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Subject: Re: Fwd: GEDCOM - Robinson / Wark line?
Date: 12/30/2009 4:16:50 P.M. Pacific Standard Time
From: pam@joyloft.com
To: JWark@aol.com


Oh don't feel bad, Marcella. I hope you have a wonderful visit and when
you have time, I'll still be here - and grateful.

The oldest Robinson I'm looking for is William James Robinson married to
Hannah Moore who had the two sons, Samuel Robinson who married Ellen
McCammon and James Robinson who married Sarah Goe.

Thanks again, and have a very safe trip home!

Pam

> Hello Pam,
>
> I get so bogged down, I probably didn't ever get around  to sending  you a
> GEDCOM.
>
> At present we are in Arizona visiting our daughter's family for the
> holidays, and various other members of the family.  We leave for Menlo
> Park  the
> end of this week, it takes us two driving days to get back to Menlo, and a
> bit to recover from the drive.  However, we have done it so many times we
> know every curve of the road.
>
> Of course, all my papers are in Menlo, so I will check it out and get back
> to you.  In the meantime, let me know the oldest Robinson of the line, so
> I
>  can be sure to get the right one.  I do have my laptop with me, so maybe
> can get a chance to look it up.
>
> Glad to hear from you - hope you are having happy holidays.
>
> Marcella
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look in 1830 Can census   ask Thetford Mines' Robinsons, is it James or William ??
Census for 1851 Megantic has been lost. [JAM] 
ROBINSON, William James (I985)
 
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Subject: Re: Fwd: GEDCOM - Robinson / Wark line?
Date: 12/30/2009 4:16:50 P.M. Pacific Standard Time
From: pam@joyloft.com
To: JWark@aol.com


Oh don't feel bad, Marcella. I hope you have a wonderful visit and when
you have time, I'll still be here - and grateful.

The oldest Robinson I'm looking for is William James Robinson married to
Hannah Moore who had the two sons, Samuel Robinson who married Ellen
McCammon and James Robinson who married Sarah Goe.

Thanks again, and have a very safe trip home!

Pam

> Hello Pam,
>
> I get so bogged down, I probably didn't ever get around  to sending  you a
> GEDCOM.
>
> At present we are in Arizona visiting our daughter's family for the
> holidays, and various other members of the family.  We leave for Menlo
> Park  the
> end of this week, it takes us two driving days to get back to Menlo, and a
> bit to recover from the drive.  However, we have done it so many times we
> know every curve of the road.
>
> Of course, all my papers are in Menlo, so I will check it out and get back
> to you.  In the meantime, let me know the oldest Robinson of the line, so
> I
>  can be sure to get the right one.  I do have my laptop with me, so maybe
> can get a chance to look it up.
>
> Glad to hear from you - hope you are having happy holidays.
>
> Marcella
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------










look in 1830 Can census   ask Thetford Mines' Robinsons, is it James or William ??
Census for 1851 Megantic has been lost. [JAM] 
ROBINSON, William James (I985)
 
3 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Leeds Wesleyan Methodist Church Register; 1864; M210/3,
frame 001416; National Archives of Quebec; Federation of Quebec Families, Case
postale 6700, Sillery, QC, G1T 2W2, Canada; NOTE:
NOTE:  (from disk) (back of Eighth Leaf)

                     "Baptism
                               Thomas Alexander son of Thomas
                      Robinson Robinson and Hannah Wright
                                         in Inverness
                               his wife born ^ on the Third
                               day of February A.D. One Thous-
                               and Eight Hundred and
                               Sixty Two and baptized on
                               the Seventh day of September
                               of the following year in the
                               presence of subscribing witness
                               es              By Me

                      Witnesses
                      Samuel Bouttell           Wm.Hansford
                        Hugh Cairns                  Minister"

COMMENT:  In the filmed 1864 Leeds Wesleyan Methodist Church record book, some
entries show some were baptized in 1863 and some were baptized in 1864.
The report, written in French, at the end of the book, may explain some of
this.

!BIRTH:  Not listed in Anglo Protestants.

!MARRIAGE:  Inverness Methodist Church Register; 1891; M343/1, frame 02328,
National Archives of Quebec; Federation of Quebec Families, Case postale 6700,
Sillery, QC, G1T 2W2, Canada; NOTE:  (from disk)

                                         "Ninth leaf
                        Marriage
                        Thomas Alexander W. Robinson Bachelor
                        and Farmer of Inverness being twenty nine
                        years of age   and
                        Annie Elez. Olson Spinster of NewPort
                        Co Compton Quebec being Eighteen years
                        of age, her father and mother declaring their
                        agreement to the marrage, were united
                        in Marrage at Inverness Co.Megantic
                        on the Twenty fifth day of August in
                        the year of our Lord one thousand Eight
                        Hundred and Ninety one   by me   in
                          presence of Subscribing Witnesses
                                                Signed
                                             W.Henderson
                                                   Meth M.
                       Thomas Alex. Robinson
                         Thomas Lowry
                           Mackey? A Lowery
                           Annie Eliz Olsen"

MARRIAGE:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY, Repertory of
Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region de
l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5;
Marriages p 132; copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:
"25/08/1891  ROBINSON, Thomas Alexander Wright (29y) (farmer) ([Thomas &
                       Henrietta Wright])
             OLSON, Annie Elizabeth (18 y) New Port, Compton
             Methodist Church (Inverness)"

!BIOGRAPHY:  Marlita Lamontagne Ouellette, THE PIONEERS OF LOWER IRELAND, P.Q.,
1818-1980;; Roy et Laliberte Inc., Thetford Mines, Que., June 1980; p 154;
copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:   "ROBINSON  ...
  Thomas Alexander (3) is of Irish and Scottish descent, and was born in 1862
and later married Annie Elizabeth Olson on Aug. 25, 1891.  Thomas Alexander and
Annie settled on lot # 296, 5th range of Inverness and later exchanged this
farm with Thomas Lowry.  Thomas was quite a story-teller; friends would love to
gather at their home on Sunday to share a yarn.  Thomas also was a horse
trader.
  Annie Elizabeth was recognized as being the best in knitting and spinning wool
and was a quiet person who enjoyed being at home.  In 1940 Thomas moved to
Ontario where he later died of pneumonia in 1950.  Annie Elizabeth died of
cirrhosis of the liver (1874-1959). Both are in Teen Ontario. ... 9c "

!CENSUS:  1911

Enumeration District 5: Inverness, Megantic, Quebec
Home / 1911 / Quebec / Megantic / 5 / Surname Listing

page 7

line
29    70 Robinson Thomas   M Father-in-law W Jun 1812 98 1901
30    71 Robinson Thomas   M Head M Feb 1856 55 1901
31    71 Robinson Annie   F Wife M Apr 1875 36 1901
32    71 Robinson William   M Son S Sep 1895 15 1901
33    71 Robinson Annie   F Daughter S Jun 1899 11 1901
34    71 Robinson Bertha   F Daughter S Jun 1901 9 1901
35    71 Robinson Henry   M Son S Feb 1906 5 1901

Notes on this page:
Line 12: Born in Ireland. Emigrated to Canada in 1841. (note added by: Dale
Wright)
Line 29: Born in Ireland. Emigrated to Canada in 1829. (note added by: Dale
Wright)
Line 37: Born in Ireland. Emigrated to Canada in 1862. (note added by: Dale
Wright)
They moved to Ontario in the 1940s. 
ROBINSON, Thomas Alexander Wright (I1032)
 
4 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Leeds Wesleyan Methodist Church Register; 1864; M210/3,
frame 001416; National Archives of Quebec; Federation of Quebec Families, Case
postale 6700, Sillery, QC, G1T 2W2, Canada; NOTE:
NOTE:  (from disk) (back of Eighth Leaf)

                     "Baptism
                               Thomas Alexander son of Thomas
                      Robinson Robinson and Hannah Wright
                                         in Inverness
                               his wife born ^ on the Third
                               day of February A.D. One Thous-
                               and Eight Hundred and
                               Sixty Two and baptized on
                               the Seventh day of September
                               of the following year in the
                               presence of subscribing witness
                               es              By Me

                      Witnesses
                      Samuel Bouttell           Wm.Hansford
                        Hugh Cairns                  Minister"

COMMENT:  In the filmed 1864 Leeds Wesleyan Methodist Church record book, some
entries show some were baptized in 1863 and some were baptized in 1864.
The report, written in French, at the end of the book, may explain some of
this.

!BIRTH:  Not listed in Anglo Protestants.

!MARRIAGE:  Inverness Methodist Church Register; 1891; M343/1, frame 02328,
National Archives of Quebec; Federation of Quebec Families, Case postale 6700,
Sillery, QC, G1T 2W2, Canada; NOTE:  (from disk)

                                         "Ninth leaf
                        Marriage
                        Thomas Alexander W. Robinson Bachelor
                        and Farmer of Inverness being twenty nine
                        years of age   and
                        Annie Elez. Olson Spinster of NewPort
                        Co Compton Quebec being Eighteen years
                        of age, her father and mother declaring their
                        agreement to the marrage, were united
                        in Marrage at Inverness Co.Megantic
                        on the Twenty fifth day of August in
                        the year of our Lord one thousand Eight
                        Hundred and Ninety one   by me   in
                          presence of Subscribing Witnesses
                                                Signed
                                             W.Henderson
                                                   Meth M.
                       Thomas Alex. Robinson
                         Thomas Lowry
                           Mackey? A Lowery
                           Annie Eliz Olsen"

MARRIAGE:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY, Repertory of
Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region de
l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5;
Marriages p 132; copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:
"25/08/1891  ROBINSON, Thomas Alexander Wright (29y) (farmer) ([Thomas &
                       Henrietta Wright])
             OLSON, Annie Elizabeth (18 y) New Port, Compton
             Methodist Church (Inverness)"

!BIOGRAPHY:  Marlita Lamontagne Ouellette, THE PIONEERS OF LOWER IRELAND, P.Q.,
1818-1980;; Roy et Laliberte Inc., Thetford Mines, Que., June 1980; p 154;
copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:   "ROBINSON  ...
  Thomas Alexander (3) is of Irish and Scottish descent, and was born in 1862
and later married Annie Elizabeth Olson on Aug. 25, 1891.  Thomas Alexander and
Annie settled on lot # 296, 5th range of Inverness and later exchanged this
farm with Thomas Lowry.  Thomas was quite a story-teller; friends would love to
gather at their home on Sunday to share a yarn.  Thomas also was a horse
trader.
  Annie Elizabeth was recognized as being the best in knitting and spinning wool
and was a quiet person who enjoyed being at home.  In 1940 Thomas moved to
Ontario where he later died of pneumonia in 1950.  Annie Elizabeth died of
cirrhosis of the liver (1874-1959). Both are in Teen Ontario. ... 9c "

!CENSUS:  1911

Enumeration District 5: Inverness, Megantic, Quebec
Home / 1911 / Quebec / Megantic / 5 / Surname Listing

page 7

line
29    70 Robinson Thomas   M Father-in-law W Jun 1812 98 1901
30    71 Robinson Thomas   M Head M Feb 1856 55 1901
31    71 Robinson Annie   F Wife M Apr 1875 36 1901
32    71 Robinson William   M Son S Sep 1895 15 1901
33    71 Robinson Annie   F Daughter S Jun 1899 11 1901
34    71 Robinson Bertha   F Daughter S Jun 1901 9 1901
35    71 Robinson Henry   M Son S Feb 1906 5 1901

Notes on this page:
Line 12: Born in Ireland. Emigrated to Canada in 1841. (note added by: Dale
Wright)
Line 29: Born in Ireland. Emigrated to Canada in 1829. (note added by: Dale
Wright)
Line 37: Born in Ireland. Emigrated to Canada in 1862. (note added by: Dale
Wright)
They moved to Ontario in the 1940s. 
ROBINSON, Thomas Alexander Wright (I1032)
 
5 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue
de la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Pub. No. 5;
Births p269;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT;
NOTE:  James is listed as the first child of six children.
"(bapt) 08/10/1832  ROBINSON, James
(born) 04/07/1832    James (fa) & Sarah GOE  Inverness
                      bapt.: Church of England (Leeds)"
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 132; NOTE:  No children.
"32/06/1859  ROBINSON, James  ([James & Sarah Goe])
             MELROSE, Mary  ([Alexander & Willamine Forbes]  Scotland)
             Presbyterian Church (Leeds)"
ERROR:  Typing error in date, can only assume date was 22/06/1859 ???
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p 121; NOTE:
"(bur) 24/04/1894  ROBINSON, James (m) 62 y
(dec) 22/04/1894    x-James & ....  Inverness
                     Samuel & Stuart Robinson
                     sep.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)"

