Frederick James Goodsell (1854-1938)

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Frederick James Goodsell was born 26 July 1854 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia to Alfred John Goodsell (1832-1922) and Sophia Hoad (1836-1913) and died 4 May 1938 at "Cardale", Lord Street in Newtown, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Emily Priscilla McKoy (1857-1942) 24 December 1874 in Newtown, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.


Offspring of Frederick James Goodsell and Emily Priscilla McKoy (1857-1942)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Lily Goodsell (1875-1875)
Elsie Maud Goodsell (1876-1952) 21 November 1876 Newtown, New South Wales, Australia 1952 Bombala, New South Wales, Australia Alexander Caldwell (1867-1945)

Sidney Percival Goodsell (1878-1928) 17 July 1878 Newtown, New South Wales, Australia 14 December 1928 Canterbury, New South Wales, Australia Catherine M P Ragan (1870-1900)
Lillian Adelaide Ragan (1881-1958)

Phillis Mabel Goodsell (1880-1927)
Leslie George Goodsell (1882-1958)
Gertrude Grace Goodsell (1885-c1958)
Austin Clyde Goodsell (1889-1961) 9 November 1889 Newtown, New South Wales, Australia 24 September 1961 Tempe, New South Wales, Australia Hilda May Schweikert (1892-1954)

Sources and notes

‡ General
¶ Death
  • GOODSELL.—May 4, 1938, at his residence, Cardale, Lord Street, Newtown, Frederick Goodsell, dearlv loved husband of Emily, and loving father of Elsie, Sidney (deceased), Phyllis (deceased), Leslie, Grace, and Austin, in his 84th year.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 5 May 1938, page 10.
§ Remains
  • GOODSELL.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. EMILY GOODSELL, Mr. and Mrs. A. CALDWELL, Mr. and Mrs. L. GOODSELL, Mr. and Mrs. S. K. MORRIS, and Mr. and Mrs. A. GOODSELL are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of her late beloved HUSBAND, and their loving FATHER, Frederick James Goodsell; to leave our Funeral Chapel THIS DAY, at 2 p.m., for the Methodist Cemetery, Woronora.
LM1676. Dulwich Hill Terminus.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 5 May 1938, page 9.



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