Edgar S Cornelius
M, #22875, b. 11 July 1913, d. February 1989
|Relationship||6th cousin 2 times removed of Ted Earl Cash|
|Last Edited||24 Nov 2008|
|Birth*||11 July 1913 ||Edgar S Cornelius was born on 11 July 1913 at PAG. |
| ||He was the son of Orlando Ross Cornelius Sr and Janie Snedden Donaldson. |
|(Witness) Census||13 January 1920 ||Edgar S Cornelius appeared on the census of 13 January 1920 in the household of Orlando Ross Cornelius Sr and Janie Snedden Donaldson at Clay Twsp, Huntingdon Co, PA. |
|(Witness) Census||14 April 1930 ||Edgar S Cornelius appeared on the census of 14 April 1930 in the household of Orlando Ross Cornelius Sr and Janie Snedden Donaldson at Clay Twsp, Huntingdon Co, PA. |
|SSN*||before 1951 ||His Social Security Number was 209-01-4981; issued before 1951 at PAG. |
|Death*||February 1989 ||Edgar S Cornelius died in February 1989 at Three Springs, Huntingdon Co, PA, at age 75. |
Edna C Cornelius
F, #20791, b. 30 June 1897, d. 4 May 1970
|Relationship||5th cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash|
|Last Edited||1 Feb 2019|
|Birth*||30 June 1897 ||Edna C Cornelius was born on 30 June 1897 at Hudson, Black Hawk Co, IAG. |
| ||She was the daughter of Ira H Cornelius and Nettie Cornelius. |
|Married Name||21 August 1919 || As of 21 August 1919,her married name was Bonderman. |
|Marriage*||21 August 1919 ||Edna C Cornelius married Paul Percival Bonderman on 21 August 1919 at O'Brien Co, IA. |
|Census||28 January 1920 ||Edna C Cornelius and Paul Percival Bonderman appeared on the census of 28 January 1920 at Carroll Twsp, O'Brien Co, IA, living in the house with his parents. |
|Census*||7 April 1930 ||Edna C Cornelius and Paul Percival Bonderman appeared on the census of 7 April 1930 at Linden Twsp, Brown Co, MN. |
|Death*||4 May 1970 ||Edna C Cornelius died on 4 May 1970 at Nicollet Co, MN, at age 72. |
|NoSSN*||20 October 2005 ||No record of her Social Security Number was found on 20 October 2005. |
Rev Edward Moses Cornelius Sr
M, #10513, b. 20 October 1888, d. February 1973
|Relationship||3rd cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash|
|Last Edited||14 Sep 2018|
|Birth*||20 October 1888 ||Rev Edward Moses Cornelius Sr was born on 20 October 1888 at Jersey Co, ILG. |
| ||He was the son of Daniel D Cornelius and Frances Ann Thompson. |
|WW1 Draft*||5 June 1917 ||Rev Edward Moses Cornelius Sr registered for the draft of WWI on 5 June 1917 in St Louis, (independent city), MO, Occupation: Evangelist Holiness Christian. Where: Clinton, IN. Single. Described as medium height, slender, blue eyes, brown hair. |
|Marriage*||12 April 1928 ||He married Norma Bartholomew, daughter of John A Bartholomew and Rita (?), on 12 April 1928. |
|(Witness) Census||9 April 1930 ||Rev Edward Moses Cornelius Sr appeared on the census of 9 April 1930 in the household of John A Bartholomew and Rita (?) at Kokomo, Howard Co, IN. |
|SSN*||1956 ||His Social Security Number was 309-40-6188; issued 1956 at IN. |
|Death*||February 1973 ||Rev Edward Moses Cornelius Sr died in February 1973 at Elkhart, Elkhart Co, IN, at age 84. |
Edwin Stanton Cornelius
M, #21050, b. 10 March 1862, d. 26 October 1940
|Relationship||5th cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash|
|Last Edited||9 Aug 2016|
|Birth*||10 March 1862 ||Edwin Stanton Cornelius was born on 10 March 1862 at Saltillo, Huntingdon Co, PA. |
| ||He was the son of Walter Hudson Cornelius and Amanda Weistling Kough. |
