|Birth: ||Oct. 18, 1815|
North Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Jul. 3, 1874|
She is bury somewhere in Pemiscot County Missouri when I find out I will add to her bio.
She was married to Mexico Cole on 21 January 1830
some information her and her husband
L.L. Sellers Jr. 8/2003 as you will see lower, this story was confirmed by another researcher.
as told to him by his grandmother Nancy Melinda (Cole) Patrick.
She said that her father (Mexico Cole) was riding a horse when a storm came up and a tree fell on him and killed him. When Juliette found out she told them to go right away and fetch bring him home. There were gold coins sewn in the hem of his coat, $10,000, he guessed that was how Grandma (Juliette (Chilcutt) Cole was able to live, on that money. Mexico carried such a large sum of money with him because he bought and sold cows and horses.
Mexico traded in livestock and occasionally took care of other peoples animals, may have even delivered some children on the way and may have been given the title of Doctor by the folks around.
Also Mexico had beautiful old english type hand writing may have learned that by a missionary thinks he was part indian, and also his wife Juliett Chilcutt...thinks she was part indian Cherokee and French per L.L. Sellers Jr. Need to check out Caruthersville Methodist church
Messages from other researchers found on line 1860 Census Pemiscot Co., Missouri, Cottowood Rt. Mexico Cole, age 50, farmer, R/E 20,000 P/E 1,000. Juliette Cole, age 45,b.NC.
Next door Martial Green, age 26, farmer, b. TN P/E 300 & Julia Ann Swanner, age 18, b. MO and Sarah Swanner, age 2 b. MO. 16 children born of this family, only 6 lived to adulthood. (Jane Comfort Wilks)
Dr. Mexico Cole was 1/4 Cherokee. He sought refuge under a tree during a
storm, lightning struck the tree and killed him. (Freddie White)relative
Larry L. Sellers Jr.:
Search Caruthersville for "Mexico Cole". Supposedly he is buried there and a church is over his grave (an old Methodist Church). He (Mexico) and his family were raised by the Methodist, Half/breed per Jr.,says they came from East Tennessee to Arkansas but that part of Arkansas became Missouri at some point in time (CHECK THIS OUT) . That is at Cotton Wood Point, Mo. Interesting conversation.
Mexico Cole (1811 - 1869)*
Franklin M. Cole (1848 - 1882)*
Stephen Henry Cole (1856 - 1935)*
Nancy Malinda Cole Patrick (1858 - 1940)*
Specifically: burial is unknown until I find out where
Maintained by: M. LLOYD
Originally Created by: Jiffy Pop
Record added: Apr 09, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 68129158
Added: Mar. 20, 2016
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