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Coles of Tenn.

Coles of Tenn.

Christopher Cole Denman (View posts)
Posted: 944493352000
My family and I have traced our ancestors back to Caroline Cole of Tenn., who married a William Clark (England) in the 1870 - 1880's. Living in Terrel, Tx. The Denman name came in (we believe) in the early 1900's. Caroline had up to 7 children. Does this mean anything to anyone?

Coles of Tenn.

Christopher Cole Denman (View posts)
Posted: 944547967000
A 1910 census puts Carolines Cole's birth in 1855. She had these children with William Clark (Phillip 1876, Minnie 1878, Cole Frank 1890. Can someone tell me how to trace Caroline (Callie) Cole. Reply to this forum.

Coles of TN

Betty (View posts)
Posted: 944684229000
Are descendents currently living in Terrell, TX? If so send names and I will try to make a contact. I live 25 miles from Terrell.

Coles in Terrell

Christopher Cole Denman (View posts)
Posted: 945096561000
Not to my knowledge. We haven't any contact with any Coles in the direct family line. The furthest we go back is my grandfather ( Cole Frank Denman Jr.) His father is C.F.Denman Sr b. 1890., son of Caroline ( Callie ) Cole and William Clark.
Are there any Coles living in that/your area?

Re: Coles in Terrell

Posted: 1381509578000
Classification: Lookup
Surnames: Clark, Cole
Callie Cole married Wm. Clark from England in 1873. My great, great grandmother was one of thier children: Cynthia B. Clark otherwise known by her nickname "Minnie." At the time of the 1880 census, Minnie was listed to be in the household of Wm. and Callie Clark. According to documents, (1880 census Kaufman Texas pg. 147, Page Letter B, entry number 570), Minnie was born in 1876. My grandmother signed Cynthia's death certificate in 1953 stating that she was born in 1875. As my grandmother explained it, Wm. was an Irish trapper and Callie was a half-blood Cherokee woman. Cynthia died as a result of injuries recieved during an attack in San Angelo, Texas in November of 1953.
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