Stuart Marvin Cornett and Gincy Malinda Long

Posted: August 3, 2011 in Genealogy, generations, Gincy Caroline Malinda Long, research, Smythe County Virginia, Stuart Monroe Marvin Cornett
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Stuart and Gincy were my great grandparents and Stuart was also the grandson of James Monroe Cornett and Mary Ann Cornett. He was born on September 22, 1881 in Grayson County, Virginia and died on February 3, 1966 in Smythe County, Virginia at the age of 84. His immediate family includes his wife, Gincy Malinda Caroline Long and their 14 children.

Stuart Monroe/Marvin Cornett (09/22/1881-02/03/1966)

Gincy Malinda Long (07/01/1886- 09/24/1978)

Married April 5, 1905 by Rev. Johnson Stamper

Children
Born
Married
Died
Della Pauline
Wayne Wright
02/06/1906
02/14/1904
11/23/1924
02/07/1963
01/10/1979
Mary Frances
Verlin Cornett
Frederick L. Corriston
05/04/1908
01/19/1905
04/24/1910
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
04/16/1972
09/10/1979
Anna Mae
James Dean Russell
07/12/1910
03/06/1908
07/01/1928
N/A
07/14/1986
Grover Fred Cornett
Wave L. Kiser
08/31/1912
07/15/1919
10/07/1939
N/A
01/20/1987
Lucia Rose Cornett
Walter Allen Cornett
07/08/1914
12/29/1909
07/15/1928
11/2010
06/30/1967
Pearl Mildred
Harmon Harold Hash
05/08/1916
07/17/1913
04/07/1939
N/A
08/04/1986
Elbert Wayne Cornett
Edith Roberts
05/04/1918
07/04/1926
07/12/1941
N/A
N/A
Charles Estel Cornett
Velma Louise Parks
05/02/1920
07/13/1925
10/04/1941
N/A
N/A
Lillie Edna
Millard C. Parks
04/10/1922
05/29/1921
05/22/1941
N/A
N/A
Carl Wesley Cornett
Margaret Emaline Watson
03/21/1924
02/22/1929
08/01/1949
N/A
N/A
Ora Lee
Stanley Franklin Anderson
11/10/1925
05/26/1927
12/16/1946
N/A
06/10/1993
James Donald Cornett
Doris Jeanne Leonard
07/22/1928
07/03/1931
09/20/1952
N/A
N/A
Billy Cornett
Jackie (Wadie) Richardson
07/05/1930
01/19/193_
08/10/1949
(Divorced)
N/A
N/A
Claude Scott Cornett
Betty Sue Shepherd
11/30/1932
07/26/1934
12/05/1953
(Divorced)
N/A
N/A
 

I have been researching the Cornett line for some time now and have been adding data as it becomes available to me. It is a long process when trying to incorporate data tables of the information supplied to me, in hard copy form I might add. But it is all coming together. Patience is a virtue I am learning, as I like things completed NOW. But in genealogy you have to be patient, so I’m taking baby steps!

 
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