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).

Francis Callaway1

M, #1598, d. 1798
     Francis Callaway was the son of Thomas Callaway and Mary (?) Anderson.

Francis Callaway married Sarah <...> in 1798.1

Francis Callaway died in 1798 in SC.2

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.
  2. [S242] R. Alexander Bate, editor, The Filson Club History Quarterly (Louisville, KY: Filson Club Quarterly, 1955), No.1, p. 13. Hereinafter cited as The Filson Club History Quarterly.

Sarah <...>

F, #1599
     Sarah <...> married Francis Callaway, son of Thomas Callaway and Mary (?) Anderson, in 1798.1

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.

Joshua Callaway1,2

M, #1600, b. 17 Feb 1757, d. 10 Feb 1816
Relationship
4th great-grandfather of Beryl Virginia Burns
Charts
Beryl V. Burns Pedigree
     Joshua Callaway was born on 17 Feb 1757 in Sussex Co., DE.3,4,5,6,7 He was the son of Edward Callaway and Elizabeth <...>. On 2 Jun 1770 Joshua Callaway purchased land in Onslow Co., NC. His father died c1770. This is probably part of his inheritance. Witness: John Callaway II.8

Joshua Callaway moved to Anson Co., NC, before 9 Jan 1778.9

Joshua Callaway married Isabella Graves Henderson, daughter of Joseph Henderson and Delphia Lea, on 29 Jan 1778 in Anson Co., NC.10

Joshua Callaway sold land in Onslow Co., NC, on 9 Dec 1778. This was where he formerly lived on Whiteoak River.Witnesses: Joshua Callaway.11 He moved with his family to Wilkes Co., GA, in 1783.12,13 Joshua Callaway was awarded land, as follows: 250 acres.14

Joshua's second marriage was to Elizabeth Lee.5

Joshua Callaway died on 10 Feb 1816 in Wilkes Co., GA, at age 58.3,6,7 He was buried in 1816 in Rayle, Wilkes Co., GA.

Children of Joshua Callaway and Isabella Graves Henderson

Citations

  1. [S242] R. Alexander Bate, editor, The Filson Club History Quarterly (Louisville, KY: Filson Club Quarterly, 1955), No.1, p. 13. Hereinafter cited as The Filson Club History Quarterly.
  2. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., editor, The Callaway Journal ([Atlanta, Ga.]: Callaway Family Assn., 1976-), V6:59-60. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Journal.
  3. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers (1789-1953) (1920, Dublin, GA (1789-1882); reprint Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1953), p. 8 (date). Hereinafter cited as Callaway Baptist Preachers.
  4. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 29 (date). Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  5. [S249] Marion S. Wattenbarger, "Callaway-Spratlin Family History Papers". Received copy from Marion S. Wattenbarger. Hereinafter cited as "Callaway-Spratlin Family History Papers."
  6. [S247] Sherrill Underwood Williams, "Callaway-Henderson Family History Papers". Received copy from Sherrill Williams. Some Joshua Callaway and Isabella Graves Henderson information. Hereinafter cited as "Callaway-Henderson Family History Papers."
  7. [S248] Ann Scott Mauldin, "Callaway-Lea Family History Papers". Received copy from Ann Mauldin. Hereinafter cited as "Callaway-Lea Family History Papers."
  8. [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.
  9. [S2386] Edwin D. Kuykendall, Looking Back: Among Families with Surnames Kuykendall, Branch, Kulbeth (Culbreath), Robinson, Mott, Bowdish, Brockway, Tracy, Lincoln (Dallas, Texas: E.D. Kuykendall, 1985), p. 84. This deed says Joshua of Anson Co., NC. Hereinafter cited as Looking Back: Among Families.
  10. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., The Callaway Journal, V6:60.
  11. [S2388] Abstracts of the records of Onslow County, NC: Vol. 1, Deed Book L (1778-1779) p. 277. This deed says Isaac of Anson Co., NC.
  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. [S1675] "Georgia, Headright and Bounty Land Records, 1783-1909," Images, unindexed, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 15 December 2014), citing Headright and bounty documents 1783-1909, Heron, Heron-Higgs, William; State Archives, Morrow, image 249.

Isabella Graves Henderson

F, #1601, b. 21 Dec 1763, d. 12 Oct 1826
Relationship
4th great-grandmother of Beryl Virginia Burns
Charts
Beryl V. Burns Pedigree
     Isabella Graves Henderson was born on 21 Dec 1763.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Joseph Henderson and Delphia Lea.

