Looking for ancestors of Caroline Robertson Gould (nee Davidson)

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Daughter of William and Caroline Robertson.
Wife of Clarence James Gould.
Sister of Jean (Davidson) Holmes, William Davidson, Gwen Davidson, Gloria (Davidson) Curran, Hazel Davidson and Henry Davidson.
WikiTree profile: Caroline Gould
in Genealogy Help by Lori Bettridge G2G Rookie (260 points)
Is this Australia? Could you add a country tag? Also Caroline's privacy settings make it difficult as we can't see exact dates.
Hi, Sorry Matthew. I have changed the privacy settings.

Caroline was born 30 SEP 1909 • Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. She moved with her family to Australia as a child.

She passed away 11 JAN 1990 • Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

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Leonard William Robertson

 in the Australia, Marriage Index, 1788-1950

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Name: Leonard William Robertson
Spouse Name: Sarah Caroline Josep Macnamara
Marriage Date: 1938
Marriage Place: New South Wales
Registration Place: Leeton, New South Wales
Registration Year: 1938
Registration Number: 24126
by Patricia Stockley G2G6 Pilot (121k points)
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I'm not sure if I've got the correct people because I don't know possible dates.  Your profile seems to be sort of private so it's difficult to know what to search for. 

Clarence J Gould

 in the Australia, Marriage Index, 1788-1950

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    Name: Clarence J Gould
    Spouse Name: Caroline R Davidson
    Marriage Date: 1931
    Marriage Place: New South Wales
    Registration Place: Newcastle, New South Wales
    Registration Year: 1931
    Registration Number: 12758

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    Source Information

    Ancestry.com. Australia, Marriage Index, 1788-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.

    Original data: Compiled from publicly available sources.

    Description

    Vital records—records of births, marriage, and death—are the basic building blocks of family history research, and this database features some of the most comprehensive indexes available of historical Australian marriage records. These indexes were created by Australian registrar's offices after civil registration of births, marriages, and deaths became law in the mid 19th century. Learn more...

     

    by Patricia Stockley G2G6 Pilot (121k points)

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