The Cyclopedia of New Zealand [Otago & Southland Provincial Districts]
Councillor George Gould
Councillor George Gould has been a Member of the Hampden Borough Council since 1896. He was born in the parish of Glass, Banffshire, Scotland, in 1860, and accustomed to a country life on his father's farm from infancy. When only eighteen years of age he came to Port Chalmers, by the ship “Wellington.” In June, 1882, after being three years in the Oamaru district, he entered the service of the New Zealand and Australian Land Company at Moeraki station as head ploughman, and in 1888 was promoted to the position of working overseer. He is a member of the local school committee. Mr. Gould was married in 1899 to a daughter of Mr. J. Stewart, of Kirwee, Canterbury.
Councillor G. Gould.