I have a very old book called the memoirs of Commodore Goodenough on the front it has the two family coat of arms one of which was described by James Goodenough. It has been some time since I read the book but I think Commodore Goodenough's first name was Samuel and his father was a Bishop. The book is signed by his widow in 1870 or 76. Even though he was a Commodore (one rank below Admiral) he was given special dispensation to captain ships, noteably to Aus and the Southern Oceans. He founded an Island of S. America which did not show on a map and named it Goodenough Isle (now been re-named by Chile. His death was a tragic accident (native tribesman's Spear-tetenus) and was given a State Funeral in Sydney Aus. A bust of him was errected. Not sure why his remains did not return to UK. I know he was Govt. or Queens representative whilst in Aus.I think he must be 4-5 grandfather of mine. The book has been handed down the generations.