Coleman connections

By Allan Coleman

I am looking for connections to Thomas Coleman b 1800 Redbourn to Lawrence & Susannah Coleman. & Rebecca his wife b 1806 Hertford daughter of William & Jane Irons.

Thomas had a sister Mary Ann b 1803, Sarah b 1806.Elizabeth b 1808, brother William b 1811 & George b 1816. Thomas & family sailed here to New Zealand 1841.

Allan Coleman Thames New Zealand.



This page was added on 31/03/2012.

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  • Dear Brenda

    Eliza married James Hawkins and they had ten children. James was listed as a Brewer. Most of the children worked in the hat factories in Luton.One of their sons, Amos decided to leave and went to London working as a footman. He then went to the Royal Courts of Justice and worked as a “Tipstaff”. If you google Amos Hawkins Tipstaff you will see a lot of information about him. He was my great grandfather. If you want anymore information please contact me through Herts Memories.



    By Odette Mayes (04/08/2014)
  • Hi Odette, like Allan I have been researching the same family tree for about 30 years.  I would love to know about your descendants through Eliza Coleman and especially in relation to her brothers and sisters/parents.  So if you want to know anything about the New Zealand connections then please contact me through Herts Memories as well.  Looking forward to hearing from you, Kind Regards Brenda

    By Brenda Coleman (23/07/2014)
  • Hi. I have only just seen this post. My gt, gt, grandmother was Eliza Coleman who was a daughter of Lawrence and Susanna born in Redbourn in 1813. Please contact me through Herts Memories if you need any further information Regards Odette

    By Odette (13/02/2014)