Thomas Golding (b1857) of Old Shelf Cottages, Lenham, Kent, England and the German ME-110 that killed a cow

Thomas Golding (born 1857) and some of his descendants, lived at Old Shelf Cottages, Lenham, Kent, England, UK.

During the Battle of Britain, in 1940, a German Messerschmidt ME-110 aircraft was shot down and made a perfect pancake landing at Old Shelve Farm. The plane killed a cow. An eyewitness account from a man called Stan Froud who was a little boy on the neighbouring farm said:

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

OBIT – Enid Dorothy Golding Whiting (1923-2014) of Utah, USA and B-26 Marauder Aircraft Pilot

Golding / Golden / Goulding et al Family History on Facebook Updated 2014.05.25 Enid Dorothy Golding Whiting  (1923-2014) Grandaughter of Charles Thomas Golding, first generation immigrant from England; born 19 May 1867 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England; death 26 Oct 1955 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. Charles Thomas Golding married Josephine M. Droubay, 1866-1952. There were nine Golding children: … Read more