Lulu Edna Cadwell (December 11, 1881 - April 13, 1980) was a resident of Clinton, Connecticut, and the wife of real estate developer in West Hartford, Wallace B. Goodwin. She was born on December 11, 1881 in Albion, Pennsylvania, the daughter of John P. Cadwell and Emma Salisbury. In her early years, she moved with her family to Elmwood in West Hartford, Connecticut.
On December 24, 1903, she married her first husband, Amos Leslie Towle of Farmington at her parents' home. She was dressed in white chiffon over taffeta with point lace and carried a bouquet of twenty American Beauty roses with ferns. After the ceremony, she was presented with beautiful gifts of silver and cut glass. The couple embarked on a brief trip, from which they returned to live in Torrington, Connecticut. They had one child, listed below. In September 1910, tensions between their marriage resulted in a complete separation in terms of living conditions for eighteen months. On December 23, 1911, Lulu discovered that her husband, Amos, was having an affair with another woman. She immediately filed for divorce for improper conduct with another woman, a claim that was granted in late March 1912. During the proceedings, she refused to live with her husband. After it was granted, she was completely removed from her husband and custody of her child was accepted.
On December 19, 1915, she married Wallace B. Goodwin, a real estate developer in Elmwood, West Hartford. They embarked on a trip afterwards and returned at the beginning of 1916 to 71 Freeman Street off of Maple Avenue in Hartford, Connecticut, where they made their home.
She died on April 13, 1980 at Ferry Point Convalescent Hospital in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. She had lived on Waterside Lane in Clinton.