A Probable History of the Golden Family
of Newberry, South Carolina Since 1761
The individuals below may appear in your DNA matches.
- DNA Tested?
~~~ Yes. 10+ descendants are DNA (atDNA) tested. Three male Golden descendants are yDNA tested.
- Birth: about 1812, South Carolina, probably in the Newberry area
- Death: after mid-1882, North Carolina. Daughter born late in 1882 and had mail in October 1882.
~~~ Yes, will be added.
- Working Notes: Yes, will be added online with time.
- A Last Will and Testament and/or Probate documentation exists: No
- Relationship WDGolden: Unknown.
~~~ 1842 Sep 5: … N. G. Golden. Bond. Pack 249 #31. Clerk of Court Office. Pickens, S.C. We N. G. Golden and P. Alexander of Pickens Dist. are bound uno Elias Lotts in the sum of sixty eight dollars, the said bond or bill of attachment dated 5 Sept. 1842. Whereas the sd. bound N. G. Golden hath this day sued out a writ of attachment against the said Elias Lotts before W. L. Keith, CC for the Dist. aforesaid. Now the condition of the obligation is such that is sd. N. G. Golden shall satisfy and pay Elias Lotts and discontinue his sd. suit also all damages which shall be recovered of illegally sueing. Signed N. G. Golden, seal. P. Alexander, seal. … I have few records on Alexanders but they are plentiful in the Pickens and Easley area, even today. A Morgan cousin raves about how the Alexanders have been with our families almost forever — but am unable to find how we directly connect. Certainly Alexanders and Morgans know, and have known, one another for some 5-6 generations. Source: A Collection of Upper South Carolnia Genealogical and Family Records, Vol 1., pg 150. … Have looked for information on Elias Lotts to learn more about how his life may have interacted … Continue reading
~~~ 1854 — N. G. (Nathaniel Greene) Golden and brother Richard Golden listed in 1854 Pickens, SC Tax List. Other than knowing that they paid taxes no specifics were provided.  SOURCE: ‘Pickens District 1854 Tax List’ by Ed Vedder, Old Pendleton Genealogical Society, July 1988.
~~~ 1860 Feb 8: … SHERIFF’S SALE, “by virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias to me directed, will be sold before the Court House, in Pickens District, within the legal hours, on the first Monday and Tuesday in March next … one lot containing 1 acre more or less, on Tunnel Hill, six shanties on said lot, adjoining lands of Col Jeptha Norton and the railroad line, levied on as the property of N. G. Golden at the suit of the State. Keowee Courier – 11 Feb 1860 – Page 3 … N. G. Golden is Nathaniel Green Golden, who was married to Arzela Moore, 1825–1886 … Jeptha Norton, 1779–1862, was married to … Continue reading
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|↑1||Source: A Collection of Upper South Carolnia Genealogical and Family Records, Vol 1., pg 150. … Have looked for information on Elias Lotts to learn more about how his life may have interacted with our Goldens. Cannot find a single record other than he was in the 1840 census as age 20-49.|
|↑2||SOURCE: ‘Pickens District 1854 Tax List’ by Ed Vedder, Old Pendleton Genealogical Society, July 1988.|
|↑3||Keowee Courier – 11 Feb 1860 – Page 3 … N. G. Golden is Nathaniel Green Golden, who was married to Arzela Moore, 1825–1886 … Jeptha Norton, 1779–1862, was married to Elizabeth Moore, 1782–1873, with Elizabeth’s father being a Miles Moore, about whom nothing is known. Whether the two Moore lines were related and a connection between the Golden and Norton families is unknown.|