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1 7/2/1855 St Marys witnessed by Edmund Lena & C Ellen Durning Family F1
2 age 20 Family F20
3 born in Illinois, Tennesse or Kentucky Coleman, Miles Henry (I6)
4 Came over ob the ship called 'Jane' on 20 Nov 1820 arrived in Charleston, SC. Coleman, Robert (I60)
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I69)
6 Carroll County Times (Carrollton, Georgia), Thursday, November 1, 1917
Wm. A. Coleman, Dead
Mr. W. A. Coleman, a prominent citizen of this city, after a lingering illness, died on Tuesday. Mr. Coleman was a veteran of the war between the states and some two or three years after its close with his family he went to Spanish Honduras where he remained several years till he accumulated considerable property when he came back to his old home and has been a citizen of our city since. He was for two years mayor of this city. Mr. Coleman leaves a wife, two sons, W. F. and James H. both living in San Pedro, Spanish Honduras, and a daughter, Mrs. Cleveland Kingsberry of Birmingham, Alabama. His funeral was conducted from the First Baptist Church at 3 p. m. Wednesday Oct. 31st by the pastor, Rev. Jesse M. Dodd, after which the Masons took charge of the services and he was buried in the city cemetery. Mr. Coleman was esteemed very highly by all.

The Atlanta Constitution, Friday, November 2, 1917
Carrollton, Ga., November 1. (Special.) Captain W. A. Coleman, a prominent citizen of Carrollton, died October 30, and his funeral occurred at the First Baptist church today. He was buried in the city cemetery with Masonic honors. Captain Coleman was a confederate veteran. He leaves a widow and two sons who reside in Honduras, and one daughter, Mrs. Cleve Kingsbery, of Birmingham, Ala. Mr. Coleman, at he close of the war, went to Honduras, where he resided a number of years and accumulated a handsome estate, when he came back to his old home. He served two years as mayor of Carrollton. 
Coleman, William Allen (I6)
7 cert #151735 Coleman, Theodore Ransom (I5)
8 cert#1614 Coleman, Wesley C. (I46)
9 Civil War Coleman, Benjamin Franklin (I135)
10 Civil War Coleman, Daniel G. (I142)
11 Civil War Coleman, Henry Jonathan (I145)
12 Civil War Coleman, Allen Griffin (I134)
13 Civil War Coleman, Jacob Feaster (I128)
14 d. of Doctor Thomas Stricland and Prudence Strickland, Alice (I98)
15 d. of Ellis & Dora Strickland Strickland, Katie Mae (I104)
16 d. of George Harley Stricklan and Eliza Jane Coleman Coleman, Neppie Burnece (I99)
17 Daughter of John Henry Strickland and Rhoda Strickland Strickland, Letitia (I87)
18 Died as Charles Kingsland Coleman Coleman, Matthew Joseph (I2)
19 died young Coleman, Gilbert (I544)
20 died young Coleman, James (I307)
21 died young Coleman, Emerette Dewitt (I296)
22 died young Coleman, Emory (I293)
23 disappeared Coleman, John Wilburn (I97)
24 DNA Note :Unknown father. This line is testing R1b. Kit # DA-3 Coleman, Robert Franklin (I236)
25 Elwood Ransom Coleman, Jr., age 65, born August 3, 1947 in Jasper, Florida to Elwood and Merle Anita Young-Coleman, passed away peacefully on Sunday, April 7, 2013 in Houston, Texas after a courageous battle with leukemia.
Elwood proudly served his country with the U. S. Army and retired as a Command Sergeant Major. During the last several years in the military, Elwood earned numerous awards as an instructor at the Sergeants Major Academy at Ft. Bliss, Texas.
Following his military service, Elwood completed his working career in New Orleans, Louisiana with the Orleans Parish Sheriff's Department.
He was also a very proud member of the Sons of Confederate Veteran's, following the lineage of military service of his great-grandfather, Pvt. William Allen Coleman of the First Georgia Cavalry who served in the Civil War.
A visitation will be held today from 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 11, 2013 at Joseph J. Earthman Generations, 234 Westcott Street.
A funeral service with full military honors will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, April 12, 2013 in the chapel of Houston National Cemetery, 10410 Veteran's Memorial Drive, Houston, Texas on Friday, April 12, 2013.

