STRAY GOLDSACKS – as yet,not connected to the Kent Line
Isaac (1818, Weymouth, Dorset -Q1 1905, Truro) m. Elizabeth Jane (1823, Barnstable, Devonshire- Q4 1897, Truro)
* In 1861 Isaac was at Mullion with his wife and daughter,
Elizabeth. In 1871 Isaac and his family were at St.
Agnes, Cornwall, Isaac was a Coast Guard Pensioner. In 1881 Isaac
was a Naval Pensioner living at Vicarage Road, St. Agnes, Cornwall with his wife and two daughters, Mary C. and
he was still on Vicarage Road, St. Agnes, Cornwall.
() Sarah Caroline (died Q2 1850, Helston)
Elizabeth Jane (Bessie)( 1849 , Lizard)m. (Q1 1869, Truro) Isaac Vodden
(1845, St. Agnes, Cornwall) *In 1881 Isaac and Bessie were living on Vicarage Rd., St. Agnes.
Isaac was a Butcher. In 1901Elizabeth was living on her own means at St. Agnes. The only
other Vodden in St. Agnes was Ethel.
Annie Vodden( 1870, St.
Agnes) *In 1901 Annie was unmarried, living in London with her Uncle George and family.
Minnie Vodden (1872, St. Agnes)
Lilly Vodden (1874, St. Agnes)
() Ethel Vodden
(1893, St. Agnes)
() Mary Caroline (bp.3 Dec 1850, Mullion) *
Unmarried in 1881
Juliana H. (bp. 2 Jun 1852, Mullion) m. (Q2 1871, Truro) * General Servant in 1871
() Georgina (bp.30 Oct 1853, Mullion- Q1 1854, Helston)
George Henry (21 Sept 1854, Dorset, bp.5 Nov, Mullion) m.(Q3 1884, Lambeth) Mary Ann Giffen (1855, Bassingbourne) *In 1881 George was a Hotel Porter at Newington, Surrey. In 1892 he entered the Royal Navy. In 1901 George was at 147 Wandsworth Road,London working as a Coffee House Keeper. His niece, Annie
Vodden (1871, Cornwall) was living with them.
Mary I. (1891, London)
George (1896, London)
() Emma (bp12 Oct 1856, Mullion)
Matilda (bp.29 Aug 1858, Mullion) m. (Q3 1882, Redruth)
* In 1881 Matilda was a General Servant for Joseph Warburton (Wesleyan
Minister) at Chapel Road, Phillack, Cornwall.
() Georgina (bp.23 Aug 1859, Mullion)
Caroline (1856, Mullion, bp.14 Feb 1862) * In 1901,
unmarried, living with her father at St. Agnes, Cornwall.
() Isabel (14 Feb 1862, Mullion) m. (Q1 1898, Truro) Thomas James Kemp
(1861, Hayle, Cornwall * In 1881 Isabel was a Dressmaker.In 1901 Isabel and
Thomas were living at St. Agnes, Thomas was a Sailor.
() William John (Q2 1863,Mullion,
bp. 18 October) m. (Q4 1889, Plympton)
Sarah (1862, Pomphlett, Devon) * In 1878 William entered the Royal Navy. In 1881
he was a Boy, RN, on the Vessel “Iris”. In 1901 he was a Petty Officer (1st
Class) in the Royal Navy, at Plymouth.
William John (died Q4 1897, Plympton)
William John (Q1 1898, Plymouth)
Gladys Mary M. (Q2 1900, Plymouth)
Goldsack (1808, Fleet, Dorset) * In 1881 Elizabeth
was living at Weymouth, Dorset,
she was a widow and was receiving a Naval Pension. Possibly
the wife of Peter Goldsack, mother of the following Jane.
Jane Goldsack: Baptised1 April 1832, Wyke Regis, Dorset. Her
parents were Peter and Elizabeth Goldsack.
George Goldsack: Baptised7 Jul 1833, Wyke Regis, Dorset. His
parents were George and Jane.
George Goldsack married Jane
Symes at Wyke Regis, Dorset on 27 July 1828. Parents of above George (1833)
Goldsack married Q3 1842, Dover.
