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George W. CORBIN
Frances M. __?__
Husband:  George W. CORBIN
Birth:  1826/7, KY
Occupation:  laborer
Marriage:
Wife:  Frances M. __?__
Birth:  1827/8, KY
Occupation:  homemaker
Children:
1.  Martin S. CORBIN, b. 1848/9
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Sources (n.b., Lawrence Co. is in southernmost Ohio, just across the Ohio River from WV and KY):

1.  Marriage Record:

2.  1850 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #12 of 13 indexed "Corbine"):  Laurence [Lawrence] Twp., Laurence [Lawrence] Co., OH, Roll M432_701, p. 434A, enumerated 10 Oct 1850, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
81 82 George W Corbin 23 M   Labourer   Ky
    Francis M Corbin 22 F       Ky
    Marten S Corbin  1 M       Va
    Samuel Layne 91 M   Farmer   Va
    Joanna Layne 83 F       Ohio
  83 John Spalden 24 M   Labourer   Ohio
    Mary Spalding 23 F       Ohio
    Wesly Spradly 4/12 M       Ohio
Are the LAYNE's Frances's grandparents?  John SPRADLING's wife is Mary LAYNE / LANE.  Listed next to his presumed brother, Elliott CORBIN.
 

 

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