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George Daniel Gould

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George Daniel Gould (c1838-1911) of Gould Brothers

Born at Exeter the son of William Gould, a Coach Builder.

1881 Living at (?) House, Pinhoe, Exeter: George Gould (age 42 born Exeter), Coach Maker (Master). With his wife Emmeline Gould (age 43 born Exeter) and their four Children; Emmeline E. Gould (age 13 born Exeter); George E. Gould (age 12 born Exeter); Frederic Wm. Gould (age 10 born Exeter); and Charles N. Gould (age 8 born Exeter).[1]

1891 Living at Hillsdon, Pennsylvania, Exeter: George Gould (age 53 born born Exeter), Coach Builder - Employer. With his wife Emmeline Gould (age 54 born Exeter) and their three children; Emmeline Ellen Gould (age 23 born Exeter); Ernest Gould (age 22 born Exeter), Coach Builder (Assistant); and Charles Gould (age 18 born Exeter), Chemist (Apprentice).[2]

1911 March 21st. Died. Of San Remo, Dawlish. Probate to Frederick William Gould, Coach Builder, and Charles Norman Gould, Chemist.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1891 Census