|Birth: ||Dec. 6, 1663|
|Death: ||Dec. 3, 1723|
Lieut. Gov. Nathan Gold was the only son of MAJOR NATHAN & SARAH (PHIPPEN) GOLD. He married (1) HANNAH TALCOTT, daughter of MAJOR JOHN & HELENA (WAKEMAN) TALCOTT, early founders of Hartford Conn. on 29 Oct 1650 in Hartford.
Nathan & Hannah were the parents of six known children including my ancestor, ABIGAIL GOLD HAWLEY who married REV. THOMAS HAWLEY, and Rev. Hezekiah Gold
Nathan Gold married (2) Sarah Burr, the daughter of Jehue and Elizabeth (Prudden) Burr about 1698. They were the parents of five children.
From NEHGS Register Vol. 79 pg 86: "Hon. Nathan Gold, the only son among five children of Maj. Nathan Gold, succeeded to the paternal estate in Fairfield, and served the Colony in various offices, becoming Deputy Governor and in 1712 Chief Justice of the Supreme Court."
He was Ensign of the Fairfield trainband in April, 1690 and Capt. in Oct., 1695.
From "Ye OLD BURYING GROUND OF FAIRFIELD, CONN." by Mrs. Kate Perry: "He is spoken of in the church records as 'the worshipfull Capt. Gold' as well as 'Hon. Nathan Gold Esq.'. His children were: [by Hannah] Abigail wife of Rev. Thomas Hawley of Ridgefield; John, Nathan, Samuel, Joseph, Rev. Hezekiah; [and by Sarah] [Sarah], Onecimus, David, Martha, [and Joseph] some of whom lie in this ground."
His will dated Sept. 13, 1723 and proved Nov. 17, 1723 names sons: John, Nathan, Samuel, & Hezekiah; son-in-law, Rev. Thomas Hawley of Ridgefield who married daughter Abigail; daughter, Martha Gold; sons: Onesimus, David, & Joseph. To Sarah Clark he gave Ð5. His estate was inventoried on Nov. 14, 1723.
Nathan Gold (1623 - 1694)
Sarah Phippen Gold (1633 - 1692)
Hannah Talcott Gold (1663 - 1696)*
Sarah Burr Gold (1672 - 1711)*
Abigail Gold Hawley (1687 - 1749)*
John Gould (1688 - 1766)*
Nathan Gold (1690 - 1761)*
Samuel Gold (1692 - 1769)*
Hezekiah Gold (1694 - 1761)*
John Gold (1645 - 1714)*
Sarah Gold Thompson (1660 - 1747)*
Deborah Gold Clark (1661 - 1697)*
Nathan Gold (1663 - 1723)
Here Lyes ye Body of the Honourable Nathan Gold Esq. Lieu. Governour of His Majesties Colony of Connecticut dec'd Oct'R 3d 1723 Aged 60
Old Burying Ground
Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Jun 30, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 9019248