4th Edition (January 2001)
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(1a) Thomas, bur.24 Jan 1732/3.
He m.2ndly 30 Sept 1734, Elizabeth, widow of ... GREEN, who was bur.17 Nov 1752, leaving issue by her first husb. He d. Apr 1774, bequeathing his estates to his wife's great grandson,
Ralph GOUGH, Grocer of 7 Lichfield St. Wolverhampton & of Gospel End, Sedgley, Staffs; also Druggist, Tea Dealer, Spirit Merchant & Paper Dealer; only surviving son, by his first wife Elizabeth GREEN, of Edward GOUGH of Wolverhampton (see next pedigree); bapt.24 Jun 1768, m. by licence at Wolverhampton, 14 Apr 1793, Ann, dau. of Robert DICKINSON, Cooper of High Green, Wolverhampton & of Wombourn, Staffs, by whom he had issue:
(1a) Ralph, of whom presently.
(2a) Robert, b.6 Oct 1797, bur.30 Aug 1799.
(1a) Elizabeth, b.11 Jan 1794, m. by licence at Wolverhampton, 3 Aug 1818, Joseph FOSTER (dsp.4 July 1861), Solicitor & Alderman of King St. & Penn Rd. Wolverhampton, d.27 Jan 1869 at Graiseley nr. Wolverhampton & was bur. in Merridale Cem. Wolverhampton, where a Monument was erected.
(2a) Ann, b.29 Oct 1800, bur.28 Apr 1804.
(3a) Mary Ann, b.12 Mar 1806, d.16 May 1814, bur. at Wombourn.
(4a) Jane, bapt.25 Jan 1813, bur.9 June 1814 at Wombourn aged 5.
Mr Ralph GOUGH d.4 Apr 1819 & was bur. at Wombourn. His widow Mrs Ann GOUGH lived at Bossgate, Wombourn (1830-35), Cleveland Place, Wolverhampton (1838) & Temple St. Wolverhampton (1841) & d.19 Nov 1841.
Ralph GOUGH, Grocer & Tea Dealer of Lichfield St. Wolverhampton (1816-23), Wholesale Grocer of St. James Square, Wolverhampton (1827-29); lived at Tettenhall (1821), at Heath House, Wombourn (1830-38) & at Gorsebrook House, Oxley, Bushbury, Staffs (1838-75); b.1 Apr 1795, m.14 Mar 1821, Catherine (d.7 Jan 1874), dau. of John TUNNICLIFF of Eccleshall, Staffs, by whom he had issue:
(1a) Ralph Dickinson, of whom presently.
(2a) Edmund Tunnicliff, bapt.18 Sept 1823, bur.27 Aug 1824 at Wombourn.
(3a) Frederick Foster, who succeeded his brother.
(4a) Howard England Tunnicliff (Rev.) of Colwall Court, Herefs, Incumbent of Yealand Conyers, Lancs (1854-61) & Hartshill, Staffs (1861-67); bapt.26 Jan 1828, educ. St. John's College, Cambridge (matric.1848, BA 1852, MA 1861); Deacon 1852, Curate of St. Matthew's Wolverhampton (1853), Priest 1853; m.29 Mar 1854, Julia Mead, ygr dau. of Rev. William Asteley CAVE-BROWN-CAVE of Stretten-en-le-Field, Derbs & d. at St. Helier, Jersey, 18 Jan 1867, leaving issue:
(1b) Charles Howard (Rev.), Perp. Cur. of St James, Jersey (1885-96) living at 49 Colomberie, St. Helier (1891), Rector of Stretten-en-le-Field (1896-99), Vicar of St. Michael's, Handsworth (1899-1907), Rector of St. Martin's, Worcester (1907-21) & Vicar of Old Sodbury, nr. Bristol (1921-28); b.5 Mar 1858 at Torquay, educ. Salisbury Theological College, Deacon 1882, Curate of Longridge, Lancs (1882-83), Priest 1883, Curate of St. Helier, Jersey (1883-85), m.1883 Elizabeth Anne (d.11 June 1932), dau. of John JACKSON of Longridge; retired to the Homes of St. Barnabas, Dormans, Surrey (1928-33) & d.7 Dec 1933, leaving issue:
(1c) Francis Wilmot, b.1884, m. Frances Edith Carrington, dau. of ..., by whom he left issue:
(1d) Howard, of 10 Matapan Rd. Auckland, New Zealand (1958).
(1d) Hilda Margaret Mary.
(3c) Asteley William, Secretary of 32 Milton Rd. Napier, New Zealand (1953).
(4c) Charles Wenman.
(1c) Hilda Margaret, of Hill Brow, 43 Alexandra Rd. Malvern, Worcs. (1940-54), d.unm.20 Apr 1954.
(2b) Frederick Herbert, General Merchant's Clerk of Highbury, London (1881); Coal, Coke and Seed Merchant of 16 Belle Vue, Priory Rd. Hastings (1896-99) & of 4 Penrhyn terr. Hastings (1900); b.11 Apr 1861, m.1882 in Middx, Elizabeth Harriet Grace, dau. of ... & d.12 Aug 1900 at Zuürfontein Farm, Kroonstad, South Africa, leaving issue:
(1c) Mabel Julia.
His widow Mrs Bessie GOUGH later lived at Newton House, 107 Mt. Pleasant Rd. Hastings (1902-05).
(3b) Alfred William (Rev.) of Gorse Cliff, Nefyn, Caerns; Vicar of St. Matthew's, Millbrook, Jersey (1891-92), of Holy Trinity, Wakefield (1892-93), of St. John's, Highbury Vale (1893-99) & of Brompton, London (1899-1931); b.18 Dec 1862, educ. Merchant Taylors (1876-82) & St. John's Coll. Oxford (matric.1882, BA 1885, MA 1889), Deacon 1885, Cur. of Doncaster (1885-86), Priest 1886, Cur. of Stokesley, Yorks (1886-88) & of St. Paul, Sculcoates, Hull (1888-91), m.1891, Adeline Anna (d.21 Feb 1933), dau. of J. COCKS of Shipdham, Norfolk & d.7 Oct 1931, leaving issue:
(1c) Alfred Wilmot, d.1898.
(2c) Fitzherbert Charles Gerard of Gorse Cliff, Farmer, b.20 Dec 1899, educ. Eton & Balliol Coll. Oxford (matric.1919, BA 1922), d.unm.12 Jan 1986.
(4b) Walter Ralph (Rev.), Vicar of St. James, Higher Sutton (1904-18), Temp. Chaplain to the Forces (1916-20), Rector of Castle Eden, Durham (1921-24) & Vicar of Leck, Kirkby Lonsdale (1924-35); lived at Cumberland House, 51 Earls Court Sq.(1936-41) & at Stoughton Vicarage, Guildford (1944); b.21 Oct 1864, Art Student, London (1891), educ. St.Edmund Hall, Oxford (BA 1896, MA 1899), Deacon 1896, Cur. of St. James, Didsbury, nr. Manchester (1896-98), Priest 1898, Cur. of St. Michael's, Blackburn (1898-1901) & of Lytham, Lancs (1901-04), m.1899, Agnes Margeret (d.16 Aug 1931), dau. of Rev. R. TONGE, Canon of Manchester & d.9 Oct 1944, leaving issue:
(1c) Cecil Ralph, d.1902.
