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

Did William Golden/Goulden of Edgefield, South Carolina have a brother named Thomas?

Edgefield, South Carolina, 1800 Thomas Goulden, brother of Wiliam, husband of Nellie? Thomas Goulden appears in the 1800 Edgefield census with a young male (age 1-10) and two teens/young adults (ages 16-25, a male and a female) living with him. No slaves. >>> From other census records, we know that a Thomas Golden lived in … Read more

Thomas and Catherine Golding, Prince William County, Virginia lose two children, 1856

Golden / Golding / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook At Kinderhook, Prince William County, October 28th, Thomas H. Golding, infant son of Thomas Golding, esq., aged one year and seven months. “Suffer little children to come unto me, of such is the Kingdom of Heaven.” (1) Kinderhook is supposedly in the Neabsco District, … Read more

Anthony Golding of Laurens District, South Carolina – his Last Will, dated 1800

Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook Anthony Golding of Laurens District, South Carolina wrote his last will in 1800, and he passed away a year later on December 27th, 1801 at Milton, Laurens County, South Carolina. Within his will he names his wife as Isabel; sons as Anthony Foster, James … 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

Slaves – Thomas Golding of ‘Missouri Mill’ Prince William County, Virginia advertises for a runaway – 1851

Golding/Golden/Goulding Family History on Facebook Alexandria Gazette 22 Aug 1851 RANAWAY, on Saturday night last, 16th of the present month, August, from my place of residence, MISSOURI MILLS, four and a half miles from Dumfries, Prince William County, Va. my Negro man, who calls himself GEO. POSEY. He is about five feet seven inches in … Read more