Horatio Lee Golden

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HORATIO LEE GOLDEN, attorney at law, was born in Kittanning borough in a house about one the site of his present office, on the north side of Market street, near the "Hotel Alexander," on the 13th day of October, 1860. He is the eldest son of the late Edward S. Golden, Esq. He was educated at a private school in Kittanning, known as Lambeth College, and, to some extent, in the public school of said borough, and later attended St. Paul�s School, Concord, N. H., for two years, to prepare for college. He entered Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., and was

graduated in the spring of 1883. He studied law in the office of his father, Edward S. Golden, together with Hon. J. W. King, present judge of Armstrong county, and R. A. McCullough, Esq. and was admitted to the bar of Armstrong county in the year 1885. Since that date he has

practiced generally in the several courts of Pennsylvania and United States courts. He belongs to a family of lawyers. Not only was his father a lawyer, but his brother, Harry C. Golden, Esq., is also an attorney, and his daughter, Janet Golden, who graduated at Vassar College in the year 1913, is registered as a student at law and is studying in the office of her father. He was married Oct. 13, 1887 to Mary Allen MacLure, niece of the late Hon. John M. Greer, at one time

judge of Butler county. In politics H. L. Golden is a Republican. He is a member of St. Paul�s Episcopal Church, Kittanning, Pa., having for some years been junior warden of said church, and a member of the board of trustees of the Diocese of Pittsburgh.

Source: Page(s) 344 - 345,
Armstrong County, Pa., Her People, Past and Present, J.H. Beers & Co., 1914

Transcribed July 1998 by Pat Godesky for the Armstrong County Beers Project
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