1871 census page 51  Inverness   ed 156  subdi 2
line 12 155-180  Robinson, James m 36  Q  C. Presby. Irish  Farmer  M
                      Mary f 32  U.S. " Scotch    M
  Line 13        Keugh (Keogh) Margaret f 18  Q   "  "
Died at age 62. Death informants were Samuel & Stuart ROBINSON brother's. The funeral was at the Presby. Church, Inverness, Megantic, QC.  [Anglo-Protestants of Megantic Co. Quebec DEATHS & BURIALS-121] 
ROBINSON, James E. Jr (I1062)
 
6 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue
de la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Pub. No. 5;
Births p269;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT;
NOTE:  James is listed as the first child of six children.
"(bapt) 08/10/1832  ROBINSON, James
(born) 04/07/1832    James (fa) & Sarah GOE  Inverness
                      bapt.: Church of England (Leeds)"
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 132; NOTE:  No children.
"32/06/1859  ROBINSON, James  ([James & Sarah Goe])
             MELROSE, Mary  ([Alexander & Willamine Forbes]  Scotland)
             Presbyterian Church (Leeds)"
ERROR:  Typing error in date, can only assume date was 22/06/1859 ???
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p 121; NOTE:
"(bur) 24/04/1894  ROBINSON, James (m) 62 y
(dec) 22/04/1894    x-James & ....  Inverness
                     Samuel & Stuart Robinson
                     sep.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)"

1871 census page 51  Inverness   ed 156  subdi 2
line 12 155-180  Robinson, James m 36  Q  C. Presby. Irish  Farmer  M
                      Mary f 32  U.S. " Scotch    M
  Line 13        Keugh (Keogh) Margaret f 18  Q   "  "
Died at age 62. Death informants were Samuel & Stuart ROBINSON brother's. The funeral was at the Presby. Church, Inverness, Megantic, QC.  [Anglo-Protestants of Megantic Co. Quebec DEATHS & BURIALS-121] 
ROBINSON, James E. Jr (I1062)
 
7 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue
de la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Pub. No. 5;
Births p269;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT; NOTE:
"(bapt) 05/06/1836  ROBINSON, Elizabeth
(born) 31/12/1835    James (fa) & Sarah GOE  Inverness
                      bapt.: Church of England (Leeds)"
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 54; NOTE:
"17/09/1855  GOWAN, David (farmer) Iowa, U.S.A. (wd ....)
             ROBINSON, Elizabeth (James & Sarah Goe)
             Methodist Church (Ireland)
             witness: William Robinson and J. Hacket"

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Subj: Robinson/Gowan
Date: 3/23/04 10:52:12 AM Pacific Standard Time
From: d.e.gowan@att.net
To: JWARK@aol.com
File: Robinsonsup.RTF (2141 bytes) DL Time (32000 bps): < 1 minute
Sent from the Internet (Details)

Dear John & Marcella,
The Gowan material arrived yesterday.  Interesting, and I feel sure that these
are the sisters David went to visit in 1855, but Mary's birth date is certainly
a puzzle.  1826 or 27 is a bit of a problem, since David was supposedly the
youngest, and came to the States in 1841 at age 17, but we don't have firm
evidence for either of those numbers.  1808 would mean Mary gave birth to her
youngest at age 47, not impossible, but I think unlikely at that time.  And how
could people mistake a person's age by 18 years, younger or older?
I am looking for help on the Gowans in Co. Down, as I have not been able to
locate anything on my own, so if someone comes up with information about the
family, that may answer the question.  It certainly isn't bothering me.
As to the Robinsons, you have given me some information about Elizabeth's
parents that is good to have. I knew nothing but their names before.  And I
even have her grandparents' names, so that was a real breakthrough.  I can
offer considerable information about the 2 who strayed, William and Elizabeth,
since the latter is my own family, and I have known a good many of the former's
descendents since childhood.  So I am attaching something for 2 generations.  I
don't know how much you would be interested in, but will be glad to give you
the whole story, as I have it so far, if you would want it.
It looks as though John and I are distantly connected by marriage.
Thanks for all your help.
Don

Download:  Robinsonup.RTF

  ...

Elizabeth Robinson  -  This is my great-grandmother, so I could provide the
full family
                        history, if you should want it.  The basics:

      b. 1 Jan 1835 in Iverness  d. 16 Jan 1927 in Cleghorn, Iowa
      m.  David Gowan  b. 1824 in Ballyhalbert, Down, Ireland  d. 24 Aug 1882
             in Dubuque Co., Iowa. Marriage date  17 Sep 1855 in Quebec

            children:  all born in Dubuque Co. Iowa
                  Sarah  b. July 1859
                        m. William Curry 29 Nov 1888
                  Robert  b. Feb 1861 d. 13 Oct 1913
                        m. Mary C. in 1888  (7 children)
                  Mary Jane  b. Aug 1862  d. 4 Jan 1929
                        m. Thomas G. Robinson  in 1890  (3 children)
                  James  b. 1864/65
                  William  b. 29 Jan 1866  d. 7 Dec 1910
                        m.  Mary Annie Mitchell 7 Sep 1893  (5 children)
                        (my grandparents)
                  David  b. 4 Nov 1867  d.  18 July 1953
                        m.  Mary Ward  in 1902  (3 children)
                        m. Sadie Barr
                  Elizabeth  b.21 June 1871  d. 12 Sep 1932
                        m. John Mitchell 30 Aug 1893  (6 children)
                  John Wesley  b. March 1872
                        m. Laura Brouster  (no children)
                  Margaret Ann  b. 1874
                        m. Edward Ray Young  in 1901  (3 children)

Marriage witnesses were William ROBINSON & J. HACKET. [Anglo-Protestants of Megantic Co. Quebec MARRIAGES -page54] 
ROBINSON, Elizabeth (I1084)
 
8 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue
de la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Pub. No. 5;
Births p269;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT; NOTE:
"(bapt) 05/06/1836  ROBINSON, Elizabeth
(born) 31/12/1835    James (fa) & Sarah GOE  Inverness
                      bapt.: Church of England (Leeds)"
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 54; NOTE:
"17/09/1855  GOWAN, David (farmer) Iowa, U.S.A. (wd ....)
             ROBINSON, Elizabeth (James & Sarah Goe)
             Methodist Church (Ireland)
             witness: William Robinson and J. Hacket"

-------------

Subj: Robinson/Gowan
Date: 3/23/04 10:52:12 AM Pacific Standard Time
From: d.e.gowan@att.net
To: JWARK@aol.com
File: Robinsonsup.RTF (2141 bytes) DL Time (32000 bps): < 1 minute
Sent from the Internet (Details)

Dear John & Marcella,
The Gowan material arrived yesterday.  Interesting, and I feel sure that these
are the sisters David went to visit in 1855, but Mary's birth date is certainly
a puzzle.  1826 or 27 is a bit of a problem, since David was supposedly the
youngest, and came to the States in 1841 at age 17, but we don't have firm
evidence for either of those numbers.  1808 would mean Mary gave birth to her
youngest at age 47, not impossible, but I think unlikely at that time.  And how
could people mistake a person's age by 18 years, younger or older?
I am looking for help on the Gowans in Co. Down, as I have not been able to
locate anything on my own, so if someone comes up with information about the
family, that may answer the question.  It certainly isn't bothering me.
As to the Robinsons, you have given me some information about Elizabeth's
parents that is good to have. I knew nothing but their names before.  And I
even have her grandparents' names, so that was a real breakthrough.  I can
offer considerable information about the 2 who strayed, William and Elizabeth,
since the latter is my own family, and I have known a good many of the former's
descendents since childhood.  So I am attaching something for 2 generations.  I
don't know how much you would be interested in, but will be glad to give you
the whole story, as I have it so far, if you would want it.
It looks as though John and I are distantly connected by marriage.
Thanks for all your help.
Don

Download:  Robinsonup.RTF

  ...

Elizabeth Robinson  -  This is my great-grandmother, so I could provide the
full family
                        history, if you should want it.  The basics:

      b. 1 Jan 1835 in Iverness  d. 16 Jan 1927 in Cleghorn, Iowa
      m.  David Gowan  b. 1824 in Ballyhalbert, Down, Ireland  d. 24 Aug 1882
             in Dubuque Co., Iowa. Marriage date  17 Sep 1855 in Quebec

            children:  all born in Dubuque Co. Iowa
                  Sarah  b. July 1859
                        m. William Curry 29 Nov 1888
                  Robert  b. Feb 1861 d. 13 Oct 1913
                        m. Mary C. in 1888  (7 children)
                  Mary Jane  b. Aug 1862  d. 4 Jan 1929
                        m. Thomas G. Robinson  in 1890  (3 children)
                  James  b. 1864/65
                  William  b. 29 Jan 1866  d. 7 Dec 1910
                        m.  Mary Annie Mitchell 7 Sep 1893  (5 children)
                        (my grandparents)
                  David  b. 4 Nov 1867  d.  18 July 1953
                        m.  Mary Ward  in 1902  (3 children)
                        m. Sadie Barr
                  Elizabeth  b.21 June 1871  d. 12 Sep 1932
                        m. John Mitchell 30 Aug 1893  (6 children)
                  John Wesley  b. March 1872
                        m. Laura Brouster  (no children)
                  Margaret Ann  b. 1874
                        m. Edward Ray Young  in 1901  (3 children)

Marriage witnesses were William ROBINSON & J. HACKET. [Anglo-Protestants of Megantic Co. Quebec MARRIAGES -page54] 
ROBINSON, Elizabeth (I1084)
 
9 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue
de la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Pub. No. 5;
Births p269;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT; NOTE:
"(bapt) 25/10/1839  ROBINSON, John Wesley
(born) 13/08/1839    James (fa) & Sarah GOE  Inverness
                      bapt.: Methodist Church (Ireland)"
MARRIAGE:  None
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p 121; NOTE:
"(bur) 06/04/1864  ROBINSON, John (m) (shoemaker)
(dec) 04/04/1864      .... & ....  ....
                     Thomas and James Robinson
                     sep.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p19, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription
     "ROBINSON ...      John W. Robinson  died Apr. 4, 1864  age 24 yrs." 
ROBINSON, John Wesley (I1112)
 
10 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue
de la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Pub. No. 5;
Births p269;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT; NOTE:
"(bapt) 25/10/1839  ROBINSON, John Wesley
(born) 13/08/1839    James (fa) & Sarah GOE  Inverness
                      bapt.: Methodist Church (Ireland)"
MARRIAGE:  None
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p 121; NOTE:
"(bur) 06/04/1864  ROBINSON, John (m) (shoemaker)
(dec) 04/04/1864      .... & ....  ....
                     Thomas and James Robinson
                     sep.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p19, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription
     "ROBINSON ...      John W. Robinson  died Apr. 4, 1864  age 24 yrs." 
ROBINSON, John Wesley (I1112)
 
11 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue
de la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Pub. No. 5;
Births p269;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT; NOTE:
NOTE:  Thomas is listed as the third child of six children.
"(bapt) 17/12/1837  ROBINSON, Thomas Neil
(born) 18/11/1837    James (fa) & Sarah GOE  Inverness
                      bapt.: Methodist Church  (Ireland)"
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 132; NOTE:  6 children (1863-73)
"12/12/1861  ROBINSON, Thomas Reid ([James & Sarah Goe])
             MELROSE, Agnes ([Alexander & Willamine Forbes]  Scotland)
             Presbyterian Church (Leeds)"
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p ; NOTE:
"(bur) 23/04/1875  ROBINSON, Thomas Reid (m) (farmer)
(dec) 22/04/1875       .... & ....  ....
                     James Robinson
                     sep.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec, Transcribed by
M/M W.T.L.Harper; 1838-1993; Unpub.Manus. 1972-; p20, Boutelle Cemetery,
Inverness, PQ, Canada; Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, Canada;
LDS Film 1750756, FHC Menlo Park CA; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription.
  "ROBINSON ...  Thomas Reid Robinson  1837-1875. / his wife /
                 Agnes Melrose         1842-1924.
                   Mary Robinson       1866-1870.
                   Williamina Robinson 1866-1900.
                   Janet Robinson      1872-1900.
                   James Robinson      1869-1940."

