Person:Gawin Corbin (5)

m. BEF 1720
  1. Gawin Corbin1725 - 1759
  2. Winifred Corbin
m. bef 22 Feb 1749/50
  1. Martha "Patty" CorbinABT 1748 - 1809
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Gawin Corbin
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1725 Westmoreland, Virginia, United States
Other[2] 1736-1740 King and Queen, Virginia, United StatesMember of House of Burgess
Other[2] 1742 -1747 Middlesex, Virginia, United StatesMember House of Burgesses
Marriage bef 22 Feb 1749/50 Virginia, United Statesto Hannah Ludwell Lee
Death[1] Dec 1759 Westmoreland, Virginia, United StatesPeckatone Plantation
Probate? 29 Jan 1760 Westmoreland, Virginia, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Gawin Corbin, in Hardy, Stella Pickett. Colonial families of the Southern States of America: a history and genealogy of colonial families who settled in the colonies prior to the Revolution. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1965), Burwell Family of Virginia.

    p 173 - COL. GAWIN CORBIN, (19—3)... [married] (third) Martha Bassett...
    p 174 - Issue by third marriage...
    p 175 - 20—7. Gawin, of "Peckatone," Westmoreland Co., Va., b. 1725; educated in England; took a prominent and active part in affairs of the Church and State; was a Vestryman of Stratton Major Parish; he m. his cousin Hannah Lee, dau. of Hon. Thomas and Hannah (Ludwell) Lee, of "Stratford," Westmoreland Co., Va. (See Lee lineage.)
    21—1. Martha, m. 1769, Hon. George Turberville, of Westmoreland Co., Va., son of Col. George and Martha (Lee) Turberville, of "Hickory hill," and had issue. (See Turberville and Lee lineage.)

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Gawin Corbin, in Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography.

    IV--Burgesses and Other Prominent Persons
    Name: Gawin Corbin
    son of Gawin Corbin and Jane Lane, his wife, lived at "Pekatone," Westmoreland county, and at "Laneville," King and Queen county. He was burgess for King and Queen county in 1736-1740 and for Middlesex county in 1742-1747. He married Hannah Lee, daughter of Thomas Lee, of "Stratford," Westmoreland county, Virginia, and his will was proved in Westmoreland county January 29, 1760.
    [Note: Parents are in conflict with Hardy above.]