Herbert Francis Golds (1876-17 April 1921) was a Municipal Reform Party member of the London County Council.

The son of James Golds, a builder, and his wife Emma, he was born in Bromley, in the Kent suburbs of London. By the time of the 1901 census he had established himself as a draper in Woodford, Essex. In 1903 he married Minnie Jane Boylin and by 1911 the couple were living at Englewood Road, Clapham Common.

He was elected as a councillor representing Wandsworth, Clapham in 1919, but died two years later, aged 44.

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