HENDERSON COUNTY, TN - CEMETERY RECORDS - Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery, Corn Headstones

Located about 5 miles NE of Hendersonville.

1 - A.P. CORN
born Apr. 16, 1843
died Sept. 22, 1901
"at Rest"

2 - Henry C. Corn
May 12, 1846
Apr 11, 1919
NOTE: Father of Columbus Corn above.

3 - Nancy E. Corn
Oct 8, 1852
Dec 13, 1921
NOTE: This is Nancy (Stepp) Corn, wife of Henry Clay Corn above and mother of Columbus Corn.

4 - In memory of Columbus, son of H.C. & N. Corn
born Feb, 16, 1879
died (?) 1883
NOTE: Columbus was the son of Henry Clay Corn and Nancy Elmina (Stepp) Corn.

5 - John Peter Corn
Pvt, Dangerfield's VA Regt, Rev War, October 14, 1843
Plaque reads: Revolutionary Soldier,
John Peter Corn, Pvt 7th VA Regt, 1752 - 1843
placed by Joseph McDowell CHPT, (?), April 2003

6 - Mary Corn
b. 1798
d. February 21, 1856 and the wife of Peter Corn below.
NOTE: This is Mary Ann (Jones) Corn

7 - Peter Corn
NOTE: This Peter Corn was born September 18, 1792,
died February 26, 1869,
and is husband of Mary Ann (Jones) Corn above.

8 - In memory of Mary D. wife of Samuel Corn
born July 6, 1793
died Dec 4, 1883
NOTE: This is the wife of Samuel Corn listed below.

9 - In memory of Samuel Corn
born Feb 6th, 1787
died Oct. 5th, 1838
Note: This Samuel Corn is the husband of Mary D. (Smith) Corn above.

10 - Silas M. Corn
born May 18, 1868
died May 27, 1888

11 - Double Headstone
S.S. Corn, Dec 14, 1870, June 2, 1902
L.A. Corn, June 3, 1872

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