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Marriage: Children:
  1. John Clarkston Correll: Birth: 1842 in Iredell County. Death: 4 AUG 1921 in Jackson County, KY

  2. Talitha Correll: Birth: 1844. Death: 7 AUG 1889

  3. Fielding Mack Correll: Birth: 1846. Death: 1904

  4. Betti Elizabeth Correll: Birth: 1848. Death: in Marshall Cem. Marshall N.C.

  5. Eliza Adeline Correll: Birth: 1848. Death: 1934 in Madison County, NC

  6. Joe R. Correll: Birth: 1851. Death: 1860

  7. Nora Catherine "Katie" Correll: Birth: 11 DEC 1852. Death: 7 MAR 1939

  8. Susie E. Correll: Birth: 1857. Death: 1858

  9. Julia Victoria Correll: Birth: 3 SEP 1859 in Little Pine, Madison County, NC. Death: 18 OCT 1925 in Bell County, KY

  10. Alice Matilda Corell: Birth: 1862. Death: 1947

  11. Henry Correll: Birth: 1865 in 1878.

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Note:   [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [roberts.GED] Hi Ralph, Here is some info I thought you might be interested in. Phillip Correll from Pennsylvania, married the French Huguenot Sarah Rice and came to Rowan County in the 1700's. Their son was Christian Correll who married Mary Polly McLean[ Aug.28,1823-June19,1903 ] dau. of Henry and Nancy Flowers. McLean Nancy Flowers was the aunt of Professor Flowers, the first President of Trinity College ,now Duke University. Henry & Mary had 11 children .Their daughter Nora [Katie ] married Humphrey Posey Martin ,son of Wm. & Martha Martin ,they had 11 children. Their daughter Julia Alis Martin [1-09-1876__1919] married Horace FARRADAY browning son of Harriett Browning &?a John Culberson They had 7 children Henry ,Talitha ,Roy ,Lela ,Oakey Chester, and Lyda. By 2'nd marriage to Molly McFall Thomas 1 child Charles. An outstanding character of this family tree was Mary McLean Correll [Polly ] ,wife of Henry Correll, and whose father had a large plantation at China Grove N.C. and many slaves. Mary abdhored slavery and persuaded Henry to move to the wild mountains where in Madison County they never accumulated wealth ,worked very hard,and killed animals for meat. Mary was 5 ft. tall but excelled in hoeing the gardrn. During the war between the States Henry volunteered for the Union Army,was wounded at Cumberland Gap ,Ky. Mary acquired a female donkey ;a jenny ] ,gathered up her brood of children ,and they set out from Little Pine to walk to Ky. over vague roads &trails ,at nite they would sleep in people's barns and once in a cave.Finally they reached Ky. nursed Henry back to health and returned to Little Pine [ This is an account according to Mrs.J.L.McElroy of Marshall NC.a daughter of Wiley Roberts. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.