Grandparents – Nicholas Martiau, French Huguenot and Jamestown Settler, 1620

Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook Golden and Belcher family history — grandparents that you may not know that you have. Captain and Virginia Burgess Nicholas Martiau (1591-1657) settled at Jamestown in 1620 and was in the first Virginia House of Burgesses (legislature). >>> I am related to this grandfather via my grandmother Readie … 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

George Golding – A 1607 First Wave Jamestown, Virginian

Golding/Golden/Goulding Family History on Facebook George Golding (or Goulding) was among the very first settlers at Jamestown in 1607. His Virginia Company status was ‘Laborer’. Each member of the 1607 Jamestown settlement (almost all men) had specific roles to play within the company. While laborer seems rather trivial, there were only 13 designated laborers and … Read more

Gideon Golding prepares for death – is concerned for his slave Baddue’s freedom

Golding/Golden on Facebook / My Family History Notes Updated 2017.03.31 Before immigrating from England to America it appears that the Golding family of Essex/Suffolk England migrated first to the Caribbean. These Goldings descend from the famed Arthur Golding of English literary history. One branch immigrated by way of Barbados and Bermuda before settling into New York. … Read more