of, Emily Mary Burton GOLDSTONE (1859 - 1929) who was my maternal great grandmother, and William David GOLDSTONE (1861 - ?).
Sorry guys sent the wrong letter to the Goldstone list!! Just replace Bourchier to Goldstone, they are connected you know! Eve
Hi All We have a growing list although very quiet! Would everyone please re-post their interests in the Bourchier family so the new subscribers can see if they are connected to any of us or if they can add something for someone or us to them. That it the purpose of this mailing list to help each other, isnt that why you are a subscriber? So come on and post your brick walls or Bourchier family trees there maybe a cousin or two, right here. Or someone who can fill in those blanks and push down those brick walls. Eve My Bourchier's: Katherine Bourchier b 1630 all the way to Robert Bourchier b 1225
Hi All Just a quick reminder there are two Goldstone Lists one for English born Goldstone's and one for others below. The purpose of all lists are the same to discuss and share info. Please re post your interests. GOLDSTONE-L Topic: Discussing and sharing of information regarding the Goldstone surname in any place or time. For questions about this list, contact the list administrator at [email protected] Subscribing. Clicking on one of the shortcut links below should work, but if your browser doesn't understand them, try these manual instructions: to join GOLDSTONE-L, send mail to [email protected] with the single word subscribe in the message subject and body. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ---------------------------- GOLDSTONE-ENGLAND-L Topic: Discussing and sharing of information regarding the Goldstone surname and variations (e.g., Goulston, Gouldstone) in England. For questions about this list, contact the list administrator at [email protected]_ (mailto:[email protected]) . ------------------------------------------------------------------ Eve List mom for Goldstone-England
Hi All There is a Richard Goldstone who married a Burgon? and had a daughter Caroline Sophia 1832 in Bath Somerset. Carolina is in Victoria, Australia marrying Frederick Nowell in 1853. I would imagine the family Immigrated there sometime prior. Just in case this may help someone who may be looking for them. Eve
Dave There are two Thomas Goldstone's on the IGI born/ Christened fairly close to London about the time: 1 THOMAS EDWARD GOULSTON [a spelling sometimes used] born 1778 Essex parents John and Susannah 2 _THOS. STEVENS GOLDSTONE_ (http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/IGI/individual_record.asp?recid=500035738324&lds=1®ion=2®ionfriendly=British+Isle s&frompage=99) 1771 Kent. parents John and Elizabeth Could be possibles? Cant find a marriage there though. Eve
--WebTV-Mail-26692-624 Content-Type: Text/Plain; Charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7Bit Hello Dave Not much additional information but LDS has parish registers which have Thomas Goldstone ch. 15 April 1804 at St Mathew, Bethnal Green London and sister Mary Elizabeth ch 15 Apr 1804, parents Thomas and Mary. I find Mary nee Goldstone RIDGE in the 1881 census living at 14 White Hart Square, Lambeth Surrey. States she was born Rotherhithe Surrey Eng. She is 77 a widow and annuinant. Head of household. Living with her is son Henry age 42 unmarried born Lambeth occ. orange box cooper....also son John age 37 also unmarried, born Lambeth, a steam crane engine driver. A Edward William age 51 is living there, a boarder. My Goldstone family are from Somerset, the Wrington and Burrington branch. Thomas Goldstone married Mary Lambourne in Burrington and had eleven children there. I thought they might be connected but apparentl not. Good luck with your search. Rae in USA :)____________________________:) /_____Rae Edwards_____/ --WebTV-Mail-26692-624 Content-Disposition: Inline Content-Type: Message/RFC822 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7Bit Received: from smtpin-3114.bay.webtv.net (22.214.171.124) by storefull-3275.bay.webtv.net with WTV-SMTP; Sat, 7 Aug 2004 14:18:24 -0700 Received: from lists2.rootsweb.com (lists2.rootsweb.com [126.96.36.199]) by smtpin-3114.bay.webtv.net (WebTV_Postfix+sws) with ESMTP id 29C9E11E38 for <[email protected]>; Sat, 7 Aug 2004 14:18:22 -0700 (PDT) Received: (from [email protected]) by lists2.rootsweb.com (8.12.10/8.12.8) id i77LHI5p019917; Sat, 7 Aug 2004 15:17:18 -0600 Resent-Date: Sat, 7 Aug 2004 15:17:18 -0600 X-Original-Sender: [email protected] Sat Aug 7 15:17:17 2004 Message-ID: <[email protected]> From: "dave thomas" <[email protected]> Old-To: <[email protected]> Date: Sat, 7 Aug 2004 17:17:11 -0400 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="Windows-1252" X-Priority: 3 X-MSMail-Priority: Normal X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1437 X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V6.00.2800.1441 X-Virus-Scanned: clamd / ClamAV version 0.71, clamav-milter version 0.71 X-Virus-Status: Clean X-Scanned-By: MIMEDefang 2.38 Resent-Message-ID: <[email protected]> To: [email protected] Resent-From: [email protected] X-Mailing-List: <[email protected]> archive/latest/40 X-Loop: [email protected] Precedence: list Resent-Sender: [email protected] Subject: [GOLDSTONE-ENG] Goldstone query X-Brightmail: Message tested, results are inconclusive Hello Goldstone list members, My name is Dave Thomas living in Ontario Canada. Does anyone connect in any way with the following? Thomas GOLDSTONE married Mary No other info but probably took