Frederick Joseph Goodwin

Mr Frederick Joseph Goodwin

Frederick Joseph Goodwin

Frederick Goodwin was a 42-year-old electrical engineer living with his wife, Augusta, 43 and six children, Lillian, 16; Charles, 14; William, 11; Jessie, 10; Harold, 9; and baby Sidney, in a row house in Fulham, England.

His brother, Thomas, who had settled in Niagra Falls, New York, notified Frederick of an opening at the big power station there, so he decided to move to America with his family. Selling their home in Fulham, the family paused briefly in Marcham, booking passage on a small steamer operating out of Southampton. With little savings, they were travelling Third Class but their sailing was cancelled due to the coal strike and they were transferred to the Titanic.

The entire family was lost in the sinking.

Pictures

The Goodwin Family

THE GOODWIN FAMILY

 

Articles and Stories

Titanic's Unknown  Child

(2011) 

TITANIC'S UNKNOWN CHILD

 
Frederick Goodwin and his wife and six children

Bath Journal  (1912) 

FREDERICK GOODWIN AND HIS WIFE AND SIX CHILDREN

 
Marriage Certificate: Goodwin

(1894) 

MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE: GOODWIN

 
Goodwin family updated biographies

GOODWIN FAMILY UPDATED BIOGRAPHIES

 
Family of Eight Missing

Chicago Daily Tribune  (1912) 

FAMILY OF EIGHT MISSING

 
Goodwin Family 1911 census

(1911) 

GOODWIN FAMILY 1911 CENSUS

 
West Country People In The Titanic

Bridgwater Mercury  (1912) 

WEST COUNTRY PEOPLE IN THE TITANIC

 
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