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151 Daniel COLE (son of Job COLE and Rebecca COLLIER) was born 1624 in London, Middlesex, England, UK167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, and died December 21, 1694 in Eastham, Barnstable, MA173, 174, 175, 176. He married Ruth CHANDLER on 1643 in Swansea, Bristol, MA177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, daughter of Edmund CHANDLER and Unknown [CHANDLER].

Notes for Daniel COLE:
from MEMOIRS OF WORCESTER COUNTY:

"John, Job and Daniel Cole came to New England in the employ of William Collier, a London merchant, in 1633. John Cole died in Plymouth, in 1637, and in his will mentioned Master Collier's men in describing his brothers to whom he made bequests. Daniel Cole, the youngest of the trio, was a tailor by trade and first appears on the records April 6, 1640, when he owned fifty acres of upland granted then. He was reported as able to bear arms at Yarmouth in 1643, and was made a freeman June, 1645, at Yarmouth. He was one of the jury that tried Alice Bishop for infanticide in 1648. He sold land at Marshfield June 8, 1649. He removed to Eastham in 1652. In 1661 he was allowed to sell "good wine and strong water," a privilege allowed only to men of good character. He was a deputyto the general court in 1654-57-61-67-89. He was constable in 1664 and selectman in 1668-70-71-72-81."
with John Freeman, he was sent to the Old Colony Court as a deputy
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from SAVAGE:

"Daniel Cole, Yarmouth, removed to Eastham 1643 ...by wife Ruth had children (named) and there he d. Dec 21, 1694, aged 80 and his wife Ruth d. six days before, aged only 67."

More About Daniel COLE:
Record Change: April 25, 2004

More About Daniel COLE and Ruth CHANDLER:
Marriage: 1643, Swansea, Bristol, MA.183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188

Marriage Notes for Daniel COLE and Ruth CHANDLER:
from TORREY:

COLE, Daniel (1614-1694, ae 80) & Ruth [COLLIER]? (1627-1694, ae 67); by 1644; Eastham {MD 5:23, 6:204, 23:67; Reg. 4:35, 47:187, 102:50; Newell Anc. 98-99; Linnell-Snow 49; Cape Cod Lib. 32:6; Barnstable Co. Prob. 1:221, 2:322}

Children of Daniel COLE and Ruth CHANDLER are:
+Israel COLE, b. 1653, Eastham, Massachusetts, d. July 23, 1724, Eastham, Massachusetts.
 
Daniel COLE
 
152 II Daniel Cole (b. 1614, d. 21 Dec 1694)
Daniel Cole (son of Daniel Cole and Frances Cole)13 was born 1614 in Surrey, Southwark, England, England13, and died 21 Dec 1694 in Eastham, BC, Mass.13. He married Ruth Chester on 1643 in Eastham, CCC, Mass.13.

Notes for Daniel Cole:
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!BIRTH-MAR-DEATH: Hills, Leon Clark History and Genealogy of the May flower
Planters and First Comers to Ye Olde Colonie. Clearfield Co., 1936 , 1941, 1975,
1977, 1981. Vol. 2, Pg. 59.

The origin of the surname Cole may be a contraction of "Agricola ," a
tiller of the slil, as Cola occous in the Domesday Survey. Like man y early
settlers of New England, the cole family had a strong "dissenting" ba ckground.
For instance, Thomas Cole, a divine who died in 1671, and his brothe r William,
who had to leave England when Mary came to the throne in 1553. He wa s one of a
large group- of scholars, like John Rogers, Edwin Sandys and others t o seek
refuge in Germany and Switzerland. Cloe, however, was more fortunat e than
Rogers, and remained in Zurich until Elizabeth ascended the throne, w hen most
of the exiled divines returned to England.
Three brothers, Job, John and Daniel Cole, came to Plymouth wit h William
Collier, a merchant of London in 1633. Probably James Cole of Plymou th was
also a brother.
In 1634 Job married Rebecca Collier, daughter of William Collier , and
removed to Duxbury, but in 1643 he settled in Eastham, where he was c hosen a
deputy several times for the town.
CHILDREN OF JOB COLE AND REBECCA COLLIER
a. John, m. Elizabeth Keiler Nov. 21, 1667.
b. Job, m.
c. Daniel, m.
d. Rebecca, m.
I. Cole, Daniel, the younger brother married Ruth Chester and remo ved to
Yarmouth, but joined Job at Eastham in 1650. He was deputy ten time s and held
other positions.
CHILDREN OF DANIEL COLE AND RUTH CHESTER
a. John, b. July 15, 1644; m. Ruth Snow
b. Timothy, b. Sept. 4, 1646.
c. Hepsebah, b. Apr. 16, 1649; m. 1st Daniel Doane; m. 2nd Georg e Crisp.
d. Ruth, b. Apr. 15, 1651; m. John Young
e. Israel, b. Jan. 8, 1653; m. Mary (Paine) Rogers.
f. James, b. Nov. 3, 1655; m.
g. Mary, b. Mar. 10, 1658; m. Joshua Hopkins.
h. William, b. Sept. 15, 1663 (?); m. Hannah Snow.

!BIRTH-MAR-DEATH: James R. Gobin.
Daniel Cole--b. ca. 1614; m. Ruth Chester; d. 21 Dec 1694.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Letter from Mary McClune dated March 11, 1995.

Mary McClune's information states: Daniel Cole was born in 1614 , in
Surrey, England, the son of Daniel Cole and Frances Cole. He marrie d Ruth
Chester in 1643, in Eastham, CCC, Mass. He died 21 Dec 1694, in Eastham, BC,
Mass.

!Letter from Pat Seabright dated March 1997.

Speaking of Daniel Cole, b. Dec 1613/14, St Olave Parish, Southwark,
Surrey, ENG, occ: tailor, m. 16 Dec 1643, in Eastham, Barnstable Co. , MA, Ruth
Collier, b. 1627, Southwark, Surrey, ENG, (daughter of William Collier and Jane
Clark) d. 15 Dec 1694, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA. Daniel died 21 D ec 1694,
Eashtam, Barnstable Co., MA. Was a member of the Tarmouth County Tra in Band in
1643. Might have had Thomas and Esther. Job, John and Daniel came to MA 1633
on the "Mary and James". He lived in Yarmouth 1643, Eastham 1652-74 . He was
very active in town politics and held several offices over many years . He also
owned land in Duxbury and Marshfield. Did he died 2 Jan 1638 in Plymouth? Did
he have another wife- Ruth Chester, born 1629? If so, her parents were
Leonard Chester (in Watertown MA 1633 and Wethersfield, CT 1636) and Mary
Sharpe (widow of Mr Wade). Ruth: Were the Chesters on the Mayflower ? There
was a Mary Chester of Wethersfield who married Hon Richard Tussell 1653. Could
this be a sister? Or was her name Collier as a Collier married Daniel's
brother? She might have come to America with sisters Rebecca, Sarah , Mary and
Elizabeth, or she might have come later. Did she die 1674? Was her real name
Chester? There is no record of Ruth Collier in St Olave.



More About Daniel Cole and Ruth Chester:
Marriage: 1643, Eastham, CCC, Mass..13

Children of Daniel Cole and Ruth Chester are:
+Israel Cole, b. 08 Jun 1653, Eastham, Massachusetts13, d. 23 Jul 1724, Barnstable, MA13.
+James Cole, b. 03 Nov 1655, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA13, d. 04 Feb 1718, Harwich, Barnstable Co., MA13.
 
Daniel COLE
 
153 PDF document page 32 discusses influenza epidemic in 1694 which may have been the cause of death. http://www.americanantiquarian.org/proceedings/44807204.pdf
 
Daniel COLE
 
154

Birth
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Marriage to Candace Rebecca ADAMS
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Residence
1880Age: 24Richland, Decatur, Iowa, United States



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Residence
1900Age: 44Richland, Decatur, Iowa, USA Age: 44; Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Head



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Residence
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Residence
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Residence
1930Age: 74Richland, Decatur, Iowa Age: 74; Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Head



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Death
19377 JulAge: 81



 
Doc COLE
 
155 Susie Dean (Boles) was a foster child. Doc COLE
 
156 VOL. & PAGE # : v1p502 DATE ISSUED: April 26, 1878 (Friday)
MARRIAGE LICENSE # : 502 DATE MARRIED: April 27, 1878 (Saturday)
1. Full name of GROOM Doc COLE
2. Age of GROOM 22
3. Residence of GROOM Not Given
4. Full name of BRIDE Kansas ADAMS
5. Age of BRIDE 18
6. Residence of BRIDE Not Given
7. Location of Marriage given in Certificate of Marriage Westerville
8. By whom Affidavit was made, if any H.H. GILREATH
9. Residence of person, by whom Affidavit was made Decatur County, Iowa
10. Age of person, by whom Affidavit was made 46
11. Name of person making Application for Marriage Mr. Doc COLE
12. By whom married, name and office J.P. LAMB, Justice of the Peace, Signed April 27, 1878 (Saturday)
13. By what authority License was issued ?the above affidavit of Mr. H.H. GILREATH.?
14. Name of Clerk A.E. CHASE
VOL. & PAGE # : v1p503 DATE ISSUED 
Doc COLE
 
157 Donald Eugene Cole, son of James Alvis Cole and Minnie Armina Foland was born Friday, December 29, 1922 in Grand River, Iowa and passed from this life from cancer, Thursday, September 27, 2007 at Iowa Methodist Medical Center in Des Moines at 84 years of age.