place in London England They had two children Thomas G GOLDSTONE b 25 Nov 1797 where?. bapt 15 April 1804 and Mary Elizabeth GOLDSTONE b 26 June 1803 Bethnal Green bapt 15 April 1804. died 26 May 1888 White Hart St Kennington Mary Elizabeth married William RIDGE b 8 Nov 1802. bapt 5 Dec 1802 St Marylebone. died 15 Aug 1874 White Hart St. Kennington Mary Elizabeth and William married 3 Oct 1824 in St Marylebone. Any information relating to the above most gratefully received Dave ==== GOLDSTONE-ENGLAND Mailing List ==== Genealogy - Collecting dead relatives and sometimes a live cousin! ============================== Gain access to over two billion names including the new Immigration Collection with an Ancestry.com free trial. Click to learn more. http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=4930&sourceid=1237 --WebTV-Mail-26692-624--
Hello Goldstone list members, My name is Dave Thomas living in Ontario Canada. Does anyone connect in any way with the following? Thomas GOLDSTONE married Mary No other info but probably took place in London England They had two children Thomas G GOLDSTONE b 25 Nov 1797 where?. bapt 15 April 1804 and Mary Elizabeth GOLDSTONE b 26 June 1803 Bethnal Green bapt 15 April 1804. died 26 May 1888 White Hart St Kennington Mary Elizabeth married William RIDGE b 8 Nov 1802. bapt 5 Dec 1802 St Marylebone. died 15 Aug 1874 White Hart St. Kennington Mary Elizabeth and William married 3 Oct 1824 in St Marylebone. Any information relating to the above most gratefully received Dave
Hello and Welcome to the GOLDSTONE's of England mail list to all new members! We are a fairly quiet group of descendants of Goldstone's from Somerset England We are sure some of our Goldstone' s spread further then these counties also! A few tips: A Mailing List is only good for helping everyone if everyone participates [as you probably know]. People are joining at different times so we advise posting your requests for info at least a couple of times through the year. Some of us have been on the list since the start and posted our requests then, but newcomers who have joined since have no idea what we posted, who we are looking for. Put all that you know about your person e.g. dates, ages, places and names. [putting 'John Goldstone England' will not bring many [or any responses most likely] Answering requests for any info you/we have is what its all about, sharing! The Goldstone name was spelt in many different ways by recorders who often guessed at the spelling by sound. Our great grandfathers would have said that Goldstone is the only spelling but generations before may not have been taught to read and write and relied on others to write their name. We have found Goulston and many others in the past records. And of course mistakes are made by transcribers who can't decipher the writings of others. Thanks for joining us we are sure we all have some interesting family to find from the past! Eve
Hi everyone, I am researching my AXON family. My great aunt ELIZABETH AXON married: FREDERICK GEORGE GOLDSTONE b.1888 on the 8th April 1914. At the time of his marriage he was a widower (he was 26 yrs. when he married). He was a telephone Instrument maker and he lived in Aldershot. His father was WALTER GOLDSTONE (deceased at the time of Frederick's marriage in 1914), he was a house decorator. Hope someone could help me with this brick wall. Beryl
Hi Beryl, Do you have any other info regarding Walter Goldstone? I found a possible in the 1881 census below, Frederick may have been named for his Grandfather If you have access to the 1891 census Frederick would be with his family about three years old. Household: Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability Frederick GOLDSTONE Head M Male 66 Finchingfield, Essex, England Harness Maker (Master) Sarah GOLDSTONE Wife M Female 60 Chelmsford, Essex, England Walter GOLDSTONE Son U Male 23 Chelmsford, Essex, England Painter (Journeyman) Edgar GOLDSTONE Son U Male 20 Chelmsford, Essex, England Laborer Brickyard
Hi Beryl Welcome! I cannot find anything on Frederick or Walter Im sorry to say. Hopefully some others on the list can help. My Goldstone's seem to be mostly around Somerset. I do know the name was spelt in different ways over the years Goulston, Gouldstone etc. so dont think they cant be counted if the spelling is not the way your relation spelt it! Eve Here is something I found in my notes: ANN GOLDSTONE was born Abt. 1591 in England, and died April 26, 1670. She married JOHN GEORGE Aft. 1747, son of NICHOLAS GEORGE and ELIZABETH. He was born Abt. 1590 in England, and died Bet. 1646 - 1647 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
Hi everyone, I am new to the list. I am researching my family name of AXON. One of my great aunts married FREDERICK GEORGE GOLDSTONE in 1914 at St. Pauls Church, Charlton, Woolwich. Frederick was aged 26 yrs. and a widower and lived in Aldershot. He was a telegraph instrument maker. His father was WALTER GOLDSTONE, (House decorator) was deceased by the time of Frederick's marriage to Elizabeth Axon. The next information I have on Frederick and Elizabeth is that they lived in Southbourne, Southampton in the 1940/50s. Elizabeth was a widow in 1951. I have been trying so hard to locate some information about them, and like most of us I hit a brick wall. I would so love to fill in some gaps. Thanks for your time. Beryl
