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Corn, Mary Susan (b. 1858, d. 1932)

Death: 1932

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Corn, Peter (b. , d. ?)
Note: Looking for Peter and Ann CORN of Scioto Co., Ohio (southern-central Ohio
bordering Kentucky) of c. 1800. Are they connected to George Corn family
of Mercer Co., KY, or Mathew Corn family of VA? In 1804, Peter and Ann
sold land in Nicholas Co., KY, which had previously been willed to Peter
and Ann by William Trousdale [Ann's maiden name?], to Thomas Endicott,
Jr.
scttfoster@@aol.com

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Corn, John Francis Avery (b. 21 JAN 1881, d. ?)
Death: --Not Shown--

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Ladd, Delilah Ann (b. 7 JAN 1875, d. 6 AUG 1962)
Death: 6 AUG 1962 Middleton, Canyon Co., Idaho

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Corn, James W. (b. 1883, d. 1956)
Note: you are looking for a James Corn, My grandfather was James W. Corn
1883-1956 in lawrence county, Ironton OH. buried in Willow wood OH,
Greasy ridge rt 775 in OH.
I am looking for my great grandfather who might be James Corn of 1850.
Don't know yet
wrote to Briggs Library in Ironton. A lady by the name of Marta sent me a
copy out of a book call the callicoat connections. Has a corn family
history in it. Might be of some help.
mike corns,
my father changed the spelling of our last name.
mcorns@@nsmayport.spear.navy.mil
.
Mike, Would appreciate anything you might find out re; James. I think he
could have been a child of John Ripley Corn son of George Corn. George
was the 1st tosettle in Ohio and he brought 10 of his children with him
in abt 1814 according to a Ironton Jackson Co., OH newspaper article.
John R Corn was listed as a voter in the 1st election in that area in
1816. George his Grandson, the son of Peter, named Pleasant changed the
spelling to Corns also.
Death: 1956 Willow wood OH, Greasy ridge rt 775 in OH

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Corn, Jesse (b. , d. 1875)
Death: 1875 in Towns County, GA, in the Jesse Corn cemetary....located on a knoll, above the old race track, on the east side of Road #635

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Sr, Howard Martin Corn (b. , d. ?)
Note: My children are descendents of Solomon
Smith Corn also. Our Corns entered Indian
Territory before it became a State. Also,
there is a Corn, Oklahoma where some of
the family lived at one time. But, the ones
we are from settled around the eastern
Oklahoma town of Tahlequah, and
Westville. Howard Martin Corn Sr.
my childlren's grandfather was married to
a Susie Venable in Georgia. She is buried
near Tahlequah, Oklahoma. He was
married at least two more times.

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Venable, Susie (b. , d. ?)
Death: --Not Shown--

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Clinton, Minnie Corn (b. , d. ?)
Note: Janie, my grandmother Minnie (Corn) Clinton was Howard's brother. I am
gathering information on all descendants of James Bly Corn. Please send
info to:
Rt. 2 Box 73A, Independence, KS 67301

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Corn, James Bly (b. , d. ?)
Note: Susie died in 1895 and James Bly Corn remarried a couple of years later
to Loutitia Vaugh. There were several children from this marriage

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Corn, Susie Venable (b. , d. 1895)
Death: 1895

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Corn, Frank Alexnder (b. 17 APR 1887, d. 15 JAN 1969)
Death: 15 JAN 1969

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Corn, Minnie Lee (b. 11 FEB 1891, d. 9 DEC 1969)
Death: 9 DEC 1969

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Corn, Howard Martin (b. 28 MAR 1893, d. ?)
Note: My first husband was Howard Martin
Corn, Jr. His father was son of James B
and Susie Venable Corn. James B. was
married the third time, no children from
last marriage.
I knew Frank and his wife; but, the ones
I knew best was Uncle Charley and Aunt
Marthey, (Charles and Martha). They
did not have any children, but were a
precious couple. I can't remember when
they died

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Corn, Edward (b. , d. ?)
Note: I found this on the computer @@ FHL in SLC. If anyone is interested, you
can probably order the film through your local FHC. Or if you're close
enough to Petersburg IN-----
FILM--1435480 TITLE--Corn families of Pike Co., Indiana/(Col. George
Byers) NOTES--In family records collection/Barrett Memorial Library
(petersburg, Indiana). Corn---Microfilm of typescript and ms. collection
(photocopy, (16) leaves).
CONTENTS--Contains family group sheets and correspondence.
Mary Matthews
Death: --Not Shown--

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Corn, Phoebe (b. , d. ?)
Note: When browsing in VA Wills & Administrations, etc. I found a PHEBE cORN,
dau. of LUCY CORN,being bound out by the Church Warden of Dale Parrish,
Chesterfield Co, VA 4 Dec 1778. LUCY CORN is probably also the mother of
MATTHEW and ROBERT CORN, who are bound out in 1774. There were also a few
other CORN children bound out in Dale Parish. This is probably all one
family. Obviously LUCY CORN is a widow, b. abt 1720's, who was left with
a large family of minor children. Does anyone have any idea who LUCY
CORN's husband could have been?? Also, in 1782, PHEBE CORN has a
complaint in court abt JOHN STEWART REDFORD, to whom she is apprenticed.
notes Mary Matthews

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Corn, Edward (b. 1783, d. 1813)
Death: 1813

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Corn, Andrew (b. 1778, d. 1846)
Death: 1846

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Corn, William (b. 1786, d. 1828)
Death: 1828

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Corn, David (b. 1790, d. 1844)
Death: 1844

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