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Ancestors of Bryson Wade Scott


      262. Autrey McKibben, born Abt. 1731 in Pennsylvania; died March 12, 1811 in Mecklenburg Co., NC. He married 263. Jane Howie November 19, 1763 in Newcastle, Delaware.

      263. Jane Howie, born 1740; died May 18, 1810 in Mecklenburg Co., NC.

More About Autrey McKibben:
Burial: Abt. March 13, 1811, Providence Presbyterian Cemetery

More About Jane Howie:
Burial: Abt. May 19, 1810, Providence Presbyterian Cemetery
     
Children of Autrey McKibben and Jane Howie are:
  131 i.   Margaret McKibben, born 1779; died December 21, 1811 in Maury Co., TN; married John Matthews November 10, 1794 in Mecklenburg Co. NC.
  ii.   Nancy McKibben, died Bef. March 02, 1949 in Maury Co., TN; met Robert Matthews February 11, 1802 in Mecklenburg Co. NC; born October 20, 1774 in North Carolina417; died Aft. March 12, 1849 in Maury Co., TN.


      264. John Adams Mack417, born Abt. 1740 in Scotland417; died Abt. May 31, 1813 in Maury Co. TN417. He married 265. Sarah S. Burnett September 02, 1776 in Prince Edward, VA.

      265. Sarah S. Burnett417, born Abt. 1744 in Pennsylvania417; died Abt. 1827 in Maury Co. TN417. She was the daughter of 530. Thomas Burnett.

Notes for John Adams Mack:
MARRIAGE BOND BETWEEN JOHN MACK & SARAH BURNETT, PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1766

Know all men by these presents, that we, John Mack and Sarah Burnett of Prince Edward County are held and firmly bound unto said Lord King George, the third, by the grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King Defender of the faith, and for the sum of fifty pounds current money to be paid to our Lord King, his heirs and succcessors to the which payment wil turly be made. We bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrtors jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals this second day of September, 1766.
Whereas a marriage is intended to be solemnized between the said bound John Mack and Sarah Burnett the condition of this right obligation to is such that if there be no lawful cause to obstruct same, then this obligation to be void else remain in full force.

John Mack received a bounty of $150 for his military service in the 1st Virginia State Regiment. He served in General Muhlenburg's Brigade from 2/2/1779 to 3/15/1779 during the Revolutionary War (National Archives #25M)

Deed: Washington L. Hannum and others in Davidson Co., TN sold to John Mack, Sr., John Mack, Jr., James H. Mack and Constantine Mack of Maury Co., TN a tract of 95 acres on the Little Bigby Creek, for $380.00. A part of Elijah Robertson's original grant, Deed Book E., p. 264, regis. April 7, 1814

WILL OF JOHN MACK, Sr., 31 MAY, 1813, MAURY CO., TN.
In the name of God Almighty, amen. I, John Mack of Maury County, State of Tennessee, being in common health and full exercise of my reason, but calling to mind the uncertainty of Life and certainty of Death, and being desirous that while in that state, to settle my worldly affairs, do make and publish this my last will and Testament, revoking and declaring void all others that I may have made heretofore.
First, when it shall please God to call my spirit hence, i request that my body be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors hereafter mentioned, hoping in Christ that they me be joyfully reunited at the last day.
Secondly, it is my will that all my just debts be paid in case I should owe any.
Thirdly, all my household furniture and plantation tools of every kind together with my part of the tract that I live on at present, lying on the waters of the Little Tombigby, I leave to my loving wife, Sarah Mack for and during the term of her natural life to use, sell or dispose of the personal goods as she may have occasion, without account, and to take the profits of the land. And, after here decease, my will is that my son Constantine Mack shall have and hold the above mentioned half of land to him and his heirs forever; as also the residium of the aforementioned personal chattles on the condition that he takes care of his mother.
Forthly, all my stock of horses, cows and hogs together with all and singular my rights, credits, dues and lands coming from or being in the State of Virginia, as also all of the cash of which I may die possessed, I leave and bequeath to be equally divided between James Mack, John Mack, Jr., Polly Murphy, Robert Mack, William Mack, James H. Mack and Sally Nance, my other children. And I hereby appoint Robert Mack and William Mack the Executors of this, my last will and testament. In testimony of which I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 31st day of May, 1813

More About John Adams Mack:
Burial: Abt. June 01, 1813, Mack Cemetery, off HWY 31, S of Columbia, TN
Fact 1: 1809, Moved to Maury Co. TN from Virginia417
Fact 3: February 05, 1813, Purchased 95 AC Little Bigby Creek, Maury Co. TN417
Military service: Abt. 1776, Revolutionary War Private soldier417

