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John Kohler Cole
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Birth: 1836, France
Death: 1912
Reno County
Kansas, USA

John Kohler/Cole, aka "Uncle Johnie" is my G-G-Grandfather.
The Cole (Kohler/Koehler) family immigrated from Alsace/Lorraine, France about 1848. Settling in Bracken County, Kentucky.
In 1856, John married Sarah Amanda Latham, in Kentucky. 12 children were born to them: Will, Howard, Tilly, Sam, Addie, Minnie, Seely (my G-Grandfather), Gertie, Eva, Hallie, Clara - died young, and Nellie - died young.
After Sarah's death in 1904, John remarried, Mrs. Louise Simmons.
About 1870, the family moved from Bracken County, KY to Dickinson County, Kansas (John was on the 1870 Kansas Census with 2 other men from Kentucky, I never did find Sarah and the children).
By 1880, the family was in Rice County, Kansas, and by the mid 1890's, the family was in Reno County, Kansas.
There is a discrepancy in the date of John's death, between Aug 12/18. The Newspaper says one, and his tombstone says the other. 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Sarah A. Latham Cole (1841 - 1904)*
 
 Children:
  Will Cole (1857 - 1904)*
  O. H. Cole (1860 - 1922)*
  Tillie Cole Marks (1862 - 1938)*
  Sam Cole (1865 - 1918)*
  Addie Cole Beebe-Martin (1868 - 1943)*
  Sarah Cole Lash (1870 - 1896)*
  J. Seely Cole (1873 - 1940)*
  Gertie Cole Hinshaw (1875 - 1950)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Sylvia Cemetery
Sylvia
Reno County
Kansas, USA
 
Created by: Renee Cole
Record added: Dec 06, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16926801
John Kohler Cole
Added by: Steve Rippie
 
John Kohler Cole
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Added by: Phillip H. Pitzer
 
 
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