Thomas Coleman (c.1679 - c.1748) MP

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Birthplace: Abingdon Parish, Gloucester, Virginia
Death: Died in King and Queen, Virginia
Managed by: Elizabeth Ann Quick
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About Thomas Coleman

 THOMAS COLEMAN of Essex Co. & King & Queen Co. VA
b.  ca. 1679 New Kent Co. VA
d.  Will proved 14 Mar 1748
m.  Mary Lort

Thomas was named sole executor and "beloved friend and brother-in-law" in John Chamberlain’s will dated 8 Dec 1724/5.

Thomas was of both Essex Co. & St. Stephen’s Parish, King & Queen Co. On the King & Queen Co. Rent Rolls of 1704, he was charged with 300 acres. On 19 Jun 1716, Thomas bought 542 acres in Essex Co. adjoining Gilliam’s Swamp from James Boughan of Essex Co. \(D & WB 14, p. 598, Essex Co. Records\) This land was patented by Boughan on 16 Dec 1714.

On 17 Apr 1722, Thomas bought 150 acres from John Tatum, son of Abel Tatum. He also bought 150 acres from Stephen Benbridge. On 5 Sep 1723 \(Pat. Bk. 11, p. 234) Thomas was granted 540 acres of land in the Parish of S. Farnham, Essex Co. By deed of 16 Oct 1760, Thomas’ son Robert and wife Sarah of Culpeper Co. and son Thomas and wife Milly of King & Queen Co. conveyed 540 acres in Essex Co. to Richard Hill. The deed says it is the land on which Thomas Coleman of Essex Co. lived. \(D & WB 13, p. 598, Essex Co. Records\)

The will of Thomas Coleman of King & Queen Co. was dated 10 Feb 1748 and proved 14 Mar 1748: Wife Mary to receive half of stock and negroes Pye and Phillis, half of corn and tobacco crop, household goods, two-wheeled chair and harness, and loan of negroes Ben and Sary. Son Richard Lort Coleman to receive King & Queen plantation and one-half livestock. Son Thomas Coleman. to receive tract of land purchased of James Boughan in Essex Co., 540 acres where Thomas "now lives". Daughter Ann Clayton to receive L10. Daughter Lucy Perkins L15 and four head of cattle, six hogs and loan of tract bought from John Tatum, and negroes George and Alice. At Lucy’s death, her daughters Elizabeth and Tabitha to receive their mother’s legacy. Daughter Dolly Hoskins to receive negroes Comomby and Betty. Daughter Grissell Smith to receive negro Jenny. Ex: Sons Richard L. Coleman and Thomas Coleman. Wit: G. Braxton, John Page, George Kauffman. (Tidewater VA Families, Vol. 2, No. 2, 1993)

Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mobjackbaycolemans/index.html

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Listed in in 1704/05 Rent Rolls with 250 acres. Most sources report his death as 1705, probably based on the rent rolls listing, though some sources do report his death as 1680. Death location also reported by a Geni participant as Halifax County, VA.

Thomas Coleman b abt 1652, Gloucester, VA; md Rebecca, reported by http://www.geneajourney.com/coleman.html

Thomas Coleman 1 (Robert ) was born before 1654 in Gloucester County, Virginia. He died after 1705, reported by http://colemangenealogy.ucan.us/colg02.htm

Thomas COLEMAN, was born in 1652 in Abbingdon Parish, Gloucester, Virginia, reported by http://esoteric.stormloader.com/fam/d38.htm#P1932

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Thomas Coleman, of Essex Co. & St. Stephen’s Parish's Timeline

1678
1678
Prince George, Prince George, VA, USA
1679
1679
Gloucester, Virginia
1679
Abington, Gloucester, Virginia, United States
1697
1697
Age 18
1703
1703
Age 24
Fairfax, Virginia
1705
1705
Age 26
Virginia, United States
1710
1710
Age 31
Fairfax, Essex, Virginia
1718
1718
Age 39
1720
1720
Age 41
Of Lancaster, Virginia
1722
1722
Age 43