Arriving in America – Who, When, Where – 1607 to 1699

Golding/Golden/Goulding Family et al History on Facebook Immigrant Arrivals After 1699 There are obvious challenges to documenting when someone immigrated first to America, and to whom they are related. An even harder challenge is sorting through two or more family lines of Goldings, both originating in the same very small village at Dunston, Lincolnshire, England. … Read more

Arriving in America – 1607 to 1699

Golding/Golden/Goulding Family et al History on Facebook Immigrant Arrivals After 1699 There are obvious challenges to documenting when someone immigrated first to America, and to whom they are related. An even harder challenge is sorting through two or more family lines of Goldings, both originating in the same very small village at Dunston, Lincolnshire, England. … Read more

NEW John Golding and Elizabeth Ripley Facebook page

Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook There is now a Facebook page just for the descendents, and about, John Golding (c1640-1684) and Elizabeth Ripley (c1639-1683). It is claimed that John had three sons: John (William) Golding (1670 – 1747), William Golding (1680 – 1747) and Richard Griffin Golding (1681 – 1751) … Read more

The Golding Baronetcy, of Colston Bassett, 1642-1716

Golding/Golden/Goulding Family History on Facebook Golding, of Colston Bassett Created 27th September 1642 Extinct about 1716 I. [Sir] Edward Golding, esq. of Colston Bassett, in the county of Nottingham, who was created a Baronet in 1642, married Eleanor, daughter of John Throckmorton, esq. of Coughton, in the county of Warwick, and had issue, of which … Read more

John Reid Golding – Professor of Languages

Golding/Golden/Goulding Family History on Facebook 1811-1822 – John R. Goulding hired as Chair of Ancient Languages, Franklin College, now part of the University of Georgia. 1823 – GOLDING, John R. m. Miss Sophronia Nott, eldest dau. of A. Nott of S. C. 12/25/1823. // Source: Mt. Missionary published Hancock Co., Ga. 2/2/1824. 1824 – GOLDING, … Read more

John Golden, alias Golding, hung for piracy – a court case that reverberates today re ‘Stateless Combatants’

Golding/Golden/Goulding Family History on Facebook Discussions of politics and religion usually lead to little good. So was the outcome of John Golden, alias Golding, who served King James II (a Catholic) as a privateer at the time that Prince William of Orange (a Protestant) took power in England via a civil war. The forces of … 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