Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of the State of Massachusetts, Volume 1

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William Richard Cutter, William Frederick Adams
Lewis historical Publishing Company, 1910 - Massachusetts
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GOULD was born in England, in 1610. and died in Charlestown End, Massachusetts. March 21, 1690-1. He came to this country in the ship "Defence" in 1635, from Towcester, Northamptonshire. He was a carpenter by trade. He was admitted a freeman May 2, 1638. Mis first wife Grace died in 1636. leaving one or two children. She was born in England, in 1611. He married (second) Mary —— , who was admitted to the church January 8. 1036-7, and died at Ten Hills farm, September 28. 1642. He married (third) Toanna , born about 1608. died August 27. 1697, called one hundred years old, but it is probable she was about ninety, judging from the age of her husband, and that she was aged fifty in 1658. Gould lived in the section of Charlestown that became Stoneham. 

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