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Thomas Gould, II of Bovingdon

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Birthplace: Bovingdon,,Hertfordshire,England
Death: Died in Bovingdon,,Hertfordshire,England
Immediate Family:

Son of Thomas Gould and Elenor Gould
Husband of Joan Gould
Father of Thomas Gould, III; Richard Gould; William Gould; John Gould; Henry Gould and 3 others
Brother of William Gould

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About Thomas Gould, II Of Bovingdon

THIS THOMAS GOULD WAS NOT THE SON OF ROBERT GOULD AND IDONEA MYCHELDEVER, THEIR SON WAS BORN 1455 AND DIED May 05, 1502, WHO HAD A SON THOMAS (1472-April 13, 1525) WHO MARRIED EDITH APPLETON .

THIS THOMAS (c.1455-September 28, 1520) IS THE SON OF THOMAS (SON OF JOHN) GOULD AND ELENOR, HE MARRIED JOHAN/JOAN CURTIS, HE DID NOT MARRY EDITH APPLETON.

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  • The ancestry and posterity of Zaccheus Gould of Topsfield : a condensed abstract of the family records (1872)
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    • ABSTRACT OF THE FAMILY RECORD.
  • THOMAS GOULD, of Bovingdon, in the parish of Hemel Hempsted, and county of Hertford, seems to have been born as early as the year 1455. His last will and testament is dated 1520, August 29, and was admitted to probate Sept. 28, thirty days later. In this will he bequeaths property to his wife Joan, and to seven children, five of whom had not attained the age of legal majority. The eldest two children were sons.
  • RICHARD GOULD, of Bovingdon, was the second son of Thomas, above named, and his wife was likewise named Joan. He was born, apparently, not later than 1478, and died in 1531 ; his will being dated August 25th and proved October 11th of that year. His widow died in 1537.
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  • THOMAS GOULD, of Bovingdon, son of Richard and Joan, was born in or before the year 1500. His will is dated in 1546 and was proved in 1547. By his wife, Alice, he had seven children living in the year 1537, and eight at the time of his own death ; only two of them being at that time under eighteen years of age. The first four of these children were sons ; the third being
  • RICHARD GOULD, of Stoke Mandeville, who was born as early as 1530, and married (perhaps as his second wife), Jane, widow of ---- Weden. By her he had two sons, Richard and Henry.
  • RICHARD GOULD, of Bovingdon, born about 1553, was the elder of these sons, and his descendants appear to have been prominent among the early settlers of New England. He was father of
    • 1. Jeremy, who married Priscilla Grover, came to Rhode Island, and after his wife's death returned to England, leaving behind him three sons, the eldest of whom, Daniel, married in 1651 Wait Coggeshall, and became the ancestor of the large and highly respectable family of Goulds of Rhode Island.
    • 2. John, of the "Corner Hall," in Hemel Hempsted, and of King's Langley, — possibly also himself a colonist of New England. His youngest son, Zaccheus, died in New England unmarried, and letters of administration on his estate were granted to his elder sister, Elizabeth, in England. Other children of John also came over.
