|Birth: ||May 2, 1794|
North Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Jul. 22, 1879|
OBITUARY OF LEVI COGGIN (Brownwood, Texas newspaper)
Mr. Levi Coggin, whose death from Inanition**, occurred at the residence of his sons, M.J, and Samuel R, Coggin, near Brownwood, Texas, on Tuesday July 22, I879, was born on the 2nd day of May 1794 in Montgomery County, N.C. and hence was eighty-five years, two months and twenty days old.
His father was named Simon and his Mother Mary. The subject of our sketch was married when rather young in the county of his birth, to Miss Frances Lambeth, and at twenty-two removed to Davidson County, N.C, where he lived until I836; removed thence to Tennessee and remained one year, then he removed to Marshall County, Miss,, and lived until 1860, then to Lafayette County, Miss, where he remained until 1874, when moved to Texas and took up his residence with his sons aforesaid, and remained with them and Mrs. Taber, his widowed daughter, until his death. His wife died in Mississippi in I87I.
His children were;
Calvin L, and Joel, both deceased, Salina, who married John McAuley and is now dead; M.J., May Ann, wife of Robert L. Phillips, Sarah J. wife of Jesse Couch, Samuel R., Simon L., Frances C, who married Thomas Booker and is now dead, and Bettie L., widow of Wm. F. Taber.
** Inanition definition - exhaustion from lack of nourishment; starvation.
This was provided by FAG Member Clay Riley # 46855958
Simon Riley Coggin (1762 - 1813)
Mary Hearne Coggin (1767 - 1842)
Frances Lambeth Coggin (1795 - 1869)*
Moses Jackson Coggin (1824 - 1902)*
Mary Ann Coggin Phillips (1826 - 1887)*
Joel Coggin (1828 - 1828)*
Samuel Richardson Coggin (1831 - 1910)*
Simon Lambeth Coggin (1833 - 1912)*
Elizabeth Louisa Coggin Taber (1838 - 1925)*
Eli Curtis Coggin (1788 - 1867)**
Levi Coggin (1794 - 1879)
John Coggin (1802 - ____)*
Bilberry Coggin (1804 - ____)*
Maintained by: Mary(Coggin)Russell
Originally Created by: Terry Teague
Record added: Feb 26, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24897864