Gulden’s Mustard — Actually made by Guldens from New York

Gulden’s Mustard — Actually made by Guldens from New York Charles Gulden was the creator Gulden’s Spicy Mustard and many other sauce condiments in the mid-1800s. PARENTS: Jacob Adam Gulden (1811-1898), and Albertina Geissen (1813-1854), both from Schwetzingen, Germany, just outside of Heidelberg. Immigrated to Pennsylvania USA before 1835. Became naturalized citizen in New York … Read more

Searching for John Franklin Golden of New York and Alexandria, Virginia

John Franklin Golden of New York, born probably before 1925, perhaps as early as 1915, would find himself in Alexandria, Virginia at some time between 1948-1952. While there he met, and may have married, Charlotte Alberta Rambo 1928–1988. There is no known public record of a marriage nor divorce, so most key info about John Golden … Read more

Valentine Golden (Golder) of NY and Rachel Van Houten of NJ – Married 1825

Golding/Golden/Goulding et al Family History on Facebook Updated 2017.08.05 Valentine Golden of (Queens) New York married Rachel Van Houten in Bergen, New Jersey on October 16th, 1825. Parents of both Valentine and Rachel have not yet been identified. One undocumented source lists his parents as being David Golden and Elizabeth Hambrick. His birth is listed as 1797. (1) Valentine … Read more

New England Marriages before 1699

Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook Goulding, William and Margaret Lake, married 2 Apr 1676 Westchester Co, NY — This family is well documented. Info on Ancestry. This Goulding family is believed to be descended from William Golding/Goldner who briefly stopped over in Virginia before continuing on to Long Island, … Read more

Thomas Goulden, Loyalist and member of Butler’s Rangers, 1778

Butlers Rangers, Revolutionary War Loyalists Thomas Goulden, Loyalist and member of Butler’s Rangers >>> I do not know of a descendant line associated with Thomas. Thomas served in 1778 at the very start when Butler’s Rangers were formed as a militia group. The Rangers had a reputation for exceptional savagery. They fought principally in western … Read more

Sam Golden – Color Oil Paints Master – the secret is kept out in the cow barn

Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook Samuel S. “Sam” Golden retired, got bored, and started a company in his cow barn in New Berlin, New York back in 1980. Among his accomplishments: Sam is credited with the development of the first artist acrylic, the first phthalocyanine artist paints, the first iridescent artist … Read more

Alfred and Mary Copp Rockett Golding immigrate to America from UK, 1885

Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook It was springtime in full bloom when the City of Richmond pulled into New York harbor after an almost two weeks journey from Liverpool, England, with a stop in Queenstown, County Cork, Ireland to take on more passengers. With this arrival came a new … Read more