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Cornell Genealogy & History

Cornell may come from the medieval Latin cornelius, meaning horn. It may also come from the French corneille indicating a crow hence a loud person. One other source is from a locational name corne halh, meaning valley or meadow. Cornell family history has the ancestral seat in Devon from long before the Norman Conquest in 1066. In 1148 we find the first recording of the name as Herbert Corneilla, in the charters of Hampshire, England. Noteworthy Cornell genealogy members are Rhode Island Continental Congress delegate Ezekiel Cornell, businessman and co-founder of Cornell University Ezra Cornell, and priest and two-term Wisconsin Representative Robert John Cornell.

Cornell Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Aarona Cornell-- --, 1907April ,1986OH
Bahiyyih Cornell-- --, 1910June 10,1989MI
C Basil Cornell-- --, 1923December 14,2000NH
Daisy Cornell-- --, 1904February ,1975MA

Cornell Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Ruth Cornell-- --, 1927February 10,2000Saxton,PA
F Bernard Cornell-- --, 1911March 5,2001Vero Beach,FL
Gail Cornell-- --, 1927January 25,2006Edison,NJ
H Yvonne Cornell-- --, 1938August 14,1993Portland,OR

Cornell Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Clyde CornellClara FranksJuly 21,1968Wake, NC
Desmond CornellBetty TaulbeeMarch 26,1994Wake, NC
Edgar CornellEmma HowardJuly 25,1946Wake, NC
George CornellAlyce SwenneyApril 5,1953Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Cornell

1344th: Snell1345th: Bullard
1346th: Adler1347th: Poe
1348th: Schaffer1349th: Covington
1350th: Peacock1351st: Miner
1352nd: Avila1353rd: Connors

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