re: Joseph ODER m. Elizabeth Hodder 11/20/1850, Wit: William Gurly and William ADER.
Wilkes Co. GA records :- Will of CORNEALISON, Conrod 17 Oct 1789 To sons John and Conrod, 450 acres on Broad river, Franklin Co. etc. Probated Mar. 30, 1795. James McClean, Thomas Lackey, William ADER, Test.
CORNELISON, Conrad Born prior. 12 Aug 1730, Hillsborough, Somerset Co. NJ Will probated : 30 March 1795 Wilkes Co, GA mc.1755 to Anne COMBS dau, Hannah CORNELISON
DEPT OF THE INTERIOR - BUREAU OF PENSIONS, WASHINGTON, D.C. CONRAD CORNELISON (Junior ?) MILITARY SERVICE, REV. WAR From the papers in the Revolutionary War, Pensions claims it appears that Conrad Cornelison was born May 28, 1763 in Loudon County, Va. While residing in Rowan County, N.C., he enlisted in November 1779 and served as a private in Capt. William Bell's Company, Colonel Andrew Hampton's North Carolina Regiment, and was discharged March 24, 1780 and served one month in Capt. Peter Hendrick's North Carolina Company; He served 21 days in Capt. Myrich Davis North Carolina Company and was discharged January 24, 1781. He served one and one half months under Lieut. Benjamin Scrivener, Colonel Issach's North Carolina Regiment and continued until close of war as a Minute Man under Capt. Peter Hendrick. He was allowed a pension on his application executed August 13, 1832 while a resident of Otter Creek, Madison County, Kentucky and he died January 26, 1846. He married February 13, 1785 in Rowan County, North Carolina, Mrs. Susanna Strange (nee SKINNER) born July 26, 1760 and she was allowed pension on application, executed April 7, 1846, while living in Madison County, Kentucky. (Conrad Cornelison (1763-1846), enlisted in North Carolina 1779-178 1. Buried in the Cornelison family cemetery one and one-half miles south of Richmond, Madison Co, KY. Grave is marked.) They had children, only names noted being the oldest, John, born November 14, 1785, died August 5, 1843 and Richard is alive in 1853. The above noted Conrad Cornelison is the only soldier of that name found on the Revolutionary Records of this bureau. Washington Gardner, Commissioner