I'm going to suggest that you contact these 3 descendants of this family line.
Tina Czopek [firstname.lastname@example.org] Sandra Quinn [DSABQUINN@worldnet.att.net] Brenda Van Dyke [email@example.com]
They are the ones who did the majority of the research on the family line of Richard Allen & Lucinda Corder.
But I think I just found the bio you speak of...
WILLIAM ALLEN, a trustee of Salt Creek township, and one of its substantial farmers, owning 117 acres of well-cultivated land in section 20, near Whisler, was born in Muskingum County, Ohio, July 12, 1837. His parents were John and Nancy (Willard) Allen, the former of whom was born in Virginia and the latter in Pennsylvania.
William Allen was about 12 years of age when his parents removed from Muskingum to Hocking County, and there he was reared as a farmer, obtaining his education in the district schools. In 186o he came to Pickaway County and for a number of years engaged in farming in Pickaway township. In 1885 he settled on his present farm in Salt Creek township, a fine property which is owned jointly by himself and wife.
On July 24, 1873, Mr. Allen was married to Jennie N. Warren, who was born in Salt Creek township, Pickaway County, Ohio, December 21, 1854, and is a daughter of Thomas and Pleasant (Newhouse) Warren. Her father was born in Salt Creek township and her mother in Pickaway township. Her paternal grandfather, Tillman Warren, was born in Maryland and was one of the earliest settlers in Salt Creek township. Mrs. Allen has one brother and one sister, viz.: Henry, of Salt Creek township ; and Melissa E., wife of Isaac Rossiter, of Salt Creek township.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen have had five children, viz.: Otto W. and Roy L., both residents of Salt Creek township; and Harry T., Wayne and Wilbur, who are deceased.
Mr. Allen is a Democrat in politics and' on that ticket he was elected township trustee, an office he fills most efficiently. Mrs. Allen is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Whisler. Mr. Allen is one of the representative men of Salt Creek township and one of its best and most reliable citizens.