Elizabeth Callaway1

F, #1588
     Elizabeth Callaway was the daughter of Thomas Callaway and Mary (?) Anderson.

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 13. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.

Anne Callaway1

F, #1589
     Anne Callaway was the daughter of Thomas Callaway and Mary (?) Anderson.

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 13. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.

James Callaway1

M, #1590
     James Callaway was the son of Thomas Callaway and Mary (?) Anderson.

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 13. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.

John Callaway II1,2

M, #1591, b. 1746, d. 7 Jul 1821
Relationship
4th great-granduncle of Beryl Virginia Burns
     John Callaway II was born in 1746.3 He was the son of Edward Callaway and Elizabeth <...>. Alternatively, John Callaway II was born circa 1744/45 in Somerset Co., MD.4,5,6

John Callaway II married Bethany Arnold in 1770.7,6,8,5 John Callaway II witnessed the recording of land for Isaac Callaway Sr. in 1770 in Onslow Co., NC.9 John Callaway II witnessed the recording of land for Joshua Callaway on 2 Jun 1770 in Onslow Co., NC.9

John Callaway II began military service in 1781 in Bedford Co., VA, in the Revolutionary War, where he was a Major in the militia.10,11

The family moved to Wilkes Co., GA, in 1783, including Joseph Callaway, Job Callaway and Joshua Callaway. These were his brothers.12,13 In 1784 John Callaway II purchased land in Wilkes Co., GA.14

John Callaway II died on 7 Jul 1821.3,4,5,15 He was buried in Callaway Family Cemetery (Rev. Enoch), Rayle, Wilkes Co., GA.3

Child of John Callaway II and Bethany Arnold

Citations

  1. [S242] R. Alexander Bate, editor, The Filson Club History Quarterly (Louisville, KY: Filson Club Quarterly, 1955), N1:13. Hereinafter cited as The Filson Club History Quarterly.
  2. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., editor, The Callaway Journal ([Atlanta, Ga.]: Callaway Family Assn., 1976-), V1:42-53 V4:16 V6:57-60, 96-105. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Journal.
  3. [S275] Cemetery Marker in Rev. Enoch Callaway Family Cemetery, Rayle, Wilkes Co., GA.
  4. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 13, 21. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  5. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., The Callaway Journal, V5:71-74.
  6. [S245] Adelle B. Harper, "What's Your Family Line?," Georgia Magazine:, Vol. 1-17 (1957-1973): Feb, 1968. Hereinafter cited as "What's Your Family Line?"
  7. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, The Callaway Clan, p. 21.
  8. [S253] National Society DAR, compiler, DAR Lineage Book (Washington, DC: Press of Judd, Detweiler, 1931), #122295, Book 123, 1916. See #101699. Hereinafter cited as DAR Lineage Book.
  9. [S2388] Abstracts of the records of Onslow County, North Carolina, 1734-1850: Vol. 1, Deed Book I (1769-1774) p. 198, FamilySearch, familysearch.com. Hereinafter cited as Abstracts of the records of Onslow County, NC.
  10. [S253] National Society DAR, DAR Lineage Book, entry #122295.
  11. [S256] John Callaway, War Record of John Callaway (n.pub.). Hereinafter cited as War Record of J Callaway.
  12. [S2357] Brantley M., II Callaway, An Account of The John Callaway Family and Home in Wilkes Co., GA (n.p.: Elizabeth Richardson Callaway, 1983), p. 6. Hereinafter cited as An Account of The John Callaway Family.
  13. [S575] Lucian Lamar Knight Georgia's Landmarks, Memorials and Legends, Volumes 1 & 2 (Atlanta, GA: The Byrd Publishing Company, 1913 & 1914). Hereinafter cited as Georgia's Landmarks.
  14. [S2322] Index to land grants, 1784-1839 (Wilkes Co., GA) (Salt Lake City, Utah: Family History Library, 1958), Book DDD, image 17. Hereinafter cited as Index to land grants, 1784-1839.
  15. [S246] Wilkes Co. GA: Administration & Guardianship Bonds 1800-1839, Wilkes County Courthouse, Wilkes Co., GA. Hereinafter cited as Wilkes Co. GA: Admin. & Guardianship Bonds.

Bethany Arnold1,2,3

F, #1592, b. circa 1748/49, d. 10 Jun 1844
     Bethany Arnold was born circa 1748/49 in NC.4

Bethany Arnold married John Callaway II, son of Edward Callaway and Elizabeth <...>, in 1770.1,5,6,2

Bethany Arnold was widowed in 1821.7,2,8

Bethany Arnold died on 10 Jun 1844 in Wilkes Co., GA.9 Alternatively, Bethany Arnold died on 7 Jul 1844.10 She was buried in Callaway Family Cemetery (Rev. Enoch), Rayle, Wilkes Co., GA.10

Child of Bethany Arnold and John Callaway II

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 21. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  2. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., editor, The Callaway Journal ([Atlanta, Ga.]: Callaway Family Assn., 1976-), V5:71-74. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Journal.
  3. [S253] National Society DAR, compiler, DAR Lineage Book (Washington, DC: Press of Judd, Detweiler, 1931), #122295, #101699. Hereinafter cited as DAR Lineage Book.
  4. [S251] Mary Overby, compiler, Obituaries Published by the Christian Index, 1822-1899 (Washington, GA: Wilkes Pub, Co., 1975(V1), 1982(V2)), 7-26-1844: 116, 1. Hereinafter cited as Obituaries Published by the Christian Index.
  5. [S245] Adelle B. Harper, "What's Your Family Line?," Georgia Magazine:, Vol. 1-17 (1957-1973): Feb, 1968. Hereinafter cited as "What's Your Family Line?"
  6. [S253] National Society DAR, DAR Lineage Book, #122295, Book 123, 1916. See #101699.
  7. [S246] Wilkes Co. GA: Administration & Guardianship Bonds 1800-1839, Wilkes County Courthouse, Wilkes Co., GA. Hereinafter cited as Wilkes Co. GA: Admin. & Guardianship Bonds.
  8. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, The Callaway Clan, p. 13, 21.
  9. [S251] Mary Overby, Obituaries Published by the Christian Index, 7-26-1844: 116, 1. Abstract - Mrs. Bethany Callaway, 95 yrs., born NC, died 6-10-1844, Wilkes Co.
  10. [S275] Cemetery Marker in Rev. Enoch Callaway Family Cemetery, Rayle, Wilkes Co., GA.

