Goffe is a surname, and may refer to:

  • John Goffe, Colonial American soldier
  • Lloyd Goffe, motorcycle speedway rider
  • Rusty Goffe
  • Stephen Goffe
  • Thomas Goffe, Jacobean dramatist
  • William Goffe, English Regicide

Other articles related to "goffe":

List Of New Hampshire Historical Markers (101–125) - Markers 101 To 125 - 102. John Goffe
... is considered the site of Squire John Goffe's log homestead on Bowman's Brook ... John Goffe's Mill, now part of the motel complex across the road, was built in 1744 by his grandson, Major John, rebuilt in 1834 by his great grandson, Theodore, following a fire, and ... history, the family name was given to neighboring Goffstown and Goffe's Falls ...
Lloyd Goffe
... Lloyd Goffe (born 30 January 1913 in Reading - died 1984) was a British motorcycle speedway rider ... Goffe began his racing career in 1934 at the sand track in the resort of California near Wokingham, riding for prize money ... After the end of the war, Goffe joined the Wimbledon Dons in 1946 ...
Angel Of Hadley - Factual Background - William Goffe
... William Goffe was a Parliamentarian military officer during the English Civil War of the 1640s ... Goffe and his father-in-law Edward Whalley, another regicide, fled to New England ... Goffe and Whalley fled to the New Haven Colony, where John Davenport, a sympathetic minister, sheltered them for a time, and the political leadership ...
Stephen Goffe - Life
... Goffe was educated at Merton College, Oxford, becoming M.A ... Subsequently Henry Jermyn, 1st Earl of St Albans obtained Goffe's appointment as one of the chaplains to Charles I of England, in which capacity he was created D.D ... During the Civil War Goffe was arrested and charged with attempting to rescue the king, then a prisoner at Hampton Court ...