|Photos||Gooderham plots in Scole England|
Someone in the family copied some old maps showing various lots in the area. Using google and the hand marked maps we can see there were many Gooderham plots in the area of Scole.
|Comparing our homestead layout to Ordinance map|
Our cousin Matt Ross compared the building layout from homestead photos to an 1884 Norfolk Ordinance map to pinpoint the location of the home where William, Ezekiel and Elizabeth grew up.
|Heritage Listing photograph|
This photo is shown on the heritage listing described here:
which appears to be the home where William, Ezekiel and Elizabeth grew up and where their parents and grandparents also lived.
|Our homestead photographs|
Someone in the family (who?)visited Scole, Norfolk, England and took these photos of the farm and home where William, Ezekiel and Elizabeth grew up and where their parents and their grandparents lived.
|Aerial image from 1946 near Scole, Norfolk|
Aerial image from 1946 of the heritage listing property where it looks like William, Ezekiel and Elizabeth grew up
|1884 Norfolk Ordinance map|
Showing location of heritage listing in Norfolk near Scole which looks like it is where William, Ezekiel and Elizabeth grew up
|Homestead near Scole England|
View of homestead in Scole England. Inscribed: Side ___ of the homestead. Author indicates on one of the four images " where father was born ". Possibly written by Ezekiel or son George?
|Documents||Finding our Homestead on an old Ordinance Map|
This document describes how our cousin Matt Ross located the site of our family homestead in Scole Norfolk and discovered it is a heritage listed building that is still standing.
|Headstones||Grave stone for John Gooderham (1712-1787)|
John Gooderham , the grandfather of our three immigrant ancestors was born and died in Scole England. Someone visited his grave and took this photo, Could it be in St. Andrew's Church cemetery in Scole?
|Family Stories||1802 William Gooderham’s Early Years in England
William's youth until emigrating from England. Describes his army career with the Royal York Rangers including his work as a remittance man, apparently the source of his wealth.
|1740-1832 Our Gooderham Homestead is a Heritage Listed Building|
This story describes how we found our Gooderham homestead in Scole, England. Not only did our three ancestors grow up here, their father James Gooderham did too and so did his father, John, perhaps from the time he married Elizabeth Cobb around 1740.
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|Last Name, Given Name(s)||Birth||Person ID|
|1||Cahrles, Jane||31 Jan 1868||England||I1770|
|2||Clarkson, William||22 Mar 1820||England||I1771|
|3||Gallant, Sarah Anne||23 Mar 1832||England||I231|
|4||Huckle, Mary Ann||13 Dec 1844||England||I1318|
|5||Johnson, Robert William||c. 1836||England||I1898|
|6||Kelson, Margaret M.M.||c. Jan 1872||England||I1648|
|8||Millan, John||Abt 1835||England||I2390|
|9||Mills, William Arthur||c.1861||England||I1857|
|10||Mitchell, James Henry||27 Jan 1865||England||I573|
|11||Moore, Elizabeth Jefferson||15 Mar 1821||England||I222|
|12||Northrup, I Joseph||England||I3665|
|14||Tarrant, George William||c. 1882||England||I1918|
|15||Worts, Mary||Abt 1793||England||I86|
|16||Worts, Mildred||1 May 1822||England||I50|