From C. Clare Cork, "History of Our Cork Families in America: 1770-1974":
"SADIE E. CORK was born at Bainbridge in Ross County Ohio on Apr. 20, 1852, the daughter of Daniel and Jane (Potts) Cork, she grew up in Ross County and was married there on Oct. 26, 1881 to Charles Browning Rodes who was born in Ross County Ohio on June 4, 1845 and a son of Phillip Abram and Sarah (Glasscock) Rodes, to this union were born three children, Joe Rodes, born in 1884, Amy Rodes, born Aug. 16, 1885, Guy Rodes, born in 1886. "I have no record of the activities or occupation of Mr. and Mrs. Rodes at this writing except that they lived in or near Bainbridge in Ross County Ohio all of their married life where Sadie E. died on Dec. 1, 1890, I do not have the death date of Mr. Rodes at this writing but both are buried in the Bainbridge Ohio Cemetery, records of their children known to the writer are as follows, Joe Rodes - No further record as of this writing. Amy Rodes was married on July 31, 1910 to Mr. Gilbert Storms Gregg, they had one daughter, June R. Gregg who is an employee at the Bainbridge Ohio Post office and as near as can be determined is at this writing Vice President of the Ross County Geneological Society.Mr. Gregg has passed away but at last report Amy was still living but is confined to a nursing hom in Bainbridge [NOTE: THIS IS 1974]. Guy Rodes was married and had one daughter Virginia Jane Rodes who married Charles WIlliams. Guy Rodes passed away this past Summer of 1974."
As for her parents:
"DANIEL CORK was born near Clarksburg in Harrison County West Virginia on Mar. 30, 1810, the son of George W. and Susannah (Freshour) Cork and in 1822 moved with his aprents to a farm near Bainbridge in Ross County Ohio, riding horseback all the way.Here he grew up on his fathers farm and afterward settled in Bainbridge where there were then but six houses.He became quite prominent as a manufacturer of windmills and as a general carpenter and builder. "Mr. Cork was married in Ross County Ohio on April 11, 1841 to Miss Jane Potts who was born on Oct. 16, 1817 the daughter of James and Ruth (Moore) Potts.Her father was a teamster with the Army in the War of 1812 and the first man to settle in the hills east of Bainbridge, the place now being known as Potts Hill, at a time when the hills were full of wild animals, from which stock had to be guarded at night.Mr. and Mrs. Cork had a family of nine children:" James (1842), Nelson (1843), Archibald (1844), Harvey Shepherd (1845), Daniel Jr. (5/12/1848), Mary, Sadie E. (4/20/1852), Amanda (12/21/1853-2/11/1854, Joseph. "Mr and Mrs. Cork also owned a farm on Potts Hill east of Bainbridge Ohio.Mrs. Cork died on July 21, 1880 and Mr. Cork died on Mar 14, 1883, both are bured in the Bainbridge Ohio Cemetery.there are no monuments at their graves so these records came from County Court records, from US Census records and from a sketch of Daniel Cork Jr. in the History of Ross and Highland Counties Ohio (Bennet 1902)."