Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Vermont: Abounding with Nearby Robinsons to Abiathar Smith Robinson
In trying to find who could be Abiathar's father, as he appeared marrying Julia Ann Tuller of Royalton, Vermont in February 1852 from Tunbridge, where they married. Tunbridge is in Orange County and Royalton is in Windsor County, and they kept excellent records in Orange, or at least retrievable ones that I've found on familysearch and ancestry.com and findagrave. One family could have 10 children and soon the area was loaded with Robinsons who moved out as farmers into nearby communities seeking land for farming. I thought Hiram was as good as any other prospect. Incidentally, New England was also full of Hiram Robinsons. In my own name bank, I've counted 16.
|Frank Hugh Robinon's son, Edward Kenneth Robinson, born 1915,|
he bears his grandfather Abiathar's shape of head and receding hairline on top.
1  HIRAM Name of Phoenecian king of Tyre: The Hebrew Bible says that he allied himself with King David of the United Kingdom of Israel (2 Samuel 5:11, 1 Kings 5:1, 1 Chronicles 14:1). Robinson b: December 06, 1806 in prob. Strafford, Orange, Vermont d: February 06, 1892 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont
. +Zeruiah Zeruah A. Tyler b: January 19, 1808 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont d: September 03, 1847 in prob Strafford, Orange, Vermont Zeruiah // (צרויה, sometimes transliterated Tzruya or Zeruya) is a figure in the Hebrew Bible. She was a sister of King David. According to 1 Chronicles 2:13-16 and also the Babylonian Talmud (Shabbat 55), Zeruiah was a daughter of Jesse (sister to Abigail another of Jesse's daughters according to 2 Samuel 17:25). Zeruiah had three sons, Abishai, Joab, and Asahel, all of whom were soldiers in David's army (and also David's nephews).Love her biblical name. They were into studying the Old Testament and especially admired King David, I see. It's interesting to me that Christians had picked names from the Bible that we Jewish people do not necessarily use. We use the names of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, Joseph, and some of their descendants .along with names such as David, Samuel, Joel, Joshua, etc.
The only problem I see here is that Hiram wouldn't have married Zeruiah until 2 years after Abiathar was born in 1829. They married in 1831, if records I found were correct. I guess this happened in the past as well as with today's people. She was certainly old enough. Abiathar was very religious. Would he have done this? Zeruiah died young in 1847, and Hiram remarried Abigail George. I'm not sure who Abiathar's siblings' mother would have been. He would certainly have been Zeruiah's son. His name of Abiathar, another biblical name connected to King David, certainly fits. He was the tenth high priest, and the fourth in descent from Eli. When his father was slain with the priests of Nob, he escaped, and bearing with him the ephod, he joined David, who was then in the cave of Adullam ( 1 Samuel 22:20-23 ; 23:6 ). He remained with David, and became priest of the party of which he was the leader ( 1 Samuel 30:7 ). When David ascended the throne of Judah, Abiathar was appointed high priest ( 1 Chronicles 15:11 ; 1 Kings 2:26 ) and the "king's companion" ( 1 Chronicles 27:34 )
|Tunbridge, Orange, Vermont and a covered bridge they are noted for.|
|This is Hetty Green Robinson also born in 1834 like our Julia Ann, but in Massachusetts. |
known as Henrietta Howland Robinson, closest I could get to a picture of this era.
This lady died at 81 of a stroke in 1916.
(née Robinson; November 21, 1834 – July 3, 1916), nicknamed the "Witch of Wall Street", was an American businesswoman and financier known as "the richest woman in America" during the Gilded Age. Known for both her wealth and her miserliness, she was the lone woman to amass a fortune when other major financiers were men. Give her cudos for doing something women just didn't do then. She was a first!
+Julia Ann Tuller b: December 18, 1834 in Royalton, Windsor, Vermont d: December 02, 1887 in Wenona, Marshall, Illinois Julia married Abaithar at age 17, lived in a gorgeous green state with covered bridges and during the Civil War had moved to Canada, then returned to Wenona, Illinois when it was over. Why they left is not known, only a fact discovered by the descendants. She was probably a lot happier than Henriettq Robinson ever was, even with all her money.
.......... 3  Edward Rix Robinson b: November 1852 in Vermont d: in 1922
.............. +Charlotte Nettie Anette Jenette Jenson b: 1835 in Pennsylvania d: in Illinois
.......... *2nd Wife of  Edward Rix Robinson:
.............. +Nora E. Gunning Stull b: 1856
.......... *3rd Wife of  Edward Rix Robinson:
.............. +Nora E Gunning Stull b: 1836 in Indiana
|A Charles Robinson, same cemetery of Wenona, Illinois. I note the broken headstone lying upside down|
on the left of Robinson, of a soldier in the infantry. I took the picture years ago.
|Charles T Robinson b: 1891|
He's one of ours! He's the son
of John C. Robinson, son
of Abiathar Smith R.
|Edgar C Robinson born in 1892 as a soldier in WWI. |
He's also a son of John C. Robinson
son of Abiathar Smith R.