    • 3. ZACCHEUS, our ancestor, who was born in 1589 and died in 1670 at Topsfleld. The stones may still be seen in the Topsfield cemetery which probably mark the places of burial for himself and his wife Phebe. In company with Messrs. Zaccheus Gould, his descendant of the sixth generation, and Samuel Todd, his descendant in the seventh, I exhumed these stones, hoping to find some inscription, but without success.
  • HENRY GOULD, younger brother of the last named Richard, was born about 1555. His posterity appear to have remained in England, residing mostly in Buckinghamshire, at least for the next three generations.
  • https://archive.org/stream/ancestryposterit00ingoul#page/9/mode/1up
    • FIRST GENERATION.
  • 1. ZACCHEUS GOULD, born about 1589, resided at Hemel Hempsted and Great Missenden, in England, came to New England about 1638, established himself finally at Topsfield, and died there ab. 1670. By his wife Phebe, who died 1663, Sept. 20, he had the following children : —
    • 2. Phebe, bapt. at Hemel Hempsted, 1620, Sept. 27, m. Dea. Thomas Perkins of Topsfield. She was living in 1681.
    • 3. Mary, bapt. at Hemel Hempsted 1621, Dec. 19; m. John Redington of Topsfield.
    • 4. Martha, bapt. at Hemel Hempsted, 1623, June 15 ; m. John Newmarch of Ipswich ; died 1699.
    • 5. Priscilla, m. John Wildes (b. 1620) ; d. 1663, April 16.
    • 6. John, b. 1635, June 10-21; m. 1660, Oct. 12, Sarah Baker; d. 1709-10, Jan. 26.
    • SECOND GENERATION.
  • 2 PHEBE2, dau. of Zaccheus Gould, m. Dea. Thomas PERKINS of Topsfield. He was the son of John and Judith Perkins of Ipswich, was born ab. 1616, and died 1686, May 7, aet. 70. Their children were : [see Geneal. Reg. x. 213, 4.]
    • 7. .... etc.
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  • 3 MARY2, dau. of Zaccheus Gould, m. John REDINGTON, of Topsfield, selectman in 1661. He died 1690, Nov. 15. His children were: [see Gen. Reg. ii, 157.]
    • 15. .... etc.
    • 17. Martha, m. as his 2d. wife, John Gould, Jr. [b. 1648, Aug. 5 ; d. 1712, Jan. 24], son of John and Joanna Gould of Charlestown, Upper Village. This alliance between persons residing so widely apart suggests the possibility of some kinship between the Goulds of Topsfield and those of Stoneham. The children of this marriage were Samuel, Abraham, b. 1692, and Isaac. (See Vinton's "Giles Memorial," p. 170.)
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    • 18. .... etc.
  • 4 MARTHA2, dau. of Zaccheus Gould, m. Johu NEWMARCH of Ipswich, whose will, made 1697, Feb. 14, was proved 1697, April 26. He seems to have been a resident of Ispwich as early as 1638. Their children were :
    • 19. .... etc.
  • 5 PRISCILLA2, dau. of Zaccheus Gould, m. John WILDES of Topsfield, b. 1620, the same whose second wife, Sarah (Averill) married, 1663, Nov. 23, suffered in 1692 from the witchcraft persecutions. [See Gen. Reg. viii, 167.] Their children were :
    • 25. .... etc.
  • 6 JOHN2 GOULD, born 1635, June 10-21, only son of Zaccheus, m. 1660, Oct. 12, Sarah, dau. of John Baker. She was born 1641, March 9, died
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  • 1708-9, Jan. 20. For an account of his imprisonment for alleged treason against the government of Dudley, see 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. viii, 150-154. Children :
    • 33. .... etc.

