References for Descendants of Robert Coleman of Nansemond County Virginia, 1684-1920

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Descendants of Robert Coleman of Nansemond County Virginia 1684-1900

References:

  1. Alexander, Matt C., in post 6608 to Coleman Family Forum with a subject of "Re: Charles Coleman, b 1845, m. Laura c1870, Eutaw, AL" dated 10/20/2003.
  2. Allen, Hudson, in post 3942 to Coleman Family Forum with a subject of "Robert Coleman family of Marion Co. S.C." dated 03/05/2001.
  3. Bailey, Betty Flanery, 2002, in a post to Starnes Family Forum, GenForum post #794, dated 09/16/2002.
  4. Barbara (no last name given) in a post to Jernigan-L email list on rootsweb dated Fri, 5 Jan 2001 10:51:07 EST with a subject of "[JERNIGAN-L] Charles Jernigan". The author's email address is given as: Wildbloom@aol.com
  5. Barbara (no last name given) in a post to Jernigan-L email list on rootsweb dated Tue, 1 Aug 2000 22:49:25 EDT with a subject of "Re: [JERNIGAN-L] Ga Jernigans". The author's email address is given as: Wildbloom@aol.com
  6. Barfield, Anita and Kay Duncan, They're Buried in Our Past, Columbus County, NC, 1808-1984 (Vol 2), 1984. Transcribed and posted by David B. High, March 1999 to the USGenWeb project for the State of North Carolina archives. Found in an online search June 2001 using the State Archives Search Engine on the web site:
    http://www.usgenweb.com/ , later moved to
    https://sites.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/newsearch.htm
    The actual page with records from the Coleman Cemetery in Cherry Grove, NC is:
    http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/columbus/cemeteries/colemncg.txt, verified 11/26/2006.
  7. Beck, Josiah, Descendants of John Beck, b.1755 d.1818, on Family Tree Maker website: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/e/c/Josiah-d-Beck-DDS/GENE3-0003.html.
  8. Biba, Dayle Noble, query posted to the Horry County, SC web page of the USGenWeb project, dated July 27, 1999.
  9. Biba, Dayle Noble, post to the Robeson County, NC email list on Rootsweb, NCROBESO-L@rootsweb.com, entitled COLEMAN FAMILY in S.C. and N.C., dated Jan 15, 2001.
  10. Blalock, Jessie, post #3603 to the Coleman Family Forum of GenForum dated 9 Dec 2000 with a title of "Elizabeth Coleman McClure (1837-1865) TN".
  11. Blackwell, Michael, personal correspondence dated 12/05/2009 tipping me to the fact (193) Mary Polly Coleman, dau. of Moses, married Joab Meares, a fact supported by the fact her brother was named in a court case where a daughter sued for division of the slaves owned by her after husband Joab's death.
  12. Bolick, Julian Stevenson, A Fairfield Sketchbook
    with introduction by Kathleen Lewis Sloan, Jacobs Brothers,
    Clinton, South Carolina, Copyright 1963.  Available in the
    Clayton Library, Center for Genealogical Research, a branch of
    The Houston Public Library, 5300 Caroline, Houston, TX 77004-6896
    Pages 26 - 32 describe and depict "The Century House", a red brick 3 story home built by slaves of Dr. James
    Buchanan Coleman, Charles S. Coleman's older brother, in Fairfield
    County, South Carolina, in the Ridgeway community, maintained in
    the early 1960s by the Ridgeway Garden Club.
  13. Bradley, Dr. Stephen E., Jr., [1995a] Edgecombe County, North Carolina Deeds Volume I: 1759-1768. Abstracted and published by the author, 1995, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
  14. Bradley, Dr. Stephen E., Jr., [1995b] Edgecombe County, North Carolina Deeds Volume II: 1768-1778. Abstracted by Bradley. 1995, Virginia Beach , Virginia 23464
  15. Britt, Gerri Lynn, contribution of a Cemetery list for the Hammond Cemetery, Horry County, SC, near the state line and just off Highway 76 from Fair Bluff, Columbus County, SC.  Date of contribution unknown, but was between 2000 and 2002.