Donald received his education in the Clarke Schools and graduated from Osceola High School in 1941. He was united in marriage to Virginia Rose McCloney on September 11, 1943 in Osceola, Iowa and three children Dennis, Donna and Dan blessed this union.


Soon after their marriage, Donald began to farm with his father and later he and Virginia farmed the land themselves. In 1973, Don and Virginia purchased two laundries in Osceola and then moved from the farm to their home in Osceola. He was a member of the Farmer's Co-Op, serving on the board for many years, a former 4-H leader and also a member of the First Christian Church in Osceola.


Don also owned a dune buggy that he acquired from Dan that he enjoyed tinkering with over the years. It was actually well known in the community and signified that spring was here when Don would take it out for the first time each year. It was a source of fun for the grandchildren and great-grandchildren, calling it "Grandpa Don's Fun Buggy". Later, when Don, because of health, had to give up golfing he kept the golf cart and the great grandchildren took many rides in it. Don and Virginia even rode in the golf cart from their home to the little league diamonds to watch the great grandkids play ball recently.

Don and Virginia enjoyed many trip and bus tours over the years, traveling to many places. They also enjoyed dancing and in later years have enjoyed playing cards with friends. He also enjoyed his daily trips to the coffee shop to visit with his friends.

Those relatives who preceded Donald in death were his parents; sister, Ardetta George, brothers, Mendall "Ty" Cole, Elmer "Ben" Cole, Sylvian Cole, and Kenneth Cole; grandson, Douglas Cole and son-in-law, Gale Kindred.


He leaves to cherish his memory wife, Virginia Cole of Osceola; son, Dennis and wife Verla Cole of Osceola, IA; daughter, Donna Kindred of Osceola, Ia; son, Dan and wife Debbie Cole of Urbandale, Iowa; grandchildren: Deanna Cole, Cody Cole and wife Melissa of Bevier, MO; Holli Fugate of Urbandale, IA; Greg Kindred and wife Tina of Osceola, IA; Lori White and husband Don of Sibley, IA; Jennifer Parrott and husband Brent of Osceola IA; Shelley Patton and husband Ron of Urbandale, IA; Jamie Cole and wife Jennifer of West Des Moines, IA; great-grandchildren, Dustin and David Cole; Carrie, Amanda, Audrey and Casey Kindred; Taylor, Kaylee and Alexis White; Madison and Alex Kim; Madison Jo and Anna Parrott; Kaelynn and Darius Fugate; Brooklyn and James Harper; Molly and Erich Patton ; sister, Burdena Munger of Marshalltown, Iowa and sister-in-law, Doris Porterfield of Osceola as well as many nieces, nephews other relatives and a host of friends

.

SOURCE: genealogical clippings and notes of Norma G. (FOLAND) BECKER 
Donald Eugene COLE
 
158 I Eleazer Cole (b. 25 Nov 1693)
Eleazer Cole (son of James Cole and Hannah Childs) was born 25 Nov 1693 in ,Barnstable Co., MA, died in ,Barnstable Co., MA. He married Joanna King on 30 May 1728, daughter of John King and Bathshua Snow.

Notes for Eleazer Cole:
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!MARRIAGE: Personal letter from James R. Gobin.

Eleazer Cole--m. 30 May 1728, Joanna King.

!Letter from Mary McClune dated March 11, 1995.

From a letter from Mary McClune, Eleazer Cole Sr. was born about 1703. He married Joanna King 30 May 1728.

!Letter from Pat Seabright dated March 1997.

Speaking of Eleazer Cole I, b. 25 Nov 1693, Barnstable Co., MA , m. 30 May 1728, Joanna King, d. Harwich, Barnstable Co., MA. Joanna: daughter of John King, who married Bathshau Snow, daughter of Stephen Snow.

More About Eleazer Cole:
Record Change: 13 Dec 1998

More About Eleazer Cole and Joanna King:
Marriage: 30 May 1728

Children of Eleazer Cole and Joanna King are:
+Eleazer Cole, b. 07 Jul 1734, Harwich, Warwick, Massachusetts, d. Abt. 1777, ,Dutchess Co., NY. 
Eleazer COLE
 
159 Birth - National Society Colonial Dames #20348
Marriage " " " "
Death " " " " 
Elizabeth COLE
 
160 Birth: Jan. 17, 1893
Death: Feb. 23, 1984

Esther Merle Stark, 91, a former resident of Grand River, died at the Leon Care Center in Leon Thursday, February 23 [1984].

Funeral services were held from the Kale Funeral Home in Osceola Saturday, February 25 with Vernon Spinner and Jeff Evans of Davenport conducting the 10:30 a.m. rites. Interment was in Westerville Cemetery.

Esther Merle Stark was born January 17, 1893 in Decatur County, Iowa, daughter of Doc Cole and Candace Adams Cole. She received her education in Decatur County schools and on September 30, 1908 was married to John Leslie Stark in Leon. SEVENTEEN children were born to this union.

She was a member of the undenominational Christian Church.

Survivors include a son, Neil Stark and wife, Goldie of Grand River; daughter, Oneta Redman of Osceola; daughter, Doris Redman and husband, Robert of Osceola; daughter Ruth Camp and husband, Leonard of Osceola; daughter, Ruby Stark of Grand River; son, Edgar Stark and wife, Georgie of Creston; daughter, Bessie Mason and husband, Jr. of Burbank, California; daughter, Martha Reasoner and husband, Earl of Indianola; daughter, Ellen Peterson and husband, David of Grand River; son, Clifford Stark of Osceola; son, Donald Stark and wife, Nina of Glen Rock, Wyoming; daughter, Marjorie Akes and husband, Gerald of Grimes; daughter, Joan Brink and husband, Donald of Raytown, Missouri; son, Merlin Stark and wife, Lois of Eagle Grove; 48 grandchildren; 78 great grandchildren; seven great great grandchildren; a sister, Bessie Cross of Leon and daughter-in-law Ruby L. Stark.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, John in 1947; three sons, Noel Stark, Leroy Stark and Dale Stark; five grandchildren; two brothers, James and Frank Cole; daughter-in-law, Phyllis Stark; three sisters, Nellie Burchett, Kathryn Jones and Alda[Minnie Adaline] Adams and one foster sister, Susie Boles.


Burial:
Westerville Cemetery
Grand River
Decatur County
Iowa, USA
 
Esther Merle COLE
 
161 VOL. & PAGE # : v9p518 MARRIAGE LICENSE # : 5289 DATE ISSUED: September 30, 1908 (Wednesday)
GROOM: STARK, John AGE: 27 DATE MARRIED: September 30, 1908 (Wednesday)
BRIDE: COLE, Esther Meral AGE: 16 DATE REGISTERED: October 08, 1908 (Thursday)
1. By whom affidavit, if any, was made Frank COLE (of Decatur Co., Iowa)
2. By whom consent to marriage is given Brides Parents
3. Full name of GROOM John STARK
4. Place of residence Grand River
5. Occupation Farmer
6. Groom?s age NEXT birthday 28
7. Color White
8. Race European
9. No. of Groom?s marriage 1ST
10. Groom?s place of birth Decatur Co., Ia.
11. Groom?s father?s name Eli STARK
12. Groom?s mother?s maiden name Sarah WILSON
13. Full name of BRIDE Esther Meral COLE
14. Bride?s maiden name, if a widow (Blank)
15. Bride?s place of residence Grand River, Ia.
16. Bride?s age NEXT birthday 16
17. Color White
18. Race Cauc
19. No. of Bride?s marriage 1ST
20. Bride?s place of birth Decatur Co., Iowa
21. Bride?s father?s full name Doc COLE
22. Bride?s mother?s full maiden name Candace Rebecca ADAMS
23. Where and when married Leon, Ia. Sept 30 - 1908
24. Witnesses Frank COLE Flora COLE
25. By whom married, name and office Jas. A. ARMSTRONG Pastor
- Location of marriage given in the Certificate of Marriage: at ?Leon.?
(Note: Others listed in Affidavit Section: John BURNS - Deputy Clerk.) 
Esther Merle COLE
 
162 Eunice Hannah Cole (b. 27 Apr 1742, d. Abt. 1771)
Eunice Hannah Cole (daughter of Israel Cole and Remember Burgess)13 was born 27 Apr 1742 in Eastham, MA13, and died Abt. 1771 in New Paltz, Dutchess Co., NY13. She married Eleazer Cole on Abt. 1760 in ,New York13, son of Eleazer Cole and Joanna King.

