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About Reverend Adam Corn
Adam Corn [Parents] was born on 2 May 1783 in , Albemarle, Virginia. He died on 12 Sep 1871 in Oldbellcreek, Towns, Georgia. He was buried on 19 Sep 1871 in Old Union Cemetery, Towns, Georgia. He married Hannah Heatherly in 1810 in , Buncombe, North Carolina .
Hannah Heatherly [Parents] was born in 1792 in Pendleton District, Greeneville, South Carolina. She died on 8 Feb 1859 in Bell Creek, Towns, Georgia . She was buried in Lower Bell Creek Cemetery, Towns, Georgia. She married Adam Corn in 1810 in , Buncombe, North Carolina . Hannah was born Unknown .
They had the following children:
F i Mary Ann Corn
M ii John Corn
F iii Rebecca or Rebeckah Corn
M iv Alfred E. Corn
M v Silas Andrew Corn
M vi Jesse Adam Corn
F vii Margaret Jane Corn
F viii Posey Corn was born in 1829.
M ix Adam Posey Corn
M x Jacob Corn
M xi Newton Corn was born in 1836 in , Towns, Georgia.
M xii Francis Marion Corn.[Notes]
M xiii Adam Corn was born about 1782 in , , Virginia . He died on 12 Sep 1871. He was buried in Bell Creek, Towns, Georgia .
first of three white men to settle Brasstown Valley
The Solemon Baptist Church, located on a hillside above the Oconaluftee River, we find reference to Adam Corn first child of John Peter. The year was 1806, when folks living in a virgin wilderness met from time to time in different homes in this small settlement; they had no church and no preacher, but they had their God. Then in the year 1806, and at the home of Dr. John Mingus, whose ancestor Jacob had carved out a homestead three miles down the way (1790) the group felt lit was time to have a Church, where-in they could have their mid-week prayer meetings as well as full church services. The organizing body consisted of 23 people, and included two Missi onary Baptist preachers- Adam Corn and Davis Elders. Of one will take time to look at the dates of both Adams's birth (1783) and the location of the rest of the family(back in Wilkes Co., NC) one can see the distance this young Man, now age about 23, traveled for the work of the Lord. One man in the Oconaluftee River section offered to donate a plot of land for the school and churc h on the banks of the river near
Bradley Fork at what is now known as Smokemont. It is well to note that they outgrew the log church, it was torn down and a frame building put up. Later in the 1930's the Great Smoky Mountains National Park was established and the remaining descendants of those earlier Pioneers had to move out. As sometimes happens the Church was properly deeded over to the Park Service with the agreement it would be leased back to them, for a period of two years .
Reverend Adam Corn's Timeline
May 2, 1783
Henry co., Virginia, United States
Jackson, North Carolina, United States
January 17, 1812
October 18, 1813
CULLOWHEE, Buncombe, North Carolina, United States
January 19, 1817
Cullowhee, Buncome, North Carolina, United States
May 12, 1819
North Carolina, United States
April 14, 1825
Macon, North Carolina, United States
Buncombe, North Carolina, United States