Person:James Coker (22)

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James M. Coker
 
  1. William B. CokerAbt 1785 -
  2. Anna CokerEst 1786 -
  3. Elizabeth CokerEst 1787 -
  4. Thomas Coker1788 - 1836
  5. Sally CokerAbt 1792 - 1860
  6. Noah B. CokerAbt 1793 - Abt 1865
  7. Jonathan Clark CokerAbt 1796 - Abt 1878
  8. Robert CokerEst 1802 -
  9. Agnes CokerEst 1803 -
  10. Lutisha CokerAbt 1804 -
  11. James M. Cokerabt 1809 -
m. 7 Oct 1832
  1. Jonathan J. C. C. Cokerabt 1833 -
  2. Noah L Cokerabt 1836 - bef 1880
  3. William T Cokerabt 1837 -
  4. Levi Cokerabt 1839 -
  5. Andrew Cokerabt 1840 -
  6. W. Lafayette Cokerabt 1841 -
  7. Paralee Coker1846 - 1933
  8. E. Frances 'Fannie' V. Coker1849 - 1925
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] James M. Coker
Gender Male
Birth[3] abt 1809 Georgia, United States
Property[1] 26 May 1818 Montgomery, Mississippi Territory, United StatesFrom the will of Thomas Coker, I given my son James one negro boy name Isaac supposed to be worth four hundred dollars the condsions [sic] is such he is not to have the use of him till his mothers Death (or widdowhood) this is to be his part of the estate.
Property[4] 12 Dec 1822 Bibb, Alabama, United StatesJames Coker purchased one steer for $8.70 from the estate of Thomas Coker
Census[5] 1830 Bibb, Alabama, United StatesMale, age 20 to 30 in household of Noah B. Coker; probably James M. Coker
Other 4 Oct 1832 Bibb, Alabama, United StatesRody Starling gave permission for marriage of his daughter Tempy Starling to James M Coker
with Tempy C. Starling
Marriage License 6 Oct 1832 Bibb, Alabama, United Statesto Tempy C. Starling
Marriage Bond 6 Oct 1832 Bibb, Alabama, United Statesto Tempy C. Starling
Marriage 7 Oct 1832 Bibb, Alabama, United StatesBenjamin A Camp was the J.P.
to Tempy C. Starling
Property[6] 14 Oct 1834 Bibb, Alabama, United StatesLand patent issued for 39.93 acres in SWSE of Section 29, Township 23-N and Range 11-E.
Census[7] 1840 Bibb, Alabama, United StatesJames M. Coker, age 30 and under 40
Property? 1846 Bibb, Alabama, United StatesSarah Coker, mother of James, left him a feather bed in her will.
Census? 1850 Bibb, Alabama, United States
Property[9] 05 Feb 1855 Bibb, Alabama, United StatesLand purchased in Bibb County, 21 23 11E
Property[8] 1 Jun 1858 Bibb, Alabama, United StatesLand patent issued on 40.005 acres in NWSE of Section 21, Township 23-N and Range 11-E
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Pauline Jones Gandrud, compiler. Alabama Records Volume 166 Bibb County. (Southern Historical Press), 73-77.
  2. Pauline Jones Gandrud, compiler. Alabama Records Volume 166 Bibb County. (Southern Historical Press), 209-210.
  3. Ancestry.com. 1850 U. S. Census, Bibb County, Alabama. (NARA M434, roll 2), 106, James M. Coker household.

    All of the children were born in Alabama.
    James M. Coker, 40, farmer, GA; Tempy, 30, Tenn; Jonathan, 17, AL; Noah, 13; William, 12; Levi, 11; Andrew, 10; Lafayette, 9; Parolee, 6; and Frances, 3

  4. Bibb County Administrator's Accounts, Book C. (Bibb County Probate Office, Centreville, Alabama), 147-151.
  5. Noah B. Coker, line 19, in Bibb, Alabama, United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule, NARA M19, roll 2, p. 170, Secondary quality.

    digital image from www.ancestry.com

  6. James M. Coker, in United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, Document # 8550.

    Date patent issued; land probably purchased in 1832. Document # is 8550.
    SWSE S28 T23-N R11-E; 39.93 acres by James M. Coker

  7. James M. Coker, line 27, in Bibb, Alabama, United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, NARA M704, roll 1, p. 108, Secondary quality.

    James M. Coker is listed as the head of household. The other names are from the 1850 census. The age of Noah Coker in the 1850 census is 13, does not quite fit the category of 5<10 in the 1830 census.
    James M. Coker, 30<40; Jonathan, 5<10; Noah, 5<10; William, <5; Levi; <5; Tempy; 20<30; no slaves
    Brother Noah B. Coker enumerated on line 18.
    / digital image from www.ancestry.com

  8. James M Coker, in United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, Document #32585.

    The patent was issued on 01 June 1858; Document #32585.

  9. James M Coker, in Barefield, Marilyn Davis. Old Tuskaloosa land office records & military warrants, 1821-1855. (Easley, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press, c1984).

    Register of Receipts 18 Oct 1836 - 20 Feb 1855, Ledger 418
    5 Feb 1855 James M Coker Bibb County 21 23 11E