Keeling Replaced as Administrator of Capt Thomas Gouldman Estate, 1687

Capt Thomas Gouldman Estate, 1687, Keeling Replaced as Administrator June 1st, 1687 — The Old Rappahanock Court ordered Mary Warriner Keeling, widow of Edward Keeling to deliver every scrap of paper as they belong to the estate of Captain Thomas Gouldman: “…make true discovery and deliver up … all & every such papers bills & accts…”. … Read more

Successful – Julia Golding – Fantasy Author, former Diplomat (UK), Conflict Resolution Activist (U.N.)

Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook Julia Golding Born: March 1969 Julia is married with three children. She also publishes under two pen names: Joss Stirling and Eve Edwards. In 2007 she was named as one of  ’25 Writers of the Future’. Family History: unresearched. Essex County, England is home to some … Read more

George Golding – Jamestown – and notes on other early Jamestown Golding/Gouldings of possible relation

Golding/Golden/Goulding Family History on Facebook Commentary by Catherine Gauldin George Golding did not survive according to the information I have about him. He was probably a relation of Bartholomew Gosnold. Below is all of the information I have regarding the Goulding/Golding immigrants to Jamestown. I’m looking for more information about THOMAS GOLDING/GOULDING, listed in the … Read more

1575 – ‘The Sacrifice of Abraham’ by Arthur Golding – with a useful history of Goldings included

Golding/Golden/Goulding Family History on Facebook A very useful history of the English Golding family from about 1400-1600 in Southeast England is provided as an introduction to the 1909 reprint of A tragedie of Abraham’s sacrifice. Arthur Golding (A.G.) translated A tragedie of Abraham’s sacrifice from the original French of author Théodore de Bèze into English … Read more

Goldings of Virginia before they became Goldens of South Carolina

Golding/Golden on Facebook The Golding and Foster families had numerous intermarriages while living in Virginia. The Golding and Tinsley families were also close, with one Revolutionary war member of the Tinsley family even being named Golding Tinsley. All three families migrated together en mass from Virginia to South Carolina just prior to or during the … Read more

Will of Henry Golding, Esquire, of Little Birch, Essex, England, 20 March 1575 … and a Shakespeare connection

Golding/Golden on Facebook / My Family History Notes Prominent personalities mentioned within the will: Henry Golding = 10th great grand uncle Arthur Golding = 10th great grandfather George Golding = 10th great grand uncle Robert Waldegrave = a major printer and publisher of the time.  Association with Waldegrave was important for the Goldings as they … Read more

Percival Golding, Jr – 1608 to 1680

Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook Updated 2014.04.24 Percival Golding’s (1608-1680) parents were Percival Golding (1579 – 1635) and Emily Farmer (1580 – 1640). Percival married a Katherine (family unknown but possibly ‘Hill’) and had as many as eight children to include Arthur, Dorothy, Eliza, William, Gideon (1625-1686), and Ephraim (1663-1707) YDNA: A YDNA … Read more