William Frederick Goodwin (1898 - 1912)

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Born August 12, 1898 in Edmonton, Middlesex County, England , United Kingdom
Died April 15, 1912 at North Atlantic Ocean at 13 years old. The cause of death is listed as: Drowning in lower decks/ Hypothermia
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Biography of William Frederick Goodwin

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Family

Father: Frederick Goodwin
Mother: Augusta Tyler Goodwin
Siblings: Jessie Allis Goodwin, Harold Victor Goodwin, Sidney Goodwin, Lillian Amy Goodwin, and Charles Frederick Goodwin

Birth


Edmonton, Middlesex County, England United Kingdom
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Death

at North Atlantic Ocean,
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Cause of death

Drowning in lower decks/ Hypothermia

Burial / Funeral

at North Atlantic Ocean,

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Last Known Residence

Edmonton, Middlesex County, England United Kingdom

Given name

William

Middle name

Frederick

Surnames

Goodwin family history

Ethnicity

British

Nationality

British

Religion

Christian

Gender

Male

Last updated

December 19, 2015 12:17 pm

Family History

William Frederick Goodwin (1898 - 1912) was born on August 12, 1898 in Edmonton, Middlesex County, England United Kingdom. He was born into the Goodwin family.

He was born to Frederick Goodwin and Augusta Tyler Goodwin, and had 5 known siblings: Jessie Allis Goodwin, Harold Victor Goodwin, Sidney Goodwin, Lillian Amy Goodwin, Charles Frederick Goodwin. William died on April 15, 1912 at North Atlantic Ocean, at age 13. His cause of death is listed as: drowning in lower decks/ Hypothermia. He was buried on April 15, 1912 in North Atlantic Ocean,.

William Frederick Goodwin's last known residence is at Edmonton, Middlesex County, England United Kingdom.

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The family boarded 3rd class to emigrate to the US. At 11:40 PM on April 14, 1912 the ship struck an iceberg. Because of the crewmen giving orders that husbands and older sons were not allowed to board the lifeboats, the family managed to stay together until the end. It was never known where the Goodwin family was during the final moment. Some claimed they remained in their cabin during the sinking.

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Alyssa McIntosh The family was one of the English speaking 3rd class family on the Titanic. Not just men were not allowed to board lifeboats-even older boys between 10-17 were not allowed.
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