The Gould Family of Boston

The Gould Family of Boston


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This work traces the history of the Gould family living in Boston for three hundred years, from 1687 to 1989, for thirteen generations of the name, from Thomas Gould to Lloyd T Gould, born in Boston 28 May 1988. Its purpose is to resolve a long-standing question about the ancestry of a family which was in Boston at the time of the Revolution, that of James Gould,wheelwright for the Revolutionary Army and builder of the first bridge across the Charles River, in 1785-8, and father of Thomas Gould, member of the first Boston City Council in 1827, abolitionist founder of Tremont Temple and his son Thomas who was builder of early Boston railway equipment and stations.

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ISBN-13: 9780881459982
Publisher: Broadway Play Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 04/05/2020
Pages: 648
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 1.30(d)

Table of Contents

I Thomas Gould, Brass Founder of Boston

II Captain William Gould

III Ann Gould Greene, Bibliophile

IV Thomas Gould, Mariner

V James Gould, Bridge builder & Wheelwright

VI Lawrance Family of Dorchester

VII (1) Thomas 5 Gould, Politician & Abolitionist

(2) Public Career

(3) North End Interests

(4) Charlestown Homes & Family

(5) Founding First Integrated Church

(6) Last Years

VIII Ancestry of Sophia Lovis

IX Thomas Gould, Builder 1808-1869

X Lydia Ann Teel Gould 1805-1893

XI T Warren Gould, Textile Merchant

XII Caroline Goddard Gould, 1833-1915

XIII Elias Goddard’s Family

XIV Garran Family

XV Samuel Clifford Gould, 1843-1947

XVI John Hogg (Goddard) Gould

XVII Ida Warren Gould, Librarian

XVIII Douglas Warren Gould, Petroleum Scientist

XIX Warren Gould, 1903-1997

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