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Loggins, Martha Minerva (b. 22 FEB 1872, d. 22 APR 1920)

Death: 22 APR 1920

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Corn, Thomas Jefferson (b. 30 SEP 1899, d. 25 JUN 1937)
Death: 25 JUN 1937

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Corn, Silas Andrew (b. 1 MAY 1901, d. 4 MAR 1956)
Death: 4 MAR 1956

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Corn, Elsie (b. 4 DEC 1905, d. 18 APR 1952)
Death: 18 APR 1952

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Corn, Robert Lee (b. 19 MAY 1910, d. 3 JUL 1910)
Death: 3 JUL 1910

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Lewellen, Bertie Bell (b. 18 JUN 1899, d. 3 JAN 1944)
Death: 3 JAN 1944

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Stevens, Reba (b. , d. 13 APR 1945)
Death: 13 APR 1945

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Corn, Silas Andrew (b. --Not Shown--)
Note: Navy Petty Officer

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Corn, John William (b. --Not Shown--)
Note: In Marines

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Leach, Andrew Columbus (b. 17 OCT 1911, d. 27 NOV 1948)
Note: much of this family appeared first in the book compiled by Clyde Everett
Corn of
Vancouver Washington in 1954 entitled History of the Corn Families U.S.A.
Death: 27 NOV 1948

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Cook, Jane R (b. , d. ?)
Note: sister to Nancy Tabitha Cook who married Jesse's brother Alfred

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Corn, Rachel (b. 29 OCT 1844, d. 6 MAR 1883)
Death: 6 MAR 1883

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Corn, John A. (b. 10 FEB 1847, d. 4 SEP 1935)
Note: Rev. was a retired minister of the Baptist church
in 1900 census for Washington Co. Ark we find John A and wife Hulda
Hard shell Baptist with a head so hard the Devil couldn't crack
Death: 4 SEP 1935 Morris OK

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Corn, Margaret Jane (b. 12 APR 1849, d. 3 MAY 1849)
Death: 3 MAY 1849

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Corn, Cyrus B. (b. 13 MAY 1851, d. ?)
Note: Rev.

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Corn, James Harvey (b. 19 JUL 1852, d. 21 APR 1941)
Note: Rev.
Grandpa became a licensed preacher in 1881 and ordained in 1882, on
Martin's Creek, NC. He held other pastorates- one at Mobile and mineral
Bluff, GA 1884-1888; Zion Hill, TN in 1885-1893; Liberty and Hopewell,
NC. 1890-1893; Smyrna and Highlandville, 1897-1898 and in Antioch,
Missouri 1899. Then from 1920 until his death he was the minister at
Calvary Baptist Church in Baker, Oregon. His ministry covered a period of
56 years and he baptized more than 600 persons in his service to the
church. He was a member of the Masonic and Odd Fellows Lodges, which also
made him one of the boys. The Masonic Rites were given at his funeral,
and his death was a blot many of the residents of his adopted city and
state: some having known him most of their lives. He was an avid
collector - not of money- but of friends! 'I never had a dollar in my
life, but I'll wager no man ever had more fun than I have had. '
.
The local newspaper in Baker Oregon was more than kind to this dearly
beloved Baptist minister. At the time of his death it reported "he was
generous to a fault and yet seemed to derive more enjoyment from giving
than anything else. he gave his children a sincere peace of mind and did
the same for many of those he knew. His services to the community can
never be reckoned in dollars, it has been said, but they can be reckoned
in "sense".
Death: 21 APR 1941

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Corn, Nancy C. (b. 30 DEC 1853, d. 13 DEC 1854)
Death: 13 DEC 1854

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Martin, Sarah E (b. , d. ?)
Note: sister of James Harvey's wife

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Corn, Jesse Frank (b. 26 JAN 1859, d. ?)
Note: Rev.

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Corn, Martha M. (b. 6 APR 1861, d. 10 JUN 1961)
Death: 10 JUN 1961 Portland Or

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