From 1851-1855 Stephen was a Beer Retailer, living at 38 Oxenden,
JamesGoldsack (21 Sept 1845, St.
Margaret’s-22 June 1901, St. Margaret’s) m.(Q3 1873,
Canterbury) Mary Potts(1845, Canterbury).
James served in the Royal Navy (44741/11999A). In 1881
Mary and the family were living at 52
Oxenden Street, Dover.
In 1891 James was a Mariner at 18 Union Row, Dover.
In 1901 James was the Quartermaster on board the “Empress”, moored in Calais Harbou, he was a widow.
Edith Mary ( Q4 1874, Dover) m. (Q2 1900, Eastry) *Living at 1 York,
Street, Dover in
() Bessie Louisa (bp.13 Dec 1876, St. John, Dover) * Dressmaker (working at home) at Dover in 1901.
() Walter James (13 Apr 1878, Dover) *In 1901
Walter was boarding at 54 Southwater Road,St. Leonard, Hastings, working as a Telegraphist.
Edwin Henry (bp. 12
May 1880, St.
*Working as a Nurseryman’s Assistant at Doverin 1901, living with his sisters. On August 13, 1907
Edwin arrived in New York on
board the Zeeland
He was traveling with a family named Wild. He was going to stay with his friend
Fred Wild in Seattle, Washington.
In 1930 “Edward” was a living as a boarder in Seattle.
George Goldsack (b. 1884) , Able Bodied Seaman on
board "Linnell", out of Buenos
The ship left Argentina
on Oct. 13 and arrived in New York
on Oct. 25, 1923.
George was 39 years old, could read and was of British Origin. He signed
on board the "Linnell" at Liverpool
on May 13, 1922.
He was 5'-11'' tall and weighed 176 pounds. He was missing his forefinger and
the top off the second and third fingers on one of his hands.
William Henry Goldsack (b.1873) A US citizen. Arrived in New
York in 1909. His place of residence is listed as
(his friend Mr. Bray lived there) He was on the Ship "New
York" out of Southampton.
Edith Goldsack : left Liverpool to New York on the Cunnard
Line, RMS “Carmania” on November 23,
class Passenger. There was an Edith Goldsack (aged 44) living on South Road, Stockbridge,Berkshire, Massachusetts in 1920. She was unmarried and working as
a Governess (living in). The record shows that she had first come to the US in 1882. The In-Laws in the home, F.M.
and Rosa Rundall also arrived in the US in 1882.
Maude Goldsack : arrived in New York on October 17, 1896 on board the “Lucania”
out of Liverpool. She was 36 years old and a US citizen. She is listed as wife. Also on
the same ship was Alexander Goldsack, aged 38. He was a Clerk and of US origin.This Alexander may have been the son of Daniel McDonald Goldsack – there
are not enough details on the manifest to make this determination, however if
it is Daniel’s son, Maude would not be his wife. Alexander’s wife was Emily
Mary Goldsack : in 1901 she was 56 years old, born in
St. Margaret’s. She was widowed and living at Hope Cottages, St. Margaret’s at Cliffe. She was working at home as a Laundress. Her son,
William (18, St. Margaret’s) and daughter, Susey (15,
St. Margarets) were living with her. William was a
General Labourer and Susey was a General Servant
George Goldsack : appears on the 1880 US Census at San Francisco. He was 18 years old and working as a Hotel Porter.
I wonder if the above mentioned Maude Goldsack who arrived in New York in 1896 on board the “Lucania”
was George’s wife.
Henry Stephen John Goldsack (1879, Buckland) * In 1881
Henry was a Nurse Child living with John and Mary Tritton
John was born in 1853 at Folkestone. Mary was born in
1833 at Deal. John was a Farm Labourer. In 1891 Henry is listed as a Lodger
with John and Mary at Whitfield. In 1901 Henry was a Nursery Gardener at Dover.
On 13 Jan 1907
his daughter, Rose Annie Goldsack
was baptised at Whitfield (born 14
Nov 1906). He was married to Rose Annie.
Polly Goldsack * In 1891 she was
living at 3 Saffrons
She was 35 years old, a widow and working as a Laundry Woman.