(1c) Margaret Louisa, Teacher, b.10 Dec 1900, educ. Girton Coll. Cambridge, m.4 Oct 1930, Edward Kent WATKINS of 40 Birkett Rd. Rondebosch, Cape Town, South Africa (1948) & had issue, a dau.
(2c) Cicely Adelaide of Hill Farm Bungalow, Froxfield, Petersfield, Hants (1953-70), b.1906, d.unm.29 Mar 1970.
(5b) Arthur Cecil (Rev.), Rector of Clay Coton, nr. Rugby (1898-1927); lived at Orchard View, Benfield Estate, Rugby (1927-38) & at 26 Rowland St. Rugby (1938-39), b.8 June 1866, educ. Merchant Taylors (1878-85) & Wadham Coll. Oxford (matric.1885, BA 1889, MA 1892), Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, Deacon 1890, Curate of St. James, Clerkenwell (1890-92), Priest 1891, Cur. of St. James, Bermondsey, living at 1 Storks Rd. (1893-95) & of Kentish Town, living at 9 Lupton St. (1895-98), m.1896, Isabella Georgina (d.5 Sept 1938), dau. of John SHEARER of Maybank, Turriff, Scotland & dsp.27 Apr 1939.
(1b) Julia Katherine, b.15 Jan 1855, m.1stly at St. Augustine's, Highbury, London, 1 Feb 1882, Rev. Gerard Duke WYATT of Belvoir House, North Malvern, Worcs, Vicar of St. John´s, Highbury & Rector of Bermondsey (1889-96), who dsp.18 Sept 1896. She m.2ndly at Bournemouth, 14 Apr 1898, Charles Harington COTTON (dsp. 20 Dec 1940) of Evendine House, Colwall, Herefs & Hill Brow, Alexandra Rd. Malvern, Worcs & dsp.11 Oct 1938.
(2b) Mary Louisa, b.1856, m. at St. Augustine's, Highbury, 7 Oct 1879, Rev. James Henry STREET (d.13 June 1927) of Prestwick, Lancs (1877-80), Vicar of Tonge with Alkrington (1880-93), Perp. Cur. of Ringley (1893-1917) & of Stoneleigh, Exmouth, Devon, and d.7 Dec 1933 at "Ringley", 5 Gwynne Rd. Branksome, Dorset, leaving issue, a son & a dau.
(3b) Edith Sophia, b.1859, d.unm.17 Feb 1919, bur. Malvern Cemetery.
His widow, Mrs Julia M. GOUGH, lived at Leamington Priors, Warks (1867), 94 Grosvenor Rd. Highbury (1871-74), 20 Highbury Quadrant (1875-81), 53 Highbury Park (1881-86), The Tower House, Bridgnorth, Salop (1890), 4 Highbury Place (1890-91), Cravenholme, Didsbury, Manchester (1900), Bryn Eisteddfod, Llandudno (1911) & Combermere, Malvern, Worcs (1919), d.30 Mar 1919 & was bur. in Malvern Cemetery.
(5a) Alexander Clement Foster of Graiseley nr. Wolverhampton, Solicitor of King St. Wolverhampton, Commissioner in the Irish Four Courts & Clerk to the magistrates for Willenhall, b.30 Apr 1832, educ. Appleby & Trinity College, Dublin (BA 1853, LLB 1858, LLD 1859), a Freemason (Grand Standard-Bearer, England & Provincial Grand Master, Staffs), Col.3rd vol. Batt. Sth Staffs Reg., d.1 Feb 1892 at 52 Gloucester Place, Portman Sq. Middx & was bur. at Merridale Cem. Wolverhampton (Monument).
(6a) Henry Foster, bapt.10 May 1834, d.14 Nov 1835.
(1a) Georgina Catherine, bapt.4 Aug 1826, d.4 Jan 1827.
(2a) Caroline Ann, bapt.28 Mar 1830, m. Rev. William Lewis ROSENTHALL, LLD, Vicar of St. Saviour's, Brockley Hill & Middleton, Norfolk, who assumed the name ROSEDALE. She d.8 Sept 1902, leaving issue.
(3a) Milicent Augusta, bapt.20 May 1836, m.19 May 1857, Edward Dethick SHAW (d.23 Feb 1886), Hardware Merchant of Oaklands, Wolverhampton & d.29 May 1911, leaving issue 4 sons of whom the eldest, Sir Charles SHAW, was cr. Bart.1908.
(4a) Emily Ida, bapt.19 Nov 1840, m. Rev. William ALLEN, MA (d.9 Dec 1915), Vicar of Lilleshall, Salop (1857-71), of Walsall (1871-82), & of Eccleshall, Staffs (1882-1915) & d.16 Nov 1914, leaving issue.
Mr Ralph GOUGH, who served as Constable of Wolverhampton (1825) & as Churchwarden of Wombourn & of Bushbury, was granted Arms, 14 Feb 1854. He d.8 June 1875 & was bur. at Wombourn.
Ralph Dickinson GOUGH, JP of Llanfair, Montgoms, Solicitor of 25 Walsall St. Willenhall, Staffs & First Chairman of Willenhall Local Board of Health; b.7 Mar 1822, educ. Wolverhampton Grammar Sch. (admitted 1828), articled to his uncle Joseph FOSTER, Solicitor of King St. Wolverhampton, m.13 Aug 1850, Mary, only dau. & heiress of John CLEMSON of Willenhall and dsp.9 Nov 1881. She d.9 May 1894 at Eithnog, Montgoms, leaving an adopted dau. The right to bear the family Arms passed to his brother,
Rev. Frederick Foster GOUGH, Missionary in Ningpo, China (1849-81); lived at 409 Mile End Rd. Stepney (1868), 75 Darlington St. Wolverhampton (1881-89); bapt.7 Feb 1825, educ. Cambridge (matric.1843, BA 1847, MA 1853), Deacon 1848, Curate of St. Luke's Birmingham (1848-49), Priest 1849, m.1stly at Salford, Lancs, 4 Apr 1854, Mary Vigers (d.15 Feb 1861), eld. dau. of Ebenezer Robert LE MARE, by whom he had issue:
(1a) Ellen Tunnicliffe, of whom presently.
He m.2ndly at Trinity Church, Bow, 15 Nov 1866, Ann Maria, wid. of Rev. John JONES of Ningpo, who d.6 Nov 1877, having had issue:
(1a) Theodore Frederick, d.1868.
He m.3rdly in Middx, 1882, Emily BEAR, but had no further issue. He founded the Cambridge Univ. Missionary Soc., d.1 June 1889 & was bur. at Tower Hamlets Cemetery. His widow lived at 4 Leigh Rd. Highbury, Middx & d.29 Dec 1925. He was succeeded by his only dau. & heraldic heiress,
Ellen Tunnicliffe GOUGH, b.Aug 1858, m.1886, as his 2nd wife, Rt. Rev. Joseph Charles HOARE, DD, Principal of CMS Training Coll, Ningpo, China (1876-98) & Bishop of Victoria, Hong Kong (1898-1906), who was drowned in a typhoon off the China coast, 18 Nov 1906, having had issue:
(1a) Frederic Russell, of whom presently.