Notes for Eunice Hannah Cole:
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Index of Delaware and Union Counties, Ohio. Compiled by Margaret Main Bouic. Ohio, 1990. Pg. 2534.

Hannah Cole (Mrs. Sebbeus Main) was the daughter of Eleazor and Hannah Cole Cole.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: James R. Gobin.
Eunice Cole--dau of Israel and Remember (Burgess) Cole; b. 27 Apr 1742, Eastham, Mass.; m. abt 1760, Eleazer Cole; d. ca. 1777.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Main Gazette. Vol. IV, No. 1, Spring, 1993, Phoenix, Arizona. "Lineage of Murray Edmond Main" for Society of Mayflower descendants.
Pg. 13.

Daughter of Israel Cole III.
"Eunice Cole, born about ----, died about 1777, she mar. in the Colony of New York about 17__, Eleazer Cole, born at Harwich, Mass. 7-7-1734, son of Eleazer Cole I, and his wife Joanna King. They had a daughter: Hannah Cole..."

Letter from Mary McClune dated March 11, 1995.

From a letter from Mary McClune, Eunice (Unis) Cole was born 27 Apr 1742 in Eastham, Mass. She married Eleazer Cole Jr. (Rev.) in 1760 in Mass. She died about 1771 in New Paltz, Dutchess Co., NY. She was the daughter of Isreal Colle III and Remember Burgess.



More About Eunice Hannah Cole:
Record Change: 15 Dec 199813

More About Eunice Hannah Cole and Eleazer Cole:
Marriage: Abt. 1760, ,New York.13

Children of Eunice Hannah Cole and Eleazer Cole are:
+Hannah Cole, b. 1763, Poughkeepsie, New York13, d. 21 Apr 1826, ,Delaware County, Ohio13. 
Eunice Hannah COLE
 
163 II Rev. Eleazer Cole (b. 07 Jul 1734, d. Abt. 1777)
Eleazer Cole (son of Eleazer Cole and Joanna King)13 was born 07 Jul 1734 in Harwich, Warwick, Massachusetts13, and died Abt. 1777 in ,Dutchess Co., NY13. He married Eunice Hannah Cole on Abt. 1760 in ,New York13, daughter of Israel Cole and Remember Burgess.

Notes for Eleazer Cole:
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The Descendants of Ezekiel Maine of Stonington, Conn., 1905. Pg. 133.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE: James R. Gobin. Eleazer Cole--son of Eleazer and Joanna (King) Cole; b. 7 Jul 17 34, Harwich, Mass.; m. Eunice Cole.

Index of Delaware and Union Counties, 1990. Compiled by Margaret Main Bouic. Ohio, 1990. Pg. 2534.

Hannah Cole (Mrs. Sebbeus Main) b 1763; m 1780 or 1781; d 1826 - daughter of Eleazer and Hannah Cole Cole- Asp (133); will dcw Bk 1 p 77; Main (13 161; dcq PB: 40 BH: 27 MM:17; PN:53; CPS:53; CS:57; DSS:25, NMU:33; Pabst 7:3 ; 1820C:17 1880 dch p 527; Mlb p 153; 1880 dch p 766

BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Main Gazette. Vol. IV, No. 1, Spring, 1993, Phoenix , Arizona. "Lineage of Murray Edmond Main" for Society of Mayflower descendants . Pg. 13.

Daughter of Israel Cole III.
"Eunice Cole, born about ----, died about 1777, she mar. in the Colony of New York about 17__, Eleazer Cole, born at Harwich, Mass. 7-7-1734, son of Eleazer Cole I, and his wife Joanna King. They had a daughter: Hanna h Cole..."

Letter from Mary McClune dated March 11, 1995.

From a letter from Mary McClune dated March 11, 1995, Eleazer Cole Jr., (Rev) was born 9 Jul 1734 in Harwich, Warwick, Mass, married Eunice ( Unis) Cole in 1760 in Mass., rather than New York. Eunice (Unise) Cole was born 27 Apr 1742 in Eastham, Mass. and died abt. 1771 in New Paltz, Dutchess Co., NY. Eleazer was the son of Eleazer Cole Sr. and Joanna King. He had another wife of Lucy Shurtleff.
Eunice was the Daughter of Israel Cole III and Remember Burgess. She also gave the list of children.

Letter from Pat Seabright dated March 1997.

Eleazer Cole II b. 9 Jul 1734, Harwich, Barnstable Co., MA, m. 1760, in NY/MA, Eunice Hannah Cole, b. 27 Apr 1742, Eastham, Barnstable Co., M A, (daughter of Israel Cole III and Remember Burgess, d. 1771, New Paltz , Ulster Co., NY/Washington Co,. Eleazer died 1777, Dutchess Co., NY/VA. He owned land in New Platz, Ulster Co, NY. Was he a Methodist or Presbyterian minister? His son Eleazer Jr and wife Hannah Rouse moved to Montgomery Co, ant then moved about 1819 to Indiana, where he began the settlement known as Coles Corner. They had children Dorcas, Eleazer III, Hannah, Tabitha, Joan and Eunice. Eleazer sold land to Hugh Cole in New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY 1771. Eunice: Did she die 9 Oct 1786?



More About Eleazer Cole and Eunice Hannah Cole:
Marriage: Abt. 1760, ,New York.13

Children of Eleazer Cole and Eunice Hannah Cole are:
+Hannah Cole, b. 1763, Poughkeepsie, New York13, d. 21 Apr 1826, ,Delaware County, Ohio13. 
Eunice Hannah COLE
 
164 Notes for Eunice Hannah Cole:
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Index of Delaware and Union Counties, Ohio. Compiled by Margaret Main Bouic. Ohio, 1990. Pg. 2534.

Hannah Cole (Mrs. Sebbeus Main) was the daughter of Eleazor and Hannah Cole Cole.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: James R. Gobin.
Eunice Cole--dau of Israel and Remember (Burgess) Cole; b. 27 Apr 1742, Eastham, Mass.; m. abt 1760, Eleazer Cole; d. ca. 1777.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Main Gazette. Vol. IV, No. 1, Spring, 1993, Phoenix, Arizona. "Lineage of Murray Edmond Main" for Society of Mayflower descendants.
Pg. 13.

Daughter of Israel Cole III.
"Eunice Cole, born about ----, died about 1777, she mar. in the Colony of New York about 17__, Eleazer Cole, born at Harwich, Mass. 7-7-1734, son of Eleazer Cole I, and his wife Joanna King. They had a daughter: Hannah Cole..."

Letter from Mary McClune dated March 11, 1995.

From a letter from Mary McClune, Eunice (Unis) Cole was born 27 Apr 1742 in Eastham, Mass. She married Eleazer Cole Jr. (Rev.) in 1760 in Mass. She died about 1771 in New Paltz, Dutchess Co., NY. She was the daughter of Isreal Colle III and Remember Burgess.



More About Eunice Hannah Cole:
Record Change: 15 Dec 199813

More About Eunice Hannah Cole and Eleazer Cole:
Marriage: Abt. 1760, ,New York.13

Children of Eunice Hannah Cole and Eleazer Cole are:
+Hannah Cole, b. 1763, Poughkeepsie, New York13, d. 21 Apr 1826, ,Delaware County, Ohio13.
 
Eunice Hannah COLE
 
165 Decatur County Journal-Iowa
Thursday, February 22, l9l7


A very pretty home wedding occurred Friday morning at
l0:30, February l6, l9l7, at the home of the bride's mother, MRS. EMMA TULLIS, of Decatur, Iowa, when MISS MARIE TULLIS and FOREST COLE, of Grand River, Iowa, descended the stairs unattended and took their place while MISS NAOMA STEVENS sang, "I love you truly," Rev. Forest Perkins spoke the impressive words which united this worthy couple in holy wedlock.

The bride was becomingly dressed in georgiette crepe and carried a beautiful spray of begonias. After the congratulations, the guests were invited to the home of JACK TULLIS where a bountiful two course dinner was served. The out-of-town guests were WALTER DAUGHTON and WILL BREMER of Grand River, MR. and MRS. HERB FLETCHER, of Weldon, and MISS NAOMA STEVENS, of Ogden, Iowa.

MRS. COLE was raised in Decatur and she counts her friends by her acquaintances. She possesses a beautiful voice and was always glad to use it. She will be greatly missed in her home as she was the youngest daughter of MRS. EMMA TULLIS, but we are glad to send such a brilliant talented young woman into another town. MR. COLE is the efficient postmaster in Grand River, and will take his bride there. We wish them a great deal of happiness, prosperity and friendship.
 
