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  • Aaron Collier, Sr. (1750 - 1842)
    A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA (Soldier). DAR Ancestor # A024417 Shadrack Collier and Aaron Collier were almost certainly brothers. This can be ascertained from their proximity in Mo...
  • Abraham Collier (c.1560 - c.1586)
    ABRAHAM COLLIER was born about 1560, of Southwark, Surrey, England, to Isaac Collier (1535-1586) and Sarah Lockey (1540-1586.) ===Family From married Mary Sarah Voss in about 1582, London, England.Abra...
  • Alexander Collier (c.1742 - c.1816)
    Birth: 1740, USA Death: 1816 Garrard County Kentucky, USA Alexander appears in many records in Virginia and Kentucky, but little is known of his personal life. He was born about 1740 in Virginia or pos...
  • Amelia Collier (1882 - 1968)
    Amelia Sprinkle Collier BIRTH 11 Dec 1882 DEATH 2 Jul 1968 (aged 85) BURIAL Odd Fellows Cemetery Bayou La Batre, Mobile County, Alabama, USA MEMORIAL ID 63237206 · View Source MEMORIAL PHOTOS 1 FLOWER...
  • Amey Collier (1757 - 1819)

About the Collier surname

The Collier Surname originate in France. It 's a French Surname. It means NECKLACE. In the United States, The Collier Surname is an occupational surname for a burner of charcoal or seller of coal.

The name comes from the Middle English "cole", (char)coale. The Collier Surname means COAL MINER. The modern surname range from Collier, Colliar and Colliard, to Collyer, Colyer, Collyear and Colleer.

The Coat of Arms is a red shield, on a silver chevron three red roses stalked and leaved green, between three silver wolves' heads erased. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Ranulf Colier, which was dated 1150.