(2a) Joseph Edward, Social Worker of 60 High St. Shadwell (1922), of "Cleverley", Hook Gn. Meopham, Kent (1957) & of Robin Orchard, Church Lane, Nth. Hayling, Hants (1966); b.3 July 1896, educ. Repton (admitted Sept 1910, Scholar) & Univ. Coll. Oxford (Scholar), m. Margaret O., dau. of ..., by whom he had issue:
(1b) David Gurney, Senr. Lecturer (biology) at York Univ.; b.4 Feb 1939, educ. Sidcot Sch. & Balliol coll. Oxford (Dphil 1963), m. 1stly 1961, Barbara, dau. of Dr. R.E. SCHNEIDER of Birmingham, by whom he has issue, 2 daus. He m. 2ndly Carol CONSTANCE.
(2b) Richard John, G.P. (25 Moors Oak Rd. Broomhill, nr. Sheffield) b.6 Sept 1943,educ. Sidcot Sch. & Oxford Univ.(Dphil 1971), m.1972 Joan Georgina, dau. of R. BINGHAM of Manchester, by whom he has issue, 2 sons.
(2a) May LeMare, m. Rev. James MILTON-THOMPSON (d.1968) of Pool Hall, Menheniot, Cornwall, and d.1982, leaving issue 1 dau. & 2 sons, of whom the younger, Surgn. Vice-Adm. Sir Godfrey MILTON-THOMPSON was cr. KBE 1988.
(4a) Richenda, d.2 Dec 1901.
She returned to live at 14 Cliff Ave. Cromer (1910) & 26 Platts Lane, Hampstead (1934-37) but d.10 Feb 1937 and was bur. in Hampstead Cemetery. Her elder son,
Frederic Russell HOARE, Author, Lecturer & Teacher, on staff of Oratory School, Woodcote, Berks (1943-51), Consultant Ed. Catholic Herald, Author of " The papacy & the Modern State" & "The original order and chapters of St. John's Gospel"; b.6 July 1888, educ. Tonbridge & Trinity Coll. Cambridge, d.1 June 1957.
(1a) Edward, of whom presently.
He m. 2ndly, also at Wolverhampton, 24 July 1715, Mary WILKS & was bur. 26 Feb 1732/3, having had further issue:
(2a) Richard, Soldier serving in Gen. Wade´s Regiment (1747), bapt.16 Feb 1716/7, inherited property in Tup St. Wolverhampton, which he sold in 1754.
(3a) John, Locksmith of Berry St. Wolverhampton, bapt. 5 Nov 1719, m.21 Oct 1742 Mary DAVIS (bur. 4 Apr 1799) & was bur. 12 Jan 1794, having had issue:
(1b) Richard, bapt.24 Sept 1743.
(2b) Richard, bapt.5 Oct 1747.
(3b) John, bapt.4 Nov 1749, bur.7 Feb 1750/1.
(4b) Thomas, bapt.27 July 1753, bur.25 Oct 1756.
(5b) Charles, bapt.31 Mch 1755.
(6b) John, bapt.11 July 1758, bur.20 Apr 1759.
(7b) Stephen, bapt.23 March 1761.
(8b) Edward, bapt.5 Nov 1763.
(9b) William, 27 May 1765, bur.12 July 1767.
(1b) Ann, bur.3 March 1745/6.
(2b) Sarah, bapt.24 Dec 1751, bur.14 Nov 1756.
(3b) Esther, bapt.29 Dec 1756.
(4a) Thomas, bapt. 10 Dec 1726, bur. 29 June 1732.
(1a) Sarah, bapt. 12 Apr 1722, m. at Rowley Regis, Staffs, 27 Jny 1749, John CHANDLER, Button Maker of Birmingham.
His widow m. 2ndly 15 Oct 1735, John ROSE of Wolverhampton & d.1741. The eldest son,
Edward GOUGH of Wolverhampton; Locksmith & Freeholder; bapt.4 Feb 1706/7, m. by licence at Penkridge, Staffs, 25 June 1735, Esther (bur.18 Aug 1748), only dau. of Francis SAWYER of Wheaton Aston, Staffs, by Mary, dau. of Thomas MITTON also of Wheaton Aston, and was bur.28 Apr 1776, having had issue:
(1a) Samuel, bapt.2 Oct 1736.
(2a) Edward, of whom presently.
(3a) James, bur.16 Dec 1740.
The second son,
Edward GOUGH of Lichfield St. Wolverhampton; Grocer & Chandler; bapt.1 Jan 1738/9, m.1stly by licence at Wolverhampton, 2 Oct 1763, Elizabeth (bur.7 Dec 1772), dau. of ... GREEN of Wolverhampton, by whom he had issue:
(1a) Henry, bur.14 Nov 1766.
(3a) Harry, bapt.14 Dec 1770, bur.26 Nov 1772.
(1a) Mary, bur.18 Feb 1765.
(2a) Esther, bapt.16 Nov 1769, bur.16 Apr 1771.
(3a) Elizabeth, bur.14 Dec 1772.
He m.2ndly, also by licence at Wolverhampton, 22 Aug 1773, Alice, eldest dau. of Thomas ASHMORE, Breechesmaker of Dudley St. Wolverhampton by Eleanor his wife, dau. of William BURTON of Wolverhampton, by whom he had further issue:
(4a) Edward, Nailfactor of Snow Hill, Wolverhampton (1802-07), of St. George´s Buildings (1807), of Sedgley (1809-13) & of Gospel End, Sedgley, Staffs (1825); bapt.10 Oct 1777, m. at Kingswinford, 20 Apr 1807, Catherine, dau. of William & Ann HUTCHINS of Wolverhampton and had issue:
(1b) Thomas of Wolverhampton; Joiner of Hall Fold (1841), Builder & Carpenter of 5 Cleveland St.(1845-65); bapt 7 June 1807, m.19 Oct 1837, Mary CHEADLE of Goldthorn Hill, but dsp.25 Jan 1865.
(2b) Edmund of Wolverhampton; Carpenter of Dudley Rd.(1839), of Worcester Place (1841), of Worcester St.(1845) & of Penn Rd.(1847); Builder & Carpenter of 25 Temple St.(1850-56), of 44 St. John´s Sq.(1858-61) & of 5 Cleveland St.(1865-87); bapt 24 Nov 1811, m.11 Apr 1836, Phoebe (d.2 July 1866), dau. of ... HAMBLER and d.26 Feb 1887, leaving issue:
(1c) Thomas, Carpenter of 79 Newhampton Rd. Wolverhampton, b.3 Feb 1837, educ. Wolverhampton Grammar School (admitted July 1848), m. Sarah THORNBERY and d.5 July 1887, having had issue:
(1d) Joseph, bur.16 Aug 1868.
(2d) Thomas of Wolverhampton, Groom (1881) & Bicycle Fitter of 12 Cobden St.(1891), b.1865 at Tettenhall.
(3d) Edward, b.1867, bur.23 Aug 1868.
(4d) Francis Edmund of Wolverhampton, Carpenter (1891), m.1897...
(5d) Arthur Edward, d.1875.
(6d) William Bernard, b.26 Nov 1875.
