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21 January 2008

Godman of Park Hatch, Surrey

Filed under: People — Stephen J F Plowman @ 12:22
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Joeseph Godman of Park Hatch, Surrey

Arms: Per pale ermine and ermines on a chief indented Or a lion passant Vert.

Sources:

a) Burke’s Landed Gentry 1879

 

Family details (not necessarily complete);

1. Joseph GODMAN b.1791 d.1874

1.1. Joseph GODMAN b. 1831 d.1896

1.1.1. Joseph Godman b.1860
1.1.2. Maj Sherard Haughton Godman DSO b.1865
1.1.3. 2 Lt Walter Williams Wynn Godman b.1896 KIA 1915
1.1.4. Ethel Godman b.1859
1.1.5. Ada Godman b.1862
1.1.6. Edith Godman
1.1.7. Mabel Godman
1.1.8. Muriel Godman b.1875
1.1.9. Joyce Godman b.1890
1.1.10. Majorie Godman b.1893

1.2. Maj-Gen Richard Temple Godman b.1832 d.1912

1.2.1. Richard Temple Godman b.1874 d.1936
1.2.2. Capt Frederick Tyrell Godman b.1876 d.1917
1.2.3. Major Thomas Philip Godman (later Dorington) b.1877 KIA.1914
1.2.4. Mary Godman b.1875
1.2.5. Sarah Rosalie Godman b.1880

1.3. Frederick Du Cane Godman b. 1834 d.1919
1.4. Percy Sanden Godman b. 1836

1.4.1. Lt Col Edward Shireley Godman b.1877
1.4.2. James Frederick Godman b.1878
1.4.3. Col Charles R B Godman b.1880
1.4.4. Alice H Godman b.1876
1.4.5. Maud W Godman b.1882

1.5. Col Arthur Fitzpatrick Godman CB b.1842

1.5.1. Air Cdre Arthur Lowthian Godman CMG DSO b.1877 d.1956
1.5.2. Hubert Godman (later Dorington) b.1879 d.1935
1.5.3. Lawrence Godman b.1881

1.6. Edmund Temple Godman b.1844 d.1894
1.7. Lt Col Charles Bulkeley Godman b.1849

1.7.1. Hester Godman
1.7.2. Olive Mary Godman

1.8. Caroline May Godman d.1860
1.9. Ellen Godman
1.10. Mary Godman
1.11. Edith Godman d.1858
1.12. Charlotte Ella Godman
1.13. Bertha Godman

Sources:

a) Ancestry.co.uk

b) Burke’s Landed Gentry 1879

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15 January 2008

Thomson Armorial

Filed under: People — Stephen J F Plowman @ 12:59
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On 11th January the Thomson Armorial was added to the site. The artwork for the Arms listed in the two Volumes of the Scottish Ordinary were kindly supplied by John Gaylor.

Outstanding tasks include correcting various HTML code errors – the penalty of converting MS Word documents into a webpage – and looking into later recorded Scottish Arms and those recorded elsewhere.

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