Posted by Claire Freeman (nee Goodger) on 16 July , 2001 at 18:39:09:
In Reply to: Eliza Frewin (married 1870) posted by Grant Edwards on July 09, 1999 at 22:08:04:
Hi Grant, I,m Claire daughter of Derek Goodger (Southampton). I've just recently found your website on the Family Tree and thought you would be interested in some information the my Grandfather the late Sydney Hunt Goodger gave to me about 10 years ago.
Hannah Hunt's mother (c. 1780-no record of name).
Hannah Hunt born 4th December 1811. Her mother dies at her birth and Hannah was brought up by her aunt (Mrs. or Miss Bird, born c. 1775).
Hannah Hunt was Matthew James Sutherland's (now Freeman, changed by deedpoll) great, great, great, great Grandmother, and his great, great, great, great, great, aunt was Auntie Bird. Christopher Hunt who was born 28th February 1811 was Matthew's great, great, great, great grandfather. Christopher and Hannah Hunt were both born at Lexdon, Essex. They had 13 children from 1833 - 1859.
Their eighth child, Alfred Hunt was born on 18th November 1847. He married Amelia Frances Shephard (born 1850). They were Matthew's great, great, great, grandparents, and had two sons and a daughter.
The daughter, Georgiana Belinda Hunt (born 19th November 1875) married Sydney Thomas Goodger (born 18th February 1872), and were the great, great grandparents of Matthew. Their son, Sydney Hunt Goodger (born 25 April 1906) married Winifred Grace Fortey (born 7th August 1906). They are the great grandparents. They had 3 children and their son, Derek Sydney Goodger (born 20th March 1935 married Kathleen Moody. They are the grandparents. Claire, the eldest of their children married Christopher Sutherland and they are the parents of Matthew James Sutherland.
One of Matthew's ancestors was his great, great, great, great, great, great, grandfather Jonathan Bugg, formerly of Witton in Suffolk. He died in May 1819. He carried on business for several years as an Attorney and Solicitor at 19, Addle Street, Aldermanbury, London and resided at Edmonton, Middlesex. He rode from Edmonton to his office in London on horseback.
No information about his family but next of kin were advertised for in the London Gazette of March 6th 1821.
Matthew's great, great, great, great, great, great, uncle was Dr. Edward Nice of Russell Square, London. He was born probably around 1740 or earlier. The only information about him is that he visited the Bury Horse Fair in December 1773 and a Mr. Hasard did some thatching for him on July 26th 1774. His two sons were Veterinary Surgeions. Another early ancestor was a ship's captain. No details.
I hope this information is of some help to you,
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