Gould (Lingwick Township)

Gould (Lingwick Township)

Between Sherbrooke and Lake Megantic, the township of Lingwick is comprised of the villages of Sainte-Marguerite and Gould. A lumber and agricultural area, with mills on both the Salmon River and Moffat Stream, Gould became the county town of the township in 1855.

Gould (Canton de Lingwick)

The first Gaelic village in the Eastern Townships, Gould was where the half-Irish and half-Scottish founding families, the Cowans and the Hanrights, came to settle.

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The Townships Trail - GPS & Virtual Guide

The Townships Trail - GPS & Virtual Guide image circuit

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