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Lyman CORBIN
Ms. __?__
Lucretia DOOLITTLE
Miriam BEERS
Husband:  Lyman CORBIN
Birth:  21 Jan 1787/90, Dudley, Worcester Co., MA
Death:  aft. 1850 census
Occupation:  farmer
Father:  Jedidiah CORBIN
Mother:  Hannah HOWE
Marriage-1:
Wife-1:  Ms. __?__
Marriage-2:  6 Jan 1825, Knox Co., OH
Wife-2:  Lucretia DOOLITTLE
Marriage-3:  22 Nov 1835, Knox Co., OH
Wife-3:  Miriam BEERS
Birth:  10 Aug 1800, NY
Death:  21 Dec 1876, Knox Co., OH
Occupation:  homemaker
Father:  Silas BEERS
Mother:  Mary BEACH
Children with Wife-1:
1.  (Son A) CORBIN, b. 1800-1810
2.  (Daughter A) CORBIN, b. 1810-15
Child with Lucretia DOOLITTLE:
3.  Hannah CORBIN, b. 1828/9, Knox Co., OH
Children with Miriam BEERS:
apparently none
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio

Sources:

1.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service: International Genealogical Index (IGI).
Lyman CORBIN
Birth: 21 Jan 1787, Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts
Father: Jedidiah CORBIN; Mother: Hannah
Source: Vital Records of Dudley, Massachusetts

2.  Liahona Research (Orem, UT), compilers.  1996.  Marriage Index:  Ohio, 1789-1850.  (Broderbund CD-400):
Corbin, Lyman Doolittle, Lucretia Jan  6, 1825 Knox Co.
Corbin, Lyman Beers, Myram Nov 22, 1835 Knox Co.

3.  Family Quest Archives:  Ohio Federal Census 1830:  Jackson, Jefferson, Knox, Lawrence, and Licking Counties.  Heritage Quest CD M19-134: (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen).
1830 OH Knox Co. Morris Twp. p. 273A Corbin Lyman 000 010 100 - 100 110 000
These data indicate:
No. & Sex  Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 20-29 1800-1810 = Son A
1 male 40-49 1780-1790 = Lyman (b. 1787) 
1 female 4 or under 1825-1830 = Hannah (b. 1828/9)
1 female 15-19 1810-1815 = Daughter A
1 female 20-29 1800-1810 = Lucretia 
The list is roughly alphabetical, so no neighborhood reconstruction is possible.

4.  Family Quest Archives:  Ohio Federal Census 1840:  Knox County.  Heritage Quest CD M704-406.
1840 OH Knox Co. Morris Twp. p. 312 Lyman Corbin 000 000 100 - 001 000 100
These data indicate:
No. & Sex Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 40-49 1790-1800 = Lyman (b. 1787)
1 female 10-14 1825-1830 = Hannah (b. 1828/9)
1 female 40-49 1790-1800 = Miriam (b. 1800)
Listed next to Lyman's brother, Alvin CORBIN

5.  Family Quest Archives:  Ohio Federal Census 1850: Knox County.  Heritage Quest CD M432-700:  Morris Twp., Knox Co., OH, p. 40B, 572/581, enumerated 17 Aug 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Lyman Corban 60 M Farmer 2000 Mass
Mirram  " 50 F     NY
Hannah  " 21 F     O

6.  1860

7.  1870

8.  Anon.  1881.  History of Medina County and Ohio.  Baskin & Battey, Historical Publ., Chicago (Broderbund CD-450).
p. 218    In 1807, the Connecticut Land Company had made a division of their lands west of the Cuyahoga River... In 1810, this property, known now as Harrisville Township, and a part of Westfield was surveyed into lots of 100 acres each... Mr. Harris at once made a visit to the new country; and, selecting a site for his cabin, went home, to return in the following year with his family and effects.  He was joined in his new home, in June of 1811, by ... and a little later by Calvin and Lyman Corbin from Boston, Mass...
pp.
485-
486
HARRISVILLE TOWNSHIP...
On the next morning, the 14th day of February, 1811, the ox-teams arrived in Harrisville, and Mr. Joseph Harris, his wife and child... settled permanently in the new township; and it is from this day that the first settlement of Harrisville Township dates...
   With June of the same year there came an accession to the new colony.  George Burr and his wife and his brother, Russell, arrived that month from Litchfield County, Conn., and settled on a lot adjoing Mr. Harris.  The month of September brought in two more settlers, Calvin and Lyman Corbin, from the city of Boston, Mass., who purchased and settled on the farm now owned by George Burr, a mile south of Lodi... The Harrisville colony now consisted of five men, two women, and two boys.  There were three log huts about one-half mile apart from each other, seven yoke of oxen and one horse and two dogs, with a lot of household furniture and farming tools and wagons.  This was the inventory on the 1st day of October, 1811.

9.  Knox Co., Ohio, Deed and Indenture Records. Gateway to the West. Vol. I. (Broderbund CD-175).  On p. 691:
2-26-1827 - Calvin CORBIN, Lyman CORBIN, Lucretia CORBIN, Clarissa CORBIN, Artimas CORBIN, Schyler CORBIN and Mary DISBROW; Heirs of Jedediah CORBIN, dec'd of Knox Co. to Alvin CORBIN of Knox Co. - $1000. - Land on East fork Owl Creek Section 2, Township 7, Range 13, military tract consisting of 220 acres, lines-Abner Ayres, John Eversole, Thos. Doolittle, Jas. Dolittle, Ziba Benedict, Schuyler Corbin. (Deed Book G, page 30)

10.  Broderbund.  World Family Trees.  Vol. 21, Pedigree Nos. 469 and 470; Vol. 30, Pedigree No. 1472.

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