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Golden, Theodore Frazier (22 March 1856-1 Setember 1930) : a history of his ancestors and descendants

Theodore Frazier Golden : an early settler of Dawes and Sioux Counties, Nebraska
by Leota Golden Odle (a granddaughter)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[St. George, Utah] : L.G. Odle, 1996
iv, 93 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Alternate title: Theodore Frazier Golden : an early settler of Dawes and Sioux Counties, Nebraska.

Jacob Golden (ca. 1750-1779) was born in Henry County, Virginia. He and his wife, Mary Adams Golden, had three children, 1776-1780. After Jacob's death, Mary married 2) James Whitlock and migrated to eastern Tennessee with her husband and children. Her great great grandson, Theordore Frazier Golden (1856-1930), was born in Vermillion County, Illinois, the son of William and Mary Collason Goldern. His family migrated to Fulton County, Illinois, in 1858, then to Dallas County, Iowa, and in 1864 to Story County, Iowa. As a young man, he went to Hardin County, Iowa, where he worked as a farm hand. He married Anna Elizabeth Lane of Xenia, Ohio, in 1876. They had nine children, 1877-1899. The family migrated to a homestead in Sioux County, Nebraska, in 1887. Frazier and Anna retired from the farm in 1919 and moved to Crawford, Nebraska. There Frazier became president of the Farmers State Bank. Frazier died at Crawford and was buried there. Anna Golden moved to Bellflower, California, to be near several of her children. She died there in 1947 at age 88. Her body was returned to Crawford to be buried by her husband. Descendants listed lived in Nebraska, California, and elsewhere.

Includes the Kishpaugh, Pugsley, Raum, Wright and other related families.

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