John G Goulding
- Born: 1843, Glentworth, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Eng
- Christened: 16 Jul 1843, Glentworth, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Eng
- Marriage: Sarah Ann Brocklesby Probably Jun Quarter 1871 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Eng
- Died: 2 Oct 1898, Morton, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Eng at age 55
- Buried: 4 Oct 1898, St Paul's Churchyard, Morton, Lincolnshire, Eng
In the 1851 survey John was living at his grandfather's home in Blyton, Lincolnshire with his mother and father and 3 sisters. Thus we conclude that, as his birth place of Glentworth is correct and consistant with later surveys, this is his family. It also gave us his grandfather on his mothers side as John Greenwood.
In the 1861 survey John was living in Laughton Lincolnshire with John and Maria Browitt and their family. He was listed as an ag servent and aged 17 and was working on a farm of 32 acres.
In the 1871 Census, John was living in the Civil Parish of Blyton in the Ecclesiastical Parish of St Martin in the Town of Blyton and Carr in Lincolnshire England. He was 27 years old, was a farmer with 8 acres and had a servant Sarah Castle aged 59 living with him in Care Lane.
Later in 1871, there is a report of a John Goulding marrying in the June quarter in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire reference 7a 1449 and a report Sarah Brocklesby marrying in the June quarter in Caistor reference 7a 1315.
In the 1881 Census John was married and was living with his wife and family on a farm and completed the census in the at Morton in Gainsborough. He was a farmer with 80 acres. There were two servants one a John Tinker who was 16 in 1881 and the other Theresa Making 14 years old.
Frank Bernard Goulding's birth certificate lists John Goulding as his father and his occupation was a farmer. It also gives Sarah Ann Goulding formerly Brocklesby as his mother.
By the 1891 census, John Goulding was still living in Walkerith Rd at the village of Morton in the rural Sanitary District of Gainsborough in the Parliamentary Division of West Lindsey and the Ecclesiastical District of St Paul's. Their address was given as Walkerith Rd. Another son had appeared, John, who was presumably absent in 1881. Also George had either left home or died. In this survey, Frank Bernard Goulding had been born and was living with them and was listed as Frank B., son, 7 yrs, Scholar, and born in Morton, Lincolnshire. Also in the household was Ann Goulding 2, Twins David and Jonathan 7 months, John Goulding 14, Jonas Goulding, Lucy A Goulding 9, Mary Goulding 12, wife Sarah A Goulding 37, Sarah J Goulding 19 and Walter Goulding 5.
Almost certainly died aged 55 in 1898 in the December quarter in Gainsborough Lincolnshire reference 7a 433. This came up in searches as the first registration of his birth in 1843 in Glentworth, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire on the English and Wales FreeBMD Index 1837-1983. John has a headstone in St Paul's Churchyard, Morton, Lincolnshire, Eng.
By the 1901 census, his wife was living in Walkerith Rd as a widow and head of the house.
In 1905 when Frank was applying for the south African Constabulary, Sarah (John's wife ) had remarried so it would appear John had died earlier as per the census. By Sept 1917, John Goulding was given in Frank's Death Certificate as deceased.
John married Sarah Ann Brocklesby, daughter of John Brocklesby and Jane Laceby, Probably Jun Quarter 1871 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Eng. (Sarah Ann Brocklesby was born on 13 Aug 1853 in Bishop Norton, Caistor, Lincolnshire, Eng, christened on 13 Sep 1853 in Bishop Norton, Caistor, Lincolnshire, Eng and died in 1915 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Eng.)