!BIOGRAPHY:  Marlita Lamontagne Ouellette, THE PIONEERS OF LOWER IRELAND, P.Q.,
1818-1980;; Roy et Laliberte Inc., Thetford Mines, Que., June 1980; pp 149-153;
copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:  The ROBINSON family.

!CENSUS:  1861 CAN, Megantic County,Inverness Township; 8 Mar 1861; ED 2,p 161
lines 34-42; Public Archives Canada Film C-292; LDS Film 517394, FHC Menlo
Park, CA; NOTE:
  James Robinson  Farmer Ireland  W.M.  61   Log house 1 story   1 family
    (James md Sarah Goe in 1828 in Ireland)
  Sarah Robinson            "           53
  Thomas Robinson        L.Can B.       23
    (Thomas md Agnes Melrose)
  John Robinson             "           21
    (John md Jane Grady ??)
  Hannah Robinson           "           19
    (Hannah md George Davidson)
  Stewart Robinson                      17
    (Stuart md Mary Jane Bailey)
  Robert Robinson                       15
    (Robert md Agnes McVetty)
  Samuel Robinson                       13
    (Samuel md Elizabeth Lowry)
  Sarah Robinson                        11
    (Sarah md John Leith)

more Robinsons next page, probably married sons of James and Sarah
William R. age 46 and Isabella  (William md Isabella Baxter)
James R., age 28 and Mary    (James md Mary Melrose)
Samuel R. age 77
Thomas R. age 36 plus ch no wife (Thomas md Hannah Wright ???) 
ROBINSON, Thomas Reid (I1088)
 
12 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue
de la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Pub. No. 5;
Births p269;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT; NOTE:
NOTE:  Thomas is listed as the third child of six children.
"(bapt) 17/12/1837  ROBINSON, Thomas Neil
(born) 18/11/1837    James (fa) & Sarah GOE  Inverness
                      bapt.: Methodist Church  (Ireland)"
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 132; NOTE:  6 children (1863-73)
"12/12/1861  ROBINSON, Thomas Reid ([James & Sarah Goe])
             MELROSE, Agnes ([Alexander & Willamine Forbes]  Scotland)
             Presbyterian Church (Leeds)"
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p ; NOTE:
"(bur) 23/04/1875  ROBINSON, Thomas Reid (m) (farmer)
(dec) 22/04/1875       .... & ....  ....
                     James Robinson
                     sep.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec, Transcribed by
M/M W.T.L.Harper; 1838-1993; Unpub.Manus. 1972-; p20, Boutelle Cemetery,
Inverness, PQ, Canada; Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, Canada;
LDS Film 1750756, FHC Menlo Park CA; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription.
  "ROBINSON ...  Thomas Reid Robinson  1837-1875. / his wife /
                 Agnes Melrose         1842-1924.
                   Mary Robinson       1866-1870.
                   Williamina Robinson 1866-1900.
                   Janet Robinson      1872-1900.
                   James Robinson      1869-1940."

!BIOGRAPHY:  Marlita Lamontagne Ouellette, THE PIONEERS OF LOWER IRELAND, P.Q.,
1818-1980;; Roy et Laliberte Inc., Thetford Mines, Que., June 1980; pp 149-153;
copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:  The ROBINSON family.

!CENSUS:  1861 CAN, Megantic County,Inverness Township; 8 Mar 1861; ED 2,p 161
lines 34-42; Public Archives Canada Film C-292; LDS Film 517394, FHC Menlo
Park, CA; NOTE:
  James Robinson  Farmer Ireland  W.M.  61   Log house 1 story   1 family
    (James md Sarah Goe in 1828 in Ireland)
  Sarah Robinson            "           53
  Thomas Robinson        L.Can B.       23
    (Thomas md Agnes Melrose)
  John Robinson             "           21
    (John md Jane Grady ??)
  Hannah Robinson           "           19
    (Hannah md George Davidson)
  Stewart Robinson                      17
    (Stuart md Mary Jane Bailey)
  Robert Robinson                       15
    (Robert md Agnes McVetty)
  Samuel Robinson                       13
    (Samuel md Elizabeth Lowry)
  Sarah Robinson                        11
    (Sarah md John Leith)

more Robinsons next page, probably married sons of James and Sarah
William R. age 46 and Isabella  (William md Isabella Baxter)
James R., age 28 and Mary    (James md Mary Melrose)
Samuel R. age 77
Thomas R. age 36 plus ch no wife (Thomas md Hannah Wright ???) 
ROBINSON, Thomas Reid (I1088)
 
13 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de
la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Pub. No. 5;
Births p 272; US/CAN 971.4575 K2r, LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT; NOTE:
"(bapt) 04/03/1851  ROBINSON, Mary Ann Monson
(born) 21/06/1850    Thomas (fa) & Hannah WRIGHT  Inv.
                      bapt.: Methodist Church (Ireland)"
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 87; NOTE:
"19/03/1879  LOWRY, Thomas (major) (farmer)  [Thomas & Ann Jane Lowry]
             ROBINSON, Mary Ann (major)  [Thomas & Henrietta Wright]
             Methodist Church (Inverness)"
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p 121; NOTE:
"(bur) 06/10/1921  ROBINSON, Mary Ann Monson (f)
(dec) 03/10/1921    mar  Thomas LOWRY  Inverness
                     sep.: Methodist Church (Inv.)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p20, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription
     "ROBINSON ...     Mary A. Robinson  June 21, 1850 - Oct. 3, 1921
                         Samuel J. Lowry
                       died Feb. 14, 1881  age 2 yrs" 
ROBINSON, Mary Ann Monson (I1030)
 
14 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de
la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Pub. No. 5;
Births p 272; US/CAN 971.4575 K2r, LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT; NOTE:
"(bapt) 04/03/1851  ROBINSON, Mary Ann Monson
(born) 21/06/1850    Thomas (fa) & Hannah WRIGHT  Inv.
                      bapt.: Methodist Church (Ireland)"
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 87; NOTE:
"19/03/1879  LOWRY, Thomas (major) (farmer)  [Thomas & Ann Jane Lowry]
             ROBINSON, Mary Ann (major)  [Thomas & Henrietta Wright]
             Methodist Church (Inverness)"
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p 121; NOTE:
"(bur) 06/10/1921  ROBINSON, Mary Ann Monson (f)
(dec) 03/10/1921    mar  Thomas LOWRY  Inverness
                     sep.: Methodist Church (Inv.)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p20, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription
     "ROBINSON ...     Mary A. Robinson  June 21, 1850 - Oct. 3, 1921
                         Samuel J. Lowry
                       died Feb. 14, 1881  age 2 yrs" 
ROBINSON, Mary Ann Monson (I1030)
 
15 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de
la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication
Number 5; Births p 138; copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:
"(bapt) 13/02/1872  KEAN, Mary
(born) 06/06/1866    Robert (fa) & Ellen GILLIS  Halifax
                      bapt.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)"
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 68; NOTE:  11 children listed, p130.
"03/06/1891  JAMIESON, William Alfred (farmer) Halifax
             KEAN, Mary  Halifax
             Presbyterian Church (Inverness)" 
KEAN, Mary Mcbride (I797)
 
16 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de
la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication
Number 5; Births p 138; copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:
"(bapt) 13/02/1872  KEAN, Mary
(born) 06/06/1866    Robert (fa) & Ellen GILLIS  Halifax
                      bapt.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)"
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 68; NOTE:  11 children listed, p130.
"03/06/1891  JAMIESON, William Alfred (farmer) Halifax
             KEAN, Mary  Halifax
             Presbyterian Church (Inverness)" 
KEAN, Mary Mcbride (I797)
 
17 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de
la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication
Number 5; Births p 272; copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:
"(bapt) 17/02/1856  ROBINSON, Catherine Wright
(born) 22/10/1855    Thomas (fa) & Hannah WRIGHT  Inv.
                      bapt.: Methodist Church (Ireland)"
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 93; NOTE:
"13/11/1890  MAXWELL, Thomas (farmer) Inverness
             ROBINSON, Catherine Wright  (Thomas & ....  ....  Inverness)
             Methodist Church (Inverness)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p14, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription
  "Maxwell ...  Thomas Maxwell   1858-1945
                   his wife
                Catherine Robinson  1855-1940" 
ROBINSON, Catherine Wright (I1031)
 
18 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,
Repertory of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de
la region de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication
Number 5; Births p 272; copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:
"(bapt) 17/02/1856  ROBINSON, Catherine Wright
(born) 22/10/1855    Thomas (fa) & Hannah WRIGHT  Inv.
                      bapt.: Methodist Church (Ireland)"
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 93; NOTE:
"13/11/1890  MAXWELL, Thomas (farmer) Inverness
             ROBINSON, Catherine Wright  (Thomas & ....  ....  Inverness)
             Methodist Church (Inverness)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p14, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription
  "Maxwell ...  Thomas Maxwell   1858-1945
                   his wife
                Catherine Robinson  1855-1940" 
ROBINSON, Catherine Wright (I1031)
 
19 !BIRTH-DEATH:  LDS Film 1,126,231; Entry Form 78 058 0737 (batch number) for
Individual Ordinances; Submitted to:  Montpelier Vermont Stake (LDS)
Submitted (1978) by:  Dianne P. Merrow, 45 Summer Street, Lancaster, N.H. 03584
  3.4.Given and Surname -- Isabella SCOTT
  5.Birthplace -- Inverness, Megantic, Pro. of Quebec, Canada
  7.Birth date -- 5 Nov 1865
10.11.Father's given, surname -- Robert SCOTT
       Father's residence -- Canada
12.Death or burial date -- 3 Jan 1963
13.14.Mother's given, surname -- Hannah GILLIS
15.Your relationship to 3 -- g dau
19.Source of Information -- Personal Knowledge of G Son Allen Lambly Merrow

!MARRIAGE:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY, Repertory
of Births,Marriages,and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region
de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec,Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5; Mar-
riages p159;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT;NOTE:
"07/01/1892  WARK, John Percival (cabinet maker) Lancaster, New Hampshire
             SCOTT, Isabella  Nelson
             Methodist Church (Leeds)
             witness: John Cox and Daniel Mooney"

add source for death date

!CENSUS:  1900 NH, Coos, Lancaster Town,; R-945; ED 266, Sheet 7-B,
Lines 70-73; 8 Jun 1900; National Archives, San Bruno, CA;
NOTE:  John, a carpenter, and Isabella Wark owned their home, free of mortgage.
John, immigated in 1888, 12 years in U.S., and was Naturalized.
Isabella immigrated in 1892, and was 8 years in U.S.
John and Isabella were married for 8 years.  Isabella had 2 children, and 2
were living.
   154-170  Wark, John P.    Head     Jan 1864  36  Canada Ireland Canada
              (John md Isabella Scott)
                  Isabella   Wife     Nov 1865  34  Canada Canada  Canada
                  Esther I. Daughter  Jan 1875   5  New Hampshire
                  Marion L. Daughter  Mar 1899   1  New Hampshire 
SCOTT, Isabella (I813)
 
20 !BIRTH-DEATH:  LDS Film 1,126,231; Entry Form 78 058 0737 (batch number) for
Individual Ordinances; Submitted to:  Montpelier Vermont Stake (LDS)
Submitted (1978) by:  Dianne P. Merrow, 45 Summer Street, Lancaster, N.H. 03584
  3.4.Given and Surname -- Isabella SCOTT
  5.Birthplace -- Inverness, Megantic, Pro. of Quebec, Canada
  7.Birth date -- 5 Nov 1865
10.11.Father's given, surname -- Robert SCOTT
       Father's residence -- Canada
12.Death or burial date -- 3 Jan 1963
13.14.Mother's given, surname -- Hannah GILLIS
15.Your relationship to 3 -- g dau
19.Source of Information -- Personal Knowledge of G Son Allen Lambly Merrow

!MARRIAGE:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY, Repertory
of Births,Marriages,and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region
de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec,Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5; Mar-
riages p159;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT;NOTE:
"07/01/1892  WARK, John Percival (cabinet maker) Lancaster, New Hampshire
             SCOTT, Isabella  Nelson
             Methodist Church (Leeds)
             witness: John Cox and Daniel Mooney"

add source for death date

!CENSUS:  1900 NH, Coos, Lancaster Town,; R-945; ED 266, Sheet 7-B,
Lines 70-73; 8 Jun 1900; National Archives, San Bruno, CA;
NOTE:  John, a carpenter, and Isabella Wark owned their home, free of mortgage.
John, immigated in 1888, 12 years in U.S., and was Naturalized.
Isabella immigrated in 1892, and was 8 years in U.S.
John and Isabella were married for 8 years.  Isabella had 2 children, and 2
were living.
   154-170  Wark, John P.    Head     Jan 1864  36  Canada Ireland Canada
              (John md Isabella Scott)
                  Isabella   Wife     Nov 1865  34  Canada Canada  Canada
                  Esther I. Daughter  Jan 1875   5  New Hampshire
                  Marion L. Daughter  Mar 1899   1  New Hampshire 
SCOTT, Isabella (I813)
 
21 !BIRTH:  Not listed.  Born in Ireland.
MARRIAGE:  Not listed.  Married in Ireland.
DEATH-BURIAL:  Paul Vachon,THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,Repertory
of Births,Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region
de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5;
Burials p121;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT;NOTE:
"(bur) 21/09/1887  ROBINSON, James (m) 87 y
(dec) 19/09/1887      .... & .... ....
                     Samuel and Stuart Robinson
                     sep.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)
                     dec.: Inverness"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p19, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription
  "ROBINSON  ...   James Robinson  died Sept. 19, 1887   age 37 yrs
                          his wife
                   Sarah Goe  died March 5, 1890  age 83 yrs"
ERROR in reading or recording of James age 37, probably should be age 87  ??

