When the three Goodenow brothers decided to leave the West Country,  they did not depart before convincing their unmarried sister Ursula to come with them.   (Virginia DeJohn Anderson, "New England's Generation: The Great Migration and the Formation of Society and Culture in the Seventeenth Century" Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1991 page 22)  "Immigration April 24, 1638 in the Confidence.  Her will dated 19 April 1653 mentions sister Dorothy Ruddock, brothers Edmund, John, Thomas, nephew John, son of Edmund, nephew Samuel, son of Thomas, and the children of a dau of John."   (Goodenows who Originated in Sudbury, Massachusetts 1638 A.D.- Theodore James Fleming Banvard)