Jonathan Corwin was born on November 14, 1640 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Bay. His parents were George Corwin and Elizabeth Herbert. He married Elizabeth Sheafe on March 20, 1669. He died on July 09, 1718 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Bay. 
Together they had 10 children:
"Jonathan Corwin (also Curwin or Corwen, November 14, 1640 – June 9, 1718) was a wealthy New England merchant, politician, and magistrate. He is best known as one of the judges involved in the Salem witch trials of 1692, although his later work also included service as an associate justice of the Massachusetts Superior Court of Judicature, the highest court of the Province of Massachusetts Bay."
Find A Grave Judge Jonathan Corwin Famous memorial; BIRTH 14 Nov 1640 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA; DEATH 9 Jun 1718 (aged 77) Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA; Parents: George Curwin 1610–1685 and Elizabeth Herbert Curwin 1611–1668; Spouses: Margaret Winthrop Corwin 1648–1711 (m. 1665) and Elizabeth Sheafe Corwin 1644–1718 (m. 1676). Jurist. He was a judge in the infamous Salem Witchcraft Trials of 1692, assisting in conducting examinations of many of those accused of witchcraft, which helped create a hysteria in the coastal Massachusetts town. As a result of the witchcraft trials, 20 people from in and around Salem Village (now Danvers), Massachusetts were hanged, and several other died in jail awaiting trial.
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