THOMAS W. CORNWELL, farmer, P. 0 London, is a son of Addison Cornwell, whose biography appears in Union Township.
He was born in this county September 25, 1843, and received his education in the rural districts of his native
county. He has adopted the occupation of farming, and now owns 107 acres of land. In 1861, he enlisted in Company
D, Forty fourth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Capt. Watson, and served three years. After 1864, he was in the
One Hundred and Ninety sixth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, as First Duty Sergeant. After the war, he came home and again
engaged in fanning. In 1869, he married. Ellen J. Wilson, a daughter of John Wilson, by whom he has had five children,
viz., Otis, Willie, Leroy, Earnest and Esther the two latter twins. Mr. Cornwell participated in some hot engagements
during the war, and can now boast of an unblemished war record.
History of Madison County, Ohio
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Madison County, Ohio Biographies
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