Carroll Free Press, 31 October 1890, Carrollton, Georgia
DEATH OF AN OLD CITIZEN_
Major Henry A. Coleman died at the residence of his son, Mr. James Coleman, near this place, at 2 o'clock on last Monday evening.
About four years ago Mr. Coleman had a stroke of paralysis by which his health was seriously impaired. Thursday of last week he had another stroke from which he never rallied.
Major Coleman was 77 years of age at the time of his death. He was born in Putnam county, but was principally raised in DeKalb. He moved to Carroll in 1856 and has been a prominent citizen of this county since then.
The deceased was a member of the Baptist church and also of the Masonic fraternity. He was buried at Bethel church in the sixth district, the Rev. Mr. Coalson of Temple officiating at the funeral.
Mr. Coleman leaves nine living children among whom are Mr. James Coleman of this place and Captain W.A. Coleman of Lowell district.
Saturday, November 21, 2009
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Died_ Kazuko Ozaki Coleman, on 1 November 2009 in Houston, Texas, first wife of
Elwood R. Coleman, Jr. of Slidell, Louisiana,devoted mother of John O. Coleman of Houston, TX, and Elizabeth F. Coleman Bartholmey of Baton Rouge, LA. Kazuko was born 7 March 1939 in Kobe City, Japan, daughter of Kanekichi Katsu Ozaki and Miyo Yamashita. In addition to her two children previously mentioned, she is survived by three grandsons: Andrew Coleman,William Bartholmey, Mathew Bartholmey; a grandaughter, Kaitlyn McCain, one brother and three sisters who live in Japan, and many friends and relatives through-out the United States and in Japan.