Working out of what became known as the Cupola House in Edenton, North Carolina, Corbin was the commissioned land agent for the Earl of Granville (one of the eight Lords Proprietors who did sell back his land to the British Crown). The proprietary agent and power of attorney for North Carolina also held numerous other provincial positions: a member of the governor's council, judge of the court of vice admiralty, an associate justice in the colony's general court system, colonel of the Chowan County militia, and a justice in Chowan's courts of pleas and quarter sessions. He fell out of Governor Dobbs' favor and eventually lost his numerous posts. He died in 1769.
Currently there are no documents available where this individual is the sender.
Currently there are no documents available where this individual is the recipient.