Llangynog, Montgomeryshire ; Cavalry Club, w.
GOUGH, of Whitefield, Cumberland. See
GOUGH-CALTHORPE. See Anst rather- Gough.
Calthorpe, and Calthorpe.
GOUIN, the Hon. Sir Lomee, K.C.M.G,, K.C.
— Cr. Knt. 1908, K.C.M.G. 1913.
Son of Dr. Joseph Ner^e Gouin, of Grondines, Pro-
vince of Quebec, who d. 1871, by Seraphine, who d.
1881,dau. of the late Joseph FugJre, Esq., of Batiscan ;
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b. 1861 ; m. 1st 1888 Elisa, who d. 1904, eldest dau. of
the late Honore Mercier, Esq., ex-Premier of Quebec ;
2ndly 1911 Alice, dau. of Auguste Amos, Esq., of
Montreal. Sir Lomer Gouin, who was educated at
Sorel and at Livis, Province of Quebec (LL.B. 1884,
LL.D. 1902), admitted to the Quebec Bar 1884 and
appointed a Q.C. 1900, has been M.L.A. of Quebec
since 1897, and was Minister of Colonization and
Public Works 1900-5; appointed Premier and
Attorney-Gen. 1905.— 16, Mont-Carmel Street, Quebec,
GOULBURN, Henrt, Esq., of Betchworth,
Eldest son of Col. Edward Goulburn, Grenadier
Guards, of Betchworth, who d. 1887 (by Maria
Louisa, dau. of the Rev. William Tower), and grandson
of the late Right Hon. Henry Goulburn, M.P. ; b. 1858.
Is Major ret. late Grenadier Guards, a J.P. for Surrey,
and Patron of 2 livings. — Betchworth House, Betch-
worth ; Guards', and Travellers' Clubs, s.w.
Col. ReserTe of OflBcers, and Lieut.-Col.
late Comm. 3rd N. Midland Brigade R.P.A., Territorial
Force : commanded the N. Midland Divisional Art., North-
ern Command, 1909-13, and wasa temp. Brigadier-Gen. R.A.
1914-16; educated at Cheltenham ; b. 1860; m. 1892 Grace
Ethel, eldest dau. of William Henry Foster, Esq., of Apley
Park, Shropshire, and has, with other issue, a son, *Edward
Henry, b. 1903.
GOULD, Sir Peancis Carruthees, Knt. — Or.
Second son of Richard Davie Gould, Esq., Architect,
of Barnstaple, who d. 1900, by Judith Carruthers, who
d. 1901, dau. of the late William Ford, Esq. ; b. 1844 ;
m. 1869 Emily, dau. of the late Hugh Bailment, Esq.,
of Barnstaple. Sir Francis Gould, who was educated
at Barnstaple, is a Major ret., late London Irish Rifle
Vols., a well-known Caricaturist and Assistant Editor
of the 'Westminster Gazette.' — Upway, Porlock,
Somerset; Eeform. and National Liberal Clubs, s.y/.
GOULD, Sir Alfred Peaece, K.C.V.O.,
C.B.E., F.R.C.S.— Cr. 1910.
Second son of the Rev. George Gould, of Norwich, who
d. 1882, by Elizabeth, who rf. 1889, 2nd dau. of the late
William Pearce,Esq.,of S.Molton; *. 1852; ?«.. 1st 1878
Katherine Mary, whorf. 1882, 2nd dau. of John Heelas,
Esq., of Wokingham; 2ndly 1885 Florence, youngest
dau. of the late Right Hon. Sir Robert Lush, a
Lord Justice of Appeal. Sir Alfred Gould, who was
educated at Amersham Hall School and at Univ. Coll.,
London, of which he is a Fellow and a Member of the
Council (M.B. London Univ. 1874, M.S. 1876, F.R.C.S.
1877), was formerly Senior Vice-President of the R.
Coll. of Surgeons, and Vice-chancellor of London Univ.
1915-17, and is Consulting Surgeon to Middlesex
Hospital ; ex-President of the Clinical Section of the
R. Society of Medicine, and of the Medical Society of
London and Lieut.-Col. 3rd London Gen. Hospital,
R. Army Medical Corps, Territorial Force — Athenreum
Club, s.w. ; 10, Queen Amie Street, Cavendish Square, w.
GOULD, Lieut.-Col. the Hon. Sir Albert
John, Knt.— Cr. 1908.
Only sou- of John Morton Gould, Esq., of Singleton,
N.S.W., who d. 1872, by Anne, who d 1860, dau. of
the late D. Livingstone, Esq.; b. 1847; m. 1872
Jeannette Jessie, 7th dau. of tlie late E. L. Maitland,
Esq., C.E., of Maitland. Sir Albert Gould, who was
educated at Parramatta and at Sydney Univ., and
called to the Bar at Sydney 1870, is the senior Member
of Gould & Shaw, Solicitors, Sydney, Chancellor of
the dioceses of Sydney and Newcastle, and Major and
Hon. Lieut.-Col. ret., late 4th Regt. N.S.W. Infantry,
V.D., was M.L.A., N.S.W., 1881-98, Minister of
Justice 1889-91 and 1894-8, M.L.C. 1899-1900, and
a Member of the Senate of the Commonwealth of
Australia from its creation in 1901 until 1917 and
President 1907-10.— Eynesbury, Edgecliff, Sydney, New
South Wales ; Australian Club, Sydney ; Melbourne
GOULD, Capt. Gboege Thomas Ingelheim, of
Eldest son olf Hamilton Llewellin Gould, Esq., of
Upwey, who d. 1891, by Henrietta Amelia, who d.
