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Member From: 1710 - 1734
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- Gender: Male Race: Caucasian
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- Additional Info: Godwin may also be spelled "Godwyn." William Bridger died before the third session convened, and Joseph Godwyn was appointed inspector of tobacco. A Mr. Applewhaite probably succeeded one of them.
|1710-1712||Isle of Wight|
|1712-1714||Isle of Wight|
|1723-1726||Isle of Wight||Public Claims|
|1728-1734||Isle of Wight||Public Claims|
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