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Corder Genealogy

Primary Families :: Where did we come from originally?

We all want to understand where we came from from time to time. I have put this page together to help you understand which family line you come from. If you are a CORDER who was born somewhere in the USA there is a good chance I have your lineage in my files.

The below blocks of information is not in any type of order to preference. HOWEVER this page will be updated frequently, and must be used as a path for your own research. This is not written in stone but alot of true information makes us believe the following is correct.

Please also keep in mind that this site should be used as a guide in your own research. If you do use the information on this site, please make proper credit for where you found it.

NEWS: By using DNA testing, we have pretty much determined that there are two primary CORDER families. There is Edward Corder who came from England and the William Corder line. There are a few other lines that have not been proven for proper connectivity to one or the other families, or might just be yet another undiscovered line that came from somewhere else.


William & Alice Corder vs. John & Patience Corder Families

There is no proof currently found, but it is believed that William and John Corder were brothers or very closely related.
DNA testing has proven a very close relationship to these two families.


Corder Genealogy

William and Alice Corder (surname currently unknown or unproven) had at least 1 son by the name of William Corder. For this was proven by court documentation and lease records. William was born circa 1703, this was proven by court records and can be found in his personal deposition in Fauquier County dated 6.March.1793. It is believed that John Corder who was born in Brown Run (present day Fauquier County, Virginia) could have been another son of William & Alice Corder. No proof has been found to date to support this.

This particular John Corder had at least 2 sons. John and James Corder. James married a woman by the name of Mary Felkins 27.May.1797 in Fauquier County, Virginia and died prior to 31.Jul.1835 because his brother John Corder filed for claim for being sole heir of James Corder who became ill.

This brings us to John Corder. This man is well researched and was married twice. First to Hannah Way and second to his housekeeper Mrs. Mary Maddox (widow of Samuel Maddox). John Corder and Mrs. Mary Maddox were married 06.Aug.1845 in Rappahannock County, Virginia. They had no children together mainly because they were very elderly at this time.

To what we currently understand, John Corder and his wife Hannah Way had at least 11 children born to that union: Alexander Corder, Sarah Corder (w/o Jacob Hunsicker), Elisha Corder, Judge Vincent Corder, Elizabeth Corder (w/o John Cowgill), Rev. Martin Corder, Nathan Corder, Elijah Corder, John Corder, Mary (Polly) Corder (w/o Daniel Jackson), and Elias Corder.

Ok, now back to William Corder (believed to be the brother of John Corder - father of John Corder who married Hannah Way :: DO NOT GET THESE FAMILIES MIXED UP.. with similiar names it will be very easy to get confused, but there are 2 generations here in this subject line); who is the son of William & Alice Corder.

William Corder was born in Brown Run (present day Fauquier County, Virginia) circa 1732. This was proven by the deposition of Nancy Corder (daughter-in-law) of William. It was stated that he was currenly 102 years of age on a court document dated 27.Feb.1834.

William Corder was married to a woman by the name of Ann (surname unknown and yet unproven). William & Ann Corder had at least 6 children, they are believed to be: Joseph Corder, Benjamin D. Corder, Thomas Corder, Eve Corder (w/o William Willingham), Catherine (Caty) Corder (w/o James Willingham), and Sarah Corder (w/o John Willingham). It is currently assumed that 3 CORDER siblings married 3 WILLINGHAM siblings, but that is purely assumed and unproven. There are so many WILLINGHAM's in early 1800 Virginia, it may be impossible to figure these families properly without some sort of missing court documentation or family bible entries yet to be discovered.

  1. Joseph Corder (s/o William & Ann Corder) married a woman by the name of Martha (Patty); surname yet unknown or unproven.
  2. Benjamin D. Corder (s/o William & Ann Corder) married twice. Both women's names were Mary. But documentation helps to seperate the names as his first wife Mary (Molly), and his second wife Mary A.
  3. Thomas Corder (s/o William & Ann Corder) married a woman by the name of Nancy; surname yet unknown or unproven. She is the one listed in the deposition of William Corder listed above as the daughter-in-law.
  4. Eve Corder (d/o William & Ann Corder) married a man by the name of William Willingham on 10.Oct.1793 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
  5. Catherine (Caty) Corder (d/o William & Ann Corder) married a man by the name of James Willingham on 25.Jan.1797 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
  6. Sarah Corder (d/o William & Ann Corder) married a man by the name John Willingham) on 18.Dec.1792 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

