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Re: David C. Coltrane
Posted by: Jane Block (ID *****0048) Date: January 19, 2004 at 05:50:51
In Reply to: David C. Coltrane by bettie coltrane of 149

Dear Bettie,

HANNAH COLTRANE was the first wife of ISAAC FREELAND Jr. They would be my great, great, great grand parents.

One of their sons was named WILLIAM FREELAND.

WILLIAM FREELAND m SARA KEY. They had one son, JOHN FREELAND before SARA died. (WILLIAM FREELAND then married again to a MARTHA GAMBLIN & had many other children.)

JOHN FREELAND m MARANDA HALL. They had a daughter, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE FREELAND). She was my grandmother.

Two very special cousin's have helped me uncover most of this line, but I'm still looking for any further information on Hannah and her family that could lead me to other's in the FREELAND line as well. (I have a copy of Hannah's brother David's marriage certificate to a WINEFORD BARKER that I found when searching in Dahlonega, Hall Co., GA.)

Picture? A genealogist's dream! I'd share anything I have for that, but the Coltrane family seems to have had the best researchers, past & present. I don't know if I could add anything new as I'm always bringing up the rear on both of these families.

Thank you so much for all your postings!

Jane in Michigan

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