More About Sarah S. Burnett:
Burial: Abt. 1827, Mack Cemetery, off HWY 31, S of Columbia, TN
     
Children of John Mack and Sarah Burnett are:
  132 i.   William Mack, born December 29, 1775 in Pittsylvania, Virginia; died December 25, 1861 in Maury Co. TN; married Mary Blair October 03, 1799 in Pittsylvania, VA.
  ii.   John Mack, Jr417, born Abt. 1769 in Prince Edward, Virginia417; died April 28, 1855 in Maury Co. TN417; married Lucy; born 1790 in Virginia; died in Tennessee.
  iii.   Constantine Mack417, born Abt. 1780 in Pittsylvania, Prince Edward Co., VA417; died Abt. 1835 in Maury Co., TN; married Nancy Taylor May 24, 1817 in Pittsylvania, VA; died in Maury Co., TN.
  iv.   Robert Mack417, born Abt. 1772417
  v.   James Harvey Mack417, born 1767 in Pittsylvania, Prince Edward Co., VA417; died 1837 in Wayne Co. Tennessee; married Sarah Wilson; born 1767 in Baltimore, MD; died 1853 in Tennessee.
  More About James Harvey Mack:
Burial: Buchanan Cemetery, Wayne Co., TN

  More About Sarah Wilson:
Burial: 1853, Buchanan Cemetery, Wayne Co., TN

  vi.   Mary "Polly" Mack417, born Abt. 1770 in Prince Edward, VA417; died January 01, 1862 in Maury Co., TN; married Nathaniel Murphy; born Abt. 1773 in Pittsylvania, Virginia; died December 03, 1830 in Maury Co., TN.
  vii.   Sarah Louise "Nancy" Mack417, born 1782 in Rockingham, NC; died Abt. 1835 in Maury Co., TN; married Bird Nance June 25, 1808 in Maury Co., TN.
  More About Sarah Louise "Nancy" Mack:
AKA (Facts Pg): Called Sally



      266. William Blair, died in Virginia. He married 267. Sarah.

      267. Sarah
     
Child of William Blair and Sarah is:
  133 i.   Mary Blair, born January 20, 1777 in Pennsylvania; died January 01, 1861 in Maury Co. TN; married William Mack October 03, 1799 in Pittsylvania, VA.


      274. William Cornelius, Jr., born 1754 in North Carolina; died July 27, 1842 in Oneonta, Blount Co., AL. He was the son of 548. William Cornelius, Sr. and 549. Anne Phillips. He married 275. Lettice Cargile June 05, 1774 in Greenville Co, SC.

      275. Lettice Cargile, born 1756 in North Carolina; died May 19, 1834 in Blount Co., Alabama. She was the daughter of 550. Thomas Cargile and 551. Elizabeth Finley.

Notes for William Cornelius, Jr.:
Source: Historical Sketches of the Bynum Family by J. E. Bynum (1916),Section Three: Cornelius, page 288

William Cornelius was a soldier of the Revolutionary War and was aPrivate in the North Carolina Troops under Capt. Anthony Selina. Also,served under General Nathaniel Greene. Was present at Cornwallis'surrender at Yorktown.

Following marriage, he settled in Greenville County, South Carolinaand then later migrated to Blount County, Alabama in 1816. Hepurchased land where the new school and football field are located onHighway 75 South of Oneonta. All the children were born in SouthCarolina. Older ones married when the family came to Blount Co., ALwith the Bynums, Murphrees, and the Allgoods.

All of the eleven children listed were mentioned in WilliamCornelius's will with the exception of Elizabeth. Elizabeth had diedbefore his death in 1842, and her portion of the estate was left toher children which she had by Calvin Waid.

The following was quoted from the "Roster of Revolutionary Soldiersand Patriots in Alabama" by Louise Milam Julich - Daughters of theAmerican Revolution:
Page 140-142: Blount County, Alabama - William Cornelius Sr.(1754-1842)

Govt. marker placed in Oak Hill Cemetery, Oneonta, AL by Blount Co.Mem. Commission and Warrior Rivers Chap, DAR.