Forest COLE
 
166 VOL. & PAGE # : v11p574 MARRIAGE LICENSE # : 6509 DATE ISSUED: February 15, 1917 (Thursday)
GROOM: COLE, Forest AGE: 27 DATE MARRIED: February 16, 1917 (Friday)
BRIDE: TULLIS, Pearle Marie AGE: 24 DATE REGISTERED: February 22, 1917 (Thursday)
1. By whom affidavit, if any, was made Walter DAUGHTON (of Grand River)
2. By whom consent to marriage is given (Blank)
3. Full name of GROOM Forest COLE
4. Place of residence Grand River
5. Occupation Post Master
6. Groom?s age NEXT birthday 28
7. Color White
8. Race Caucasian
9. No. of Groom?s marriage 1ST
10. Groom?s place of birth Grand River
11. Groom?s father?s name Clint COLE
12. Groom?s mother?s maiden name Nancy E. CARLTON
13. Full name of BRIDE Pearl Marie TULLIS
14. Bride?s maiden name, if a widow (Blank)
15. Bride?s place of residence Decatur
16. Bride?s age NEXT birthday 25
17. Color White
18. Race Caucasian
19. No. of Bride?s marriage 1ST
20. Bride?s place of birth Decatur
21. Bride?s father?s full name Thomas TULLIS
22. Bride?s mother?s full maiden name Mary Emily HORNER
23. Where and when married Brides Home
24. Witnesses Naomia STEPHEN Lola SHELTON
25. By whom married, name and office F.H. PERKINS, M.E. Pastor
- Location of marriage given in the Certificate of Marriage: at ?Decatur, Iowa.? 
Forest COLE
 
167 Frances Cole
Frances Cole13was born in ,England13. She married Daniel Cole.

Notes for Frances Cole:
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!BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Letter from Mary McClune dated March 11, 1995.

Mary McClune's information states: Frances Cole was born in England,
parents unlisted. She married Daniel Cole, parents also unlisted.



Children of Frances Cole and Daniel Cole are:
+Daniel Cole, b. 1614, Surrey, Southwark, England, England13, d. 21 Dec 1694, Eastham, BC, Mass.13. 
Frances COLE
 
168 Killed in the Battle of Chickamunga, Civil War on Sep 19, 1863 George W. COLE
 
169 Notes for Israel Cole:
[roetree.FTW]

!BIRTH-MAR-DEATH: Main Gazette. Vol. IV, No. 1, Spring, 1993, Phoeni x,
Arizona. "Lineage of Murray Edmond Main" for Society of Mayflower De scendants.
Pg. 13.

Son of Mary Paine (Rogers) and Israel Cole.
"Israel Cole II, b. at Eastham, 6-28-1685, and died at Eastham 1 746/7.
Married Emary _____. They had a son : Israel Cole III..."

!BIRTH-MAR-DEATH: James R. Gobin.
Isreal Cole (2)--son of Isreal and Mary (Paine) Rogers; b. 28 Ju n 1685,
Eastham, Mass.; m. Emery; d. 11 Aug 1747, Eastham, Mass.

!BIRTH-MAR-DEATH: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol. 6 ; The
Stephen Hopkins Family. General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 19 92. pg.
178.

ISRAEL COLE (Mary Paine, Mary Snow, Constance Hopkins, Stephen ) b.
Eastham 28 June 1685; d. there bet. 23 July 1746 and 9 Sept. 1747.
He m. EMARY _________; who survived him. A family historian su ggests
that her surname was Hoag. Note that John Hoog of Newbury and Amesbu ry m.
Ebenezer Emery and had children rec. at Newbury 1669-87. Bowma n suggests
that Emary's surname was Hallett.
The wife of Israel Cole, perh. this one, was dismissed from th e church at
Harwich in April of 1710.
The will of Israel Cole of Eastham, yeoman, dated 23 July 1746 a nd proved
9 Sept. 1747, mentioned wife Eamry Cole; sons Ebenezer, Israel, Silva nus,
Benjamin, and Rufus; and "natural daughters" Hannah Snow, Emery Col e and Dorcas
Burgis.
On 12 May 1752, Israel Cole, Salvenis Cole and Benjamin Cole, al l yeomenof Eastham and undoubtedly sons of above, conveyed Hog Islan d in teh south part
of Eastham to Henry Young and Joseph Cole Jr., both of Eastham. Rufu s Cole,
yeoman of Eastham, conveyed the same premises to the same grantees o n 13 June
1753. Israel, Silvenis, Benjamin and Rufus Cole, all yeomen of Easth am, sold
their half part of land in Harwich on 18 Feb. 1750.
Benjamin Ackly and Hannah Ackley of Hartland CT quitclaimed to I srael
Higgins of Chatham CT 5 June 1770 all their rights in lands of Mr. Is rael Cole
of Eastham, deceased.
On Southern District tax lists of Dutchess Co. NY were Israel Co le (Feb.
1754 to Feb. 1761). Rufus Cole ("on Will Hunt farm," June 1753 to Feb . 1757)
and Silvenus Cole (Feb. 1759 to 1771).
Children (COLE) all from will; prob. b. Eastham; orter uncertai n:
-EBENEZER prob. at Beekman, Dutchess Co. NY 1747-63.
-ISRAEL m. Remember Burgess; to Dutchess and Ulster Cos. NY; then to
Washington Co. VA.
-SILVANUS prob. m. Priscilla Walker ; to Dutchess Co. N Y; prob. at
Frederickstown NY in 1790.
-BENJAMIN m. Desire Smith; to Dutchess Co. NY; prob. at Fredericksto wn Co. NY.
-RUFUS to Dutchess Co. NY.
-HANNAH b. ca. 1713; m. Silvanus Snow .
-EMARY
-DORCAS m. Matthias Burgess

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Letter from Mary McClune dated March 11, 1995.

From a letter from Mary McClune, Israel Cole II was born June 28 1 685 in
Eastham, B, Mass., the son of Israel Cole I and Mary Paine. He marri ed Mary
Emery in 1709 in Eastham, Mass. He died 23 Jul 1746 in Eastman Mass . (Will).



More About Israel Cole and Mary Emery:
Marriage: 1709, Eastham, Mass..13

Children of Israel Cole and Mary Emery are:
+Israel Cole, b. Abt. 1714, Eastham, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts13, d. 13 Jun 1792, ,Washington Co., Virginia13 
Israel COLE
 
170 I Israel Cole (b. 08 Jun 1653, d. 23 Jul 1724)
Israel Cole (son of Daniel Cole and Ruth Chester)13 was born 08 Jun 1653 in Eastham, Massachusetts13, and died 23 Jul 1724 in Barnstable, MA13. He married Mary Paine on 24 Apr 1679 in Eastham, Massachusetts13, daughter of Thomas Paine and Mary Snow.

Notes for Israel Cole:
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!BIRTH-MAR-DEATH: Main Gazette. Vol. IV, No. 1, Spring, 1993, Phoeni x,
Arizona. "Lineage of Murray Edmond Main" for Society of Mayflower Descendants.
Pg. 13.

Son of Daniel Cole.
"Mrs. Mary Paine Rogers who mar. 2nd at Eastham 4-24-1679, Israel Cole
(son of Daniel), who was b. at Eastham, Mass. 5-8-1653. He left a will proven
7-23-1724. They had a son: Israel Cole II..."

!BIRTH-MAR-DEATH: James R. Gobin.
Isreal Cole (1)--son of Daneil and Ruth (Chester) Cole; b. 8 Ju n 1653,
Eastham, Mass.; m. 24 Apr 1679, Mary (Paine) Rogers; d. 23 Jul 1724,
Barnstable, Mass.

!MARRIAGE-DEATH: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol. 6 ; The
Stephen Hopkins Family. General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 19 92.

