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Captain Richard Phelps Gough (27 February 1869 – 12 October 1930) was a Welsh seaman for 50 years, born in Swansea, son of William (H.M Swansea prison engineer) and Mary Ann Gough. He married Harriot Winifred Bright, daughter of late Samuel and Bridget Bright from Victoria Terrace, on 15 October 1908 at Rhyddings English Calvinist Methodist Chapel in Swansea. The Gough family lived in Swansea, on Beechwood Road and later on Bonville Terrace. Horace Nichol Gough (marine engineer) and George Gough (Headmaster at Rutland-Street School) were two of his brothers.

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  • Captain Richard Phelps Gough (27 February 1869 – 12 October 1930) was a Welsh seaman for 50 years, born in Swansea, son of William (H.M Swansea prison engineer) and Mary Ann Gough. He married Harriot Winifred Bright, daughter of late Samuel and Bridget Bright from Victoria Terrace, on 15 October 1908 at Rhyddings English Calvinist Methodist Chapel in Swansea. The Gough family lived in Swansea, on Beechwood Road and later on Bonville Terrace. Horace Nichol Gough (marine engineer) and George Gough (Headmaster at Rutland-Street School) were two of his brothers.
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  • Captain Richard Phelps Gough (27 February 1869 – 12 October 1930) was a Welsh seaman for 50 years, born in Swansea, son of William (H.M Swansea prison engineer) and Mary Ann Gough. He married Harriot Winifred Bright, daughter of late Samuel and Bridget Bright from Victoria Terrace, on 15 October 1908 at Rhyddings English Calvinist Methodist Chapel in Swansea. The Gough family lived in Swansea, on Beechwood Road and later on Bonville Terrace. Horace Nichol Gough (marine engineer) and George Gough (Headmaster at Rutland-Street School) were two of his brothers. Gough, a sea captain, master mariner and later on a Swansea Sea Pilot (1904-1930), came from "one of the oldest families in Swansea" and was in the nineteen twenties one of the most prominent seamen of south Wales. He was also a very sociable man, freemason and accustomed to talking in public, as he hand-wrote in a note book, some of his speeches and stories ready to be delivered such as "the Bachelors' farewell" or "the wreck of the Cyprian".
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