The following was quoted from Alabama Records, Volume 245, BlountCounty, Revolutionary & 1812 Pensions, Obituary and Wills. Compiled byPauline Jones Gandrud which was copied in the DAR Library inWashington, D.C. by Mary Donna Foley:

Will of William Cornelius - Blount County, Alabama:

In the name of God Amen I William Cornelius, Sr. of the State ofAlabama and Count of Blount do make and declare this my last will andtestament in the manner and form following . . . First I resign mysoul into the hand of Almighty God hoping and believing in theremission of my sins by the merits and mediation of Jesus Christ andmy body I commit to the earth to be buried at the discretion of myExecutors hereinafter named and my worldly estate I give and devise asfollows:

First, I give and have given to my eldest Daughter Amy Cargill theWife of Cornelius Cargill one Negro Girl named Charlotte and hur ChildLucy to hur and hur heirs forever allowing this to be hur full potionand shere of my estate.

Also I give and have given to my eldest Son Jesse Cornelius one NegroBoy named Isaiah to be his and his heirs forever this to be all of hisshere of my Estate.

Also I give & have given to my Daughter Betsy Waids children that shehad by Calvin Waid the sum of Eight Hundred Dollors this to be all ofher portion of my Estate.

Also I have given to my Son Moses Cornelius fifty dollors cash in handalso a note of hand for five hundred and fifty dollors Executed to meby John G. Callison due December 25th 1834 also two Cowes and calveswhich he has received this to be all of his portion of my estate.
Also I have given my Son Arron Cornelius one Negro Girl named Leah andhur two children one Girl named Harlot and one Boy named Lewis this tobe his full portion of my estate.

Also I give and have given to my Son William Cornelius two Negro Boys(brothers) one named Jacob in his possession and the other namedAndrew he having said Jacob in his possession to him and his heirsforever this to be all of his portion of my estate.

Also I have given to my son Champion Cornelius one Negro Girl namedAnn and hur two Children one named Ransom and the other named Metildato him & his heirs forever this being his full portion of my estate.

Also I have given my Son Beverly Cornelius two Negro Girls one namedEster and the other named Tener to him and his heirs forever thisbeing all of his portion of my estate.

Also I have given to my Daughter Lettice Cooks children one Negro Girlnamed Marah and hur increase forever to be equqlly divided amongstthem when youngest child comes of age this to be their full portion ofmy estate.

Also I have given to my Daughter Tabith Hays one Negro Girl namedElinar and hur increase forever this being hur shear of my estate.

Also I have given and bequeath to my Son Abner Cornelius one Negro Boynamed Stuard to be his and his heirs forever together with whatsoeveramount I may have paid towards the discharge of his debts in thisplace or County this is all of his portion of my estate.

All the property of what nature kind or quality soever the same may behad not therefore disposed of after all my debts for I wish myExecutors hereafter appointed to sell my goods and chattles and on acredit of twelve months after my death and as soon all the said moniestogether with all of my right and debts according to my estate arecollected together I wish to give one half of the remainder to myGranddaughter Lettis the Daughter of Abner Cornelius and the remainderto be Equally dividedd between Alexander Cookes two Daughters Melindaand Lucinda Cook and to Jesse Cornelius three Sons William, James andMattison Cornelius and this division to be made hereafter by myappointed Executors and I hereby appoint my trusty friends DanielMurphree, Arron Cornelius and William Cornelius Executors of this mylast will and testament and also that it shall be and may be lawfulfor my said Executors their heirs or Executors or administrators outof the moneys arising from my Rights and credits or from the sale ofmy goods and chattles to be deducted from the part of my heirs or outof the Agregate amount thereof before the division is made toremunerate respection all such trouble Loss cost charges and Executionof this my last will and testament or any other thing in any wiserelating thereto signed sealed published and delivered by the saidWilliam Cornelius Senr. for his last will and testament in thepresents of us who at his request and in his presents have subscribedourselves witnesses thereto in witness whereof I hereunto set my handand seal this Eleventh day of February one thousand Eight hundred andfourty....WILLIAM CORNELIUS (seal)...Teste...John H. Box, JoalCornelius, Jane Cox

1830 Census - Blount County (only he and his wife left in household)





Birth: 1754 in North Carolina
Death: 27 JUL 1842 in Oneonta, Blount Co., Alabama
Event: fought in the Revolutionary War Milirary

Father: William C. Cornelius b: 1732 in Bedford , Luzerne , Pennsylvania
Mother: Anne Phillips b: 1729

