The BOSTON NEWSLETTER and City Reoord.

January 7th 1826; "Published Every Saturday".


Francis Boott


Francis Boott ("merchant"), married Mary

Tunaley All Saints, Derby, 25th July, 1805.

Followed by emigration to America where Francis

set up the Boston trading partnership Boott and


Francis d. 1818, Azores, on journey from

America to England.





Mary Boott

(This Mary not to be confused with another Mary, Mary Boott (1795-1878)

(daughter of Kirk Boott Snr.), who married William Lyman, 3 May 1821).


Mary b. 1st August 1806, Boston, Massachusetts.

c. 4th July (American Independence Day) 1807, St. Alkmund's,

Derby, England.

Mary d. 1/11/1868, Woodbury CT. buried Stiles Memorial Cemetery,

Southbury CT.

m. Samuel Griswold Goodrich, 2nd January 1826,

(Samuel b. 19 August 1793, Ridgefield, Fairfield, Connecticut).

Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

Samuel: prolific aauthor, bookseller and publisher (click here),

including children' books written under the pseudonym "Peter Parley."

1836: Elected member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

1837: Member of the State Sanate.

1851-1853: American consul for Paris.

Samuel d. May 9th 1860 New Yotk City, buried Southbury Connecticut.


Frank Boott Goodrich

b. 14/12/1826, Boston, mA.

Like his father an author, Frank wrote under a pseudonym: "Dick Tinto".

Frank collaborated on plays including "The Poor of New York", "Romance after Marriage" and The Dark Hour Before the Dawn". Books included "The Tribute Book, a Record of the Munificence Sacrifice and Patriotism of the American People".

Frank m. Ella D. Schmidt, New York, 1859. No children.

d. 1894, Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey.


Emily Louisa Goodrich

b. 1/6/1829, Boston, MA.

m. Nathaniel Smith, 26 April 1856, Hartford, Connecticut.

Emily d. 12/7/1903 Waterbury CT

Alice Lee Goodrich

b. 13/1/1837, Boston ("Jamaica Plain"), MA'

m(1) Frederick Eldridge, 9/11/1859, Manhattan, New York.

m(2) "Colonel H.M. St.George" - no other records.

Alice (widow) died 17/8/1903, East Gloucester, MA.

Alice buried 19/8/1903, Greenwood, King's County, Brooklyn, N.Y. City

Mary Wolcott Goodrich

b. Boston, ("Jamaica Plain"), MA, 1846.

Mary died 1874.

m. Edward Jackson Lowell 14th Jan 1868, Boston, Suffolk, MA (Father Francis C. Lowell Jnr.)

Edward b. October 18 1845, Boston d. May 11 1894, Cotuit MA.

Edward: Massachsetts lawyer and historian.

(Son of Francis Cabot Lowell Jnr b. 5 Jan 1803, Waltham, MA., and Mary Gardner b. Jan 1802, Boston, MA).

Grandson of Francis Cabot Lowell (1775-1817), famous businessman and entrepreneur in the American industrial revolution after whom the city of Lowell is named.

Edward's wife Mary died 1874. Edward gave up law to look after the children and study. In 1877, Edward married again to Elizabeth Gilbert Jones (no childrn).


Children of Edward J. Lowell and Mary Wolcott Lowell

Alice Lowell 25 Feb 1869, Boston, MA.

Guy Lowell (architect) b. 6th August 1870, Boston, MA.

Architect and landscape designer for, amongst others, the Charles River Dam, The Boston Embankment (Boston Esplanade), the Boston Museum of Arts and the Supreme Court Building in New York City.

Guy m. Henrietta Sargent (father Charles S. Sargent,)17 May 1898, Brookline MA.

Guy d. 4 Feb 1927 d. Madeira Islands.

Frederick Eldridge Lowell 30th March 1874, Boston MA.

m. Isabel Pelham Shaw, 30th April 1903, Boston, MA.

d. April 25th 1933, Concord, MA.
















Mary Tunaley Boott


Mary marriage (1) to Francis Boott All Saints, Derby, 25th July, 1805.

Followed by emigration to America where Francis set up the Boston trading partnership Boott and Farrow.


Mary marriage (2) to Jeremiah Lee, Brattleboro, Vermont, 1825. Jeremiah, a merchant and at a later stage U.S. Consul in the Mediterranean, was the grandson of Colonel Jeremiah Lee, a person influential in the American War of Independence. Following marriage, Mary and "Jerry" set up residence in Mt. Vernon St., Boston, close to the Port of Boston. For further details click here.






















The Tunaley Family History

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