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Obit for Sara P. Coffman (Coffin) 1922
Posted by: anna geis (ID *****9757) Date: November 29, 2010 at 10:59:15
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I am not related to this family….

Longmont Ledger (Longmont, Boulder County)
Feb 17, 1922 Page 8


Sara P. Coffin was born on September 14, 1840, in Churchville, Ontario. Moved to Blackberry, Ill., 1850. Attended high school in St. Charles, Ill., and Clark Seminary in Aurora, Ill. Married Daniel S. Coffman November 28, 1860, at St. Charles, Ill.
She spent on year and ahalf at Mt. Morris where our daughter, Lotta was born. In the spring of 1884we, with the entire Coffman family, moved to Colorado. The long trip was made with teams and wagons for there were no railroads built a cross the plains as yet. We found Denver an ill kept struggling village.
The trip was made in 34 days. We arrived in Nevada, Colo., July 4, 1864, where their son, Elbert, was born, after spending some time in the mountains the bought a farm in the valley where Longmont is now located. There our children Schuyler, Lura and Byron were born.
After many years they moved to Denver, Colo, from there they journeyed to Glendale where the men were engaged in mining.
Their three children all married and went to homes of their own.
In 1910 they went to Long Beach, Calif., to make their home with their son, Elbert. On February 8, 1926, her husband, Daniel S., passed away.
She then made her home with her daughter, Lura, in Los Angeles, where she passed away February 3, 1922.

Note: There are other articles about the Craig family in the Longmont Ledger. I hope to print off more next time I get to Longmont (I was going to try to print them by year, but if you see an article you would like me to copy for you, just let me know at my home email: (Anna)

Here is the link to the Longmont Ledger if you would like to view what articles are in this paper.

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