Marriage 1 Lettice Cargile b: 1756 in North Carolina
Married: 5 JUN 1774 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
Children
Ann Cargyle Cornelius b: 12 JUL 1776 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
Ilsie Jesse Cornelius b: 20 NOV 1778 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
Elizabeth "Betsey" Cornelius b: 12 OCT 1781 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
Moses Cornelius b: 20 NOV 1784 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
Aaron Amos Cornelius b: 12 AUG 1786 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
William Cornelius b: 21 AUG 1789 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
Champion Cornelius b: 31 MAR 1792 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
Bevely Cornelius b: 12 JUL 1794 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
Lettice Cornelius b: 3 APR 1797 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
Tabitha Cornelius b: 30 DEC 1800
Abner Cornelius b: 1802


More About William Cornelius, Jr.:
Census: 1830, Blount Co., Alabama, He and wife only ones left at home.
Military service: 1776, PVT. in NC troops underCpt. Anthony Selina, followed Gen. Nathaniel Greene, present at Cornwallis surrender at Yorktown.
     
Children of William Cornelius and Lettice Cargile are:
  i.   Ann Cargyle Cornelius, born July 12, 1776.
  ii.   Ilse Jesse Cornelius, born November 20, 1778.
  137 iii.   Elizabeth Cornelius, born October 12, 1781; died Bef. 1842 in Blount Co., AL; married Calvin Waid Abt. 1805.
  iv.   Moses Cornelius, born November 20, 1784 in Greenville Co, SC; died March 31, 1846 in Blount Co., Alabama; married Cynthia Bynum Abt. 1806; born Abt. 1786 in Chatham Co., NC.
  Notes for Moses Cornelius:
He was buried in Old Liberty Cemetery. Moses was the first personburied in the Old Liberty Cemetery. Moses Cornelius and his wife,moved from South Carolina in 1819, to Alabama. They owned a mill fourmiles southwest of where Oneonta now stands. It was the only mill wehad in this country. He ground corn only. He also built the first sawmill. It was at the time called a sash saw mill. The saw was astraight blade eight inches wide and eight feet long. It had twomotions, upward and downward. It did it's sawing with the downwardstroke. I give this description because they are in use no more. Themill was on a creek where it runs through a great gorge cut throughthe mountain. The bluffs were more than one hundred feet high.Grandfather Moses would cut his saw logs and haul them to the bluffand when he had gotten several hundred he would invite his neighborsto come and see the logs roll off the bluff.

Moses Cornelius was addicted to drink until he was thirty years ofage; but by God's wonderful love and grace he was saved from thecurse of rum and made "a new creature in Christ Jesus."

He joined the Methodist church and became a minister of the gospel. Hewas a great power for God. Under the influence of his prayers andsermons Christians were made to rejoice in the Lord, sinners wereconvicted and came home to God.

He died at the age of sixty-five. His final illness began two yearsbefore his death. He had his casket made and placed under his bed; andwhen he grew suddenly worse, he sent for one of his old friends andcompanions to come and see how a "Christian soldier can die." He diedin 1846. His wife, Cynthia, lived to be eighty-four years of age,dying in 1875.

1830 Blount County Census
Cornelius, Moses 16 2-2-1-1-2-0-1 1-2-1-2-0-1 (16 People in hishousehold!!!)


WILL OF MOSES CORNELIUS - Blount County,Alabama:
Alabama Records, V. 245 - Blount County compiled by Pauline JonesGandrud

In the name of God Amen, I Moses Cornelius, being mindful of mymortality, do this 25th day of November in the year of our Lord 1846,make and publish this my last will and testament in manner following:
First I desire to be decently buried and with as little expense as maybe.
Also I give and bequeath to my wife, Sinthy Cornelius, all my landthat I have or may have at my death, also all horses, hogs, cattle,household furniture, farming tools of every kind that I may own at mydeath, also two horse wagon, one carry all wagon and set of blacksmithtools during her natural life and after her decease the above land andproperty to be sold on a 12 month credit and the money divided inequal shares between my lawful heirs.
Also I do hereby constitute and appoint my Son, Andrew Cornelius, soleExecutor of this my last will and testament, also to collect all myjust debts and to pay off all my just creditors and the remainderafter paying all lawful expenses to be given to my wife for her useand benefit.
Given under my hand and seal the day and year above written.
MOSES x CORNELIUS (His Mark).

Signed, sealed, and published and declared by the said Testator as forhis last Will and Testament in presence of us who at his request, andin his presence, have subscribed our names as witnessesthereunto....William Hollingsworth; MEREDITH CORNELIUS; John H. Box.
Probated 30 July 1847.

