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1833 Dec. 9
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1833 Dec. 9
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eng
Summary
Affidavits, 6 and 9 December 1833, of Robert Coleman (ca. 1766-1846) and his step-mother Elizabeth Coleman (d. 1837), both of Buckingham County, Virginia, concerning his military service during the American Revolution and therefore his eligibility for a pension. Coleman gave his affidavit before the justices of Buckingham County 9 December 1833. Elizabeth Coleman gave her affidavit to Richard Clarke, J.P. 6 December 1833. On 17 December 1833, the county court accepted the affidavits of the Colemans as truthful and supported his claim. Originals are located in the Veterans' Administration Records, National Archives, Washington D.C
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Robert Coleman was born about 1766 in Buckingham County, Virginia, to Samuel Coleman (d. 1803) and his first wife. Robert Coleman served as a substitute for his father during the Revolution, enlisting in 1780. After his term of service, he returned to Buckingham County and became a farmer. He married and had children. Coleman died 6 March 1846.
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Vi
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Affidavits
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  • The Library of Virginia
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2
Immediate source of acquisition
Christian, Sue B.
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000501205
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Photostats (positive).
Type of unit
leaves.

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