Education, Newspaper Articles, North Carolina, Paternal Kin

School districts. (Colored.)

 

Gboro Messenger 11 19 1885 school commr

Goldsboro Messenger, 19 November 1885.

Phillip R. Coley, son of Winnie Coley, was the half-brother of Napoleon Hagans‘ son William M. Coley and Adam T. Artis‘ children Cain Artis and Caroline Coley Artis. Richard Artis was Adam T. Artis’ brother, and Simon Exum was his brother-in-law, husband of Delilah Williams Exum. Peter Coley may have been Phillip Coley’s father.

 

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3 thoughts on “School districts. (Colored.)

  1. Patricia Smith says:

    Today, I came across Phillip R. Coley’s death certificate.
    It gives his birth year as 1861. He was 59 years old at hist time of death. He reportedly died from Cancer of the Stomach. He died on Dec 15, 1920.
    Parents are Peter Coley and Winnie Coley.
    His wife was Annie Coley.

  2. Patricia Smith says:

    Today, I came across Phillip R. Coley’s death certificate.
    It gives his birth year as 1861. He was 59 years old at his time of death. He reportedly died from Cancer of the Stomach. He died on Dec 15, 1920.
    Parents were Peter Coley and Winnie Coley.
    His wife was Annie Coley.

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