hi Eve I have the familt of Thomas Goldstone and Mary Lambourne but no details on Ann other than her bapt June 19,1803 at Burrington. Do you have anything on her? I have Robert Goldstone married to Katherine Bourchier circa 1636 with son Robert born Nov 10, 1836 in South Molton, Katherine Goldstone b. April 21,1639 South Molton Ursula Goldstone b.April 4,1641 South Molton and two other children Thomas and William with no dates. I have no other info on the Goldstones earlier than this but do go the other way from Thomas and Mary. Carol -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: 6-Mar-04 13:44 To: [email protected] Subject: [GOLDSTONE-ENG] Goldstone's b 1616 to 1803 Hi All This list is so quiet you must have found all your ancestors! I am up to Robert Goldstone b 1616 in Bristol. does anyone know his parents please? I do go all the way in the other direction to Ann Goldstone b 1803 Burrington Somerset she is the daughter of Thomas Goldstone and Mary Lamborne who married 1781 in Burrington. So I am able to help with any of the dates in between, just send a post to the list and let me have your questions. Eve --- Incoming mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004
Hi All This list is so quiet you must have found all your ancestors! I am up to Robert Goldstone b 1616 in Bristol. does anyone know his parents please? I do go all the way in the other direction to Ann Goldstone b 1803 Burrington Somerset she is the daughter of Thomas Goldstone and Mary Lamborne who married 1781 in Burrington. So I am able to help with any of the dates in between, just send a post to the list and let me have your questions. Eve
Tossing Out That Genealogy 'Stuff' By Gene Ewert [email protected] To Jim Duncan regarding his "It's Not Brain Surgery" (in last week's RootsWeb Review) -- boy, do I agree with him. This article reminded me of one of my first encounters with a distant relative (several years before computer and Internet genealogy were as prolific as now). I found her name and address somewhere and wrote for help, sending what little I had and enclosing the mandatory SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope). I was green, but not green enough to ask for "all she had" -- just for a few things that might point me in the right direction. I got back one copy of a Family Group Sheet and a terse reply that there is a lot more information out there, she had spent 30 years uncovering it and if I just looked hard enough I could find it too. It stung enough that I dropped looking into that line for quite awhile. When I did pick it up again and still was getting stuck in "her" line, I thought I would bite the bullet and give her one more try. This time I got back a short, handwritten note on my letter from her husband informing me that she had passed away and he had thrown out all her genealogy stuff. It saddened me that all her hard work ended up being for nothing. Because of that experience, I have it in my will where my genealogical stuff is to go if my children, siblings, nieces, nephews or cousins are not interested in keeping it going. I encourage everyone to put address labels in the front of each of your file folders of the people you correspond with most about that surname or location. Tell your family that if anything happens to you and no one wants the genealogy stuff -- before throwing it away contact those people and then the repository listed in my will.
Hi All I found a couple of Goldstone's from Bath, Somerset that maybe of interest to someone. Mary Louisa Goldstone b/c 7 Sept 1819 Harriet Witham Goldstone b/c 1 Jan 1822 These are sisters and children of Robert and Mary Goldstone [nee Bowden]
What you do want to include in your initial query, in addition to WHO, WHEN, and WHERE, is a brief explanation of what you already know and what you are hoping to learn. For example, you might state: "George HICKENLOOPER was born in 1790 in Rockingham County, Virginia, and married Mary LINGENFELTER in Virginia in 1819, based on church and census records that I found for this couple in Fairfield County, Ohio where they settled by 1820 when their first child was baptized there in the Lutheran Church. I'm trying to learn the identity of George's parents, who are my brick wall." A query such as this might draw the interest of mailing list members
Hi Carol I have John GOLDSTONE b. 21 May 1791 Burrington, Somerset m. Tabitha BARNES dont have anything on Tabitha's birth or their marraige. John died 13 Oct 1829 in Wrington, Somerset. John was about the fifth child of Thomas G and Mary LAMBORNE who were married Feb 1781 in Burrington. Tabitha was daughter of Abraham BARNES and Mary. I will tell you again I havent been good at noting sources, this was shared with me by someone I think is on this list. Yes, thank you Carol I am in touch with Rae we 'met' and started out on this hunt together some time ago. In fact I believe it was she who introduced me to you!? Best Wishes Eve
Hi Carol & all Yes, I have his burial as that date, is that correct? So we are related, through Thomas Goldstone and Mary Lamborne? Do you have the marriage of John & Tabitha? I have info on up to Robert G [b. about 1616] & Kathrine B to share, if you would like it, let me know? I am interested in Ann Goldstone if anyone has any info on her? My 2nd Great Grandfather Emanuel Blannin married an Ann Goldstone in 1836 and I thought I had found her [b. 1803 daughter of Thomas and Mary] but then I found she had died as a baby!! I cannot find another Ann G at the date close to Emanuel's 1813. Best Wishes, Eve > Did you know this Great Grand Uncle died on Oct 13,1829? He was mine too! > regards, Carol