I bought an Oregon Champion gooseberry bush last year. I was weeding near it just now and found several volunteer gooseberry plants in a clump a few feet from the parent bush, like they grew from a berry that was dropped by a bird. To the best of my knowledge none of my neighbors grow gooseberries, so the seeds would probably have been self-pollinated (if they even do self-pollinate).
I don't know if gooseberries are typically grown from seed, or cuttings grafted onto a different root-stock, or if the baby plants would breed true to their parent's type. Should I keep and cultivate these new plants?