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Latest News: Blog

Latest additions to the site, late-breaking family news and recent photos. Find out about our move here. 

Trips: ProShow Videos

Major trips Diana and Dick have taken as far back as 1974. These trips have been taken on our own or with tour companies: Tauck, Vantage, Perillo, American Express, and Overseas Adventure Travel (OAT).

Gough Events: Photos and ProShows of Family Happenings

Mostly of interest to family members, a collection of photos, slide shows, and ProShow videos of events occurring as early as our wedding in 1969.  Has such things as Diana's garden evolution and family summers on Cape Cod.

Recipes: An Extensive Recipe Collection

Two sets of recipes: kids favorites (30 recipes) and Diana's complete recipe file of approximately 450 recipes.  You can use the search link to help find a particular recipe.  Also includes drink recipes like Diana's favorite, Pomegranate Martini.

Genealogy & Miscellaneous:  Miscellaneous Documents

Database.  Documents, video clips, quotes, Christmas newsletters, special event menus, and more.  Here you can learn about the DNA project I joined.

Access to some of this information may be restricted. 


A useful guide for recognizing a stroke: View

What to do if you're alone when a heart attack strikes: View


Welcome to the Gough Family Website.  If you want to know more about the photo collage above, just click on it.

The table at right summarizes what's here.  Or you can Search

For those of you who may wonder what you do with shoeboxes full of family photos and memorabilia, this site represents what I decided to do with the shoeboxes that I had.  It's my attempt to put a 21st century face to family history.

Most of the material on this site can be directly viewed with your web browser.  However, there are a number of Adobe documents; to read these you'll need an Adobe reader.  Get the free reader

Beyond these, the site has a number of streaming videos created using two applications: ProShow and DivX.  Instructions for playing these are found where the videos are.

If you want to learn more about ProShow or DivX before starting, click these links: 

ProShow   DivX