(1d) Phoebe Anne, m.6 June 1892, Thomas Henry JOHNSON, Tinplate Worker of Franchise St. & Cousins St. Wolverhampton, and had issue.
(2d) Elizabeth Winifred, m.23 May 1903, Albert Ernest JOHNSON, Operator of Dudley Rd. Wolverhampton (1903-05) & Printer of Sedgley (1912), by whom she had issue, 1 son & 2 daughters.
(3d) Mary Teresa.
(4d) Agnes Sarah.
His widow Mrs Sarah Gough later lived at 12 Cobden St.
(2c) Edward of Wolverhampton, Carpenter of 5 Cleveland St. & of Broad Lanes, Bradmore (1891-1900), b.18 Sept 1843, m. Martha, dau. of ..., and d.23 Feb 1900.
(3c) James, b.14 March 1847, d.1847.
(4c) Francis of Wolverhampton; Optician (1881) & Spectacle Maker (1891) of 5 Cleveland St; Builder (1892) & Spectacle Frame Maker (1896) of 3 Cleveland St.; later of 159 Lea Rd.(1920), b.12 Aug 1849, d.8 Apr 1920.
(5c) Joseph, b.1854, d.1861.
(1c) Phoebe of Wolverhampton, Mantlemaker (1871-81) & Dressmaker (1891) of 5 Cleveland St., lived at 159 Lea Rd.(1924) & at 181 Park St. South, Blakenhall (1933), b.22 Sept 1840, d.unm.28 Apr 1933.
(2c) Anne, b.14 March 1847.
(3c) Elizabeth of Wolverhampton; joint owner of Berlin & Fancy Repository at 5 Darlington St.(1896-1916), lived at 159 Lea Rd; b.1852, d.unm.29 Nov 1918.
(4c) Mary Teresa of Wolverhampton; joint owner of Berlin & Fancy Repository at 5 Darlington St.(1896-1916), lived at 159 Lea Rd; b.1857, d.unm.21 May 1919.
(1b) Mary Ann, bapt.16 Apr 1809, bur.9 Jan 1813.
Edward Gough was declared bankrupt, March 1825. After his death his widow, Catherine lived at Chapel Court, Wolverhampton (1851) and d.1859.
(5a) Thomas of Co. Salop; Papermaker of Shifnal (1804-09) & Kemberton (1827), Yeoman of Kemberton (1837); bapt.5 Feb 1779, apprenticed 25 Oct 1794 for 7 years to George WILDAY, Papermaker of Kemberton, m. by licence at Shifnal, 3 Dec 1804, Elizabeth (d.11 Dec 1848), dau. of ... UNITT and d.20 Apr 1837, leaving issue:
(1b) Charles of Kemberton; Labourer (1832), Carpenter (1835) & Wheelwright (1839-66); b.1805, m. at Wolverhampton, 15 Aug 1831, Charlotte (d.18 Jan 1883), dau. of John HARPER of Kemberton by his wife Susannah RUSHTON and d.15 Dec 1866 having had issue:
(1c) Thomas of Kemberton; Wheelwright (1861-91) & Provision Dealer (1911); b.1837, m. 1stly 1868, Emma (d.1891), dau. of ... of Ketley, Salop, and had issue:
(1d) Thomas Charles.
(1d) Frances Catherine, bapt.24 Nov 1868, d.unm.1892.
(2d) Harriet Louisa, Pupil Teacher of Kemberton (1891), m.1892, Edward Probert DAVIES of 45 Church Rd. Hanwell, Middx, who d.9 May 1934 leaving issue, a son. She retired to Gough Cottage, Kemberton & d.23 Feb 1949.
(3d) Mary Elizabeth, b.1875, d.unm.1910.
He m.2ndly, Caroline (d.1897) and d.27 Dec 1911.
(2c) John of Kemberton, Wheelwright (1861); bapt.11 Aug 1839, dsp.1874.
(1c) Mary, bapt.14 Oct 1832, d. young.
(2c) Susan Harriet, bapt.15 March 1835, d. young.
(3c) Caroline, bapt.1 Apr 1845, bur.13 Feb 1848.
(1b) Elizabeth, Seamstress of Walsall (1828), Wolverhampton (1835) & Kemberton (1841-51); b.4 Feb 1807 & had issue, a son & a dau.
(2b) Harriet, Seamstress of Cheltenham, Gloucs.(1832) & 26 Mill St. Ludlow, Salop (1841-81); b.23 June 1809, d.unm.13 July 1881, intestate, having had issue, 2 sons.
(6a) Francis, bur. 27 March 1781 at Penn, Staffs.
(7a) Samuel, of whom presently.
(8a) Francis, bur.24 Oct 1783.
(4a) Elizabeth, bapt.12 Aug 1774, bur.27 Oct 1778.
(5a) Mary, bapt.4 Feb 1776, bur.6 Oct 1778.
By Act of Parliament 1777, Mr Edward GOUGH was appointed to be one of the first Town Commissioners of Wolverhampton. He held freehold property in Wolverhampton & leasehold property near Hanover Square, Middx. and was bur.21 June 1784. His widow Mrs Alice GOUGH lived at 30 Snow Hill, Wolverhampton (1797-1820) & d.26 Dec 1820.
Samuel GOUGH of Wolverhampton; Woodturner (1818), Bookkeeper (1820) & Factor's Clerk (1825); lived at Ct. 6 Bell St. (1808), at 6 New St.(1811), at no.16 Court 9 Salop St. (1814-20) & at 23 Union St.(1825); m.27 Feb 1804 at Walsall, Mary, elder dau. of William LEWIS of Wednesfield, Staffs, by his wife Sarah DAVIS, and had issue:
(1a) Edward, of whom presently.
(2a) Henry of Wolverhampton; Miner (1833), Smith in Workhouse Lane & in Wharf St.(1835), Hingemaker (1837), Blacksmith of Walsall St.(1839-40), Locksmith of Wharf St.(1841), Blacksmith of Workhouse Lane (1841), Locksmith of Bilston St.(1851) & Labourer of 6 Cross St.(1861); bapt.17 May 1812, m.25 Dec 1832, Ann, dau. of Thomas & Sarah HAYES of Wolverhampton, and had issue:
(1b) Diana, bapt.20 Aug 1833, bur.14 Sept 1835.
(2b) Mary of Wolverhampton, Shopwoman of 12 Hill St. (1881), Charwoman of Ct.2 Duke St. (1891) & of St James St. (1910), bapt.14 Sept 1835, bur.23 Jny 1910, leaving issue, a son.
(3b) Sarah, bapt.19 Nov 1837, m.14 Nov 1864, William PARKER, Watchman of Bilston St. & of 12 Hill St. Wolverhampton (1871-91) and had issue, 3 sons & 5 daus.
(4b) Maria, bapt.6 Oct 1839, bur.8 March 1840.
(5b) Susannah of Wolverhampton, Black Stover of Ct.1, 17 Mary Ann St. (1871) & Charwoman of Albion Rd. (1881) & of Ct.9 Warwick St.(1891); bapt.3 Jan 1841 and had issue 2 sons & 3 daus.
