DNA Testing of select Golden males lines is offered at no cost. See post for details. Testing is limited to Golden males born to a Golden father from a specific Golden male line being researched.
The trial of Golden/Golding and others is documented within A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason, Volume 12. The particular trial is “Trial of Thomas Jones and others as pirates, though acting under King James II. commission, 5 William and Mary, A. D. 1693”.
Fleetwood Augustus Golden, Birth: 1875 (Newberry or Laurens County) South Carolina. Death: 1965 Burial: Liberty Springs Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cross Hill, Laurens County, South Carolina
Caraway Grandparents — As of July 2023, plentiful (10+) DNA matches have been made between our Goldens living near (Newberry SC) to the Smith-Caraway family (Abbeville SC). These matches strongly indicate that our Goldens had a Caraway grandparent within 1-2 generations preceding 1776.
Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook Jeff Golden served in the U.S. Army during World War I (1918-19) as a member of the Ordnance Corps. Rank: PFC. After the war he returned to Oconee, South Carolina, but at some time between 1920 and 1927 he went North where he met … Read more
GoldenGenealogy.com — Family history and genealogy for surnames of Golden, Golding, Goulding, Goldman, Gouldman, Goleman, Golman, Golmon and other similar families.
Green Golding (Golden) is appointed in 1821 as a Commissioner of Roads, Bridges and Ferries in the Parish of Saint Bartholomew, South Carolina.
Orphaned Goldman and Gouldman Family Lines — these lines seem to have no connection to any of the known Goldman and Gouldman family trees.
The Reverend William Golding/Goulding of the Somers Isles and Rector of St George Parish, Bermuda 1643-1648 Below are some of my background notes on the Reverend William Golding/Goulding (hereafter William Golding) of the Somers Isles. My theory is that the Rev William Golding is the father of the John Golding that married Elizabeth Ripley at Gloucester, Virginia in … Read more
Thomas Golding (born 1857) and some of his descendants, lived at Old Shelf Cottages, Lenham, Kent, England, UK.
During the Battle of Britain, in 1940, a German Messerschmidt ME-110 aircraft was shot down and made a perfect pancake landing at Old Shelve Farm. The plane killed a cow. An eyewitness account from a man called Stan Froud who was a little boy on the neighbouring farm said: