STEPHEN GOODYEAR was a colonial deputy governor of Connecticut. He was a resident of New Haven, New Haven, CT. A map of Ancient New Haven shows his dwelling location in square number 4.
His first wife was MARY, whose last name is not known. She sailed in 1646 from New Haven, bound for London, on the ill-fated "Phantom Ship" captained by George Lamberton. The ship was lost at sea, and later immortalized by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, in his poem, "The Phantom Ship."
STEPHEN married second, Mary Lewen, widow of George Lamberton, captain of the Phantom Ship. So STEPHEN
married the widow of the captain of the ship responsible for the death of his first wife.
|children by first wife|
husband SAMUEL WAKEMAN
husband Nathaniel Burr
|children by second wife|
wife Abigail Gibbard
| -1702 |
husband Nathan Smith