Info 2a, Joseph Goodyer (2nd) and Lucy Williams

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Joseph Goodyer was born about 1832-33 Warwickshire :- source 1841 census, Bulkington.
Baptisms solomnized in the parish of Bulkington, Warwickshire 1837
Joseph Bapt

Joseph (2nd) married 31st jan 1853 St Martin, Birmingham to Lucy Williams

Marriage solomnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of St. Martin, Birmingham
in the County of Warwick
Date Name Age Cond. Occ. Residence Farther Farther's Occ.
21 Bachelor
Gt. Charles St.
19 Spinster
Gt. Charles St.
Married in the Parish Church after Banns

Shortly afterthey emigrated to Australia
it appears Joseph's elder brother may have emigrated earlier
William goodyer born~1819 departed apr 1853 from victoria for london on the ship Barakpore.

Joseph Goodyer (Ocupation Blacksmith)
was born the 7th child of Joseph and Sarah (nee Rickett) in Bulkington, Warwickshire Feb 2nd 1832.(where does this date come from? not in igi)
Baptism; date 19th March 1837, Bulkington, (age 5)
Joseph and Lucy (nee Williams) were married 31st January 1853 at the Parish Church of St Martins in Birmingham. Shortly after they emigrated to Australia and settled in Castlemain in the state of Victoria.
They had 5 children there and a further 3 in New Zealand after their migration in 1862.

Joseph worked on the goldfields at Gabriels Gully and Wetherstones for 6yrs. The family moved to the Murchison area on the West Coast when gold was discovered.. William Henry, their eldest child, was 14 at the time.

Joseph immigrated to New Zealand on the "Laughing Water" departing Melbourne on 25 January 1862 to Port Chalmers in Otago.
Lucy and the children followed on the "City of Hobart" leaving Melbourne on 15 March 1862, also to Port Chalmers.

Records also show in 1874 travelling from Melbourne destination Hokitika
Lucy Goodyer married, with her 4 youngest children;
Elizabeth Goodyer single, Kate Goodyer single, Charles Goodyer single.

John Goodyer, Blacksmith, died 10th April 1879 Murchison, Tasman.

Lucy Goodyer nee Williams remarried at Hokitika 22jul1880 (registeed as GoodYEAR) to Thomas Jackson.
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