John Corbly Jr.1

#28077, (circa 1768 - 22 September 1814)
Father*Rev. John Corbly2 (1733 - 1803)
Mother*Abigail Bull2 (c 1734 - 1768)


Children 1.Stephen Corbly+4 (c 1792 - )
 2.Lynn Corbly4 (c 1794 - )
 3.Paul Corbly+4 (1796 - 1830)
 4.Justus Corbly4 (c 1798 - )
 5.Nancy Corbly+1 (c 1800 - 1877)
 6.Elizabeth Corbly4 (c 1802 - )
 7.John Corbly III4 (c 1804 - )
 8.Priscilla Corbly4 (c 1806 - )
 9.William Corbly4 (c 1808 - )
 10.Newton Corbly4 (c 1811 - )
 11.Isaiah Corbly4 (c 1813 - )
Birth*circa 1768He was born circa 1768 at VirginiaG; (poss. Winchester, Berkely Co., Orange Co. or Frederick Co; see pp. 1-3.)1 
circa 1773He accompanied Rev. John Corbly and Elizabeth Tyler circa 1773 (perhaps as early as 1768, see. p. 3.)3 
circa 1789He migrated to OhioG circa 1789, after first settling on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River before being flooded out.1 
Death*22 September 1814He died on 22 September 1814 at OhioG.1 
Burial*September 1814He was buried in September 1814 at Clough Baptist Church Cemetery, Newtown, Hamilton Co., OhioG.1 


  1. [S2370] Nannie L Fordyce, compiler, The Life and Times of Reverend John Corbly, and the John Corbly Family Genealogy (Washington, Pennsylvania: self-published, 1953), pp. 132-133. Hereinafter cited as Reverend John Corbly.
  2. [S2370] Nannie L Fordyce, Reverend John Corbly, pp. 1-3.
  3. [S2370] Nannie L Fordyce, Reverend John Corbly, p. 143. "The ancestry of Elizabeth (Tyler) Corbly, the second wife of John Corbly, has not been established. She was a member of one of the Tyler families of Virginia. L. K. Evans in his “Pioneer History of Greene County” speaks of her as “a very amiable and estimable lady. John Corbly and Elizabeth Tyler were married in 1773, probably about April 16, the date that Corbly sold his land in Virginia and later moved his family to Garard s Fort where they lived on the Corbly farm and where their children were born."
  4. [S2370] Nannie L Fordyce, Reverend John Corbly, pp. 132-133, citing 1858 compilation by a family member of Orson Clark.