- "Between those who live here, the sailors coming and going from the pier, not to mention the travelers, our beds are always full and our taps are always flowing."
- ―Corrine proudly announcing the inn's progress to Connor.[src]
Prior to their arrival on the Homestead, Corrine and her husband had worked as innkeepers in Boston, a profession which they enjoyed very much. However, they were forced to leave when Redcoats took the inn for military purposes, leaving Corrine and her husband wandering until they came across the Homestead.
On the recommendation of the Homestead's residents, who appreciated the alcohol and good company, the Assassin Connor agreed to put forth the money for the construction of a tavern, to which Corrine hugged her husband in joy at the prospect of having an inn again. The building was ultimately named the "Mile's End", and provided bed and board for civilians, as well as good food and drink for Connor to sell.
Life on the HomesteadEdit
After the couple took up their roles as innkeepers and barkeeps, Corrine revealed that their business was doing very well, between the income received from sailors from the Aquila, residents of the Homestead, and travelers passing through.
When Father Timothy arrived at the Homestead, he requested room and board from Oliver and Corrine, who agreed. Corrine then handed him a bowl of soup, and he blessed them in return. When it was proposed that a church be built on the Homestead, Corrine confided that she and Oliver had been missing their Sunday Mass, and would enjoy Father Timothy's presence.
Later, Norris and Myriam's wedding reception was held at the Mile's End, where all of the Homestead residents, including Corrine and Oliver, gathered together to celebrate the occasion. The innkeepers were also present at the funeral of Achilles Davenport, where they mourned the loss of the "old man on the hill".
- Corrine was illiterate, as she required Father Timothy to read a letter received from her mother, which stated that the family's house, barn, and wagon in Natick, Massachusetts had burned to the ground, leaving them with no possessions and forcing them to live in poverty; Father Timothy proposed the Homestead create a collection to raise money for them.
- Ellen was to craft a cotton dress for Corrine, and stated that she would be the envy of the Homestead while taking Corrine's measurements.