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|Velva Cornelius Cort (#46852902)|
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We have moved to the Branson, MO area from Slidell, LA. After Hurricane Katrina wiped out our neighborhood we headed for higher ground!|
I was born in TN but grew up in Southern California. My husband, retired Navy now, was transferred to New Orleans where he worked for 18 years.
I was editor and publisher of Cornelius Crossroads, a genealogy magazine.
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|M. Duffy||116 year old Cantrell|
I added an image to your memorial of Alexander Cantrell because the article mentions that he had a brother who lived to be 116 years old. I'm not related, just curious.
Added by M. Duffy on May 21, 2015 12:42 PM
|H Lochie Cameron||E-Mail|
I tried to e-mail you and it keeps bouncing back and undeliverable.
|H Lochie Cameron||William Cornelius|
Hello: My name is Lochie Cameron and I am related to a William Cornelius who had a son named Moses. I have a copy of William C's will showing his sons and daughters inheritances. I have gotten the Cornelius line back to 1729. I am interested in sharing information, but as I am not real computer savy would prefer doing it by e-mail. If you wish to correspond please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org . I am eager to hear from any researchers. Especially if you have any info on the Camerons of Blount County, Ala. I have one will, 3 marriage certificates and pictures of headstones from Rosa Cementary.
Thank you for trying to find his grave marker.
I appreciate your effort.
Added by Marty on Mar 26, 2011 10:11 PM
|Paula McCarter||Cantrell Family|
Just to let you know I went to Lawrence co. TN and took the rest of the Cemetery, your Cantrell Family
|Robert C Johnston Jr||Dear Cousin Velva|
How are you doing? It has been a long time. I am new to F.A.G. and love this site. I'm setting up Memorials for all the descendants of Beverly Cornelius. Thank you for sponsoring the William Cornelius Family Cemetery. I sure wish we could purchase that site, restore it, have it registered as a historical site, to create the ultimate memorial for our patriot ancestor.