David Goodwin, 18181858 (aged 40 years)

Name
David /Goodwin/
Given names
David
Surname
Goodwin
Birth
Census
Text:

Browning, Mary, free by servitude, Friends, wife of E. Goodwin, Windsor
3 un-named children of M. Browning
Goodwin, Edward, ticket of leave, Indian, life, landholder, Windsor

Census
Citation details: 1825 muster
Text:

Browning, Mary, free by servitude, Friends, 1811, 7 years, lives with Michael Connor, Richmond
Browning Edward 11, born in the colony, son of Mary Browning, Richmond
Browning, Mary, 9, born in the colony, daughter of above
Browning, David, 7, son of above
[Connor, Michael, conditional pardon, Scarborough, 1788, life, constable, Richmond]

Census
Text:

Goodwin, David, 18, born in the colony, Catholic, lives at James Staples, Wilberforce

Marriage
Text:

529/1842 V1842529 123 GOODWIN DAVID HIBBERT MARY JO (St Matthews Presbyterian, Windsor)

Death
Citation details: Sydney Morning Herald Thurs 20 May 1858 p. 2
Text:

WINDSOR.

[FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.]

PRIZE FIGHTING, SUDDEN DEATH AND INQUEST. One of those disgraceful exhibitions, a prize-fight, between two young men residing at North Richmond, took place in the vicinity of Richmond Road, on Monday morning last. At its conclusion, two of the spectators, under the influence of drink, fell out, and proceeded to settle their difference in accordance with the example set them, namely, a set-to, which resulted in the death of one of the parties. The combatants, in the latter instance, were farmers and brothers-in-law, residing at Wilberforce, and named respectively, Joseph Hibbert and David Goodwin. An inquest was held this morning, and, according to the evidence of one Josiah Bell, it appeared the belligerents went into a paddock at the rear of the Plough Inn, Richmond Road, and had one round, when Hibbert drew first blood. Goodwin then declared he would not be satisfied until he had twenty rounds. They then went at it again, till Goodwin gave way, and was declared by the seconds to be out of time. He was then carried to Norris' public-house in a state of insensibility, and Dr. Day sent for from Windsor. Before the doctor, however, arrived, he expired. Bell, although he remembered all about the fight, said he was rather groggy, and could not tell the names of any of the other parties present. He was ordered by the coroner into custody, till the verdict of the jury had been given. Dr. Day then deposed that he had made a post mortem examination of the body, and was of opinion that there were not sufficient external injuries to cause death ; and also said that, knowing Goodwin to be addicted to intemperance, and to be pre-disposed, from previous injuries and other causes, to apoplexy, death had resulted from the latter cause. The jury returned a verdict accordingly, and Hibbert, who had been in custody was, with Bell, discharged. The finding of the jury, we understand, created a little surprise ; but if there be cause for further inquiry, the Attorney General will, no doubt, direct it.

Text:

Name: David Goodwin
Death Date: 1858
Death Place: New South Wales
Father's Name: Edward
Mother's name: Mary
Registration Year: 1858
Registration Place: Windsor, New South Wales
Registration Number: 5745