Published in Houston Chronicle on April 11, 2013 
Coleman, Elwood Ransom (I11)
26 He married as Charles Trevor Coleman Family F2
27 Isaac Coleman was born in the year 1832, and with his parents came to Ohio in 1840, and settled in Orange Township, three miles north of the town of Orange. April 10, 1856, he was married, and farmed the old homestead for his father for fourteen years. Then he moved to Montgomery Township, and after a short residence there, went to Iowa. After remaining there a brief time, he came back to Richland County, and finally, to the old home, which he purchased of his father. This he sold, and removed to Clear-creek Township, and bought the old Shaw farm. He is the father of five children: Arabella, Jennie, Eva, Charles, and Emma. At the age of two, Eva was killed by a log falling upon her. The loss was a severe one to the fond parents. The other children are all living. Mr. Coleman is a man of enterprise and industry. Coleman, Isaac (I8)
28 Longmont Ledger - 19 February 1904
Coleman - At Berthoud, Colo. February 15, 1904, of pneumonia, David Hudson Coleman, aged 69 years, 3 months and 19 days. Mr. Coleman, with his family, lived in Longmont years ago but moved to his native Ohio; from this place, subsequently coming back to Colorado, and located near Berthoud, where he has resided for several years. He leaves a wife (who at this time is dangerously ill with pneumonia), one daughter and three sons. The remains were brought to this place on Wednesday and interred in the Longmont cemetery. 
Coleman, David Hudson (I9)
29 Mobjack Coleman, James (I52)
30 moved to Texas Coleman, Absalom (I37)
31 moved to Texas Coleman, John Feaster (I319)
32 Mr. Henry Coleman, living at 1269 east Fifth street, died Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, after a lingering illness with consumption, aged 50 years. He had lived in Alton ten years, having come here from Carlinville. His wife and five children survive him. His children are: Will, Clara, Harry, Nettie and Pearl. The funeral will take place Sunday at 2:30 o'clock from his late home, 1269 east Fifth street. Coleman, Henry (I51)
33 Nansemond daughter of James Buchanan and Lucy Davis Coleman, Harriet Matilda (I473)
34 on his death the male line of Gabiel 1783-1871 became extinct Coleman, Philip (I1125)
35 Robert Coleman with wife, Mary Isabella Abercrombie Coleman and Grandaughter Agnes 
Coleman, Robert (I14)
36 Robert Coleman, Ship Jane Passenger List 
Coleman, Robert (I60)
37 shot at age 19 Coleman, Robert Feaster (I342)
38 Sold land to Robert Munford. List as son of Robert Coleman Coleman, John (I1869)
39 son of Nathaniel & Arah Ann Strickland Strickland, Ebenezer K. (I94)
40 Sponsors: Michael Coleman and Ellen McCarthy Coleman, John Joseph (I148)
41 Type: Migrated Coleman, Nicholas (I15)
42 Type: Milit-Beg Coleman, Jacob (I337)
43 Type: Milit-Beg Coleman, Jacob (I337)
44 Type: Obituary Deceased Name: Leonard Howell Coleman, Sr.
Lt. Col. Ret, Leonard Howell Coleman, Sr., born in Moultrie, April 3, 1911, died in Atlanta, April 6, 2001.

He was preceded in death by his parents, George Leonard Coleman and Henrietta Roundtree Coleman, and brother, George Allen Coleman.

Survivors include his wife of 67 years, Jane Bishop Coleman daughters and sons-in law, Janet C. and Dr. Clarence Torrance, Beth C. and Dr. Ellis Jones son and daughter-in-law, Evelyn W. and Leonard Howell Coleman, Jr. nine grandchildren 10 great-grandchildren and the number of lives he touched through his teaching, scouts, military, leadership and Christian work.

A graduate of Georgia Tech in chemical engineering in 1932, he received his Master of Science degree in 1933 from Emory University and Command General Staff School in Leavenworth, Kan. He served as superintendent of Emanuel County School and served in the military in the South Pacific, active duty, 1941 - 1946. He served on the teaching staff of the 3rd Army Officers founder and co-owner of Carriage Cleaners. He designed, planted, and maintained the gardens of Morningside Baptist Church, and served as chairman of the Board of Deacons. He was a choir member and a teacher of the men's Bible Class. He was a member of the Second Ponce de Leon Baptist Church.

Graveside services were held Saturday, April 7, 2001, at WestView Cemetery. The Rev. Dr. Spurgeon Hayes officiated. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to The Eagle Ranch Education Fund, P.O. Box 7200 Chestnut Mountain, GA 30502.

H.M. Patterson and Son Spring Hill Chapel, Atlanta 
Coleman, Leonard Howell (I329)
45 Type: Obituary Deceased Name: MARGARET E. COLEMAN
Margaret E. Coleman, 82, formerly of Quince Street, Jordan, died Thursday at Mercy Health Center in Auburn after a brief illness.

Born in Lysander, Mrs. Coleman lived in Marcellus for several years before moving to Jordan. She was the widow of William D. Coleman, who died in 1971.

