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Timeline Tables of Surnames CORBIN / CORBAN / CORBYN / Etc.
in the 1790-1940 Censuses of South Carolina
Lines known or believed to be related are highlighted with the same color.
Descendants of Peter CORBIN (c1730s- ) & Ms. __?__
of Dutchess Co., NY
Descendants of Peter CORBIN (c1730s- ) & Elizabeth SEAWRIGHT
(of Orangeburg Judicial District [now Lexington Co.], SC)
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Descendants of Mrs. Penelope "Penny" (__?__) CORBIN (c1803-1860s)
(of Beaufort [now Hampton] Co., SC; thru son Edward)
and a genetically related CORBIN family that moved from SC to Columbia Co., FL
Descendants of Peter CORBIN (c1740s-c1795) & Elizabeth __?__
(Virginia to Pendleton [now Pickens] Co., SC)
Descendants of Ira CORBIN (1769-1810s) & Phoebe __?__
(MA to Newberry Co., SC, by 1805; widow and son to Gwinnett Co., GA)
African-Americans:  CORBINs et al.
no specific progenitors yet identified
County Boundary History:
The boundary history of South Carolina counties is complex, and it's made the more so because the judicial districts are often confused with the civil districts (=counties).  Ignoring completely the early division into parishes and simplifying:  in 1769, seven judicial districts were created; in 1785, 34 counties were created within the seven judicial districts; in 1800, the judicial districts were abolished, and the counties were re-designated "districts"; in 1868, the districts were redesignated "counties."   Because two of our major CORBIN progenitors were early to South Carolina, their location history is given in more detail.

Boundary History of Lexington County:
Among the seven judicial districts created in 1769 was the Orangeburg Judicial District.  In 1785, four counties were established within the Orangeburg Judicial District:  Orange, Lexington, Lewisburg, and Winyaws.  In 1791, Orange, Lexington, and Lewisburg Counties were "de-organzied."  In 1800, the judicial districts were abolished, and the counties were redesignated "districts."  Orangeburg District (no longer a judicial district, but now a civil district equivalent to a county) included the former counties of Orange, Lexington, and Lewisburg.  In 1804, Lexington District was formed from Orangeburg District.  In 1832, Lexington District gained land from Orangeburg District. In 1868, the districts were redesignated counties.  In 1871, Lexington County lost land to Aiken County.  In 1908, Calhoun County was created, mostly from Orangeburg County and partly from Lexington County.  In 1916 and 1950, Lexington County lost small portions to Richland County.  In 1930, Lexington County lost a small portion to Newberry County.

Boundary History of Pickens County:
Among the seven judicial districts created in 1769 was the Ninety-Six Judicial District.  In 1785, six counties were created in the Ninety-Six Judicial District; in 1786, a seventh county was created and added to the Ninety-Six J.D.; in 1789, Pendleton County was created from Cherokee land and added to the Ninety-Six J.D.  In 1791, Washington Judicial District was created from Ninety-Six J.D. and included Pendleton County.  In 1800, the judicial districts were abolished, and the counties were redesignated "districts."  In 1817, Pendleton District gained more Indian land.  In 1826, Pendleton District was divided into a northern Pickens District and a southern Anderson District (Pendleton District became extinct).  In 1868, the districts were redesignated "counties," and Oconee County was created from the western half of Pickens County.  In the 1960s-80s, Pickens County gained some land in its southwestern corner from Oconee County.

Source:  AniMap Plus: County Boundary Historical Atlas.  Gold Bug, Alamo, CA (on CD).

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South Carolina Counties
[extinct counties]
- Abbeville - Aiken - Allendale - Anderson - Bamberg - Barnwell - Beaufort - Berkeley - Calhoun - Charleston - Cherokee - Chester - Chesterfield - Clarendon - Colleton - Darlington - Dillon - Dorchester - Edgefield - Fairfield - Florence - Georgetown - Greenville - Greenwood - Hampton - Horry - Jasper - Kershaw - Lancaster - Laurens - Lee - Lexington - McCormick - Marion - Marlboro - Newberry - Oconee - Orangeburg - [Pendleton] - Pickens - Richland - Saluda - Spartanburg - Sumter - Union - Williamsburg - York -
 

Anderson County
(formed in 1826 from Pendleton County)
1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
  s/o ? > can't find Winchester CORBAN
& Elizabeth __?__
W.L. CORBAN
& Elizabeth __?__
Wincester dec'd
widow to Franklin Co GA
           

