The only trick for this family is to know that pre-1988 sources called them Jose (such as Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines) and after that is was known that Jose also meant Gosse.
1. Thomas Gosse born say 1518 and died about May 1563 at Little Waldingfield, Suffolk, England. His wife's name in his will was Christian, but we don't know if she is the mother of his children. He had eight children: Anne, William, Thomas, Elizabeth, Susan, John, Rose, and Dorothy.
2. Thomas Gosse (Jr.) was born about 1545 and was buried at Little Waldingfield, Suffolk, England on 11 June 1615. He married there on 9 February 1575/6, Thomasine Nottingham born say 1550 and died before 1615. Thomas and Thomasine had twelve children: Christian, Thomasine, Thomas, Edward, John, Abraham, Susan, Isaac, Elizabeth, Jacob, Anne, and Samuel.
3. John Gosse was baptized on 18 February 1582/3 at Little Waldingfield, Suffolk, England and was buried 15 February 1643/4 at Watertown, Massachusetts. He married before 1625 in England, Sarah (---), born about 1605 and died after 1648 likely in Saybrook, Connecticut. Sarah married secondly Robert Nichols who died at Saybrook before 4 June 1680. John and Sarah had three children: Joseph, Elizabeth and Phebe.
4. Phebe Gosse was born about 1629 and died before 1679. She married at Saybrook, Connecticut on 15 December 1649, Robert Bull, born about 1620 and died after 1681. Robert and Phebe had four children: Mary, John, Phebe, and Robert.
Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins; Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (NEHGS, Boston, 1995), II:795-798.[Gosse]
The American Genealogist July 1988:184.
"A Gosse-Nichols-Bull-Jones Connection" by Norman W. Ingham, The American Genealogist 69 (1994):140-41.
“The English Ancestry of John Gosse of Watertown, Mass. and his niece Sarah Caly, Wife of John Dillingham of Mass.” by Leslie Mahler, The American Genealogist 82 (2007):295-307.