Name: Thomas COLEMAN 1
Census: SC Fairfield Co. 1-1-6-0-0 1790
Event: Witnessed Will of Robert Coleman, Sr.
Fact 31 MAR 1795 Fairfield Co. SC
Birth: ABT 1742 in Halifax Co. NC
Death: AFT 20 SEP 1813 in Fairfield Co. SC 2
Event: A subscribing witness to a deed in the Halifax records from Barzilla Hewitt
Fact 14 JUN 1766
Event: Land in Halifax deeded from Robert Coleman, Sr.
Event: Thomas Coleman and his wife, Sarah, sold the 100 acres "whereon the said Thomas Coleman lives.
Fact 07 DEC 1779
Event: William Con conveyed to Thomas Coleman, of Fairfield County, 250 acres of land on the Beaver Creek.
Fact 29 NOV 1790
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Father: Robert R. COLEMAN b: ABT 1715 in Halifax Co. NC
Mother: Frances MATHIS b: ABT 1725 in Albemarle Parish, Surrey County, Virginia.
Sarah ? PRITCHETT b: ABT 1745 in Halifax Co. NC
- Charity COLEMAN b: 22 JAN 1772 in Fairfield Co., SC
- Charles P. Coleman b: 04 NOV 1762 in Halifax Co. NC
- Title: The Robert Coleman Family From Virginia to Texas 1652-1965
Text: ?On February 21, 1770, Book 11, Page 18, Robert Coleman conveyed to Thomas Coleman the same land, on the West side of Rocky Swamp, acquired of William Roberts I 176. We know from a deed made by Robert Coleman in Fairfield County, south Carolina, March 31, 1795, that Thomas was his son.? (The Robert Coleman Family in Virginia, 1652-1965, Chapt 4, p 55, J.P. Coleman, Internet) ?Thomas Coleman, son of Robert eh elder, was a subscribing witness to a deed in the Halifax records from Barzilla Hewett to Anderson Nunnelly, June 14, 1766. This proves that Thomas was born no later than 1745.? (The Robert Coleman Family in Virginia, 1652-1965, Chapt 4, p 56, J.P. Coleman, Internet) ?On December 7, 1779, Book 14, Page 325, Halifax Records, Thomas Coleman and his wife, Sarah, sold the 100 acres ?whereon the said Thomas Coleman now lives? being the same land that Robert had deeded him in 1770, to his brother-in-law Christopher Pritchett. The deed recites that the land had been acquired from Robert Coleman, Senior. . .This deed further indicates that Thoams, in 1779, was moving away. It was not until November 29, 1790, that William Con, by mark, conveyed to Thomas Coleman, of Fairfield County, 250 acres of land on the waters of Beaver Creek. Thereafter, on March 31, 1795, Thomas Coleman was a witness to the Will of Robert Coleman, the elder.? (The Robert Coleman Family in Virginia, 1652-1965, Chapt 4, p 57, J.P. Coleman, Internet) 1790 US Fed Census, Camden Dist., SC
- Author: Ederington, William, 1803-; Rosson, B. H., Mrs., comp
Title: History of Fairfield County, South Carolina
Publication: Name: Tuscaloosa, Ala., Willo Publishing Company;
Text: Thomas Coleman lived and died on the premises now occupied by D.R. Feaster, and was the owner of the first brick chimney north of Beaver Creek,