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Crosby, Howard Lee (b. 1899, d. 1983)

Death: 1983

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Crosby, Geneva Maxine (b. 1929, d. 1929)
Death: 1929

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McDearman, Jottye (b. , d. ?)
Note: Tennessee The Volunteer State Vol 3
On the 6th of June, 1911, was celebrated the marriage of Mr. Hurt to Miss
Jottye McDearman, a daughter of Creed T. and Emma (Chambers) McDearman,
the former a native of Virginia and the latter of Tennessee. To the union
of Mr. and Mrs. Hurt three children have been born: Fred Raymond, Jr.,
whose birth occurred in 1912; 745

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Hurt, Fred Raymond (b. , d. ?)
Note: FRED RAYMOND HURT.
Fred Raymond Hurt, cashier of the Peoples Savings Bank & Trust Company,
is one of Halls' representative young business men. A native of this
community, his birth occurred on the 3d of May, 1888, a son of George
Whitfield and Addie Elizabeth (Wright) Hurt, the former a native of
Kentucky and the latter of Tennessee. Upon the outbreak of the Civil war
George Whitfield Hurt enlisted in the Confederate army and was taken
prisoner early in the conflict. He was confined in a Federal prison in
Paducah, Kentucky, until exchanged. He is now living retired in Halls,
and is one of the most beloved and respected citizens of this community.
Mrs. Hurt died in 1903. To their union five boys and three girls were
born. Two of the girls are deceased.
In the acquirement of his early education Fred Raymond Hurt attended the
common schools at Halls and subsequently entered a business college in
Memphis. Upon the completion of that course he returned to Halls and made
his initial step into the banking business. In 1918 he was elected
cashier of the Peoples Savings Bank & Trust Company, which office he now
holds. He has made many friends for the institution and is discharging
the many duties devolving upon him to the complete satisfaction of all.
On the 6th of June, 1911, was celebrated the marriage of Mr. Hurt to Miss
Jottye McDearman, a daughter of Creed T. and Emma (Chambers) McDearman,
the former a native of Virginia and the latter of Tennessee. To the union
of Mr. and Mrs. Hurt three children have been born: Fred Raymond, Jr.,
whose birth occurred in 1912; Francis Glynn, born in 1915; and David
Harold, born in 1917. Mrs. Hurt is a woman of culture and refinement and
is prominent in the club and social circles of Halls.
Politically Mr. Hurt gives his endorsement to the democratic party and
the principles for which it stands. His religious faith is that of the
Baptist church and he is a generous contributor to its support. He is
essentially a public-spirited citizen and is active in the furtherance of
every movement for civic development. He has twice served as a member of
the county school board.

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Corn, Samuel (b. , d. ?)
Note: Samuel Corn Sr. conveying 170 acres of land to son Samuel Cor Jr. 1820
Patrick County, VA.
Samuel Jr and wife Mary selling the same land in 1844, this is the year
that Samuel and Mary
moved to Mo.

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Corn, John (b. , d. ?)
Note: Samuel conveys to son John 170 parcel of land in 1820.

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Cobb, James (b. 22 AUG 1849, d. 3 JUL 1915)
Death: 3 JUL 1915 Keavy Ky, Knox County (Corn Grove Cemetary)

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Cobb, John R (b. , d. ?)
Note: Descendant of Venturey Cobb of Lincoln Co., NC and the family was widely
known in states as far west as Texas and Kansas

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Cobb, Mathew (b. 9 APR 1876, d. 4 AUG 1957)
Death: 4 AUG 1957

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Cobb, Sarrah (b. 14 NOV 1877, d. 19 DEC 1958)
Death: 19 DEC 1958

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Cobb, Silas (b. 17 SEP 1879, d. 19 JAN 1956)
Death: 19 JAN 1956

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Cobb, Frank (b. 12 MAY 1886, d. 24 DEC 1965)
Death: 24 DEC 1965

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Cobb, Steve (b. 9 FEB 1888, d. 16 FEB 1962)
Death: 16 FEB 1962

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Cobb, Nuey (b. 13 OCT 1894, d. 1980)
Death: 1980

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Cobb, Mary Ida (b. 10 APR 1897, d. 13 JUN 1974)
Death: 13 JUN 1974

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Eaton, Thomas Milford (b. , d. ?)
Note: a contractor
He and his wife May Ida Cobb Eaton spent their married life in Keavy Ky.,
except for a short period of time, when as a small girl they went by
covered wagon to Oklahoma. One sister did remain in Oklahoma and married
there, but Mary Ida came back to Ky.

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Gambrel, Euleen (b. , d. ?)
Note: Hamilton OH.

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Eaton, Cecil Edgar (b. --Not Shown--)
Note: Had been a carpenter and building contractor, and active in the V.F.W.
and American Legion, he being Commander of the V.F.W. and both are
members of the First Baptist Church in Clermont, Fl., where they moved
in 1946.

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Corn, Minnie Pearl (b. 1875, d. 7 NOV 1962)
Death: 7 NOV 1962

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Corn, Doctor Dock Mitchell Leander (b. 12 MAR 1880, d. 30 NOV 1948)
Note: Painter by profession
.
Dec 12 1926 issue of the Hendersonville News
.
"Mrs Florence Corn, age 40, wife of Dock Corn, was instantly killed earyl
Thursday when a shot gun being carried by a 17 year old son was
accidentally discharged. The accident occured at the home of the family
on the Edneyville Road about 6 miles from Hendersonville. Eight children
beside the son of the family, the youngest being less tan a year old,
survive. She was Miss Florence Vaughn."
.
Dock M. Corn, 68 a native of Henderson Co. and a painter by profession,
died at his home in the Blue Ridge section Tuesday night, following a
long illness. The funeral service will be held at the Moore's Grove
methodist Church Thursday, at 3:30 PM w3ith the Rev. L.K, Holbert and the
Rev. Cyatt officiating with burial in the church cemetary. Pall bearers
will be Clyde Walker, Francis Swann, Vance Newman, Vernon Hudson and
Albert and Will Vaughn.
He is survived by six daughters- Mrs. A.J. Newman and Misses Davolle and
Eloise Corn of Hendersonville; Mrs. L.J. Goode and Miss Ellen Corn of
Asheville and Mrs. Clyde Jones of Portland Ore; also three sons, Lloyd,
Wentford and Roy Corn of Hendersonville, 12 grandchildren and..
Death: 30 NOV 1948

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