Joseph Corder (s/o William & Ann Corder had at least 8 children born to their union:

  1. John Corder who married Celia McDonald 04.Jan.1811 in Frederick County, Virginia.
  2. James Corder who married Sarah (Sally) Corder (d/o Benjamin D. Corder and his first wife Mary (Molly).
  3. Eve (Eva) Corder who married James Redmon 21.Jan.1800 in Frederick County, Virginia.
  4. Susannah W. Corder who married Thomas McDonald 19.Dec.1803 in Frederick County, Virginia.
  5. William Corder who married Sarah Cole 14.Sep.1811 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
  6. Joseph Corder who married Virginia Jane Board 05.Jan.1813 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
  7. Martha (Patty) Corder who married William Fields 16.Jan.1820 in Ross County, Ohio.
  8. Lucinda (Lucy) Corder who married Eli Oliver 05.May.1817 in Frederick County, Virginia.

Benjamin D. Corder (s/o William & Ann Corder) was born 04.Apr.1763 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He had been married twice. His first family consisted of 10 children and so did his 2nd famliy. That's 20 kids FOLKS!

NOTE: Some individuals have used DAVID for his middle name. This is purely incorrect and unproven, yet alone made up by someone.. Since then individuals continue to use an unproven middle name for this man. I wish everyone to stop using DAVID as his middle name! If you can't prove it, don't use it!

Children born to Benjamin D. Corder and his 1st wife Mary (Molly).

  1. Mary (Polly) Corder who married John Day 22.Aug.1808 in Frederick County, Virginia.
  2. Lucinda (Lucy) Corder who married Richard Allen 23.May.1815 in Frederick County, Virginia.
  3. Morgan Corder who married Louisa King 15.Mar.1815 in Frederick County, Virginia.
  4. Sarah (Sally) Corder who married James Corder (s/o Joseph & Martha Corder) 18.Feb.1806 in Frederick County, Virginia.
  5. Alice (Elgie/Alsinda) Corder who married James Gold 09.Aug.1819 in Frederick County, Virginia.
  6. Nancy Ann Corder who married Littleton Ash 15.Oct.1811 in Frederick County, Virginia.
  7. Parkerson Corder who married Emeline Romine (widow of Harrison C. Brown).
  8. UNKNOWN Female
  9. UNKNOWN Female
  10. UNKNOWN Female

Children born to Benjamin D. Corder and his 2nd wife Mary A.

  1. Benjamin D. Corder who married Fanny C. Jenkins 03.Sep.1833 in Washington County, Kentucky.
  2. William H. Corder who married Luvina Peebles 23.Jan.1849 in Macoupin County, Illinois.
  3. Rueben Corder who married Martha Ann Shively presumed in Hart County, Kentucky.
  4. Elizabeth A. Corder who married John P. Attebery in an unknown location.
  5. James Corder who married Elizabeth Price 25.Mar.1844 presumed in Hart County, Kentucky.
  6. Joseph Corder who married Nancy Ellinder Price presumed in Hart County, Kentucky.
  7. John (Buck) Corder who married Elizabeth (Betsie) Caswell presumed in Hart County, Kentucky.
  8. Matthew Corder who married Mary Doty 21.Jul.1851 in Macoupin County, Illinios.
  9. Henry W. Corder who married Wilmoth Hodges presumed in Hart County, Kentucky.
  10. Mary Ellen Corder who married Richard Smith 14.Nov.1851 in Macoupin County, Illinois.

Thomas Corder (s/o William & Ann Corder) who was married to Nancy had at least 5 children.

  1. UNKNOWN Male
  2. Hannah Corder who married John Graves 14.Jul.1815 in Allen County, Kentucky.
  3. Mary Corder who married rather late in her life to Abraham A. Hendricks 12.Jan.1846 in Allen County, Kentucky.
  4. UNKNOWN Male
  5. Benjamin Randall Corder who married Malinda J. Durham 29.Aug.1832 in Allen County, Kentucky; and then to Mary Jane Jackson 25.Jan.1844 in Allen County, Kentucky.

This now brings us to the very early 1800's. "The first 100+ years".


FYI: I (Shawn Corder) personally descend from William & Alice Corder through their son William and Ann, who had Benjamin D. Corder. Benjamin D. Corder is my direct ancestor through his son Joseph Corder. Did you get all that? Basically... William & Alice Corder's great-grandson Joseph Corder is my direct ancestor.