Generation No. 1
1. EDGAR CLYDE9 ROBINSON, SGT (JOHN C.8, ABIATHAR SMITH7, HIRAM6, DANIEL5, DANIEL4, EBENEZER3, SAMUEL GEORGE2, GEORGE1) was born November 16, 1892 in Slaten, Minnesota, and died February 20, 1960 in Wenona, Marshall, Illinois.
Notes for EDGAR CLYDE ROBINSON, SGT:
5/10/08 from ancestry connection service: There is an Edgar C Robinson b: 11/16/1892, served in Co H 20 Inf WWII and died 2/20/1960 buried in the Wenona Cemetery. Near him is a Bert, John, and Arthur. (At his age I would think it was WWI but I can't find him there, either)
5/10/08 He died at age 67 years3 months 4 days.
5/12/08 I received a picture of his headstone through findagrave and it said Edgar C. Robinson, Illinois, Sgt Co H 20 Infantry WWI, Nov 16, 1892-Feb 20, 1960.
More About EDGAR CLYDE ROBINSON, SGT:
Date born 2: November 16, 1892, prob. Wenona, Marshall, Illinois
Date born 3: 1894, Minnesota
Burial: February 23, 1960, Lot 81 Blk 3 Wenona Cemetery, Wenona, Marshall, Illinois
Census 1: Bet. June 06 - 07, 1900, Wenona City, Illinois, age 7 Clyde
Census 2: January 02, 1920, La Salle City, Illinois, age 26
Census 3: April 02, 1930, LaSalle, LaSalle, Illinois age 37
Individual: December 12, 1955, Signed for headstone of brother, Charles T in Wenona
Military service 1: 1917, Sgt, Co H, 20 Infantry WWI
Military service 2: 1942, WWII Draft/Reg: age 49 La Salle, Illinois
Occupation 1: 1920, Plumber, house builder
Occupation 2: 1930, house mover, probably with brother Charles
Occupation 3: 1942, unemployed
Residence 1: 1930, 3rd St, LaSalle, IL with mother; Charles & John
Residence 2: 1942, No phone: 223 Hennepin LaSalle, LaSalle, Ill
Residence 3: December 12, 1955, 359 1st St. LaSalle, Illinois
Residence 4: May 10, 2008, Ancestry connection service
.......... 3 Edgar Clyde / b: 1853 in Vermont/Illinois d: 1903 in Wenona, Illinois
.............. +Mary Elizabeth Acuff b: 1859 in Illinois
.......... 3  Nellie Elizabeth Robinson b: October 1857 in Upper Canada (Eng.) d: December 28, 1905 in Omaha, Nebraska, Douglas County
.............. +Daniel C.G. McCullom McCollem b: August 15, 1857 in prob. Magnolia, Putnam, Illinois d: March 07, 1891 in Omaha, Nebraska, age 36
.......... *2nd Husband of  Nellie Elizabeth Robinson:
.............. +Alexander Charles Sillik b: July 17, 1855 in Ohio/Livingston, Madison, Illinois d: July 07, 1923 in Tulsa, Oklahoma
.......... 3 Emma "Hattie" Robinson b: August 1861 in Canada d: December 29, 1930 in Streater, La Salle, Illinois
.............. +George D. Miller b: September 23, 1855 in Wenona, Marshall County, Illinois d: July 02, 1924 in prob. Wenona, Illinois
.......... 3 John C. Robinson b: April 21, 1864 in Montreal, Canada (Eng). d: June 05, 1923 in La Salle, Illinois
.............. +Hermia Howell b: August 09, 1863 in Dana, LaSalle, Illinois d: October 27, 1936 in La Salle, La Salle, Illinois
.......... 3 Julia Robinson b: 1865 in Vermont d: 1903
.......... 3 William S. Robinson b: June 1867 in prob. Wenona, Marshall County, Illinois d: April 19, 1935 in Peoria/ LaSalle, Illinois
.............. +Carrie A. Monninger b: February 05, 1867 in Dana, Illinois d: December 14, 1943 in Davenport, Iowa
|One of the Robinsons in Wenona in its heyday. |
Have these terrible haircuts returned today?
|Robinson brothers in Wenona, Marshall, Illinois|
love their pointed toed shoes! Could be
Charles and Edgar out of the service.
|John F. Robinson before or after |
soldiering days of WWI. in Wenona, Ill.
I think he has a "Bing Crosby look to him."
At least the hat covers those terrible haircuts.
|John F Robinson b: 1896|
Uniforms make men look so good!
This should be John Franklin
"shorty" Robinson, son of
John C, son of Abiathar R.
|A young Frank b: 1870 before mustache days.|
|Frank Hugh Robinson with mustache is on the left with|
possibly his younger brother or a friend.
