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Henry CORBIN
Sarah SPICKERNELL
Husband:  Henry CORBIN
Birth:  1799/1800, Sopley, Hampshire
Baptism:  13 Jul 1800, St. Michael & All Angels Church, Sopley, Hampshire
Death: 
Father:  Joseph CORBIN
Mother:  Miriam WEEKS
Marriage:  16 Jul 1825, Christchurch, Hampshire
Wife:  Sarah SPICKERNELL
Birth:  1799/1800
Baptism:  17 Apr 1803, Christchurch, Hampshire
Death:  Apr-May-Jun 1874, Christchurch, Hampshire
Father:  Richard SPICKERNELL (c1774- )
Mother:  Mary __?__ (c1778- )
Children born in Christchurch, Hampshire:
1.  Henry CORBIN, b. 8 Feb 1826; bap. 28 May 1826
2.  Eliza CORBIN, b?/bap? 22 Jun 1828
3.  Frederick CORBIN, b. 16 Jun 1830; bap. 28 Nov 1830
4.  Edward CORBIN, b. 26 Oct 1832; bap. 12 May 1833; d. bef. 1841
5.  Edna CORBIN, b. 10 Nov 1834; bap. 20 Sep 1835
6.  Elizabeth "Betsy" Spickernell CORBIN, b. 22 Feb 1837; bap. 11 Jun 1837
7.  Edward Thomas CORBIN, b. 19 Aug 1839
8.  Emily CORBIN, b. 1841/2
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; UK, United Kingdom, ENG, England, Hampshire, Hants, HAM [now Dorset, DOR]

Sources:

1.  Marriage Record:

2a.  England & Wales, Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial Registers, 1567-1970 Index and Images (online at Ancestry.com):
Name Frederick Corbin Ednar Corbin Betsy Spickernell
Birth Date  16 Jun 1830 10 Nov 1834 22 Feb 1837
Birth Place (Parish) A Christchurch,
Hampshire
Christchurch,
Hampshire
Event Type Baptism Baptism Baptism
Father Henry Corbin Henry Corbin Henry Corbin
Mother Sarah Spickernal Sarah Spickernell Sarah Shickernell
Baptism Date 28 Nov 1830 20 Sep 1835 11 Jun 1837
Baptism Place Christchurch,
Hampshire
Christchurch,
Hampshire
Christchurch,
Hampshire
Denomination Independent Independent Independent
Piece # and Title 1070: Christchurch (Independent), 1816-1837
It's a good thing this transcription includes the original images.  In the case of Frederick, the transcriber is reading "Do" as "A."  "Do" means "ditto."  The place being dittoed is Christchurch.  In the case of Ednar, that is clearly the given name in the original, but "Ednar" turns out to be a female named "Edna."  Indexing Betsy's middle name, Spickernell, as her surname is an error.

2b.  England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 (online at Ancestry.com):
Name Frederick Corbin Edward Corbin Ednar Corbin Betsy Spickernell Corbin
Gender  Male Male Male Female
Birth Date 16 Jun 1830 26 Oct 1832 10 Nov 1834 22 Feb 1837
Baptism Place 28 Nov 1830 12 May 1833 20 Sep 1835 11 Jun 1837
Baptism Place Independent,
Christchurch,
Hampshire
Independent,
Christchurch,
Hampshire
Independent,
Christchurch,
Hampshire
Independent,
Christchurch,
Hampshire
Father Henry Corbin Henry Corbin Henry Corbin Henry Corbin
Mother Sarah Speckernal Sarah Speckernall Sarah Spickernell Sarah Spickernell
FHL Film Number 0595452 0595452 0595452 0505452
"Ednar" later turns out to be a female named, Edna (she's married with children).
Unfortunately, records in this database cannot be flagged as in error.

2c.  England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 (online at familysearch.org):
Name Ednar Corbin Betsy Spickernell Corbin
Gender | Race Male Female
Christening Date 20 Sep 1835 11 Jun 1837
Christening Place Independent,
Christchurch,
Hampshire
Independent,
Christchurch,
Hampshire
Birth Date 10 Nov 1834 22 Feb 1837
Father's Name Henry Corbin Henry Corbin
Mother's Name Sarah Spickernell Sarah Spickernell
GS Film Number 0595452 0505452, 0595452
Here, too, records cannot be flagged as in error.

