_John COLEMAN _ _Robert COLEMAN _| | |_______________ | |--John Morgan COLEMAN | | _______________ |_Sarah _____ ____| |_______________
Buried at Hackleburg Cemetery
Obituary in newspaper:
COLEMAN. -Rev. John Morgan Coleman, son of Robert and Sallie Coleman, was born Jan. 23, 1833, married Sept. 19, 1859 to Nancy Parker, professed religion and joined the M. E. Church, South, in early manhood and licensed to preach just after the Civil war. He was born in South Carolina, and move to Alabama in early youth, where he lived till May 23d 1906, when God called him up higher. He leaves a wife, two daughters and five sons. He said before he died he was ready at God's call to go. Bro. Coleman was well known by the writer who knew him to be a master mason in good standing, a local Elder in the M. E. Church, South, and an earnest worker in his Master's cause.
1850 Federal Census of Randolph County, Alabama Beat No. 2 -- 18 October 1850 -- page 294 200/200 Robert Coleman 45 M farmer SC Sarah Coleman 40 F SC Amanda Coleman 22 F SC Sarah Coleman 20 F SC John Coleman 16 M SC James Coleman 15 M SC Glover Coleman 13 M SC Martha Coleman 12 M SC Wiley Coleman 9 M SC George Coleman 7 M SC Anderson Coleman 4 M SC Marion Coleman 1 M SC John Coleman 80 M VA
1860 Federal Census, Calhoun County, p. 553 Shoal Creek 887/887 John M. Coleman 27 M Nancy 21 F
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