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CORNELL, William (Jr.), b. abt. 1827 in OH, m. Martha Ann Gaston in 1847 and was a farmer in Sycamore Twp., Hamilton Co. in 1850 and 1860. Their children: Joseph W., M.E. and Mina (?, son). Immediately following him was Samuel Cornell, b. 1772 in NJ, a member of the Hunterdon Co., NJ Cornell family. (Ohio Censuses, "Hopewell Valley Heritage" by Blackwell)

CORNELL, (Rev.) John, b. abt. 1780, m. Maria, dau. Sen. Frederick Freylinghuysen. Their children: Dr. Theodore Freylinghuysen Cornell, Frederick Cornell, Rev. James A.H. Cornell as well as John, Margaretta, Catherine, Sarah and Charlotte Cornell. Who were the parents of Rev. John?

History of Greene County, NY

CORNELL, John H., b. 1839, d. 1913 and wife Anna E. Layman, b. 1836, d. 1915, parents of William G. and Charles H. below.

CORNELL, William G., b. 1859, d. 1927 and wife Anna H. Dodge, b. 1865, d. 1928.

CORNELL, Ralph, b. 1883, d. 1892.

CORNELL, Harry, b. 1888, d. 1892.

CORNELL, John, b. 1892, d. 1892.

CORNELL, Jack, b. 1894, d. 1906.

CORNELL, Lillian, b. 1897, d. 1909.

CORNELL, Charles H., b. 1860 and wife Flora L. ___, b. 1859.

CORNELL, Flora E., b. 1889, d. 1915.

CORNELL, Bess L., b. 1893.

These and other Cornells are buried in New Jefferson Rural Cemetery in Catskill, Greene Co., NY.

New Jefferson Rural Cemetery

CORNWELL, Gideon, b. 1793 in NY, was a farmer in Jackson Twp., Tioga Co., PA in 1850. His wife was Barbara ___, b. 1795 in NY. Their children included: Jacob, b. 1817, Flagler, b. 1820, Alva, b. 1821, Henry, b. 1822, Daniel, b. 1823, Levi L., b. 1828, Eliza, b. 1835, Sally, b. 1837, Nathan, b. 1840, Phoebe and Catherine. He died in 1852 and was buried in Jobs Corners Cemetery. Many descendants connected to him.

Jobs Corners Cemetery

CORNELL, William, b. 1817 in PA, was a wagon maker in Columbia Twp., Bradford Co., PA in 1850. His wife was Sophronia I/J., b. 1822 in PA. Their children included: Truman and Florence, b. 1845 in PA, Caroline, b. 1852 in PA. Sophronia was a widow in 1860 and living in Sylvania Borough, Bradford Co.

CORNELL, Henry, b. abt. 1790, m. Hannah, b. 15 Mar. 1793, d. 18 Sep. 1863, who is buried in Hicks Cemetery, Baldwin, Chemung Co., NY with their daughter Hannah, b. 1828/29, d. 1 Jun. 1845 (drowned in Chemung River).

Hicks Cemetery

CORNELL, Abraham, b. 2 Jul. 1812, d. 28 Nov. 1891 and wife Ruth, b. 21 Oct. 1811, d. 21 Aug. 1881.

CORNWELL, Samuel, b. 3 May 1810, d. 17 Dec. 1894 and wife Nancy Hazzard, b. 6 Sep. 1816, d. 19 Oct. 1907.

CORNWELL, Merritt, b. 1849, d. 1923, son of Samuel and Nancy, and wife Sarah Sortore, b. 1844, d. 17 Mar. 1914.

CORNWELL, Hartley B., b. 4 Jul. 1853, d. 7 Nov. 1913, son of Samuel and Nancy, and wife Miriam C. Lane, b. 1 Mar. 1857, d. 7 Jul. 1944.

CORNWELL, Albert A., b. 8 Aug. 1858, d. 12 Apr. 1925, son of Samuel and Nancy, and wife Ella V. Amidon.

CORNWELL, Clyde C., b. 1886?, d. 1901, son of Samuel and Nancy.

These and other Cornells and Cornwells are buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Friendship, Allegany Co., NY.

Mt. Hope Cemetery

CORNELL, Thomas B., b. 1807 in RI, had a son Benjamin, b. 1833 in RI, and daughter Mary, b. 1836 in PA. He was a farmer and widower in Warren Twp., Bradford Co., PA in 1850. Benjamin and wife Elizabeth, b. 1837 in PA, were still there in 1870.

CORNWELL, Jacob, b. 1779 in NY, was a mechanic living in Chatham Twp., Tioga Co., PA in 1850 with his wife Catherine, b. 1775 in NY, and sons Stephen, b. 1822 in NY, and Henry, b. 1824 in NY.

CORNWELL, Daniel, b. 1805, was a farmer in Chemung, Chemung Co., NY in 1860 with wife Elizabeth, b. 1810, and their large family: Mary M. (b. 1837), Isabella (b. 1844), Helen (b. 1847), James (b. 1849), Harriet (b. 1851), Elizabeth (b. 1853) and Oliver (b. 1855). All were b. in NY.

CORNELL, Edward, b. 1811 in RI, was a farmer in Warren Twp., Bradford Co., PA in 1870 with wife Maria, b. 1823 in NY, and daughter Dorcas A., b. 1847 in PA.

CORNELL, Odd, b. 12 Sep. 1897, d. Jul 1979 in San Quentin, CA (SSDI), spent nearly 50 years in San Quentin Prison for murdering his wife and step-daughter, age 14. Finally freed at age 82, he didn't know what to do with himself and wanted back in. Spent a few years outside but working at the prison. (from copy of newspaper article with photo)

A correspondent has taken a particular interest in this man, and it appears he was a "lost soul." His real name was probably Herbert Lee Cornell, who was the son of Thomas Cornell of Washington Co., PA. His wife threatened to accuse him of rape, and he killed them both. Then, he tried to take his own life but failed. (additional CA newspaper articles)

Does anyone recognize "Odd" now?

CORNELL, Alvan, another "black sheep" candidate, was found guilty at Jamestown, NY in February 1844 of killing his wife by slitting her throat with a razor. A lengthy newspaper article is available describing the trial. Can anyone identify his family?

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