David and Robert Emmitt McGlothlin may or may not be connected to John McLaughlin and Judith Leathers, but so much research has been done in an attempt to prove or disprove a connection, which I am unable to do either, I thought it might be beneficial for some if I posted the information I had found.
This page is to honor the Corel Cousin Veterans. Female veterans are shown in bold red text. An * indicates that the veteran is not a descendant or spouse of a descendant of William and Rebecca Oney Corel, but an ancestor of a spouse who married a Corel Cousin.
I have been struggling for the past week on how to post this list of Corel Cousins Veterans. It may not be the prettiest list, but I am proud to say I am related to them all and I thank each and every one of them for their service to our country!
Rebecca Ann Corel was born June 22, 1824. Rebecca is the only child of William Corel and Rebecca Oney that did not move to the West with the family, or soon after.
When I first began researching the McGlothlin men that had married daughters of William and Rebecca Oney Corel, I had found that many researchers before me believed that both David (who married Jemima) and Robert Emmitt (who married Rebecca Ann) McGlothlin were the sons of Revolutionary Veteran John McLaughlin and his wife, Judith Leathers.
Happy weekend everyone!
With a HUGE amount of help from Teresa this week, I have finished Rebecca’s page and have her uploaded. I am very thankful to Teresa for all of her help and guidance this past week! I have added some additional links in my writing on Rebecca. Most will go to pictures of items that I haven’t quite found a home for yet, but wanted to share. Especially Rebecca’s death certificate!
I have uploaded the page for James Pickens. Now to tell you all why I am so excited about this update!