GOULD, JOHN (d. 1842), an English soldier of fortune who arrived at Lahore with his brother-in-law Colonel Van Cortlandt. He took up service under Mahārājā Raṇjīt Siṅgh in 1834. He commanded a battalion of the Sikh army and remained in service for eight years till his death in 1842 at Fīrozpur.


    Grey, C., European Adventurers of Northern India, 1785-1849. Patiala, 1970

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