Christopher Coleman
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Christopher Coleman (1735 - 1781)

Christopher Coleman
Born in Amelia, Virginiamap
Ancestors ancestors
Son of and [mother unknown]
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Charleston, South Carolina, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 9 Mar 2015
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Christopher Coleman was a Tory. He had a tavern called Christy's Tavern which was made famous in the Book Horseshoe Robinson according to the 1965 book written by James Plemon Coleman who was Gov of the State of Mississippi. He traveled extensively and researched the Coleman Family during his lifetime. He states in his book that Christopher Coleman would spy for the English and that at the end of the war he died in exile having lost everything. He must have believed that the colonists would lose and thus risked all that he had.


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Coleman-8508 and Coleman-4862 appear to represent the same person because: appear to be a duplicate, please merge, thanks!
posted by Mark Phillips

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