Benjamin and Juliet Corwine Indenture
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Processed by: Benjamin Clark, April 2006

Biographical Note:

Benjamin Corwine (or Corwin) was born 26 February 1811 in Mason County, Kentucky. Corwine was a merchant by trade in Bainbridge, Indiana. In addition to his business, Corwine was a liberal supporter of the local Bainbridge schools and advocated the paving of roads in Putnam County. His wife, Juliet (St. Clair Whitsett) was born in Montgomery County, Kentucky 8 June 1825. Benjamin died 2 May 1872 and Juliet died 13 August 1908.

Weik, Jesse W. Weik’s History of Putnam County, Indiana. Indianapolis: B.F. Bowen and Company, 1910. 275-277.

Scope and Content Note:

This collection contains an indenture for real estate purchased by Benjamin and Juliet Corwine in Henry County, Indiana.

Item Listing:

1866 Jan. 22 Corwine indenture

Collection Information:

Size of Collection:

1 oversize folder

Collection Dates:



Kay Knott, April 1988

Access: This collection is open for research.



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