Corder Genealogy

John and Patience Corder (surname currently unknown or unproven) had at least 4 sons. Some people have continued to use the surname of DUNLIN for this woman. This is purely incorrect and unproven, yet alone made up by someone who was paid to do research and made a mistake. Since then individuals continue to use an unproven surname for this woman. I wish everyone to stop using DUNLIN as her surname! If you can't prove it, don't use it! John and Patience Corder had lived in Fauquier County, Virginia most of their life. John Corder died 25.Sep.1760 in Fauquier County; to their union were born at least 4 sons that we are aware of:

  1. Joseph Corder
  2. John Corder
  3. William Corder
  4. James Corder

Joseph Corder (s/o John & Patience Corder) and his wife (name yet unknown or proven) had at least 5 children.

  1. Balaam Corder
  2. William Corder
  3. UNKNOWN Female
  4. UNKNOWN Male
  5. UNKNOWN Male

John Corder (s/o John & Patience Corder) married a woman by the name of Gracy. Her surname is yet unknown and unproven. This is purely incorrect and unproven, yet alone made up by someone who was paid to do research and made a mistake. Since then individuals continue to use an unproven surname for this woman. I wish everyone to stop using BARKER as her surname! If you can't prove it, don't use it! To this union were born at least 9 children that we are aware of:

  1. Baylis (Balius) Corder who married Parasaid Stone 18.Feb.1788 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
  2. Lewis Corder who married Marey Garner 04.Nov.1785 in Orange County, North Carolina.
  3. William Corder who married Mary Jones in an unknown location.
  4. Joel Corder who married Jane Anthony 15.Nov.1784 in Caswell County, North Carolina.
  5. Charity Corder who married Jarret Loyd 10.Oct.1810 in Sumner County, Tennessee.
  6. Solomon Corder who married Martha Brown 15.Feb.1818 in Wilson County, Tennessee.
  7. Elizabeth H. Corder who married James Anthony 07.Feb.1781 in Caswell County, North Carolina and later married a man by the name of Capt. Carthright.
  8. Shadrack Corder who married Nancy Anne Pigg somewhere in Virginia and then to Elizabeth Thomas 31.Jan.1822 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia.
  9. Piety Corder who married Robert Gazway

William Corder (s/o John & Patience Corder) married a woman by the name of Phoebe (Pheby); surname yet unknown or unproven. This particular William Corder died from his wounds from teh Battle of Eutaw sometime near Dec.1780. To their union were born at least 5 children:

  1. Hannah Corder who married William Parks 09.Mar.1798 in Caswell County, North Carolina.
  2. Mary (Polly) Corder married John Murphy 03.Feb.1803 in Casswell County, North Carolina.
  3. Sarah (Sally) Corder (no further information)
  4. Winneyford Corder married Charnel Hightower 17.Jan.1798 in Caswell County, North Carolina.
  5. Elizabeth (Betsy) Corder (no further information)

James Corder (s/o John & Patience Corder) married a woman by the name of Elizabeth George somewhere presumed in Virginia. To their union were born at least 4 children:

  1. William Corder (no further information)
  2. Nelly Corder who married William Day 24.Sep.1785 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
  3. Mima Corder (no further information)
  4. Elias Corder who married Anne Tapp 25.Dec.1792 in Culpeper County, Virginia.

NOTE: It is believed that the James Corder who married Elizabeth George is the son of John & Patience Corder. No proof has been found to help establish this connection. But DNA testing does help prove he is related to William Corder who was born circa 1702 as described in the other column.

Corder Genealogy

John Corder (29.Apr.1858-08.May.1912)
This particular John Corder's death certificate was found in St. Louis County, Missouri. We understand he was born in Germany, and his father was Her. H. Corder.


More Information::

NOTE: Recent DNA testing has been able to prove that the family lines of the following listed are somehow related very closely to one another:

  • William & Alice Corder
  • John Corder (father of James Corder who married Mary Felkins and John Corder who married Hannah Way)
  • John & Patience Corder
  • James Corder & Elizabeth Tipton
  • William Corder & Hannah Gaston

It is currently assumed that the families of Ephriam & Mary Corder and Morgan & Jenny Corder are very closely related to William Corder who married Hannah Gaston.

DNA testing needs to be performed on the following lines to help prove where they properly belong.