1873, 3rd dau. of the late Signor John Donadelli ;
b. 1845 ; m. 1880 Ellen Louisa, who d. 1918, 2nd dau.
of the late StandishDarby O'Grady, Esq., of Aghamarta,
CO. Cork, and has, with other issue, a son, *George
Ingelheim, D.S.O., Major 2nd Lancers, Indian Army ;
b. 1882; m. 1916 Florence Bridgman-Smith, of New
York, U.S.A. Capt. Gould, who was educated at the
R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, and was formerly Capt.
R.E., is Lord of the Manor of Upwey. — Residence :
Sandford Park, Eanelagh, Dublin ; Union Club, s.w.
GOULD. See Baring-Gould.
GOULDING, the Right Hon. Sir William
Joshua, Bart., of Millicent, co. Kildare ;
and of Roebuck Hill, co. Dublin.— Cr. 1904.
Eldest son of William Goulding, Esq., D.L., of Summer-
hill, CO. Cork, formerly M.P. for Cork, who d. 1884, by
COUNTY FAMILIES OF
his 2nd wife Maria Heath, who d. 1892, 2nddau. of the
late EdwardManders, Esq., ofDublin; 6.1856; m. 1881
Ada, only dau. of the late Charles Lingard Stokes, Esq.,
of Pauntley, Worcestershire. Sir William Goulding,
who was educated at St. John's Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 1879, M.A. 1883), isa J.P. for cos. Kildare (High
SheriflF 1907) and Dublin (High Sheriff 1906), a D.L «nw Mi'oc, ^f Wool- P„ w j-i, i. i j
for the City of Cork, Chairman of the Great Southern i ^„„J„k 't!'_?^ ^/'* Grange, Northumberland
Govett, who was educated at Univ. Coli Oxford
(B.A. 1852, M.A. 1855), is a J.P. for Middlesex (was
on the roll for High Sheriff for 1897), and was formerly
a Director of the S.-Western Kailw&y.—Lale/iam,
and Western Railway, of the Irish Railway Clearing
House, and of W. & H. M. Goulding Ltd., Depiity
Chairman of the Fishguard and Rosslare Harbours and
Railway Co., a Director of the National Bank Ltd.,
and a Commissioner of the Irish Lights Board ; was i
Chairman of the Property Losses (Ixeland) Commis-
sion 1916.— 31Ulicent, Salliiis, co. Kildare; Carlton
Club, s.w. ; Kildare Street, and Universittj Clubs,
Beir, his son WilUam Lingard Amphlett, Oapt. 4th Batt. '
B. Irish Fusiliers : late Lieut. S. Irish Horse ; b. 188.3 ;
m. 1908 Nesta Violet, 2nci dau. of the late Hon. George
Wright, a Judge of the King's Bench Div. of the High
Court of Justice, Ireland, and ha5, with other issue, a son
•William Basil, 6. 1909. !
GOULDING, the Right Hon. Sir Edward
Alfred, Bart., of Wargrave Hall, Berk-
shire.— Cr. 1915.
Second son of William Goulding, Esq., D.L., of
Summerhill, co. Cork, formerly M.P. for Cork, who d
1884, by his 2nd wife Maria Heath, who d. 1892, 2nd ! GOWER,
dau. of the late Edward Manders, Esq., of Dublin ; 4.
1862. Sir Edward Goulding, who was educated at
Clifton and at St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1885,
M.A. 1889), and called to the Bar at the Inner
Temple 1887, is a J.P. for Berks and for co. London
and a D.L. for co. Cork ; was President of the Cam-
bridge Union 1886, Private Secretary (unpaid) to the
President of the Local Government Board 1895-8 and
a Member of theL.C.O. 1895-1901; sat as M.P. for
the Devizes Div. of Wiltshire 1895-1906 and has sat
for Worcester since 190%.— Wargrave Hall, Wargraue,
Berkshire; Carlton, and Marlborough Clubs, s.w.;
Constitutional Club, w.c.
Hannah Jane, eldest dau. of Thomas Gow, Esq.,
of West Grange, who d. 1912, by Jane, who d. 1905*
only dau. of the late William Potts Hedley, Esq., of
Woodhill, Northumberland.— fTcsi Grange, Cambo,
Anna, dau. of the late Rev. Samuel Brown Ardagh,
M.A., Rector of Barrie, Ontario; m. 1853 the Hon.
Sir James Robert Gowan, LL.D., K.C., a J.P. for
Canada, who was for many years Chairman of the
Board of Public Instruction, and for 19 years Chairman
of the Divorce Tribunal in the Senate of Canada,
Senior Judge of Simcoe District 1843-83, a Judge of
the High Court of Justice, Canada, 1883, and a Senator
of Canada 1886-1907, who had completed over 60
years of judicial service, and who was cr. K.O.M.G.
1905 and d. 1909. — Ardraven, Barrie, Canada.
Capt. Erasmus William, of
Glandovan, and Castle Malgwyn, Pem-
brokeshire; and formerly of Clynderwen,
Elder son of Capt. Erasmus Gower, J.P., late 12th
Lancers, of Glandovan, and Castle Malgwyn, and of
Clynderwen, who d. 1914, by Catherine Vans, 2nd
dau. of the late Robert Vans Agnew, Esq., M.P., of
Barubarroch, and Shauchaii, Wigtownshire; b. 1885;
m. 1913 Violet Florence, dau. of the late Francis,
Creagh, Esq., of The Castle, Listowel, co. Kerry, and
has, with other issue, a eon, * Erasmus Francis, b.
1914. Capt. Gower, who was educated at Wellington,
and was formerly Lieut. Northumberland Fusiliers,
Magistrate for Pembrokeshire, and Capt. R.
— '■'■-iliere.— Ca«