Note: !Thomas Goodsell (Yale College, 1724) was the son of Thomas Goodsell, of East Haven, Connecticut, the first of the name in America. His mother was Sarah (Hemingway) Goodsell, the elder sister of the Reverend Jacob Hemingway, the earliest student of Yale College, and the earliest minister of East Haven, a parish in New Haven, Connecticut. He spent his life on his farm in East Haven, where he died November 2, 1746, in his 45th year. His estate was inventoried at 5741 Pounds. He married, October 6, 1731, Martha, second daughter of the Reverend John and Martha (Gould, Selleck) Davenport, of Stamford, Connecticut. She was born February 10, 1700, and next married, January 24, 1749/1750, Samuel Baker, of Branford. She died in 1796. Thomas Goodsell's only child, Sarah, married, in 1758, a son of Alexander Wolcott (Yale College, 1731); her only son was graduated at Yale College in 1783.
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