  • John Corder & Caty Utterback
  • William & Deborah Corder :: Shenandoah Co. VA area
  • Jonas Beahm & Mary Corder :: Page Co., VA area
  • Morgan & Jenny Corder
  • Ephriam & Mary Corder
  • William Corder & Lucinda (Lucy) Redmon
  • William Corder & Eliza Jane DeWitt
  • Benjamin & Mary (Polly) Corder :: Houston, GA area
  • Morgan D. & Nancy Corder :: Houston, GA area
  • Emilius G. & Sarah Corder
  • Cicero J. & Mary Corder:: Titus Co., TX area
  • James M. Corder & Eliza J. Thorn
  • Susan G. Corder & James H. Dugger
  • David & Elleanor Corder :: Wayne Co., KY area
  • Armstead & Mary Corder
  • Elias & Isabella Corder
  • Robert Corder & Elizabeth Winslow / Sarah A. Vanhorn / Louisa Beals.
  • James R. Corder & Elizabeth Murty :: Marshall Co., IA
  • William Thomas Corder & Mary Jane White
  • Newett C. Corder & Mary P. Harris
  • Nancy Narcissa Corder & Richard D. Pounds :: Gwinnett Co., GA area
  • Franky Corder & Daniel Blevins :: Whitley Co., KY
  • Benjamin Corder & Polly Neil :: Whitely Co., KY
  • Henry Corder & Caroline Wages
  • James C. Corder & Louisa Mortin
  • Christopher C. Corder & Almira Ayre / Mary Agnes Maher
  • Thomas L. Corder & Nancy Brogden & 2nd wife Louisa V.
  • and the list goes on and on.....
Corder Genealogy

Amos Thomas (Mos.) Corder & Jane Mansfield

Mos. Corder was found on the list of passengers taken on board the S.S. Bordeaux of the Cie Commercial De transports ivanpeu Francais where Reculoux is Master from the Port of Antwerp for New Orleans (April, 1884). Amos and Jane his wife with 4 of their children:

  1. Lonisa Corder (no further information)
  2. Sarah Corder (no further information)
  3. Julius Henry Corder married Mary Ellen Taylor and lived in the Dallas Co., TX area
  4. Ebenezar Corder married a woman by the name of Lillie and were last found in the 1900 Federal Census for Hill Co., TX.

Edward Corder (circa 1702-unknown)

This particular Edward Corder came to America for his crimes in England. It was reported that on 6.Dec.1721 he was arrested and tried at the Old Bailey where he pleaded not guilty "for I was drunk and knew not what I did". He was sentenced to Newgate Prison. He arrived on the Gilbert (ship) with 80 other convicts on 16.July.1722 at Annapolis, MD.

The "Town of Washington Monument" states (The Town of Washington Virginia The First Washington of All - Surveyed and Platted by George Washington with the assistance of John Lonem and Edward Corder, as chainmen August 4, 1749.).

To what we understand about Edward Corder born circa 1702 is that he was born in England and lived in Virginia. We have no way to prove his children's names but we assume that he had 2 sons:

  1. John Corder married Elizabeth Branson 12.mar.1764 in Frederick County, VA.
  2. Edward Corder married a woman by the name of Susannah. Her surname is yet to be determined and proven at this time.

John Corder and Elizabeth Branson appears to have 7 children born to them, but it is yet unproven that this is even correct. They are assumed as follows:

  1. Elinor Corder married John Huff 06.Oct.1782 in Botetourt Co., VA
  2. Orpha Corder married James Sears 31.Jul.1794 in Greene Co., TN
  3. Ruth Corder married Isaac Allen 02.Jul.1790 in Greene Co., TN
  4. Martha Corder married Jacob Job 05.Feb.1790 in Greene Co., TN
  5. Elijah Corder married Polly Glossup 04.Apr.1814 in Greene Co., TN and 2nd to a woman named Mrs. Elizabeth Conley. Her surname is yet to be determined and proven.
  6. Prisila Corder married Jesse Morrison 19.Jun.1819 in Greene Co., TN
  7. Ann Corder married David Fine most likely in Cocke Co., TN

Edward Corder born circa 1749 who married Susannah. Since a will or court document listing his children has never been found, so it's purely speculation at this point to help prove any of these descendants properly. So the below individuals believed to be descendants of Edward Corder are as follows in one way or another. By no means are the individuals listed below children of the union of Edward & Susannah Corder; this list only shows a possible relationship of some sort at this level of the tree.

