I hope this msg gets to you. 1841 Census: Barony, Lanarkshire, Parish Shettleston, address: Lightburn (Hugh) Gordon Good, 30, coal miner, born outside county Charlotte Good, 30, born outside county Elizabeth Good, 7, born Lanarkshire (2 Jun 1834), Barony Helen Good, 3, Lanarkshire, (16 Mar 1838), Barony Cathrin Good, 1, Lanarkshire, (17 Jan 1840), Barony John Good, 20, coal miner, born outside county
I also found a marriage in the LDS records for a Gordon Good to Charlotte Huxton on 7 July, 1833, Edinburgh, Midlothian.
Now, the Good line that I am researching is: 1841 Census: Barony, Lanarkshire, Parish Shettleston, address: Barachnie David Good, 30, coal miner, born outside county Isabella (Tait) Good, 35, born outside county John Good, 6, ditto Elizabeth Good, 9, ditto Isabella Good, 12, ditto
Des Garrity who lives in Glasgow can search the Poor Relief records to see if your Good's had filed for Poor Relief.I found that Elizabeth Good had filed in 1870 and did learn a bit more about this family.I learned that David Good drowned by 1843/44 and his wife Isabella may have died before 1851.Isabella and Elizabeth ended up in the Poor House.She wrote of her "aunt Isabella" widow of Gordon Good.Do you know if Gordon had remarried?I don't know what happened to Isabella and Elizabeth in later years.John Good married and his son John Good married Barbara Jean MOWATT, and settled in Hazleton, Luzerne County, PA.
Terry, these two Good families lived very close to each other and may very well be related.Do you have any information on your Hugh Gordon Good and his parents or siblings?Ages listed back then were quite vague and not always down to the exact year.