Golladay family in 1860 census
- Kentucky -


Grayson County - Big Clifty P.O.

04 October 1860

Frederick Golladay, Jr. (1) 48 Farmer From Augusta County, Virginia
- Mary Elizabeth (Pearson) 48    
- Samuella 15    
- Eugenia 10    
- James E. 8    
- Warner 4    


04 October 1860

Thomas Benton Golladay   US flag 24 Farmer Son of Frederick Golladay, Jr.
- Polly 25    

(1) Frederick, Jr. was the patriarch of the Golladay family in Grayson County. He homesteaded a farm about five miles east of Big Clifty.

Grayson County - Spikefield P.O.

16 July 1860

In household of Turner Gibson:

John Pearson Golladay   US flag 21 Farm laborer Son of Frederick Golladay, Jr.


Logan County - Keysburg P.O.


23 July 1860

Jacob Shall Golladay 44   From Wilson County, Tennessee
- Elizabeth (Cheatham) 33    
- John Christian cross 13   Died on 20 April 1863
- Bowling 3    

Slave listing for Jacob Shall Golladay


Trigg County - Cadiz P.O

16 September 1860

Samuel Golladay, Sr. (2) 64 Farmer From Augusta County, Virginia
- Caroline 54    
- Fountain Wayman 23    
- Samuel, Jr. 20 Farmer  
- Caldonia 15    

(2) Samuel was the patriarch of the Golladay family in Trigg County. He homesteaded a farm on Casey's Creek close to Roaring Springs.


30 September 1860

William David Golladay 35 Farmer Son of Samuel Golladay
- Nancy 25    
- James R. 1    
- W. H. Garnett (3)   US flag 23    
- J. Wood (male) 43    

(3) William was in the 48th Kentucky Infantry, Company F. His unit was organized as a mounted regiment to fight against guerilla raids in Kentucky. He was the stepson of Rebecca Ann (Golladay) Garnett.

08 October 1860

Louis G. Garnett 32 Farmer  
- Louisa (Golladay) 30   Daughter of Samuel Golladay
- R. Rickman 51 Carpenter  

01 October 1860

James G. Garnett 47 Farmer  
- Rebecca Ann (Golladay) 33   Daughter of Samuel Golladay
- S. 11    
- Lewis Samuel 9    
- Julia Ann 5    
- M.E. 5/12    


Warren County - District No. 1, Bowling Green

03 September 1860

James R. Golladay 26 Book Merchant Son of Samuel Golladay

US flag  denotes service as a Union soldier

Christian cross denotes a person who died between 1860 and 1870


This page last updated on March 07, 2012