If anyone is still interested in this thread, I have a Daniell Goodin in Kent Co. in 1706.He married one of my Flowers after her husband John died.The name is also spelled Gooden. He had sons named Joseph and Moses. "15 May 1706.Deed.Daniell Goodin of Kent Co., cordwinder (cordwainer), and Elizabeth his wife relict and adminr. of John Flowers late of same Co., decd...wheras John Flowers at the time of his decease was indebted unto divers persons and left behind him severall young children to the nurture and education of said Elizabeth... at a court held 8 May 1705 by her petition, land belonging to John Flowers decd. be sold to pay debts ..."Wit. Thomas French, John Clark.Ackn. 14 May 1706.(D:p. 61) (Kent Co. Delaware Land Records, v. 2, 1702-1722, p. 12) WILL/PROBATE:Folio 69 (Sorry, I didn't record the Book--either F or G)"Daniel Gooding, yeoman.02/22/1724.Letters of administration are granted to Elizabeth Gooding, widow, on the goods, chattels, credits, etc. belonging to Daniel Gooding, yeoman, deceased, who--it is affirmed--died intestate."(Kent County, Delaware Wills and Administrations.Will books F & G, 1718-1729, p. 68) I wonder if this is the same family.They lived in Murderkill Hundred.