John Gould/Gold of Bovingdon, Hertfordshire, has two Nathans claiming to be his son. Can anyone shed light.

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John Gold of Bovingdon by his wife's 1650 will had a son Nathan, and a daughter Sarah, who went to New England and had children by 1650. Two men claim to be this son, Nathan Gould of Amesbury d. 1693 and Nathan Gold of Fairfield d. 1694. Both had known children in the 1660s but no known children as early as 1650. Both do not have New England records before 1650.

It's an interesting conundrum, but I've spent way too much time on these persons who are neither PGM or related and have to move on. Perhaps someone knows something already or would like to take on the challenge.

WikiTree profile: John Gould
in Genealogy Help by Anne B G2G Astronaut (1.1m points)

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I've done some updating on John Gould's profile - specifically notes on their wills

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Gould-262

Who was son-in-law George Young(s)?  Was he spouse of Hannah Gould?

 

by Beryl Meehan G2G6 Mach 2 (21.5k points)

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