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Beverly Turpin (B.T.) Callaway (1814-1841) died in Shelby Co. AL in 1841
Posted by: Charlotte Boykin (ID *****8758) Date: February 28, 2007 at 16:12:13
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Beverly Turpin (B.T.) Callaway was born about 1814 in Coosa Co. AL and died in Shelby Co. AL in 1841. He married Sabrina Jane Coker about 1839. They had one daughter, Lucy Ann Callaway, who was born March 2, 1842 in Shelby Co. AL. Lucy Ann Callaway married William Martin Carver in 1861 in Choctaw Co. MS. After her father's death, her mother married Allen Gentry and they moved to Choctaw Co. MS. Willis Francis Callaway is listed as the executor of the estate of B. T. Callaway, along with a Jobe, John, and a Benjamin Callaway as purchasers of some of the estate of B. T. Callaway. Is Willis Francis Callaway a brother of B. T. Callaway and how are the other Callaways related? How are they related to the Benjamin Callaway who has land patents in Dallas and Lowndes Co. in 1829, 1830, 1831, and 1834? Is he related to the Jobe Callaway who is listed on the 1816 census for Monroe Co. AL? Would appreciate any help or advice that anyone might be able to give me on my Callaway line. Will be glad to share what family information that I have. Charlotte G. Boykin

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