  16. Bruley Family Personal correspondence, June 2004.
  17. Campbell, Wanda S. Abstracts of Wills, Bladen County, North Carolina (1734-1900) 1962. 975.6 C192 NC, Available from Clayton Library, Center for Genealogical Research, a branch of
    The Houston Public Library, 5300 Caroline, Houston, TX 77004-6896
  18. Carlisle, H. 2004 Personal correspondence, November 2004.
  19. Carlisle, Susannah 2004 Web site on Carlisle history viewed November 2004 at http://www.angelfire.com/sc3/carlislehistory.  Cited by H. Carlisle as the source of much of the information on Robert Carlile and Sarah Coleman.
  20. Casey, Diane Family tree dated March 7, 2005, Group 3410, head 2
  21. Casey, Diane Family tree dated March 7, 2005, Group 3410, head 3
  22. Casey, Diane Family tree dated March 7, 2005, Group 3420, head 1
  23. Casey, Diane Family tree dated March 7, 2005, Group 3460, head 3
  24. Casey, Diane Family tree dated March 7, 2005, Group 3465, head 1
  25. Chandler, Cynthia., in a posting to the PITT-L email list on RootsWeb, with a subject of "[Pitt] PITT/Sumner Co. TN" dated 3 Aug 2000.
  26. Christopher, Jeannette May, Glen & Kin, 1994.
  27. Clarissa, personal correspondence dated Sept 2005.
  28. Clark, Murtie June Colonial Soldiers Of The South (1732-1774) pages 660-681.  This extract was posted to the Coleman-L email list on 29 Mar 1999 with a subject of "Edgecomb Co NC 1750s Militia" as a copy of a post to the Bertie County North Carolina email list.
  29. Cole, Ruth, in post to Coleman Family Forum of GenForum, message number 2111 dated Jan 22, 2000 with a subject of "Re: colemans in south carolina".
  30. Coleman, Donald 2002 Personal correspondence, December 2002.
  31. Coleman, Dr. James Buchanan, letter he filed on behalf of his
    father's estate, of which he was named executor.  This letter is
    held by the National Archives and Records Administration, in
    Washington D.C. as part of the Pension Records of the
    Revolutionary War for Charles Coleman, Sr.
  32. Coleman Bio for D.V. Coleman Family found on the USGenWeb State Archives Search Engine for the state of Georgia. http://files.usgwarchives.org/ga/tattnall/bios/coleman.txt
  33. Coleman, J. P., 51st Governor of Mississippi, The Robert Coleman
    Family, From Virginia to Texas 1652 - 1965
    , published privately
    by the author in 1965.  hard bound.  Copy located in the
    Clayton Library, Center for Genealogical Research, a branch of
    The Houston Public Library, 5300 Caroline, Houston, TX 77004-6896
    The text of this work is available online.
  34. Coleman, Linda, Post to the NCOrange-L email list on RootsWeb dated 4 Jan 2000 with a subject of "Coleman" and discussing James Coleman, I and James Coleman, II and their wives.
  35. Coleman, Donald L., personal correspondence, dated December 2002 responding to the lack of good information on the family of Clebourne Glenford Coleman.
  36. Coleman, Georgeanna, personal correspondence, dated April 2005 responding to the lack of good information on the family of Roy Frank Coleman.
  37. Coleman, Phil, personal correspondence, dated 1998 and 1999 on the descendants of Thomas Coleman of Hamilton County, TN with some descendants in Putnam County, TN.
  38. Coleman, Kim, personal correspondence, dated throughout 2007 and 2008. The line of Bestor Coleman (I, II, and III) in Sawyerville, Hale County, Alabama, was provided 05/09/2008. This information was confirmed by U.S. Census lookups in Heritage Quest, except for the marriage and dates of Bestor Wynne Coleman, III and wife, Mary Bordon.
  39. Cook, Jim, Web Site with descendants report from Family Tree Maker for Thomas Meares, born 1602/03 in Sidlesham, Sussex County, England, who emigrated 1620 from Burras Ireland to Upper Norfolk County, VA, and died 1674 in Anne Arundel County, MD. This report provides the most detailed account of the descendants of Joab Meares and wife, (193) Mary Polly Coleman of Fairbluff, Columbus County, North Carolina. On Jan 1, 2010, the date on Jim's website was 2004.
  40. Cook, Nelda, in post to Gleghorn Family Forum of GenForum, message number 66 dated July 10, 2002 with a subject of "Charles Cole Gleghorn of Greene Co Ark.".
  41. Dykes, Mary Margaret Fussell, 2009, personal correspondence, dated February 2009, providing the line of Albert 'Ab' Francis Marion Coleman, through whom she descends.
