Clarissa A. Moore b. 24 Jun 1859 Arkansas d. 11 Jun 1941 at home in Greasy Valley Married: 9 Dec 1883 Buried: Moore Cemetery, Logan Co., AR Father: John Moore Mother: Martha Caroline Johnson
Husband: Porter L. Corley b. 17 Aug 1854 Johnson Co., Arkansas d. 24 May 1911 Greasy Valley, Logan Co., AR Buried: Moore Cemetery, Logan Co., AR Father: John Corley Mother: Cynthia "Athy" Box
Sherman L. Corley b. 18 Mar 1884 Greasy Valley, Logan Co., AR/Valley, Carroll Co., AR d. 21 Jun 1969 Married: 26 Jan 1917 Logan Co., AR Buried: Moore Cemetery, Subiaco, Logan Co., AR (see below link: Allpin Cemetery)
Wife: Nellie I. Wright b. 26 Nov 1898 AR d. 6 Jan 1994 [110 y.o.] Rising Star, Eastland Co., TX (ssdi:TX) Buried: Tahoka Cemetery, Tahoka, Lynn Co., TX Father: John R. Wright Mother: Sarah C. X
Eva Adeline Corley b. 3 Jan 1888 Greasy Valley, Logan Co., AR d. 3 Nov 1980 Manhattan, Riley Co., KS Buried: Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK
Husband: James T. Bramlett b. 20 Dec 1885 d. 1967 Buried: Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK Father: James Monroe Bramlett Mother: Narcissa Adeline Crawford
Orval Corley b. 8 Jun 1889 Greasy Valley, Logan Co., AR d. 16 Jun 1891 Buried: Moore Cemetery, Logan Co., AR
Lucy Corley b. 20 Oct 1891 Greasy Valley, Logan Co., AR d. 27 Sep 1902 Buried: Moore Cemetery, Logan Co., AR
1860 Federal Census, Clark Township, Johnson Co., AR:
Corley, John, 52, GA, farmer, $360-$500
Columbus, 15, MS
Porter, 5, AR
1870 Federal Census, Clark Township, Johnson Co., AR:
Corley, Atha, 46, SC
Porter L., 15, AR
James M., 14, AR
Robert T., 11, AR
Eva Adeline Corley husband, James was a barber and they made their home in Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK. Eva taught school in Logan Co., AR for several years. In 1915, she stayed with Jack and Emma Corley taught at Walnut Grove. If the county teachers meeting was in Booneville, she came to Jack's home to go with him. If it was at Paris, AR, he stayed at her home in Greasy Valley and went with her.
When Eva taught at Corley she was very close friends with the Reynolds family.
Eva and Jim had one son, Jimmy Bramlett. He and his wife lived in Manhattan, Riley Co., KS.
John Corley & Cynthia Athy Box had settled on Flat Top Mountain, north of Mount Magazine with 80 acres, SW ¼, Section 3, township 6, north range 25 west 27th Feb. 1860. Porter Corley sold the land on the 10th Dec 1877 to Milo Holister (land South of Corley Springs, Mount Magazine). Corley community and cemetery was named for John Corley.
John Corley served in the Union Army and was killed by bushwhackers on 10th May 1864. He was hanged near Cove Lake.
1870 USFC: Porter L. Corley, b. abt 1855. residence: Johnson Co., AR
1880 USFC: Porter Corley b. abt 1855 AR residence: Short Mountain, Logan Co., AR
1900 USFC: Porter L. Corley W: Clarisa
1900 USFC: Nellie J. Wright b. 1898 residence: Carroll Co., AR
1910 USFC: Porter L. Corley b. 1855 W: Clascy (as written) A., residence: Logan Co., AR
Child of Eva A. Corley & James T. Bramlett: Jimmy Bramlett.