2021-08-04 16:29:58 UTC
Surely this Grizzell Goldsborough who went to New England must be the wife of Mass. Deputy Governor Francis Willoughby's son Rev. Jonathan Willoughby (b. ca. 1635), who is said to have married 1661 in England to "Grizzle Goldesborough, .... daughter of John and Anne Goldesborough of Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire," and returned briefly to New England.
A pedigree chart in the Goldesborough Memorials (p. 147 -149) shows Capell and his sister Grizell to be children of John Goldesborough of Godmanchester, Hunts., who died March 1639/40, by his wife "Anne, natural dau. of Sir Robert Payne, Kt."
Their father John Goldsborough is this Member of Parliament:
The pedigree chart shows Capell and Grizzle with an older sister Lucy Goldesborough. I suggest she is the Lucy Goldsborough said to have married Samuel Bellingham, son of Mass. Deputy Governor Richard Bellingham. This match is shown in A. L. Maddison's _Lincolnshire Pedigrees_ and repeated in the _Great Migration_ sketch of Bellingham:
I'm unsure about any descendants of these women. After a brief period spent preaching in Connecticut, the Rev. Jonathan Willoughby returned to England by about 1670, going to a position at Reepham, Lincolnshire, per Oxford University records (he was "incorporated" at Oxford based on attendance at Harvard College). This is also confirmed by Jonathan and Grizzell Willoughby having a few children at Reepham in the 1670s per IGI, including one called Goldisborough Willoughby.