  42. Edgecombe Deeds, 1732-1741, a microfilm at
    Clayton Library, Center for Genealogical Research, a branch of
    The Houston Public Library, 5300 Caroline, Houston, TX 77004-6896
    Film C82 D04
  43. Fairfax, Dan, in a post to the NCBLADEN-L list on rootsweb, dated June 20, 2000, entitled " [NCBLADEN-L] FW: FW: [NCCOLUMB] Will Abstracts - JERNIGAN, FAIRFAX" Dan Fairfax records information recently sent to via personal email.
  44. Fairfield Deeds, "Direct Index to Deeds of Fairfield County, [South Carolina]", Microfilm Roll 11, in Clayton Library, Center for Genealogical Research, a branch of
    The Houston Public Library, 5300 Caroline, Houston, TX 77004-6896
    Transcribed by Wes Coleman on 2/02/02.
  45. Fairfield Wills, "Fairfield County, [South Carolina,] Will Book Volume 3," Page 85, found on Microfilm at
    Clayton Library, Center for Genealogical Research, a branch of
    The Houston Public Library, 5300 Caroline, Houston, TX 77004-6896
  46. Flynn, Brendan, M.D. Ahnentaffel dated 06/14/2007 published on Ancestry World Tree at http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=flynn&id=I21808&ti=5538
  47. Galloway, David, personal correspondence, dated Nov 2006 based on a review of U.S. Census records, marriage records and cemetery records.
  48. Godwin, Lori & David, Query posted to the Horry County, SC page of the USGenWeb project, dated 6 Jan 1999.
  49. "Greene County, AL Marriages 1823 - 1860"
  50. Goodspeed, THE GOODSPEED BIOGRAPHICAL and HISTORICAL MEMOIRS OF N. E. ARK., surnames A-L, found on USGenWeb.com State Archives Search engine by Wes Coleman on 9/10/2005.
  51. Hanson, Pat, personal correspondence dated 01/10/03.  Pat related to me the fact John Coleman had a daughter named Eliza Ann Coleman and provided the lineage for the branch of descendants originating from Eliza.
  52. Harvey, Linda, personal correspondence dated 06/09/2008.
  53. High, David, Post to the USGenWeb State Archives for North Carolina.
  54. High, Dave, submitted in May 1999 to USGenWeb State Archives for North Carolina, transcribed from the book: "They're Buried in Our Past, Columbus County, NC, 1808-1984 (Vol 2)" dated June, 1984.
  55. Holmes, Cornelia 2000A, Post to the NCOrange-L email list on RootsWeb dated 25 April 2000 with a subject of "Garrett Information" and mentioning a marriage of Joseph Coleman to Betsy Rux Garrett.
  56. Holmes, Cornelia 2000B, Post #2229 to the Coleman Family Forum of GenForum dated 02/13/2000 with a subject of "Re: COLEMANS: approx.1750 Joseph,Robt,NC?" and mentioning a marriage of Joseph Coleman to Betsy Rux Garrett and a marriage of their daughter, Nancy, to James Augustus Burch in Caswell County, NC, on 02/25/1819.
  57. Hook, Robert, personal correspondence (email) dated 8-Mar-2002.
  58. Hook, Robert, Family Tree Maker World Family Tree entry dated Feb 2002.
  59. Ingmire, Frances Terry, Edgecombe County North Carolina
    Marriage Records 1760-1868
    , Iberian Publishing Company:Athens,
    Georgia.  No date given, presumably printed in 1960s?.  Available in
    Clayton Library, Center for Genealogical Research, a branch of
    The Houston Public Library, 5300 Caroline, Houston, TX 77004-6896
    Page 14 lists Coleman marriages.
  60. Ingmire, Frances Terry, Halifax County,
    North Carolina, marriage records, 1818-1867
    Iberian Publishing
    Company:Athens, Georgia.  C1984.  Available in
    Clayton Library, Center for Genealogical Research, a branch of
    The Houston Public Library, 5300 Caroline, Houston, TX 77004-6896
  61. Jones, Hamilton C, Court Clerk, an 1857 court case, "Robert Chesnut and wife vs. Polly Meares and others", is recorded in the book, Reports of Cases in Equity Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court, North Carolina, From December Term 1857 to August Term 1858, Inclusive, Vol III. Dated 1858.
