Isaac B. Coleman

First Name: Isaac
Middle Name(s): B.
Last Name: Coleman
Co. I, 30th Alabama Infantry
Residence (County): 
Talladega County, AL

Isaac B. Coleman (b. GA ca. 1828) was a farmer from Talladega County, Alabama. He mustered into service as a drummer in Co. I, 30th Alabama Infantry on March 22, 1862. His service records indicate that Coleman was taken prisoner at Port Gibson, Mississippi on or about May 1, 1863 and sent to the prison camp at Alton, Illinois before being exchanged at City Point, Virginia on June 12. Isaac Coleman died of smallpox at a Richmond hospital on July 15, 1863, leaving behind his wife, Nancy Pullin Coleman, and six children. Nancy received a widow’s pension after the war and died in Clay County, Alabama in 1880.

Authored Letters

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ID Letter Date Author Recipient From To
11885 Coleman1 January 24, 1863 Isaac B. Coleman Nancy Coleman Vicksburg, Warren County, MS Talladega County, AL

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