Family with parents
father
Birth:
Death:
mother
17801835
Birth: about 1780
Death: 1835Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Religious marriage Religious marriageAugust 31, 1812Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
elder brother
18141894
Birth: about 1814 34 New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1894Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
elder sister
1816
Birth: about 1816 36 New South Wales, Australia
Death:
3 years
himself
18181858
Birth: about 1818 38 New South Wales, Australia
Death: May 17, 1858Richmond, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
Mother’s family with James
stepfather
mother
17801835
Birth: about 1780
Death: 1835Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriageestimated 1804
3 years
half-sister
18061864
Birth: about 1806 26
Death: May 28, 1864New South Wales, Australia
2 years
half-brother
1807
Birth: about 1807 27
Death:
Mother’s family with Michael Connor
stepfather
17801853
Birth: about 1780
Death: estimated 1853Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
mother
17801835
Birth: about 1780
Death: 1835Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriageabout 1824New South Wales, Australia
Family with Mary Hibbert
himself
18181858
Birth: about 1818 38 New South Wales, Australia
Death: May 17, 1858Richmond, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
wife
18251910
Birth: June 16, 1825 36 27 New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1910Orange, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriage1842Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
5 months
son
18421842
Birth: June 9, 1842 24 16 Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
Death: August 28, 1842Wilberforce, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
son
18441881
Birth: about 1844 26 18 New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1881Molong, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
5 years
daughter
1848
Birth: October 26, 1848 30 23 Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
Death:
14 months
daughter
18491928
Birth: 1849 31 23 Wilberforce, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
Death: October 19, 1928Molong, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
daughter
1851
Birth: March 19, 1851 33 25 New South Wales, Australia
Death:
2 years
son
1853
Birth: April 2, 1853 35 27 Freemans Reach, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
Death:
5 years
daughter
1857
Birth: 1857 39 31 Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
Death:
2 years
son
1858
Birth: 1858 40 32 Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
Death:
Robert Demmery + Mary Hibbert
wife’s husband
18161888
Birth: about 1816Birmingham, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: 1888Orange, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
wife
18251910
Birth: June 16, 1825 36 27 New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1910Orange, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriage1862Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
1 year
stepdaughter
18621900
Birth: December 17, 1862 46 37 Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1900Orange, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Census
Text:

Browning, Mary, free by servitude, Friends, wife of E. Goodwin, Windsor
3 un-named children of M. Browning
Goodwin, Edward, ticket of leave, Indian, life, landholder, Windsor

Census
Citation details: 1825 muster
Text:

Browning, Mary, free by servitude, Friends, 1811, 7 years, lives with Michael Connor, Richmond
Browning Edward 11, born in the colony, son of Mary Browning, Richmond
Browning, Mary, 9, born in the colony, daughter of above
Browning, David, 7, son of above
[Connor, Michael, conditional pardon, Scarborough, 1788, life, constable, Richmond]

Census
Text:

Goodwin, David, 18, born in the colony, Catholic, lives at James Staples, Wilberforce

Marriage
Text:

529/1842 V1842529 123 GOODWIN DAVID HIBBERT MARY JO (St Matthews Presbyterian, Windsor)

Death
Citation details: Sydney Morning Herald Thurs 20 May 1858 p. 2
Text:

WINDSOR.

[FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.]

PRIZE FIGHTING, SUDDEN DEATH AND INQUEST. One of those disgraceful exhibitions, a prize-fight, between two young men residing at North Richmond, took place in the vicinity of Richmond Road, on Monday morning last. At its conclusion, two of the spectators, under the influence of drink, fell out, and proceeded to settle their difference in accordance with the example set them, namely, a set-to, which resulted in the death of one of the parties. The combatants, in the latter instance, were farmers and brothers-in-law, residing at Wilberforce, and named respectively, Joseph Hibbert and David Goodwin. An inquest was held this morning, and, according to the evidence of one Josiah Bell, it appeared the belligerents went into a paddock at the rear of the Plough Inn, Richmond Road, and had one round, when Hibbert drew first blood. Goodwin then declared he would not be satisfied until he had twenty rounds. They then went at it again, till Goodwin gave way, and was declared by the seconds to be out of time. He was then carried to Norris' public-house in a state of insensibility, and Dr. Day sent for from Windsor. Before the doctor, however, arrived, he expired. Bell, although he remembered all about the fight, said he was rather groggy, and could not tell the names of any of the other parties present. He was ordered by the coroner into custody, till the verdict of the jury had been given. Dr. Day then deposed that he had made a post mortem examination of the body, and was of opinion that there were not sufficient external injuries to cause death ; and also said that, knowing Goodwin to be addicted to intemperance, and to be pre-disposed, from previous injuries and other causes, to apoplexy, death had resulted from the latter cause. The jury returned a verdict accordingly, and Hibbert, who had been in custody was, with Bell, discharged. The finding of the jury, we understand, created a little surprise ; but if there be cause for further inquiry, the Attorney General will, no doubt, direct it.

Text:

Name: David Goodwin
Death Date: 1858
Death Place: New South Wales
Father's Name: Edward
Mother's name: Mary
Registration Year: 1858
Registration Place: Windsor, New South Wales
Registration Number: 5745