He died in Wolverhampton Workhouse and was bur.17 Dec 1868 in Merridale Cem. Wolverhampton. His widow, Mrs Ann GOUGH later lived at Ct.1, 17 Mary Ann St. (1871), in Albion Rd. (1881) & in Warwick St. (1890), and was bur.20 Nov 1890.
(3a) Samuel of Wolverhampton; Locksmith of Mary Ann St.(1841-43), of Pountney St.(1846), of Snow Hill (1847), of Parke St.(1851) & of Cross St.(1855); bapt.6 Dec 1814, m.1stly 29 Sept 1839, Sarah (bur.25 Aug 1851), dau. of John & Ann BIDDLE of Wolverhampton, and had issue:
(1b) Mary, bapt.2 Aug 1841, m.4 Dec 1859, William EDWARDS, Boilermaker of Shakespeare St. Wolverhampton.
(2b) Ann, bapt.10 Dec 1843, bur.16 June 1847.
(3b) Harriet, bapt.29 June 1846, bur.23 Nov 1851.
(4b) Sarah, b.1850.
He m.2ndly 12 March 1855, Jane, dau. of Richard GRIFFITHS & widow of ... HOLDIN, but d.1857. She m.3rdly 5 Oct 1857, James WHISTONS, Miner of Willenhall Rd. Wolverhampton.
(4a) William of Wolverhampton; Keymaker of Duke St.(1841-51), Box-ironmaker of 33 Wharf St.(1861) & of York St. (1862) and Warehouseman of Alma St.(1870-73), of 94 St. Matthews St.(1881) & of Inkerman St.(1884); bapt.23 Feb 1818, m.3 Oct 1848, Agnes, dau. of James McCONNELL of Horsley Fields, Wolverhampton, by his wife Sarah STANLEY and was bur.28 Feb 1884 at Heath Town, having had issue:
(1b) William McConnell, Warehouse Clerk of Wolverhampton (1871-91), bapt. 29 Apr 1848, m. ... , and d.1915.
(2b) James of Wolverhampton, Box Iron Finisher of Inkerman St. (1869), Hollow-ware Turner of Alma St.(1870-72), Box- ironmaker of Albion Cres.(1873), Wolverhampton Rd. Heath Town (1880-81) & 70 Chester St.(1891), b.1850, m.1stly 1868, Winifred, dau. of ..., who was bur.2 June 1869, leaving issue:
(1c) James, b.1869, bapt.24 May 1870, bur.8 Jny 1872.
He m.2ndly 3 March 1872, Jane, dau. of John HANCHER, Tailor of Heath Town, by whom he had further issue:
(1c) Minnie, employed in a brass-foundry (1891).
(2c) Nelly (or Vittie).
(3b) George of Wolverhampton, Japan Polisher (1871), Box Iron Finisher (1881) & Ironwork Labourer of 44 Lwr. Walsall St. (1884), Hill St.(1890), Ct.7 Moore St.(1891), Lwr. Horseley Fields (1895) & Albion St.(1899); b.1851, m. Harriet, dau. of ..., and was bur.15 Nov 1899, having had issue:
(1c) James Frederick of Little Chapel St. Wolverhampton, bur.22 Oct 1911.
(2c) Arthur, bapt.31 Aug 1890, bur.7 Nov 1899.
(1c) Emma, bapt.29 Aug 1895.
(4b) Thomas of Wolverhampton; Hairdresser of 44 Lwr. Walsall St.(1884) & 36 Lwr. Walsall St.(1887-1901); b.1853, m.6 Nov 1884, Mary Matilda, dau. of Edward MATTHEWS of Horseley Fields, Wolverhampton, and d.20 July 1901, leaving issue:
(1c) Edward, bapt.25 Mar 1886.
(2c) Thomas William of 42 Pullan Ave. Eccleshill, Bradford, bapt.11 Dec 1887, d.19 Sept 1930.
(3c) Horace Harold, Battery Inspector of 42 Pullan Ave. Eccleshill, Bradford, bapt.4 July 1889, d.2 Jan 1973.
(4c) James Henry, bapt.21 July 1892, d.1892.
(5c) Bertie, bapt.21 Jan 1894, d.1894.
(6c) George Albert, served in West Yorkshire Regiment, bapt.5 May 1895, killed in action 15 Nov 1916, bur. Abbeville Community Cemetery Extension, Somme, France.
(1c) Agnes Elizabeth of Bradford, b.23 Oct 1890, d.18 Dec 1982.
(2c) Ivy Mary, bapt.4 July 1897.
(5b) Samuel of Wolverhampton, Locksmith (1871), Blacksmith (1881) & Hollow-ware Stover (1891); b.1857, d.1916.
(6b) Joseph of Wolverhampton, Tin-plate Worker of 20a Chapel St.(1891) & 25 Lwr. Villiers St.(1904-08); b.1861, m.1883, Laura, dau. of ... GODWIN of Warborough, Oxon, who d.1 Oct 1906, leaving issue:
(1c) Lillian, m.1906, William Henry WILLIS.
(7b) Edward of Wolverhampton; Tin-plate Worker of 23 Dunstall Lane (1891), Tin-plate Works Manager (1922), living at 9 Rugby St.(1896), at 68 Humber Rd.(1902) & at The Laurels, 34 Humber Rd.(1922-46); b.1865, m.1890, Louisa (d.10 Apr 1922), dau. of ... of Wolverhampton and d.9 Apr 1946, leaving issue:
(1c) Victor Edward,Commercial Traveler (1922) & Confectioner´s Assistant (1946), b.1891, m. and had issue:
(1d) Norman Edward Stephen.
(1d) Marcia Joyce Louisa.
(2d) Yvonne Wendy.
(1b) Agnes Jennette, b.1859, bur.29 Aug 1862 at Merridale Cem. Wolverhampton.
His widow Agnes GOUGH, who lived later at 38 Raby St.(1891) & in Willenhall Rd. Wolverhampton (1900), was bur.13 July 1900.
(5a) George, Steel Trapmaker of Wednesfield (1841-43), of Portobello nr. Willenhall (1846-52), of Horsley Fields, Wolverhampton (1855) & of 19 New St., Wednesfield (1857-84); bapt.11 Oct 1820, m.1stly Emma (bur.11 Nov 1854 at Willenhall), dau. of ... , by whom he had issue:
(1b) Charles, bapt.13 July 1846, bur.13 Nov 1848.
(2b) Samuel, bapt.27 Sept 1847, bur.24 July 1849.
(3b) Jabez of Wednesfield, Keymaker of Chapel St.(1873), 7 Wolverhampton Rd.(1881), New St.(1884-91), Canal Side (1902), 32 North St.(1912-16), Rookery St.(1921-24) & Lichfield Rd.(1929); bapt.14 Oct 1849, m.13 Aug 1871, Sarah (bur.24 Feb 1910), dau. of Philip DAVIS, Labourer of Wednesfield, and was bur.12 Mar 1929 having had issue:
(1c) George of Wednesfield, Padlockmaker of New St.(1891), of Canal Side (1902) & of 13 Charles St.(1929-33), b.25 Dec 1871, m.24 Dec 1902, Mary Ann (bur.14 Dec 1929), dau. of Thomas RUSHTON, Miner of Wednesfield, and was bur.30 June 1933.