MARY PAINE (Mary Snow, Constance Hopkins, Stephen) b. prob Eastham; d.
prob. Eastham bef. 20 Jan. 1723/4.
She m. (1) Eastham 11 Jan. 1670/71 James Rogers, b. Eastham 18 O ct. 1648;
d. there 13 April 1678; son of Joseph and Hannah (_______) Rogers an d a
grandson of Pilgrim Thomas Rogers.
She m. (2) Eastham 24 April 1679 ISRAEL COLE, b. Eastham 8 Jun e 1653; d.
there bet. 20 Jan 1723/4 and 23 July 1724; son of Daniel and Ruth (__ _____)
Cole.
Settlement of the estate of James Rogers of Eastham, deceased, a t Plymouth
on 6 May 1678 provided for widow Mary Rogers and her small children , with the
eldest, Samuel , to have a double porti on, and
the rest to have equal parts according to the will of their grandfath er. Mary,
wife of Israel Cole, was mentioned in the 1705 will of her father Tho mas Paine.
Israel Cole signed an order as proprietor of Pamet 17 Ju ne 1690,
was listed at Eastham in 1695, and was named to a committee 31 Oct. 1 700. Hew
was said to have been the wealthiest man in Eastham at his death, and his
funeral was reported in both the New England Courant and the Boston News
Letter. The will of Israel Cole of Barnstable, dated 20 Jan. 1723/ 4 and proved
23 July 1724, mentioned son Israel (executor) and four grandchildren : Israel,
Theodor, Iacobod and Samuel Higgins.
Children (ROGERS) by first husband, rec. Eastham:
-JAMES b. 30 Oct. 1673; the record reads as follows: "Samuel Rogers ( otherwise
baptised James and soe to be Called april 1680) the sonne of James Rogers was
borne the 30th day of october 1673"; the words enclosed in parenthese s were
interlined by the same hand, in different ink.
-MARY b. 9 Nov. 1675; d. Eastham 17 Feb. 1731/2; m. JOHN COLE, b. Eas tham 6
March 1669/70; d. there 13 Dec. 1746; son of John and Ruth (Snow) Cole, a desc.
of Pilgrim Stephen Hopkins and a first cousin once removed of wife Mary; for
this family see no. 68.
-ABIGAIL b. 2 March 1677/8.
Children (COLE) by second husband, rec. Eastham:
-HANNAH b. 28 June 1681.
-ISRAEL b. 28 June 1681.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Letter from Mary McClune dated March 11, 1995.

Mary McClune's information states: Israel Cole I was born 8 Jan 1653, in
Eastham, BC, Mass., the son of Daniel Cole and Ruth Chester. Israel married
Mary Paine on 24 Apr 1679 in Eastham, Mass. He died 21 Jan 1723/1724 in
Eastham, BC, Mass. (will).



More About Israel Cole and Mary Paine:
Marriage: 24 Apr 1679, Eastham, Massachusetts.13

Children of Israel Cole and Mary Paine are:
+Israel Cole, b. 28 Jun 1685, Eastham, Massachusetts13, d. 11 Aug 1747, Eastham, Massachusetts13.
 
Israel COLE
 
171 II Rev. Eleazer Cole (b. 07 Jul 1734, d. Abt. 1777)
Eleazer Cole (son of Eleazer Cole and Joanna King)13 was born 07 Jul 1734 in Harwich, Warwick, Massachusetts13, and died Abt. 1777 in ,Dutchess Co., NY13. He married Eunice Hannah Cole on Abt. 1760 in ,New York13, daughter of Israel Cole and Remember Burgess.

Notes for Eleazer Cole:
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The Descendants of Ezekiel Maine of Stonington, Conn., 1905. Pg. 133.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE: James R. Gobin. Eleazer Cole--son of Eleazer and Joanna (King) Cole; b. 7 Jul 17 34, Harwich, Mass.; m. Eunice Cole.

Index of Delaware and Union Counties, 1990. Compiled by Margaret Main Bouic. Ohio, 1990. Pg. 2534.

Hannah Cole (Mrs. Sebbeus Main) b 1763; m 1780 or 1781; d 1826 - daughter of Eleazer and Hannah Cole Cole- Asp (133); will dcw Bk 1 p 77; Main (13 161; dcq PB: 40 BH: 27 MM:17; PN:53; CPS:53; CS:57; DSS:25, NMU:33; Pabst 7:3 ; 1820C:17 1880 dch p 527; Mlb p 153; 1880 dch p 766

BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Main Gazette. Vol. IV, No. 1, Spring, 1993, Phoenix , Arizona. "Lineage of Murray Edmond Main" for Society of Mayflower descendants . Pg. 13.

Daughter of Israel Cole III.
"Eunice Cole, born about ----, died about 1777, she mar. in the Colony of New York about 17__, Eleazer Cole, born at Harwich, Mass. 7-7-1734, son of Eleazer Cole I, and his wife Joanna King. They had a daughter: Hanna h Cole..."

Letter from Mary McClune dated March 11, 1995.

From a letter from Mary McClune dated March 11, 1995, Eleazer Cole Jr., (Rev) was born 9 Jul 1734 in Harwich, Warwick, Mass, married Eunice ( Unis) Cole in 1760 in Mass., rather than New York. Eunice (Unise) Cole was born 27 Apr 1742 in Eastham, Mass. and died abt. 1771 in New Paltz, Dutchess Co., NY. Eleazer was the son of Eleazer Cole Sr. and Joanna King. He had another wife of Lucy Shurtleff.
Eunice was the Daughter of Israel Cole III and Remember Burgess. She also gave the list of children.

Letter from Pat Seabright dated March 1997.

Eleazer Cole II b. 9 Jul 1734, Harwich, Barnstable Co., MA, m. 1760, in NY/MA, Eunice Hannah Cole, b. 27 Apr 1742, Eastham, Barnstable Co., M A, (daughter of Israel Cole III and Remember Burgess, d. 1771, New Paltz , Ulster Co., NY/Washington Co,. Eleazer died 1777, Dutchess Co., NY/VA. He owned land in New Platz, Ulster Co, NY. Was he a Methodist or Presbyterian minister? His son Eleazer Jr and wife Hannah Rouse moved to Montgomery Co, ant then moved about 1819 to Indiana, where he began the settlement known as Coles Corner. They had children Dorcas, Eleazer III, Hannah, Tabitha, Joan and Eunice. Eleazer sold land to Hugh Cole in New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY 1771. Eunice: Did she die 9 Oct 1786?



More About Eleazer Cole and Eunice Hannah Cole:
Marriage: Abt. 1760, ,New York.13

Children of Eleazer Cole and Eunice Hannah Cole are:
+Hannah Cole, b. 1763, Poughkeepsie, New York13, d. 21 Apr 1826, ,Delaware County, Ohio13. 
Israel COLE
 
172 Ill Israel COLE (b. 1712, d. 1792)
Israel COLE (son of Israel COLE and Mary EMERY) was born 1712 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, and died 1792 in Washington County, Virginia. He married Remember BURGESS on March 11, 1735/36 in Eastham, Massachusetts, daughter of Samuel BURGESS and Elizabeth HOPKINS.

Notes for Israel COLE:
Israel COLE III left a will in Washington Co, VA, will bk 2 Page 3 dated October 16, 1792. He
left most of his possessions to his 20 grandchildren at the time. Israel Cole was one of the names
of the grandchildren. Sabers MAIN is the executor of Israel Cole's will. There is strong
speculation and circumstances that Israel COLE III is the grandfather of Israel COLE of TN.
Israel COLE III also lived in Ulster Co, NY before going to VA in 1780. Israel Cole, who
married Elizabeth Clouse, was born in New York. Elizabeth Clouse was born in Washington Co,
VA.
Will of Israel Cole, Book 2, page 3, Washington County, VA.
I, Israel Cole of the State of Virginia and County of Washington, being very sick and weak in
body but perfect in mind and memory thanks be unto GOD, calling into mind the mortality of my
body and knowing it is appointed for all men once to die, do make, my last Will and Testament
that is to say principally and first of all, I give and recommend my Soul unto the hands of
ALMIGHTY GOD that gave it and my body. I recommend it be buried in a decent CHRISTIAN
burial at the discretion of my executor nothing doubting but the general resurrection I shall
receive the same again by the MIGHTY POWER OF GOD and touching such worldly
ESTATES
wherewith it has pleased GOD to bless me in this life. I give, devise and dispose of same in the
following manner and form:
First I give and bequeath to my beloved Son THOMAS COLE the half of my land, to wit, the
East Side. Also i give to RUFUS COLE on two year old heifer and one spotted cow. Also i give
to DAVID COLE one ewe and half a lamb and the remainder of my estate to be equally divided
amongst my grandchildren which I shall name. JOANNA THOMAS, HANNAH MAINS,
DARKES MCCLURE, EUNICH ROUSH, ELEAZAR COLE, JOHN COLE, FREELOVE
THOMAS, JOSEPH COLE, JR., KEZIAH COLE, SAMUEL COLE, DAVID COLE,
ELIZABETH DONE, MASA ELDRIDGE, JAMES DONE, JR., PHILLIP COLE,SARAH
COLE, ISRAEL COLE, -----STUART, ELEAZAR COLE, MARY COLE, SABRIAS MAIN
whom I likewise constitute make and ordain the sole executor of this my last WILL AND
TESTAMENT all and separtely my lands and tennaments by them freely to be proposed and
enjoined and hereby utterly disallow, revoke, and disarm all and every testament,Will, Legacies,
bequeaths, and Oaths in any way before named, willed and bequeathed, ratifying and confirming
this and no other to be my LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT. 23, June 1792 ISRAEL COLE
WITNESSES: ISAAC WATKINS, THOMAS WATKINS, AT COURT 16, Oct. 1792
NAME Cole, Israel. DATE 1792 SOURCE Will Book 2, 1792-1806 (Reel 15) p. 3-4. Will pro.
16 Oct. 1792. p. 9-10. Inv. & Appr. rec. 20 Nov. 1792. NOTE Part of index to Washington
County Wills and Administrations (1770 - 1800) PLACE Washington County (Va.) FORM
Wills. aat. COLLECTION Virginia wills and administrations.

