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RICHARD GOODALE (d. 1666) of Salisbury
Richard Goodale died between 8 Sep 1666, when he wrote a codicil to his will, and 4 Oct 1666 when inventory was taken. [Ref] Richard's name is on a list of the original inhabitants of Salisbury from a town meeting on 3 (12) 1650. [Ref] Richard married Dorothy Unknown. Dorothy died on 27 (11) 1664 in Salisbury. [Ref]
He is on a 3 (12) 1650 list of commoners in Salisbury. [Ref] He was on the grand jury at the 13 (2) 1652 and 11 (2) 1654 courts at Salisbury. [Ref]
He took the oath of allegiance on 17 Dec 1667 in Salisbury. [Ref This does not work with his death date or his son's birth date]
He was a mariner of Boston. [Ref]
In his will, Richard mentions brothers Edward French, Philip Chalice and Richard Wells. [Ref] Dea. Richard Wells died on 12 Jul 1672. [Ref]
Richard and Dorothy had the following children:
ANN GOODALE (d. 1678)
Parents: Richard Goodale and Dorothy Unknown
Ann Goodale died on the "last of May 1678". [Ref][Ref]. She married William Allen. [Ref]
Brown, Asa W., "Early Settlers of Salisbury, Mass.," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 7, 1853, 311-314; 8, 1854, 79-82, 157-162.
Dow, George Francis, Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Essex Institute, 1911.
Quint, Alonzo H., "Oaths of Freemen, Allegiance, &c. in Old Norfolk County, New England Historical and Genealogical Register 6, 1852, 201-204.
Savage, James, A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before 1692, online at http://www.usgennet.org/usa/topic/newengland/savage.
Mr. Thornton, "Original Settlers of Salisbury, MA," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 3;55.