Annabel Goff, Walled Gardens – Scenes from an Anglo-Irish Childhood, Eland, London, 1990.

Reviewed by Norman E. Gough, S. Staffordshire, UK Annabel Davis-Goff (19 Feb 1942) is the daughter of Sir Ernest William Davis-Goff (1904-80), 3rd Baronet of Glenville, Waterford, and Horetown, Wexford. This charming autobiographical account, which is something of a classic in Goff history, describes her childhood living with landed gentry […]

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The Gift of DNA

by Phillip G. Goff, GGFA DNA Project Manager DNA carries the history of our ancestors dating back hundreds of years for autosomal DNA and thousands of years for YDNA and mtDNA. Owners of such DNA samples, however, pass away typically in less than a hundred years’ time. More often than […]

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Roy Lockhart’s Personal Blog

I’ve been a member of the Goff-Gough Family Association since its beginning. The founders were Herb Evans, Mary Barnard and Pam Pressney. While not a founder, I was in frequent contact with Herb during the organization of the Association and I suggested the name for the newsletter which was adopted […]

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