Alice Goldsack (1868, Wisconsin)
* In 1920 Alice
was a widow living with her father, Irving Robinson (1842, Wisconsin)
in the Township
of Linn, Walworth,
was a Dairy Farmer.
Grace R. Goldsack (13 September 1891, Walworth,
* Likely the daughter of the above Alice.
Sarah Goldsack (1853, St. Margaret’s) m. (Q4 1881, Dover) WilliamPort
(1843, Ash) * In 1891 Sarah and her children were living at 1 Vine Cottages, Dover.
William was at Sea. There was a servant, Louisa H. May (age 13) living with
them. In 1901 William and Sarah were living at 11
Finniss Court, Finniss Hill, Dover.
William was a Mariner. Sarah was listed as 46 years old (1855).
William H. Port (1886, Dover)
*Errand Boy (Tailor) in 1901
(2) Albert G. Port (1887, Dover)
Ethel J. Port (1888, Dover)
B. Port (1889, Dover)
George R. Port (1892, Dover)
SarahPort (22 Oct 1893,
1 Vine Cottages, Dover)
* Her father was WilliamPort –
Mariner Packet Service, mother was Sarah, formerly Goldsack. Not with the
family in 1901
Helen E. Port (1894, Dover)
George Henry Goldsackm. (Q3 1884, Lambeth) Martha Susan Kent
Alma Hannah (Q3 1887, Camberwell)
*In 1901 there was a 15 year old Alma Goldsack working as a Servant for John
Savage on High Street, Walton on Thames. I am certain it was not the daughter
Joseph S. Goldsack m. ( 6 June 1883, Cook Illinois)
Stella A. Otis * In 1880 there was Stella A. Otis
(1868, NH) living at Lee, Strafford,
with her father, Avis J. Otis ( 1837, NH) There was also an Estella Otis (1861,
IA)living at Pike, Missouri
with her brother, Baldwin Otis (1853, NY). There is a record of an Estella who
was born in Peoria,
(1861-1894). Note: There was a family named Otis, living in New
in 1880. Head of the household was John Otis (1834, Cuba)
he had a brother named Manuel (1815, Cuba)
living with them.
Joseph Manuel (16
Feb 1889, Edgewater, Cook, Illinois) Father:JosephP.Goldsack. Mother:EstellaEdell Otis
Elizabeth Goldsack married (7 Nov 1795, Dover,
St. James) to James Broomfield
James Broomfield (bp. 27 Feb 1797, Dover,
Thomas William Goldsack (1857, Ewell-12 Feb 1932,
Charlton) married to Alice (Olive) (1853, East
Hendred, Berkshire-14 Feb 1936)
* In 1881 Thomas and Alice were living at 2
New Place, Dover
(St. James), Thomas was an Iron Monger’s Porter. In 1885 Thomas (Porter) and
Olive had their son baptised at St.
In 1891 Thomas was an Iron Monger’s Assistant, living
at 12 Dour Street,
his wife was away. In 1901 Thomas was a Store Keeper, they were living at 30
Dour Street, Dover
Thomas Harris Goldsack (bp.18 March 1885, St.
Agnes Goldsack (1892, Dover)
Ernest Goldsack (1896, Dover)
Sydney Goldsack (1897, Dover)
Elizabeth Goldsack (1813, St. Margaret’s-1898) m. (Q4 1837, Eastry) William Fakely (1816,
Alkham-1900). In 1881 they were living at Alkham,
William was a Waggoner. Richard Beer (1813, Alkham)
and Alfred Fagg (1862, Alkham)
were boarding with them.
Mary Fakely (1840, Alkham
-1909) m. Edward Champion (1831, Alkham-1910) * In 1881 They were living in Alkham, Edward was a Farm Labourer
Edward Champion (1868, Alkham)
Elizabeth Champion (1870, Alkham)
George Champion (1873, Alkham)
Susanna Champion (1874, Alkham)
Frances Champion (1878, Alkham)
William Fakely (1842-1843)
William Fakely (1845-1847)
John Fakely (1852-1867)
Sarah Anne Fakely (1854) m. (Q2 1879, Dover)
Susannah Fakely (1856) *In 1881 Susannah was working
as a Domestic Cook for Barrister, John Clerk at Rolleston
Hall, Billesdon-Rolleston, Leicester.
