Corn, Ann Heatherly (b. --Not Shown--)
Note: Graduate of Miller high School Macon Ga., Stephens College Columbia Mo.
Addresss in 1958 607 College St., Macon, Ga
Note: Lovick was in the Navy during WWII attaining the rank of Lt.
Graduate of UNC, 3 yrs Navy WWII, Lt Commander of Ship APC. Ex.2
address 1958 1822 Park Dr., Columbus Ga.
Note: San Francisco, Ca. investment Banker w/Kidder,Peabody, and Co.
140 Montgomery St. SF, Ca.
attended UNC, grad of Mercer Macon Ga
WWII Ensign, 3 yrs on L.S.T. 999
1860 Jackson St., San Franscisco Ca. address in 1959
Note: Graduate of Lanier High School, Macon, Ga, University of Ga., served WWII
in Army Air Corp, owner of Mossy Hill Farm, Perry Ga., Main crop peaches.
Note: Also known as Betty
Graduate of Columbus High School, Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga.
Note: graduated from Williams College and took graduate work at George
US Coast Gurad North Africa, Tripoli, Libya. He was attached to the Voice
of America Ship and they lived on the Isle of Rhodes for a year. Jim is
now a political analyst for the US Army Staff Group, officed at the
Note: Completed High School at Commerce Ga., 2 years at the University of Ga.,
taught school 2 years, Civil Engineer 3 years with construction of the
Tallulah Falls R.R., cashier of the Bank of Hiawassee 2 years, the years
as Cashier of the Bank of Hamilton, Ga., 20 yrs as merchant in Maysville,
Ga., and 3 years with State Hwy. Hamilton, Ga., Retired at 65 and died at
his home in Maysville.
Note: completed high school at Maysville, Ga. One year at University of Ga., 3
1/2 years overseas in WWII with 4 bronze service stars for battles in S.
Pacific. Now connected with Gainsville Tire Co., Gainsville Ga.
Note: completed high school Maysville, Ga. She recieved her B.S. Degree in Home
Economics at University of Ga. 1940. Taught Home Economics 12 years.
Death: 1 DEC 1918
Death: 26 DEC 1884
Death: 27 FEB 1932
Note: family tradition has this John Adam in the Civil War where he died His
only son was raised
by the grandparents Alfred E. and Nancy Corn
Death: 14 MAY 1864
Note: appear in 1850 census in Buncombe Co., NC, no children
appear in 1860 census in Walker Co., Georgia
Death: 28 APR 1907 Easterly TX
Death: FEB 1896
Note: Confederate Army and served through the remainder of the war. He was
wounded three times and these wounds resulted in much suffering in later
life. Seven daughters were born to this union
Death: 17 AUG 1935 Confederate Veteran, died at home of a daughter, Bowen Cementery
Note: William A. Corn 83, died at the home of a daughter Mrs. Tom bowman at
Rudby this morning at 4:35 o'clock after an illness of some time. Funeral
services will be held on Saturday afternoon from the Tom Shepherd Funeral
Home at 2 o'clock and burial will follow at Rugby. Pall bearers will be
selected from neighbors and friends. Mr. Corn was a native of Henderson
Co. and had farmed most of his life. He is survived by eight children:
Mrs. bowman of Rugby, Mrs. W.S. Rolph of Greensboro, Mrs Inez Guice of
Asheville, D.A., M>C>, W.M. all of Hendersonville and Grover Cleveland of
Greenville, (SC) and W.F. of Brevard. He is also survived by one brother
Frank Corn of Hendersonville and three sisters- Mrs. Drury Clark, Mrs.
Sally McHam of Hendersonville and Mrs. John Hawkins of Greer, S.C.
"G.C. Corn(Grover Cleveland) son of W. A. Corn of this County, who is
connected with the Greenville Fire Dept. has sent his father an account
of some of the quick work of this area."
Death: 3 JAN 1936 Mill Pond Cemetary
Death: 12 SEP 1933 Mill Pond Cemetary
Note: Was a rock mason and a farmer
The funeral service for Frank M. Corn, 86, who died Saturday at his home
on RFD 5, will be conducted Tuesday at 4 PM at Balfour Baptist Church. He
had been in bad health for sometime.
The Rev.Carl Blythe, Otto Parham and WC Huntley will officate at the
service and burial will be in Mill Pond Cemetery with Furman McCarson,
Ben Raines, Cletus Pressley, Dan Lyda, Edgar Justus and Clyde Fetner as
pall bearers. Surviving are his wife, four daughters: Mrs. Mamie Odum of
Balfour, Mrs. Della Huggins of Flat Rock, Mrs. Louise Whitaker of RFD 5
and Mrs. Mae Summey of Biltmore. Three sons- Fred of Hendersonville, Paul
of Akron, Ohio and guy of Balfour. Two sisters, Mrs. Teenie Hawkins of
Landrum, SC and Mrs. Sallie McHam of Hooper's Creek; 15 grandchildren and
8 great grandchildren.
Death: 3 JUN 1950 Mill Pond Cemetary
Note: Always known as S.S.
Death: 2 JUN 1902 accident on the ralroad in Taccoa, GA, buried in Ebenezer Cemetery, Henderson Co. NC
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