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Jacob Coltrane and Minnie V. Tomlinson
Posted by: Susan Coltrane-Dunn Date: April 02, 2001 at 19:59:52
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I am looking for information on the following:

Jacob Lee Coltrane: born Aug. 1876,
married Minnie V. Tomlinson: born March 1,
1876.

In the 1900 Census for Morehead-Guilford Co.,
North Carolina, Jacob's mother was living
with them at the time, her name was
Susan, she was born April 1840. She had
5 children and 4 were living at the time
the census was taken. All were born in
North Carolina.

These are the children of Jacob and Minnie
Coltrane:

Arthur Harrison Coltrane: b.Jan. 27, 1901
Ester or Esther Coltrane: b. Aug. 16, 1902
Susan (Pauline) Coltrane: b. Sept. 27, 1904
(I also have this name for Pauline)
Pauline C. Hohn Coltrane, could this
be any relation to Minnie Hohn Robertson
who wrote "The Earth Abideth Forever"
A portrait of the Davis and Coltrane
families of Randolph County?
Mary Louise Coltrane: b. Sept 2, 1908
Jacob Lee Coltrane, Jr.: (my grandfather)
b. June 3, 1910

I am trying to find Minnie V. Tomlinson's
family line and can't find anything because
I have only her name. My grandfather said
that Minnie and Jacob both were full blooded
Cherokee indians, i have pics of them and
they definitely were full blooded indians.

My grandfather, Jacob Lee Coltrane, Jr.
was married to Ellen Mae or May Smith. Ellen
was born in Newnan, Georgia-Coweta County.
She was adopted right after she was born
by a man named Andrew Lee Smith, also born
in Newnan, Georgia. I am trying to figure
out how my grandfather met her with her
being from Georgia and him living in Guilford
County, NC.

If anyone can help me please let me know,
you can email me- susan_d@hotmail.com.
I will be forever grateful....

God Bless
Susan



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