  62. Kathy, post dated Fri, 27 Feb 1998 to COLEMAN-L on rootsweb with a subject of "Edgecombe Co., NC" wherein she lists Colemans in Will Abstracts for Bladen County North Carolina.
  63. Lawson, James, post number 4788, dated September 10, 2001, to the Coleman Family Forum of GenForum with a subject of "COLEMAN-FLOYD-WARD-FURR-WARLICK-LAWSON in NC".
  64. Logan County Arkansas, Its History and Its People pg327, article entitled "Thomas Jefferson Spicer". Reported to the author in Nov 2008 via email.
  65. Maybry, Mannie Lee, Union County Heritage--South Carolina, Published by Union County Heritage Committee, Union, SC; Hunter Publishing Company, Winston-Salem, NC; ISBN 0-89459-152-5, 1981, page 109.
  66. Marble, Martha M., Post to NCLenoir-L list dated February 3, 2001.
  67. Marriage records for Hamilton County, Tennessee.
  68. McGarr, Mary Knight, personal correspondence dated 1-Mar-2001
    regarding descendants of Robert Carlisle and Sarah Coleman.
  69. McGee, Marion Banks, Database posted through Rootsweb. Found by the author on 7 Jul 2002 through the Rootsweb search tool.
  70. Meares, Billy, post #288 dated 03/23/2000 to Mears Family Forum of GenForum with a subject of "Re: Columbus Co., NC.... MEARS/MEARES family"
  71. Nansemond County Home Page on the VAGenWeb Project.
  72. Navey, William R., provided an indexed copy of "Tennessee Pension Roll of 1835"  found with the USGenWeb State Archives Search Engine for Tennessee on 16 Sep 2000 by the author.
  73. Nicol, Sherrianne Coleman, The Coleman Family of Mobjack Bay Virginia published by the author in Bradenton, Florida, 1998.
  74. Nugent, Nell Marion, Cavaliers & Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, Vol. II 1666-1695 .
  75. O'Neal, Russel, in a post to the Lincoln County Tennessee genealogy email list, TNLINCOL-L@rootsweb.com, with a subject of "Re: [LCT] Re: Stephen Coleman SC-TN" dated 02/14/2000.
  76. Owen, Tammy, in a post to the Hemphill Family Forum of GenForum, no. 55 entitled "Re: William Hemphill/John L Hemphill" dated October 1, 1998
  77. Padgett, Cameron M, 2008, web site on FamilyTreeMaker viewed on 7/17/2008. http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/a/d/Cameron-M-Padgett-Ga/GENE0001-0001.html
  78. Pagan, Patricia, in a family tree published at www.genealogy.com: http://www.genealogy.com/users/p/a/g/Patricia-Pagan/FILE/0001text.txt
  79. Patterson, Paul W, personal correspondence, Feb/Mar 2004.
  80. Pfaus, Carolyn, in a post to the Coleman Family Forum of GenForum, no. 1381 entitled "Coleman's in Arkansas", dated June 24, 1999
  81. Pfaus, Carolyn, recorded online on her Family Tree Maker Web Site, no date.
    Especially pages 11 and 24
  82. Pfaus, Carolyn, personal correspondence, March 2004.
  83. Powell, Bruce C., Jr., "Data on Old Fair Bluff Families"
    a newpaper article appearing in The News Reporter, 75th Anniversary issue
    for Fair Bluff, Columbus County, North Carolina, dated 11 Oct 1971.
  84. Powell, Joyce, post on 06 Nov 2000
    to Edgecombe County List on Rootsweb on
    the Spouses of Susanor and Zilpha Coleman.
  85. Powell, Joyce, 2008a, post 1054 dated 05/11/2008 to Pitt Family Forum of genforum.genealogy.com, entitled Re: John G. Pitt (Sumner Co. Tennessee)
  86. Powell, Joyce, 2008b, personal correspondence, June 2008.
  87. Ragan, Jean, 2002, personal correspondence, Dec 2002.
  88. Robinson, Clint, 2015, personal correspondence, Apr 2015.
  89. Roper, Regina, 1998, post dated Wed, 28 Jan 1998 to COLEMAN-L on rootsweb with a subject of "Moses Coleman followup".
  90. Roper, Regina, 1999, post dated Fri, 05 Nov 1999 to COLEMAN-L on rootsweb with a subject of "Moses Coleman".
  91. Roper, Regina, 2001a, post #4289 dated 20 May 2001 to Coleman Family Forum on GenForum with a subject of "Moses Coleman/ Treasy Cahoon NC, KY".
