|Death: ||Nov. 18, 1808|
He ran a smocking Mill which ground wheat.
In 1798 he was listed in the Buckinghamshire Directory as a wheeler in the Posse Comitas. This was a list of able bodied men aged between 15 and 60, who could be called upon in case of Napoleonic invasion. His sons John and William were also listed.
John Coltman Rank Private Enlistmented :29 May 1790 Regiment:1/24th Foot
WO25/:947 Napoleonic War - Regimental indexes 1806
I possess a photo of his joint grave, but it was sent to me by another person so I cannot show it here.
" In memory of John Coltman who departed this life November 18 1808 aged 57, also Elizabeth wife of the above, died May 4 1814 aged 67. Thomas Coltman son of the above died February 5 1813 aged 29."
Will of John Coltman, Millwright of Chepping Wycombe, Buckinghamshire 7 December 1808 PROB 11/1489
Elizabeth Venables Coltman (1747 - 1814)*
Thomas Coltman (1783 - 1813)*
All Saints Churchyard
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Record added: Mar 10, 2010
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