(2c) Jabez, b.9 April 1873, bur.13 June 1887.
(3c) Samuel of Wednesfield, Padlockmaker of New St.(1891), 17 Charles St.(1911) & of Wolverhampton Rd.(1915), b.29 Aug 1875, m. Sarah (bur.13 Jan 1920), dau. of ... and was bur.26 May 1915, leaving issue:
(1d) Winnie, b.20 Jan 1911.
(4c) Harry, Vermin Trapmaker of 368 New Cross, Heath Town (1909), b.9 Sept 1876, m. Annie, dau. of ... and had issue:
(1d) Thomas Henry, b.16 Jan 1909.
(5c) Fred of 61 Lichfield Rd. Wednesfield (1951), b.3 Oct 1880, bur.2 Nov 1951.
(6c) William, b.28 Feb 1885, bur.5 Dec 1885.
(7c) Job, b.31 May 1886, m.1916 ... HODGKINS.
(8c) Eli, b.1891, bur.28 Jan 1892.
(1c) Emma, b.18 June 1878, m.25 Dec 1915 as his 2nd wife, Harry GRUNDY, Labourer of 117 Neechells Lane, Wednesfield, who d.17 May 1942.
(2c) Lois, b.7 Feb 1882.
(3c) Mary Ann, b.29 Dec 1883, bur.5 Aug 1884.
(4c) Rose, b.1888, bur.29 Aug 1889.
(4b) Alfred, bapt.4 Jan 1852, bur.7 Nov 1854.
(1b) Emma, bapt.9 Apr 1843.
(2b) Mary Ann, b.1844.
(3b) Susanna, b.1844, bur.3 Nov 1844.
(4b) Caroline, bur.8 Nov 1854 aged 1.
He m.2ndly 6 May 1855, Emma (bur.25 Feb 1884), dau. of William BARRETT of Birmingham, and widow of Thomas DAVIES also of Birmingham, but in Nov 1883, suffering from senile dementia, entered Stafford Asylum, where he d.1 Apr 1884 & was bur. in Wednesfield Cemetery, having had further issue:
(5b) Alfred, bapt.23 June 1861, bur.9 July 1861.
(6b) William, bapt.3 Nov 1863, bur.10 Nov 1863.
(7b) William, bapt.24 July 1865, bur.28 Sept 1865.
(4b) Harriet, b.6 Jan 1856, m.16 May 1875 Jonah GILES, Keymaker of Hall St. Wednesfield, by whom she had issue.
(5b) Eliza, bapt.29 Nov 1857, bur.17 Mar 1858.
(6b) Elizabeth, bapt.15 May 1859, bur.19 Jan 1860.
(6a) Charles, bapt.16 Dec 1825, bur.7 Aug 1826.
(1a) Caroline, bapt. at Wednesfield, 12 Aug 1804, m.6 Oct 1823, Thomas LANE, Keymaker & House-Agent of Wednesfield High St., who d.31 Aug 1860, leaving issue, 5 sons & 4 daus. She then moved to 12 Graiseley Lane, Wednesfield and d.15 Apr 1871.
(2a) Harriet, Habberdasher & Hosier of 58 New St., Wednesfield (1871-82); bapt.26 Dec 1809, m.1stly at Wombourn, Staffs, 30 May 1837, Joseph DICKENSON, Lockmaker of Wolverhampton. She m.2ndly at Kings Norton, Worcs, as his 2nd wife, 1847, William JOHNSON (d.1877), Coachsmith of 6 Sherbourne St. Ladywood, Birmingham (1851), of Flood St. Dudley, Worcs.(1858-61), of 113 Charles Henry St. Birmingham (1867-8) & of 58 New St. Wednesfield (1871-77), but dsp.1 Sept 1882.
Mr. Samuel GOUGH d.23 Apr 1825, intestate, aged 43. Letters of Administration were granted to his widow, Mrs Mary GOUGH, who purchased a plot of land near Duke St. Wolverhampton, on which she erected 4 houses, in one of which she subsequently lived (1829-51). Later she moved to Flood St. Dudley, Worcs.(1858-61) & 113 Charles Henry St. Birmingham, where she d.27 Dec 1867 and was bur. at Wednesfield, Staffs.
Edward GOUGH of Wolverhampton; Brassfounder & Brass-ship Fitter of Tower St. (1833-50) & of "Golden Fleece" inn, Union St.(1850-54); bapt.15 Apr 1807, m. at St. Martin's Birmingham, 6 March 1825, Elizabeth, only child of William WILLIAMS, Beer Retailer of 25 Union St. Wolverhampton, by his wife, Jane Ferguson, dau. of William POOLE of Madeley, Co. Salop, and had issue:
(1a) William King, of whom presently.
(2a) Edwin, Factor, living at the "Golden Fleece" inn, Wolverhampton (1851) & Tinplate-worker of 39 Hamilton St. Deptford (1856); bapt.23 Apr 1833, educ. Wolverhampton Grammar School (admitted Jan 1842), m. Jane, dau. of ..., and had issue:
(1b) Elizabeth, b.22 Sept 1855.
(3a) Henry, b.31 May 1838, bur.17 Nov 1839.
(4a) Eli, otherwise Alfred Eli, of Wolverhampton & London; Boater at Ironworks with lodgings in Hill St. Wolverhampton (1861); Labourer of 6 Church St. Poplar (1871-72), of 4 Poplar Terr. Poplar (1881-82), of 10 Oban St. Bromley, Middx (1882) & of 77 Hailey St. Limehouse (1883); Dock Foreman of 193 Grundy St. Bromley (1888); bapt.14 June 1840, m.1stly at All Saints Poplar, 21 July 1872, Mary Jane (d.14 Dec 1881), dau. of Thomas ROACH, Plumber of Croydon Surrey, & wid. of ... WILLIAMSON of Poplar. He m.2ndly at St Anne's Limehouse, 6 June 1883, Ann Priscilla, dau. of John STEWART, Mariner of Bromley, Middx. & of Southampton, & widow of ... COOPER, by whom he had issue:
(1b) Eli William, b.1883, d.1884.
(1b) Mercy Annie, b.3 Nov 1882, d.1886.
Mr. Eli GOUGH d.17 Jan 1888. His widow lived subsequently at 78 Burcham St. Bromley, Middx.
(5a) Herbert, Brassfinisher of 19 Hamilton St. Deptford (1861) & of 16 Charles St. Deptford (1874); Carpenter of 6 Craven Bldgs, Westminster (1881); bapt.13 Dec 1846, m. at St. James the Great, Bethnal Green, 26 Feb 1871, Maria (d.1874), dau. of Henry McQUAY, Ironship Builder of Deptford, and d.1884 on the Isle of Wight, having had issue:
(1b) Herbert, b.& d.1872.
(1b) Ada, b.21 July 1874, d. Dec 1874.
(6a) Arthur of St. John, New Brunswick, bapt.7 July 1850, m.1873, Elizabeth Louisa WOOD and had issue:
(1b) Joseph Edwin , b.19 Nov 1874, m. at St. John, New Brunswick, 18 June 1896, Hattie E. PARLEE. She m.2ndly 31 May 1914, Darsie R. TINGLEY.
