Somerset county. This town is well watered by the Wessaransett river, a branch of the Kennebec. There is much choice land in Cornville. A few of the inhabitants, in 1837, by way of experiment, raised 7000 bushels of wheat. Incorporated, 1798. Population, 1837, 2,112. Bounded S. by Skowhegan; 38 miles N. from Augusta, and about 13 N.E. from Norridgewock.