Person:Noah Coker (3)

Watchers
Noah Bluford Coker
b.17 Nov 1835 Bibb County, Alabama
d.23 Jan 1930
m.
  1. Noah Bluford Coker1835 - 1930
  1. Mary Ella CokerAbt 1865 -
  2. William T. CokerAbt 1866 -
  3. Lena CokerAbt 1869 -
  4. Emy Laura CokerAbt 1871 -
  5. Allie CokerAbt 1873 -
  6. Mattie Mae CokerAbt 1875 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Noah Bluford Coker
Gender Male
Birth[3] 17 Nov 1835 Bibb County, Alabama
Other[6][8] May 1861-12 May 1865 Vienna, , LouisianaMilitary Service
Census[9] 1870 Bibb County, Alabama
Occupation[7][10] 21 Aug 1880 Bibb County, Alabama
Residence[11] 1907 Centreville, Bibb County, Alabama
Death[4] 23 Jan 1930
Burial[5] Bibb County, AlabamaBibb County Alabama Harris Family Cemetery
References
  1. RootsWeb. Coker. (http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/Coker), From: KinToWho@aol.com-Joy in Ga.; Subject: Noah B. Coker; Date: 14 Jun 2000.

    Bibb. Co., AL Court, April Term 1849
    Noah B. Coker filed declaration stating he was natural father of Noah B. Coker Bishop, son of Mary Bishop, and changing his name to Noah B. Coker. Reference number: Noah B. Coker & Mary Bishop

  2. Perry County Heritage, 227.

    From Census of Confederate Veterans 1907, Coker, Noah Bluford, P. O. Centreville, born 17 Nov. 1835, at 1st Courthouse, Bibb Co, Al. Joined May 1861 at Vienna, La. as private in 12th La. Vol. Co. L, continued until 12 May 1865, paroled at Montgomery,Al. Reference number: Noah Bluford Coker & Martha Ann Eady

  3. Perry County Heritage, 227.

    From Census of Confederate Veterans 1907, Coker, Noah Bluford, P. O. Centreville, born 17 Nov. 1835, at 1st Courthouse, Bibb Co, Al. Joined May 1861 at Vienna, La. as private in 12th La. Vol. Co. L, continued until 12 May 1865, paroled at Montgomery,Al. Reference number: Noah Bluford Coker & Martha Ann Eady

  4. Madge Pettit. Pioneers and Residents of West Central Alabama Prior to the Civil War.

    In the Harris Family Cemetery in Bibb Co. are the stones of Noah B. Coker (b. 17 Nov 1835 -d. 23 Jan 1930) (wife) Martha Ann Eady (b. 10 Oct 1835 - d. 23 Aug 1900)

  5. Madge Pettit. Pioneers and Residents of West Central Alabama Prior to the Civil War.

    In the Harris Family Cemetery in Bibb Co. are the stones of Noah B. Coker (b. 17 Nov 1835 -d. 23 Jan 1930) (wife) Martha Ann Eady (b. 10 Oct 1835 - d. 23 Aug 1900)

  6. Perry County Heritage, 227.

    From Census of Confederate Veterans 1907, Coker, Noah Bluford, P. O. Centreville, born 17 Nov. 1835, at 1st Courthouse, Bibb Co, Al. Joined May 1861 at Vienna, La. as private in 12th La. Vol. Co. L, continued until 12 May 1865, paroled at Montgomery,Al. Reference number: Noah Bluford Coker & Martha Ann Eady

  7. Unknown, Probably Perry Co. Heritage or Pioneers & Residents of West Central Al Prior to the Civil War.

    Reference number: NOAH BLUFORD COKER & MARTHA ANN EADY

  8. Joined CSA May 1861 at Vienna, La. as private in 12th La. Vol. Co. L continued until 12 May 1865, paroled at Montgomery, Al.
  9. Noah, age 34, b. in Alabama
  10. Source unknown: Probably «i»Perry County Heritage«/i» or «i»Pioneers and Residents of West Central Alabama Prior to the Civil War«/i» by Madge Pettit.
    Sheriff of Bibb County, Alabama
  11. Centreville, Bibb County, Alabama