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African-American Coffee surname

African-American Coffee surname

LD Grid (View posts)
Posted: 26 Apr 2000 1:31PM GMT
I'm looking for information on my ancestors, Boney Hasty Coffee, George Coffee. Boney was born in KY, Hasty in TN. They were mulatto slaves around Bastrop Co., TX. Settled around Austin/Peyton Colony/Webberville TX after the Civil War.

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Coffee (View posts)
Posted: 17 May 2000 8:12PM GMT
reply there are some Mulatto Coffee's in San antonio texas whose Great was a George Coffee possible from the east coast.some are in the phone book.

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Wilbur Coffee, Jr. (View posts)
Posted: 30 Aug 2000 8:58AM GMT
My Great Grandfather (Logan Coffee) was born in Wayne county, Ky in 1855 and he was part of the exodusters that came to Kansas to farm in the 1870's. I am also looking for the Kentucky ties to him. I have just started out looking for other members of the family. So if you have any information that would help please let me know

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angela parker (View posts)
Posted: 12 Jul 2001 11:32PM GMT
I have coffey ( coffie) ancestors that live in north east texas. My coffee's are put as mulatto in the census.


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LD Grid (View posts)
Posted: 13 Jul 2001 3:41PM GMT

Glad to hear from you. Can you provide any names, dates and state of origin? Looking forward to hearning from you!

Ld Grid

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Ld Grid (View posts)
Posted: 11 Jan 2003 2:41AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Coffee/Johnson, Hubbard/Bacon
Dear Angela Parker,

If you are still logging on to this board, please email me and I will share my ancestor info with you.

Sorry it has taken so long, I had not been loging in regularly
LD Grid

Re: African-American Coffee surname

Posted: 25 Oct 2007 5:28PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Coffee
After the civil war freedmen settled in eastern Blanco County ans established the Payton Colony. There are dozens of Coffees living there today that were descended from the freedmen. In 1965, while working in Blanco County, I visited the area and spent some time with a couple of old timers and talked about their ancestry.

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Posted: 4 Dec 2009 12:29AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Coffee, Huddleston
I was just looking thru the posts. I'm related to these Coffee family that settled at Peyton Colony. My grandmother was Rachel Coffee. She married George Washington Huddleston, Sr. They lived in Lampasas, TX. Her dad was George Coffee. I do have some information on that family tree.

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Posted: 29 Mar 2013 2:26AM GMT
Classification: Query
I believe that you and I are relatives. Boeny Coffee and George Coffee are siblings I believe. George Coffee was married to a Katie Smith I believe. George is the father of my grandmother, Mamie Sally Coffee-McGowan.

Re: African-American Coffee surname

Posted: 30 Jul 2014 2:53AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Boney Coffee, Sarah Coffee, Hasty Coffee, George Coffee
These are also my ancestors. I have been to Peyton Colony and may have some information for you as well as you for me. Feel free to email me.
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