GOLDEN FAMILY SLAVES

Per 1850 Slave Index

Additional info from other sources

Abstracted & Submitted by Marylee W. Knight

 

  1 - 246      9    GOLDEN              RICH          1          50      F     B     

Hester Golden is shown on the 1870 Census living alone in Household #1345-1345, while Richard Golden was in Household # 1343-1343, two doors away.  On this census, Hester said she was born in AL.

  2 - 246    10    GOLDEN              RICH          1          45      M    B     

            Possibly William Sanders who is shown on the 1870 Census as being 63

            Years old, and having been born in GA.  He was in Household # 1341-1341, only two houses away from Richard Golden.

  3 - 246    11    GOLDEN              RICH          1          38      M    B     

            Possibly James Sanders who is shown on the 1870 Census as being 60 years

            Of age, being born in GA.  He is in Household #1340-1340, three houses away

            From Richard Golden.

  4 - 246    12    GOLDEN              RICH          1          38      M    B     

  5 - 246    13    GOLDEN              RICH          1          19      F     B     

Henrietta given to Dorcas Crenshaw 31 Oct 1857 by her father Richard Golden

Henrietta Crenshaw is shown on the 1870 Census living alone in Household # 1208-1208, while Isaac and Dorcas Crenshaw were in Household #1204-1204.

On this census, Henrietta said she was born in MO.

  6 - 246    14    GOLDEN              RICH          1          17      F     B     

  7 - 246    15    GOLDEN              RICH          1          15      F     B     

  8 - 246    16    GOLDEN              RICH          1          15      M    B     

Nelson Golden is shown on the 1870 Census in Household # 1294-1294 and stated that he was born in TX.  With him on this census was his wife, Agnes, and seven children, only one of whom would have been born free.

  9 - 246    17    GOLDEN              RICH          1          14      M    B     

           

10 - 246    18    GOLDEN              RICH          1          10      M    B      

John Golden is shown on the 1870 Census as being 40 years old and having been born in MO.  He is in Household # 1359-1359, two houses away from Dr. Thomas Golden (unknown if he is the son of Mace or Henry Golden).

11 - 246    19    GOLDEN              RICH          1            7      M    B     

David, mortgaged by Richard Golden 3 Dec 1852

12 - 246    20    GOLDEN              RICH          1          7/12   M    B     

13 - 246    21    GOLDEN              RICH          1          55      M    B     

 

  1 - 246    22    GOLDEN              MACE        1          19      F      B     

 

  1 - 226    14    GOLDEN              H.H.            1          19      F      B      

 

  1 - 242    16    ODEN                   ISRAEL      1          22      F      B  

Paulina given to Lucinda Oden 12 May 1850 by her father Richard Golden

  2 - 242    17    ODEN                   ISRAEL      1            2      F      B  

Paulina’s dau Margaret, given in same transaction as her mother

 

  1 - 242    18    MATTHEWS       JAS.L.         1          50      F      B   

  2 - 242    19    MATTHEWS       JAS.L.         1          17      F      B   

Martha given to Catherine Matthews 29 Jan 1850 by her father Richard Golden.           

She appears on the 1870 Census, along with her husband John Golden, in Household # 1359-1359, only two houses away from Dr. Thomas Golden (unknown if Thomas was the son of Mace or Henry Golden).  She is shown as being 35 years of age and having been born in AL.

 

Note:  Although the Gift Deed of 1858 shows Richard Golden as giving his daughter Mary Jane Taylor the slave Matilda, both Taylors were dead by the end of the Civil War and emancipation.  On the 1870 Census there was no black female by the name of Matilda living in the households near to Richard Golden.

 

 

 

Slave Transactions

As found in the

Deed Records of Panola Co TX

Abstracted by Marylee W. Knight

 

Grantor Index

Vol B, p 71

From Richard Golden to Elizabeth L. Crenshaw

Gift Deed:  “For the love and affection I have for my daughter Elizabeth L. Crenshaw”, one slave, Sally, age about 15 years, dark complexion, this slave already in her possession.

Document signed:  29 Jan 1850

 

Vol B, p 74

From Richard Golden to Catherine L. Matthews

Gift Deed:  “For the love and affection I have for my daughter Catherine L. Matthews”, one slave Martha, also known as “Poss”, age about 13 years, dark complexion, this slave already in her possession.

Document signed:  29 Jan 1850

 

Vol B, p 155

From Richard Golden to Lucinda M. Oden

Gift Deed:  “For the love and affection I have for my daughter Lucinda M. Oden”, three slaves… Paulina, age about 18 years, a copper colored mulatto, and her two children – Margaret, approximately 2 or 3 years old, dark complexion, and Chince, approximately 2 or 3 weeks old, a bright mulatto, these slaves already in her possession.

Document signed:  12 May 1850

 

Vol C, p 465

From Richard Golden, Mace Golden and Thomas Gulley to A.M. Hill and T.M. Hill, executors of the estate of Theophilus Hill, dec’d

Mortgage:  One slave, David, age about 9 years.  Richard Golden, Mace Golden and Thomas Gulley to receive $790.25 from the estate of Theophilus Hill.  This amount is to repaid to the estate by the slave David.

Document signed:  3 Dec 1852

 

Vol F, p 036

From Richard Golden to Dorcas Irene Crenshaw

Gift Deed:  “For the love and affection I have for my daughter Dorcas Irene Crenshaw”, one slave, Henrietta, or “Etter”. Age about 28, dark complexion, this slave is already in her possession.

Document signed:  31 Oct 1857

 

Vol F, p 140

From Richard Golden to Mary Jan Taylor

Gift Deed:  “For the love and affection I have for my daughter Mary Jane Taylor”, one slave, Matilda, age about 17 years, a mulatto, this slave already in her possession.

Document signed:  30 Oct 1858