3.  1841 Census of England and Wales Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #2 of 7 indexed "Corban"):
official enumeration date 6 Jun 1841 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
Class GSU Roll Registration Dist. Sub-registration Dist. County ED Piece Bk Folio Pg Ln
HO 107 288800 Christchurch Christchurch Hampshire 8 397 4   1  
City or Borough of  Christchurch 
Parish or Township of  Christchurch 
1841:  for an explanation of the column headings,
please see What the Numbers in the British Censuses Mean.
Ages of those over 15 are rounded off to the nearest 5 years.
1 2a 2b 3 4a 4b 5 6a 6b
 Bow Place   / Henry Corbon 40     Yes  
      Sarah    Do   40   Do  
      Heny     Do 14     Do  
      Eliza    Do   12   Do  
      Fredreck Do 11     Do  
      Edna     Do  9     Do  
      Elizth   Do    7   Do  
      Edward   Do  3     Do  
Edna is female (she is later found married with children).  In addition to the poor quality of the image, this enumerator's handwriting was atrocious.  The household included a laborer, whom I did not extract because his name was essentially indecipherable.

4.  1851 Census of England and Wales Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #6 of 32:
official enumeration date 30 Mar 1851 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
Class GSU Roll Registration Dist. Sub-registration Dist. County ED Piece Bk Folio Pg Ln
HO 107 193574 Christchurch Christchurch Hampshire 1d 1667   89 5  
Parish or Township of Eclesiastical District of City of Borough of Town of Village of
Christchurch     Toth??y of Street Purewell
1851:  for an explanation of the column headings,
please see What the Numbers in the British Censuses Mean.
1 2 3 4 5 6a 6b 7 8 9
21 Purewell St Henry Corbin Head Mar 50   Poulterer Soply Hants  
    Sarah   Do Wife Do   50   Ch Ch   Do  
    Edna    Do dau     16   Ch Ch   Do  
    Betsy   Do Do     14 aprentice   Do    Do   
    Edwd    Do Son   11   Scholar   Do    Do   
    Emily   Do dau    9   Do   Do    Do   

5.  1861 Census of England and Wales Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #37 of 38):
official enumeration date 7 Apr 1861 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
Class GSU Roll Registration Dist. Sub-registration Dist. County ED Piece Bk Folio Pg Ln
RG 9 542681 Christchurch Christchurch Hampshire 5 666   92 36  
Parish [or Township] of City or Municipal Borough of Municipal Ward of Paliamentary Borough of Town of Hamlet or Tything, &c., of Eclesiastical Parish
Christ church Christ church   Christ church Christ church    
1861:  for an explanation of the column headings, please see What the Numbers in the British Censuses Mean.
1 2 3a 3b 4 5 6 7a 7b 8 9 10
185 M?? Gas works /   Henry Corbin Head Mar 60   Furniture Broker & Poulterer Hants Christ church  
        Sarah   Do Wife "   60   Do Do  
        Emily   Do Daur Un   19 Dress Maker Do Do  

6.  1871 Census of England and Wales Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #9 of 40):
official enumeration date 2 Apr 1871 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
Class GSU Roll Registration Dist. Sub-registration Dist. County ED Piece Bk Folio Pg Ln
RG 10 827804 Christchurch Christchurch Hampshire 6 1177   4 2  
Civil Parish [or Township] of City or
Municipal Borough of
Municipal
Ward of
Paliamentary Borough of Town of Village or
Hamlet, &c., of
Local Board or 
Improvement District of
Eclesiastical
District of
Christchurch Christchurch   Christchurch Christchurch      
1871:  for an explanation of the column headings, please see What the Numbers in the British Censuses Mean.
1 2 3a 3b 4 5 6 7a 7b 8 9 10
6 Purewell /   Henry Corbin Head Mar 69   Broker Hants Shirly  
        Sarah Corbin Wife "   69 Brokers Wife   Christchurch  
        Edna Head Daur Widow   35     do  
        Edwin Head Son Unm  9   Scholar   do  
        Sarah Jane Head Daur "    8 do   do  
        Tom Head Son "  6   do   do  
        Elizabeth Denbow Visitor
Daughter
Mar   34     do  
        Sophia Hale Denbow Daur     9m   Kent Lower Nalmer  

7.  Public Member Trees (online at Ancestry.com).

8.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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