Person:James Coleman (28)

Watchers
  1. John ColemanAbt 1748 -
  2. James ColemanAbt 1750 - Abt 1802
  3. Jody Coleman, (?)
  4. William ColemanBef 1753 -
  5. Robert Coleman, (?)
  6. David ColemanAbt 1755 -
  7. Ruth COLEMAN
  8. Rhoda ColemanAbt 1757 - Aft 1826
  9. Jesse Coleman1758 - 1831
  10. Nathaniel COLEMAN
  11. Bathsheba Coleman1759 - 1795
  12. Mahlon ColemanAbt 1760 -
  13. Margery ColemanAbt 1762 -
  • HJames ColemanAbt 1750 - Abt 1802
  • W.  Anne (add)
Facts and Events
Name[1] James Coleman
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1750 New Jersey, United States
Property[2] 1 Jan 1796 Burlington, New Jersey, United Statessold 30 ac to Jesse Coleman
Death[2] Abt 1802 Burlington, New Jersey, United StatesNottingham
Other? 10 Oct 1802 Burlington, New Jersey, United Statesnamed in Will of John Coleman, father
References
  1. Source (67). (SIN 166. Note Found in Job Moore family Bible, attached to source 24, ca 1900. Probably written by a Moore family member, perhaps Miranda.).
  2. 2.0 2.1 .

    Burlington Co NJ Deed Bk. I; p. 252.
    1 Jan 1796 James Coalman & Anne his wife of Nottingham Twp, Burlington Co sell to Jesse Coalmon of the same place…for 300 pounds…all that tract of woodland in Nottingham…beginning at a stone in the end of a ditch in David Lee’s line also a corner to the land of James Coalman’s, thence along the middle of sd. ditch N 37 degrees 45 minutes E 17 chains 25 links to a white oak marked for a corner, thence S 62 degrees 15 min. E 16 chains to a white oak bush marked for a corner, thence with other land of sd. Jesse Coalman’s S 27 degrees 15 min. W 17 chains 6 links to a post alos a corner for sd. Lee thense with his line N 62 degrees 15 min. W 19 chians 37 links to the place of beginning…30 ac…also all trees, woods, commons, pastures, profits, etc.
    Witnesses: John James James Coleman L.S. Geo. Anderson Anna Coleman L.S.

    11 Feb 1797 Proved by James & Anna Coleman, she examined separately. Geo. Anderson, Judge of the Inferior Court, Burlington Co, Rec. 3 Sep 1800

    [Recorded with the deed of John Coleman to Jesse Coalman of 4 Apr 1800, on adjacent pages in the deed book.]