Franklin John Coleman (April 26, 1837 – June 7, 1904) was a Cabecian-born British politician and the creator and leader of the controversial Pro-British Party of Cabecia, known widely for his leadership in the Cabecian Civil War. Because of his various racist quotes written in his memoirs, he is widely considered the most controversial leader of Cabecia.
Coleman was born on April 26, 1837 at King Port, Cabecia. He was born to British-born Agatha, a writer, and Robert Coleman, a soldier in the Cabecian army. It is recorded their ancestors were one of the first inhabitants of the island since the time of colonialism. Coleman had grown up as an only child after his parents had suffered from their child's stillbirth three years prior.
Coleman had been recorded to be a "good student, avid reader and active athlete" by his mother. Coleman had claimed to want to be a writer like his mother. His father, however, wanted him to be a soldier in the army as well.
Work in government
Civil War years
Aftermath and later years
Death and legacy
- "This is British land, the Dutch, the Portuguese, the Jews are from other soil, and it's unfortunate that we have to let them into this great nation."