More About Israel COLE:
Alt. Birth: 1712
Record Change: April 24, 2004

More About Israel COLE and Remember BURGESS:
Marriage: March 11, 1735/36, Eastham, Massachusetts.

Children of Israel COLE and Remember BURGESS are:
+Kesiah COLE, b. 1750, d. 1778. 
Israel COLE
 
173 Israel COLE (son of Daniel COLE and Ruth CHANDLER) was born 1653 in Eastham, Massachusetts, and died July 23, 1724 in Eastham, Massachusetts. He married Mary PAINE on April 24, 1679 in Eastham, Massachusetts.

Notes for Israel COLE:
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/larrycockerham/1/data/1127
SOUR @49499161@
Individual:
Israel signed an order as proprietor of Pamot (Truro), June 17, 1690; of eastham 1695. Said to have been the wealthiest man in Eastham at his death ,his funeral was reported in both the New England . He was a representative to the General Court of Massachusetts at Boston from Eastham, 1698. Selectman 1694 for 5 years. He was one of the proprietors of Truro, Mass., June 18, 1701. Israel was a trader in Barnstable.
Ancestral File #: 46RG-M4 Reference: 3083 LDS Baptism: 14 Dec 1926 ARIZO LDS Endowment: 22 Dec 1936 ARIZO LDS Sealing Child: 28 Apr 1948 SLAKE Comment 1: 6 May 1890 Listed as the wealthiest man of Eastham of his time Comment (3): 28 Jun 1900 Comment (4): 11 Jul 1963 SLAKE Changed: 22 Jul 2003 10:52:57

Courant and the Boston News Letter.


Title: The Mayflower Descendant, Vol.XV
Media: Book
Page: 189
Type: Book
Periodical: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Stephen HOPKINS
Author: John D. Austin
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants
Volume: Vol 6
Date: 1995

Type: Gedcom File
Title: 11073
Date: 30 Aug 99
Submitter: cwaugh@sni.net, cwaugh@xcellentmarketing.com
Author: Waugh, Carol Ann
Text: http://pedigree.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/pedview.dll?ti=0&ind653&f
ile073

Type: Book
Periodical: American Marriage Records before 1699
Publication: Infobases, Inc.
Volume: CD-ROM
"Records of Plymouth Colony: Births, Marriages, Deaths, Burials and Other Records 1633-1689" Author: Shurtleff, Nathaniel B. Publication: Baltimore: Genealogy Publishing Company, 1979 Mayflower Births & Deaths by Susan E. Roser Mayflower Marriages from the files of George Ernest Boman at the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Decendants by Susan E. Roser: 1990

More About Israel COLE:
Record Change: January 14, 2004

More About Israel COLE and Mary PAINE:
Marriage: April 24, 1679, Eastham, Massachusetts.

Children of Israel COLE and Mary PAINE are:
+Israel COLE, b. June 28, 1685, Eastham, Massachusetts, d. date unknown, Eastham, Massachusetts. 
Israel COLE
 
174 Israel COLE had land at Mulberry Gap, Claiborne Co, (now Hancock Co) TN.
He bought the land from the state of TENN in 1824. Later, he sold the land
to his grandson (my line) George COLE for $50. Elizabeth CLOUSE Cole, the
wife of Israel COLE, was from Washington Co, VA.
 
Israel COLE
 
175 James Cole (son of Daniel Cole and Ruth Chester)13 was born 03 Nov 1655 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA13, and died 04 Feb 1718 in Harwich, Barnstable Co., MA13. He married Hannah Childs on 10 Jan 1684 in Eastham/Orleans, Barnstable Co., MA13, daughter of Richard Childs and Mary Linnell.

Notes for James Cole:
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!BIRTH: Hills, Leon Clark History and Genealogy of the Mayflower
Planters and First Comers to Ye Olde Colonie. Clearfield Co., 1936 , 1941, 1975,
1977, 1981. Vol. 2, Pg. 59.

Cole, Daniel, the younger brother married Ruth Chester and removed toYarmouth,
but joined Job at Eastham in 1650. He was deputy ten times and held other positions.

CHILDREN OF DANIEL COLE AND RUTH CHESTER
-John, b. July 15, 1644; m. Ruth Snow (see Fam. No. 19).
-Timothy, b. Sept. 4, 1646.
-Hepsebah, b. Apr. 16, 1649; m. 1st Daniel Doane; m. 2nd George Crisp.
-Ruth, b. Apr. 15, 1651; m. John Young.
-Israel, b. Jan. 8, 1653; m. Mary (Paine) Rogers.
-James, b. Nov. 3, 1655; m.
-Mary, b. Mar. 10, 1658; m. Joshua Hopkins (see Fam. No. 28).
-William, b. Sept. 15, 1663 (?); m. Hannah Snow (see Fam. No. 85).
_________
Refs. 133, 134, 145, 310.

!Letter from Mary McClune dated March 11, 1995.

From a letter from Mary McClune, Eleazer Cole Sr. father was James Cole.
But, she is looking for proof. His mother was Hannah Childs.

!Letter from Pat Seabright dated March 1997.

Speaking of James Cole, b. 30 Nov 1655, Eastham, Barnstable Co. , MA, occ:
fisherman (whaler), m. 10 Jan 1683/84, in Eastham/Orleans, Barnstable Co., MA,
Hannah Childs, d. Harwich, BArnstable Co., MA. James died 4 Feb 1717 /18,
Harwich, Barnstable Co., MA. Hannah: Daughter of Richard Childs an d Mary
Linnell. They lived at Harwich, MA.



More About James Cole and Hannah Childs:
Marriage: 10 Jan 1684, Eastham/Orleans, Barnstable Co., MA.13

Children of James Cole and Hannah Childs are:
+Eleazer Cole, b. 25 Nov 1693, ,Barnstable Co., MA13, d., ,Barnstable Co., MA13. 
James COLE
 
176 Funeral services were conducted by Rev E.C. VanDerpool at the Westerville
schoolhouse on Sunday, 22 Dec 1917 
James A. COLE
 
177 http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/COLE/1999-05/0927563999

describes James being born in Davis Co, IA or Appanoose Co, IA 
James A. COLE
 
178 VOL. & PAGE # : v9p289 MARRIAGE LICENSE # : 5060 DATE ISSUED: February 22, 1907 (Friday)
GROOM: COLE, James A. AGE: 21 DATE MARRIED: February 24, 1907 (Sunday)
BRIDE: FOLAND, Minnie Armina AGE: 22 DATE REGISTERED: March 01, 1907 (Friday)
1. By whom affidavit, if any, was made W.F. BURCHETT (of Decatur Co., Iowa)
2. By whom consent to marriage is given (Blank)
3. Full name of GROOM James A. COLE
4. Place of residence Grand River, Iowa
5. Occupation Farmer
6. Groom?s age NEXT birthday 22
7. Color White
8. Race American
9. No. of Groom?s marriage 1ST
10. Groom?s place of birth Decatur Co., Iowa
11. Groom?s father?s name Doc COLE
12. Groom?s mother?s maiden name Candace Rebecca ADAMS
13. Full name of BRIDE Minnie Armina FOLAND
14. Bride?s maiden name, if a widow (Blank)
15. Bride?s place of residence Grand River, Ia.
16. Bride?s age NEXT birthday 24
17. Color White
18. Race American
19. No. of Bride?s marriage 1ST
20. Bride?s place of birth Decatur County, Iowa
21. Bride?s father?s full name William Henry FOLAND
22. Bride?s mother?s full maiden name Rachel RAMSEY
23. Where and when married Feby 24TH ? 1907 at W.H. FOLAND
24. Witnesses W.F. BURCHETT Nellie BURCHETT
25. By whom married, name and office Joseph EDWARDS Minister of the Gospel dated Feby 24, A.D. 1907
- Location of marriage given in the Certificate of Marriage: at ?House of William H. FOLAND in Richland Twp.? 
James Alvice COLE
 
179 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. K.M. COLE
 
180 Received a skull fracture in a car accident on 27 Dec., 1939 Kenneth COLE
 
181 Joseph Edmond ADAMS «tab»
«tab»Male «tab» «tab»Family
«tab»«tab»«tab»
Event(s):
«tab»Birth: «tab»
07 JAN 1853 «tab»Davies, , , Iowa
«tab»Christening:
«tab»Death: «tab»
06 OCT 1907 «tab»
«tab»Burial:
«tab»«tab»«tab»
Parents:
«tab»Father: «tab»Joshua ADAMS «tab»Family
«tab»Mother: «tab»Temperance Catherine SMITH «tab»
«tab»«tab»«tab»
Marriages:
«tab»Spouse: «tab»Martha COLE «tab»Family
«tab»Marriage: «tab»
29 FEB 1872 «tab»Of, , Clay, Kansas
«tab» 
Martha COLE
 
182 Leon Reporter, Leon, Iowa
Thursday, March l6, l922

MARTHA COLE was born near Helena, Arkansas, November 22, l85l, and died March 2, l922, at her home in Tabor, Iowa, at the age of 7l years, 3 months and 8 days. When about three years of age, her mother died and she was brought to Iowa and made her home with her oldest sister, MRS. MARGARET EDWARDS, in Decatur County, where she grew to womanhood.

