|Birth: ||Sep. 8, 1787|
South Carolina, USA
Elizabeth Roe Coleman was the daughter of Robert R. Coleman, Jr. and Elizabeth Roe. She was married about 1808 to George Goates in Camden District, Fairfield, South Carolina. They had 11 children. They were:
Ann Goats Morris, Delila Goats ( unmarried ), John Leonard Goates, William Allen Goats, Sr., Phillip Goats, Mary "Polly" Goats Tucker, David Coleman Goats, Sr., Susan Elizabeth Goates Adair, Elizabeth Jane Goates Yarborough, James Blueford "Bluff" Goats, and Minerva Catherine Goates Beavers.
Elizabeth Roe Coleman Goates is buried in this cemetery in an unmarked grave. The George Goates farm located on Dry Weakley Creek Road near Campbellsville, Giles, Tennessee was 220 acres. According to the conditions of the Probate, George Goates died intestate ( meaning dying without a legal will ) and the farm was to be sold as one piece. It was sold at auction in 1857 to William "Col" Counce. The Probate also verifies she died before George Goates.
She was my great great great Grandmother.
Robert Coleman (1745 - 1825)
Elizabeth Roe Coleman (1749 - 1825)
George Goates (1770 - 1856)
John Leonard Goates (1810 - 1881)*
David Coleman Goats (1820 - 1848)*
Elizabeth Jane Goates Yarbrough (1824 - 1900)*
James Blueford "Bluff" Goats (1826 - 1902)*
Created by: Wayne Goates
Record added: Oct 01, 2008
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