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Robert Clinton Coleman
Robert Clinton Coleman
 
 
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robertdensoncoleman.jpg
 
 
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robertecoleman1870-1956dcwe.jpg
 
 
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robertfcoleman1897-1947dcwe.jpg
 
 
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Silas Bunker Coleman
Silas Bunker Coleman
 
 
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Silas Bunker Coleman
Silas Bunker Coleman
 
 
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Silas Bunker Coleman
Silas Bunker Coleman
 
 
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theodoreleroy18971966.jpg
 
 
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thomas A and Emma Coleman.jpg
thomas A and Emma Coleman.jpg
 
 
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Thomas Claiborne Coleman.jpg
Thomas Claiborne Coleman.jpg
 
 
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Thomas Jackson Coleman, CW Pension Record.jpg
Thomas Jackson Coleman, CW Pension Record.jpg
 
 
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ThomasA1872-1940.jpg
 
 
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thomaswcoleman1850-1897.jpg
 
 
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ThomaswillardColeman1854-19.jpg
 
 
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walter blount coleman 1874-1856.jpg
 
 
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Walter Coleman
Walter Coleman
 
 
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William Allen Coleman 1838-1917
William Allen Coleman 1838-1917
William Allen Coleman, known as Allen Coleman, born 1838 in Cobb county, Georgia, son of Henry Allen Coleman and Sarah Ann Barnes. Married 1st in 1858 to Cynthia Florence Riggs of Butts co., GA., 2nd marriage in 1879 to Clara Eliza Kolb, and 3rd marriage in 1898 to Mary Elin Daniel Bailey. W.A. Coleman was a farmer and served in the 1st Georgia Cavalry during the War Between The States. After the war, he immigrated to Spanish Honduras with a group of ex-Confederate soldiers and their families. In Spanish Honduras he was involved in fruit and cotton cultivation and in addition to being a Planter was a cattleman. He made Spanish Honduras his home for 25 years returning for visits periodically to his native Georgia and then finally remained in Carrollton, Georgia where he continued farming, became a member of the board of the Carrollton Bank and served one term as mayor of the city of Carrollton. He died in 1917 and was buried with Masonic honors in the Carrollton City cemetery, Carrollt 
 
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William Forrest Coleman
William Forrest Coleman
William Forrest Coleman, son of William Allen Coleman of Cobb co., GA. and Cynthia Florence Riggs of Butts co., GA., Born 1864 at Carrollton, Carroll co., GA., Died 1944 at Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Traveled with his family to Spanish Honduras after the War Between The States to escape the "Reconstruction Era" in Georgia. Attended Mercer University in Georgia. Occupation: Planter, Cattleman, and American Consul at San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Married Yndelacia Paredes of Santa Barbara, Honduras. Buried: Coleman Family Mauseleum, Old Central City cemetery, San Pedro Sula, Honduras. 
 
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william lee coleman.jpg
 
 
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William Riley Strickland
William Riley Strickland
 
 
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william-joseph-colemanweb (1).jpg
 
 
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williamgcoleman1805-1888.jpg
 
 
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