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David Coon: A Civil War story… and tragedy.

David Coon and Mary Ann (Adams)

I spent a great deal of time transcribing the typewritten copies of handwritten letters of David Coon to his wife and children from Confederate prison, marking the days until his subsequent death from disease. The original transcriptions were completed by his son, Dr. William B. Coon in 1913, one for each family member. My father-in-law

Transcription: Affidavit of Alanson and Mitty Adams

Alanson Adams and Mitty Adams

Below is my transcription of the affidavit of Alanson and Mitty Adams regarding the War of 1812 service of William B. Coon and David Coon. Written in left margin of document: Sworn to and subscribed before me and that I know affidavits to be credible to and that I am disinterested and

Transcription Updates

I will be periodically posting completed updates to the long transcriptions for those interested. If I were to redate the original transcription post, those who have the pages bookmarked would find their bookmarks have become invalid.

A History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania by Henry Ashmead

  • August 31, 2012 – Completed up to page 40 and updated the Table of Contents.

Civil War Letters of Private David Coon

  • August 30, 2012 – Completed up to page 57.

 

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