In the full bloom of youth, she was converted and baptized by the late FREELAND EDWARDS and united with the Camden Baptist Church near Grand River. Her relation to that church continued for a long time, indeed, in spirit was never broken. She transferred her membership to the Baptist Church of Indianola, and finally to Glenwood, Iowa, from where her spirit enters forever the Church Triumphant which is without spot, through the blood of Christ -- Holy and Eternal.

On February 29, l872, she was married to JOSEPH ADAMS and to this union seven children were born; STELLA MAY BROWN, of Tabor, Iowa; CURTIS ELLWOOD, of Grand River, Iowa; VIRGIL EDGAR, of Natoma, Kansas; MARY ETHEL MCCLUNE, of Dolliver, Iowa; and DENNIS RAY, of Tabor, Iowa; WILLIAM BYRON and JAMES WESLEY as well as her beloved husband, having preceded her to the Home Beyond.

After the death of MR. ADAMS, in l907, she kept house for her son, RAY, on a farm near Van Wert, Iowa, until l9l4, when they moved to Tabor, Iowa.

MRS. ADAMS was a mother beloved by all and leaves to mourn her loss a sister, five children, 2l grandchildren and a host of friends at Tabor, Grand River and other places where she was (*can't read). Left an orphan in early life she lost a mother's care, yet through the kind influence of those with whom she made her home, good impressions were made upon her soul in those tender plastic years which bore fruitage that has strongly impressed the lives of two generations and her influence will never die.

She was a remarkable woman, for all her children were converted and are active members of their respective churches. Although she was a loyal member of the Baptist church, her spirit was bigger than that she belonged to the Great Church of the Living God. When the writer came to Tabor, she said to him, "I have been praying for a great revival for the Methodist Church and then for all Tabor." She gave me a sermon for my people the Sunday before she died, growing out of my observation of her life. How considerate she was of everybody. How tenderly did she speak of her children and how proud to know they were in the church and working for the Kingdom. How she talked about her personal relation with the Lord. How inspiring, how helpful to us all. She labored and struggled for her husband and children and friends up to the last.

She was one of God's noble women on earth so now we miss her. Only two days before her death, I had the pleasure of looking into her motherly, patient face and recited to her "The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want" and like a flash of lightning she said "He is my shepherd too." Ah! Mother ADAMS we knew long ago that you knew your God and now by your final confession we know he has not failed thee. She was the embodiment of pure, simple goodness that was divine and it can be truthfully said of her, "She hath done what she could" and has now entered into rest eternal.

A short service was held the morning after her death, led by Rev. W.E. Shugg, assisted by a quartet from the Faith Home, after which the cortege proceeded to Shenandoah and to Grand River, Iowa, where on Saturday, March 4, at ll a.m., further services were held at Mt. Zion Church by Rev. Joseph Edwards, a life-long friend, whose remarks were beautiful and inspiring, agreeing with her life as manifest in our midst. The text I Cor. l5:55, "O Death, Where is Thy Sting; O Grave, Where is Thy Victory."



Copied by Nancee(McMurtrey)Seifert
"With permission from the Leon Journal Reporter"
June 22, 2002 
Martha COLE
 
183 Birth: Oct. 14, 1863
Hancock County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Mar. 16, 1957
Grand River
Decatur County
Iowa, USA

Daughter of George and Martha Baker Cole.

She married Joseph Millstead in 1856 in Westerville, Decatur Co, IA.

She is buried betwen her brother Doc Cole and his wife Candace.
They had sons Earl and Everette. Other children??

Burial:
Westerville Cemetery
Grand River
Decatur County
Iowa, USA

Created by: Jeanne Gaumer
Record added: Mar 27, 2006  
Melvina (Vina) COLE
 
184 Des Moines Tribune

Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa

April 11, 1956



TO ?AUNT VINA? at 94

MAMIE SENT HER A BIRTHDAY NOTE

by Herb OWENS



GRAND RIVER, IA. ? The warm personal letter that came from Mamie DOUD EISENHOWER, wife of the president, to Mrs. Malvina MILLSTEAD had no political significance. ?Aunt Vina? is a Tennessee-born Democrat.



Although six months of amateur sleuthing by relatives have passed since ?Aunt Vina? celebrated her ninety-fourth birthday anniversary, it?s still a mystery here who informed the First Lady of Mrs. MILLSTEAD?S beloved life of community service.



?Your friends are legion as result of your countless acts of gracious kindness,? Mrs. EISENHOWER wrote ? and she wasn?t acting on misinformation.



The letter, on White House stationery, was sent from Denver ? and dated at a time when Mrs. EISENHOWER and the world were concerned with the president?s condition following his heart attack.



LIVES NEAR GHOST TOWN


Mrs. MILLSTEAD for 55 years has lived in the little farmhouse just outside the ghost town of Westerville ? 2 miles northwest of here. Born Malvina COLE, MRs. MILLSTEAD had two older brothers who were killed while with the Confederate army. After the Civil War, her parents decided to move west. They put all their possessions, little ?Vina,? in a long flat-bottomed boat and started down the Tennessee River.



?Aunt Vina? doesn?t remember much about the trip. She remembers her brother saving a little Negro boy who fell off a dock. Sher remembers riding on a steamboat. She remembers her father?s story of paying $1 a mile for being guided through Muscle Shoals.



Mrs. Malvina MILLSTEAD ?Mother, after the death of my brothers, never was satisfied

holds her youngest great- anyplace,? said Mrs. MILLSTEAD. ?My father tried Texas, then

granddaughters, Susan Missouri. Finally he brought us to Iowa.?

COMPTON, aged 2

A HARD WORKER



Before her marriage to Joseph MILLSTEAD, ?Vina? worked as a hired girl in the Grand River Hotel. As a bride, she moved to a farm near Beaconsfield, then to a land-grant famr from president Franklin PIERCE ? 3 miles north of her present home.



?I worked at everything on the farm except the grubbing,? said Mrs. MILLSTEAD. Grubbing is digging out the brush and stumps.



Westerville, in those days was a growing community ? three stores, post office, hotel, blacksmithshop, lumber yard, school, grist mill and two taverns. A narrow-gauge railroad was scheduled to be built ? and the grade for it still is visible.

Plans change; the railroad moved south through Grand River. Today Westerville is a rural schoolhouse and a half a dozen homes.



All through her years, ?Aunt Vina? has been a friendly helper to anyone needing help.



Moving unaided about the farmhouse ? in which also live her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Everett MILLSTEAD; her widowed granddaugther and three great-grandchildren ? ?Aunt Vina? continues a gay wit. Grandpa MILLSTEAD died 25 yars ago.



?I expect yo?ve come to goad some yarns out of me,? she told the reporter. She warned him her ?face would break the camera? ? but she went to her bedroom to change clothes and comb her hair unassistend before a picture was taken.



She?s proud of her African violet culture.



And, among hundreds of greetings that came on her birthday, the big surprise ? Mrs. EISENHOWER?S letter ? has become the most treasured.



SOURCE: genealogical and historical clippings of Norma G. (FOLAND) BECKER
 
Melvina (Vina) COLE
 
185 Funeral services were held at the Grand River baptist church at 2:00 P.M.
conducted by Rev Ray Fortune. Melvina and Joseph had a total of three children
two of the children were listed as dying in infancy with no names given. 
Melvina (Vina) COLE
 
186 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. M.C. COLE
 
187 Adline may be spelled Adeline.
Buried in the Hopeville cemetery in row 12 sone no. 8

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Minnie Adline COLE
 
188 Birth: May 18, 1884
Death: Jan. 7, 1968

Daughter of Doc Cole and Candace Rebecca Adams.

She married Curtis Elwood Adams on 22 December 1901 at her parents house.

Their children were Ralph Edward "Mose" Adams, Francis Raymond "Dick" Adams and Lowell Edmond Adams.

