Cornville is located in Yavapai County. The original name of Cornville was Pitchner Place. As the settlement grew, it was suggested that it be named Coaneville after a pioneer family named Coane. The name was submitted to the postal department in Washington, D.C., but was returned as Cornville. The Cornville Post Office was opened July 9, 1885, with George A. Kingston as the postmaster.
Running through Cornville is Oak Creek, which has made this a very green community based around farming and ranching. Windmill Park covers an area of five acres, and is dedicated to family and community use. There is a large, working windmill on the premises.
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