(2b) Arthur Wood of Tacoma, Washington, USA, b.27 Apr 1879, m.3 Apr 1901, Louisa Gay, dau. of ... HOWE of Missouri, and had issue:
(1c) Zona Gay, b.19 Jny 1902, m.27 June 1922 Ralph David RASMUSSEN (d.23 Feb 1983) of Tacoma, Washington & of Carson, Los Angeles, California, and d.23 Nov 1989 at Ventura, California, having had issue.
(3b) William Herbert, b. Jny 1882.
(1b) Cecilia Elizabeth, b.15 Apr 1877.
(2b) Catherine Louise, b. May 1884.
(3b) Alice Gertrude, b.30 Oct 1886.
(1a) Mary Ann, bapt.13 June 1825.
(2a) Emily, bapt 8 July 1827, m.20 Sept 1851, as his 2nd wife, Thomas JONES, Bricklayer of Parke St.(1851-61), of 42 Cross St.(1861) & of 132 Bilston St. (1864-81), all in Wolverhampton, and d.28 May 1858, leaving issue, a son & a dau. He m.3rdly 21 Jan 1861, Ann, dau. of James & Ann YATES of Coven, Staffs by whom he had further issue.
(3a) Harriet Jane Ferguson, bapt.5 Aug 1829, m.1stly 5 Apr 1849, Isaac TORTOISESHELL, Screwmaker of Bath St. Wolverhampton (1841-49), Steel-lathe Grinder of Steelhouse Lane, Wolverhampton (1851) and Whitesmith (1855) & Brass-fitter (1861) of 19 Hamilton St. Deptford who d.1869, leaving issue, a son. She m.2ndly 1876 John PRICE, Ship´s Watchman on the "Florence", Deptford Dockyard (1881).
(4a) Jane Ferguson, b.21 June 1834.
(5a) Mercy Ann, in service (1861), bapt.12 Sept 1836, m. at Hampton, Middx, 1863, Joseph LINES, Coachman to Lord Lucan, lived at Mongewell Oxon (1866-69), at 7 Cavendish Mews South, Marylebone, Middx. (1871-91) & at 39 Balfour Rd. South Norwood, Surrey (1917-31) and d.1931 aged 95, leaving issue, 4 daughters.
(6a) Clara, bapt.5 Dec 1841, bur.26 June 1844.
(7a) Cecilia, bapt.23 Feb 1845.
(8a) Alice, bapt. 25 Nov 1851, bur. at Heath Town 17 Mar 1856.
Mr. Edward GOUGH d. after a severe illness, 2 June 1854 and was bur. at Heath Town, Staffs. He was "much respected by a large circle of friends" (Wolverhampton Herald: 7 June 1854). After continuing briefly as Innkeeper of the "Golden Fleece" inn (1854-55), his widow Elizabeth m.2ndly at St. Martin's Birmingham, 3 Sept 1856, William HAZLEHURST (a Publican & Liquor Dealer), by whom she had further issue, a son. They then emigrated to St. John, New Brunswick, living in City Rd.(1867) and she d.9 Jan 1883.
William King GOUGH of Wolverhampton & of Deptford, Kent; Brassfounder living at the "Golden Fleece" inn, Wolverhampton (1851-52), in Steelhouse Lane, Wolverhampton (1853) & in Hyde St. Deptford (1855); Brassfinisher with J. Stone & Co. (General Engineers of Arklow Rd. Deptford) living in Licinidas St.(1859), at 32 Hamilton St.(1860-65), at 35 Arthur St.(1869-71), at 71 Napier St.(1873), at 22 Clyde St.(1881) & at 12 Trim St.(1885-1901); b.18 July 1831, educ. Wolverhampton Grammar School (admitted Jan 1842), m. by licence at St. George's Wolverhampton, 23 Apr 1852, Susannah (d.10 July 1896), eldest dau. of William FISHER, Whitesmith of 33 Baker St. Wolverhampton, by Mary his wife, and d.30 Sept 1901, having had issue:
(1a) William Edwin, of whom presently.
(2a) Joseph Fisher, b.1856, d.1862.
(3a) Francis, b.19 Jan 1859, d.1859.
(4a) Arthur, b.& d.1869.
(1a) Mary Elizabeth, b.26 Jan 1853, m.1876, John Henry LESTER (d.31 Mar 1932), Carpenter of Deptford; lived at 22 Clyde St.(1881) & in Foxberry Rd. Brockley & dsp.8 Mar 1942.
(2a) Catharine, b.17 Mar 1860, d.1860.
(3a) Ellen (twin with Catharine), Baker´s Assistant of 20 Ivy Lane, London (1881); b.17 Mar 1860, m. at Fulham 1887, Samuel Charles WARREN, Shipping Clerk of Hackney & of Winchmore, Naggs Head Lane, South Weald, Essex, who d.30 Jan 1940, leaving issue, one son & two daus.
(4a) Elizabeth Mary, b.& d.1862.
(5a) Sarah Jane, b.4 Sept 1863, d.1868.
(6a) Ada Emma, b.4 Apr 1865, d.1868.
(7a) Cecilia, b.7 June 1867, m.8 Nov 1890 Philip Sidney SELBY, Railway Official (S.E.R.) of 15 Foxberry Rd. Brockley (1890), 17 Foxberry Rd.(1891), 12 Trim St. Deptford (1892-95), 35 Foxberry Rd.(1899) & 25 Fernhurst Rd. Addiscombe, Surrey (1925), who d.2 May 1925, leaving issue, two sons. She then moved to 3 Shirley Park Rd. Addiscombe & d.27 Apr 1935.
(8a) Rose Harriet, b.20 Oct 1870, d.1871.
(9a) Susannah, b.22 Jan 1873, d.1873.
The only surviving son,
William Edwin GOUGH of Deptford, Kent; Brassfinisher with J. Stone & Co. (1871- 95; Foreman 1891); Clerk Prudential Assurance Co.(1895-1924); lived at 35 Arthur St.(1871), 63 Warwick St.(1881), 81 Amersham Vale (1883), 12 Trim St.(1885-91), 33 Amersham Grove (1891-92), 92 Amersham Vale (1895) & 33 Amersham Vale (1895- 1949); b.22 Nov 1854 at Deptford, m.24 Dec 1877 at St. Luke's Deptford, Dinah Amelia ( d.2 May 1936), youngest dau. of James BROWN, Blacksmith of 36 Grove Lane, Deptford, by his wife, Mary Ann, only dau. of John WHEELER of Winchester, Hants, & d.22 Nov 1949 aged 95, having had issue:
(1a) William Alfred of Birmingham; Clerk in Fish Market, living at 19 Dunsford Rd. Smethwick, Staffs (1923) & Cafe Proprietor of 507 Slade Rd. Erdington, Warks (1945); b. 23 Jan 1879, educ. Emmanuel College, Cambridge (matric.1897), m.1stly at Sheffield, 3 Aug 1908, Maria IBBOTSON (dsp.20 Mar 1923) & m.2ndly at Birmingham, 3 Jan 1934, Rose Ann LYNCH, but dsp.8 Nov 1945. His widow Mrs Rosie GOUGH later lived at 38 Stirling Rd. Edgbaston, Warks, at 127 Ridgacre Rd. Quinton, Birmingham & at 8 Hanbury Rd. Droitwich, Worcs. and d.4 June 1974, leaving a son (Mr. Basil Philip Terence GOUGH of Droitwich).
