Maude Elmore Goodwin (October 27, 1875 - June 7, 1964) was an Elmwood, West Hartford, Connecticut resident and the granddaughter of Harvey Goodwin, the founder of the Goodwin Pottery company in West Hartford. She was born on October 27, 1875 to Wilbur E. Goodwin and Ella Waters in Elmwood. She received her primary schooling in the region and married Thomas E. Waghorn on September 27, 1899 at the age of 24. On March 4, 1913, she threw a "500" party in her home on New Britain Avenue.
However, in the winter of 1920, her husband was killed in a car accident under the railroad bridge in Elmwood.
She lived in the Hartford area all her life and was a member of the Central Baptist Church and Liberty Rebekah Lodge No. 61, IOOF. On June 7, 1964, she died at Hartford Hospital, leaving no children but several nieces and nephews, as well as her brother-in-law.
Goodwin married Thomas E. Waghorn on September 27, 1899 at the age of 24. The wedding was celebrated at the home of her father on New Britain Avenue in Elmwood. She was gowned in white lace over white silk and the couple stood under a beautiful arch of smilax and sweet pens. The house was prettily decorated with palms, potted plants, and other ornaments. About 60 guests were present from the surrounding area. After a trip to New York, the couple lived together in West Hartford.