Coleman (surname)

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Coleman is a surname of Irish and English origin. The Irish surname is derived from the Irish Ó'Colmáin, Ó'Clumhain, or Mac Colmáin. The English surname is an occupational name denoting a burner of charcoal, or possibly a servant of a person named Cole.[1][2]

Notable people with the surname include:

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  • Ben Coleman, multiple people
  • Bessie Coleman (1892–1926), first African American to become an aircraft pilot and the first American to hold an international pilot license

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  • Iain Coleman (born 1958), former member of the UK Parliament

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  • Zendaya Coleman, better known as Zendaya (born 1996), American actress, dancer, and singer

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  1. ^ "Coleman Family History".
  2. ^ Michael C. O'Laughlin. The Book of Irish Families. p. 62.

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