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Cory Family Society newsletter : quarterly publication sponsored by the Cory Family Society for the surname Cory, Corey, Corry, Corrie, etc.

Renton, Washington : Cory Family Society, 1996-
v. : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, ports. (some col.)
Vol. 10 no. 4 (Jan 1996) -


Frequency varies: One issued in 1995; semiannual (1996); quarterly (1997); annual (1998-1999); quarterly (2000-2001); semiannual (2002); three per year (2003); quarterly (2004).

Some issues lack a title. Subtitles vary slightly.

Editor: Linda Hestor; Mimi Weijland; Art Corey; Fred Corey; Karen Corey.

Continues: Cory family newsletter.

Vol. 16 no. 3/4 (Dec 2001) was a double issue.

Publication information taken from web site.

Published: Renton, Washington; Oregon City, Oregon; Fort Collins, Colorado; Fountain Hills, Arizona; Camarillo, California.

The Cory Family Society was formed in 1986. It is also known as the National Cory Family Society, and is an International society, with many regional branches throughout the United States. A related organization is the Cory Family Society [U.K.] which was organized in England in October 1992. They meet annually in London each June. To view copies of newsletters in PFF format, and for other information see their web sites.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Cory (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England, Ireland, Scotland (especially Dumfries), and Wales (especially Cardiff). In England, some lived in Bristol and London, and the counties of Cambridge, Cornwall, Devon, Norfolk, and Northampton. Some immigrated to Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and South Africa. In the 1600's, some came to the United States, and settled in Massachusetts, and Long Island (New York). In the 1700's, some settled in New Brunswick (Canada), Barbados (West Indies), and in Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Vermont. During the 1800's, some moved to Ontario and Quebec (Canada), and to California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington D.C., West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Later descendants also lived in Nova Scotia (Canada), and in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wyoming, and elsewhere. Some have American Indian bloodlines, such as the orphan Elizabeth (Minnetan Koo) of the Narragansett tribe, who was adopted by John Corey.

Includes Carey, Coray, Core, Corey, Corie, Correy, Corrie, Corry, Cory, Corye, and other variant spellings.

Also includes Miller, Salmon, Younges, and other related families.

Also includes information on the Miller-Cory House which was established in Westfield, New Jersey ca. 1740, and is preserved as a living-museum by the Miller-Cory House Association and the Westfield Historical Society. Also includes a history of Southold, Suffolk County, Long Island and one of its founders, Rev. John Younges, and an article about the Cory copper kettle which was made before the Revolutionary War by Joseph Corey of Elizabethtown, New Jersey; and other articles of historical interest.

Description based on back issues found in the website.

Library lacks: Vol. 10 no. 4 (Jan 1996) - vol. 17 no. 2 (July 2002); and vol. 18 no. 4, if published. These back issues can be found on the Cory Family Society's website.



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