Golladay family in 1860 census
- Wisconsin -

Green County - Browntown Township

In the Old Cadiz Cemetery in Browntown, the following children are buried:

Christian cross  Alfred Pearson Golliday b. 10 January 1859 d. 04 August 1861  
Christian cross  Clara Ellen Golliday b. 10 August 1861 d. 13 August 1861  
Christian cross  Clarence Edward Golliday b. 10 August 1861 d. 29 August 1861  

There were no Golliday's listed in this census in Green County. But in the 1850 census, John Golliday and his wife Dicy Cline did live there. They moved to Gentry County, Missouri sometime in the 1850's. Perhaps Dicy temporarily came back to Green County to be with some of her relatives for the childbirth and then had to bury these children away from her Missouri home.

Sauk County - Merrimac Township

07 June 1860

James Seville 38 Farmer Born in England
- Martha A. (Golladay) 32   From Augusta County, Virginia
- Emma 10   Born in Ohio
- Mary E. 7   Born in Ohio
- Abbie H. 5   Born in Wisconsin
- Edward 1   Born in Wisconsin
- Abigail Seville 68   Born in England
- Jane E. Seville 23   Born in England

Sheboygan County - Sheboygan Falls Township, Sheboygan Falls P.O.

06 August 1860

William Golladay   (1) 28 Pump maker Born in Ohio
- Nissella E. (Pitt) 26   Born in New York
- Adeline 17   Born in Ohio
- Ray E. Christian cross  1863 - 1865 N/A    

(1) After William's wife died in 1907, he lived with his daughter Nettie M. Marlatte in Mediopolis, Iowa. He died there on 10 January 1910 and is buried in the Kossuth Cemetery.


Both of William's parents were born in Pennsylvania. It is not yet established how this family ties into the Golladay family tree.

Christian cross   denotes a person who died between 1860 and 1870

This page last updated on January 27, 2013