Clyde E. Golden of Maryland, PVT, 115 Infantry Regt, World War II

Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook Clyde Ellis Golden was born about 1922 to Robert Russell Golden 1900–1974 and Anna Virginia LNU 1903–aft 1949. Born at Cumberland, Alleghany, Maryland. Mother Anna Virginia was born in Pennsylvania. There was one sibling: Betty C. Golden, born 1925 and still believed living as of 2019. … Read more

Private Cletus Franklin Golden killed at Normandy, France – World War II

Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook Cletus Franklin Golden possibly descends from the line of William Golding (1704-1782), Richard Golding (1744-1788), and Reuben Golding (1783-1850). The father of James Oliver Golden (1817-1902) was said to be Reuben Golden, born in 1783 at the Ninety-Six District, South Carolina. This would be appropriate timing and place … Read more

Civil War – 1,010 Goldens served with Union forces

Golding/Golden/Goulding Family History on Facebook Updated 2019.03.25 When war came the Goldens sent their own Army, fighting in large numbers for both the Union and for the Confederacy. Some volunteered, and many were drafted — on both sides. Union forces also included 31 Goldens organized into “Colored” units: non-white military units. Tennessed Goldens were not … Read more

Army 2nd Lt. Kenneth Edward Golden KIA in Vietnam, February 1968

Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook Home of Record: Youngstown, Trumbull County, Ohio From The Register, Danville, Virginia, Sunday, Feb 11, 1968, page 3-A: Army 2nd Lt. Kenneth Edward Golden, son of M. Sgt. (MSGT Master Sergeant) Arthur E. Golden of Fort Bragg, North Carolina and Loretta Philbin of Youngstown, … Read more

What happened to Private William H. Golden in Civil War? Son of John Richard “Dickey” Golden and Martha Hughes

Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook William H. Golden was born about 1846 in Pickens, South Carolina. Other than his birth, the only thing we know about him is that he joined or was drafted into the 1st Regiment, Rifles (infantry), of South Carolina in 1864. This unit was assigned … Read more