Jon, This is what I have from the local historical society member, Debbie Quick.
"I believe Amanda Gleason, wife of Amos Gould, is the daughter of Asa & Lucy Gleason Sr. of Lorraine. I have a partial genealogy on the Gleason family:
Asa Gleason Sr. born between 1740-1750 and died 9/4/1835 Lorraine, NY; buried with both wives in Rural Cem., Adams he came to Lorraine between 1802-1810 married (1) Lucy __ (1747 - 11/28/1827 Lorraine, NY) (2) Hannah __ (1751 - 12/8/1829 Lorraine, NY) Known Children: 1) Amanda - b.c. 1793; m. Amos Gould;1820 Census - Lorraine, had 2s2da under 10 yrs. 2) Jared - b.c. 1795, m. Amy Averill 12/7/1817 in Lorraine Known Child: Asa - b. 1825 3) Asa Jr. - b. 1797, served in the War of 1812 in the 55th Regiment NYV Militia at Sackets Harbor and Ellisburg, m. Lucy Wilcox, d. 5/10/1842 Lorraine, NY, bur. Rural Cem., Adams Known Children: 1) Asa III - b. 1814, d. 1/21/1826 Lorraine, bur. Rural Cem., Adams 2) Felinda - b. 1828, d. 3/7/1849 Lorraine, bur. Rural Cem., Adams 3) Lucy Ann - b. 1820, d. 11/24/1841, bur. Rural Cem., Adams 4) A.L.
The Gleason and Gould families lived in the Town of Lorraine about 3 miles from Adams in the area of a community called Caulkins Mills (later Allendale). The Gleasons at one time ran a grist mill at Allendale. I believe all of the Gould families in the area at that time were farmers. Debbie Quick"
The unfortunate thing about the pre 1850 census sheets is that they only had the head of the households name but no other family member names.
This information is in conflict with other information I have about Amanda's parents.That source shows Joseph Gleason as Amanda's father with her sister Betsey marrying Nathan Gould the brother of Amanda's hsuband Philotus Gould.