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Barnwell County
(formed in 1800 from Orangeburg County)
1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
  s/o ? > William CORBIN
& Ms. __?__
                         
        s/o ? > Edwin CORBIN
[æ 16, b. SC]
                   

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Beaufort County see also Hampton County
(formed in 1769 as an original judicial district; became a county in 1785)
Parish 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
St. Luke's s/o ? >
fr Colleton Co >
Arthur CORBEN
& W1: Ms. __?__
> to Georgetown Co                            
-     w/o ? > Widow Mary
(__?__) CARBONE
                         

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Charleston County
(formed in 1769 as an original judicial district; a portion became a county in 1800)
Location 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
Charleston               s/o Peter >
fr Orange Co VT >
David T. CORBIN &
W2: Caroline __?__
David T. CORBIN &
W3: Eliza B. __?__
  not found          
Goose
Creek
              s/o ? > P. K. CORBIN
& Mary __?__
               
              s/o P.K.? > R. P. CORBIN
& Eliza __?__
               
Berkeley               s/o ? > Harry CARBINE
& Betty __?__
               
Edisto Is.               s/o ? > Samuel CORBIN
& Bella __?__
               

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Chester County
(formed in 1785 as an original county in the Camden Judicial District)
Location 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
Chester s/o > Peter CORBIN
& Ms. __?__
                             

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Colleton County see also Dorchester County
(formed in 1785 as an original county in the Charleston Judicial District)
Parish   1790
(while still Charleston Dist.)
1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
St. Bartholomew's s/o ? > Arthur CORBIN
& W1: Ms. __?__
> to Beaufort Co                              
  s/o ? > Matt. CORBIN
& Ms. __?__
                             
St. George's               s/o ? > Edward A. CORBIN
& Mary Sophia __?__
Edward A. CORBIN
& Mary Sophia __?__
Widow Mary Sophia
(__?__) CORBIN
             
                  d/o Edward A > Thomas SMITH &
Anna Catherine CORBIN
             
                s/o ? > Moss CORBIN
& Tilda __?__
               

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Darlington County
(formed in 1785 from Cheraws Dist.)
Twp 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
Florence Grant                 Mrs. E. CORBIN
[æ 36, b. SC]
               

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Dorchester County
(formed in 1897 from Colleton Co.) 
Twp   1880
while still Colleton Co
1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
Dorchester m. ca. 1874 >
d/o Edward A >
Thomas SMITH &
Anna Cath. CORBIN
  not found          
s/o Edward A >
m. ca. 1873 >
Elias CORBIN &
Christiania __?__
  not found          

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Edgefield County
(formed in 1785 as an original county in the Ninety-Six Judicial District)
Location 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
Edgefield   Joseph CARBON
& Ms. __?__
                             

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Georgetown County
(formed in 1769 as an original judicial district; became a county in 1800)
1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
  s/o ? >
fr Beaufort Co >
Arthur CORBIN
& W2: Ann __?__
not found                          

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Greenville County
(formed in 1786 as an original county; initially in the Ninety-Six Judicial District, then in the Washington Judicial District)
1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
s/o ? > Isaac CORBIN
& Ms. __?__
Isaac CORBIN
& Ms. __?__
                           
  s/o ? > Isaac CORBIN
& Ms. __?__
                           
  wid/o ? > Sarah "Sary" CORBIN                            
  s/o Peter I >
fr Pickens Co >
Samuel CORBIN, Sr.
& Violet HOOD
> back to Pickens Co                          
  s/o Peter I >
fr Pickens Co >
John CORBIN
& W1: Ms. __?__
> back to Pickens Co                          
  w/o William > Widow Sarah
(SMITH) CORBIN
                           
        s/o ? > Barksdale CORBIN
& Ms. __?__
                     
        s/o ? > Davis? CORBIN
& Ms. __?__
                     
          s/o ? > Anderson CORBIN
& Sarah __?__
                   
              s/o ? > Peter CORBIN
& Susan __?__
               

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Hampton County
(formed in 1878 from Beaufort County)
1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850
(while still Beaufort Co.)
1860
(while still Beaufort Co.)
1870
(while still Beaufort Co.)
1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
          w/o ? >
fr ? >
Widow Penelope
(__?__) CORBIN
Widow Penelope
(__?__) CORBIN
                 
