Golden, Tc, Md, Dd

Golden, T.C., M.D., D.D.

a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in England, April 16, 1818. He emigrated to America in 1849, settled near Kingston, Wisconsin, and the year following entered the Wisconsin Conference, wherein he successively served Cascade, Sheboygan Falls, Omro, and Fond du Lac, two years each. He was then transferred to the West Wisconsin Conference, and stationed at La Crosse. When the Northwest Wisconsin Conference was formed he became a member of it, and was appointed presiding elder of La Crosse district from 1859 to 1862; elected a delegate to General Conference in 1860; Eau Clair district from 1863 to 1866; delegate to General Conference in 1864; located from 1865 to 1869; readmitted to the Upper Iowa Conference in 1870, and for three years was stationed at Mount Vernon, and then was appointed presiding elder of Vinton district. He died May 29, 1879. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1879, page 50.

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