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The sum of the Estate was 16 pounds 8 shillings 6 pence 51. I google searched John Edward Goodall and found references to an artist of that name on 2 art websites.
There were no dates of birth & death for John Edward but they indicated his work covered the period of 1877 - 1911 (Artnet) and 1877 - 1891 (askart) I checked the census and found records for 18.
Changes in family relationships were apparently recorded in the minutes of the monthly district Quaker meetings so the death of his mother and Edward going to live with his uncle should be noted.
We know he was born "near Leeds", possibly on the outskirts of Leeds, maybe only a couple of miles from the heart of Leeds.
Family Historians Richard Goodall, Neil Slarke and the Journal of Evelyn Harrison (nee Wild).
Little is known of Edward Goodall's family other than his mother apparently died when he was young and he was reared by a Quaker uncle.
Mary Montague married twice, firstly to Frederick James Fairhead and after his death Edward Ward Lower. rector, Edward Angelo, eldest son of Edward Goodall Esq of Albert Street, Regents Park, to Frances Smith, youngest daughter of Andrew Chittenden Esq, of Ulster Place Regents Park" 21. The source of the scanned Baptismal records for the children of Edward Angelo & Frances Smith Goodall 22. Date of birth and hour of birth (11am) given and christening date of in All Soul's Church, St Marylebone, Middlesex. Likely death record for Frances S Goodall for September quarter 1928, 94 years, Pancras District (volume 1b page 17) confirmed by the Probate record on uk which is the source of the actual date of death.John is not living with his wife Grace but with another recorded as his wife, Annie, 38 years of age, born Westminster, London, a "Fancy Draper's Traveller".In 1911 John is recorded as J Edward Goodall and Annie as A E Guest (widow) and both are recorded as artists.In 1891 Alfred, Manager to Artist Colorman, Mary Ann their daughter Fanny Edith 37, and their grandson Claude G Sarl 7 (son of Emily Campbell who died in 1888) living with them at 2 Boscombe Road, Hammersmith. This record is confirmed with the online Church christening register on ancestry which shows James Palmer is an engraver.In 1901 Alfred , Mary Ann and daughter Fanny Edith are still in Hammersmith. One of Mary Ann's and Alfred's daughters was given Mary Ann's maiden name of Palmer as a second Christian name which was not uncommon. After finding Mary Ann Goodall on the 1911 census in Kew, Surry I searched for and found her death registration in Surry as Mary A Goodall, September quarter 1911 (Volume page ). Birth registration for Fanny Edith in the June quarter 1852, St Pancras district (volume 1b page 3).