.............. +Alice Mitchell b: January 1877 in Iowa d: 1902 in Iowa/Nebraska
.......... *2nd Wife of  Frank Hugh Robinson:
.............. +Gustafva"Augusta" Johansson Gustafson b: January 31, 1870 in (Village) Lumsheden, Svardsjo parish, Kopparbergs lan (county)Dalarna Province, Sweden d: April 19, 1955 in Hillsboro, Washington County, Oregon, age 85
.......... 3 Minnie J. Robinson b: November 1875 in Wenona, Marshall, Illinois d: 1923 in Illinois
.............. +Louis Sherman Cusac b: January 20, 1866 in Wenona, Marshall, Illinois, d: October 05, 1944 in Limestone Twp., Peoria County, Illinois
|Arthur Roy Robinson, 10th and last of Abiathar's children, born 1879 in Wenona.|
.............. +Minnie Mae "Ross"Smith b: June 22, 1885 in Varna, Marshall, Illinois d: February 07, 1974 in Chillicothe, Peoria, Illinois
.... *2nd Wife of  Abiathar Smith Robinson:
........ +Mary Jane Unknown Walters b: November 1832 in Ohio d: July 1918 in Streator, Illinois, age 85
.... 2  Marcia Marinda A. Robinson b: 1832 in prob. Strafford, Orange, Vermont
.... 2  DANIEL WALLACE Robinson III b: January 03, 1834 in prob. Strafford, Orange, Vermont d: April 02, 1904 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont
........ + Louisa Eloise A. Fulham b: November 15, 1833 in Vermont d: March 26, 1911 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont
.......... 3  Herbert Elmer Robinson b: March 31, 1862 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont
.............. + Nellie M. Stoddard b: Abt. 1862
.......... 3  CHARLES L. Robinson b: September 25, 1864 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont d: November 17, 1882 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont
.......... 3  Willard "William" H. Robinson b: August 1870 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont d: in prob. Strafford, Orange, Vermont
.............. + Carrie L.A. b: February 1872 in prob. Strafford, Orange, Vermont d: in prob. Strafford, Orange, Vermont
.......... 3  Phillip S. Robinson b: 1876 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont
.... 2  Emily M. Robinson b: 1841 in prob. Strafford, Orange, Vermont
*2nd Wife of  HIRAM Robinson:
. +Abigail George b: October 20, 1815 in Vermont d: February 26, 1901 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont
.... 2  Marcia Marinda A. Robinson b: 1832 in prob. Strafford, Orange, Vermont
MORE: THEY ABOUND:added 4/26/17 sent by cousin Cheryl (Going back to George of Scotland)
Descendants of Zadock Robinson 1 Zadock Robinson b: July 07, 1763 in Foxboro, Massachusetts d: December 22, 1814 in prob. Strafford, Orange, Vermont .. +Lois Hebbard b: July 03, 1768 in Lebanon, New Hampshire d: September 02, 1858 . 2 Zadock Robinson b: December 1789 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont . 2 Nancy Robinson b: March 30, 1791 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont . 2 Jedediah H. Robinson, Dr. b: May 22, 1793 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont d: June 21, 1861 . 2 Silas A. Robinson b: January 24, 1795 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont . 2 David Robinson b: November 02, 1796 in Mass/Strafford, Orange, Vermont ..... +Luna b: 1799 in Vermont ..... 3 Preston K. Robinson b: 1826 in East Fairlee, Orange, Vermont ..... 3 Harriett Robinson b: 1829 in East Fairlee, Orange, Vermont ..... 3 James L. Robinson b: 1831 in East Fairlee, Orange, Vermont ..... 3 Abby Robinson b: 1834 in East Fairlee, Orange, Vermont ..... 3 Eleanor Robinson b: 1836 in East Fairlee, Orange, Vermont ..... 3 Adeline L. Robinson b: 1840 in East Fairlee, Orange, Vermont . 2 John R. Robinson b: November 18, 1797 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont . 2 Polly Robinson b: September 03, 1799 in St. Armand, Canada d: August 11, 1847 ..... +Jesse Paine b: Abt. 1799 . 2 Lois Robinson b: August 04, 1801 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont . 2 Harriett Robinson b: September 12, 1803 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont . 2 Thomas J. Robinson b: February 17, 1806 in Strafford, Orange, Vermont
|Farm somewhere in USA and well-known red barn. |
Frank had a horse he loved and fought for it with his father. When an adult he
became a teamster with 6 horses to handle with his express wagon.
One place that's very important to genealogists in searching for ancestors is the cemetery. findagrave.com is a
good source for finding information, though we are dependant on the accuracy of donors. The pictures
do help, but again those making the headstones are dependant on someone's information that is given to them.
2nd Cousin Tom's pictures and genealogy facts
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