Burial:
Hopeville Cemetery
Hopeville
Clarke County
Iowa, USA
Plot: east #13-10

Created by: Jeanne Gaumer
Record added: Jan 21, 2008  
Minnie Adline COLE
 
189 Bob,

You stated that Israel Bishop Cole?s mother was an Elizabeth Cole. Who is she? Who are her parents?

Margaret Clouse Lyon is one property away from Israel Bishop Cole on the 1850 Census for Johnson Co, TN. How are they related? Why was she given Israel Bishop Cole? Margaret is the younger sister of my Elizabeth Clouse Cole.

Israel Cole and Elizabeth Clouse Cole are on the 1850 census for Claiborne Co, TN. Elizabeth Cole was 84 years old by 1850. Israel and Elizabeth had a son by the name of Isaac (Israel ) Cole and he is found on the 1840 Census for Claiborne Co, TN. He is living next door to my Nancy Cole and that is one reason we feel he is the brother of Nancy Cole and the son of Israel and Elizabeth Cole. By the way, he was married to Isabel Tapp in Carter Co, TN in 1824. But, they moved to Claiborne Co, TN. Nancy Cole possibly did not marry either. She had five son?s according to the 1840 census. Our line has ALWAYS said we are part Cherokee and it came through our COLE line. This is the only area (time frame) in my Cole line were the Cherokee link might possibly be. In a book called ?Cherokee By Blood?, Rachel Wheelis, neighbor of Israel and Elizabeth Cole, stated that my line, George Cole, was the son of Nancy Cole and Nancy was the daughter of Israel and Elizabeth Cole. She stated Nancy Cole never married. I only mention that because you said your Elizabeth Cole did not marry. Do you have the Indian tradition in your Cole line? I don't know if Indian's could marry a non-Indian or not. My George Cole does not even "look" half Indian. Part of my Cole line applied for Indian funds and were turned down around 1908.

Israel Cole (born 1762 NY) bought land from the state of TN Jan 27, 1827. The land was on Mulberry Creek, near Mulberry Gap, Claiborne Co., TN, now called Hancock Co., TN. Israel COLE sold this land (50 acres for $50) Aug. 12, 1845 to George COLE, who is believed to be his grandson. Israel Cole is on the 1830 Census for Claiborne Co, TN.

I don?t know if any of the above helps you with your research. But, I thought I?d throw is out there in hopes it will help someone.

Thank you,

Nancy McDonald
 
Nancy COLE
 
190 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. S. COLE
 
191 Twin of Mary Virgene Cole. He was stillborn Thomas Clinton COLE
 
192 JeanneChamberlainGaumer
Updated: Thu Jul 25 21:17:17 2002
Contact: Jeanne Gaumer

ID: I41087609
Name: UNKNOWN CHEROKEE INDIAN
Given Name: UNKNOWN
Surname: Cherokee Indian
Sex: M
Marriage 1 Nancy COLE b: circa 1800-1810 in probably Claiborne Co, TN
Children George COLE b: 1819 in TN 
Unknown Cherokee Indian COLE
 
193 Came from Clairborne County Tennesse to Southern Iowa around February 1850

William Cole Diary
This is a transcription of a Dairy that William Cole wrote on his journey from Hancock County, TN. to Davis County, Iowa, February 1850. He, along with his family, plus a large contingent of friends, traveled together on this journey. They used flat boats, commercial boats, wagons and on foot during their journey. William Cole was married to Sarah "Sally" Maize and then, after the death of his first wife, he married Rebecca Anderson Ramsey. The spelling and some punctuation have been placed for easier reading. Parentheses have been placed in the transcription for clarification.
This dairy was found by Clyde Edmond "Eddie" Adams in items to be disposed of. It was transcribed and printed with his permission.

February 28, 1850
I started down the mouth of Mulberry. (Mulberry Creek in Hancock Co., TN)
1 day landed at the mouth of Russell Creek at Blairs Creek in Campbell County where we landed with much difficulty.
On 4 landed at the mouth of Powell Rivers. (It now joins with Clinch River at Norris Dam, in Anderson County, TN).
On 5 landed in Anderson County 10 miles below Clinton and landed at the mouth of Hokerey (?) Creek at Mancyaten (?) Knox County.
On 7 landed at Kingston (?) in Roane County.
On 8 landed at acenten silent (?) in Meigs County.
On 9 landed at Lokis (?) Ferry in Rhea County.
On 10 landed at Hiwassee Island in Rhea County.
On 11 at 12 o'clock we passed the town of Hanzon (?) on the north side of the river in Hamilton County (TN). There we landed and we looked at a steamboat.
On 12 landed at Chattanooga and lay there all the next day.
13 I attended the railroad and such sight I never saw in my life. Iongue (?) can't express the wonder that I saw. We landed 8 miles below the suck (?) in Hamilton County. About 10 o'clock the Pickaway (?) passed us, which made our women stare.
On 14 landed 6 miles above Long Island. About 12 o'clock we landed in Alabama, Jackson County. We also lay in the same county that same night.
On 16 landed at Gunters Landing, Hamilton County.
On 17 landed a few miles below Paint Rock.
On 18 started and then rose a storm and we landed in the mouth of Flint River. At 10 landed at Whitesburg. Lay all night in the mouth of Indian Creek at the town of Trianen (?) in Madison County.
Started and 19 landed in the mouth of Limestone River and lay there almost all day on the account of the wind. The same night lay at Decatur.
Started on 20 and against (?) the 3 o'clock in the evening we was safe through the shoals. Soon passed the Florence brig (?) which made us stare very much for the Tilagaff (?) passed along come (?) of it landed at Tuscumbia in Franklin county.
Started on the 21 landed at the State Ferry then started and 22 landed at Hamburg. Lay there all night.
23 started passed Srevanes (?) at 10 o'clock landed at Whites Bluff in Harding County, Tennessee.
24 lay at the same place.
On 25 landed one mile below Whites Bluff.
On 26 started and stopped at Clifton and spent some money and drunk some rum and started and landed in Perryville in Decatur County.
On the 27 lay all the next day on 28 lay at the same place.
On 29 started and run all day and half and night and tied up to a tree because we could not get at the land.
Next morning started on the 30th landed Marshall County, Ky. Landed that night in Paducah lay there all the next day 31.
32 I got on the steamer Ohio Tilagaft and was 3 miles and lost weels (Wheelis). I hired a skift to carry me back to Paducah and I found him on 33.
I got on the Sligo on 34.
And on 35 landed at St. Louis. Lay there all night then got on Maney Stevens 36.
On 37 landed at Kokek. (Keokuk, Iowa)
38-39 I hired a team and moved (to) the Yellow Banks 40-41.
On 6 day of April I landed at Kokerk (Keokuk, Iowa) found my family there from which I had been lost for 5 days.
On 7 day moved to the Yellow Banks.
Lay there 9 days while Johien Weles (Josiah Wheelis) went to Davis County for help for our money was out.
On the 16 night then 3 wagons and money plenty to carry us to Davis County (Iowa)
17 we started about 12 o'clock we reached the Des Moines at the town of St. Francisville. The wind and snow blew so that we thought that we should all freeze. We suffered very much. Stopped at a house and there we suffered much. In crossing the river the snow and wind compelled us to stop before night.
On the 18 we started and suffered very much.
On the 19 night we fared near well.
20 night we fared near well.
On the 21 landed at Thomas Edwards.
22 landed on Soap Creek. (Davis Co, IA)
I was 54 days before I ended my journey. 
William COLE
 
194 He and family lived in Alvord Texas William Allen COLE
 
195 A 1st name is not known. She is only referred to as a daughter who died as an
infant. 
_____ COLE
 
196 http://records.ancestry.com/Marie_Angelique_Daragon_records.ashx?pid=44496403

Born in Quebec, Quebec, Quebec, Canada on 20 Oct 1727. Marie Angelique married Francois Guimond and had 8 children.  
Marie Angelique DARAGON
 
197 Foster Child to Doc Cole's family
Refered to by the family as "Aunt Susie" 
Susie DEAN
 
198 Stillborn Thomas Clinton DELONG
 
199 Baptism of Alice Julia Demo

St. Henry's, Eau Galle, Dunn County, Wisconsin, p. 35. 1874.





10 Dumond.





Anno Domini 1874 die vigesima octava Januarii baptizata fuit Alice decem et octo annos nata die decima Nov. 1873 [sic] Parentes Ejus Marseille Dumond et Esther Berjeron Patrini fuere Leon Batineau et Julia Lapine.





[Baptism: 08 Jan 1874 in St. Henry's Parish, Eau Galle, Dunn, Wisconsin]





-Source: Virginia Easley DeMarce





http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=demarce1&id=I0470
 
Alice Julia DEMO
 
200 Died while visiting the home of her daughter, Armenta Alice Julia DEMO
 

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