The Robinsons and their kin folk . eath ofevery person by the name of Robinson to be found on the booksof the town. I also employed a competent person to give me anabstract from the land records of every transaction in land byany one by the name of Robinson in Attleboro and Rehoboth. The old homestead of George Robinson, Sr., is now a partof the farm of George H. Robinson of Seekonk, Mass. The oldhouse is still standing and occupied. It is supposed to have beenbuilt about 1660, by Mr. Robinson who is designated as a car-penter, and by him transferred to his son John for love andaffection, Feb.

The Robinsons and their kin folk . eath ofevery person by the name of Robinson to be found on the booksof the town. I also employed a competent person to give me anabstract from the land records of every transaction in land byany one by the name of Robinson in Attleboro and Rehoboth. The old homestead of George Robinson, Sr., is now a partof the farm of George H. Robinson of Seekonk, Mass. The oldhouse is still standing and occupied. It is supposed to have beenbuilt about 1660, by Mr. Robinson who is designated as a car-penter, and by him transferred to his son John for love andaffection, Feb. Stock Photo
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The Robinsons and their kin folk . eath ofevery person by the name of Robinson to be found on the booksof the town. I also employed a competent person to give me anabstract from the land records of every transaction in land byany one by the name of Robinson in Attleboro and Rehoboth. The old homestead of George Robinson, Sr., is now a partof the farm of George H. Robinson of Seekonk, Mass. The oldhouse is still standing and occupied. It is supposed to have beenbuilt about 1660, by Mr. Robinson who is designated as a car-penter, and by him transferred to his son John for love andaffection, Feb. 1, 1689. ROBINSONS EARLY kmiokants TQ amlkk.a. George Robinsona marriage is found recorded on the booksof Rehoboth to Johanna [ngraham, June t8, vs1- They hadeight children : 1 Mary, born May 30, 1052, who married Thomas Wil- marth, June 7, 1074. 2 vSamucl, born October 3, 1654, who married MehitabelRead, October 10, 1688, and was the ancestor of the late Rev.Kzekiel Oilman Robinson, I). D., long the president of BrownUniversity.. MRS. SARAH ROBINSON AT HERTON, IOO YEARS OLD, JUNE 1, IQOO. 3 George Jr., born February 21, 1656, who married, Nov.17, 1680, Elizabeth Guild and was my ancestor. 4 Elizabeth, born April 3, 1657, married, April 18, 1685, William Carpenter, who was the clerk of the proprietors LandRecords of Rehoboth and Attleboro. 5 William, born March 29, 1662, who never married. Hewas a weaver. His will was dated July 10, 1690, and provedMay 19, 1691. 6 Benjamin, born January 8, 1664, married, July 30, 1693, Rebecca Ingraham. 7 John, born November 29, 1668, married, first about 1690, Mary (perhaps Mary Cooper), and second, August 8, 1698, Judith Cooper, daughter of Thos. and Mary Cooper. Johninherited from his father the old home place previously men- ROBINSONS—EARLY EMIGRANTS TO AMERICA. «5 tioned and was the ancestor of Mrs. Samuel Atherton (SarahRobinson) of Peru, O., who was 100 years old on the ist of June, this year, and whom to-day you have elected an honorar

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