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Corlew Family


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Introduction

Our branch of the Corlew family came from North Carolina and settled in Montgomery County, Tennessee. They were fruitful and multiplied. Some stayed in Montgomery County, others moved to nearby counties in Tennessee, while others moved further.


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Below is a list of my direct ancestors with this surname.
It begins with the earliest known and (usually) ends when a female ancestor marries into another family.

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Note: All places are in Montgomery County, Tennessee unless otherwise stated.

  1. William CORLEW, born about 1770/1780 in North Carolina; died before 26 August 1841 in Montgomery County. He married Frances ---- (born in North Carolina). Their children included:
     
  2. William CORLEW, born about 1810 in Montgomery County; died 3 June 1881 in Montgomery County. He married on 16 February 1842 in Montgomery County, Elizabeth PRITCHARD (born about 1814 in Tennessee; died 23 October 1892 in Montgomery County). Their children included:
     
  3. Rufus M. CORLEW, born 22 August 1843 in Clarksville; died 23 March 1896 in Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana. He married on 4 June 1867 in Robertson County, Tennessee, Sarah Ann BATTS (born 11 February 1847 in Cedar Hill, Robertson County, Tennessee; died 29 December 1899 in Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana). Their children included:
     
  4. Estelle CORLEW, born 4 January 1872 in Clarksville; died 13 July 1950 in Lakewood, Cuyahoga County, Ohio; buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Evansville, Indiana. She married on 21 April 1906 in Evansville, Vanderburgh Co, Indiana, James Tipton CUTLER (born 17 September 1869 in Troy, Perry County, Indiana; died 17 April 1933 in Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana; buried 20 April 1933 in Oak Hill Cemetery, Evansville, Indiana).
     
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