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John Cole (1752 - abt. 1844)

John Cole
Born in King George, Virginiamap
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Died about in Barren, Kentucky, United Statesmap
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Birth • 0 Sources • Edit Edit Birth 17 December 1752 King George, Colony of Virginia, British Colonial America 1758 Age 5

Historical Event Mount Vernon 1758 Mount Vernon Plantation was the home of George Washington. It started off as 2,000 acres and was later expanded to 8,000 acres. The house itself started off as a six room building … More 1770 Age 17

Historical Event

1770 Boston Massacre. British troops fire into a mob, killing five men and leading to intense public protests. 1770 Age 17

Birth of Child • Edit Relationship KEY: Edit Relationship (en) 16 November 1770

South Carolina, United States

James Claybourne Cole Sr 1770–1847 • LVZD-BM5 ​​ 1771 Age 18

Marriage 1771 Colony of Kentucky, British Colonial America

Anna Nancy Hynes 1756–1836 • LBNT-YG6 ​​ 1776 Age 23

Historical Event Battle of Sullivan's Island 1776 On June 28, 1776, the Battle of Sullivan's Island takes place on Sullivan's Island, South Carolina. Since it is so close to Charelston, the battle is sometimes referred to as the … More 1782 Age 29

Birth of Child • Edit Relationship KEY: Edit Relationship (en) 1782 Ky

William H. Cole 1782–Deceased • MRC7-2TL ​​ 1786 Age 33

Birth of Child • Edit Relationship KEY: Edit Relationship (en) 20 April 1786 Woodford, Kentucky, United States

Andrew Hynes Cole 1786–1874 • LVJR-YZL ​​ 1788 Age 35

Historical Event The First Presidential Election 1788 The First Presidential election was held in the newly created United States of America. Under the Articles of Confederation, the executive branch of the country was not set up for … Birth of Child • Edit Relationship KEY: Edit Relationship (en) 1789

Berkeley, Virginia, United States

John Cole 1789–1860 • MRC7-LFQ ​​ 1792 Age 39

Historical Event Head Tax Law 1792 In 1792, South Carolina passes a law called the "head tax" for all free African Americans from age 16-50. This tax was $2.00. 1793 Age 40

Birth of Child • Edit Relationship KEY: Edit Relationship (en) 2 September 1793

Barren, Kentucky, United States

Ann Hines Cole 1793–1883 • LVD7-JFD ​​ 1795 Age 42

Death of Parent 11 February 1795

Midway, Woodford, Kentucky, United States

Ann Hubbard 1730–1795 • L43W-1RC ​​ 1803 Age 50

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1803 France sells Louisiana territories to U.S.A. 1804 Age 51

Birth of Child • Edit Relationship KEY: Edit Relationship (en) 1804 Of,,,Ky

Lettice Cole 1804–Deceased • MRC7-LJN ​​ 1814 Age 61

Death of Parent 21 November 1814

Midway, Woodford, Kentucky, United States

Richard James Cole Sr 1729–1814 • L551-388 ​​ 1822 Age 69

Historical Event Slave Rebellion 1822 On June 16, 1822, Denmark Vesey a free and self-educated African American leads a slave rebellion called "the rising." The interesting thing about this rebellion is that … More 1830 Age 77

Residence • Edit Edit Residence 1830

Barren, Kentucky, United States 1836 Age 83

Historical Event Remember the Alamo 1836 Being a monumental event in the Texas Revolution, The Battle of the Alamo was a thirteen-day battle at the Alamo Mission near San Antonio. In the early morning of the final … More 1836 Age 84

Death of Spouse 1836 Coles Bend, Barren, Kentucky, United States

Anna Nancy Hynes 1756–1836 • LBNT-YG6 ​​ 1840 Age 87

Residence • Edit Edit Residence 1840

Barren, Kentucky, United States 1844 Age 92

Death • 0 Sources • Edit Edit Death 1844 Coles Bend, Barren, Kentucky, United States

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United States Census, 1840 Name: John Cole • Edit Event Type: Census Event Date: 1840 Event Place: Barren, Kentucky, United States Page: 184 John Cole United States Census, 1830 Name: John Cole • Edit Event Type: Census Event Date: 1830 Event Place: Barren, Kentucky, United States Page: 128



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Is this the connection with Richard James Cole Sr? I'm trying to find out if his son was James Claybourne Cole and if he is the father of William James Cole 1814 -1869.

My line is my mother Laurel Cole Mull, Julian Otis Cole 1902 - 1989, Oliver Cromwell Cole 1879 - 1899, William Abner Cole 1856 - 1942, Joseph Cole 1840 - 1906, William James 1914-1869. This I know for sure, but after that I'm not. Thanks for your help!

posted by Susan Mull

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