            s/o Penelope > Edward CORBIN
& Amanda SLOAN
Widow Amanda
(SLOAN) CORBIN
Widow Amanda
(SLOAN) CORBIN
Widow Amanda
(SLOAN) CORBIN
Amanda dec'd        
                s/o Edward > Reuben Allen CORBIN
& W1: Nancy A. __?__
Reuben Allen CORBIN
& W3: Elizabeth __?__
Reuben Allen CORBIN
& W4: Rebecca GOODING
Reuben Allen CORBIN
& W4: Rebecca GOODING
Reuben dec'd    
                  s/o Edward >
m. ca. 1881 >
James Lewis CORBIN &
Mary Louise PRIESTER
James Lewis CORBIN &
Mary Louise PRIESTER
> to Jasper Co?  
                      m. 1904/5 >
d/o James Lewis >
John Solomon THOMAS
& Rebecca Ann CORBIN
> to Jasper Co  
                  s/o Edward >
m. 1889 Hampton Co >
Wheeler Brook CORBIN &
Elizabeth Rosa FENNELL
Wheeler Brook CORBIN &
Elizabeth Rosa FENNELL
Wheeler Brook CORBIN &
Elizabeth Rosa FENNELL
Wheeler Brook CORBIN &
Elizabeth Rosa FENNELL
Wheeler dec'd Rosa d. 1952
                  m. 1889 Hampton Co >
d/o Edward >
Benjamin Wyman THOMAS
& Mary Elizabeth CORBIN
         
                      s/o Edward >
m1. 1900/1 >
Miles Edward CORBIN
& W1: Mattie CLIFTON
Miles Edward CORBIN
& W2: Samancy __?__
can't find Miles dec'd  
              s/o Penelope? > [Charles?] Henry CORBIN
[æ 30, b. SC, unmarried]
               

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Jasper County
(formed in 1912 from Beaufort and Hampton Cos.)
  1920 1930 1940  
wid/o James Lewis >
fr Hampton Co >
can't find,
but probably here
Widow Mary Louise
(PRIESTER) CORBIN
Mary dec'd  
fr Hampton Co >
d/o James Lewis >
John Solomon THOMAS
& Rebecca Ann CORBIN
John Solomon THOMAS
& Rebecca Ann CORBIN
John d. 1974
Rebecca d. 1950

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Lexington County
(formed in 1785 as an original county in the Orangeburg Judicial District)
1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
  s/o Peter > Samuel CORBIN & W1:
Harriet LUCIUS
Samuel CORBIN & W2:
Hannah Caroline __?__
Widow Hannah Caroline
(__?__) CORBIN
Hannah remarried
and moved to (W)VA
                     
    s/o Samuel > living w/parents? William Paul CORBIN
& Martha __?__
apparently in TX in Brazoria Co TX in Macon Co GA                  
    s/o Samuel > Samuel Peter CORBEN
[unmarried]
> to Orangeburg Co                        
    s/o Samuel > living w/brother Samuel? Henry L. CORBIN
[unmarried]
> to Crawford Co GA                      
With the death of Samuel in 1822, we find widow Hannah in 1830 living with her children (and step-children); her step-son, Henry L. CORBIN is the one enumerated as head-of-household.
William Paul was apparently in Texas in 1840 (because a daughter was born there in 1838), but there was no 1840 census in the Republic of Texas, which was not yet a state of the Union.
Henry and Napoleon both married in Columbia Co., GA, in 1837, so it appears they may have briefly lived in Columbia County between the 1830 and 1840 censuses.

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Newberry County
(formed in 1785 from as an original county in the Ninety-Six Judicial District)
1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
  b. MA, s/o ? > Ira CORBIN
& Phoebe __?__
Widow Phoebe
(__?__) CORBIN
Widow Phoebe
(__?__) CORBIN
> to Gwinnett Co GA                      
      s/o Ira I > Ira Allen CORBIN Sr
& Jane C. BOYD
> to Gwinnett Co GA                      

