- The Corbin lineage : a genealogy of the family descended from JOHN CORBIN and MARY TAPP- wedded in 1799
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you can download it. This book belonged to Myrtle Harbin Lind (my Grandmother) and it is
now available for everyone to share through FamilySearch.
Authors: Cain, Blanche Corbin, b. 1886 ; East, Mona Corbin (Mona Alice Corbin), 1893- printed in 1953
- Description: John Corbin (d.ca.1738) emigrated from England to Gloucester County, Virginia during or before 1652, and moved to Richmond County, Vir ginia in 1692. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, New Mexico and elsewhere.
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Title Number: 2059894
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- ZOELLNER - ZELLNER
- ZELLNER CEMETERY, FORSYTH, GEORGIA
- HARBIN / HARBEN
- THE HENCKEL GENEALOGY by DR. BURT BROWN BARKER
- HENCKEL, HENKEL, HINKLE PATRIOTS IN THE DAR
- FORT HENCKEL MILITIA MUSTER ROLLS OF 1775
- "THE GERMAN WORLD of ANTHONY JACOB HENCKEL"
- WILSON + DEAN
- GEORGIA, PROBATE RECORDS, 1742-1975
- FAMILY PIECES - Iron Stone Tea Leaf - Glass Perfume Dresser Set - Topsy Turvy Rag Doll - Cast Iron Bull Dog
- RALCY the CHRIS CRAFT CLIPPER - 1940s