GOFFIN, Harriot. Funeral. 'The funeral of the late Mrs Goffin, a very old resident of the district, was well attended yesterday afternoon. The coffin a polished one, with silver mountings, and the lid was covered with floral tributes. At the grove the service was read by the Rev E. A. Crawford.' Mount Alexander Mail, 'Items of news', 16 May 1894, p. 2.

Tho cycling road race this afternoon should prove interesting to lovers of that sport.

John REEVES of Shiplake - 1837 [will transcription]

John REEVES of Shiplake - 1837 [will transcription]

Matthew CHESSALL of Bix - 1641 [will transcription]

Matthew CHESSALL of Bix - 1641 [will transcription]

Jane CHESSALL of Bix / Fawley - 1642 [will transcription]

Jane CHESSALL of Bix / Fawley - 1642 [will transcription]

William CHESALL of Bix - 1641 [will transcription]

William CHESALL of Bix - 1641 [will transcription]

GOFFIN, Robert. Juror for trial of Ah You for willful murder. Mount Alexander Mail, 15 Mar 1907, p. 2, 'Supreme Court'.

Supreme Court. - Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917) - 15 Mar 1907

Juror for trial of Ah You for willful murder. Mount Alexander Mail, 15 Mar p.

'Castlemaine Warden's Court. John Henry Haollman summoned Richard Harvey and Robert GOFFIN for trespassing on ground held by complainant..' Mount Alexander Mail, 15 Feb 1890, p. 2, 'Castlemaine Wader's Court'.

CASTLEMAINE WARDEN'S COURT. - (Before [?]) - Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917) - 15 Feb 1890

John Henry Haollman summoned Richard Harvey and Robert GOFFIN for trespassing on ground held by complainant.' Mount Alexander Mail, 15 Feb p.

'GOFFIN — HALL. — On the 5th September, at St John's Church, Dunolly, by the Bev. W. Arnold. Robert Charles, eldest son of Mr B. Goffin, of Castlemaine, to Frances Selina, fourth the daughter of Mr A Hall, of Dunolly.' Weekly Times, 'Advertising', October 13 1894, p. 27.

'GOFFIN — HALL. — On the 5th September, at St John's Church, Dunolly, by the Bev. W. Arnold. Robert Charles, eldest son of Mr B. Goffin, of Castlemaine, to Frances Selina, fourth the daughter of Mr A Hall, of Dunolly.' Weekly Times, 'Advertising', October 13 1894, p. 27.

GOFFIN, William Quinton. 'A young man named William Quinton Goffin died yesterday at his parents' residence in Wheeler-street after a short illness from typhoid fever. Deceased had followed the occupation of a painter, and took ill about a month ago. The remains are to be interred to-morrow, and as the deceased was a member of the local branch of the A.N.A the members are requested to attend the funeral.' Mount Alexander Mail, 'Items of news', 15 Oct 1892, p. 2.

Members of the Castlemaine Mining Board, introduced by Messrs Patterson and Gordon, Ms., waited on the Ministers of Lands and Mines yesterday to protest against recent sales .

GOWER, Harriet (Goffin). Death at Castlemaine. The Age, 'Family Notices', 18 Jun 1910, p. 5.

GOWER, Harriet (Goffin). Death at Castlemaine. The Age, 'Family Notices', 18 Jun 1910, p. 5.

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