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  • Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of Boston and eastern Massachusetts (1908) Vol. II
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  • Thomas Gould, earliest ancestor of this family of which there is any definite knowledge, was born probably not later than 1455. He spelled his name Goold, and we find various spellings, Golde, Goold, Goolde, Gowle, and Gould, the present form of the surname. He lived at Bovingdon, a small village of Hertfordshire, England, still a chapelry in the parish of Hemel Hempstead, about twenty-four miles northwest of London. His will was proved September 28, 1520, at the Archdeacon's court at Huntingdon, now Peterborough. He married Johan ---- , who was co-executrix of his will, and who was perhaps his second wife, as five children were minors in 1520. Children: 1. Thomas, born about 1477; executor 1520; overseer 1537; witness 1545. 2. Richard, born about 1479; mentioned below. 3. John, born about 1500. 4. Alice, born about 1502. 5. William, born about 1504; married Margaret ---- . 6. Henry, born about 1506. 7. Joan, not nineteen in 1520.
  • (II) Richard Gould (Gowle), son of Thomas Gould (1), lived at Bovingdon and Stoke Mandeville, a village about twelve miles distant. His will was dated April 25 and proved October 11, 1531. There is a tablet in Bovingdon church to the memory of him and his wife Joan, whose will was made January 12, 1536-37, and proved February 7 the same year. Children: 1. Thomas, born about 1500. mentioned below. 2. John, born about 1504; married Alice ---- ; died without issue.
  • (III) Thomas Gould (Goolde), son of Richard Gould (2), was born about 1500, and was named in his father's will. He lived at Bovingdon. His will was dated June 28, 1546, and proved November 23, 1547. He married Alice ---- . Children: 1. Thomas, .... etc.
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  • Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of Boston and eastern Massachusetts (1908) Volume 1 By William Richard Cutter
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  • Thomas Goold was born probably not later than 1455, and is the first of this name of whom there is any definite knowledge. The name was spelled in many ways — Goold, Golde, Goolde, Gowle, Gold and Gould being some of the forms, the last being the present spelling. He lived at Bovingdon, Hertfordshire. England, still a chapelry in the parish of Hempstead, about twenty-four miles northwest of London. His will was proved September 28, 1520, at the archdeacon's court of Huntington, now Peterborough. He married Joan ---- , who was co-executrix of his will, and perhaps his second wife, as five children were minors in 1520. Children: 1. Thomas, born about 1477; executor 1520; overseer 1537 : witness 1545. 2. Richard, born about 1479: mentioned below. 3. John, born about 1500. 4. Alice, born about 1502. 5. William, born about 1504 ; married Margaret ---- . 6. Henry, born about 1506. 7. John, not nineteen in 1520.
  • (I THINK 7. SHOULD BE JOAN INSTEAD OF JOHN.)
  • (II) Richard Gowle, son of Thomas Goold, lived at Bovingdon and Stoke Mandeville. His will was dated April 25, and proved October 11, 1531. There is a tablet at Bovingdon church to the memory of him and his wife, Joan, whose will was made January 12, 1736-7, proved February 7 of the same year. Children: 1. Thomas, born about 1500; mentioned below. 2. John, born about 1504; married Alice ---- ; died without issue.
  • (III) Thomas Goolde, son of Richard Gowle, born about 1500, was named in his father's will. He lived at Bovingdon. His will was dated June 28, 1546, and proved November 23, 1547. He married Alice ---- . Children: 1. Thomas, born about 1520-1 ; executor 1546; died 1561; married Alice (Clerke?). 2. John, the elder, in his father's will 1546, and in his uncle's 1559. 3. Richard, born about 1530; mentioned below. 4. Joan, of age 1546. 5. Agnes, of age 1546. 6. Elizabeth, born before 1537. 7. Bridget, not eighteen in 1546. 8. John, the younger, born about 1538.
  • (IV) Richard Gold, son of Thomas Goolde, was born about 1530. He lived at Bovingdon and Stoke Mandeville. His will, dated December 4, 1558, at Stoke Mandeville, signified his desire to be buried at Bovingdon. He married Jane Weeden, widow. Children: 1. Henry, of Chalfont, St. Peter ; died 1605 ; married Alice ---- . 2. Richard, mentioned below.
  • (V) Richard Gould, son of Richard Gold, born about 1553, is recorded as of Bovingdon. Children: 1. Richard, born about 1578; died 1629 ; married Mary ---- . 2. Jeremy, born about 1581 ; died 1654?; married Judith ---- . 3. Zaccheus, mentioned below.
  • (VI) Zaccheus Gould, son of Richard Gould, was born in 1589, according to his own deposition. He resided in Hemel Hempsted and Missenden prior to his emigration to New Eng-
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  • land about 1638. He settled first in Lynn, then Ipswich. His brother Jeremy settled in Weymouth, and removed to Rhode Island. Zaccheus removed finally to Topsfield, Massachusetts, being one of the original settlers, and acquired a large landed estate. He died in 1670. He married Phoebe Deacon, who died November 20. 1663. Children: 1. Phebe, married Thomas Perkins. 2. Mary, married John Reddington. 3. Martha, married John Mewmarch. 4. Priscilla. 5. John, mentioned below.
  • (VII) Captain John Gould, son of Zaccheus Gould, was born in England, June 10-21, 1635. He was prominent in public afifairs, and was imprisoned for his outspoken opposition to Governor Andros. He married October 12, 1660. Sarah Baker. born March 9, 1641, daughter of John Baker. He died January 20, 1708-9. Children: 1. John, mentioned below. 2. Sarah. 3. Thomas. 4. Samuel. 5. Zaccheus. 6. Priscilla. 7. Joseph. 8. Mary.
  • (VIII) Ensign John Gould, son of Captain John Gould. born in Topsfield. December 1. 1662, died November 5, 1724; married first, November 10, 1684, Phebe, daughter of John and Phebe French, granddaughter of Ensign Thomas French, who died in 1696. Children, born at Topsfield : 1. John. 2. Mary. 3. Nathaniel. 4. Sarah. 5. Hannah. 6. Daniel, mentioned below. 7. David. 8. Solomon. 9. Lydia.
  • (IX) .... etc.