  • Elijah Corder died circa 1807 of a rattle snake bite
  • Hannah Corder married Richard Runyon 07.Apr.1798 in Montgomery Co., VA
  • Susannah Corder married Rev. Edward Morgan 03.Mar.1791 in Montgomery Co., VA
  • Leah Corder married John Stobough 03.Nov.1787 in Montgomery Co., VA
  • Benjamin Corder married Rebecca Runyon 07.Apr.1798 in Montgomery Co., VA
  • William Corder married Rosanna Brumfield 13.Aug.1794 in Montgomery Co., VA
  • Stephen Corder married UNKNOWN and lived in Wayne Co., KY
  • Mary Corder married Thomas Cassidy 19.Jan..1797 in Montgomery Co., VA
  • Richard Corder married UNKNOWN and lived in Clairborne Co., TN and Campbell Co., TN
  • John C. Corder married Martha (Patsy) Allen 04.Jan.1826 in Wayne Co., KY
  • Gordin C. Corder married Jane C. Barrier 02.Sep.1841 in Wayne Co., KY
  • David Corder married Usley Jane (Neley) Gregory 26.Jun.1827 in Wayne Co., KY
  • Edward Corder married Elizabeth Perman 05.Oct.1837 in Johnson Co., MO
Laura & Elizabeth Henderson has a very good website that helps explain this family in more detail. Please feel free to browse to that site if you descend from any members of that line.

Corder Genealogy

These individuals are not listed in any particular order:
  • Corder Bartlett (s/o John Bartlett and Ann Belle Corder)
  • Draper Corder Foy (s/o Daniel C. Foy & Virginia A. (Jennie) Corder)
  • Corder Hue Weese (s/o Jacob Weese & Philadelphia Triplett)
  • Joseph Corder Benson (s/o John Benson & Sarah Corder)
  • Corder Stone (h/o Polly Mason)
  • Corder Stone (h/o Elizabeth Ford)
  • Corder Dale Stone (s/o Thomas Jefferson Stone & Hepsebah _______)
  • William Corder Alston (s/o Edley Alston & Annettie Corder)
  • Jane Corder Anthony (w/o Andrew McCartney Elston)
  • Lewis Corder Anthony (s/o James Anthony & Elizabeth Corder)
  • William Corder Bailey (s/o Archibald Bailey & Florella Corder)
  • Corder Clyde Baird (s/o Walter Jackson Baird & Ida Corder)
  • Corder Travis Brown (s/o Ollie Brown & Della Corder)
  • John Corder Bryant (s/o John Bryant & Francis Fulmer)
  • James Corder Cleek (s/o Vincent Corder Cleek & Julie Richeliu)
  • Vincent Corder Cleek (s/o Andrew Sitlington Cleek & Mary Virginia Corder)
  • John Corder Croswhite (s/o James Holloway Croswhite & Kate Ethel Corder)
  • George Corder Disman (s/o John William Slaten Disman & Daisy Dean Corder)
  • Lewis Corder Gasaway (s/o Robert Gazway & Piety Corder)
  • Martin Corder Goodwin (s/o James William Goodwin & Evangeline Corder)
  • Hannah Corder Hindman (d/o Robert Chapman Hindman & Susan Ann Nance)
  • Annie Corder Huff (d/o Leonard Corder Huff & Martha Louise Meriweather)
  • Leonard Corder Huff (s/o John Huff & Elinor Corder)
  • Lawrence Corder Huff (s/o Leonard Corder Huff & Martha Louise Meriweather)
  • Jesse Corder Jenkins (s/o Henry & Mary Ann Jenkins)
  • Lenelen Corder Johnson (s/o Arthur Andrew Johnson & Betty Bennetth Corder)
  • Corder G. Paulson (s/o Hans Paulsen & Susan Terra Corder)
  • Kenneth Corder Piner (h/o Loucile Casebier)
  • Corder Samuel Reynolds (s/o Samuel Morehead Reynolds & Rovilla Ann Corder)
  • Corder Samuel Scotten (s/o William elmer Scotten & Annie Lucile Reynolds)
  • Nathan Corder Steele (s/o William Steele & Nannie Corder)
  • Corder Stratton (s/o James Edward Stratton & Minnie Lee Corder)
  • Joe Corder Vaden (s/o Ferris Edgar Vaden & Mary Corder)
  • John Corder Wilson (s/o Hamilton Wilson & Rovilla Corder)
  • William Corder Wilson (s/o Charles Wilson & Roberta Lee Corder)
  • Iris Corder James (s/o Samuel Jackson James & Manierva Jane Laster)
  • Joseph Corder Bush (s/o Millard Fillmore Bush & Sarah Ellen Heckert)
  • James E. Corder & Mary M. Knight / Hannah Bell ______ :: Frederick County, VA area
  • Monte Corder Catlette (s/o John W. Catlette & Rosa Lee Corder)
  • Lee Corder Isom (s/o Glady Mary Corder)
  • Corder Fine (h/o Elizabeth "Betsey" Journey) :: St. Louis Co., MO area

