|Birth: ||May 17, 1828|
|Death: ||Nov. 25, 1903|
Son of Joseph KOLLER and Elizabeth EBY. The parents were also natives of Maryland and came from German-English extraction. They came to Jackson Twp. in 1833.
Noah had a brother, Christian A. Coler #24701977 and sisters Mrs. Jane C. Cotterman #24701986 and Susanna Collett.
He married Eliza Ann Gregg on Mar. 7, 1852 in Preble Co. OH. They had ten children, listed on her memorial. Four died as babies and one as a teen.
The Montgomery County History states that he was the owner of a 320 acre farm and specialized in Short Horn cattle and Poland China hogs.
Quote found in LETTERS FROM AN ATHEIST NATION, by Thomas Lawson, p. 88
I am an atheist because from a business standpoint, and by reasoning from cause to effect, I find no evidence or intellectual reasoning to convince me that I should think otherwise. Noah Coler, Dayton, Ohio
Noah wished for an inscription on his headstone to read: "Write of me as one who loves his fellow man."
(Dayton Ohio Daily News, 1904)
Eliza Ann Gregg Coler (1836 - 1918)*
Elijah J. Coler (1853 - 1934)*
Jehu Coler (1856 - 1950)*
Ezra E. Coler (1857 - 1940)*
Ira Coler (1859 - 1940)*
Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum
Plot: Sec. 113, Lot 127
Created by: Karen A.
Record added: Jul 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39037757