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  • Historic homes and places and genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of Middlesex County, Massachusetts ; (1908) Vol. 4 edited by William Richard Cutter
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  • Thomas Goold was born probably not later than 1455, and is the first of this name of whom there is any definite knowledge. The name was spelled in many ways — Goold, Golde, Goolde, Gowle, Gold and Gould being some of the forms, the last being the present spelling. He lived at Bovingdon, a small village of Hertfordshire, England, still a chapelry in the parish of Hempstead, about twenty-four miles northwest of London. His will was proved September 28, 1520, at the archdeacon's court of Huntington, now Peterborough. He married Joan ---- , who was co-executrix of his will, and perhaps his second wife, as five children were minors in 1520. Children: 1. Thomas, born about 1477; executor 1520; overseer 1537 : witness 1545. 2. Richard, born about 1479: mentioned below. 3. John, born about 1500. 4. Alice, born about 1502. 5. William, born about 1504 ; married Margaret ---- . 6. Henry, born about 1506. 7. Joan, not nineteen in 1520.
  • (II) Richard Gowle, son of Thomas Goold (1), lived at Bovingdon and Stoke Mandeville, a village about twelve miles distant. His will was dated April 25, and proved October 11, 1531. There is a tablet at Bovingdon church to the memory of him and his wife, Joan, whose will was made January 12,
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  • 1736-7, proved February 7 of the same year. Children: 1. Thomas, born about 1500; mentioned below. 2. John, born about 1504; married Alice ---- ; died without issue.
  • (III) Thomas Goolde, son of Richard Gowle (2), born about 1500, was named in his father's will. He lived at Bovingdon. His will was dated June 28, 1546, and proved November 23, 1547. He married Alice ---- . Children: 1. Thomas, born about 1520 ; executor 1546; died 1561; married Alice (Clerke?). 2. John, the elder, in his father's will 1546, and in his uncle's 1559. 3. Richard, mentioned below. 4. Joan, of age 1546. 5. Agnes, of age 1546. 6. Elizabeth, born before 1537. 7. Bridget, not eighteen in 1546. 8. John, the younger, born about 1538.
  • (IV) Richard Gold, son of Thomas Goolde (3), was born about 1530, lived at Bovingdon and Stoke Mandeville. His will, dated December 4, 1558, at Stoke Mandeville, signified his desire to be buried at Bovingdon. He married Jane, widow of ---- Weeden. Children: 1. Henry, of Chalfont, St. Peter ; died 1605 ; married Alice ---- . 2. Richard, mentioned below.
  • (V) Richard Gould, son of Richard Gold (4), born about 1553, is recorded as of Bovingdon. Children: 1. Richard, born about 1578; died 1629 ; married Mary ---- . 2. Jeremy (or John), born about 1581 ; died 1654?; married Judith ---- . 3. Zaccheus, mentioned below.
  • (VI) Zaccheus Gould, son of Richard Gould (5), was born in 1589, resided in Hemel Hempsted and Missenden prior to his emigration to New England about 1638. He settled first in Lynn, then Ipswich. His brother Jeremy settled in Weymouth, and removed to Rhode Island. Zaccheus removed finally to Topsfield, Massachusetts, being one of the original settlers, and acquired a large landed estate. He died in 1670. He married Phoebe Deacon, who died November 20. 1663. Children: 1. Phebe, married Thomas Perkins. 2. Mary, married John Reddington. 3. Martha, married John Newmarch. 4. Priscilla. 5. John, mentioned below.
  • (VII) Captain John Gould, son of Zaccheus Gould (6), was born in England, June 10-21, 1635. He was prominent in public afifairs, and was imprisoned for his outspoken opposition to Governor Andros. He married October 12, 1660, Sarah Baker, born March 9, 1641, daughter of John Baker. He died January 20, 1708-9. Children: 1. John, mentioned below. 2. Sarah. 3. Thomas. 4. Samuel. 5. Zaccheus. 6. Priscilla. 7. Joseph. 8. Mary.
  • (VIII) Ensign John Gould, son of Captain John Gould (7), born in Topsfield, December 1, 1662, died November 5, 1724; married first, November 10, 1684, Phebe, daughter of John and Phebe French, granddaughter of Ensign Thomas French, who died in 1696. Children, born at Topsfield : 1. John. 2. Mary. 3. Nathaniel. 4. Sarah. 5. Hannah. 6. Daniel. 7. David. 8. Solomon, mentioned below. 9. Lydia.
  • (IX) .... etc.

