（Hinman.) A Deacon of the same name, probably the same person, was slain by the Indians, at Hadley, 1676.
Goodwin, William, was here in 1632, and res. at the easterly corner of Harvard and Holyoke streets.
he rem. to Hartford with Hooker, in whose church he was a ruling elder, and was a prominent person both in Church and State.
During the unpleasant dissension in the Hartford Church, after Hooker's death, he rem. to Hadley; but he subsequently returned to Connecticut, and d. at Farmington, 1673, leaving a large estate to his only child, a daughter, who m. John Crowe.
Gookin, Daniel, is said to have emigrated, with his father, from the County of Kent to Virginia in 1621.
He is supposed to have arrived in Boston 1644, in which year he was admitted freeman.
He resided for a short time in Boston and Roxbury, but rem. to Camb.
about 1647, and here dwelt; during the remainder of his life.
By his wife Mary,
J. Wingate Thornton, Esq., of Boston, one of the po