Born in Coe Valley, Gonzales County, Texas, USA.
Father: Philip Alexander Haddox Coe b: 10 JAN 1800 in Edgefield County, SC USA
Mother: Elizabeth Ann Parker b: 12 APR 1812 in St Tammany Parish, LA USA
Obit-Gonzales Inquirer Nov. 14, 1935
Gonzales Pioneer G. H. Coe Dies, Funeral Friday
G. H. Coe, lifelong resident of Gonzales county, died Wednesday night at 10:30, and funeral services will be held from the family home at Ottine, Friday afternoon at 2:30. Interment will be in the Greenwood cemetery.
Mr. Coe was one of the county's well known old pioneer residents having been born on the old Coe homestead in Gonzales county. Surviving him are his wife, one daughter, Mrs. Jim Lewis of Camp Beliton, and three sons, Claude Coe of Alden, Herf Coe of Liberty, and Phil Coe of Dallas, besides thresher-sons, A. S. Denman of Beaumont, W. S. Denman of near Ottin. One sister, Mrs. Eliza Kuykendal of Wrightsboro.
Mr. Coe was 83 years, 8 months, and 9 days of age at the time of his death. He was born at the old family home in Coe Valley, which dates back to the time of Dewitt's colony. He became one of the county's prominent and substantial stock men and farmers, beginning his career as a stockman early in his life, going "up the trail" a number of times.
He was a companion of the late Commissioner Jim Towns and went up the trail driving cattle to market. On one trip up the trail Mr. Coe had as his companions, Jim Bailey Wells, Melvin T. Davis, Tom White and other Gonzales county boys.
The Services at the family residence will be conducted by Rev. J. J. Wester pastor of the First Presbyterian church and Rev. Hal C. Win go pastor of the First Baptist church.
Active pallbearers will be; Staton Gillette, Martin Nelson, K. R. Towns, Jim Lewis, Virgel Mitchell and Arthur Mitchell.
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