Mexican-American War Service

The following served their country during the Mexican-American War:

  • Golden, Archibald (aka Goulding) (Pvt) – Co D, 2nd Indiana Infantry
  • Golden, Dominick (Pvt) – Co G, 1st Massachusetts Volunteers
  • Golden, Edward (Pvt) – Co E, 7th New York Volunteeers
  • Golden, Elisha (Pvt) – Co C, Eason’s Battalion, Missouri Infantry
  • Golden (aka Goldin), George W. (Pvt) – Talbots Co M, 1st Virginia Volunteers
  • Golden, Hannibal (aka Goldin) (Pvt) – Co K, Palmetto Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers
  • Golden, Henry (Pvt) – Captain Thompson’s Co V, 2nd Regiment Texas Mounted Volunteers
  • Golden, Isaac (Pvt) – Co D, Mounted Regiment Arkansas Infantry
  • Golden, Mace B. – Co F, 2nd Texas Mounted Volunteers
  • Golden, Richard (Pvt) – Captain Desha’s Co. D, Mounted Regiment Arkanasas Infantry (b.circa 1827)
  • Golden, Timothy (Pvt) – C Co., 1st New York Volunteers
  • Golden, William (Pvt) – Co C., Mounted Regiment Arkanasas Infantry
  • Golden, Worson/Wasson (2LT) – Co M, 2nd Missouri Mounted Infantry
  • Goldin, Samuel (Pvt) – Co A, 3rd Louisiana Militia Infantry
  • Goulding, Daniel (Pvt) – Co A, Seymour’s Battalion, Georgia Infantry
  • Goulding, Daniel (Pvt) – Co D, 5th Louisiana Militia Infantry
  • Goulding Edwin R (Capt) – Co A, Calhoun’s Mounted Battalion, Georgia Infantry
  • Goulding, Edwin R (2LT) – Co A, 1st Georgia Infantry
  • Goulding, John C. (Pvt/Sergeant Major) – Co A, Calhoun’s Mounted Battalion, Georgia Infantry

The Mexican–American War, also known as the Mexican War, the U.S.–Mexican War, the Invasion of Mexico, the U.S. Intervention, “The War of Irrelevants”, or the United States War Against Mexico, was an armed conflict between the United States and Mexico from 1846 to 1848 in the wake of the 1845 U.S. annexation of Texas, which Mexico considered part of its territory despite the 1836 Texas Revolution.

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