Person:Mary Coker (4)

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Mary Ann Frances Coker
 
m. Abt 1841
  1. Annis Tinera Caroline Coker1844 - 1926
  2. Martha S. E. Coker1847 - 1927
  3. Mary Ann Frances Coker1852 -
  4. Leonard James W. Coker1855 -
  5. Joseph W. Peyton Coker1858 - 1932
  6. Mansel Alfred C. CokerAbt 1859 - 1947
m. 28 Nov 1867
  1. James J. Albin1870 - 1955
  2. Harrison Owens Albin1874 - 1940
  3. John Kenton Albin1877 - 1961
  4. Eliza N. Albin1879 -
  5. William Albin1882 - 1969
  6. Bertie L. Albin1884 -
  7. Raymond Andrew Albin1887 - 1949
  8. Joseph Payne Albin1890 - 1952
  9. Effie Albin1894 - 1968
  10. Ethel Albin1894 - 1974
Facts and Events
Name[1][5][6][7] Mary Ann Frances Coker
Gender Female
Birth[1][2][3][5][8] Mar 1852 Georgia, United States
Census[1] 4 Jul 1860 Comanche, Texas, United StatesMary A. T. Coker, age 9, born in Ga. in household of M. O. Coker
Marriage 28 Nov 1867 Comanche, Texas, United StatesJohn F. Albin to Mary Ann F. Coker
to John F. Albin
Census[2][8] 24 Oct 1870 Comanche, Texas, United StatesMary A. F. Alben in household of John F. Alben, age 18, keeping house, born in Georgia, married within the year in Nov
Census[5][7] Jun 1880 Erath, Texas, United StatesFrancis Alvin, wife, age 27, born in Georgia, parents born in North Carolina, in household of J. F. Alvin
Census[3] 20 Jun 1900 Haskell, Haskell, Texas, United StatesMary Albin, wife, age 48, married 30 years, total # of children 11, 10 chlidren living, born Mar 1852 in Georgia, father born unknown, mother born in North Carolina, in household of John Albin
Census[4] 17 May 1910 Haskell, Texas, United StatesMary A Alben, head, widowed, total # of children 11, 10 living, age 56, born in Georgia, father born in Georgia, mother born in North Carolina
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 United States, Texas, Comanche, census, 1860, page 262 (stamped) (front). (National Archives microfilm M653, roll 1289)
    04 July 1860.
  2. 2.0 2.1 United States, Texas, Comanche, census, 1870. (citing National Archvies microfilm M593, roll 1580)
    page 186 (front), 24 Oct 1870.

    dwelling #118, family #135

    John F. & Mary A. F. Alben household in 1870 census on Indian Creek in Comance County, Texas
  3. 3.0 3.1 .

    1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Haskell, Texas, Haskell, ED-89, sheet 12A, p. 20, dwelling 205, family 210, Mary Albin and John Albin [HOH]; digital image, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com: accessed 24 Jan 2008), citing NARA T623, roll 1643.

  4. .

    1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Haskell, Texas, Rochester, ED-117, SD-16, sheet 16A, p. 155 (stamped), dwelling 259, family 259, Mary A. Alben; digital image, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com: accessed 22 Nov 2009); citing NARA T624, roll 1562.

  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 .

    "Texas Deaths, 1890-1976,", Effie Sandlin (1968), death certificate 28952, digital image, FamilySearch (www.familysearch.org: accessed 23 Nov 2009). Effie Sandlin of Prec. #1, 3 miles west of Girard, Kent County, Texas died 19 Apr 1968 in Hamlin Hospital, Hamlin, Jones County, Texas. She was born 21 Jan 1894 in Haskell County, Texas to J. F. Albin and Mary Ann Coker. She was married and the informant was T. C. Sandlin, Jr. Her body was removed on 20 Apr 1968 for burial in Jayton Cemetery, Jayton, Texas. Information received by local registrar on 27 Apr 1968 and on 03 May 1968 by the Texas Department of Health Bureau of Vital Statistics.

  6. .

    1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Erath County, Texas, ED-151, SD-3, p. 35 (penned), p. 63C (stamped), dwelling 358, family 358, Francis Alvin and J. F. Alvin [HOH], digital image; Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com: accessed 01 Dec 2009); citing NARA T9, roll 1302; Francis Alvin wife of J. F. Alvin.

  7. 7.0 7.1 Spelling on census enumeratation is Francis Alvin.
  8. 8.0 8.1 John F. & Mary A. F. Alben household in 1870 census on Indian Creek in Comance County, Texas