Golladay family in 1860 census
- Augusta County, Virginia -


North Sub Division, Burke's Mill P.O

27 Aug 1860

Perrina (Hamilton) Golladay (1) 36 Gatekeeper Widow of William K. Golladay
- William H. 8    
- Perrina Ellen 6    

(1) Her husband William K. Golladay died on 22 May 1856 and tragically less than a month later, her one year old daughter Sally Ann died. William K. Golladay was the son of John Golladay, Jr.


1st District, Staunton P.O.

10 Oct 1860

Abraham K. Golladay  CSA flag 37 Laborer Son of John Golladay, Jr.
- Sarah. 39    
- Mary J. 10    


01 Aug 1860

John Golladay. Jr. 63 Farmer Son of John Golladay, Sr.
- Appalonia (Dull) Golladay 44 Matron  
- Theresa J      Christian cross 11   Died on 30 Jun 1862
- Charlotte C.  Christian cross 10   Died on 10 Jun 1862
- George McD  Christian cross 7   Died on 03 Jul 1862
- Hannah Margaret; 5    


26 Jul 1860

In household of Thomas Donoho:

Jacob F. Golladay  CSA flag 23 Laborer Son of John Golladay, Jr.


20 Sep 1860

Jonathan Golladay  Christian cross 57 Farmer Son of Major David Golladay
Died on 30 Nov 1862
- Martha K. (Bell) 53    
- George  CSA flag 29    
- Washington W. S.  CSA flag 17    
- Jane A. 15    
- Elizabeth F. 13   Future husband: John Hite  CSA flag
- Rachael J. 10   Future husband: Calvin Black  CSA flag
- Martha A. A. (Williams) 25   Wife of George Golladay above
- Georgiana Golladay N/A   Born on 27 February 1861
Daughter of George & Martha Golladay

From slave schedules employed by Jonathan Golladay,
but owned by William Waller of Spotsylvania County:

Black male 50    
Black female 22    


20 Sep 1860

William H. McClellan  CSA flag 28    
- Sarah J. (Golladay) 27   Daughter of Jonathan Golladay
- Mary E. 7    
- Martha A. 5    
- Margaret C. 2    
- Anderson McClellan 60    


16 Aug 1860

John H. Golladay  CSA flag 23 Distiller Listed twice - also shown with his father Samuel Golladay below


24 Aug 1860

Samuel Golladay 52 Laborer Son of John Golladay, Sr.
- Mary Jane (Campbell) 49    
- John H.  CSA flag  Christian cross 22 Distiller  
- Robert Samuel  CSA flag 20    
- Eliza 15   Future husband: David Houser  CSA flag
- Isaac M. 13    
- William H 10    
- Josiah F. 8    
- Mary S. 5    
- James L. (2)  Christian cross 2   Died on 29 Aug 1862
- David F. 6/12    
- Guy Kinkaid 65    

(2) James died as a child in the diphtheria epidemic of 1862. The family was living in Rockbridge County when James died.


10 Jul 1860

Henry Crist 36 Farmer  
- Sally (Golladay) 37   Daughter of John Golladay, Jr.


 CSA flag  denotes service as a Confederate soldier

  Christian cross denotes a person who died between 1860 and 1870


This page last updated on January 23, 2014