4. ADOLPHUS BELL4 CORDER (JAMESW.3, WILLIAMW.2, JOSEPH1) was born May 06, 1855 in Phillippi, W.Va., and died April 1933. He married DELIA ANN REYNOLDS October 25, 1882, daughter of GEORGE REYNOLDS and MARY RILEY. She was born 1860, and died 1935.
Notes for ADOLPHUS BELL CORDER:
Adolphus B. Corder, an extensive farmer, grazer, and stock-dealer, of Booth's creek district, Taylor county, West Virginia, is a son of James W. and Mary C.(Bond) Corder, and was born near Phillipi, Barbour county, West Virginia, May 6, 1855.
The education of Adolphus B. Corder was obtained in the common schools; he was reared on the farm, and the pursuit of a tiller of the soil has been his life vocation. In 1893 he removed to the farm upon which he now lives, containing two hundred and thirty-seven acres, situated in Booth's creek district, Taylor county, West Virginia. In addition to the above farm he owns one hundred and thirty-seven acres a part of the old original homestead, and two hundred acres in another tract in Barbour county, and another farm in Booth's creek district, containing two hundred and fourteen acres. This land is all arable, and much of it well timbered and underlaid with a good quality of coal. He is a democrat in politics, and has served a term of eight years as the president of the board of education.
On October 25, 1882, he married Miss Dellia, a daughter of George W. Reynolds, a farmer, grazer, and stock-dealer, of Taylor county. To this union on June 8, 1887, was born one child, Odbert Earl.
Source: Biographical and Portrait cyclopedia of Taylor County