As you can see, there are many CORDER first and middle names found, but there are yet to be more found I'm sure!

Corder Genealogy

These individuals are not listed in any particular order, but are of individuals that are still alive and well:

  • Joseph C. & Martha Corder's family has been thouroughly researched by Lyle K. Corder. The surname has not been discovered for Joseph's wife, and has been disproved the surname of HARDESTY. His countless hours of researching the Corder surname and seperating the surname of Carder in WV has been his largest challenge. Thank you Lyle for all that you have done for the descendants of this family line. 20+ years

  • John Corder and Katherine (Caty) Utterback famliy has been throuroughly researched by Floyd & Marilyn Corder. We are still attempting to find the clues on who the father is of John Corder, however that mystery is still out there to be found. Their countless hours of researching OH and WV records to complete this family line is remarkable. Thank you Floyd & Marilyn Corder for all that you have done for the descendants of this family line.

  • John & Patience Corder family has been very throuroughly researched by Claude & Estelle Corder. The surname of Patience has not been properly proven, so that bit of information goes yet undiscovered. Some people have continued using Dunlin or versions of that, but that information is completely incorrect. These two individuals have helped countless individuals over the past 30+ years in following the right path of their lineage. Thank you Estelle Corder and her late husband Claude for all the travels, letters, and everything that you have done for descendants of this family line. However others have also helped in this family line, they are as follows: (Pam Brown, Robert Taylor, Jason Corder, Charla Murphy, Nolan Hyder Corder, Kim Peek, Terri Austin McCullough, Mary Elizabeth Collins).

  • The John and Hannah Corder family branch of the William and Alice Corder family line has been thoroughly researched. Robert G. "Bob" Corder is collecting and researching information on this line; he also rewrote a book on that family in 1978, a copy of which is in the D.A.R. and the S.A.R. libraries.  He has since performed research spanning over 30 years on the various Corder families in the United States.... and the research continues.   

  • Benjamin D. Corder and his two families has been throuroughly researched by Shawn Corder and a group of descendants that have worked on this family line very hard. This group includes the following names that I remember (Karen Austin, Kathy Lady, Helen E. Cooley, Denney Gaines, and Brenda Steele). I will not take the credit for this family line, but as a group we worked very hard together to understand and correct so many items.

  • Edward Corder has a list of researchers that continue to work very hard on this large family that came from England. The list I have in front of me I'm sure doesn't even capture the individuals that have assisted in this research. They are as follows: Charlene Michel, Beulah Faye Fields, Laura Henderson 20+ years, Dawn Corder, Ann Walker, Tara Farris, Annette Schmidt.

NOTE: As information continues to be found for this website, it will be updated as properly needed. However, if something is left out, it was not intended to be overlooked. We are thankful for everyone that shares what they know. However, with good genealogy, it's important to stick to the facts and not what is found on the Internet, because.. it might not be correct, or even the right family line.

Thank you EVERYONE for making this project a huge success!

With the myFTDNA website (Family Tree DNA), it has helped with scientific testing that the following family lines are somehow directly connected to one another - but yet to be properly discovered. They could be cousins, they could be brothers, they could be 2nd cousins. We may never find out. But we sure did a good job over the past 100 years trying to find out!

NOTE: If the information you see is not here, do not be discouraged, there is a very good possibility that I have already done research on your family line and it is not posted on this site as of yet. Please send a research request located in the upper right corner of this page.

I have also created a PDF file that is available that helps show the relationships of the R1b1 Haplogroup of the William Corder born circa 1703. I have not created such a document as of yet for the Edward Corder line(s) from England

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