Isabella Graves Henderson married Joshua Callaway, son of Edward Callaway and Elizabeth <...>, on 29 Jan 1778 in Anson Co., NC.4

Isabella Graves Henderson died on 12 Oct 1826 in Wilkes Co., GA, at age 62.1,5,2 She was buried in Rayle, Wilkes Co., GA.6,7,1

Children of Isabella Graves Henderson and Joshua Callaway

Citations

  1. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers (1789-1953) (1920, Dublin, GA (1789-1882); reprint Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1953), p. 8. Hereinafter cited as Callaway Baptist Preachers.
  2. [S247] Sherrill Underwood Williams, "Callaway-Henderson Family History Papers". Received copy from Sherrill Williams. Some Joshua Callaway and Isabella Graves Henderson information. Hereinafter cited as "Callaway-Henderson Family History Papers."
  3. [S248] Ann Scott Mauldin, "Callaway-Lea Family History Papers". Received copy from Ann Mauldin. Hereinafter cited as "Callaway-Lea Family History Papers."
  4. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., editor, The Callaway Journal ([Atlanta, Ga.]: Callaway Family Assn., 1976-), V6:60. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Journal.
  5. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., The Callaway Journal, V8:111; Sardis Church Records.
  6. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., The Callaway Journal, V8:108-112.
  7. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.

Isaac Callaway Jr.1,2

M, #1602, b. 10 Apr 1776, d. 8 Oct 1822
Relationship
1st cousin 5 times removed of Beryl Virginia Burns
     Isaac Callaway Jr. was born on 10 Apr 1776.2 He was the son of Isaac Callaway Sr. and Elizabeth Arnold.

Isaac Callaway Jr. married Mary Polly Barrett on 11 Feb 1802 in Wilkes Co., GA.2 Alternatively, Isaac Callaway Jr. married Mary Polly Barrett in 1804.1 Isaac Callaway Jr. was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1820 in Wilkes Co., GA.3

Isaac Callaway Jr. left a will dated 24 Sep 1822 in Wilkes Co., GA. Heirs: Elizabeth R. Callaway, his daughter. Heir and Executor: Mary Polly Barrett, his wife.4

Isaac Callaway Jr. died on 8 Oct 1822 in Wilkes Co., GA, at age 46.2 His estate was probated on 6 Jan 1823 in Wilkes Co., GA.4

Children of Isaac Callaway Jr. and Mary Polly Barrett

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.
  2. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., editor, The Callaway Journal ([Atlanta, Ga.]: Callaway Family Assn., 1976-), V5:74. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Journal.
  3. [S595] US1820.
  4. [S2385] "Abstracts of wills, 1790-1852, and marriages, 1790-1832, of Wilkes County, Georgia," Images, FamilySearch (familysearch.org : accessed 31 Jan 2021), Citing United States, Georgia, Wilkes - Probate records, p. 3 (Will Book H.H., folio 120).

Mary Polly Barrett

F, #1603
     Mary Polly Barrett married Isaac Callaway Jr., son of Isaac Callaway Sr. and Elizabeth Arnold, on 11 Feb 1802 in Wilkes Co., GA.1 Alternatively, Mary Polly Barrett married Isaac Callaway Jr. in 1804.2

In the will of Isaac Callaway Jr., dated 24 Sep 1822 in Wilkes Co., GA, Mary Polly Barrett, his wife, was named as an heir, and executor of the estate.3

Mary Polly Barrett was widowed on 8 Oct 1822 in Wilkes Co., GA.1

Mary Polly Barrett, widow, was a successful drawer in the 1827 Georgia Land Lottery. She was living in Wilkes Co., GA. She drew land in Muscogee Co., Number 97, District 11. She was eligible as a widow.4

Children of Mary Polly Barrett and Isaac Callaway Jr.

Citations

  1. [S235] Callaway Family Assn., editor, The Callaway Journal ([Atlanta, Ga.]: Callaway Family Assn., 1976-), V5:74. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Journal.
  2. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 13. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  3. [S2385] "Abstracts of wills, 1790-1852, and marriages, 1790-1832, of Wilkes County, Georgia," Images, FamilySearch (familysearch.org : accessed 31 Jan 2021), Citing United States, Georgia, Wilkes - Probate records, p. 3 (Will Book H.H., folio 120).
  4. [S726] "Georgia Land Lottery, 1827," Transcriptions, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 7 Sep 2001), Citing State of Georgia. Recorder Office. Official Register of the Land Lottery of 1827. Milledgeville, GA: Grantland & Orme, 1827, 27th day's drawing-April 6, page 84.

Elijah Callaway1

M, #1604, b. 12 Oct 1769
     Elijah Callaway was born on 12 Oct 1769 in Bedford Co., VA.2 He was the son of Thomas Callaway and Mary (?) Anderson.

Elijah Callaway married Mary Cuthbert in 1790.2

Children of Elijah Callaway and Mary Cuthbert

Citations

  1. [S242] R. Alexander Bate, editor, The Filson Club History Quarterly (Louisville, KY: Filson Club Quarterly, 1955), No.1, p. 14. He was a legislator from Wilkes Co., NC, 1813-1819. Hereinafter cited as The Filson Club History Quarterly.
  2. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 13. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.

Mary Cuthbert

F, #1605
     Mary Cuthbert married Elijah Callaway, son of Thomas Callaway and Mary (?) Anderson, in 1790.1

Children of Mary Cuthbert and Elijah Callaway

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.