William Callaway1

M, #1593
     William Callaway was the son of Thomas Callaway and Mary (?) Anderson.

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 13. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.

Jacob Callaway

M, #1594, b. 1751/52, d. 1803
     Jacob Callaway was born in 1751/52.1 He was the son of Thomas Callaway and Mary (?) Anderson.

Jacob Callaway married Mary <...>.1

Jacob Callaway died in 1803.1

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 23. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.

Mary <...>1

F, #1595
     Mary <...> married Jacob Callaway, son of Thomas Callaway and Mary (?) Anderson.1

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 23. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.

Joseph Callaway1

M, #1596, b. 21 Sep 1754, d. 15 Nov 1821
Relationship
4th great-granduncle of Beryl Virginia Burns
     Joseph Callaway was born on 21 Sep 1754 in Sussex Co., DE.2,3,4 He was the son of Edward Callaway and Elizabeth <...>. In 1770 Joseph Callaway purchased land in Onslow Co., NC. He bought 100 acres from his brother, Job, for 5 pounds.5

Joseph Callaway sold land in Onslow Co., NC, on 1 Jan 1776. This was the land on Whiteoak River.Witnesses: Joseph Callaway.6

Joseph Callaway married Sabrina Morgan, daughter of Luke John Morgan, on 12 Jun 1777 in Anson Co., NC.7,8,9 He moved with his family to Wilkes Co., GA, in 1783.10,11 Joseph Callaway was awarded land, as follows: an unknown number of acres.12

Joseph Callaway was living in Wilkes Co., GA, before 1788.11 He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1820 in Wilkes Co., GA.13

Joseph Callaway died on 15 Nov 1821 in Wilkes Co., GA, at age 67.9,14,4,15

Citations

  1. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., editor, The Callaway Journal ([Atlanta, Ga.]: Callaway Family Assn., 1976-), V1:42-53 V4:16 V6:57-60. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Journal.
  2. [S324] Joseph Callaway & Sabrina Morgan, Callaway Family Bible As seen in "The Callaway Clan", p. 26, ; Mrs. Cecil T. Hays, Atlanta, GA. Hereinafter cited as Callaway Family Bible.
  3. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers (1789-1953) (1920, Dublin, GA (1789-1882); reprint Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1953), (date). Hereinafter cited as Callaway Baptist Preachers.
  4. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., The Callaway Journal, V5:72, 74.
  5. [S2388] Abstracts of the records of Onslow County, North Carolina, 1734-1850: Vol. 1, Deed Book I (1769-1774) p. 198, FamilySearch, familysearch.com. Hereinafter cited as Abstracts of the records of Onslow County, NC.
  6. [S2388] Abstracts of the records of Onslow County, NC: Vol. 1, Deed Book L (1778-1779) p. 251.
  7. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 27. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  8. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., The Callaway Journal, V5:72 (date) V6:60.
  9. [S324] Callaway Family Bible, (date).
  10. [S2357] Brantley M., II Callaway, An Account of The John Callaway Family and Home in Wilkes Co., GA (n.p.: Elizabeth Richardson Callaway, 1983), p. 6. Hereinafter cited as An Account of The John Callaway Family.
  11. [S575] Lucian Lamar Knight Georgia's Landmarks, Memorials and Legends, Volumes 1 & 2 (Atlanta, GA: The Byrd Publishing Company, 1913 & 1914). Hereinafter cited as Georgia's Landmarks.
  12. [S2389] "Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants," Database, Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com : accessed 31 Jan 2021), Citing Original data:Bockstruck, Lloyd DeWitt. Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1998, p. 83.
  13. [S595] US1820.
  14. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, The Callaway Clan, p. 27-28 (date).
  15. [S246] Wilkes Co. GA: Administration & Guardianship Bonds 1800-1839, Wilkes County Courthouse, Wilkes Co., GA. Hereinafter cited as Wilkes Co. GA: Admin. & Guardianship Bonds.

Sabrina Morgan1,2

F, #1597, b. 14 Mar 1754, d. 7 Sep 1801
     Sabrina Morgan was born on 14 Mar 1754.3 She was the daughter of Luke John Morgan.

Sabrina Morgan married Joseph Callaway, son of Edward Callaway and Elizabeth <...>, on 12 Jun 1777 in Anson Co., NC.3,4,5

Sabrina Morgan died on 7 Sep 1801 at age 47.3

Citations

  1. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., editor, The Callaway Journal ([Atlanta, Ga.]: Callaway Family Assn., 1976-), V1:42-53 V6:60. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Journal.
  2. [S324] Joseph Callaway & Sabrina Morgan, Callaway Family Bible As seen in "The Callaway Clan", p. 26, ; Mrs. Cecil T. Hays, Atlanta, GA. Hereinafter cited as Callaway Family Bible.
  3. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 27. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  4. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., The Callaway Journal, V5:72 (date) V6:60.
  5. [S324] Callaway Family Bible, (date).