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The Corwins of Warren County, Ohio

There were numerous Corwin families in Warren County, most (if not all) of whom were descendants of Jesse Corwin and his wife Keziah Case.
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Corwin Biographical Index

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Ichabod Corwin Monument

Upon this site in March 1796
Ichabod Corwin
Erected the First Cabin on
Land Which Is now Lebanon, Ohio

This tablet placed by Turtle Creek Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution 1962
[click here for close-up of tablet]

by
Arne H Trelvik

Corwin Brothers

The brothers of Keziah Corwin Schnorf - Matthias, Joseph, Ichabod, James,Richard, William, Benjamin and Milton. They were the children of Joseph Case Corwin and Susanna Wickerham.
[ not sure who is who]

by
John Walker

11 May 2005
who obtained it from
Kimberly (Martin) Richard

Ohio Historical Marker
Thomas Corwin
(1794-1865
)

One of the most effective political orators of his era, Tom Corwin (nicknamed "the Wagon Boy" for his War of 1812 service) resided here from 1839 until his death. A Whig stump speaker known for his wit and eloquence, he was elected governor of Ohio in 1840 and campaigned for William henry Harrison in his presidential victory that year. Corwin served six terms in Congress and one in the Senate, where he spoke out against the Mexican War in 1847. He also served as secretary of the treasury in the Fillmore administration and as PResident Lincoln's minister to Mexico.
Built and first occupied by Corwin's brother-in-law Phineas Ross in 1818, the Corwin House is representative of Federal-style architecture of this period.

The Ohio Bicentennial Commission, The Longaberger Company, Recovery Services of Warren and Clinton Counties, The Ohio Historical Society
2002

by
Arne H Trelvik
11 May 2005
CORWIN
top middle bottom
David B. Corwin
1824 - 1901
Edna Corwin
1830 - 1908
Ellsworth Corwin
1869 - 1885
John Walker writes,
"Tombstone is in cemetery at Independence, Warren County, Indiana.
David B. Corwin was born Warren County, Ohio 10 Feb 1824 to Joseph William Corwin and his 1st wife, Sarah Burntrager. Joseph William Corwin is buried in Lebanon Cemetery Old Section Lot 75 with his 2nd wife, Priscilla Corbly
Edna (Cook) Corwin was born 18 Mar 1830 in New Jersey to Anthony Cook and Nancy "Mary Ann" Taylor. See "Descendants of Anthony Cook" for more information about the David B. Corwin and Edna Cook family"
Forwarded
by
John Walker

1 April 2006
who obtained it from
Lynn Howard

undated photo of
Thomas Groves Hurst
(1860-1936) and his wife Nancy Ann (Corwin) Hurst (1865-1952)

John Walker writes,
" Nancy Ann (Corwin) Hurst is the daughter of David B. Corwin and Edna Cook"

Forwarded
by
John Walker

1 April 2006
who obtained it from
Lynn Howard

undated photo of
Nancy Ann (Corwin) Hurst (1865-1952)

John Walker writes,
" Nancy Ann (Corwin) Hurst is the daughter of David B. Corwin & Edna Cook and the wife of Thomas Groves Hurst"

Forwarded
by
John Walker

1 April 2006
who obtained it from
Lynn Howard
Joseph Corwin, Jr. (1804-1874)
son of Joseph Case Corwin & Susannah Wickerham
husband of (1) Sarah Burntrager & (2) Priscilla Corbly

Priscilla (Corbly) Corwin (1805-1878)
daughter of John Corbly and Elizabeth Fansler
2nd wife of Joseph Corwin, Jr.

Photos contributed by
Ruth (Hofer) Justison
11 Mar 2007


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