The Corll Story, Part 3
The Corll Story part three depicts the geogra[hical locations of the Corll settlers in Ohio. Behind in Lynn Twp., Lehigh Co. and Albany Twp., Berks Co., Pennsylvania, perhaps are some of the descendants of the Corll settlers in America, but to our known research none haing the Corll surname. It seems that most of the Corll emigrants left during the 1810-1820 decade and migrated westward to other parts of Pennsylvania and Ohio. Most of them ended their trek in Trumbull Co., Ohio. In this part three we will look at the settlements in Mahoning Co.(part of Trumbull in the early 1800s) and Trumbull Co. I will be using the Atlas' of 1874 for these two counties. The principle emigrants were John Corll,sr., and his siblings Daniel Corll, Jonathan Corll, Jesse Carl and Susannah Corll Stroup. Their homesteading took the form of cluster settlements in southeastern Austintown Twp. and northeastern Canfield Twp and Hubbard Twp. Remember that John Corll,sr. is the oldest sibling with his three brothers and sister Susannah being younger. Any other siblings of the Henry Corll family were females and as far as we know remained in eastern Pennsylvania uner their spouses' surnames.