Emily E. Goldsack (1853, Dorking, Surrey- Q1 1901, Reigate)
* In 1881 Emily was working as a Domestic Cook for Frederick Powle at Alders
In 1901 Emily was a Domestic Cook at Slaugham, East
() Alexander McDonald
Goldsack (bp.31 Dec 1820, Dover,
St. James- bur.11 June 1834, Whitfield)
Note: There was another Alexander McDonald Goldsack
born at Dover
in Q4 1852.
Harriet Goldsack * Had two children
baptised at St. Andrews,
Buckland as a single woman.
() Jane Goldsack (bp. 4
() James William
Goldsack (bp. 25 Dec 1862)
Ann GoldsackDaughter of George Goldsack, Labourer. Married at St. Margaret’s at Cliffe on 25
Dec 1845 to William Collins. William was in the
Militia and from Deal. The census shows that he was later a Maltster.
He was the son of John Collins, Labourer. * Note she may have been Ann
Goldsack, born 18
Jan 1828, daughter of George (Mariner) and Sarah.
Mary GoldsackWidow. Married William Longley at St. Margaret’s on 15 Aug 1825.
Witnesses were John and Ann Newton.
Amy Amelia Goldsack*Buried at Canterbury,
St. Dunstan 26 Jan 1869 at 2 weeks old. Address was Whitstable
Elizabeth Goldsack*Buried at St. Dunstan, 2 July 1869.
I think she was 22 months old. Address was Whitstable
Walter Watson Goldsack (27 Oct 1895, Montreal) * Walter enlisted in the CEF on 3 Sept
1915 at Montreal. He was unmarried and listed his next of kin
as his mother, Elizabeth Goldsack, 325 Ontario East, Montreal. He was a Machinist who had served in the 3rd
Battery Canadian Infantry. He was 5’-9’’ tall with a fair complexion, grey eyes
and auburn hair. He was assigned to the 35th Overseas Battalion as a
Richard Goldsack (13 Dec 1897, Montreal) *Richard enlisted in the CEF on 9 March
1916 at Montreal. He was an unmarried Labourer. He listed his
Richardson, 1948 Delormier
St., Montreal, as his next of kin. He was 5’-5 and a half inches tall with Brown complexion, brown hair and
brown eyes. He was assigned to the 2nd Field Ambulance Depot.
Susan (Susannah or Susanah)
Goldsack (27 Oct 1867, Rochester) m. (Q4 1887, Dover) Alexander Richard Davis (1863, Gloucester, Bristol) *In 1901 they were living at Chatham, Alexander was working as a General Labourer.
Alexander Davis (1893, Chatham)
Emma Goldsack m. (Q3 1878, Hastings)
Emma Goldsack m. (Q4 1894, London City)
Daniel James Goldsack (8 July 1913, Carroll, Ohio – , 29 April 1999, Mahoning, Ohio) *Daniel served in the US Army and died at his
residence. Note: James Francis Goldsack and Jennie Beck had a son named Daniel
who appears with them on the 1930 census. He was 12 years old and born in New Jersey.
Morris Goldsack (1885, Russia) m. (1908, Russia) Rebbeca (1885,
Russia) * Morris and Rebecca emigrated
to England and then in 1910 the moved to New York. In 1930 they were
living in the Bronx, New York City, neither could read or write. Morris was
the Proprietor of a Moving Company.
() Jack A. (4 June
Aug 1993, Great Neck, Nassau, NY) m. Gertrude (28 Jan 1905-1Mar 2000, Great Neck, Nassau, NY) *Living with parents in 1930. Working
as an Advertising Salesman.
() Esther (1908, England) * Living with parents in 1930. Working as a SalesLady for Dresses.
() Mildred (1910, NY) *Living with
parents in 1930. Working as a Stenographer for a Lawyer.
() Bessie (1919, NY) *Living with
parents in 1930 and attending school.
Leon A. Goldsack (5 May 1912-2 Oct 1992, Los Angeles, CA)