Rev. William Gould,
mar 1stly, 23 Sept 1868, at 77 Rosslyn St, West Melbourne,
to Elizabeth Moon [born 3 Dec 1845, Cardiff, Wales, dau of George Moon].
See item in The Age, Mon 28 Sept 1868. This says the wedding supper was Fri 25 Sept 1868, so maybe that is correct date of marriage.
See marriage notice in Illustrated Australian News, 5 Oct 1868. This has the marriage on 23 Sept 1868.
Living Eaglehawk, Bendigo, at son's birth 1869.
Living Benalla, Victoria, Australia, as at 1873-75.
He conducted a marriage in
at his residence, Barkly St, Benalla.
He conducted a marriage in 1875 at Benalla.
He was pastor at Longford, Tasmania, as at 1878-80.
Living Castlemaine, Victoria, as at 1883.
Elizabeth dies, 1884:
She died evening of Wed 14 May 1884, age 38 yrs, of bronchitis, at her house (the parsonage), Templeton St, Castlemaine, Victoria.
See item in Bendigo Advertiser, 16 May 1884. Says she died Thur 15 May, but family diary and bible say Wed 14 May.
Funeral 16 May 1884. Diary says buried in Castlemaine cemetery.
Not buried Williamstown cemetery, Melbourne. (That is where her mother was buried.)
Their dau Ethel died a few days later, on 22 May 1884.
See long item on Elizabeth's death in Launceston Examiner, 23 May 1884. Says she died Wed 14 May.
Elizabeth's mother Mrs. Moon died 2 weeks later, on 28 May 1884, at the parsonage, Castlemaine. See grave.
See report on Mrs. Moon's death in Bendigo Advertiser, 29 May 1884.
Rev. William had issue by 1st wife:
Rev. William dies, 1902:
He died Fri 31 Jan 1902, at the Primitive Methodist Parsonage, Maryborough, Victoria, age 66 yrs.
See death notice in The Argus (Melbourne), Sat 1 Feb 1902.
Funeral in Maryborough, Sat 1 Feb 1902. See item in The Argus (Melbourne), 4 Feb 1902.
Jessie died 3 Jan 1922, age 70 yrs.
Rev. William had issue by 2nd wife:
Rev. William Gould's diary entry, 14 May 1884, when his 1st wife died.
Courtesy of Ralph Powell.
Please donate to support this site.
I have spent a great deal of time and money on this research.
Research involves travel and many expenses.
Some research "things to do"
are not done for years, because I do not have the money to do them.
Please Donate Here to support the ongoing research and to keep this website free.