!BIOGRAPHY:  Marlita Lamontagne Ouellette, THE PIONEERS OF LOWER IRELAND, P.Q.,
1818-1980;; Roy et Laliberte Inc., Thetford Mines, Que., June 1980; p 149-153;
copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:   "ROBINSON
  1st generation:  The Robinsons are of Irish descent from Glaslough, Monagham,
Co. Tyrone, Ireland.  James Robinson, son of William Robinson and Hannah Moore,
was born in the year 1800.  In 1827 he married Sarah Goe in Ireland and in 1828
they arrived by ship ("The Brigham") in Quebec City. ..."

(CONFLICT:  Vachon states James, son of James and Hannah Moore ?? not William ??

where did I get this conflict)

!CENSUS:  1861 CAN, Megantic County,Inverness Township; 8 Mar 1861; ED 2,p 161
lines 34-42; Public Archives Canada Film C-292; LDS Film 517394, FHC Menlo
Park, CA; NOTE:  The James Robinson family lived in a one-story, one-family,
log house.
  James   Robinson    Farmer Ireland  W.M.  61 m                   b c1800
    (James md Sarah Goe in 1828 in Ireland)
  Sarah   Robinson              do          53 m                   b c1808
  Thomas  Robinson           L.Can B.       23 s                   b c1838
    (Thomas md Agnes Melrose)
  John    Robinson              do          21 s                   b c1840
    (John md Jane Grady ??)
  Hannah  Robinson              do          19 s                   b c1842
    (Hannah md George Davidson)
  Stewart Robinson              do          17 s                   b c1844
    (Stuart md Mary Jane Bailey)
  Robert  Robinson              do          15 s   att sch         b c1846
    (Robert md Agnes McVetty)
  Samuel  Robinson              do          13 s   att sch         b c1848
    (Samuel md Elizabeth Lowry)
  Sarah   Robinson              do          11 s   att sch         b c1850
    (Sarah md John Leith)

more Robinsons next page, probably married sons of James and Sarah
William R. age 46 and Isabella  (William md Isabella Baxter)
James R., age 28 and Mary  (son of James and Sarah--James md Mary Melrose)
Samuel R. age 77
Thomas R. age 36 plus ch no wife (Thomas md Hannah Wright ???)

find 1871 census

!CENSUS:  1881 CAN, Quebec, Megantic, Inverness East; info from LDS CD
      Census Place:     Inverness East, Megantic, Quebec, Canada
      Source:     FHL Film 1375831  NAC C-13195  Dist 50  SubDist E  Div 1
                  Page 43  Family 198
                        Sex   Marr  Age   Origin      Birthplace
Samuel ROBINSON         M     M     33    Irish  Quebec          b c1848
      Occ:  Farmer      Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Elizabeth ROBINSON      F     M     29     Irish Quebec          b c1852
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
James ROBINSON          M     M     80    Irish  Ireland         b c1801
      Occ:  Farmer      Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Sarah ROBINSON          F     M     72    Irish  Ireland         b c1809
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Catherine JORDAN        F     W     94    Irish  Ireland         b c1887
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Ernest Wesley ROBINSON  M           6      Irish Quebec          b c1875
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Thomas Arthur ROBINSON  M           5      Irish Quebec          b c1876
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
James Edmond ROBINSON   M           5      Irish Quebec          b c1876
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada

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ID: I1320
Name: James Robinson
Given Name: James
Surname: Robinson
Sex: M
Birth: Abt 1807
Death: 19 Sep 1887 in Inverness, QC, Canada
Burial: Boutelle Cem., Ireland T., Megantic, Quebec
Immigration: 1828
Note: Arrived in Quebec on the ship "Brigham" from Glasslough, County Monaghan, Ireland
_UID: CC7BB53185B34E4B9402EABBA6B853240E4F
Change Date: 8 Aug 2008 at 15:34
Note: Settled in Inverness Twp, 7th Range, Lot 7. Developed and operated a carding mill on the Osgoode River, and also made spinning wheels.

Ancestry Hints for James Robinson

    3 possible matches found on Ancestry.com

Father: William James Robinson b: Abt 1764 in Ireland
Mother: Hannah Moore b: Abt 1765

Marriage 1 Sarah Goe b: Abt 1808
Married: Abt 1928 in Ireland
Change Date: 15 Oct 2003
Children
Thomas Neil Robinson b: 18 Nov 1837 in Inverness, Megantic, Quebec, Canada c: 17 Dec 1837 in Methodist Church, Ireland T., Megantic, Quebec
Hannah Robinson b: 1842
Samuel Robinson b: 6 Feb 1848
James E. Robinson b: 4 Jul 1832 c: 8 Oct 1832 in Leeds, Inverness, Quebec Church of England
Elizabeth Robinson b: 31 Jan 1835 c: 5 Jun 1836 in Leeds, Inverness, Quebec Church of England
John Wesley Robinson b: 13 Aug 1839 c: 25 Oct 1839 in Methodist Church, Leeds, Inverness, Quebec
Stewart Robinson b: 22 Dec 1843 c: 21 Jan 1844 in Methodist Church, Leeds, Inverness, Quebec
Sarah Jane Robinson b: 2 Jan 1851 in Inverness, Megantic Co, Que c: 2 Jan 1851
Robert Robinson b: 21 Dec 1846
Mary Ann Robinson b: 1834
William Robinson b: 14 Jan 1830
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Census for 1851 Megantic has been lost .[JAM]

Settled in Inveness Twp., QC on the 7th Range, lot 7. Developed and operated a carding mill on the Osgoode River. Also made spinning wheels. [PM!

CENSUS 1881 QC, MEGANTIC 50, Inverness E e-1, page 43, FHL 1375831  NAC C-13195
                       Sex:      Marr:      Age:      Origin:            Birthplace:
James ROBINSON            M      M      80      Irish            Ireland
Occ:Farmer                  Religion:Presbyterian       Canada            Married to Sarah, NO children
In home of son Samuel.

Died age 87 years. Death informants were Samuel & Stuart Robinson (son's)  [Anglo-Protestants of Megantic Co. Quebec DEATHS & BURIALS-page121]

Settled in Inverness Twp, 7th Range, Lot 7. Developed and operated a carding mill on the Osgoode River, and also made spinning wheels. 
ROBINSON, James (I1011)
 
22 !BIRTH:  Not listed.  Born in Ireland.
MARRIAGE:  Not listed.  Married in Ireland.
DEATH-BURIAL:  Paul Vachon,THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,Repertory
of Births,Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region
de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5;
Burials p44;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT;NOTE:
"(bur) 07/03/1890  GOE, Sarah (4) 82 y
(dec) 05/03/1890    wd James ROBERTSON (fa) Inverness
                     James Robinson
                     sep.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec, Transcribed by
M/M W.T.L.Harper; 1838-1993; Unpub.Manus. 1972-; p19, Boutelle Cemetery,
Inverness, PQ, Canada; Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, Canada;
(not in) LDS Film 1750756, FHC Menlo Park CA; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription.
  "ROBINSON  ...   James Robinson  died Sept. 19, 1887   age 37 yrs
                          his wife
                   Sarah Goe  died March 5, 1890  age 83 yrs"
ERROR in reading or recording of James age 37, probably should be age 87  ??
Census for 1851 Megantic has been lost [JAM]

CENSUS 1881 QC, MEGANTIC 50, Inverness E e-1, page 43, FHL 1375831  NAC C-13195
                       Sex:      Marr:      Age:      Origin:            Birthplace:
Sarah ROBINSON            F      M      72      Irish            Ireland
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada            Married to James, NO children
In home of son Samuel.

Died age 82 years.  Witness was James Robinson (Husband)  The funeral was held in the Presbyterian Church, Inverness, Megantic, QC   [Anglo-Protestants of Megantic Co. Quebec DEATHS & BURIALS-44] 
GOE, Sarah (I1052)
 
23 !BIRTH:  Not listed.  Born in Ireland.
MARRIAGE:  Not listed.  Married in Ireland.
DEATH-BURIAL:  Paul Vachon,THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,Repertory
of Births,Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region
de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5;
Burials p121;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT;NOTE:
"(bur) 21/09/1887  ROBINSON, James (m) 87 y
(dec) 19/09/1887      .... & .... ....
                     Samuel and Stuart Robinson
                     sep.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)
                     dec.: Inverness"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p19, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription
  "ROBINSON  ...   James Robinson  died Sept. 19, 1887   age 37 yrs
                          his wife
                   Sarah Goe  died March 5, 1890  age 83 yrs"
ERROR in reading or recording of James age 37, probably should be age 87  ??

!BIOGRAPHY:  Marlita Lamontagne Ouellette, THE PIONEERS OF LOWER IRELAND, P.Q.,
1818-1980;; Roy et Laliberte Inc., Thetford Mines, Que., June 1980; p 149-153;
copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:   "ROBINSON
  1st generation:  The Robinsons are of Irish descent from Glaslough, Monagham,
Co. Tyrone, Ireland.  James Robinson, son of William Robinson and Hannah Moore,
was born in the year 1800.  In 1827 he married Sarah Goe in Ireland and in 1828
they arrived by ship ("The Brigham") in Quebec City. ..."

(CONFLICT:  Vachon states James, son of James and Hannah Moore ?? not William ??

where did I get this conflict)

!CENSUS:  1861 CAN, Megantic County,Inverness Township; 8 Mar 1861; ED 2,p 161
lines 34-42; Public Archives Canada Film C-292; LDS Film 517394, FHC Menlo
Park, CA; NOTE:  The James Robinson family lived in a one-story, one-family,
log house.
  James   Robinson    Farmer Ireland  W.M.  61 m                   b c1800
    (James md Sarah Goe in 1828 in Ireland)
  Sarah   Robinson              do          53 m                   b c1808
  Thomas  Robinson           L.Can B.       23 s                   b c1838
    (Thomas md Agnes Melrose)
  John    Robinson              do          21 s                   b c1840
    (John md Jane Grady ??)
  Hannah  Robinson              do          19 s                   b c1842
    (Hannah md George Davidson)
  Stewart Robinson              do          17 s                   b c1844
    (Stuart md Mary Jane Bailey)
  Robert  Robinson              do          15 s   att sch         b c1846
    (Robert md Agnes McVetty)
  Samuel  Robinson              do          13 s   att sch         b c1848
    (Samuel md Elizabeth Lowry)
  Sarah   Robinson              do          11 s   att sch         b c1850
    (Sarah md John Leith)

more Robinsons next page, probably married sons of James and Sarah
William R. age 46 and Isabella  (William md Isabella Baxter)
James R., age 28 and Mary  (son of James and Sarah--James md Mary Melrose)
Samuel R. age 77
Thomas R. age 36 plus ch no wife (Thomas md Hannah Wright ???)

find 1871 census

!CENSUS:  1881 CAN, Quebec, Megantic, Inverness East; info from LDS CD
      Census Place:     Inverness East, Megantic, Quebec, Canada
      Source:     FHL Film 1375831  NAC C-13195  Dist 50  SubDist E  Div 1
                  Page 43  Family 198
                        Sex   Marr  Age   Origin      Birthplace
Samuel ROBINSON         M     M     33    Irish  Quebec          b c1848
      Occ:  Farmer      Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Elizabeth ROBINSON      F     M     29     Irish Quebec          b c1852
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
James ROBINSON          M     M     80    Irish  Ireland         b c1801
      Occ:  Farmer      Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Sarah ROBINSON          F     M     72    Irish  Ireland         b c1809
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Catherine JORDAN        F     W     94    Irish  Ireland         b c1887
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Ernest Wesley ROBINSON  M           6      Irish Quebec          b c1875
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Thomas Arthur ROBINSON  M           5      Irish Quebec          b c1876
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
James Edmond ROBINSON   M           5      Irish Quebec          b c1876
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada

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ID: I1320
Name: James Robinson
Given Name: James
Surname: Robinson
Sex: M
Birth: Abt 1807
Death: 19 Sep 1887 in Inverness, QC, Canada
Burial: Boutelle Cem., Ireland T., Megantic, Quebec
Immigration: 1828
Note: Arrived in Quebec on the ship "Brigham" from Glasslough, County Monaghan, Ireland
_UID: CC7BB53185B34E4B9402EABBA6B853240E4F
Change Date: 8 Aug 2008 at 15:34
Note: Settled in Inverness Twp, 7th Range, Lot 7. Developed and operated a carding mill on the Osgoode River, and also made spinning wheels.

