Misc Golding/Golden/Goulding Notes – April 2013

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Below are miscellaneous notes collected during April 2013. I have made no attempt to verify or to track down additional information.

Georgia

1820 – Georgia gained one seat in reapportionment following the 1820 Census. Georgia elected its seven representative seats on a general ticket. Ten candidates ran, to include John R. Golding, who was unsuccessful in winning a seat. // Source.

North Carolina

1815 – North Carolina – Joel HILL (descended from Robert , Sr., William , Sr., Sion ,Jr., Sion W. , Sr, Robert, Robert , Sr) was born 4 Jul 1780 in STOKES CO NC. He died 12 Sep 1857 in STOKES CO NC. // Joel married Mildred GOLDING on 28 Jan 1815 in STOKES CO NC. Mildred was born 29 Dec 1794 in STOKES CO NC. She died 20 Sep 1869 in STOKES CO NC.

1909 – North Carolina – Foye Barker was born 12 November 1909 in Surry County, North Carolina, and died 24 May 1992 in Winston-Salem, Forsyth, North Carolina. She married Franklin ‘Frank’ Haynes 15 December 1927 in Surry County, North Carolina, son of Joseph Haynes and Susan Golding. Franklin ‘Frank’ Hayneswas born 16 November 1893 in Surry County, North Carolina, and died 29 May 1958. // Source

Virginia

1725 – Virginia – William M. Golden, b. 1725/VA, d. 1801/Lincoln Co., GA, married “Polly” Turner. His father was a William and grandfather was John. In a 1801 deed this John said that Nancy Golding was his granddaughter who just married Mark Golden. John left her 1/3 of his property. Mark is listed as marrying Nancy Parks in their family bible, so she may have been a Parks widow. // Source

1754 – Virginia – The Rev Thomas Burgess is recorded on 26 separate road orders in Orange County between 24 September 1742 and 26 April 1765, often building or repairing bridges over the North Anna or Pamunkey Rivers, and earning substantial fees in return. He purchased land from William Golding and Elizabeth Golding in September 1754. // Source

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