December 19, 1872, Franklin County, Virginia.

September 22, 1951, Vinton, Virginia.

Mountain View Cemetery, Vinton, Virginia.

Coleman was the son of Skelton Coleman & Julia Frances Mason, and husband of Annie Belle Arrington. Copyright records indicate he was living in Rocky Mount, Virginia, in 1907. His works include:

  1. Breaking Mother’s Heart
  2. Christian, Let Your Light Shine
  3. Clear the Tracks, For We Are Coming
  4. Come and Help Us Sing the Praises
  5. Fierce and Thick the Battle Rages
  6. For God and Home and Every Land
  7. Hear the Savior Sweetly Calling
  8. How Oft Do We Sing of the Prodigal Son?
  9. I Am Thinking of You, Mother
  10. I Love Thee, Dear Savior
  11. I Wandered Alone with Thoughts in My Dreams
  12. Marching, Marching, Marching on to Victory
  13. Our Army Calls For Volunteers
  14. Relief
  15. Sad Is the Heart Whose Only Hope
  16. See the Armies of Isr’l as They Wandered in Sin
  17. See the Beggar, Blind and Needy
  18. Sing, Ye Ransomed Ones, of Jesus
  19. Speed Our Cause We Pray
  20. Upon the Rugged Mountain Side
  21. We Are Little Armor Bearers
  22. We Are Little Soldiers, Marching as to War
  23. We’re Marching, Marching Onward
  24. When the Great and Final Day