A Corbett Family
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CAMPBELL, CORBETT, CROW, KEYSER, LONG, WILLIAMS
16 February 2016 - 3:59:08pm
Welcome to our genealogy website. We are descendants of John Corbett (1665-1735) of Northhampton Twp, Bucks County, PA. John was a Scots-Irish immigrant and we actively seek his ancestors from across the sea (possibly Ulster, Ireland). This collection was started by Edwin Grant Corbett and continued by his son James. Now, online, we expand the endeavor in tribute to those who came before us.
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We are happy to share this information. In turn, please contribute to the collection. Your input is much appreciated. Thanks for visiting our site.
The 2016 Corbett Family Reunion
16 February 2016 - 3:58:30pm
You are Invited to The Corbett Family Reunion at the Dover City Park, Dover, Ohio, Sunday Sept 18, 2016, 12:30 pm.
Come celebrate with us our family heritage. We have a lot of fun activities planned for the whole family. It will be a potluck dinner. Please bring a covered dish & your own beverage. Table covering, plates, cups, tableware & napkins, will be furnished.
We hope you will reserve this time to come renew acquaintances with your family, and look forward to seeing you there.
Directions to Dover City Park:
From I-77 exit #83: Head east on N Tuscarawas Ave, 0.2 mi. Slight left onto W Slingluff Ave, 0.7 mi. Turn left onto N Crater Ave, 0.5 mi. Slight right onto N Crater Ave/Deis Hill Rd NW, 0.7 mi. Turn left to Shelter.
1 October 2010 - 12:30:47am
The pictures are probably the most entertaining aspect of the website. If possible, upload a picture from each era of your life (child, teen, adult, senior). A couple group pictures of your family would also be nice. To accomplish this select "Media" then "Add new Media item" while viewing a personal or family record. Just remember, group pictures should be attached to the "family"--not the "individual"--record.
Speaking of pictures, at the top of this page is a picture of an old bridge very near property owned by William Corbett (son of John) in Bucks County, PA. It's called the Eight Arch Bridge (built in 1803) and spans the Neshaminy Creek. This picture was taken while visiting the area for family research in 2004.
30 June 2016 - 1:53:10pm