Black Golladay's and Golliday's in 1870 Mississippi Census


Grenada County - Township 22, Graysport P.O.

27 July 1870

NAME AGE COLOR OCCUPATION PLACE OF BIRTH
Charles Golladay  (1) 22 Black Farm laborer Mississippi
- Elizabeth 19 Black Keeping house Mississippi
- Matt 2 mon. Black   Mississippi
Angelina James 8 Black   Mississippi

(1) In 1880, Charles was widowed. His children attended the Lee Chapee School in Beat Number 1 of Grenada. (Mississippi State census on Page 230).


Frank Golladay (2) 24 Black Farm laborer Mississippi

(2) In 1880, Frank had a wife named Maria. They were counted twice in the US census being shown in Calhoun County, Mississippi as well as Beat 2 of Grenada.


28 July 1870

Jacob Golladay (3) 28 Black Farm laborer Virginia
- Milly 27 Black Farm laborer Mississippi
- Henry 9 Black   Mississippi
- Nathaniel 6 Black   Mississippi
- Isaac 3 Black   Mississippi

(3) In 1880, Jacob's children attended the the Eggleston School in Beat Number 1 of Grenada. (Mississippi State census on Page 230)


30 July 1870

Oliver Golladay 35 Black Farm laborer North Carolina
- Sarah, also called Sallie (Stark) 31 Black Keeping house Mississippi
- Susan 2 Black   Mississippi
Sarah May 18 Black Farm laborer Mississippi


30 July 1870

Wofford Golladay 30 Black Farm laborer Mississippi
- Ann 25 Black Farm laborer Mississippi
- Joseph 8 Black   Mississippi
- Susan 6 Black   Mississippi
- Thomas 3 Black   Mississippi


Grenada County - East Ward Town of Grenada

2 July 1870

In the household of Robert J. McLean (a lawyer)

Emeline Golladay 24 Mulatto Domestic servant Mississippi
- Susan 3 Mulatto   Mississippi


27 June 1870

Major Golladay 69 Black Gardener Virginia
- Polly 60 Black Keeping house North Carolina
- Rachael Moore 33 Black At house Virginia


Grenada County - West Ward Town of Grenada

30 June 1870

Mary Golladay 29 Mulatto Keeping house Mississippi
- Joanna 6 Mulatto   Mississippi
- Joseph 3 Mulatto   Mississippi


6 July 1870

Helen Golladay 33 Mulatto Keeping house Alabama
- Robert 6 Mulatto   Mississippi
- Smithy (female) 45 Black At house Tennessee


Grenada County - Township 22, Grenada P.O.

18 July 1870

William Golladay (4) 21  Black Farm laborer Mississippi
- Jane 23 Black Farm laborer Mississippi
- George 1 Black   Mississippi
- Edward 12 Black Farm laborer Mississippi

(4) In 1880, William's children attended the Pleasant Hill School in Beat Number 1 of Grenada. (Mississippi State census on Page 122).


21 July 1870

John Golladay 48 Black Farmer North Carolina
- Harriett 40 Black Keeping house North Carolina
- Caroline 19 Black Farm laborer Mississippi
- Jessie (female) 17 Black Farm laborer Mississippi
- Milton 14 Black Farm laborer Mississippi
- Turner 12 Black Farm laborer Mississippi
- Amelia 10 Black   Mississippi
- Jasper 8 Black   Mississippi
- Emma 6 Black   Mississippi
- Portenia Black   Mississippi


Primus Golladay 24 Black   Mississippi
- Martha 20 Black Keeping house Mississippi
- Ennis (or Innis) (5) 10 Black   Mississippi
- Betsy (5) 8 Black   Mississippi

(5) In 1880, Ennis was married to Georgianna (known as Georgia). Betsy attended the Pleasant Hill in Beat Number 1 of Grenada. (Mississippi State census on Page 122)


08 August 1870

Jordan Golladay, Sr. (6) 42 Mulatto Farm laborer Tennessee
- Ferribee (or Fariby) 40 Black Keeping house Mississippi
- Jordan, Jr. 5 Black   Mississippi
- William Thomas 2 Black   Mississippi
- Charles Watson 24 Black Farm laborer Mississippi

(6) In 1880, Jordan's children attended the Jones School in Beat Number 1 of Grenada. (Mississippi State census on Page 121)


Harrison Golladay 28 Black Farm laborer Tennessee
- Laura 25 Black Keeping house Mississippi
- Thomas 10 Black   Mississippi
- Leafy (or Aletha) (7) 7 Black   Mississippi
- Washington (called Wash) (7) 18 Black Farm laborer Mississippi

(7) In 1880, Harrison's children attended the Pleasant Hill School in Beat Number 1 of Grenada. (Mississippi State census on Page 123). Wash was married to Florence.


Grenada County - Township 23, Hardy Station

12 June 1870

Moses Golladay 46 Black Farm laborer North Carolina
- Amelia 26 Black Keeping house Georgia
- Winnie Strokes 75 Mulatto   Georgia


LISTED IN 1870 MISSISSIPPI STATE CENSUS
(not listed in the U.S. census)

Grenada County

Page 15
  1. Jeff Golladay - under 21 years of age
  2. Warren Golladay - under 21 years of age (married Alice)
  3. Charlie Golladay - under 21 years of age
Page 18
  1. Lymas Golladay - over 21 years of age
  2. Fannie Golladay - over 21 years of age
  3. Manuel Golladay - under 21 years of age
Page 137
  1. Ellen Golladay - over 21 years of age
  2. Ella Golladay - under 21 years of age
  3. Nancy Golladay - over 21 years of age
  1. Frank Golladay - over 21 years of age
  2. Sara Golladay - over 21 years of age
  3. Lewis Golladay - under 21 years of age
  4. Amos Golladay - under 21 years of age
  5. Patty Golladay - under 21 years of age

Carroll County - Township 20, Range 6 East, Carrollton P.O.

07 July 1870

Lelia Golidy (8) 35 Black Farmer Mississippi
- Nathan 17 Black Works on farm Mississippi
- Susan 11 Black House servant Mississippi
- Silas 10 Black House servant Mississippi
- John 9 Black   Mississippi
- Joseph 5 Black   Mississippi
- Rufus 2 Black   Mississippi
- Martha 1 mon. Black   Mississippi
- Peter 1 mon. Black   Mississippi

(8) Carroll County was next to Grenada County, so this family likely came from the farm of George Shall Golladay.


Lafayette County - Township Nine, Oxford P.O.

13 September 1870

In the household of Henry Royals:

Jane Gollady 26 Black Cook Mississippi
- Ella 2 Black   Mississippi

In the household of Gideon Royals:

L__ Gollady 5 Black   Mississippi

Lafayette County - Part of Township Nine

19 September 1870

Jeff Gallady 60 Black Farming Georgia
- Anderson 10  Black   Mississippi
- Jake 8 Black   Mississippi


Note: some of the names in this census are very difficult to read. Corrections likely will be made to some of the names as future research uncovers more details.


This page last updated on Jnauary 26, 2013