|Birth: ||Mar. 4, 1778|
North Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Apr. 25, 1857|
Son of John Cole (1728-1802) and Jane Bounds (1738-).
As a young man, he was in the mercantile business with his brother, John, for a few years. Then he moved to that part of GA which became Jones county--probably in about 1806. Although he was still in Jones county in 1840, he moved soon after to Kemper county, MS. Soldier in the Creek War and a major in the state militia of GA.
Children: James Monroe Cole (1814-1872); John N.B. Cole (1817-1880); Jane Bounds Cole (1820- ); Nancy Wadsworth Cole (1822-1898); Martha Wadsworth Cole (1824-1902); Lydia Wadsworth Cole (1825-1907); William Cole (1827-1827); William Troup Cole (1828-1897); Samuel T. Cole 1831-1921); Jessie Cole (1833-1911).
John Cole (1728 - 1802)
Jane Bounds Cole (1738 - ____)
Martha Celia Wadsworth Cole (1792 - 1877)
James Monroe Cole (1814 - 1872)*
John Nathaniel Bonaparte Cole (1817 - 1880)*
Nancy Wadsworth Sneed Cole Lacy (1823 - 1898)*
Martha Wadsworth Morton (1824 - 1902)*
Lydia Wadsworth Cole Barnes (1825 - 1907)*
William Troup Cole (1828 - 1897)*
Samuel T. Cole (1831 - 1921)*
Mark Cole (1769 - ____)*
Peter Hunter Cole (1774 - 1848)*
Reuben Cole (1778 - 1857)
Note: cemetery in pasture on old Jennings Plantation. This may also be the Cole Cemetery on Kemper County Website
Jennings Plantation Cemetery
Created by: George Lowe
Record added: May 19, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52589550