  92. Roper, Regina, 2001b, post #4528 dated 09 Jul 2001 to Coleman Family Forum on GenForum with a subject of "Re: Moses Coleman/ Treasy Cahoon NC, KY".
  93. Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers and Patriots in Alabama, referenced in [Hook].
  94. Rowland, George W., Fathers of the Ridge, Vol III, Genealogical Sketches of Green and Calhoun Counties, Arkansas, Ed.D., Crowley's Ridge College Bookstore and Press:Crowley's Ridge, AR; 1980
  95. Rozier, 2002
  96. Rubin, Louis D., Jr., Virginia - A bicentennial History one of a series of books called "States and the Nation" published by W. W. Norton & Company of New York for the American Association for State and Local History of Nashville, TN, 1977.  This book is written to young adults and touches on some great stories but leaves out so much of the entertaining detail that will be found in the other references
  97. Shanahan, 2008 personal correspondence from LeAnne von Neumeyer Hull Shanahan dated 12/2008.
  98. Simmons, Mary post to USGenWeb North Carolina State Archives and found through the State Archives Search Engine on the USGenWeb site by the author, 13 Jul 2002.
  99. Slater, Joe, post 900 dated 06/08/2005 to Pitt Family Forum of genforum.genealogy.com, entitled John G. Pitt (Sumner Co. Tennessee)
  100. Smith, Larry, 1999a, personal correspondence regarding the children of Rachel Coleman and William Riley Brown, 21 Feb 1999.
  101. Smith, Larry, 1999b, personal correspondence regarding the children of Rachel Coleman and William Riley Brown, 23 Feb 1999.
  102. Smith, Larry, 2000, personal correspondence regarding the family of Rachel Coleman and William Riley Brown, 2 Jul 2000.
  103. Spicer, Penelope, 2006, post #2014 to the Spicer Family Forum of GenForum, dated September 30, 2006.
    http://genforum.genealogy.com/spicer/messages/2014.html
  104. Sponenburgh, Linda, 2008, personal correspondence regarding the family of John, son of Mary Coleman McClure and also the family of John and Elizabeth Coleman McClure, Feb through Apr, 2008.
  105. Starnes Odds and Ends from Tennessee, Tennessee Marriages 1851-1900:
    http://www.tcarden.com/tree/ensor/StarnesTN.html viewed on 05/20/2008
  106. Stout, Scot, transcription of Clay County Marriages, Western District, 1881 - 1907, found on USGenWeb.com State Archives Search Engine for Arkansas by Wes Coleman on 9/10/2005. Found in two files, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ar/clay/vitals/ccmarri.txt and http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ar/clay/vitals/ccmarrii.txt
  107. Stick, David, Roanoke Island, The Beginnings of English in America, University of North Carolina Press, 1983.  This is an excellent account of the earliest exploration even of Greenland and Iceland by Norsement and Vikings up through the landing of the first truly permanent colony of Englishmen in Virginia.  This very detailed account was written to laymen by a historian who enjoyed familiarity with the historical documents and legends of our ancestoral settlement efforts.
  108. Strickland, Andy, post to STRICKLAND-L@rootsweb.com dated Wednesday, September 20, 2000 11:10 AM on the subject of:  "[STRICKLAND] Jernigans".  The post gives the email address of the author as F4246@InfoAve.Net.
  109. Stringer, Beverly, posting on Ancestry at http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.ainsworth/773.3/mb.ashx
  110. Dodd, Jordan R.. Tennessee Marriages, 1851-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000.
  111. Sumner County Marriages on rootsweb viewed on 07/22/2008 at: https://sites.rootsweb.com/~tnsumner/clmarr.htm
  112. Thuren, Barbara McGill, 2008, personal correspondence dated June 2008.
  113. Tom, Zoe Hemphill, post to HEMPHILL Family Forum entitled "Re: William & John Hemphill & Coleman", number 1548, on GenForum dated 01/15/2004.
  114. Tubbs, Vicki, Personal correspondence dated 14 Jun 2001.
  115. U. S. Census Records, Greene County, AL
    1850.  Viewed at the USGenWeb Greene County Web Site.
  116. U. S. Census Records, District #12, Soddy-Daisy, Hamilton County, Tennessee, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880.  Viewed in the Clayton Library, Center for Genealogical Research, a branch of
    The Houston Public Library, 5300 Caroline, Houston, TX 77004-6896
  117. U. S. Census Records, Subdivision #1, Lincoln County, Tennessee, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880.  Viewed in the HeritageQuest Library online.