Surviving are five sons, William J. of Weedsport, Edward S. of Port Byron, Charles L. of Skaneateles, Robert J. of Elbridge and Harold E. of Conquest; three daughters, Ruth Hartsch of Virginia Beach, Va., Mary Norman of Prescott Valley, Ariz., and Beverly Sydney of Weedsport; a brother, Harry McIntyre of Auburn; two sisters, Dorothy Schramm of Syracuse and Esther Humphrey of Auburn; 24 grandchildren, an aunt and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Services are 11 a.m. Monday at B.L. Bush & Sons Funeral Home in Elbridge. Burial is in St. Mary's Cemetery, Skaneateles.

Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, 120 E. Main St.
Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY)
Date: March 22, 1997
Edition: Metro
Page: B4
Record Number: 9703220471
Copyright, 1997, The Herald Company 
McIntyre, Margaret E. (I65)
46 Type: Obituary Deceased Name: MRS. KATIE STRICKLAND
CERRO GORDO -- Mrs. Katie S. Strickland, 81, of Cerro Gordo died Wednesday in Columbus County Hospital.

The funeral will be conducted at 3 p.m. today in Cherry Grove Baptist Church by the Rev. Charles Dudley. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Meares Funeral Home of Fair Bluff.

Mrs. Strickland is survived by a son, Michael V. Strickland Jr. of Cerro Gordo; two daughters, Faye Soles and Judy Ward, both of Chadbourn; a brother, Malcom Strickland of Fair Bluff; a sister, Gladys Hilbourn of Fair Bluff; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. 
Strickland, Katie Mae (I104)
47 Type: Obituary Deceased Name: VALERY V. STRICKLAND
CLARKTON -- Valery Vance Strickland, 83, of Clarkton died Friday in Bladen County Hospital in Elizabethtown.

The funeral will be conducted at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Meares Funeral Home chapel in Fair Bluff. Burial will be in Cherry Grove Baptist Church cemetery in Cerro Gordo.

Mr. Strickland is survived by two sons, Vance Strickland and Ricky Strickland, both of Clarkton; two daughters, Gloria Strickland and Teresa Strickland, both of Clarkton; three brothers, Beamon Strickland of Clarkton, and Everette Strickland and Robert Strickland, both of Cerro Gordo; a sister, Prudie Waddell of Savannah, Ga.; seven grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

The family will receive friends tonight from 7 to 9 at the funeral home. 
Strickland, Valery Vance (I106)
48 Type: Obituary NALDA COLEMAN WIEGERT, 76, of Bartow died Thursday at home. A native of Dexter, Ga., she came to Bartow from Georgia in 1940. She was a broker with Analda Coleman Realty Co. and member of First Baptist Church, Bartow Woman's Club, the board of Columbia/Bartow Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, Golden Age and Pilot clubs, the board of directors and Can-Do Club of Bartow Chamber of Commerce, board of directors of Mary Sand Clinic in Auburndale and auxiliary to Frierson-Nichols American Legion Post 8 in Winter Haven. She is survived by her husband, Robert G.; a daughter, Shirley Register, and son, Ronald D., both of Bartow; a sister, Avis Richardson of McBean, Ga.; and five grandchildren. Whidden-McLean Funeral Home, Bartow. Burgess, Analda (I296)
49 Type: Obituary Savannah Morning News (GA) - January 18, 2005
Deceased Name: Coleman, Ruby C.
Richmond Hill - Ruby C. Coleman, 85, passed away Sunday, January 16, 2005 at Hospice Savannah.

She was born in Emanuel County, GA. She was the daughter of the late Tom and Cleo Canady and lived most of her life in Richmond Hill.

She was the wife of the late J. C. Coleman.

She was retired from Sears where she worked for over twenty years. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and of the Richmond Hill First Baptist Church where she was a former Sunday School Teacher.

Survivors: one son, Ronald G. (Marilyn) Coleman, Sr. of Pooler; two brothers, James Canady of Swainsboro and Cecil Canady of Macon; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Visitation: 6-8 p.m., Tuesday, January 18, 2005 at Richmond Hill Funeral Home.

Funeral: 11 a.m., Wednesday, January 19, 2005, Richmond Hill First Baptist Church.

Burial: Hillcrest Abbey West, Savannah, GA.

Remembrances: Hospice Savannah, P. O. Box 13190, Savannah, GA. 31416 or Richmond Hill First Baptist Church Building Fund, P. O. Box 1390, Richmond Hill, GA. 31324

Richmond Hill Funeral Home Cox Chapel

Savannah Morning News, January 18, 2005 
Canady, Ruby (I396)
50 Type: Removed Coleman, Charles P. (I37)

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