John Gould was born 1865 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia to James Gould and died 6 February 1933 in "Wendouree", Moate-avenue, Brighton-le-Sands, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Caroline Ellen Prater (1867-1939) 30 October 1889 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.


Offspring of John Gould and Caroline Ellen Prater (1867-1939)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Harold Ernest Gould (1890-1966) 22 March 1890 Victoria, Australia 13 July 1966 Sutherland, New South Wales, Australia Ethel May Keen

Lillian Gould (1892-1985) 23 August 1892 Victoria, Australia 16 October 1985 Ernest Hampson (1888-1944)

Myrtle Dorothy Gould (1894-1978) 9 November 1894 Victoria, Australia 13 June 1978 New South Wales, Australia Robert Meldrum Bowie (1892-1974)

Alfred Leslie Gould (1898-1974) 25 June 1898 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia 18 February 1974 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Clarice May Nelson (1897-1979)

Namesakes of John Alexander Gould (1865-1933)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
John Gould (1430-?)(England)Eleanor Unknown (c1430-?)
John Gould (1635-1710)Missenden, Buckinghamshire, EnglandTopsfield, Essex County, MassachusettsZaccheus Gould (1589-1668)Phebe Deacon (1597-1663)Sarah Baker (1641-1709)
John Gould (c1476-bef1526)Thomas Gould (c1435-1502)Eleanor Of Staverton (c1444-?)Katherine Preston (c1480-1529)
John Alexander Gould (1865-1933)Daylesford, Victoria, Australia"Wendouree", Moate-avenue, Brighton-le-Sands, New South Wales, AustraliaJames GouldCaroline Ellen Prater (1867-1939)
John Alexander Gould (1916-1995)Kingsgrove, New South Wales, AustraliaHarold Ernest Gould (1890-1966)Ethel May KeenMargaret Elizabeth Frew
John Calvin Gould (1821-1850)New YorkHumboldt Sinks, Pershing County, NevadaSamuel Jacob Gould (1778-1869)Sarah Ann Childs (1795-1884)

Footnotes (including sources)

¶ Death
  • GOULD.—February 6, at his residence, Wendouree, Moate-avenue, Brighton-le-Sands, John, beloved husband of Caroline Ellen Gould, suddenly, aged 67.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 7 February 1933, page 8