|(Witness) Census||11 June 1870 ||Edwin Stanton Cornelius appeared on the census of 11 June 1870 in the household of Walter Hudson Cornelius and Amanda Weistling Kough at Clay Twsp, Huntingdon Co, PA. |
|(Witness) Census||24 June 1880 ||Edwin Stanton Cornelius appeared on the census of 24 June 1880 in the household of Walter Hudson Cornelius and Amanda Weistling Kough at Saltillo, Huntingdon Co, PA. |
|Marriage*||10 January 1884 ||Edwin Stanton Cornelius married Annie M Hudson on 10 January 1884 at Three Springs, Huntingdon Co, PA. |
|Census*||23 June 1900 ||Edwin Stanton Cornelius and Annie M Hudson appeared on the census of 23 June 1900 at Saltillo, Huntingdon Co, PA. |
|Census||11 April 1930 ||Edwin Stanton Cornelius and Annie M Hudson appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 at Saltillo, Huntingdon Co, PA. |
|Death*||26 October 1940 ||Edwin Stanton Cornelius died on 26 October 1940 at Saltillo, Huntingdon Co, PA, at age 78. |
|Obituary*||October 1940 ||Edwin Cornelius Dies At Saltillo|
Highly respected citizen passes away at home on Saturday
Edwin Stanton Cornelius, on of Saltillo's most highly respected citizens and a lifelong resident of that place, passed away at his home on Saturday night, Oct 26, 1940 at 11:25pm. Although in failing health he was seriously ill only a few hours.
He was the oldest child of Walter and Amanda (Kough) Cornelius and was born in Saltillo on March 10, 1862. He was aged at the time of death 78 years, 7 months and 16 days.
He was united in marriage with Annie Hudson, of Three Springs, on January 10, 1884 by the Rev. A. B. McCurdy, Baptist minister at that place. Mrs. Cornelius preceded her husband in death on March 15, 1939.
Mr. Cornelius was employed by the East Broad Top Railroad for 35 years. Twenty-seven years of that time we worked as an engine hostler at Robertsdale. In May 1936, he retired. Prior to his (unreadable) company he was employed at the Saltillo tannery for 20 years.
The deceased was an active member of the Saltillo Methodist church for 55 years. He was a member of the board of trustees for many years. He was also faithful to the services of the Saltillo Baptist church. His employment at Robertsdale necessitated his spending Sundays at that place where he took an active part in Methodist church work.
Mr. Cornelius was deeply interested in education and in any movement for the advancement of the community. He was kenly interested in the history of Saltillo and the surrounding community. His authority on this subject was recognized. His loss in the community will be deeply felt.
He was a member of the P.O.S. of A. at Three Springs for 50 years. He was one of the founders and an active member of the Saltillo Brotherhood.
Mr. Cornelius is survived by these children: Arthur Cornelius, Three Springs, R.D; Mary Cornelius, Three Springs, at home; Beaver Cornelius, Saltillo; Ira Cornelius, of Youngstown, Ohio; Clarence Cornelius, Saltillo; Pauline, Mrs. Hayes Querry, Calvin; his oldest daughter, Mrs. Edith Fleming, preceded him in death in 1938. nineteen grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren also survive.
The following brothers and sisters also survive: John Cornelius, Roaring Spring; Mrs. Anna Mary Conner, Youndwood, Pa; Mrs. Hattie Foore, Calvin; Rufus Cornelius, Mount Union; Mrs Cary Winters, Six Mile Run; Miles Cornelius, Mapleton Depot, R. D; Ross Cornelius, Three Springs, R. D; Mrs. Sarah Chamberlain, Saltillo.
Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 1:30 o'clock in the Saltillo Methodist church in charge of his pastor, the Rev. R. B. Dysart, assisted by the Rev. R. M. Wilkinson, pastor of the Baptist church at Saltillo. Interment will be made in the Saltillo cemetery directed by Greene funeral service. Friends may call at the late home until 11 o'clock on Wednesday morning. The body will then be taken to the church where it may be viewed until the hour of the funeral service.
|Annie M Hudson b. 17 Nov 1861, d. 15 Mar 1939|
|Marriage*||10 January 1884 ||He married Annie M Hudson on 10 January 1884 at Three Springs, Huntingdon Co, PA. |
Effie Deliah Ann Cornelius
F, #10284, b. 5 May 1873, d. December 1969
|Relationship||3rd cousin 3 times removed of Ted Earl Cash|
|Last Edited||23 Oct 2000|
|Birth*||5 May 1873 ||Effie Deliah Ann Cornelius was born on 5 May 1873 at Rosedale, Jersey Co, ILG. |
| ||She was the daughter of Daniel D Cornelius and Frances Ann Thompson. |
|Marriage*||16 January 1896 ||Effie Deliah Ann Cornelius married Joshua Cornelius, son of Joshua Cornelius and Frances Ledbetter, on 16 January 1896 at Jersey Co, ILG. |
|SSN*||1965 ||Her Social Security Number was 497-54-1176; issued 1965 at MO. |
|Death*||December 1969 ||Effie Deliah Ann Cornelius died in December 1969 at Dow, Jersey Co, ILG, at age 96. |
|Burial*|| ||She was buried at Newbern, Jersey Co, ILG. |
M, #20078, b. 17 October 1758, d. 13 June 1823
|Relationship||3rd cousin 6 times removed of Ted Earl Cash|
|Last Edited||7 Oct 2005|
|Memo*|| || From the History of the Cornelius Family in America--Charles S. Cornelius. 1926 -- Vol. 1 page 14 --Chapter X. |
Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books
Volume 32, p. 199 - The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution:
Miss Alice Edwards Colby
DAR ID Number: 31525
Born in Yonkers, New York
Descendant of Elias Cornelius, M.D.
Daughter of Joseph Lincoln Colby and Mary Cornelius Little, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rev. George B. Little and Sarah Edwards Cornelius, his wife.
Great Granddaughter of Rev. Elias Cornelius and Mary Hooker, his wife.
Great-Great Granddaughter of Elias Cornelius and Rachel Stalker, his wife.
Elias Cornelius (1758-1823), served as surgeon's mate in the Rhode Island line. He was in many battles, captured in 1777; confined in New York where he suffered great privations and in 1781 was honorably discharged due to ill health. He was a charter member of the Cincinnati of Rhode Island and among their treasures is his journal written during his imprisonment. He died in Somers, New York.
(There could possibly be a connection to the Mary Cornelius Little who married Joseph Lincoln Colby, daughter of George B. Little).
The Rev. Elias Cornelius, D.D. entered the Sophomore Class of Yale College at age 16, (Sept 1810). He was one of the youngest and on of the most brilliant Scholars of that noted College from which he graduated with honors in 1813.
In 1826 he was called to the office of Sec. of rthe American Educational Society, and in Jan 1832 he was chosen successor rto Jerrard Everarts as Commisioner of Foreign Missions.
A very complete memoir of his life was published by B. B. Edwards (Perkins Marion & Co.) in 1831, a copy of which is in possession of the writer of this record and which later will be placed in the Congressional Library in Washington DC.
