ID # 134, (1849-1928)
|Father||Daniel Coleman (1816-1865)|
|Mother||Mary Able (1815-1879)|
|Birth||Clarissa Coleman was born on 28 February 1849 at Troy, Ontario.|
|Marriage||She married George Main, son of George Main and Margaret Ann Chandler, on 16 November 1870 at Beverly Twp, Wentworth County, Ontario; Marriage reg. Twp. of Beverly, Wentworth Co. 16 November 1870 George Main, 22, bachelor, farmer, born and residing Beverly, parents George and Margaret Main. Methodist. Clarissa Coleman, 21, spinster, born and residing Beverly, parents Daniel and Mary Coleman. Witnesses Wesley Coleman and Martha Main, both of Beverly. Clergyman F.J. Crowder. On November 16, 1870, at Sheffield, Beverly, Ontario.|
A marriage notice also appeared in the 23 November 1870 edition of the Dumfries Reformer and states that the marriage was at the house of Rev. F.J. Crowder.
|Death||She died on 26 October 1928 at Galt, Ontario, at age 79.|
|Burial||She was buried on 29 October 1928 at Mountview Cemetery, Galt.|
|Note||Clarissa was buried in Mountview Cemetery Galt.|
Clarissa's death registration is 035360-28. Her parents names are given as Dan Coleman and Mary Abel. The registration shows the birth place of her father, Dan Coleman, as Pennsylvania. (This is almost certainly incorrect. There is reasonable evidence to show that he was born in Beverly Township. The Colemans were in Beverly, though in the Copetown area, at least as early as 1811.)
The doctor is Dr. J.G. Seaton of Sheffield. The informant is her daughter, Cora Cairns. At the time of her death, Clarissa was living at 76 Ainslie Street North, as was her daughter. The undertakers were Allen and Ray of Water Street North in Galt. Her ethnic origin is given as German.
Children of Clarissa Coleman and George Main
|Last Edited||24 Oct 2016|