Person:Leonard Coker (4)

Watchers
Leonard Franklin Coker
m. 25 Nov 1830
  1. Elizabeth Cokerabout 1831 -
  2. Lucy Cokerabout 1833 -
  3. Newton Horry Coker1836 - 1901
  4. Julia Cokerabout 1840 -
  5. Leonard Franklin Coker1843 - 1925
  6. Mary Cokerabout 1844 -
  7. Parks Cokerabout 1848 -
  8. Samuel Cokerabout 1850 -
  9. John R. CokerAbt 1854 -
m. 28 Sep 1865
  1. J. W. Coker - bef 1958
  2. Ora CokerEst 1866 -
  3. Florence Coker1868 - 1956
  4. Hugh CokerEst 1872 -
  5. Laura B. Coker1873 - 1899
  6. Ellen CokerEst 1874 -
  7. CokerEst 1876 -
  8. Walter F. Coker1879 - 1957
  9. Belle Cokerabt 1881 -
  10. George Franklin 'Frank' Coker1886 - 1958
Facts and Events
Name[1] Leonard Franklin Coker
Gender Male
Birth[1][4][5] 14 Apr 1843 Georgia, United Statesparents Jno Coker and Ellen Doyle
Military[3] 1862/1865 Virginia, United StatesConfederate sevice - Co. 2 or Co. I , 13th Georgia Infantry
Marriage 28 Sep 1865 Monroe, Walton, Georgia, United Statesto Elizabeth Sheron
Residence[3] 1912 Trion, Chattooga, Georgia, United States
Death[2][5] 4 Sep 1925 Chickamauga, Walker, Georgia, United StatesHome of son W. F. Coker
Funeral[2] 5 Sep 1925 Rock Spring, Walker, Georgia, United StatesRock Spring Church
Burial[2][5] 6 Sep 1925 Rock Spring Cemetery, Rock Spring, Walker, Georgia, United States
Obituary[2] 8 Sep 1925 Walker, Georgia, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Walker, Georgia, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 392B, Taylor's Ridge Valley, Dw./Fam. # 693 , John Coker, Primary quality.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 L. F. Coker, in Walker, Georgia, United States. Walker County Messenger. (LaFayette, Georgia), September 11, 1925, p. 8, column 3, microfilm LaFayette, Ga., M16, Walker Co. Mess. Oct. 17, 1924 - June 10, 1927.

    "L. F. Coker, aged 82 years buried at Rock Spring
    Chickamauga, Ga. Sept. 8--L. F. Coker aged 82 died at the home of his son W. F. Coker at an early hour Friday morning, after a lingering illness. Besides his widow he is survived by four sons, W. F. of Chickamauga, Frank of Illinois, J W of Atlanta and Hugh of Chattanooga. He is also survived by the following daughters, Mrs. Belle Maffett, Mrs. Ora Coker and Miss Florence Coker, of Chickamauga, Mrs. W. P. Gatlin, of Griffin, Ga. and Mrs. P. L. Robinson of Atlanta. The funeral was held from the Rock Spring church Saturday afternoon and the funeral services were conducted by Rev. B. F. Hunt of Ringgold. Interment in the Rock Spring cemetery with J. L. Moore in charge."

  3. 3.0 3.1 L. F. Coker application, in Georgia State Archives. Confederate Pension Applications 1879-1960. (Georgia, United States: Georgia State Archives).

    L. F. Coker enlisted in 1862 near Culpepper Courthouse, Virginia. His command was near Spotsylvania, Virginia in 1864. He was wounded and captured there in 1864. He was imprisoned at Fort Delaware and paroled at the end of the war.
    L. F. Coker applied for a pension in 1912. J. A. Drewry, W. N. Autry and F. J. Freeman in Spalding County, Georgia, attested to his service in Virginia.
    R. G. Williams and G. N. Rush both of Chattooga County, Georgia attested that the value of the personal propery of L. F. Coker was $100.
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  4. L. F. Coker, in Find A Grave, Find A Grave Memorial# 16779729.

    Birth: Apr. 14, 1843
    Death: Sep. 4, 1925
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  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 L. F. Coker, in Georgia State Archives. Georgia Death Certificates, 1919-1927. (Georgia, United States: Georgia State Archives), Certificate #26106.

    Title Coker, L. F.
    Birth Date 1843-04-14
    Age at Death 82 years 4 months 20 days
    City of Death Chickamauga
    County of Death Walker
    Date of Death 1925-09-04
    Father's Name Jno Coker
    Mother's Name Ellen Doyle
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