Peter Albert Godart1,2

#16419, (1875 - 1946)
FatherHerbert Godart2 (1818 - 1893)
MotherIsabella Ann Taylor2 (c 1836 - 1915)
RelationshipGreat-grandson of Peter Godart
ChartsPeter Godart & Mary Dowson - collapsible 6 generation descendant chart

Children of Peter Albert Godart and Louie Boromar Marsh

BirthPeter Albert Godart was born on 21 Aug 1875 in Acton, Middlesex.3,2
(with Parents) 1881 CensusPeter appeared on the 1881 Census of Acton, Middlesex with his parents. He was 5, a scholar, and born in Acton, Middlesex.3 
BaptismHe was baptized on 23 Mar 1884 in All Saints South Acton, Middlesex. He was the son of Herbert, a carver, and Isabella Ann Godart of 7 Berratts Cottages, Osborne Road, South Acton. His birth was recorded as Aug 21st 1875.2 
MarriageHe married Louie Boromar Marsh on 11 Sep 1898 in St Pancras, London.
Information from the register: Peter Albert Godart, 25, bachelor, fitter, residence 2 Endsleigh Street, father Herbert Godart (deceased), carver;
Louie Marsh, 26, spinster, same address, father William Edward Marsh, lawyer;
They were married after banns and the witnesses were [Peter's brother] Samuel Thomas Godart and Albert Cannon.1 
1901 CensusPeter Albert Godart and Louie Boromar Marsh appeared on the 1901 Census of Paddington, London, at 224 Ashmore Road, enumerated 31 Mar 1901. There are three families at this address; Peter and his family live in 2 rooms. Peter A Godard was 26, worked as a Hydraulic Crane Fitter, and was born in Acton, Middlesex. Louie B was 28 and born in Islington. Their son Arundel Peter Haynes was listed as living with them.4 
1911 CensusPeter and Louie Godart appeared on the 1911 Census of Kilburn, Paddington, London, at 35 Fordingley Road. They had been married 12 years and Louie was the mother of 2 children, both still living. Peter was 38, a carpenter in a wine cellar, and was born in Acton London. Louie was 38 and born in Middlesex London. Their residence had 3 rooms and with them were their sons Arundel (10) and Reginald (3.)5 
Passenger ListPeter and Mrs Godart and their children Arnold [sic] and Reg were listed on a manifest dated 7 Dec 1911 for the Tainui, departing from London for Wellington, New Zealand. Peter's occupation was laborer.6 
MilitaryPeter Albert Godart was on the 1916-1917 New Zealand Army Reserve Rolls. He was a Barman, residence 146 Innes Road, St Albans and was in Class C, which was a reservist with two children.7 
DivorcePeter Albert and Louie were divorced in 1927 in New Zealand.8 
DeathPeter died in 1946 in New Zealand.9
Last Edited22 May 2013


  1. Marriages of St Pancras, London. Register at London Metropolitan Archives. Image viewed at Ancestry. Peter Albert Godart & Louie Marsh, 1898, #362.
  2. Baptisms of All Saints South Acton, Middlesex. Register at London Metropolitan Archives. Image viewed at Ancestry. Peter Albert Godart, 1884, #1989.
  3. 1881 Census for England & Wales, RG11/1355 folio 87.
  4. 1901 Census for England & Wales, RG13/6 folio 71.
  5. 1911 Census for England & Wales, RD 1 SD 1 ED 15 Schedule 338.
  6. UK Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960. Images viewed at Original data: The National Archives of the UK (TNA). Series BT26."Godart family, "Tainui", London to New Zealand, 1911."
  7. New Zealand Army WW1 Reserve Rolls, 1916-1917. Image viewed at Original source: New Zealand Expeditionary Force Reserve – 1916-1919. Microfiche 1-23. BAB Microfilming, Auckland, New Zealand. Peter Albert Godart.
  8. [Wellington] Evening Post, "Divorce Cases to be heard in Wellington Supreme Court" included Peter Albert Godart v. Louie Boma Godart. Issue 98, 22 October 1927, Page 11. Digital image viewed on New Zealand Paper of the Past.
  9. New Zealand Government Indexes to Deaths, at least 50 years ago or greater than age 80,, Peter Albert Godart, age 71, #1946/35620.