Might as well send you the rest of your line. Charles Callen is first heard of in a deed in York Co PN in 1783. Charles and his wife Alice Cowgill Callen received money from the will of her father Henry Cowgill and his wife Alice (Payne) Cowgill.Charles and Alice apparently went to VA because census records show their son Henry Callen was born in VA in 1786.Charles & Alice appear to have gone to Jefferson or Knox TN in 1794 according to 1850 census records. Charles died May 20, 1825; Alice died 7 months later on Dec 20, 1825 both probably buried in Jefferson Co TN. Ch: Henry b Nov 30, 1786; Archibald b1794; Mary Polly; Cassandra; Annie b 22 Mar 1797; Charles; Edward b.May 5, 1799; Elizabeth; Edward/Charles Callen: born in TN On Mar 11, 1824 in Knox Co TN married Patsy Martha Cates b Jan 15, 1800.He was of Scotch-Irish ancestry and she of German...Grandfather Callen was a large and rugged man, and lived to be about 70 years old. Edward died Dec 27, 1871 and is buried in New Hope Cemetery in Appanoose Co, Iowa.Martha died May 18, 1881. Ch: Martin; Pryor Lee Callen b Sept 1827; Marshall M. b1827; William Preston b 25 Apr 1830; Harriet b1832; Caroline b Feb 28, 1834; Cordelia b1839; John R. b1838 died May 25, 1863 during civil war; Tamsay b1842 Iowa.
Well, this finishes your research of your Callen lines? Ain't this email great?Bill Morrow of Oklahoma