Isaiah Golden died on July 21, 1911 at his home at 79 Somers Street in Brooklyn, at the age of 87. In his obituary, his cause of death was noted as “complication of diseases”. At the time of his death, he was retired, and had been a resident of the Eastern District of Brooklyn for 60 years. His obituary confirmed his birth in West Farms, Westchester County, on March 4, 1824. It details his long-time membership in the Old Bushwick Dutch Reformed Church on Humboldt Street in Brooklyn. At the time of his death, his wife Susanna, three daughters and three sons were still living (Harriet “Hattie” Travis, Emma Alden, Mary Dunn, Eugene, Alfred and Edward). In addition to his wife and children, he was survived by fifteen grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren.
New York, New York, Death Index
Birth Year: about 1824
Death Date: 21 July 1911
Death Place: Kings, New York
Certificate Number: 14473
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, New York, 24 July 1911, Page 3, “Obituary”
Isaiah Golden, a retired cooper, for many years in business on old Ewen street, and a resident of the Eastern District for sixty years, died on Friday at his residence, 79 Somers street, of a complication of diseases. He was born at West Farms, Westchester County, N.Y., March 4, 1824, and was one of the oldest members of the Old Bushwick Dutch Reformed Church on Humboldt street. He is survived by a widow, Susanna Grow; three daughters, Mrs. George Alden, Mrs. Cornelius Travis, and Mrs. Peter l. Dunn; three sons, Eugene, Alfred and Edward; fifteen grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren.
 “Isaiah Golden,” Index to New York City Deaths 1862-1948, New York: New York City Department of Records/Municipal Archives, New York, New York, Death Index, 1862-1948 [database online], Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014.
“Obituary: Isaiah Golden,” The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, NY, Page 3, July 24, 1911, Newspapers.com, 2017.