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Ernest George Gould

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Ernest George Gould (1869- )

1901 Living at 22 St. Johns Road, Heavitree, Exeter: Ernest G. Gould (age 32 born Exeter), Carriage Manufacturer - Employer, With his wife Kathleen A. Gould (age 28 born Darlington) and their two children Monica Gould (age 2 born Transvaal) and Roland Gould (age 1 born Exeter). One servant.[1]

1905 Ernest Gould drove a Humber 10-12hp car from Exeter to Hyde Park and return without a stop and in sixteen hours.[2]

1906 Ernest George Gould, of Exeter, motor expert[3]

1908 'Mr. Ernest Gould, of Southernhay, Exeter, commences his annual 24 hours' reliability run on Friday evening next, starting from the London Hotel Square at 7 o'clock. For this year's trial a 25-35 h.p. Darracq has been selected...'[4]

1911 Living at 14 Devonshire Place, Exeter: Ernest George Gould (age 42 born Exeter), Motor manufacturer (master) - Employer. With his wife Kathleen Gould (age 38 born Darlington) and their two children Monica Gould (age 12 born Johannesburg, S. Africa) and Ronald Gould (age 11 born Exeter). One servant.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. The Autocar 1911/01/21
  3. Western Times - Saturday 13 October 1906
  4. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Tuesday 21 July 1908
  5. 1911 Census