Notes for Cornelia Rush: To this union came a large family which survived to adulthood. This family left Montgomery County about 1896 moving to Ramseur where they resided for a year or so, afterwards moving to Greensboro. Here three surviving girls yet live, I am told. One boy a technical executive of the Fields Plant in Fieldale, VA. Another son in school who won a Rhodes Scholarship was drafted into the English Army and saw service in Belgium WWI. A letter not very long ago from a sister stated he maintained a residence in Greensboro but was working in Philadelphia.