Fanny Edith signed the census record on her mother's behalf. Surprisingly there were two additional children who were born after the 1861 census and passed away before the 1871 census. The actual date of death from the England & Wales, National Probate Calendar 1861-1941 on uk The probate record shows his residence as 2 Boscombe Road, Shepherd's Bush and probate was granted to (his son in law) Berry Francis Berry, wine merchant's clerk. uk Marriage record for Alfred William Goodall in the September quarter of 1847, Marylebone district, Volume 1 Page 260. A marriage record for a Mary Anne Palmer is given for the same quarter but on page 240. Alfred William and Mary Ann married in August of 1847 47. Death record for Alfred Richard Goodall for the December quarter 1865, Pancras District (volume 1b, page 130) in the sub - district of Kentish Town, County of Middlesex. The death registration was in the March quarter 1938, Hendon (volume 3a page 600).
The GRO certificate gives the actual date of death and the cause (phithsis of 4 months duration) 48. A record of a sea voyage for Fanny Edith Goodall, age 60, departing London on the P & O ship "Geelong" on 27 March 1913. Probate was granted on 27 October 1938 to Amy Palmer Berry of 154a Alexandra Road, St John's Wood NW8.
John is not living with his wife Grace but with another recorded as his wife, Annie, 38 years of age, born Westminster, London, a "Fancy Draper's Traveller".
In 1911 John is recorded as J Edward Goodall and Annie as A E Guest (widow) and both are recorded as artists.
In 1861 Alfred (an Accountant) and Mary's family includes Alfred R 14, Mary A E 12, Emily C 11, Fanny E 8, John E 9, Frederick 6 Amy Palmer 4, Helen P 18 months plus a servant.
They are living at 7 Queens Road Villas, St Pancras. Their occupations are recorded as : Alfred - Managing Clerk to Wholesale Stationers, Mary A (E) - Teacher of Singing, Fanny E - Art Student, John E - Architect's Assistant. In 1881 Alfred, Mary Ann & Fanny are living at 7 Findon Road, London.
The 1911 transcription had 'Goodale' (now corrected) although the original record showed Goodall. In the transcription of the parish records, Mary Ann Palmer was born on 31 August 1822 and the christening held at Old Church, St Pancras, London on 21 October 1822. Their daughter Emily has Campbell and daughter Lilian has Davis as their second Christian names, likely to reflect the maiden name of Mary Ann's mother and/or grandmother. The 1911 census confirms she had 11 children, 7 of whom were still alive in 1911. uk There was no birth record for Alfred Richard Goodall however there was a record for Alfred Richard Palmer in the June quarter 1847, St Pancras district (volume 1 page 323). Actual date of birth from family historian Neil Slarke.
Mary Ann 79, Fanny Edith 59 and a boarder Annie Mitchell are living at 6a Station Parade, Kew, Surry. Searching for birth/baptismal records for another child I omitted the Christian names and entered the parents names Alfred William and Mary Ann Goodall. Birth and christening records for Alfred William Goodall, son of Edward and Ann, on 20 March 1821 and 11 April 1821 at Old Church, St Pancras London, respectively. uk Death record for Alfred William Goodall 85 years for March quarter 1906, Fulham District (volume 1a page 136). The GRO birth certificate confirmed Alfred Richard Palmer was the son of Mary Ann Palmer, no father's name was given. The baptismal record on ancestry shows the date of christening as and their usual place of abode was Harrington Place 50. The date of death for Fanny Edith is from Neil Slarke's research.
We know he was born "near Leeds", possibly on the outskirts of Leeds, maybe only a couple of miles from the heart of Leeds.
In 1881 he is single, age 27, occupation 'Artist Painting' and living at 26 Howland St St Pancras.
In 1891 Grace W Goodall, married, is living at the Sommerville Club at 231 Oxford Street where she is recorded as Manager.
No similar record has been found for James Goodall, with father Samuel or Samwell. Edward's age is given as 55 (his true age should be 66) and he is recorded as an engraver. There are several possible marriages for Samuel Goodall for follow up. Death record for Edward Goodall in the June Quarter 1870, Pancras District (volume 1b page 66). He and his family were Huguenots who fled France as refugees at the time of the French Revolution. Marian Le Petit Goodall which had considerable family information for follow up and resulted in my finding a descendant in the USA. The name Le Petit and Petit seems to have a strong connection with engraving and printing. There is also a marriage record on familysearch for Edward & Eliza Ann but the birth and marriage records are not linked, being transcriptions of individual records. (Sept qtr, Hampstead District, volume 3 page 229) Edward was with her at the time of her death and the informant for the death certificate. Record of birth for Edwin Goodall, son of Edward & Eliza Ann, for 20 December 1825 and christening on 12 January 1826 at Old Church, St Pancras, London, England. One is clearly written as Darcy Goodall and the other appears to be originally Edwin but Darcy written over it. The familysearch transcription record must be based on the overwritten record. uk The Parish burial record for Darcy Goodall (transcribed as Darey) on the 4th January with his death recorded at 1 year and 9 days young. His father's occupation was recorded as Advocate 30. Marriage record for Henry Stanyon and Jessie C Goodall in 1898 in the Bombay Index of Ecclesiastical Returns (volume 80 folio 382 LDS Film No. The obituary gives Henry's date and place of birth in India. the death at Mussourie at the age of 76, Sir Henry John Stanyon, C. The 2 obituaries were published in the London Times on 19th and 23rd April 1934. Actual date of death from family historian Richard Goodall 34. Birth record for Stanley Goodall for the September quarter 1872, Pancras District (volume 1b page 29) Actual date of birth from Richard Goodall 35. Death record for Stanley Goodall age 17 years in the December quarter 1889, Pancras District (volume 1b page 4) 36. Alice did not marry and "she lived to a great age in a house that was stone cold summer and winter......she died, Stewart (Goodall her nephew) had the job of restoring her father's (Edward Angelo's) paintings which had suffered from the damp. In the London Times on Saturday 1 April 1967 Alice is in the 'Latest Wills' with an estate of 102,987 pounds and duty to be paid of 50,982 pounds 39. In 1841 there is no obvious record for either Alfred Goodall or Mary Ann Palmer allowing for significant variations in their names and a 10 year birth range.
Separate records have 5 potential children to Samuel, all records transcribed from the christening records of St Peter's, Leeds. Their address was Grove Cottage, Albert Street, Camden Town. In 1851 Alfred William & Mary Ann Goodall are living in Regent's Park with 3 children Alfred R 4, Mary A 2 and Emily C 10 months.
They are living at 7 The Studios, 116 Brecknock Road, Islington, London. Thank you to the NPG for the following information.