(2a) Percy Edwin, Civil Servant (Deputy Victualling Officer, Admiralty) of 33 Amersham Vale, Deptford, of Malta, of 119 Normandy Ave. Barnet, Herts & of 4 St. Stephens Place, Landsdown, Bath; b.10 Apr 1883, educ. Addey & Stanhope School, Deptford, m. at St. Mary Aldermary, London, 17 Apr 1928, Ethel Mary Alice, only dau. of Charles MANSFIELD, Wholesale Cabinet Maker of 109 Mercers Rd. Tufnell Park, London, by his wife, Alice, only dau. of George HARMAN of Harpsden, Oxon, and had issue:
(1b) John, of whom presently.
Mr. Percy E. GOUGH d. after a long illness, 15 Jan 1946. His widow, Mrs. Ethel M. A. GOUGH, lived subsequently at 9 Orchard Rd. Barnet (1954-60) & at 10 Woodberry Cres. Muswell Hill, London (1960-72), and d.18 Jan 1972.
(3a) Sydney John of 33 Amersham Vale, Deptford & 83 The Drive, Isleworth, Middx.; Civil Servant & Toastmaster; b.8 July 1885, educ. Christ's Hospital, m.8 Feb 1912, Hilda Alice (d.24 June 1919), dau. of David WATSON of Shoreham, Sussex & 32 Medusa Rd. Catford, by his wife, Alice MANSBRIDGE, and d.6 Mar 1957, leaving issue:
(1b) William John, Commercial Clerk with Thomas Borthwick & sons; lived at 120 Breakspear's Rd. Brockley (1945-47), at 5 Holbeach Gdns. Sidcup, Kent (1947-54), at 63 Welling Way, Welling, Kent (1954-76), at 17 Roodlands Rd. Girvan, Ayrshire (1976-88) & at 49 Brook St. Polegate, East Sussex (1988-98); b.29 Oct 1912 at Blackheath, Kent, educ. Greenwich Central School, m.3 Mar 1945 in Glasgow, Annie Morrice Hay CARDNO & d.8 Aug 1998, leaving issue:
(1c) David Watson (30 Brownlow Rd. Croydon, Surrey), Research Chemist with British Gas; has lived at 7080 Union St. Burnaby, British Columbia, at 16 Beachwood Mount, Leeds (1976-77), at 29 Hestercombe Ave. SW6 (1977), at 18 Crookham Rd. SW6 (1977-80) & at 10 Skelgill Rd. Putney SW15; b.3 July 1948, educ. Wadham College, Oxford (matric.1967, BA1970, DPhil 1974).
(2c) Stewart Hay (Battle, East Sussex), twin with his brother, lived in Lewisham (1976-77), in Palmers Gn.(1977-78), at 47c Samos Rd. Anerley SE20 (1988-91), in Beckenham, Kent (1991-93) & in Polegate, East Sussex (1993-96); formerly employed by Stanley Gibbons Ltd (1976-78), now at American Embassy, London; b.3 July 1948, m.Caroline.
(4a) Ernest Charles, MBE, Managing Director of the Economic Tyre Co.; lived at 5 Dukesthorpe Rd & 40 Bishopsthorpe Rd, Sydenham, London; b.30 Nov 1891, m. 1stly at St. Helen's Bishopgate, London, 6 Apr 1918, Gertrude De Berdt GAYFORD, who d.13 June 1937, leaving issue:
(1b) Audrey De Berdt (21 Kingscroft, Welwyn Garden City, Herts), b.27 Nov 1924, m.11 May 1944, John Victor SMART, Medical Statistician of 80 High St. Mold, Flints, of 20 North End Rd. Erith, Kent & of 183 Howlands, Welwyn Garden City, who d.11 June 1976 having had issue, one son (d. in infancy), three daus & two adopted sons. She then moved to 25 Mountway, Welwyn Garden City.
He m.2ndly at St. John's Wood Park Presbyterian Church, London, 6 Apr 1939, Mrs. Jessie May BLAIR, dau. of ... STEWART, and d.13 July 1956. His widow lived at 30 Southend Rd. Beckenham, Kent, at 4 Hope Lodge, Bressey Grove, South Woodford, Essex & at Thurmaston Court, 39 Kenilworth Rd. Leamington Spa, Warks and d.15 May 1982.
(1a) Ada Mary, Civil Servant (Post Office); lived at 33 Amersham Vale, Deptford (1895-1957), at 10 Palmeira Rd. Bexley Heath, Kent (1969) & at 183 Howlands, Welwyn Garden City (1970-80); b.26 Jan 1881, educ. Addey & Stanhope School, Deptford, and d.unm.11 Sept 1980, aged 99.
John GOUGH (34 Walk Wood Rise, Beaconsfield, Bucks), Research Chemist with ICI Paints Division (1956-93); lived at 23 Chalkeith Rd. Needham Market, Suffolk (1961-63) & at 15 Pipers Close, Burnham, Bucks (1963-73); b.17 Apr 1931 at Hampstead, London; educ. Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Barnet, and Wadham Coll. Oxford (matric.1949, BA 1952); served with Royal Signals (Lieut.) at Benghazi, Libya 1954-55; m.28 Jan 1961 at St. George's, Enfield, Audrey (MA Cantab, PhD Birmingham), only dau. of Robert TODD, Butcher of 98 Bullsmoor Lane, Enfield, Middx, by his wife Annie Jane, elder dau. of John Percival WILSON of Gt. Clifton, Cumbs, and has issue:
(1a) Andrew (Teutonen Str. 32, 65187 Wiesbaden, Germany), Actuarial Trainee at Equity & Law, High Wycombe, Bucks (1984-89), Planning & Research Manager at Equity & Law Lebensversicherung, Wiesbaden (1989- ); b.29 Apr 1962 at Ipswich, Suffolk; educ. Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe (1974-80) & at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (matric.1980, BA 1983, Dip. Stats 1984, MA 1987); FIA 1989.
(1a) Annette (61 Sirdar Rd. Highfield, Southampton), b.7 Oct 1964 at Taplow, Bucks; educ. Beaconsfield High School (1977-83), at Newnham College, Cambridge (matric.1983, BA 1986, MA 1990) & at Nottingham Univ. (PhD Food Science 1995); m.11 Aug 1990, Graham Duncan QUARTLY (MA Cantab, PhD Bath), Oceanographer of Jeans Farm Bungalow, Bradford-on-Tone, Somerset, of 20 Testard St. Guildford, Surrey (1989-90) & of 69 Meon Cres. Chandlers Ford, Hants (1990-92).
(2a) Julia (72 Brickendon Lane, Hertford, Herts), b.30 Aug 1969 at Taplow, educ. Beaconsfield High School (1981-87), at Newnham College, Cambridge (matric. 1987, BA 1990, MA 1994) & at London Univ. (PhD Materials Science 2000); Scientist at Malaysian Rubber Producers Research Assoc. Hertford (1991- ); lived at 21 Pearson Ave. Hertford (1991-92).
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