The State of Alabama
Blount County
Orphans Count in Vacation the 30th day of July in and for said countywas begun and held at the court house in the Town of Blountsville onthe 30th day of July 1847. Present the Honorable Thomas Shearer Judgeof the County Court of said county.
Before the County Court of Blount County this day came AndrewCornelius who produced to the court a paper purporting to be the lastwill and testament of Moses Cornelius lately of Blount County deceasedand makes suit to this court to admit said will to probate and toissue letters testamentary on the Estate of the said Moses Corneliusas the Executor. It is therefore ordered that the clerk of this courtissue a citation to any Sheriff of the State of Alabama commanding himto summon Cinthey Cornelius the widow of the said Moses Cornelius andto all the heirs and legatees of said deceased requiring all of themto appear at the next term of this count to be held on the fourthMonday in August next and then if they have anything to allege againstsaid application whey the same should not be granted and the said willbe admitted to probate and letters issued thereupon to the said AndrewCornelius

The following order was made the 25th day of August 1847. On this daythe 25th day of August 1847 came Andrew Cornelius who says that he isthe Executor of the last will and testament of Moses Cornelius andproduced here to the court a paper purporting to be the last will andtestament of the said Moses Cornelius lately of the County of Blountdeceased and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court now herethat a citation has issued to and been duly acknowledged by SintheyCornelius, widow of deceased and Tapley Bynum, husband of Eliza,daughter of deceased, and Cummins Hallmark, husband of Sarah daughterof deceased William Bucknor, husband of Dicey, daughter of deceased,Zachariah Cornelius, Champ. Cornelius, Joel Cornelius, Celia Corneliusand Tillmon Cornelius the only persons interested in said will toappear and show cause whey the same should not be admitted to probateand letters testamentary issued thereon then upon I have caused tocome before me on this day John H. Box, William Hollingsworth andMeredith Cornelius subscribing witnesses to said will who being eachduly sworn say they were each present on the day when said willpurports to have been signed the said Moses Cornelius that hissignature to said will was signed and acknowledged by said MosesCornelius in their presents severally to be his signature and that hesigned published and declared the same to be his last will andtestament and that the said Testator at the time of signing the samewas of sound and disposing mind and of the age of twenty one years.

It is therefore ordered and adjudged and decreed that the said will ofthe said Moses Cornelius be admitted to probate as the last will andtestament of the said Moses Cornelius.
It is further ordered that the same be recorded and registered in thiscourt.

The following Order was made the 25th day of August 1847. This day the25th day of August 1847 before the County Court of Blount Countyappeared Andrew Cornelius executor of the last will and testament ofMoses Cornelius deceased who having entered into bond in the sum ofTwelve hundred dollars with good and sufficient security conditionedas is provided by law in the case of the bonds of Executors andAdministrators. It is ordered that the said bond with the securitiesthereto be approved. It is further ordered that letters Testamentaryon the last will and testament of the said Moses Cornelius issue tothe said Andrew Cornelius Executor as aforesaid.

Know all now by these presents that we Andrew Cornelius, SintheyCornelius, Tapley Bynum, Meredith Cornelius, William Buckner,Zachariah Cornelius and Champion Cornelius are held and firmly bondedunto Thomas Shearer Judge of the County Court of Blount County Stateof Alabama and his successors in office the final sum of Twelvehundred dollars in which payment will and hereby to be made we andeach of us do bind ourselves our heirs & ___ by these presents sealedwith our seals and dated the 25th day of August 1847. Now theconditions of the above bond of Andrew Cornelius has been dulyappointed Executor of the last will and testament of Moses Corneliusdeceased. Now of said Andrew Cornelius shall well and duly perform allthe duties which are or may be by law required of him as Executorthere as the above obligation to be void else to remain in full forcead virtue. Andrew Cornelius (his mark), Synthey Cornelius (her mark),Tapley Bynum (his mark), Cummins Hallmark (his mark), MeredithCornelius (his mark), William I. McGuire (his mark), William Buckner(his mark), Zachariah Cornelius, Champion Cornelius, Joel Cornelius.Approved of by me this the 25th day of August 1847. Thomas ShearerJudge.