|Memo*|| || Elias and Sarah had several children but they all died in infancy. |
|Birth*||17 October 1758 ||Elias Cornelius was born on 17 October 1758. |
| ||He was the son of Jonathan Cornelius and Sarah (Mary) Baldwin. |
|Marriage*||circa 1781 ||Elias Cornelius married Sarah (Sallie) Brewer circa 1781. |
|Marriage*||12 July 1791 ||Elias Cornelius married Rachel Stocker on 12 July 1791 at Presbyterian Church, Yorktown, Westchester Co, NY, by Rev Silas Constant. |
|Death*||13 June 1823 ||Elias Cornelius died on 13 June 1823 at Somers, Westchester Co, NY, at age 64. |
|Burial*|| ||He was buried at Presbyterian Cemetery, Mahopac Falls, Putnam Co, NY. |
M, #20188, b. 25 September 1890
Elias Cornelius (left), in his Postal Uniform
Photo courtesy of Megan Winnie, great-granddaughter of Elias Cornelius
|Relationship||7th cousin 2 times removed of Ted Earl Cash|
|Last Edited||8 Nov 2007|
|Occupation*|| ||Elias Cornelius was Postal Clerk at Mineola, Nassau Co, NY. |
|Birth*||25 September 1890 ||He was born on 25 September 1890 at NY. |
| ||He was the son of David M Cornelius and Mary Emma Peyser. |
|(Witness) Census||16 June 1900 ||Elias Cornelius appeared on the census of 16 June 1900 in the household of David M Cornelius and Mary Emma Peyser at North Hempstead Twsp, Nassau Co, NY. |
|(Witness) Census||20 April 1910 ||Elias Cornelius appeared on the census of 20 April 1910 in the household of David M Cornelius and Mary Emma Peyser at Mineola, Nassau Co, NY. |
|WW1 Draft*||circa 1918 ||Elias Cornelius registered for the draft of WWI on circa 1918 in Nassau Co, NY. |
|(Witness) Census||25 January 1920 ||He appeared on the census of 25 January 1920 in the household of David M Cornelius and Mary Emma Peyser at 207 North Highway, Mineola, Nassau Co, NY. |
|Marriage*||1928 ||Elias Cornelius married Carrie Kessler in 1928. |
|Census*||8 April 1930 ||Elias Cornelius and Carrie Kessler appeared on the census of 8 April 1930 at 345 First St, Mineola, Nassau Co, NY. |
|Photo|| ||Elias Cornelius and Carrie Kessler appeared in a photo. |
|Photo*|| ||Elias Cornelius and Carrie Kessler appeared in a photo. |
M, #20838, b. 15 October 1842, d. December 1896
|Relationship||4th cousin 4 times removed of Ted Earl Cash|
|Last Edited||19 Oct 2005|
|Memo*|| || Elias was the direct ancestor of the Gage Co., NE Cornelius line. In 1883 Elias Cornelius moved his family to Richadson Co., NE. They later moved to Filley, Gage Co., NE. |
|Birth*||15 October 1842 ||Elias Cornelius was born on 15 October 1842 at Huntingdon Co, PA. |
| ||He was the son of Lewis Cornelius and Amelia Burns. |
|(Witness) Census||28 October 1850 ||Elias Cornelius appeared on the census of 28 October 1850 in the household of Lewis Cornelius and Amelia Burns at Shirley Twsp, Huntingdon Co, PA. |
|Marriage*||4 June 1865 ||Elias Cornelius married Mary Householder, daughter of Eli Householder, on 4 June 1865 at Polo, Ogle Co, IL. |
|Census*||3 June 1880 ||Elias Cornelius and Mary Householder appeared on the census of 3 June 1880 at Pine Creek Twsp, Ogle Co, IL. |
|Death*||December 1896 ||Elias Cornelius died in December 1896 at NE at age 54. |
Rev Elias Cornelius
M, #20088, b. 31 July 1794, d. 12 February 1832
|Relationship||4th cousin 5 times removed of Ted Earl Cash|
|Last Edited||7 Oct 2005|
|Memo*|| || 'Edwards Genealogy, Timothy and Rhoda Ogden Edward |
Title: 'Edwards Genealogy, Timothy and Rhoda Ogden Edwards of Stockbrigde,Mass.' compiled by William H. Edwards, published Cincinnati, The Robert Clarke Company, 1903.
And 'Descendents of Thomas Hooker'
A complete memoir of Rev. Elias Cornelius D.D. was placed in the Congrssional Lib. in Washington, DC. (per CSC.)