Ancestry Hints for James Robinson

    3 possible matches found on Ancestry.com

Father: William James Robinson b: Abt 1764 in Ireland
Mother: Hannah Moore b: Abt 1765

Marriage 1 Sarah Goe b: Abt 1808
Married: Abt 1928 in Ireland
Change Date: 15 Oct 2003
Children
Thomas Neil Robinson b: 18 Nov 1837 in Inverness, Megantic, Quebec, Canada c: 17 Dec 1837 in Methodist Church, Ireland T., Megantic, Quebec
Hannah Robinson b: 1842
Samuel Robinson b: 6 Feb 1848
James E. Robinson b: 4 Jul 1832 c: 8 Oct 1832 in Leeds, Inverness, Quebec Church of England
Elizabeth Robinson b: 31 Jan 1835 c: 5 Jun 1836 in Leeds, Inverness, Quebec Church of England
John Wesley Robinson b: 13 Aug 1839 c: 25 Oct 1839 in Methodist Church, Leeds, Inverness, Quebec
Stewart Robinson b: 22 Dec 1843 c: 21 Jan 1844 in Methodist Church, Leeds, Inverness, Quebec
Sarah Jane Robinson b: 2 Jan 1851 in Inverness, Megantic Co, Que c: 2 Jan 1851
Robert Robinson b: 21 Dec 1846
Mary Ann Robinson b: 1834
William Robinson b: 14 Jan 1830
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Census for 1851 Megantic has been lost .[JAM]

Settled in Inveness Twp., QC on the 7th Range, lot 7. Developed and operated a carding mill on the Osgoode River. Also made spinning wheels. [PM!

CENSUS 1881 QC, MEGANTIC 50, Inverness E e-1, page 43, FHL 1375831  NAC C-13195
                       Sex:      Marr:      Age:      Origin:            Birthplace:
James ROBINSON            M      M      80      Irish            Ireland
Occ:Farmer                  Religion:Presbyterian       Canada            Married to Sarah, NO children
In home of son Samuel.

Died age 87 years. Death informants were Samuel & Stuart Robinson (son's)  [Anglo-Protestants of Megantic Co. Quebec DEATHS & BURIALS-page121]

Settled in Inverness Twp, 7th Range, Lot 7. Developed and operated a carding mill on the Osgoode River, and also made spinning wheels. 
ROBINSON, James (I1011)
 
24 !BIRTH:  Not listed.  Born in Ireland.
MARRIAGE:  Not listed.  Married in Ireland.
DEATH-BURIAL:  Paul Vachon,THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,Repertory
of Births,Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region
de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5;
Burials p44;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT;NOTE:
"(bur) 07/03/1890  GOE, Sarah (4) 82 y
(dec) 05/03/1890    wd James ROBERTSON (fa) Inverness
                     James Robinson
                     sep.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec, Transcribed by
M/M W.T.L.Harper; 1838-1993; Unpub.Manus. 1972-; p19, Boutelle Cemetery,
Inverness, PQ, Canada; Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, Canada;
(not in) LDS Film 1750756, FHC Menlo Park CA; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription.
  "ROBINSON  ...   James Robinson  died Sept. 19, 1887   age 37 yrs
                          his wife
                   Sarah Goe  died March 5, 1890  age 83 yrs"
ERROR in reading or recording of James age 37, probably should be age 87  ??
Census for 1851 Megantic has been lost [JAM]

CENSUS 1881 QC, MEGANTIC 50, Inverness E e-1, page 43, FHL 1375831  NAC C-13195
                       Sex:      Marr:      Age:      Origin:            Birthplace:
Sarah ROBINSON            F      M      72      Irish            Ireland
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada            Married to James, NO children
In home of son Samuel.

Died age 82 years.  Witness was James Robinson (Husband)  The funeral was held in the Presbyterian Church, Inverness, Megantic, QC   [Anglo-Protestants of Megantic Co. Quebec DEATHS & BURIALS-44] 
GOE, Sarah (I1052)
 
25 !BIRTH:  Not listed.  In 1861 census, Hannah age 19, dau of James
Robinson and Sarah.  b c1842

!MARRIAGE:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY, Repertory of
Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region de
l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5;
Marriages p35;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT;NOTE:
"29/02/1864  DAVIDSON, George  (farmer)  ([George Thomas & Sophia Hogg])
             ROBINSON, Hannah  ([James & Sarah Goe] Ireland)
             Presbyterian Church (Leeds)"
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p 121; NOTE:
"(bur) 27/07/1907  ROBINSON, Hannah (f) 65 y          b c1842
(dec) 25/07/1907    mar George DAVIDSON  Ireland
                     sep.: Methodist Church (Inv.)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec, Transcribed by
M/M W.T.L.Harper; 1838-1993; Unpub.Manus. 1972-; p1/3, Appendix 2, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, P.Q.,Canada; LDS Film 1750756, FHC Menlo Park CA;
NOTE:  The following were buried in this cemetery but their graves are not
marked:  "Davidson, Hannah (Robinson) (age 65) July 25, 1907.
                    Wife of George Davidson."
COMMENT:  Graves were transferred from Bullard Brook Cemetery.  Maybe this was
one of them ???

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec, Transcribed by
M/M W.T.L.Harper; 1838-1993; Unpub.Manus. 1972-; p1/1, Bullard Brook Cemetery,
Lower Ireland, Quebec, Canada ; LDS Film 1750756, FHC Menlo Park CA;
NOTE:  Headstone Inscriptions.
          "DAVIDSON, George April 30, 1838 - Feb 11, 1911
                     his wife Hannah Robinson  Feb 26, 1842 - July 25, 1907
                             their children
                     James      Jan 30, 1865 - Jan 27, 1868
                     Joseph B.  Feb 27, 1875 - Sep 24, 1876"
COMMENT:  Dates hard to read, James was born in 1864.
          Joseph was apparently never baptized, or the record was missed.

CENSUS 1901 QC, MEGANTIC 169, Ireland North e-2, page 12, T-6531
Kin:      Age:      Born:                  Occupation:      Religion:      Status:
Wife      62      QC  28 Feb 1838      ----            C of E            Married to George, NO children
Name here is "Annie" 
ROBINSON, Hannah (I1113)
 
26 !BIRTH:  Not listed.  In 1861 census, Hannah age 19, dau of James
Robinson and Sarah.  b c1842

!MARRIAGE:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY, Repertory of
Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region de
l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5;
Marriages p35;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT;NOTE:
"29/02/1864  DAVIDSON, George  (farmer)  ([George Thomas & Sophia Hogg])
             ROBINSON, Hannah  ([James & Sarah Goe] Ireland)
             Presbyterian Church (Leeds)"
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p 121; NOTE:
"(bur) 27/07/1907  ROBINSON, Hannah (f) 65 y          b c1842
(dec) 25/07/1907    mar George DAVIDSON  Ireland
                     sep.: Methodist Church (Inv.)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec, Transcribed by
M/M W.T.L.Harper; 1838-1993; Unpub.Manus. 1972-; p1/3, Appendix 2, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, P.Q.,Canada; LDS Film 1750756, FHC Menlo Park CA;
NOTE:  The following were buried in this cemetery but their graves are not
marked:  "Davidson, Hannah (Robinson) (age 65) July 25, 1907.
                    Wife of George Davidson."
COMMENT:  Graves were transferred from Bullard Brook Cemetery.  Maybe this was
one of them ???

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec, Transcribed by
M/M W.T.L.Harper; 1838-1993; Unpub.Manus. 1972-; p1/1, Bullard Brook Cemetery,
Lower Ireland, Quebec, Canada ; LDS Film 1750756, FHC Menlo Park CA;
NOTE:  Headstone Inscriptions.
          "DAVIDSON, George April 30, 1838 - Feb 11, 1911
                     his wife Hannah Robinson  Feb 26, 1842 - July 25, 1907
                             their children
                     James      Jan 30, 1865 - Jan 27, 1868
                     Joseph B.  Feb 27, 1875 - Sep 24, 1876"
COMMENT:  Dates hard to read, James was born in 1864.
          Joseph was apparently never baptized, or the record was missed.

CENSUS 1901 QC, MEGANTIC 169, Ireland North e-2, page 12, T-6531
Kin:      Age:      Born:                  Occupation:      Religion:      Status:
Wife      62      QC  28 Feb 1838      ----            C of E            Married to George, NO children
Name here is "Annie" 
ROBINSON, Hannah (I1113)
 
27 !BIRTH:  Not listed.  In 1861 census, Robert age 15, son of James Robinson and
Sarah.   b c1846
MARRIAGE:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY, Repertory of
Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region de
l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5;
Marriages p 132; copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:
"01/10/1867  ROBINSON, Robert  [James & Sarah Goe]
             MC VETY, Agnes  [John (farmer) & Barbara Thompson  Inverness)
             Presbyterian Church (Inverness)"
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p 121; NOTE:
"(bur) 04/03/1908  ROBINSON, Robert (m) 62 y    b c1846
(dec) 03/03/1908    sep.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)
                     lived in Montreal"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p19, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription
    "ROBINSON ...    Robert Robinson  died March 3, 1908  age 62 yrs.
                         his wife
                     Agnes McVetty    1846-1930.
                         their son
                       Stuart         1868-1942.
                       Robert Henry  son of Robert & Agnes Robinson
                       born Nov. 3, 1886 - died May 11, 1893."
CENSUS 1881 QC, MEGANTIC 50, Inverness E e-1, page 43, FHL 1375831  NAC C-13195
                       Sex:      Marr:      Age:      Origin:            Birthplace:
Robert ROBINSON            M      M      35      Irish            Quebec
Occ::Farmer                  Religion:Presbyterian Canada            Married to Agnes, 5 children
Agnes ROBINSON            F      M      30      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Stewart ROBINSON            M            13      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
John James ROBINSON            M            9      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Barbara A ROBINSON               F            7      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Sarah Jane ROBINSON            F            4      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Mary Ellen ROBINSON            F            1      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     

CENSUS 1901 QC, MEGANTIC 169, Inverness d-2, page 5, T-6531
Kin:      Age:      Born:                  Occupation:      Religion:      Status:
Head      54      QC  21 Dec 1846      Farmer            Presby            Married to Agnes, 3 children 
ROBINSON, Robert (I1157)
 
28 !BIRTH:  Not listed.  In 1861 census, Robert age 15, son of James Robinson and
Sarah.   b c1846
MARRIAGE:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY, Repertory of
Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region de
l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5;
Marriages p 132; copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:
"01/10/1867  ROBINSON, Robert  [James & Sarah Goe]
             MC VETY, Agnes  [John (farmer) & Barbara Thompson  Inverness)
             Presbyterian Church (Inverness)"
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p 121; NOTE:
"(bur) 04/03/1908  ROBINSON, Robert (m) 62 y    b c1846
(dec) 03/03/1908    sep.: Presbyterian Church (Inv.)
                     lived in Montreal"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p19, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription
    "ROBINSON ...    Robert Robinson  died March 3, 1908  age 62 yrs.
                         his wife
                     Agnes McVetty    1846-1930.
                         their son
                       Stuart         1868-1942.
                       Robert Henry  son of Robert & Agnes Robinson
                       born Nov. 3, 1886 - died May 11, 1893."
CENSUS 1881 QC, MEGANTIC 50, Inverness E e-1, page 43, FHL 1375831  NAC C-13195
                       Sex:      Marr:      Age:      Origin:            Birthplace:
Robert ROBINSON            M      M      35      Irish            Quebec
Occ::Farmer                  Religion:Presbyterian Canada            Married to Agnes, 5 children
Agnes ROBINSON            F      M      30      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Stewart ROBINSON            M            13      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
John James ROBINSON            M            9      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Barbara A ROBINSON               F            7      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Sarah Jane ROBINSON            F            4      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Mary Ellen ROBINSON            F            1      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     

