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Nicholas CORBIN
Subject:  Nicholas CORBIN
Birth:  1676-78, Baltimore Co., MD
Death:  aft. 1702
Father said to beNicholas CORBIN I but no son, Nicholas, is mentioned in the will of Nicholas I
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Sources:

1.  Robert W. Barnes.  1989.  Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759.  Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD (Broderbund CD-195).  Boldface added.
p. 134 CORBIN, NICHOLAS (2), s. of Nicholas (1), first appeared in the tax lists in 1694, indicating he was b. c. 1676-1678; may be the Nicholas "Corver" whose wid. owned 100 a. part Bachelor's Choice in 1750; issue not proven...

2.  Census Index:  Colonial America, 1607-1789 (Broderbund CD-310):
1700 Cockran, Nicholas MD Baltimore Co. N Side Patapsco Hu
1702 Corbin, Nicholas MD Baltimore Co. N Side Patapsco Hu
1704 Tax List Calvine, Nicholas MD Baltimore Co. S Side Back River
1705 Tax List Calven, Nicholas MD Baltimore Co. N Side Patapsco
His alleged brother, Edward CORBIN, is also on the rolls. 

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