The State of Alabama, Blount County. In the County Court of BlountCounty sitting for Orphans business on the 25th day of August 1847. Beit known that on this day the 25th day of August 1847 the last willand testament of Moses Cornelius late of said county deceased was dulyproven before said court and by the said court duly admitted toprobate and it appearing to the satisfaction of said court that thesaid Moses Cornelius deceased left goods and chattels rights andcredits suitable to be administered under said will and that AndrewCornelius has according to law taken the oath and given bond andsecurity as the law directs therefor it is certified thatAdministration of all and singular goods and chattel rights andcredits of the said Moses Cornelius deceased any way concerning hislast will and testament was by the said court committed to the saidAndrew Cornelius in the last will and testament of the said MosesCornelius deceased named and appointed and that by virtue thereof hethe said Andrew Cornelius has full power and authority to do all suchacts and perform all such duties as Executor of the last will andtestament of the said Moses Cornelius might and could do and perform.Witness Thomas Shearer Judge of the County Court and the seal of thesaid court this 25th day of August 1847. Testee John C. GillespieClerk CC.

The following order was made 30th September 1847. The inventory of thepersonal estate of Moses Cornelius deceased being filed is examinedand ordered to be recorded.
Order of Sale. It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that thewidow of Moses Cornelius deceased is desirous that the personalproperty of said deceased willed to her be sold for the purpose ofpaying the debts of deceased and all the heirs being will thereto. Itis therefore ordered that Andrew Cornelius Executor of deceased be andhe is hereby authorized to sell at public sale all of said personalproperty on a credit of twelve months after notice in such cases madeand provided.
Inventory of August the 27th 1847. Appraisement of the property ofMoses Cornelius, deceased.
1 carryall wagon - 28.00
11 head of cattle - 32.00
1 horse - 37.00
1 mare - 12.00
6 beehives - 12.00
1 clock - 10.00
1 glass - .73
1 table - 1.50
1 chair - 2.00
2 jugs - .50
1 pair steelyards - 1.30
1 log chains 1 as 2 plows 1 nestock - 2.12 1/2
1 saddle and horse collar - 1.12 1/2
1 hogshead - 1.00
1 cag - .75
1 pot and hook - 1.00
1 tea kettle 1 frying pan and wash pan - 1.30
1 oven and coffeepot - .40
1 water pail 1 half bushel and pigin - .75
2 razors 1 candle stick 2 pitchers - 1.00
6 head of hogs - 6.00
The State of Alabama
Blount County
Personally appeared before me John C. Gillespie Clerk of the CountyCourt of said County Andrew Cornelius who being duly sworn deposethand sayeth that the within contains a true & full appraisement of thepersonal estate of Moses Cornelius deceased. Sworn to and subscribedbefore me this 28th day of Sept. 1847. Andrew Cornelius. John C.Gillespie, Clerk.. (Blount Co., AL Orphans Court Records, p. 148-151).
Birth: 20 NOV 1784 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
Death: 31 MAR 1846 in Blount Co., Alabama

Father: William Cornelius b: 1754 in North Carolina
Mother: Lettice Cargile b: 1756 in North Carolina

Marriage 1 Cynthia Bynum b: ABT 1791 in Chatham Co., NC
Married: 1806
Children
Tabitha Cornelius b: 30 DEC 1800 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
Abner Cornelius b: ABT 1801 in Franklin Co., Tennessee
Zachariah Cornelius b: ABT 1808 in Franklin Co., Tennessee
Joel Adams Cornelius b: 1811 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
Elizabeth Mahala Cornelius b: 1812 in Franklin Co., Tennessee
Sarah Cornelius b: ABT 1813 in Greenville Co., South Carolina
Eliza Cornelius b: 17 MAR 1815 in Franklin Co., Tennessee
Champion Cornelius b: ABT 1816 in Franklin Co., Tennessee
William Cornelius b: ABT 1818 in Franklin Co., Tennessee
Meredith Cornelius b: ABT 1820 in Franklin Co., Tennessee
Andrew Cornelius b: ABT 1824 in Blount Co., Alabama
Dicy Cornelius b: ABT 1825 in Blount Co., Alabama
Celia Cornelius b: ABT 1826 in Blount Co., Alabama
Tilman B. Cornelius b: ABT 1831 in Blount Co., Alabama


  More About Moses Cornelius:
Burial: Abt. April 01, 1846, Old Liberty Cemetery, Blount Co. AL

  v.   Aaron Amos Cornelius, born August 12, 1786.
  138 vi.   William Cornelius III, born August 21, 1789; married Elizabeth Bethel.
  vii.   Champion Cornelius, born March 31, 1792.
  viii.   Beverly Cornelius, born July 12, 1794.
  ix.   Lettice Cornelius, born April 03, 1797.
  x.   Tabitha Cornelius, born December 30, 1800.
  xi.   Abner Cornelius, born 1802.


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