|Birth*||31 July 1794 ||Rev Elias Cornelius was born on 31 July 1794 at Somers, Westchester Co, NY. |
| ||He was the son of Elias Cornelius and Rachel Stocker. |
|Marriage*||28 September 1818 ||Rev Elias Cornelius married Mary Hooker on 28 September 1818 at Goshen, Litchfield Co, CTG. |
|Death*||12 February 1832 ||Rev Elias Cornelius died on 12 February 1832 at Hartford, Hartford Co, CTG, at age 37. |
Elias Cornelius I
M, #20046, b. 1663, d. May 1718
|Memo*|| || Notes by Edward Perry: |
Elias Cornelius, son of Aaron, received from his brother John an assignment of all the latter's rights, title and claim to Aaron's estate. Elias 1st bought of William Loines and his wife Mary under deed dated 1713, the place at West Neck afterwards known as THE HOMESTEAD. It lies six miles west of Freeport, on the main road. It was afterwards occupied by James Minell, the millionaire, and is known as The Minell Place. This property 1st willed to his son Elias II. The will, which is dated 1718 , states that Elias is sick unto death. This Cornelius homestead was afterwards owned by John, Moss, Jonathan and Jane, children of Elias II and sold by them.
Notes by Charles S. Cornelius:
Aaron Cornelius left the homestead at Flushing, Long Island and the bulk of his property to Elias I, his son by his second wife. Some trouble arose in settling the estate, and John assigned all claim to his father's estate, and took his wife and family of eight children and Negro slave Sambo, back to England between 1700 and 1705. No further record of John and his family is found, but undoubtedly the English branch of the family consists of descendants of John, who came back to NY about 1835 and at other dates.
|Birth*||1663 ||Elias Cornelius I was born in 1663 at Flushing, Queens Co, NY, British Colonial AmericaG. |
| ||He was the son of Captain Aaron Cornelius and Patience Patrick. |
|Marriage*||1701 ||Elias Cornelius I married Sarah Harned in 1701 at Flushing, Queens Co, NY, British Colonial AmericaG. |
|Death*||May 1718 ||Elias Cornelius I died in May 1718 at Oyster Bay, Nassau Co, NY, British Colonial America. |
Elias Cornelius II
M, #20049, b. 5 November 1703, d. 25 June 1743
|Birth*||5 November 1703 ||Elias Cornelius II was born on 5 November 1703 at Flushing, Queens Co, NY, British Colonial AmericaG. |
| ||He was the son of Elias Cornelius I and Sarah Harned. |
|Marriage*||3 December 1725 ||Elias Cornelius II married Elizabeth (Rock) Smith on 3 December 1725 at Flushing, Queens Co, NY, British Colonial AmericaG. |
|Death*||25 June 1743 ||Elias Cornelius II died on 25 June 1743 at Oyster Bay, Nassau Co, NY, British Colonial America, at age 39. |
Elias Cornelius III
M, #20051, b. 12 March 1729, d. 1762
|Memo*|| || William Bedell md. Mary Willis, daughter of William and Hannah (Powell) Willis, at least as early as 1744. Mary (Willis) Bedell was born 11 April 1713. William Bedell was a resident of Oyster Bay as early as 26 November 1748, for on that date he registered his cattle mark on the town books of that place as 'a half penny under the near ear and a swallowfork the off ear and a half penny the fore side the off ear'. In this record his name appears as 'Beagle'. In his will, dated 30 January 1749/50, William Willis of Westbury mentioned his daughter Mary Bedell. Sometime during the year 1768, there was 'laid out to John Powell', a parcel of land near William Beadle’s house and the same year Rowland Pearsall received some land near that which the Whitsons had sold to William Beadle. In 1770, there was laid out to John Cornelius, an allotment near land of William Beadle. The three children listed, there may have been others, had their births recorded in the Westbury Meeting House of the Society of Friends. See internet site for further details and notes on Mordecai Bedell. |
Found at Internet site: http://www.longislandgenealogy.com is the following:
On 20 July 1751, Elias Cornelius of North Hempstead in his last will refers to his 'uncles', John Smith and Timothy Bedell, and named the latter as executor. This was undoubtedly the same Timothy Bedell who had married Hannah Smith.
|Birth*||12 March 1729 ||Elias Cornelius III was born on 12 March 1729 at British Colonial America. |
| ||He was the son of Elias Cornelius II and Elizabeth (Rock) Smith. |
|Death*||1762 ||Elias Cornelius III died in 1762 at British Colonial America. |