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Nathan CORBIN
Sarah JAMES
Husband:  Nathan CORBIN, Sr.
Birth:  1738
Death:  1803
Father:  Nicholas CORBIN
Marriage:  16 Oct 1758, Baltimore Co., MD
Wife:  Sarah JAMES
Birth:  10 Feb 1733, Baltimore Co., MD
Father:  William JAMES
Mother:  Frances __?__

Sarah's birthdate is almost certainly incorrect, for two reasons:  1) men only very rarely married women older than themselves, and 2) if she was born in 1733, then she would have been 55 years of age when she birthed Abraham, which is biologically impossible.  "1733" was probably someone's misreading of "1738" or, more likely, a typo of "1743."  Getting married at 15 is much less far-fetched than having a baby at 55, or even 50.

Children born in Baltimore [or Harford?] Co., MD:
1.  John CORBIN, b. 31 Mar 1760 
2.  Shadrach CORBIN, b. 1766, Gunpowder, Baltimore Co., MD
3.  (Daughter A Margaret?) CORBIN, b. 1774-84
4.  Nathan CORBIN, Jr., b. 17 Jun 1776 
5.  Abraham CORBIN, b. 6 Mar 1788; bap. 26 Aug 1792, Baltimore Co., MD 

Based on early geographic proximity in MD, these are very likely Nathan & Sarah's children, though they do not appear later in Clermont Co., OH:
Thomas CORBIN, b. bef. 1774; m. 1790, Harford Co., MD, Nancy TURNER 
Delia CORBIN, b. 1774-84; m. 1797, Harford Co., MD, Thomas TURNER 

There is a Margaret CORBIN (b. 1775/6, MD) in the 1850 census of Clermont Co., OH (living with the DOUGHTY family), who, if unmarried rather than a widow, may be "Daughter A." 

Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Maryland, Ohio

Sources (n.b., Harford Co., was formed from Baltimore Co. in 1773):

1a.  Robert Barnes.  1978/93.  Maryland Marriages, 1778-1800.  Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD (Broderbund CD-195).
p. xi 2 BA - St. John's and St. George's Parish; copy made by Harrison, at MHS [Maryland Historical Society].  (Despite the title of the manuscript, the records are chiefly those of St. John's Parish.)
p. 40 Corbin, Nath'l, 16 Oct. 1758, Sarah James 2 BA-217

1b.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service: International Genealogical Index (IGI).
Abraham CORBIN
Birth: 6 Mar 1788, <>, Clermont, Ohio
Father: Nathan-Nathaniel CORBIN; Mother: Sarah JAMES
Source: [patron submission]
Abraham CORBAN
Christening: 26 Aug 1792, Saint James Protestant Episcopal Parish, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland
Father: Nathan CORBAN; Mother: Sarah
Source: Index to the register of births, marriages and deaths in St. James' Parish, Baltimore County.
Nathan CORBIN
Birth: 17 Jun 1776, Baltimore, Maryland
Father: Nathan-Nathaniel CORBIN; Mother: Sarah JAMES
Source: [patron submission]
They could not have been in Ohio as early as 1788 (only explorers and trappers and Amerinds were in the Northwest Territory that early, not European settlers), and Abraham's baptism in 1792 proves they were still in Maryland.

2.  Census Index:  Colonial America, 1607-1789 (Broderbund CD-310):  not found. 

3a.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1790 (Broderbund CD-311):  not found.  The Nathan CORBIN in Baltimore Co., MD, is the one who married Susannah ANDERSON and stayed in Maryland. 

3b.  1790 Census Index and Digital Images (online at Ancestry.com):  I searched all of Harford Co., line-by-line, and did not find Nathan CORBIN.

4.  1800 Census Index and Digital Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #4 of 12; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
1800 MD Harford Co. District 1 Roll 11 p. 7/73 Ln 7 Nathan Corbin 01101-00201-00
These data indicate:
No. & Sex  Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 10-15 1784-1790 = Abraham (b. 1788)
1 male 16-25 1774-1784 = Nathan Jr (b. 1776)
1 male 45 or over in or bef. 1755 = Nathan Sr (b. 1738)
2 females 16-25 1774-1784 = Nathan Jr's Wife: Sophia (b. 1777)
= Margaret? (b. 1775/6)
1 female 45 or over in or bef. 1755 = Sarah (b. 1743)
Nathan, Jr., and Sophia are newlyweds.

5a.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1810 (Broderbund CD-313):  not found, but then, the entire 1810 Ohio census was lost (except for Washington Co.).  Some tax lists are substituted on this CD, including ones from Clermont County, but, again, not found.

5b.  Clermont County Ohio 1810 Tax List Index [link died] (online at the Clermont County OHGenWeb site; contributed by Hope Freeman Carnicle):  no CORBINs on this list.

6.  1820 Census Index and Digital Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #2 of 12; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
1820 OH Clermont Co. Ohio Twp. p. 29/56 Ln. 18 Sarah Corbin 000100-00011-0-000
These data indicate:
No. & Sex  Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 19-25* 1794-1801 = hired help?
1 female 26-44 1775-1794 = Margaret? (b. 1775/6)
1 female 45 or over in or bef. 1775 = Sarah
0 persons engaged in [anything]
*In the 1820 Census, the third column is age class 16-18 and the fourth column is age class 16-25; therefore, any individual in column three is duplicated in column four.  By subtracting the number in column three from the number in column four, you can create an age class "19-25."
The male is too young to be Sarah's son.  Listed four lines from son, John CORBIN

7.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  AF - Ancestral File (online at FamilySearch.org).

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