CENSUS 1901 QC, MEGANTIC 169, Inverness d-2, page 5, T-6531
Kin:      Age:      Born:                  Occupation:      Religion:      Status:
Head      54      QC  21 Dec 1846      Farmer            Presby            Married to Agnes, 3 children 
ROBINSON, Robert (I1157)
 
29 !DEATH-BURIAL:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,Repertory
of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region
de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5;
Burials p126;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT;
NOTE:  Caroline's headstone says 1886-1902; Maud Gillis was dec in 1874 ???
"(bur) 07/04/1902  SCOTT, Caroline Rebecca (f)
(dec) 05/04/1902    Robert & x- Maud GILLIS
                     sep.: Methodist Church (Inv.)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p21, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription  "SCOTT
                          Scott, Robert  1836-1912
                            his wife
                          Christiana Cascadden 1848-1927
                            His daughter Caroline   (?)1886-1902"
NOTE:  Appendix I, Riverside Memorial Cemetery, Kinnear's Mills;
"A little information has also been supplied from other sources.  The following
were buried in this cemetery but their graves are not marked: ...
     Scott, Caroline R  April 5, 1902 Dau of Robert Scott."
Correct year of birth per 1880 census is abt 1867. 
SCOTT, Caroline Rebecca (I814)
 
30 !DEATH-BURIAL:  Paul Vachon, THE ANGLO-PROTESTANTS OF MEGANTIC COUNTY,Repertory
of Births, Marriages, and Burials; 1826-1991; Societe Genealogigue de la region
de l'Amiante, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada, 1992, Publication Number 5;
Burials p126;US/CAN 971.4575 K2r,Fiche 6125775,LDS FHL Salt Lake City UT;
NOTE:  Caroline's headstone says 1886-1902; Maud Gillis was dec in 1874 ???
"(bur) 07/04/1902  SCOTT, Caroline Rebecca (f)
(dec) 05/04/1902    Robert & x- Maud GILLIS
                     sep.: Methodist Church (Inv.)"

!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p21, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription  "SCOTT
                          Scott, Robert  1836-1912
                            his wife
                          Christiana Cascadden 1848-1927
                            His daughter Caroline   (?)1886-1902"
NOTE:  Appendix I, Riverside Memorial Cemetery, Kinnear's Mills;
"A little information has also been supplied from other sources.  The following
were buried in this cemetery but their graves are not marked: ...
     Scott, Caroline R  April 5, 1902 Dau of Robert Scott."
Correct year of birth per 1880 census is abt 1867. 
SCOTT, Caroline Rebecca (I814)
 
31 !MARRIAGE:  Ireland Wesleyan Methodist Church Register; 1873; M210/2, Frame
001454, National Archives of Quebec; Federation of Quebec Families, Case
postale 6700, Sillery, QC, G1T 2W2, Canada; NOTE:  (back of Sixth leaf)
          "Married,
                      On the First Day of
           July in the Year of our Lord One
           Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy
           Three at the Township of Inverness County
           of Megantic Province of Quebec Dominion
           of Canada was Saml. Robinson Bache(lor)
           of the Township of Inverness aforesaid
           Farmer And Elisabeth Lowry, Spinster
           of the Tonwship of Inverness Aforesaid
           both being of Major Age were by
           License Clerk(?) in the presence of the
           undersigned witness duly joined in
           Marraige   by me
                             John. G. Brick
             Samuel Robinson
             Elizabeth Lowry
           Joseph Mc Crea)
           James Lowry   ) Witness"

!BIRTH:  No birth listed.
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 132; NOTE:
"01/07/1873  ROBINSON, Samuel (farmer)  ([James * & Sarah Goe]  Ireland)
             LOWRY, Elizabeth  Inverness
             Methodist Church (Ireland)
             * [son of James and Hannah Moore]."
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p 122; NOTE:
"(bur) 12/10/1929  ROBINSON, Samuel (m)  (retired fa)
(dec) 10/10/1929      .... & ....  ....
                     Elizabeth Lowry Robinson
                     sep.: United Church (Inv.)"
!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p20, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription
  "ROBINSON  ...   Samuel Robinson  1848-1927   / his wife /
                   Elizabeth Lowry  1851-1938   / their son /
                   Earnest Wesley Robinson  1874-1928  / his wife /
                   Winnifred Eagar          1872-1958"

!CENSUS:  1881 CAN, Quebec, Megantic, Inverness East; info from LDS CD
      Census Place:     Inverness East, Megantic, Quebec, Canada
      Source:     FHL Film 1375831  NAC C-13195  Dist 50  SubDist E  Div 1
                  Page 43  Family 198
                        Sex   Marr  Age   Origin      Birthplace
Samuel ROBINSON         M     M     33    Irish  Quebec          b c1848
      Occ:  Farmer      Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Elizabeth ROBINSON      F     M     29     Irish Quebec          b c1852
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
James ROBINSON          M     M     80    Irish  Ireland         b c1801
      Occ:  Farmer      Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Sarah ROBINSON          F     M     72    Irish  Ireland         b c1809
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Catherine JORDAN        F     W     94    Irish  Ireland         b c1887
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Ernest Wesley ROBINSON  M           6      Irish Quebec          b c1875
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Thomas Arthur ROBINSON  M           5      Irish Quebec          b c1876
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
James Edmond ROBINSON   M           5      Irish Quebec          b c1876
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada

!BIOGRAPHY:  Marlita Lamontagne Ouellette, THE PIONEERS OF LOWER IRELAND, P.Q.,
1818-1980;; Roy et Laliberte Inc., Thetford Mines, Que., June 1980; p 149-153;
copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:  Family history of

"ROBINSON  ...  6) Samuel (1848- ) m. Elizabeth Lowry ... "
CENSUS 1881 QC, MEGANTIC 50, Inverness E e-1, page 43, FHL 1375831
                       Sex:      Marr:      Age:      Origin:            Birthplace:
Samuel ROBINSON            M      M      33      Irish            Quebec
Occ:Farmer                  Religion:Presby Canada                  Married to Elizabeth, 3 children
Parents are also living in home.
Elizabeth ROBINSON            F      M      29      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
James ROBINSON            M      M      80      Irish            Ireland
Occ:Farmer                  Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Sarah ROBINSON            F      M      72      Irish            Ireland
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Catherine JORDAN            F      W      94      Irish            Ireland
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada            Widowed (relationship unknown)
Ernest W ROBINSON            M            6      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Thomas A ROBINSON            M            5      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
James E ROBINSON            M            5      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     

CENSUS 1901 QC, MEGANTIC 169, Inverness d-2, page 5, T-6531
Kin:      Age:      Born:                  Occupation:      Religion:      Status:
Head      53      QC  06 Feb 1848      Farmer            Meth            Married to Elizabeth, 1 child
Also in the home is mother-in-law Martha Lowry

Death informant was Elizabeth (Lowry) Robinson (Wife)  [Anglo-Protestants of Megantic Co. Quebec DEATHS & BURIALS-page122]

Funeral: United Church, Inverness, Megantic, QC   [Anglo-Protestants of Megantic Co. Quebec DEATHS & BURIALS-page122] 
ROBINSON, Samuel (I1188)
 
32 !MARRIAGE:  Ireland Wesleyan Methodist Church Register; 1873; M210/2, Frame
001454, National Archives of Quebec; Federation of Quebec Families, Case
postale 6700, Sillery, QC, G1T 2W2, Canada; NOTE:  (back of Sixth leaf)
          "Married,
                      On the First Day of
           July in the Year of our Lord One
           Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy
           Three at the Township of Inverness County
           of Megantic Province of Quebec Dominion
           of Canada was Saml. Robinson Bache(lor)
           of the Township of Inverness aforesaid
           Farmer And Elisabeth Lowry, Spinster
           of the Tonwship of Inverness Aforesaid
           both being of Major Age were by
           License Clerk(?) in the presence of the
           undersigned witness duly joined in
           Marraige   by me
                             John. G. Brick
             Samuel Robinson
             Elizabeth Lowry
           Joseph Mc Crea)
           James Lowry   ) Witness"

!BIRTH:  No birth listed.
MARRIAGE:  Ibid.; Marriages p 132; NOTE:
"01/07/1873  ROBINSON, Samuel (farmer)  ([James * & Sarah Goe]  Ireland)
             LOWRY, Elizabeth  Inverness
             Methodist Church (Ireland)
             * [son of James and Hannah Moore]."
DEATH-BURIAL:  Ibid.; Burials p 122; NOTE:
"(bur) 12/10/1929  ROBINSON, Samuel (m)  (retired fa)
(dec) 10/10/1929      .... & ....  ....
                     Elizabeth Lowry Robinson
                     sep.: United Church (Inv.)"
!DEATH-BURIAL:  Cemetery Recordings of Megantic County, Quebec; 1838-1993;
Records in poss of Gladys Patton, Lennoxville, QC, Canada; p20, Boutelle
Cemetery, Inverness, QC, Canada; NOTE:  Headstone Inscription
  "ROBINSON  ...   Samuel Robinson  1848-1927   / his wife /
                   Elizabeth Lowry  1851-1938   / their son /
                   Earnest Wesley Robinson  1874-1928  / his wife /
                   Winnifred Eagar          1872-1958"

!CENSUS:  1881 CAN, Quebec, Megantic, Inverness East; info from LDS CD
      Census Place:     Inverness East, Megantic, Quebec, Canada
      Source:     FHL Film 1375831  NAC C-13195  Dist 50  SubDist E  Div 1
                  Page 43  Family 198
                        Sex   Marr  Age   Origin      Birthplace
Samuel ROBINSON         M     M     33    Irish  Quebec          b c1848
      Occ:  Farmer      Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Elizabeth ROBINSON      F     M     29     Irish Quebec          b c1852
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
James ROBINSON          M     M     80    Irish  Ireland         b c1801
      Occ:  Farmer      Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Sarah ROBINSON          F     M     72    Irish  Ireland         b c1809
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Catherine JORDAN        F     W     94    Irish  Ireland         b c1887
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Ernest Wesley ROBINSON  M           6      Irish Quebec          b c1875
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
Thomas Arthur ROBINSON  M           5      Irish Quebec          b c1876
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada
James Edmond ROBINSON   M           5      Irish Quebec          b c1876
                  Religion:   Presbyterian Canada

!BIOGRAPHY:  Marlita Lamontagne Ouellette, THE PIONEERS OF LOWER IRELAND, P.Q.,
1818-1980;; Roy et Laliberte Inc., Thetford Mines, Que., June 1980; p 149-153;
copy in poss of John W.Wark, Menlo Park, CA; NOTE:  Family history of

"ROBINSON  ...  6) Samuel (1848- ) m. Elizabeth Lowry ... "
CENSUS 1881 QC, MEGANTIC 50, Inverness E e-1, page 43, FHL 1375831
                       Sex:      Marr:      Age:      Origin:            Birthplace:
Samuel ROBINSON            M      M      33      Irish            Quebec
Occ:Farmer                  Religion:Presby Canada                  Married to Elizabeth, 3 children
Parents are also living in home.
Elizabeth ROBINSON            F      M      29      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
James ROBINSON            M      M      80      Irish            Ireland
Occ:Farmer                  Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Sarah ROBINSON            F      M      72      Irish            Ireland
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Catherine JORDAN            F      W      94      Irish            Ireland
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada            Widowed (relationship unknown)
Ernest W ROBINSON            M            6      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
Thomas A ROBINSON            M            5      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     
James E ROBINSON            M            5      Irish            Quebec
                       Religion:Presbyterian Canada     

CENSUS 1901 QC, MEGANTIC 169, Inverness d-2, page 5, T-6531
Kin:      Age:      Born:                  Occupation:      Religion:      Status:
Head      53      QC  06 Feb 1848      Farmer            Meth            Married to Elizabeth, 1 child
Also in the home is mother-in-law Martha Lowry

