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James Fant CORBIN
Jane BRIGGS
Husband:  James Fant CORBIN
Birth:  23 Mar 1781, VA
Death:  1835
Father:  Rev. Lewis Henry CORBIN
Mother:  Elizabeth READ
Marriage:
Wife:  Jane BRIGGS
Birth:  ca. 1785
Death:  1826
Children born in KY:
(Said to be born in Grant or Harrison Co., KY, but there are no CORBINs in the 1810 or 1820 censuses of either county.)
1.  John CORBIN, b. 1807/8
2.  Charles CORBIN, b. 1808, KY; m. 1 Dec 1829, ourbon Co., KY, Jemima ASHBOUGH
3.  August CORBIN, b. 1811-15
4.  Granville A. CORBIN, b. 18 Mar 1812; d. 21 Feb 1848; m. 7 Jul 1836, Adams Co., IL, Sarah L. WHEELER; m. Rachel B. BLOOMFIELD
5.  Sarah "Sallie" CORBIN, b. 1814, KY; m. Mr. EMERY
6.  Parker CORBIN, b. 23 Jul 1815
7.  George Washington CORBIN, b. 8 Jul 1820; m. 3 Apr 1845, Adams Co., IL, Catharine C. MEACHAM; m2. 26 Sep 1875, Adams Co., IL, Agnes __?__
8.  America CORBIN, b. 8 Jul 1820; m. 8 Feb 1838, Adams Co., IL, Robert M. MALONE
9.  Nancy CORBIN, b. 1825-30
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Illinois, Kentucky

Sources:

1.  Illinois Statewide Marriage Index (online at http://www.ilsos.gov/GenealogyMWeb/marrsrch.html).

2.  Les McCarter.  The Honolulu McCarter Family Web Site (online at http://mc-carter.net/tree.aspx).

3.  CORBINs in the Illinois Census.

4.  LDS.  Family Search:  Family Trees (online at familysearch.org).

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