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Researching the COLEMAN family from Gloucestershire

Journal by AnneYoungAu

Henry Edward Coleman 1802-1884 was a medical practitioner. He lived at Mitcheldean.

There are a number of puzzles about his life. For example his estate was only administered in 1907, 23 years after his death!?!

Surnames: Coleman
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by AnneYoungAu Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2010-08-22 19:50:06

AnneYoungAu has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2010. is researching the following names: BRANDERS, BOLTZ, MANOCK and 14 other(s).

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by lojo41 on 2011-04-25 15:00:52

Hi Anne
I am researching Henry Edward Coleman's family for his GGG Grandaughter
if i can be of help please let me know

by dirt2design on 2011-04-29 19:42:20

Hello, This is Dana J. Bradshaw. I am the owner of a public tree on ancestry's, under "dirt2design". I have joined together with several other direct H.E. Coleman descendants in researching and exchanging information. Anne was a researcher that was retained to help us move the process along so that we could reach out and find living relatives to share and swap information with directly. We have collected photos and some personal information on his life. Are you also a hired researcher? I will give you my email and phone. I have the ability to call overseas for very little.

Email: dirt2design@gmail.com
Phone: 631-862-8738 Home....we should text "when"

Most Sincerely, Dana

by dirt2design on 2011-04-29 20:07:49

Dear Anne, I received your forward and thank you. I have been living in Hong Kong/China for some time now for business. I have returned to the states for a brief break and have found that many of my emails, yours and friends, family...etc. were censored and either were not received or sent.... both incoming and outgoing. This of course created madness and miss communication. Communism!! I forwarded this email to you so that you could have a look at it and know that I am still very grateful for all of your work and sincerely thankful.
When I heard from you last you were moving...I hope it went well.

Sincerely, Dana

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