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Jeremiah "Jerry" Thaddeus Coleman
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Birth: May 12, 1833
Burke County
Georgia, USA
Death: Aug. 10, 1909
Emanuel County
Georgia, USA

Jeremiah Thaddeus Coleman
Co B, 2nd Battn, GA State Cavalry
Co F, 5th GA Cavalry
Confederate States Army

Family Information: 1850 Federal Census, Emanuel County (District 28 ), Georgia, Household #171/171 (Parent's Household).--------Jeremiah "Jerry" Thaddeus COLEMAN.

Jerry enlisted in Company B, 2nd Battalion, Georgia Cavalry on 18 September 1862 at Camp Rose, Georgia. He transferred to Company F, 5th Georgia Cavalry on 20 January 1863. He is listed as in a Savannah, Georgia hospital in July 1863. No later record.

JERRY COLEMAN, son of Rev. Elisha COLEMAN and Mary Lucretia Scott NASWORTHY, was born 12 May 1833 in Emanuel County, Georgia. Seventeen year old Jeremiah is found listed in his father's household in the 1850 Emanuel County Census. He married ZILPHIA DURDEN ROUNTREE December 24, 1861 in Emanuel County, Georgia, daughter of JOHN ROUNTREE and NANCY KENT. She was born January 16, 1839 in Emanuel County, Georgia, and died June 30, 1915 in Emanuel County, Georgia. [FAM REC COLEMANAC - MARRIAGE BOOK B page 42/45 - 1850 Emanuel DIVISION: Twenty Eighth REEL NO: M432-68 PAGE NO: 455 B VISIT 177]

Jeremiah "Jerry" was a farmer before and after the Civil War, in addition to owning a store with Pete Rountree [of Emanuel County]. To answer the Confederate call to arms, Jerry enlisted in Company B, 2nd Battalion, GA Cavalry on September 18, 1862 at Camp Rose, Georgia. When he returned to Emanuel Co. after the Civil War, he, as did most of his friends, started from scratch. The store had been lost, he and Pete owed a bundle to Charleston, South Carolina merchants, his horse died, and he owed $700, a sizeable sum at that time. He and Pete Rountree worked out a settlement with the merchants for their debts. Jerry bought a pony from John Overstreet, made ten bales of cotton, and used the proceeds to pay on a farm. The home place was later called, "The Sycamores". (From: The COLEMANAC 17501976, page 179, by Arthur Clinton Coleman).

Jeremiah donated the land for the Coleman Cemetery, located just down the road from the original location of "The Sycamores" on what is now GA State Hwy. 192 in Summit (Twin City).

Children of JEREMIAH COLEMAN and ZILPHIA ROUNTREE are: EDWARD THADDEUS COLEMAN, M.D., b. January 20, 1863, Emanuel County, Georgia; CLARA VIRGINIA COLEMAN, b. February 16, 1865, Emanuel County; ROBERT BRUCE COLEMAN, b. October 01, 1867, Emanuel County, Georgia; WILLIAM WALLACE COLEMAN, b. October 13, 1869, Emanuel County, Georgia; GEORGE HORACE COLEMAN, b. January 24, 1872, Emanuel County, Georgia; ROGER LEWIS COLEMAN, b. July 01, 1873, Emanuel County, Georgia; FREDRICK ARTHUR COLEMAN, b. October 23, 1874, Emanuel County, Georgia; DORA BELLE COLEMAN, b. April 01, 1878, Emanuel County, Georgia; WALTER PIERCE COLEMAN, b. August 19, 1877, Emanuel County, Georgia; CARILEE COLEMAN, b. July 31, 1880; ADA MAE COLEMAN, b. April 01, 1882. [The COLEMANAC 17501976, page 179, by Arthur Clinton Coleman].
Family links: 
  Elisha Coleman (1789 - 1860)
  Mary Lucretia Scott Coleman (1797 - 1878)
  Zilpha Durden Rountree Coleman (1839 - 1915)
  Gracy Jane (nee Johns) Faircloth Faircloth (1843 - 1898)*
  Robert Bruce Coleman (1867 - 1933)*
  Eliza Coleman Pritchard (1823 - 1894)**
  Welcome Lafayette Coleman (1828 - 1890)**
  Alfred Coleman (1830 - 1881)*
  Jeremiah "Jerry" Thaddeus Coleman (1833 - 1909)
*Calculated relationship
Coleman Cemetery
Twin City
Emanuel County
Georgia, USA
Maintained by: Mike & Nancy Ridgdill
Originally Created by: Wilton Golson
Record added: Nov 06, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43985573
Jeremiah Jerry Thaddeus Coleman
Added by: Mike & Nancy Ridgdill
Jeremiah Jerry Thaddeus Coleman
Added by: Mike & Nancy Ridgdill
Jeremiah Jerry Thaddeus Coleman
Added by: Mike & Nancy Ridgdill
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Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Apr. 29, 2014

- Olivia Williamson Braddy
 Added: Jan. 24, 2014
My gr-gr-gr-granduncle. Deo Vendice.
- Mike & Nancy Ridgdill
 Added: Sep. 16, 2012

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