- 29 March 1860
Aberystruth, Monmouthshire, Wales
- 19 July 1941
Neutral Bay, New South Wales, Australia
Appointed lady superintendent of the New South Wales Army Nursing Service Reserve (NSWANSR), Nellie Gould left Australia on 17 January 1900 with thirteen nursing sisters to serve in the Boer War as part of the British Army. The nursing contingent returned to Australia in 1902.
On 27th September 1914 Nellie Gould enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force and served in Egypt, caring for Gallipoli casualties, followed by service in France and then England. She returned to Australia in January 1919 and was discharged on 3 March. She was unfit to take up nursing duties again and from 1920 she received a war service pension.
In 1916 Nellie Gould was awarded the Royal Red Cross Medal (1st class) for her war work.