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Published by S.C. Robinson in [Coleharbor, ND] (Robinson Stock Farm, Coleharbor 58531) .
Written in English


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Book details:

LC ClassificationsCS71.R66 1983a
The Physical Object
Pagination88, 6 p., [6] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2964739M
LC Control Number84209816

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  Robinson family history a history of the ancestors and descendants of Noel and Martha Arnold Robinson of Gallatin County, Kentucky by T. J. Beach Published by T.J. Beach in Pages: User Review - Flag as inappropriate This book is a fantastic genealogy resource for the ROBINSON family who immigrant to the United States was Captain Thomas Robinson, born in Scotland, moved to Northern Ireland, then came to America in colonial times. His family was considered SCOTCH-IRISH.4/5(1). To browse the currently available biographies for the Robinson family surname, click on the desired biography in the list below: A. J. Robinson (Brown County, Ohio) A. P. Robinson (Faulkner County, Arkansas) Charles M. Robinson (Seneca County, New York). Plaxco-Robinson: Being an Account of Two of the Ancient Presbyterian Families of Upper South Carolina (Particularly Situated in York and Chester Counties by Sam Mendenhall and William "Billy" White relates the history and genealogy of the Plaxco (also spelled Plexico) and Robinson Families from the mids through Many other surnames are covered in the book.

  The Robinson Family included in "History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield," Vol. II Part II (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($). Christopher Robinson arrived in Virginia, from England, in approximately He quickly established himself at a plantation called "Hewick," named after his family's Hewick estate in England. Descendants of Christopher Robinson soon became influential landholders, tobacco traders, and political leaders in . As such it is first recorded in England in the famous Domesday Book of It is said that the name was originally made popular by Robin Goodfellow, whose mischievous tricks were later described in Shakespeare's, "Midsummer Night's Dream", and perhaps even more so by Robin of Locksley, otherwise known as Robin Hood, who it is said (without too much evidence) stole from the rich to give to the poor. In reply to: Re: Family history book -Sarah Robinson. 4/06/ Thanks Rae! If there is a "site" that all would prefer I post to, please let me know, ok? I'm worried about the possibility of some of the wonderful posts "going away" as I post more of the book. page 6 4g. Samuel Robinson, b. .

  Robinson: Page 7 4g. Sarah Brewster, d. Sept. 11, 19 Read more on ! The Robinsons of North Kildare: years of family history [Robinson, James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Robinsons of North Kildare: years of family historyAuthor: James Robinson. The Robinson family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Robinson families were found in the USA in In there were Robinson families living in New York. This was about 17% of all the recorded Robinson's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Robinson families in Clan Robertson (also known as clan Donnachaidh) can trace their heritage further back than any other Scottish clan. They take their name from Robert "Riabhach" ("Grizzled") Duncanson, who captured and put to death the assassins of King James I.