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R Cothran
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From:Louisville, Ky., Jefferson
Registered: Mar 2005

posted March 24, 2005 10:38 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for R Cothran   Click Here to Email R Cothran     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Hello Everyone,

I am kin to the Malones, Shoulders, Petty, Easter, Mithchell, Coleman, Cothran families in Athens, Ala. I would like to locate these family members to have a Big Family Reunion Event!!!!
I was looking through my family photo books and ran up on some old obituaries of our family. I feel that this can help us out a little.
However, if we can find some more old obituaries about our family in the early
1920's and 1930's, this would be great! This is what I founded on the most recent obituaries:

1. Willie Mae Coleman's- Mother is the first wife married to Moses Coleman
Children Willie Mae Coleman)

2. Francis Coleman- is the second wife married to Moses Coleman
Children Odell Coleman)

3. Dora Coleman is the Third wife married to Moses Coleman:
Moses and Dora Coleman had children James Coleman, Russell Coleman,Henry Coleman,Olivia Nig or Ohio Coleman,Christine Coleman and Glaze Coleman)

5. Other chilren:
Willie Mae Coleman,Odell Coleman,Robert Coleman, Charles Coleman

There was a old family farm house somewhere in Athens, Ala. Most of the children moved to Louisville, Ky. during the WW2 to Fort Knox's Army Base. I would love to locate it or know the Black History about it Please contact me with

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