Death informant was Elizabeth (Lowry) Robinson (Wife)  [Anglo-Protestants of Megantic Co. Quebec DEATHS & BURIALS-page122]

Funeral: United Church, Inverness, Megantic, QC   [Anglo-Protestants of Megantic Co. Quebec DEATHS & BURIALS-page122] 
ROBINSON, Samuel (I1188)
 
33 'Memoranda' from Robert and Pat Lowry states Hannah died 16 Feb 1902, age 72. WRIGHT, Hannah Paddick (I865)
 
34 'Memoranda' from Robert and Pat Lowry states Hannah died 16 Feb 1902, age 72. WRIGHT, Hannah Paddick (I865)
 
35 (1861 census says 1812) (Boutelles record says 1814) (One World tree entry shows 16 June 1812 in County Tyrone, IRE) (1901 Census states his birth date is 10 June 1812) ROBINSON, Thomas Alexander (I866)
 
36 (1861 census says 1812) (Boutelles record says 1814) (One World tree entry shows 16 June 1812 in County Tyrone, IRE) (1901 Census states his birth date is 10 June 1812) ROBINSON, Thomas Alexander (I866)
 
37 (Research): The Osakis Review - 01/08/2008 A lot can change in 65 year
s. For a pharmacist, those changes are more numerous than the pills dispensed from his counter.
At 91, Neil Gillis keeps up with the times and his lifelong career by maintaining his pharmacy license.
Although he retired from full-time work as owner and pharmacist at Gillis Drug in Osakis in 1985, he still stops by to help whenever he's needed.
His desire to continue working comes from the advice of his late wife, Wanda, who told him to get out every day, not to sit alone.
Neil Gillis graduated from the University of Minnesota pharmacy school in March 1943.
A young man from the small town of Balaton, he knew early on he wanted to become a pharmacist and did all he could to prepare.
"I took all the science and math I could, all the prerequisites for college," he said. "Then I worked. I never borrowed a dime. I paid for all of my college myself, didn't owe anyone anything."
The young man may have been prepared, yet his career plan didn't sit well with his mother.
"Mother was a member of the Women's Christian Temperance Union," he said. "She cried when she found out I wanted to become a pharmacist, because they sold whiskey."
Although Gillis wasn't, and has never been a drinker, he remembers well the role the pharmacy had in selling alcohol.
The town doctor would stop by the Balaton drug store Saturday afternoons with a pad of signed prescriptions. Later the farmers came in and a prescription was filled out advising a half-pint of whiskey for John Smith Chickens or Joe Dokes Cow. It was completely
legal, according to Gillis, and the farmers were grateful to pay the doctor 10 cents per signature.
Undeterred from his dream, Gillis married, graduated, served in the Navy and worked in several big cities.
"My friend from Sauk Centre said I should buy a drug store in Osakis," he said. "So I went one night and bought it. My wife cried."
He bought Osakis Drug Company from Mrs. Clark, spending all the money he had.
He came to Osakis on a Friday - May 1, 1949 - planning to work three days at the pharmacy and then take over the store Monday morning, operating with the money he had earned over the weekend.
As Gillis explains it, he took in $89 that entire Friday - that much money came in the first hour in his Minneapolis store.
"I had a little over $400 when I opened Monday morning," he said.
The average prescription price was 50 to 60 cents in 1949 with Gillis filling about seven prescriptions a day.
"Luckily I had a wonderful wife and we were used to living on $100 a week in the Twin Cities," he said. "We managed."
Gillis also found ways to better serve his customers. He went to veterinary school as part of his continuing education.
He learned the essentials of veterinary medicine and soon was his wholesaler's biggest veterinary account.
Times were different then. Farmers brought their pigs into the pharmacy for medicine and Mrs. Ray Reinbold brought in her sick dogs for treatment.
Gillis checked over the animals for free, simply charging for the medicine if it was needed.
In his 35 years as owner of Gillis Drug he saw a number of changes to the business.
In the 1950s he paid $46.50 for 100 count, 250 mg tetracycline. That price dropped to $5 per 100 when the U.S. government started buying the prescription drug from Italy and that was a good thing.
Now, the government says don't buy from foreign countries - it might kill you.
"I wish I'd kept track of how many of those foreign pills I dispensed in little Osakis, Minnesota and they never killed anyone," he said.
Surprisingly, while a druggist by profession, Gillis questions people's desire to medicate.
He remembers a woman who came in with a child who had an eighth-inch cut in her cheek asking for advice.
The pharmacist recommended she buy a 5-cent butterfly bandage. The concerned mother decided to go to the emergency room where the doctor suggested she go to the drug store and purchase a butterfly bandage.
While the business was small Gillis held true to his commitment to providing top service to his customers.
One morning in the early days, Herm Bloom called Gillis' home at 5 a.m. asking him to come to his house, pick up a prescription, fill it and bring it back. When Gillis returned with the medicine and a bill for 95 cents, Bloom said, "Young man, you're going to go broke."
"He was right," Gillis said. "All the wonderful people I had as customers and friends were what mattered and I'm still rich with those friendships."
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Gillis to give winter lecture January 18
By Stella Riley Bender, Contributing Writer, The Osakis Review Published Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Neil Gillis has been a model Osakis citizen.
The 60-year resident was for a long time the friendly pharmacist at the local drug store. He served as a volunteer on the school board and in the Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce, Community Memorial Home and Presbyterian Church. He's been active on the town's golf course and in the bowling alley.

Now 92 and mostly retired, Gillis will share stories from what he calls "My Wonderful Life" on Sunday afternoon, January 18 at 2.p.m. in the Osakis Information Center located downtown at 11 East Main Street.

The event is free and open to the public. There will be time for questions and refreshments will be served.
Gillis' talk is the first of three programs in Winter Lecture Series 2009, presented by the Osakis Area Heritage Center and funded by grants from Runestone Electric Association and Stearns County Electric Association.

While still in high school Gillis knew he wanted to be a pharmacist. Although the country was in the midst of the Great Depression, he accomplished his goal at the University of Minnesota.
The young pharmacist was managing a drug store in Minneapolis when he heard the one in Osakis was for sale. He and his late wife Wanda purchased the store in 1949, renamed it Gillis Rexall Drug, and operated the business until 1985 when it was sold to Gregg Anderson.
In his Sunday afternoon talk, Gillis will tell stories about his experiences, with perhaps some surprises. While he will certainly recall the historic 1962 windstorm that damaged his drug store building, he may not talk about an earlier time when he was held up at gunpoint.
Asked if he had any regrets, Gillis said, "Heavens, no. I married a wonderful woman, I lived in a wonderful town and I had a wonderful profession. I couldn't have done it any better if I'd dreamt of it first."

Winter Lecture Series 2009 will continue February 22 with the sixth annual "Old-Fashioned Sunday Afternoon Musicale," featuring the Gordon Men's Chorus and guitarist Freddie Dean.
For more information, call (320) 859-5161 or (320) 859-4151.

******* Obituary
A Wonderful Life

Neil Gillis was born on July 19, 1916 in Tracy, Minnesota. He was one of 11 children. He graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Pharmacy degree in March 1943. In 1941 he married Wanda Brown. After graduating from college Neil served in the United States Navy as a Pharmacist Mate from 1943-1945. Neil and Wanda moved to Osakis in 1949 where he owned and operated Gillis Rexall Drugs until he sold it in 1985. He maintained his Pharmacy license and continued to work as a fill in pharmacist until he turned 90.
Neil and Wanda were married 46 years until her death in 1987. He is survived by their two children William and James, 6 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, his beloved Lorraine Thompson, and countless friends.
Neil was an active community leader serving on the Osakis Public School Board, for 9 years, 15 years on the Osakis Nursing Home Board, and 3 years on the Osakis Presbyterian Church Board. He began serving on the Douglas County Hospital Board when he was 85. He was chairman of the hospital board at age 94. Neil was also a member of the Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce and the Masonic Lodge.
Neil was an avid bowler, card player, storyteller, golfer, and fisherman. He loved music; all sports (especially the Golden Gophers, and the Minnesota Twins). He bought an iPad when he was 95 and was emailing to the West Coast and grandchildren in Minnesota and Istanbul, Turkey up until 2 days before he died. He mentioned several times he regretted waiting so long to use technology. He enjoyed politics and watched Sunday news shows. He watched them right up until the Sunday before he died and discussed them with visitors.
He loved brownies, chocolate covered peanuts, Kemps ice cream and new cars (especially Chryslers).

++ tributes ++

To the Family of Neil Gillis - Mr Gillis was a very fair kind employer. He gave me my first job when I was 13 yrs old. He worked around my sports schedule and school events. I was so surprised when I got my drivers license and he gave me his car keys to make a delivery to the nursing home. He was a trusting man! I wish you my deepest sympathy and know that he will be missed by many. Sincerely, Julie (Eldred) Juntunen
Neil was my first Boss & was a wonderful one!! I worked for Neil 1976-1977 & enjoyed working for him very much! He taught me a lot! Neil was a good man & even as a little girl stopping in at "the drug store" on Sunday mornings after church was a regular thing like so many of our Osakis families. I have so many fond memories of a wonderful man & Osakis icon!!! Sincere sympathies to his family!! --Debbie Brouns Anderson - Osakis, MN
Mr. Gillis or Neil will be greatly missed. I worked for him at Gillis Drug for approximately 3 years. He was a great teacher and taught me the art of merchandising and customer service.I also remember his famous comment to "How are you today?" and the response was, "Never as good as I am today." God, Bless you all. --Dawn Mielke McNeal - Osakis, MN
Mr. Gillis was my first boss and taught me so much! I truely believe I am the "people person" I am today because of him. He was always so friendly to his customers. His famous phrases "I've never been so good as I am today" or when handing out our pay he would also ways say "don't spend it all in one place unless you spend it here". I often refer to Mr. Gillis with my children and sure wish they had the coaching and teaching I did when they first started working. RIP Mr. Gillis. --Karin Bangtson-Leisz - Katy, TX
Mr Gillis was an icon here in Osakis. I remember the Indian outside the store-the fountain drinks-and his name on the building. When Jim and I became business owners and when Jim was on the school board it was Mr Gillis who came and patted us on the back or who Jim would ask advise from! He was a man who always had a smile and a how are you? and with the reply I have nver been better than I am today!!! Thank You for blessing our lives Mr. Gillis!! RIP! --Sharon Fearing - Osakis, MN
To the Neil Gillis family, I have fond memories of Mr. Gillis as do lots of people who recall his days in the drug store. He was always smiling an very friendly. I remember being surprised he knew who I was the first time I went into the store. He always referred to people as Mr.,Mrs., or by your first name if you weren't married. He was a very supportive of Osakis, sports of all kinds. He is walking straight and tall with a big smile, someone everyone can be happy to have known. Many Blessing to all family and close friends who shared more of his life. --Kathy Edenloff 
GILLIS, William Neil (I25)
 
