practiced at Madison, Madison County, New York. He was a
member of the New York Constitutional Convention, Judge of the
Madison County Common Pleas Court and representative in
Congress. They had three children, all of whom died without issue
1. Hezekiah Gold, b. February 22, 1811; Yale 1831; practiced
law at Pittsburgh, Pa. (B15,11)
2. Sarah Maria, b. July 30, 1820. (B15,12)
3. Edward, b. July 20, 1825; d. December 26, 1846.
Samuel Wadsworth Gold, 2d child of Captain Hezekiah Gold, Jr.
(B15) and Rachael (Wadsworth) Gold, was born September 27,
1794, at Cornwall, Conn., and died there September 10, 1869,
aged 75. He married at Madison, N.Y., April 17, 1817, Phoebe
Cleveland, daughter of Erastus and Rebecca Cleveland. She died
November 29, 1869, aged 73 years.
Dr. S.W. Gold graduated at William College, 1814; studied
Medicine at Pittsfield, Mass., and Yale; licensed to practice, 1817;
honorary degree, M.D., Yale 1834; practiced first at Madison,
N.Y., then five years at Cornwall; then at Goshen, Conn., until 1842,
when he returned to Cornwall and in 1845, with his son, T.S. Gold,
established the Cream Hill Agricultural School, which was conducted
successfully for 24 years. This was a pioneer development for
America as for the world. He was state senator, 1847-1859.
1. Theodore Sedgwick, b. March 2, 1818, at Madison, N.Y. (B15,21)
2. Mary Elizabeth, b. November 21, 1820; d. April 6, 1821.
3. Julia Lorain, b. June 24, 1824. (B15,23)
Theodore Sedgwick Gold, 1st child of Dr. Samuel W. Gold (B152)
and Phoebe (Cleveland) Gold, was born March 2, 1818, at
Madison, N.Y., and died March 19, 1906, at West Cornwall, Conn.
He married, 1st, September 13, 1843, Caroline E. Lockwood,
daughter of Charles and Eunice Lockwood of Bridgeport, Conn., by
whom he had five children. She died April 25, 1857, aged 32. Mr.
Gold married, 2d, April 4, 1859, Mrs. Emmaline (Tracy) Baldwin,
daughter of A.W. Tracy of Rockville, Conn., by whom he had four
children. Mr. Gold graduated at Yale in 1838 and studied there one