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Walter Thomas Gould

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1886 Born in Cardiff[1], son of Thomas Gould, a mason, and his wife Laura[2]

1911 Thomas Gould 48, builder's foreman, lived in Cardiff with Laura Gould 50, Walter J Gould 24. commercial clerk, Mellie E Gould 20, Howard J Gould 15, Dous Irene Gould 11, Maida L Gould 5[3]

1916 Married Elsie Marion Smith in West Bromwich[4]

1917 Manager, of Whitchurch[5]

1920 Formation of Gould Steamships and Industrials

1925 Gould Steamships and Industrials put into liquidation

1939 Walter T Gould, shipowner, lived in Cardiff with Elsie M Gould[6]

1948 Died in Cardiff[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1901 census
  3. 1911 census
  4. BMD
  5. Masonic records
  6. 1939 register
  7. National probate calendar