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Oconee County
(formed in 1868 from Pickens Co.)
Twp   1840
while still Pickens Co
1850
while still Pickens Co
1860
while still Pickens Co
1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
White
Water
s/o John > William Frank CORBIN
& Belona WHITMIRE
William Frank CORBIN
& Belona WHITMIRE
William Frank CORBIN
& Belona WHITMIRE
William Frank CORBIN
& Belona WHITMIRE
               
    s/o William Frank > James Daniel CORBIN &
Frances E. NICHOLSON
                 
      s/o William Frank > William Franklin CORBIN &
Frances Elizabeth NICHOLSON
               

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Orangeburg County
(formed in 1785 as an original county [then named Orange] in the Orangeburg Judicial District; deorganized in 1791, then reorganized as Orangeburg in 1800)
1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
fr Richland Co >
d/o Peter >
Peter CHAMBLISS &
W2: Mary Eliz. CORBIN
> to Jefferson Co MS                             
      s/o Samuel >
fr Lexington Co >
Samuel Peter CORBIN &
W1: Caroline M. SAYLOR
> to Crawford Co GA                      

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Pickens County see also Oconee County
(formed in 1826 from Pendleton Dist.)
  1790
(while still Pendleton Dist.)
1800
(while still Pendleton Dist.)
1810
(while still Pendleton Dist.)
1820
(while still Pendleton Dist.)
1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
s/o ? > Peter CORBIN I
& Elizabeth __?__
William GORMAN
& Elizabeth __?__
can't find can't find Widow Elizabeth
(__?__) CORBIN GORMAN
Widow Elizabeth
(__?__) CORBIN GORMAN
Elizabeth dec'd                    
  s/o Peter I > Samuel CORBIN, Sr.
& Violet HOOD
in Greenville Co Samuel CORBIN, Sr.
& Violet HOOD
Samuel CORBIN, Sr.
& Violet HOOD
Samuel CORBIN, Sr.
& Violet HOOD
> to Cherokee Co GA                    
        s/o Samuel Sr > Peter CORBAN II
& Sarah. __?__
Peter CORBIN II
& Sarah __?__
Peter CORBIN II
& Sarah __?__
Peter CORBIN II,
widower
                 
            s/o Peter I > William CORBIN
& Mary C. __?__
William CORBIN
& Mary C. __?__
                 
              s/o Peter II > Alexander CORBIN
& Nancy __?__
                 
              d/o Peter II > Widow Evaline
(CORBIN) CROW
                 
        d/o Samuel Sr > John WALLIS &
Elizabeth CORBIN
> to Hall Co GA                      
          s/o Samuel Sr > Samuel CORBIN, Jr.
& W1: Ms. __?__
                     
          s/o Samuel Sr > Emanuel CORBIN
& Elizabeth __?__
                     
  s/o Peter I > John CORBIN
& W1: Ms. __?__
in Greenville Co John CORBIN
& W1: Ms. __?__
in GA, but where? in Cherokee Co GA                      
            s/o John > James CORBIN &
Sarah ROBINSON
  James CORBIN &
Sarah ROBINSON
               
  d/o Peter I > Robert HOOD
& Judith CORBIN
                             
    s/o Peter I > David CORBIN
& Sarah __?__
David CORBIN
& Sarah __?__
David CORBIN
& Sarah __?__
David CORBIN
& Sarah __?__
can't find David CORBIN
& Sarah __?__
not found                
        s/o David > Irby CORBIN
& Martha __?__
> to Hall Co GA                      
          s/o David >
m. ca. 1838 >
Barksdale CORBIN
& Minerva MASTERS
> to Gilmer Co GA                    
                w/o Alexander s/o David > Widow Rose Marie
(HIGHTOWER) CORBIN
               
      s/o Peter I >  Elijah CORBIN
& Nella __?__
Elijah CORBIN
& Nella __?__
Elijah CORBIN
& Nella __?__
can't find Widow Nella
(__?__) CORBIN
Widow Nelly
(__?__) CORBIN
               
      s/o Peter I > Jesse CORBAN                          
      s/o Peter I > James CORBIN &
Sarah Ann SITTON
                         
            d/o ? > Sarah A. CORBIN
[æ 8, b. SC, orphan?]
                   
  1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  

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Richland County
(formed in 1785 from Camden Dist.)
Location   1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940  
  d/o Peter > Peter CHAMBLISS &
W2: Mary Eliz. CORBIN
> to Orangeburg Co
62nd
Subdivision
                Emanuel CORBIN
& Diana __?__
               
                Jos CORBIN
& Sukie __?__
               
Fourth
Twp
                Harry CARBINS
& Cicley __?__
               
                Stephen CORBIN
& Violet __?__
               

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