Lost and Found Goldens / Misc Notes
These are some of the Goldens that I and others are searching for:
Beulah and Thomas Clarence Golden
Were on the 1900 Lowndes Co. MS census along with Thomas Jefferson Golden and his second wife, Nancy Pilkington and Nancy’s mother as head of house. I cannot find further record of Beulah or Thomas Clarence. What happened to them?
Catherine Jane Golden
b. Shippensburg, PA in 1840.
Elizabeth (Betsy) Golden
b. 27 Apr 1805 SC m. James Cansler in 1798/1799 in Greenville, SC & moved to Christian Co., KY. She was the daughter of Richard and Susannah Golden of Pendleton Co., SC.Would appreciate any information anyone may have on this family.
John Goldyng (Golding)
– Birth bef 1410 in England // Death 1451 in Glemsford, Suffolk, England // Was employed as a carpenter in the building of Windsor Castle from 1427-1451 when he died. Source: http://www.glemsford.org.uk/lhswindsor.html
Lived in St. John, N.B., Canada, and moved to New York when married to Edward Nathan. She was born around 1882. // POC: D. Scott: PO Box 17116, Plantation FL 33318-7116
b. 1775 in SC (or Wales) and married to Ruth Sheehan // POC Adrian Hopkins
ISO Atchison County, MS, Goldens, specifically the line of James C. Golden who m. Lydia M. Van Leuven. // POC: Kerry Fleming, Manchester, MO, GYNRN@aol.com
Martha E. Golden
b. 1837, brother named Griffin G. Golden. Martha Golden married Lawson MASHBURN on Sep 22, 1852, in Talledega County, AL. // POC: Marceline Beem
Researching the Golding family of Orange/Albemarle Co. VA/Surry Co., NC. Reuben Golding b.c1802 in Surry Co., NC, married a woman named Elizabeth, maiden name unknown. I am also interested in the Golding families that lived in Henrico Co. VA. near the Hanover Co. line in the 1850/1860 period and their connection to the Orange/Albemarle Co. Goldings. Near my home there was a battle of Golding’s Farm which took place in 1862 during the Seven Days Battles. This farm was near Seven Pines, Fair Oaks and Savage’s Station for you Civil War buffs. Interested in exchanging info with other Golding researchers. // POC: Velpo Robertson Jr. at firstname.lastname@example.org
Researching Richard GOLDEN b.1798 Lincoln Co. GA d. 1876 // POC: Bill Forehand at email@example.com
Sarah Marie Golden
ISO Atchison County, MS, Goldens. How Sarah Marie Golden, who married Lewis Calvin Christian, related to James C. Golden? // POC: Kerry Fleming, Manchester, MO, GYNRN@aol.com
Thomas C. Golden
MS, circa 1900, See ISO#G0001
b. bef 1836? OH, m. Delphey, Octavia b. bef 1858 // POC: SDunavan@aol.com
Lineage of Willis GOLDEN b. 9 Oct 1795 VA d. 3 Nov 1863 Harrison County, WV *parents – ? John and Milla GOLDEN // POC: Tod Davis, 3142 Grange Road, Trenton, MI 48183 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Worden Golden, b. 8 Oct 1831 in Albany Co. N.Y? Any help will be greatly appreciated on any GOLDEN from Albany Co. N.Y. // POC: Eldon L. Hills
U.S. Senator James Stephen Golden of Kentucky and his wife, the former Ruth S. Decker.
Adrian Hopkins has passed along information on claiming military medals for these three Goldens:
- Golden, Blackshir; F; 8th Reg Inf Vols
- Golden, George W.; Cpl.; K; 2nd Reg Inf Vols
- Golden, Patrick; H; 2nd Reg Vet Inf Vols
In order to claim an ancestor’s medal, a claimant must submit his or her line of descent from the veteran along with documentation to support this line of descent. To establish line of descent, claimants must include copies of primary sources, including birth, death, marriage, will, deed, military, census, Bible records, etc. Old letters, diaries, marriage announcements, or obituaries may also prove helpful in verifying a descendant’s claim. Please note that a family chart submitted without further documentation is not sufficient. To pursue this further go to the West Virginia States Archives http://www.wvlc.wvnet.edu/history/medallst.html