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Earl and Fay Corbly By Don Corbly
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This book is both a photo book and a scrapbook of the lives of Earl and Fay Corbly. It was initially intended only for their descendants so that they could learn about their ancestors and where part... More > of their roots lay. During the process of melding their photos with their written descriptions of singular events in their lives, the book became the history of two people who lived through World War I, the Dust Bowl, the Great Depression, World War II, the Cold War, and the wars of Korea and Vietnam. They began their married life just before the Great Depression of the late 1920s. Both came from Oklahoma farming families who struggled to make ends meet during those years. All of their written records have been included in this book.< Less
The Families of Abigail Kirk Corbly By Don Corbly
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The Families of Abigail Kirk Corbly completes the trilogy of the three wives of Pastor John Corbly; Abigail Kirk, Elizabeth Tyler, and Nancy Ann Lynn. Abigail died unexpectedly, Elizabeth was... More > massacred along with her children, and Nancy lived a full life, outliving John. The lineage of Abigail's children; Margaret, Rachel, Priscilla, and John Jr have been descended several generations. The index includes over 2,200 names of her progeny. This book is purchased at the lowest cost through Lulu.com.< Less
Pastor John Corbly By Don Corbly
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John Corbally immigrated to America in 1747 as the Baptist religion opposed the King’s Anglicanism. He became a lay minister, but persecution drove him to the Pennsylvania frontier. Ordained,... More > he ministered until his death founding many Baptist churches and was known as “The ablest Baptist minister of his time in the Pennsylvania frontier.” This is not a retelling of previously printed material; it represents over forty years of meticulous research. Previously unknown information describes the bogus painting of him, his birthplace, his true first wife, exact locations where he lived in Virginia and Pennsylvania, his long-lost treatise on The Believer’s Defense of Baptism, his involvement in the Ketoctin and Redstone Baptist Associations, his involvement in the Whiskey Insurrection from the government’s point of view, the Corbly Massacre as described in his and his daughter’s letters, and many other previously unknown facts.This book is purchased at the lowest cost through Lulu.com.< Less
The Portfolio of Tequila L Corbly By Tequila Corbly
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A Portfolio of artwork & photography.
The Portfolio of Tequila L Corbly By Tequila Corbly
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A Portfolio of artwork & photography.
The Families of Nancy Ann Lynn Corbly By Don Corbly
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The Families of Nancy Ann Lynn Corbly is the story of her life with her Lynn family, and, after marrying Pastor John Corbly, her life in that family. Nancy Ann Lynn was born into a family firmly... More > grounded in its old, well-established Scot-Irish roots. She was the daughter of an early pioneer family who migrated westward across the Allegheny Mountains into the uncivilized lands, the Pittsylvania Country, which was claimed by Virginia and Pennsylvania. All the men she knew as a child including her brothers, father, uncles, and, yes, she also knew John Corbly at an early age, all of them served in some military capacity in the Revolutionary War and in the many wars against the Indians. She lost two uncles and a brother in the fights against the Indians. This book includes the genealogical biographies of her Lynn and Corbly families and includes a genealogical and individual index.This book is purchased at the lowest cost through Lulu.com.< Less
The Families of Elizabeth Betsy Tyler Corbly By Don Corbly
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Elizabeth ‘Betsy’ Tyler was an unknown person in the history of western colonial Pennsylvania. Her story was first published on August 10, 1785 in the American Daily Advertiser, a... More > Philadelphia daily newspaper owned by Messrs Dunlap and Claypoole. Her name was not mentioned in any of them. Betsy and John had five children, but only one lived to maturity. In 1782 Betsy and three of her children were massacred by an Indian scalping party. Another daughter died from her wounds later. Her first child, Delilah, was all that was left of Betsy’s life. Nothing has been written about Betsy or Delilah until now. This book tells the stories of Betsy’s ancestors, her parents and siblings, her life with the preacher John Corbly, and the life and descendants of Delilah, her only surviving child and legacy.This book is purchased at the lowest cost through Lulu.com.< Less
Pastor John Corbly and his neighbors in Greene Township By Don Corbly
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This is a companion book to Pastor John Corbly, his biography. It is about his neighbors in Greene Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania. The first recorded surveyed plat of Greene Township was made... More > in 1796. This book includes all information available from official records about each person who bought the first tracts of land in that township during his, and later, his surviving wife, Nancy Ann Lynn Corbly’s lifetime. Only factual, recorded information from Pennsylvania and Greene County archives, historical society data, family Bibles, and personal family histories has been used. A detailed index is provided for the genealogically-minded reader.This book is purchased at the lowest cost through Lulu.com.< Less
Corbly-Corfman and Bachlor-Berry Families By Don Corbly
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The Corbly-Corfman and Bachlor-Berry Families is a four part genealogy of each of the families; each part contains illustrations, bibliography, and index. This book establishes the ancestry of Earl... More > Jackson Corbly and Ina Fay Bachlor Corbly who were married in 1927. It was written for their descendants, but is also a valuable genealogical source for each of the four family lines. Pastor John Corbly is traced from 1733 in his home in Dunshaughlin, County Meath, Ireland. Johann Philipp Korffmann is traced from 1653 in his home in Alzey-Stein Bockenheim, Germany. John Batchelor is traced from 1543 in his home in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, England. David Berry is traced from 1630 in his home in Saggart, Leinster, County Dublin, Ireland.This book is purchased at the lowest cost through Lulu.com.< Less
The Muddy Creek Ledger of Greene County By Don Corbly, Don Corbly
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The Muddy Creek Ledger was an account book maintained by William Seaton at his general merchandise store on the south bank of Muddy Creek in Cumberland Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania, from... More > 1793 to 1796. It recorded his accounting of business that he conducted with the settlers primarily in Cumberland Township, but also in neighboring Greene Township to the south and Jefferson Township to the north. It was rescued from destruction by Howard Leckey, the historian of the Ten Mile Country including Greene County, in I 936 and archived for today’s historians. The 168 ledger pages have been computer-enhanced for easier readability in this book. It contains a detailed index for the genealogically-minded readerThis book is purchased at the lowest cost through Lulu.com.< Less