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  • Thomas Gould1
  • M, #155437, b. circa 1455
  • Thomas Gould was born circa 1455 at of Bovington, Hertfordshire, England.1 He married Joan Curtis circa 1478 at England.1
  • Family Joan Curtis b. c 1457
  • Child
    • Richard Gould+1 b. c 1480, d. 29 Aug 1531
  • Citations
  • 1.[S11674] Genealogy.com, Ancestors of Stanley Elmer Allen.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p5176.htm#i155437

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1. Name: The name GOOLD, GOOLDE, GOLD, GOLDE, and GOULD can be traced in England to an early period, the family being of that ancient Normandy stock which was transplanted to English soil with the coming of William the Conqueror.

John Gole or Gold was a crusader of the 13th century. Collinson in History of Amersetshire (2:172) gives the following account of him:

us gave him an estate in Scarborough (by deed still extant) about 1229In the time of Henry III, Ralph de Vallibus, being obliged to send men in the service of the King when he undertook a crusade to the Holy Land, amongst others despatched on

John Gole out of his manor of Scarborough, who went, accordingly, to Jerusalem, and was present at the siege of Damieta (1217) where he fought valiantly; and after his return, as a reward for his merits, this Ralph de Vallib.

The Goulds are descended form this John Gole, granted an estate in the County of Somersetshire for his valor. Various branches of the family figure extensively in the annals of that county, as well as Hertford, Devon, Buckingham, and London.

Some held important offices in the army and navy, others were prominent as merchants, bankers, and members of the learned professions.

In 1235 a branch of the Gould family was seated at Bovington, Hertfordshire, and from the middle of the 15th century the line can be traced without interruption from Thomas Gould of that place, born about 1455, through Richard, whose memorial tablet of brass in the Bovington church contains the following: "Of your charitie pray for the soul of Rychard Gold and Joan his wife, which Ric. deceased ye xxiv day of August in 1531, whose soul Jehu pardon," Thomas, who died in 1547, Richard who died in 1558, and Richard born about 1553 who remove to the parish of Chesham, County Bucks, to the immigrant sons, Zaccheus and Jeremy who came to New England.

THOMAS GOULD, of Bovingdon, in the parish of Hemel Hempsted, and county of Hertford, seems to have been born as early as the year 1455. His last will and testament is dated 1520, August 29, and was admitted to probate Sept. 28, thirty days later. In this will he bequeaths property to his wife Joan, and to seven children, five of whom had not attained the age of legal majority. The eldest two children were sons.

