THIS MAY BE A CHILD'S GRAVE - NOT A MOTHER'S
In the 1930 U.S. Census, widow Flora Coleman, 55, born Maine, parents born Scotland, was living in Calais, Maine, with sons Daniel, 33; George H., 23; and Charles A., 22, all born in Maine, father born Germany, mother born Scotland (sic).
In the 1920 U.S. Census, widow Mary Coleman, 45, born Maine, parents born Canada, was living in Washington County, Maine, with George H., 13; and Charles A., 12, both born in Maine, father born in Germany.
In the 1910 U.S. Census, George Coleman, 41, born Germany, parents born Germany, was living in Ward 5 of Calais, Maine, with Flora, 35, born Maine, parents born Canada; William L., 15; Daniel, 13; Caroline, 11; George H., 4; and Charles A., 3, all born in Maine; William J. Chambers, 42, born Maine, father born Maine, mother born Penn.; and Mary E. Chambers, 29, born Maine, parents born Canada.
In the 1900 U.S. Census, day laborer George L. Coleman, 31, born July 1869 in Germany, parents born Germany, was living on Main Street in Calais, Maine, with Maud, 25, born May 1875 in Maine, parents born Canada; William L., 6, born June 1894 in Maine; Daniel, 3, born February 1897 in Maine; and Caroline, 1, born April 1899 in Maine; brother-in-law and day laborer James Mckenzie, 21, born February 1879 in Maine, parents born Canada; and James' wife Annie, 19, born February 1881 in Maine, parents born Maine. The Mckenzies had been married for two years.
The couple had been married for six years and he had come to the U.S. in 1890.
Their three children were still living.
Daniel Coleman (1897 - 1936)*
George H. Coleman (1906 - 1971)*
Charles A. Coleman (1907 - 1962)*
Created by: SusanE
Record added: Nov 12, 2012
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