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Tom Cornell (#46807860)
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RE: Many thanks

I am guessing that the original poster got her information from the OH Headstone Inscription book for the Lorain County cemeteries. Also, there are many headstones that are illegible, so maybe he does have a headstone, but I didn't find one.

When I get out to the cemetery again, I'll try to contact James Sheffield (440-775-7147) to find out where he may have been buried. Mr. Sheffield has helped me in the past.

Added by Linda on May 26, 2014 10:56 AM
RE: Albert W. Cornell, Rome Center

Regarding your question:

In the 1840 fed census for Lenawee county there is a Charles Cornell with 6 people living in his household. In the 1850 census Charles is said to be born in NY and Hannah in Connecticut.

In the 1860 fed census neither Albert or Charles are found, and Hannah died before that census. Can't read the Mother's name on Albert's death certificate.

Some of the trees on ancestry say Charles died in Nov 1860, but I haven't found any information confirming that - he should have been in the 1860 census. Albert married Martha Bates in 1860, unfortunately that document didn't mention the parents of the groom.

Hannah may be the second wife of Charles, but am unsure.

What do you think?

Added by Jeannieology on Apr 27, 2014 2:28 PM
RE: Mary J. Brownell Cornell
Thanks for the fix! That was my mistake. I have too many things going on at once that that's what happens. Thanks for catching the mixup!
Added by J.Bosworth on Feb 03, 2014 11:11 PM
RE: Mary J. Brownell Cornell
Thanks for doing the links to Mary's parents and son!
Added by J.Bosworth on Feb 03, 2014 10:21 PM
RE: Mary J. Brownell Cornell
Oops sorry, that was not what I meant to say. I'll send you another correction on the edit tab.
Added by J.Bosworth on Feb 03, 2014 10:19 PM
Linda Applegate Brown
RE: Margaret E. Cornell
Please use the EDIT tab on this person's memorial page with any additions or corrections.
Thank you,
Linda Applegate Brown
Added by Linda Applegate Brown on Jan 31, 2014 11:00 PM
RE: Lester B. Cornell
No problem! If I come across more, I'll send them your way.
Added by J.Bosworth on Jan 15, 2014 7:30 AM
RE: Arthur Restcome Cornell
Found birth and death information for the unnamed son. He was born Feb. 1, 1910, and died at age 3 days on Feb. 4, 1910. Apparently the poor baby had spina bifida.
Added by J.Bosworth on Jan 14, 2014 12:17 AM
RE: Arthur Restcome Cornell
I meant to say V/R, Births for Westport and Dartmouth can be tricky.
Added by J.Bosworth on Jan 13, 2014 6:43 AM
RE: Arthur Restcome Cornell
I show eleven kids were in that family. It appears that the 1st two were born in Dartmouth and the rest were born in Westport. Westport V/R can be tricky. Sometimes the births were recorded with no first names (even for the live births, not just the stillbirths) and the babies were named later.
Added by J.Bosworth on Jan 13, 2014 6:11 AM
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