  118. U. S. Census Records, North Carolina, 1860, as posted to the USGenWeb and indexed by the State Archives Search Engine for the state of North Carolina (NC), found online on 1 July 2002.
  119. U. S. Census Records, North Carolina, 1880, available for search on the Family Search web site maintained by the Mormon Church at http://www.familysearch.org/.
  120. U. S. Census Records, Madison County, Arkansas, 1880, and
    U. S. Soundex, Index to children under 10 years of age, for the U.S.
    Census of 1880 in Arkansas.
  121. U.S. Census Records, Salem, Greene County, Arkansas, 1880, Enumeration District 101, Page 33, Family 295.
  122. U.S. Census Records, Salem, Greene County, Arkansas, 1900, Enumeration District 86, Page 6A, Dwelling 106.
  123. U.S. Census Records, Kilgore Township, Clay County, Arkansas, 1900
  124. U.S. Census Records, Gleghorn Township, Clay County, Arkansas, 1910. Series T624, Roll 46, page 233
  125. U.S. Census Records, Salem, Greene County, Arkansas, 1910, Enumeration District 63, Page 4B, Dwelling 67.
  126. U.S. Revolutionary War Pension Record of West Tennessee dated 8/23/1832
  127. Vaughn, Janet Carlson, personal correspondence dated April 28 & 29, 2012.
  128. Van Camp, Nancy, personal correspondence dated November 28, 2012 through December 1, 2012.
  129. Walters, Jacquie S., personal correspondence dated 8 Jul 2002.
  130. Watson, Joseph W., Kinfolks of Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1788-1855,
    Rocky Mount, N.C., 1969.
  131. Wertenbaker, Thomas Jefferson, "Rent Roll of Virginia
    1704-1705," an Appendix to the book
    The Planters of Colonial Virginia,
    Jefferson Princeton Univ. Press:Princeton, NJ and
    the Oxford Univ. Press:London, 1922.  Copy located in the Rosenberg
    Library, Galveston, TX.
  132. William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 7, No. 4. (Apr 1899), pp. 205-315, wherein is found the "Isle of Wight County Records"  This was found online using the USGenWeb State Archives Search Engine on 16 Sep 2002 by the author.
  133. William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 25, No. 3. (Jan 1917), pp. 168-170. wherein is found the "Assessors Book for 1778 from Isle of Wight County"  This was found online using the USGenWeb State Archives Search Engine on 16 Sep 2002 by the author.
  134. Williams, Ruth Smith and Margarette Glenn Griffin, Abstracts
    of the wills of Edgecombe County North Carolina 1733-1856
    ,
    Dixie Letter Service:Rocky Mount, North Carolina, C1956.
    Pages 80-82 listing all the Coleman wills.
  135. Williamson, Jason McLeod Abstracts of wills, Columbus County, North Carolina, 1808-1919 Published by author in Alexandria, Va. (4606 Kling Dr., Alexandria 22312) : J.M. Williamson, 1984.
  136. Lewis Williamson Family (Web page), found 05/14/2008 on the web site of the SE North Carolina Genealogical Society. The page lists parentage for Rebecca Williamson, wife of Harris Coleman.
    http://www.sencgs.org/family/williamson/williamson.html
  137. Winn, Bob; Ancestor families report created by Gene 4.3.4, Report dated Wed, 07/24/2002.  Report from the author's own personal database showing the lines of Colemans in Greene County, Alabama.
  138. Winn, Richard, General Richard Winn's Notes - 1780, a diary of the actions of Colonel Winn in North Carolina during the Revolutionary War. Published in South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, pp. 201+
  139. Yarborough, Carleen Carlisle, personal correspondence, 2001.
  140. Yarborough, Cleveland (Cy), The Colemans of North Hamilton County Tennessee, published privately by the author, no date, (circa 1985?).  Found by this author at the
    Chattanooga Hamilton County Bicentennial Public Library, Chattanooga, TN and copied there in 1990. Content used by permission of the author.
  141. Yelverton, Keith E., Family tree published in 2009 at http://webpages.charter.net/kvcw/dat21.html.

 



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