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Family of Henry Goodburn and Elizabeth Harriott Rice

Husband: Henry Goodburn ( -c. 1798)
Wife: Elizabeth Harriott Rice (1764-1828)

Husband: Henry Goodburn

Name: Henry Goodburn
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Will 29 Nov 1798 Date of will (see notes)
Death c. 1798 Ramsgate, Kent
Probate 7 Mar 1799 Probate to Elizabeth Harriott Goodburn widow

Wife: Elizabeth Harriott Rice

Name: Elizabeth Harriott Rice
Sex: Female
Father: John Rice ( - )
Mother: Mary Anthony (1732-bef1811)
Birth 23 Aug 1764 Ealing, Middlesex
Baptism 13 Sep 1764 (age 0) St Mary, Ealing, Middlesex
Will 7 Mar 1799 (age 34) Executrix to husband's will
Will 6 Jun 1818 (age 53) Mentioned in will of Jane Seabrook, aunt
Will 28 Jun 1827 (age 62) Date of will (see notes)
Death 1828 (age 63-64) Orchard Grove, Islington, Middlesex
Burial 5 Apr 1828 St Mary, Islington, Middlesex (aged 64)
Probate 10 Jun 1828 Probate to James Rice, brother

Note on Husband: Henry Goodburn

Will of Henry Goodburn of Ramsgate, Isle of Thanet, Kent, hatter, hosier and glover, 29 Nov 1798. Stock to wife Elizabeth Harriott Goodburn and James Rice jointly after payment of debts etc; all moneys, securities, household furniture, plate, linen, apparel, stock in trade, stock in public funds, book debts and all other effects, goods, chattels and personal estate to wife Elizabeth Harriott Goodburn, exec.

Witnesses: Christopher Fulford Coleman, Thomas Fisher, James Anston

Proved at London 7 Mar 1799 to Elizabeth Harriott Goodburn widow the relict and sole executrix.

Note on Wife: Elizabeth Harriott Rice

Will of Elizabeth Harriott Goodburn of Orchard Grove in the Parish of St Mary Islington but formerly of Twickenham Common both in the County of Middlesex widow, 28 Jun 1827. To be buried with my late dear husband in the church yard of St Lawrence in the Isle of Thanet; to sister Mary Rice of Margate all wearing apparel; to brother William Rice eight shillings per week for life; to brother James Rice my moeity or half share in the leasehold house and premises at Margate (left to me by my late uncle Anthony) for life and after his decease the same to my nephew John Rice the son of my late brother John Rice; rest of property including sale of my furniture plate linen china the produce of which I desire may be invested in the Bank of England to my brother James Rice for life and after his decease the same to child or children of my brother William Rice; I appoint brother James Rice exec.

Witnesses: Thos Metcalfe 8 Brunswick Place gent, Thos Hayter Huggin Lane London

Proved at London 10 Jun 1828 to James Rice the brother, exec.