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Re: published Coberly Genealogy
Posted by: Richard Krouskop (ID *****7583) Date: February 15, 2004 at 19:29:54
In Reply to: Re: published Coberly Genealogy by Kellie Farrell of 175

Thank You for your reply. Since I posted the message I have done further research along with mayn Orrahood researchers (Phoebe married Caleb Orrahood in Virginia. Phoebe Coberly Orahood was born in 1775 according to her Tombstone. This would have put her of an age to be a daughter of James Stell Coberly and Mary Pfaffenberg. James Stell Coberly had a large numbwer of children over a long period of time with mostly males listed and long gaps between birthdates and it is assumed there were unaccounted for daughters in between. He did have a daughter named Ozilla mentioned and Phoebe and Caleb had a daughter named Ozilla, Not a very common name, Phoebe and Caleb moved to Union Co. Ohio and Martin Coberly and George Coberly also settled in Union and Deleware Co. Ohio. Phoebe died in Union Co. in 1839 and Caleb and some of his family moved to Coles Co. Illinois about 1840 and Martin Coberly apparantly went with them or followed soon after as he is listed in the 1840 census of Coles County. All of this, although she is not mentioned in the list of James Stell Coberly's children has led myself and several other researchers to believe that she was a daughter of James Stell Coberly. If you have other information on the Coberlys I would appreciate anything you might have. Thank You.


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