Person:Alinas Cole (1)

  1. Alinas Cole1819 - 1899
  2. Lana Coleest 1825 -
  3. John M. Cole1832 -
  4. Denison Coleabt 1837 -
  5. Benjamin D. Cole1843 - 1920
m. abt 1842
  1. Albert Cole1842 - 1917
  2. Norman Coleabt 1848 -
  3. Sarah E. Cole1850 -
  4. Byron Cole1851 - 1929
  5. Arthur Coleabt 1854 -
  6. Rose Cole1858 - 1939
  7. Howard Coleabt 1860 -
  8. Jennie Coleabt 1862 -
  9. Nancy Winifred Cole1867 - 1885
Facts and Events
Name Alinas Cole
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 4 Jul 1819 Sugarloaf Twp., Columbia Co., Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage abt 1842 to Rhoda Ann Kile
Death[3][4] 9 Apr 1899 Bloomsburg, Columbia Co., Pennsylvania, United States
Burial[3] Saint Gabriel Cemetery, Columbia Co., Pennsylvania, United States

Copied from www.pagenweb.org/~columbia/bios4.htm

Alinas COLE, farmer and miller, P. O. Derrs, was born July 4, 1820, in Sugarloaf Township, on the farm that his grandfather, Ezekiel COLE, settled when he came from New Jersey. Ezekiel’s last wife was Elizabeth HESS, by whom he had three sons and three daughters: Ezekiel, William, Isaiah, Rebecca, Lana and Adaline. Ezekiel, the father of Alinas, married Sarah, daughter of Silas JACKSON. After marriage he settled on the homestead farm, and died here June, 1848, aged about forty, his widow surviving him until the fall of 1885. They reared four sons and one daughter: Alinas, Lana, John, Benjamin and Dennison. Alinas was born and reared on the homestead, and raised to farming and miling, and at twenty-three he began life for himself. He married Rhoda, daughter of John and Elizabeth (FRITZ) KILE. Since 1848 he has been principally engaged in milling, yet has carried on farming and lumbering in the meantime. In April, 1876, he came to the place he now owns, formerly owned by ROBBINS, the mill seat being first built by Henry FULLMER about 1836. Mr. and Mrs. COLE have seven children: Albert and Norman, residing on the old homestead; Byron, in Tuscola County, Mich.; Arthur at home; Howard in Mifflin Township; Sarah E., wife of J. B. IKELER, and Rose. Mr. COLE owns 400 acres in Greenwood Township, 160 acres in another tract, and 156 in Sugarloaf. (History of Columbia and Montour Counties Pennsylvania, Battle, J. H.; Chicago: A. Warner & Co., 1887, pg 466)

U.S., Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865 at ancestry.com Name: Alinas Coal Residence: Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania Class: 2 Congressional District: 13th Age on 1 July 1863: 44 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1819 Race: White Place of Birth: Pennsylvania

1870 Census Sugarloaf Twp, Columbia Co., Pennsylvania Cole, Elinas 50 M W Miller 4000 2000 PA Cole, Rhoda 43 F W keeping house PA Cole, Albert 24 M W farm laborer PA Cole, Norman 22 M W farm laborer PA Cole, Sarah 20 F W PA Cole, Arthur 16 M W farm laborer PA Cole, Rosa 13 F W PA Cole, Howard 10 M W PA Cole, Jennie 8 F W PA Cole, Nancy 3 F W PA

1880 Census 174, Greenwood, Columbia Co., Pennsylvania Cole, Alinas W M 60 married Miller PA PA PA Cole, Rhoda W F 58 wife married keeping house PA PA PA Cole, Howard W M 21 son S farm labor PA PA PA Cole, Jenny W F 19 dau S at home PA PA PA Cole, Winifred W F 13 dau S at home PA PA PA

Pennsylvania, Church and Town Records, 1708-1985 at ancestry.com Name: Alinas Cole Birth Date: 4 Jul 1819 Event Type: Death Burial Date: 9 Apr 1899 Burial Place: Bloomsburg, Columbia, Pennsylvania Spouse Name: Rhoda Organization Name: Trinity Reformed Church (United Church of Christ)

References
  1. Find A Grave, Memorial# 8362765.

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  2. Pennsylvania, United States. Pennsylvania, Church and Town Records, 1708-1985. (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011), pg 3.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Find A Grave, Memorial# 8362765.
  4. Pennsylvania, United States. Pennsylvania, Church and Town Records, 1708-1985. (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011), pg 3.

    Date only

  5.   Pennsylvania, Columbia County USgenweb site/Biographies www.pagenweb.org/~columbia/bios4.htm a cole, bio of Alinas Cole.

    Son of Ezekiel Cole and grandson of Ezekiel Cole.

  6.   United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Sugarloaf Twp, Columbia Co., Pennsylvania.
  7.   United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Greenwood, Columbia Co., Pennsylvania.