The following information was taken from my "working file" on my known descendants of Camille Baquet (b. 1800/Paris, Seine District, France). Should anyone have any further information or corrections on this family I would love to hear from you!!! I am always willing to share.
Descendants of Margurite Louise Baquet
Generation No. 1
1. MARGURITE LOUISE3 BAQUET (CAMILLE2, LOUIS JOSEPH1) was born February 1838 in New York, and died 1914. She married ISAAC THORN GOLDING 1861. He was born October 1836 in New Jersey, and died 1909.
Notes for MARGURITE LOUISE BAQUET:
* Barbrae Tanco's notes indicate a birth date of 1848... Discrepancy here because there is a ten year difference with the Burlington County, Burlington, New Jersey Federal Census of 1860.
* 1900 Census of Middlesex County, New Jersey. Margaretha Golding shown with her husband Isaac T. Golding. She still indicates a birth date of 1838.
More About MARGURITE LOUISE BAQUET:
Census: 1860, Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey
Notes for ISAAC THORN GOLDING:
* 1860 Census of New Jersey:
Golding, Isaac T. NJ MIDDLESEX CO. PERTH AMBOY 038 - Lines 46/47 - Roll 984 Book 2, Page 66 - enumerated by Lyle N. Broggers on 6/12/1900
Golding, Isaac T. w-m-oct-1836-64-m-39-NJ-NY-NJ
Occupation: Bank Clerk
Golding, Margaretha L. w-f-feb-1838-62-m-39-NY-France-NY
* 1870 Census of Middlesex County, Perth Amboy - household 420 - family 494 (Series: M593 Roll: 874 Page: 335)
Golding, Isaac T. 34-m-w-No occ-1500-NJ
Golding, Margaretta 31-f-w-keepinghse-NJ
Golding, Louis 4-m-w-NJ
Gordon, Horiase 24-m-w-???bank-5000-FL
Williams, Isaac 50-m-w-shipbooker-Con
Williams, Matilda 45-f-w-no occ-NY
Williams, Lilie 11-f-w-school-NY
Byrnard, ??? 47-f-w-domestic-ireland
Gaui?r, Lizzie 19-f-w-domestic-ireland
Child of MARGURITE BAQUET and ISAAC GOLDING is:
i. LOUIS THORN4 GOLDING, b. May 09, 1865; d. 1909.
Generation No. 2
2. LOUIS THORN4 GOLDING (MARGURITE LOUISE3 BAQUET, CAMILLE2, LOUIS JOSEPH1) was born May 09, 1865, and died 1909. He married AMY SCOTT THOMAS November 07, 1895, daughter of JAMES THOMAS and SUSAN SMITH. She was born April 10, 1872 in New York.
Notes for LOUIS THORN GOLDING:
* Source: page 85 of "First Families of America"
1 - GOLDING, Louis Thorn, b. Burlington, N.J., May 9, 1865.
8 - Ephraim Golding (1663/1664 - 1707) one of the proprs. (1691) of the town of Hempstead, L. I., N.Y.; m Rebecca Gibbs:
7 - Thomas (1695/1696 - 1760), one of the first settlers of Northcastle Tp., Westchester Co., N.Y., prior to 1722: name appears in list of Westchester Co., slaveholders, 1765; m. Mary Coles:
6 - Joseph (1724/25 - 1789), farmer; Lt. of Westchester Co. Company, N. Y. Provincial Forces; served in campaigns against Crown Point and Fort Frontenac in French and Indian War; m. Phebe Flewelling;
5 - Abraham (1748 - 1810), founder of Golden's Bridge, N.Y.; m. Phebe Thorn (1752 - 1812):
4 - Joseph (1779 - 1813), farmer, of Somers, Westchester Co., N.Y.: m. Sarah (1774 - 1841);
3 - Abraham (1804 - 47), merchant, Perth Amboy, N. J.; m. Adeline Augusta Arnold (1807 - 69: Lewis', of Perth Amboy, soldier Am. Rev., whose son was Lewis Golding Arnold, U.S.M.A., 1837, bvt. brig.. gen. U.S.V. in Civil War).
3 - Camille Baquet (1800 - 80; son of Louis Joseph Baquet, extensive mfr. of cambric in Paris). grad. Sorbonne; came to U.S., 1825:: 30 yrs. prof. French at St. Mary's Hall, Burlington, J. J.:: m. Harriet Stuart, dau. of Henry Edward Lord, of Yorkshire, Eng. sec. to lt. gov. of Canada and commr. for removal of the Six Nations to Canada.
2 - Only child of Isaac Thorn Golding (1835 - 1909), steamboat captain: manufacturer, banker of New York, later of Perth Amboy, N.J.; m. 1861, Marguerite Louise Baquet (1838 - 1914).
M -- Nov. 7, 1895, Amy Scott Thomas, b. New York, Apr. 10, 1872; dau. of James Clark Thomas. m. Susan Beecher Smith (desc. John Beecher, a founder of New Haven, Conn.): issue; I - Margaret Wilson, b. Perth Amboy, N.J., June 16, 1902: Wellesley, '25: II - John Harmon. b. St. Joseph, Mo., Jan 5, 1909.
Ed - pvt. and pub. schools and Trinity Church parish school. N.Y. City; studied law, but never admitted to the bar. Newspaper work since 1885; on various newspapers N.Y. City and elsewhere: mng. editor New York Commerical Advertiser, 1894 - 97; editor and publisher St. Joseph News-Press since 1903 (See Who's Who in America). La. Medaile du Roi Albert for services to cause of Belgium during World War. Mem. (life) N. E. Hist. Geneal. Socc., S.R., S. C. WW. Clubs: Union League (New York), National Press (Washington), Country (St.Joseph). Summer place: "Windmill Lane," Hyannis, Mass. Residence: 2127 Faraon St. St. Joseph, Mo.
* Source: Also see email from Jim Golding with extensive search written/recorded by Louis Thorn Golding relating to his genealogical search for Golding family relatives in the early 1900's.
Children of LOUIS GOLDING and AMY THOMAS are:
i. MARGARET WILSON5 GOLDING, b. June 16, 1902, Perth Amboy, New Jersey. (no further information at this time on this individual, however, she is most likely deceased since she would now be over 100 years of age). I would love to find out more about this individual!!!
ii. JOHN HARMON GOLDING, b. January 05, 1909, St. Joseph, Missouri; d. April 23, 1994, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.
Notes for JOHN HARMON GOLDING:
* Source: Social Security Administration; (notice that middle initial is NOT "h", however, birthdate was exact match) JOHN T GOLDING; 05 Jan 1909; 23 Apr 1994; Last Residence 02181 (Wellesley, Norfolk, MA); #020-30-9259; issued Massachusetts. Could John Harmon have changed his middle initial to Thorn because of an earlier relationship with his paternal grandfather's relationship to the Thorn/Thorne family of New Jersey?