Jimmye,I was interested in your note since several of your names are also names that I am researching. My Maxwell was William L. Maxwell b.26 Apr.1822 in Tennessee. he married Arrena Catherine Griffin.He died 26 Feb 1873 and is buried at Laws Chapel Cemeter out from Atlanta, Cass co. Texas where he settled about 1853.Hewent to Texas with the Law's Wagon train.They came from Georgia. Where William Maxwell joined the train, I do not know. William Maxwell owned the grist mill.Their daughter, Julia Arrena Maxwell, b.12 May 1860 was my great grandmother.She married Charles Clarence Arthur "White" which brings up another name in your list. He was the son of William Vernon White,b.13 Feb 1821 inGeorgia. He went to Cass County Texas in 1860 from Georgia, is also buried in Laws Chapel Cemetery, was a farmer.His wife was Mary Jane Stephens from Barnsville, Ga. Do any of these names ring a bell? One of my grandfather's sisters married a Hayes and lived in Vivian, La which is very close to Atlanta, Cass, Texas (the northeast corner of Louisiana) My niece is married to a Vickery.There are many of them in Calhoun County, Texas in the Olivia community.I can give you their e-mail address if you would like to have it.As for Coleman, it was in my Coffey line from Maury county, Tenn.If you think that could connect to yours, I will also give you any information that I might have there.I will look forward to your reply.Yours truly, Patricia Burgoyne.