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Thomas GOULD died 29 Aug 1520 in Bovingdon, Herts, England. He lived in Hemel Hempsted & Hertford County. His will was dated 29 Aug 1520 & proved 28 Sep 1520. At the Archdeacons court of Huntingdon, but now at Peterborough is as follows: In dei noie ame. In the yere of o Lord MCCCCCXX the xxix day of August I Thomas Goold of Bovingten the elder in good myne and hole memory make my testament and last will as in man followeth First I bequeth my sowle to almyghty and to e blissed lady saint Mary and to all the holy copany of Hevyn my body to be buryyd in the church yard of saint Laurence at Bovyngton Itm I bequeth to the high aulter ij Itm to the moder church of Lincoln vj Itm to the rood light xij Itm to o ladys light xij Itm to saint Laurence light xij To saint Lenards light viij Itm to saint Nicholas light viij Itm to the mayntaynyng of the torches vj viij Itm to the gildyng of saint Laurence tabernacle v niks . I will have a prest syngyng for my sowle helth ii yers . Itm I bequeth to Richard Goold my sonn a gray horse a long cart a muk cart a qt whet a cow vj shepe ii acre wood in langley bury wood ve tymber [at the] howse wherein I dwelt sntyme myself ve spoks a plough and the gerys that longith thereto. Itm I bequeth to John Goold my Sonne x mks of lawfull money to be payd by the age of xxjyeris. A bullok and vj shepe . Itm I bequeth to Alys my Daughter x mks of lawfull money to be payd at the age of xix yerys if she erst mary erst to have it.

He bequeaths property to his wife Joan & 7 children. Bovingdon is a large village situated on the edge of the Chiltern Hills near Hemel Hempstead. It's just in Hertfordshire, but is right on the Buckinghamshire border.

Source: Hertfordshire, England - Ancestor's Stories

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~debbie/stories/eherts.html

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   Name 	Thomas Gould  [3] 
   Born 	1455  	Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Herford, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [3] 
   Gender 	Male 
   Died 	28 Sep 1520  	Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Herford, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [3] 
   Person ID 	I22978  	Full Tree | Larson
   Last Modified 	27 Sep 2013 
   Father 	John Gould Click to preview: John Gould,   b. Abt 1430, Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Herford, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown 
   Mother 	Mrs. John Gould Click to preview: Mrs. John Gould,   b. Abt 1434, of Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Herford, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown 
   Married 	Abt 1454  	of Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Herford, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [3] 
   Family ID 	F53053  	Group Sheet
   Family 	Joan Curtis Click to preview: Joan Curtis,   b. 1457, Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Herford, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 1510 and 1552  (Age 53 years) 
   Married 	1476  	Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Herford, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
   Children  	
    	1. Thomas Gould Click to preview: Thomas Gould,   b. Abt 1477, of Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Hertford, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
   +	2. Richard Gould Click to preview: Richard Gould,   b. Abt 1479, of, Stoke Mandeville, Buckingham, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 25 Apr 1531, Peterborough, , Northampton, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 52 years)
    	3. John Gould Click to preview: John Gould,   b. Abt 1480, of Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Hertford, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
   +	4. William Gould Click to preview: William Gould,   b. Abt 1484, of Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Hertford, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
    	5. Henry Gould Click to preview: Henry Gould,   b. Abt 1486, of Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Hertford, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
    	6. Alice Gould Click to preview: Alice Gould,   b. Abt 1488, of Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Hertford, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
    	7. Joan Gould Click to preview: Joan Gould,   b. Abt 1490, of Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Hertford, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown

_________________________ -------------------- Lived in: Hemel Hempstead Bovingdon Stokes Manderville Buckshire

Children John Alice William Henry Joan Richard - Next direct line Thomas

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Thomas Gould, II Of Bovingdon's Timeline

1455
1455
Bovingdon,,Hertfordshire,England
1476
1476
Age 21
Bovington, Hemel Hempstead, Hertford, England
1477
1477
Age 22
Of, Bovingdon, Buckinghamshire, England
1479
1479
Age 24
Bovingdon Parish Chesham, Buchingham, England
1500
1500
Age 45
1502
1502
Age 47
1504
1504
Age 49
Of, Bovingdon, Buckinghamshire, England
1506
1506
Age 51
Bovington, Hemel Hempstead, Herts, Eng.
1508
1508
Age 53
Of, Bovingdon, Buckinghamshire, England
1520
September 28, 1520
Age 65
Bovingdon,,Hertfordshire,England