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The Callaway journal

Serial /Serial with Fiche
Cherry Hill, New Jersey : Callaway Family Association, c1976-
v. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.
Vol. 1 (1976) -


For digitized copies of back issues and other information, see the Web site: (last viewed 25 Aug 2006).


Editor: Sherrill U. (Mrs. Sherman) Williams (1976); Ben A. Calloway (1977-thereafter).

The Callaway Family Association, Inc. was founded by J. Hobart Bartlett in September 1975, in Washington, D.C. It was organized for the descendants of Joseph Callaway of England who immigrated to Virginia. The Callaway Family Association, Inc. membership includes an annual journal, and a monthly E-mail newsletter. Membership. some back issues, and other information is available on their web site.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Callaway (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England and Wales. In the 1600s, some immigrated to Virginia and the Carolinas. Some focus is on the descendants and relatives of the immigrant, Joseph Callaway, who was born ca. 1646, and immigrated from Cornwall, England to Essex County, Virginia. His son, Joseph Callaway Jr. was born in Essex County in 1671. Joseph Jr. married Annie Browning. They had a son named Francis, and a grandson named Francis II (Jr.). Francis Jr. (1750-1788) married Sarah Brewer. In the 1700s, some Callaways settled in Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. During the 1800s, some returned to England and others moved to Alabama, Florida, Indiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. Later descendants also lived in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec (Canada), Australia, Belgium, Japan, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Texas, Utah, Washington, Washington D.C., West Virginia, and elsewhere. Some have African American bloodlines.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (10 Nov. 2005)

Includes index to vols. 1-7 (published 1983), which also include listing of given names under the heading "Slaves."

Includes queries.

Includes Caillouet, Calamay, Caldaway, Caldway, Caleway, Callawaie, Callay Callewaye, Callewey, Calloe, Callow, Calloway, Callowe, Callowet, Callowie, Callwaie, Callway(e), Callwe, Callweay, Calwaie, Calway(e), Caylleway, Cullowe, Gallaway, Gallloway, Kallaway, Keilaway, Kelewey, Kellaway, Kelloway, Keloway, Kellwey, Kelway(e), Kelwe, Kelwey, Kelyway, Keylway, Killyowe, Klwy, Kylliow, Kyllyowe, LeCalewe, Salloway, Salway, Salwey, and other variant spellings.

Also includes Astor, Boone, Cleveland, Early, Hearn (Hairn, Hern, Hearne), Holder, King, Langhorn(e), Noell, Partee, Relph (Ralph), Whipp, and other related families.

Also includes a featured section entitled, "CFA International" which is dedicated to genealogical information about the Callaways (and other spellings) outside of North America.

Library may be lacking: Vol. 6 (1981).

No circulation to family history centers.

Also available on microfiche


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