Alfred Correll, farmer, P. O. Trimble, was born in this county January 19, 1834, a son of Hiram and Rebecca (Newlin) Correll (see sketch of Thomas Correll elsewhere). His early education was limited. He started for himself in life at the plow, and has always given his attention to agricultural pursuits. He was first married, April 12,1857, in this county, to Nancy Jane Hill, born January 23, 1837, in this county, a daughter of Sargent and Lydia Catharine (Griggs) Hill. She died November 30,1877. By her our subject had ten children-Melissa E., born January 24,1858; Leander, November 4, 1859, and died December 29, 1881; Catharine R., November 15, 1861, died May 2, 1867; Clara A., April 30, 1865; Rosetta, August 8, 1867; Levi, April 8, 1869, died August 18, 1869; Harlem, December 16, 1870; Arthur A., August 9, 1873; a son, March 3, 1876, died March 7, 1876, and Thomas L., November 30, 1877, and died April 19, 1879. Our subject was married a second time, in this county, October 6, 1878, to Sarah Jane (York) Correll, born May 28, 1835, in this county, a daughter of John and Martha (Eaton) York. She was first married to Jonathan R. Correll, born June 4, 1835, and by him had four children-Louvisa, born April 2, 1856; Henry A., December 23, 1857; Mahala E., August 23, 1859, and Everett, July 31, 1860, and died in March, 1863. In 1857, our subject moved to his present place, which at that time consisted of eighty acres. It now contains 120 acres, mostly in cultivation. He is a member of the Patrons of Husbandry, and with his wife, of the Christian Church. He votes the Republican ticket.