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Timeline of Records: Catherine Markham and James Callaway


1810 Census of Pittsylvania County Virginia; James Callaway; 1 white male, 1 slave over 12, 2 horses.

1812; James Calloway and Catharine M Markham, who writes her own consent, surety James Whitehead, married by Rev David Nowlin; 17 Feb 1812.
[source] Marriages of Pittsylvania County Virginia; Williams.

1820; James Calloway Jr and Catherine M his wife of Pittsylvania to Jacob Getty for $1000 tract of land in Pittsylvania; Book 23, page 411; 25 September 1820.
[source] Deeds of Pittsylvania County Virginia.

1820; James Callaway and Catherine his wife and Thomas Callaway to James Anderson of Campbell co, Va a tract of land on the Stauton in Pittsylvania; Book 23, page 412; 25 September 1820.
[source] Deeds of Pittsylvania County Virginia.

1824; James Callaway was a Justice of the Peace in St Charles County, Mo. He was appointed by Alexander McNair, Gov of Mo at St Charles, Mo and filed in Columbia, Boone co, Mo, as Justice of the Peace for Cedar TS, recorded in Book A page 265 on Aug 17, 1824, by Roger Todd, clerk.
[source] Genforum query, Dec 2002; Betty Brooks.

1830 Census of Boone county Missouri; James Calloway; 3m under 5; 2m 5-10; 1m 10-15; 1m 20-30; 1m 50-60; 1f 10-15; 2f 15-20; 1f 30-40; 1 slave; (suggests 7 sons, 3 daughters)

1832; James Callaway was a Justice of the Peace in St Charles co, Missouri. His will was probated 31 Mar 1832 - Box 85, File 12, Callaway co, Missouri
. [source] Research notes of Betty Brooks.

1832; Bond, Administrator Madison Dysart for James Callaway, died intestate, presented in court 20 Feb 1832.
[source] Callaway County Missouri Probate Court Records.

1840 Census of Clinton County Missouri; Catherine Callaway; 1m 5-10; 2m 10-15; 2m 15-20; 1m 20-30; 1f 50-60; (6 males)

1850 Census of Clay county Missouri
Catherine Calaway; 61 (1789) Virginia
James Calaway; 32 (1818) Virginia
William Calaway; 20 (1830) Missouri
John Calaway; 19 (1831) Missouri
Peter Calaway; 23 (1827) Missouri

1860 Census of DeKalb county Missouri; Maysville
James Callaway; 42 (1818) Virginia
Susan Callaway; 24 (1836) Tennessee
Samuel Callaway; 1 (1859) Missouri
Catharine Callaway; 69 (1791) Virginia
John F Hodge; 27 (1833) Tennessee
Peter C Callaway; 32 (1828) Missouri
Lucinda Callaway; 27 (1833) Missouri
Catharine M Callaway; 7 (1853) Missouri
Thomas J Callaway; 5 (1855) Missouri
Nancy J Callaway; 3 (1857) Missouri
Virginia Callaway; 1 (1859) Missouri
[pam garrett's comment] I am not certain exactly how this 1860 census breaks down. This may be three seperate households. My records from DeKalb co, Mo show Catherine Calloway and John F Hodge in a household with a number of other people.

1870 Census of Platte county Nebraska; Columbus
William Callaway; 39 (1831) Missouri; married Jan 1870
Ellen Callaway; 27 (1843) Illinois
Katherine Callaway; 79 (1791) Virginia
note - living nearby:
Henry Callaway (m); 29 (1841) Missouri; race - black
Henry Campbell (f); 24 (1846) Tennessee; race - black
Dorkis Callaway (f); 52 (1818) Virginia; race - black

1880 Census of Alexis, Butler county Nebraska; Alexis; pg 88
Dorcus Calaway; 63 (1817) Virginia; race - black; divorced; keeping house; parents born Virginia
Henry Calaway; 36 (1844) Missouri; race - black; farmer
William Calaway; 50 (1830) Missouri; race - white; farmer; parents born Virginia
Ellen Calaway; 37 (1843) Illinois; race - white; father born New Jersey; mother born Pennsylvania
Cathrin Calaway; 89 (1791) Virginia; race - white; father born Virginia; mother born England
B Adis (m); 7 (1873) Illinois; race - white; parents born Illinois
note - Dorcus Calaway is designated as Head of Household


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Timeline of Records for Catherine Markham and James Callaway; compiled by Pamela Hutchison Garrett for John Markham of Chesterfield website; 2014.