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John Clayton CORBIN
Rhoda R. CAGLE
Husband:  John Clayton CORBIN
Birtth:  26 Aug 1858, Cherokee Co., GA
Death:  21 Oct 1905, Floyd Co., GA
Father:  Edley D. CORBIN
Mother:  Mary H. CLAYTON
Marriage:  13 Mar 1884, Bartow Co., GA
Wife:  Rhoda R. CAGLE
Birth:  23 Mar 1868, Cherokee Co., GA
Death:  14 Mar 1963, Floyd Co., GA
Disposition:  buried Floyd Springs Cemetery, Floyd Co., GA
Father:  James Marion CAGLE
Mother:  Adeline ABERNATHY
Children born in Floyd Co., GA:
  1.  Nettie E. CORBIN, b. 10 Jun 1885
  2.  William Bradley CORBIN, b. 9 Jan 1887
  3.  James Marion CORBIN, b. 7 Mar 1888; d. 25 Dec 1907
  4.  George M. CORBIN, b. 23 Dec 1890; d. 16 Jan 1923
  5.  Earve Alexander CORBIN, b. 25 May 1892; d. 10 Sep 1968
  6.  Lena Adeline CORBIN, b. 28 Feb 1894; d. 5 Mar 1919
  7.  John Elmer CORBIN, b. 9 Apr 1896; d. 6 Mar 1936
  8.  Mable M. CORBIN, b. 26 Jul 1898
  9.  Alvin Cagle CORBIN, b. 19 Aug 1901
10.  Bessie Murelle CORBIN, b. 22 Jun 1905
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Sources:

1.  Marriage Record:

.  1990 - Floyd Springs, Floyd Co., GA

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

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