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Margaret Goodrich (Rawson)

Also Known As: "Margaret Lawson"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Death: Died in England, United Kingdom
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Daughter of Sir Christopher Rawson and Agnes Rawson
Wife of Henry Goodrick
Mother of Richard Goodrich, I; Christopher Goodricke; John Goodricke and Aldburgh Goodricke

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About Margaret Rawson

  • 'Margaret Rawson
  • 'F, b. circa 1490
  • Father Sir Christopher Rawson b. c 1464, d. 1518
  • ' Margaret Rawson married Henry Goodrick, son of William Goodryke and Jane Williamson. Margaret Rawson was born circa 1490 at of London, Middlesex, England.
  • 'Family Henry Goodrick b. c 1487, d. 12 Oct 1556
  • Child
    • ◦Richard Goodricke+ b. 1510, d. 8 Jan 1581
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p1159.htm#i34793
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Goodricke Baronets

The Baronetcy of Goodricke of Ribston was created in the Baronetage of England by King Charles I on 14 August 1641 for his loyal supporter John Goodricke of Ribston, Yorkshire. He represented Yorkshire in the Cavalier Parliament from 1661 to his death.

The family was originally of the county of Somerset, and from there moved into Lincolnshire, upon the marriage of Henry Goodricke, esq. third son of Robert Goodricke, esq. of Nortingley, with a Lincolnshire heiress. Miss Strickford.[1]


'In Lincolnshire the Goodrickes flourished for six subsequent generations, until Henry Goodricke, esq. (third and youngest son of William Goodricke, esq.—brother of Thomas Goodricke (1494–1554), Lord Bishop of Ely, and Lord Chancellor of England of [Edward VI—purchased Ribstone and other estates, in Yorkshire, from Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk in 1542.[1][2]


'Henry Goodricke married Margaret, daughter and co-heiress of Sir Christopher Lawson, knt. of London, and dying in 1556, was succeeded, by his eldest son:[1]


Richard Goodricke, esq. of Ribstone, in Yorkshire, who was born, 1524. was high-sheriff of Yorkshire in 1579, and died 1581. He married Clare, daughter of Richard Norton, of Norton-Comers, in Yorkshire Esq; and was succeeded by his eldest son:[2]


Richard Goodricke, esq. who was born in 1560 was also high-sheriff of Yorkshire in 1591. He married Meriol, daughter of William, Lord Eure, and dying in 1601, was succeeded by his eldest son:[1]


Who according to John Burk writing in 1844 was Sir John Goodricke, knt. who married Jane, daughter of Sir John Saville, of Methley, in Yorkshire, knt. was succeeded by his son John Goodricke the 1st baronet;[1]


But according to Thomas Wotton writing in 1741 the 1st baronet's father had a given name of Henry and not John and give the following details:[3] Sir Henry Goodricke, knt. who was born in 1580 and died in July 1641. He married Jane, the daughter of Sir John Savile [disambiguation needed ], of Methly, in Yorkshire knt. one of the Barons of the Exchequer, (and his second wife Mary daughter of John Robison of Ryther,[4] ) who at length was heiress to her brother of the whole blood, Sir Henry Savile, Bart. There were twelve children by this marriage, of which were three daughters, Jane, and Elizabeth, who died unmarried, and Mary, married to Richard Hawksworth, of Hawksworth, in Yorkshire. Esq; and nine sons, but only three survived their father, viz. Sir John, his eldest, at his death. 2. Savile Goodricke, Esq; who died at Vienna, aged 32; and, 3. Sir Francis, who married Hester, the daughter of Peter Warburton, of the Grange, in Cheshire, Esq; but died without issue, in August 1674, at Durham, where he was chancellor.

John Goodricke of Ribstone Hall (1617–1670), son on of Sir John (or Henry) Goodricke and Jane, was created a baronet on 14 August 1641. He supported the Royalist cause during the English Civil War. After the Civil War he sat as an Member of Parliament for the Cavalier Parliament. He was married twice. First to Catharine, daughter and heiress of Stephen Norcliff, esq. by whom he had a son Henry who in 1670 succeeded to the Baronetcy. Sir John second marriage was to Elizabeth, Viscountess-dowager Fairfax, by whom he had another son.[1]


Henry the second Baronet represented Boroughbridge 1673–1705. The fifth Baronet was Member of Parliament for Pontefract 1774–1780 and for Ripon 1782–1789. The seventh Baronet bequeathed in 1833 the Ribston estate to his business partner who sold it in 1836 (see Holyoake-Goodricke Baronets). His successor as eighth Baronet was his distant cousin, a grandson of the fourth Baronet. On his death without issue the Baronetcy was extinct.

Goodricke of Ribston (1641)

  • Sir John Goodricke, 1st Baronet (1617–1670)
  • Sir Henry Goodricke, 2nd Baronet (1642–1705)
  • Sir John Goodricke, 3rd Baronet (1654–1705)
  • Sir Henry Goodricke, 4th Baronet (1677–1738)
  • Sir John Goodricke, 5th Baronet (1708–1789)
  • Sir Henry Goodricke, 6th Baronet (1765–1802)
  • Sir Henry James Goodricke, 7th Baronet (1797–1833)
  • Sir Thomas Francis Goodricke, 8th Baronet (1762–1839) Extinct on his death

Other notable members of the Goodricke family

  • Thomas Goodricke, Lord Chancellor of England
  • John Goodricke, Astronomer ( brother of 6th Baronet)

References

  • Leigh Rayment's List of Baronets [self-published source?][better source needed]

Attribution

  • Burke, John & Burke, Bernard (1844). A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies of England, Ireland and Scotland, Part 1, Edition 2, J. R. Smith.
  • Wotton, Thomas (1741). The English baronetage:: containing a genealogical and historical account of all the English baronets, their descents, marriages, and issues; memorable actions, both in war, and peace; religious and charitable donations; deaths, places of burial, and monumental inscriptions; collected from ..., Volume 2,Printed for Thomas. Wotton, at the Three Daggers and Queen's-Head, against St. Dunstan's-Church, in Fleet-Street., 1741.
  • From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goodricke_Baronets
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Margaret Rawson's Timeline

1490
1490
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
1508
1508
Age 18
Kippax Parish, Leeds?, Yorkshire, England
1520
1520
Age 30
Ribstone, Yorkshire, England
1526
1526
Age 36
Ely, Cambridge, England
1528
1528
Age 38
of, Doddington, Cambridge, England
1530
1530
Age 40
Of, Ely, Cambridge, England
1579
1579
Age 89
England, United Kingdom