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An American Family History

Samuel McCorkle

  also spelled McCorkel, McCorcle  
     
 

Samuel McCorkle was born about 1790. He was the son of Samuel McCorkle.

His wife was Christina. Christina was born about 1798.

George C. McCorkle (1812, Susanna Torbett,
Lydia McCorkle ( 1820, married Samuel Torbett),
Minerva McCorkle (1825, married Joseph Jenkins),
Charlotte McCorkle (1826, married Tyre Lawson),
Clarissa McCorkle (1828),
Elizabeth McCorkel (1829, married Elisha Lillard),
Lucinda McCorkle (1834, married Lafayette Francis Lillard),
Robert McCorkel (1835)

At the time of the 1840 census, Christina was in Piney Flats, Tennessee. The household consisted of

a woman between 40 & 49 -Christina
2 men between 20 & 29
a girl between 15 & 19 -Minerva
2 girls between 10 & 14- Charlotte & Clarissa
2 girls between 5 & 9 - Elizabeth & Lucinda
a boy 5 thru 9: 1- Robert

 
     
 

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