Corn, William Davis (b. 1890, d. ?)
Death: --Not Shown--
Death: 2 OCT 1937
Death: --Not Shown--
Note: Although quite young at the time has been acknowledged as the one who cut
the words and dates on the tome stone of John Peter(2). she was one of
the best rock-masons in the county.
.Judson College, made the pillars, stones for the Crystal Springs Hotel
near Jump Off, above Laurel Park.
More info in Asheville Library. written by Clarence Goode, "Women Who
Were Important in Henderson county's Past"- here it lists her work as the
"Contributing her talents, which were not scholastic But yet
considerable, was Eliza Corn, Stone cutter, who did much of the work on
the pillars supporting the portico of Judson College and whose work is
said to be the lettering on the gravestone of the Revolutionary Solider,
John Peter Corn, in Ebenezer Cemetery."
Wife of J.P. Corn.. we trust our loss to be her gain
That with Christ she has gone to reign
Weep not, she is not dead, but sleepeth.
back side of stone
Her occupation was cutting and she followed it over
50 years and was the finest in her day.
Death: 8 JUL 1909 Ebenezer Church Cemetery, Henderson Co., NC
Death: 11 APR 1919 Buncombe Co., NC, buried in Ebenezer Cemetary, Henderson Co., NC
Death: 13 DEC 1921 Ebenezer Church Cemetery, Henderson Co., NC
Note: cut and quarried rocks, along Howard Gap Rd.
Had a team of mules and used them to haul the rocks off Holbert mountain,
along Clear Creek and on to town and other places. "This team of mules
was so fast and strong that Quary, the oldest son of Walter, could not
stop them. It was necessary then to put the team behind another team so
when the front one stopped, they would have to stop too."
Death: 7 OCT 1906 Ebenezer Church Cemetery, Henderson Co., NC
Note: Lula was a remarkable lady in that she taught school in a log school
house that stood where Ebenezer Church now stands and others that taught
there were her sis Ella and a well known native, and later a Judge, Mr.
James Shipman. She raised an invalid son for 61 years and herself lived
to be 102. she was up until her death very active.
Death: 9 FEB 1976
Death: 1946 Buncombe Co., NC, buried Ebenezer Cemetary, Henderson Co.
Death: 26 NOV 1972
Note: served in WWII
"Funeral services were held for Oscar Henry Corn, 61 yrs old carpenter
who died on Saturday at Mountain Sanitarium were held this afternoon at 4
o'clock from the Ebenezer Church with Rev. S. F. Huntly and Rev I. H.
Greer officiating. Mr. Corn was a native of Henderson County son of Henry
Clay and Nancy Stepp. Survived by his wife Mrs. Mary Holbert Corn and
following children; Marion Henry of DC, Arthur Ray, Mrs. Lee Miller, Mrs.
Theodore Pace, Miss Hazel Corn, Mrs Charles Schellinger, PFC Walter Oscar
of Camp Bulner and Pvt. Charles Corn of Ft. Meade, Md.
Also survived by six sister: Messrs.Baxter Lanning of Asheville, Will
Holbert, Hugh A. Brevard, L.H. Newman, G.S. Holbert, J. H. Garren and
Death: 29 JUL 1944 Ebenezer Church Cemetery, Henderson Co., NC
Death: 28 OCT 1958 Ebenezer Church Cemetery, Henderson Co., NC
Death: 14 FEB 1953 Ebenezer Church Cemetery, Henderson Co., NC
Note: Rev. serves at times at Ebenezer Baptist Church
Death: 30 SEP 1980
Death: 3 JUN 1963
Note: William Ezra Corn, 49, of Rt. 5 Hendersonville, died Wednesday November
13, 1974. A native of Spartanburg, SC he was a sewing machine mechanic
and a member of Welford Baptist Church.
Surviving are the widow Mrs. Margaret McCullough Corn, two sons, William
Terry of Spartanburg, SC and Roy Jeffery of Welford, a daughter Miss
Roseann Corn of Welford; three brothers Eury "Bud" Corn of Mountain Home,
Richard Corn of Brightwater Heights, and Lenell Corn of Hendersonville,
and Mrs. Earline Ledford of mountain Home, also a grandson.
Services will be held at 3 PM Friday in Chapel-in-the-Pines of Jackson
Funeral Home. The Rev. Harold Kckinnish will officiate. burial will be
Shepherd Memorial Park.
Death: 13 NOV 1974
Death: 17 FEB 1969 Vietnam, Shepherds Cemetary
Death: 3 MAY 1970
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