38 (Research): The Osakis Review - 01/08/2008 A lot can change in 65 year
s. For a pharmacist, those changes are more numerous than the pills dispensed from his counter.
At 91, Neil Gillis keeps up with the times and his lifelong career by maintaining his pharmacy license.
Although he retired from full-time work as owner and pharmacist at Gillis Drug in Osakis in 1985, he still stops by to help whenever he's needed.
His desire to continue working comes from the advice of his late wife, Wanda, who told him to get out every day, not to sit alone.
Neil Gillis graduated from the University of Minnesota pharmacy school in March 1943.
A young man from the small town of Balaton, he knew early on he wanted to become a pharmacist and did all he could to prepare.
"I took all the science and math I could, all the prerequisites for college," he said. "Then I worked. I never borrowed a dime. I paid for all of my college myself, didn't owe anyone anything."
The young man may have been prepared, yet his career plan didn't sit well with his mother.
"Mother was a member of the Women's Christian Temperance Union," he said. "She cried when she found out I wanted to become a pharmacist, because they sold whiskey."
Although Gillis wasn't, and has never been a drinker, he remembers well the role the pharmacy had in selling alcohol.
The town doctor would stop by the Balaton drug store Saturday afternoons with a pad of signed prescriptions. Later the farmers came in and a prescription was filled out advising a half-pint of whiskey for John Smith Chickens or Joe Dokes Cow. It was completely
legal, according to Gillis, and the farmers were grateful to pay the doctor 10 cents per signature.
Undeterred from his dream, Gillis married, graduated, served in the Navy and worked in several big cities.
"My friend from Sauk Centre said I should buy a drug store in Osakis," he said. "So I went one night and bought it. My wife cried."
He bought Osakis Drug Company from Mrs. Clark, spending all the money he had.
He came to Osakis on a Friday - May 1, 1949 - planning to work three days at the pharmacy and then take over the store Monday morning, operating with the money he had earned over the weekend.
As Gillis explains it, he took in $89 that entire Friday - that much money came in the first hour in his Minneapolis store.
"I had a little over $400 when I opened Monday morning," he said.
The average prescription price was 50 to 60 cents in 1949 with Gillis filling about seven prescriptions a day.
"Luckily I had a wonderful wife and we were used to living on $100 a week in the Twin Cities," he said. "We managed."
Gillis also found ways to better serve his customers. He went to veterinary school as part of his continuing education.
He learned the essentials of veterinary medicine and soon was his wholesaler's biggest veterinary account.
Times were different then. Farmers brought their pigs into the pharmacy for medicine and Mrs. Ray Reinbold brought in her sick dogs for treatment.
Gillis checked over the animals for free, simply charging for the medicine if it was needed.
In his 35 years as owner of Gillis Drug he saw a number of changes to the business.
In the 1950s he paid $46.50 for 100 count, 250 mg tetracycline. That price dropped to $5 per 100 when the U.S. government started buying the prescription drug from Italy and that was a good thing.
Now, the government says don't buy from foreign countries - it might kill you.
"I wish I'd kept track of how many of those foreign pills I dispensed in little Osakis, Minnesota and they never killed anyone," he said.
Surprisingly, while a druggist by profession, Gillis questions people's desire to medicate.
He remembers a woman who came in with a child who had an eighth-inch cut in her cheek asking for advice.
The pharmacist recommended she buy a 5-cent butterfly bandage. The concerned mother decided to go to the emergency room where the doctor suggested she go to the drug store and purchase a butterfly bandage.
While the business was small Gillis held true to his commitment to providing top service to his customers.
One morning in the early days, Herm Bloom called Gillis' home at 5 a.m. asking him to come to his house, pick up a prescription, fill it and bring it back. When Gillis returned with the medicine and a bill for 95 cents, Bloom said, "Young man, you're going to go broke."
"He was right," Gillis said. "All the wonderful people I had as customers and friends were what mattered and I'm still rich with those friendships."
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Gillis to give winter lecture January 18
By Stella Riley Bender, Contributing Writer, The Osakis Review Published Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Neil Gillis has been a model Osakis citizen.
The 60-year resident was for a long time the friendly pharmacist at the local drug store. He served as a volunteer on the school board and in the Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce, Community Memorial Home and Presbyterian Church. He's been active on the town's golf course and in the bowling alley.

Now 92 and mostly retired, Gillis will share stories from what he calls "My Wonderful Life" on Sunday afternoon, January 18 at 2.p.m. in the Osakis Information Center located downtown at 11 East Main Street.

The event is free and open to the public. There will be time for questions and refreshments will be served.
Gillis' talk is the first of three programs in Winter Lecture Series 2009, presented by the Osakis Area Heritage Center and funded by grants from Runestone Electric Association and Stearns County Electric Association.

While still in high school Gillis knew he wanted to be a pharmacist. Although the country was in the midst of the Great Depression, he accomplished his goal at the University of Minnesota.
The young pharmacist was managing a drug store in Minneapolis when he heard the one in Osakis was for sale. He and his late wife Wanda purchased the store in 1949, renamed it Gillis Rexall Drug, and operated the business until 1985 when it was sold to Gregg Anderson.
In his Sunday afternoon talk, Gillis will tell stories about his experiences, with perhaps some surprises. While he will certainly recall the historic 1962 windstorm that damaged his drug store building, he may not talk about an earlier time when he was held up at gunpoint.
Asked if he had any regrets, Gillis said, "Heavens, no. I married a wonderful woman, I lived in a wonderful town and I had a wonderful profession. I couldn't have done it any better if I'd dreamt of it first."

Winter Lecture Series 2009 will continue February 22 with the sixth annual "Old-Fashioned Sunday Afternoon Musicale," featuring the Gordon Men's Chorus and guitarist Freddie Dean.
For more information, call (320) 859-5161 or (320) 859-4151.

******* Obituary
A Wonderful Life

Neil Gillis was born on July 19, 1916 in Tracy, Minnesota. He was one of 11 children. He graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Pharmacy degree in March 1943. In 1941 he married Wanda Brown. After graduating from college Neil served in the United States Navy as a Pharmacist Mate from 1943-1945. Neil and Wanda moved to Osakis in 1949 where he owned and operated Gillis Rexall Drugs until he sold it in 1985. He maintained his Pharmacy license and continued to work as a fill in pharmacist until he turned 90.
Neil and Wanda were married 46 years until her death in 1987. He is survived by their two children William and James, 6 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, his beloved Lorraine Thompson, and countless friends.
Neil was an active community leader serving on the Osakis Public School Board, for 9 years, 15 years on the Osakis Nursing Home Board, and 3 years on the Osakis Presbyterian Church Board. He began serving on the Douglas County Hospital Board when he was 85. He was chairman of the hospital board at age 94. Neil was also a member of the Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce and the Masonic Lodge.
Neil was an avid bowler, card player, storyteller, golfer, and fisherman. He loved music; all sports (especially the Golden Gophers, and the Minnesota Twins). He bought an iPad when he was 95 and was emailing to the West Coast and grandchildren in Minnesota and Istanbul, Turkey up until 2 days before he died. He mentioned several times he regretted waiting so long to use technology. He enjoyed politics and watched Sunday news shows. He watched them right up until the Sunday before he died and discussed them with visitors.
He loved brownies, chocolate covered peanuts, Kemps ice cream and new cars (especially Chryslers).

++ tributes ++

To the Family of Neil Gillis - Mr Gillis was a very fair kind employer. He gave me my first job when I was 13 yrs old. He worked around my sports schedule and school events. I was so surprised when I got my drivers license and he gave me his car keys to make a delivery to the nursing home. He was a trusting man! I wish you my deepest sympathy and know that he will be missed by many. Sincerely, Julie (Eldred) Juntunen
Neil was my first Boss & was a wonderful one!! I worked for Neil 1976-1977 & enjoyed working for him very much! He taught me a lot! Neil was a good man & even as a little girl stopping in at "the drug store" on Sunday mornings after church was a regular thing like so many of our Osakis families. I have so many fond memories of a wonderful man & Osakis icon!!! Sincere sympathies to his family!! --Debbie Brouns Anderson - Osakis, MN
Mr. Gillis or Neil will be greatly missed. I worked for him at Gillis Drug for approximately 3 years. He was a great teacher and taught me the art of merchandising and customer service.I also remember his famous comment to "How are you today?" and the response was, "Never as good as I am today." God, Bless you all. --Dawn Mielke McNeal - Osakis, MN
Mr. Gillis was my first boss and taught me so much! I truely believe I am the "people person" I am today because of him. He was always so friendly to his customers. His famous phrases "I've never been so good as I am today" or when handing out our pay he would also ways say "don't spend it all in one place unless you spend it here". I often refer to Mr. Gillis with my children and sure wish they had the coaching and teaching I did when they first started working. RIP Mr. Gillis. --Karin Bangtson-Leisz - Katy, TX
Mr Gillis was an icon here in Osakis. I remember the Indian outside the store-the fountain drinks-and his name on the building. When Jim and I became business owners and when Jim was on the school board it was Mr Gillis who came and patted us on the back or who Jim would ask advise from! He was a man who always had a smile and a how are you? and with the reply I have nver been better than I am today!!! Thank You for blessing our lives Mr. Gillis!! RIP! --Sharon Fearing - Osakis, MN
To the Neil Gillis family, I have fond memories of Mr. Gillis as do lots of people who recall his days in the drug store. He was always smiling an very friendly. I remember being surprised he knew who I was the first time I went into the store. He always referred to people as Mr.,Mrs., or by your first name if you weren't married. He was a very supportive of Osakis, sports of all kinds. He is walking straight and tall with a big smile, someone everyone can be happy to have known. Many Blessing to all family and close friends who shared more of his life. --Kathy Edenloff 
GILLIS, William Neil (I25)
 
39 (Research):b. 31 Oct 1811 (some records state 1808 but her headstone says 1811) Glaslough,Co. Monaghan,Ireland
d. 22 Oct 1904-Inverness,Megantic,Quebec,Canada
m. 24 Sep 1840 to
John LEITH
b. 1817 in IRE
d. 17 Jan 1872 - Inverness, Megantic, Que., Canada 
ROBINSON, Hannah (I987)
 
40 (Research):b. 31 Oct 1811 (some records state 1808 but her headstone says 1811) Glaslough,Co. Monaghan,Ireland
d. 22 Oct 1904-Inverness,Megantic,Quebec,Canada
m. 24 Sep 1840 to
John LEITH
b. 1817 in IRE
d. 17 Jan 1872 - Inverness, Megantic, Que., Canada 
ROBINSON, Hannah (I987)
 
41 (Research):Della May Edwards was born 10/23/1895 in Sioux City, Iowa, the daughter of Edward Edwards and Agnes Jardine Edwards. As a young girl, she followed her older borthers and sisters to school (at a distance) when she was too young to start until the teacher finally agreed to let her stay -- which speaks of her love of reading and finding out about the world which lasted all of her life.

Della married Ernest Benjamin Gillis on 7/16/1914 in a ceremony was performed by Ernest's father William, a Methodist-Episcopal minister, in Walnut Grove, Minnesota. Della was 18. She loved to play softball and was a "good pitcher and a fast runner".

Ernest was born on July 11, 1888 in South Royalton, Vermont and died on March 13, 1976 in Kirkland, Washington. In the spring of 1911, Ernest had moved south of Amiret to a half-section of land, that he farmed as a bachelor until he married Della May Edwards. Della was helping in a store in Amiret at the time.

In the spring of 1924, Ernest and Della moved to a farm south of Tracy. That fall they moved to the Kyle Farm, north of Tracy. In the spring of 1925, they rented the Curtis Farm. In March, 1926, they moved to Balaton, Minnesota, where they remained the next 17 years.
Photo of Ernest
Della as a young adult

Then, in the fall of 1942, Ernest moved to Washington State. He bought 5 acres in Alderwood Manor, Washington and started orchards and some farming while building a home. In July 1943, Della and their four girls still at home joined him via train. The family lived in a cabin until the new home was ready for them to occupy.

"Things We Remember About Our Mother"

"Della and Ernest parented 11 children, 9 girls and 2 boys, all of whom lived to maturity, presenting them with 52 grandchildren and 57 greatgrandchildren at the time of Della's death.

Ernie died in 1976 and Della lived then in the homes of daughters where she was found to be a most gracious and pleasant houseguest, reading books, working crossword puzzles, ever ready to play a game, and writing letters to children and grandchildren scattered from Minnesota to Virginia, from California, Oregon, England, and Florida. Her correspondence eagerly shared by all the local families kept this large family well acquainted with each other.

Many happy thoughts come to mind about Della - the delicious odors from her kitchen as she plied her trade as a fantastic cook; fresh baked bread, pies, hot dishes of all kinds, all served in the most attractive fashion. Christmas with its special joys; long talks - quiet and supportive; sweing spring dresses, bringing special dishes to tempt the appetite when we were sick; bathing the tiny baby while we watched; giving us the courage and strength to live our lives independently."

Della died 5/1/1983. 
EDWARDS, Della Mae (I8)
 
42 (Research):Della May Edwards was born 10/23/1895 in Sioux City, Iowa, the daughter of Edward Edwards and Agnes Jardine Edwards. As a young girl, she followed her older borthers and sisters to school (at a distance) when she was too young to start until the teacher finally agreed to let her stay -- which speaks of her love of reading and finding out about the world which lasted all of her life.

Della married Ernest Benjamin Gillis on 7/16/1914 in a ceremony was performed by Ernest's father William, a Methodist-Episcopal minister, in Walnut Grove, Minnesota. Della was 18. She loved to play softball and was a "good pitcher and a fast runner".

Ernest was born on July 11, 1888 in South Royalton, Vermont and died on March 13, 1976 in Kirkland, Washington. In the spring of 1911, Ernest had moved south of Amiret to a half-section of land, that he farmed as a bachelor until he married Della May Edwards. Della was helping in a store in Amiret at the time.

In the spring of 1924, Ernest and Della moved to a farm south of Tracy. That fall they moved to the Kyle Farm, north of Tracy. In the spring of 1925, they rented the Curtis Farm. In March, 1926, they moved to Balaton, Minnesota, where they remained the next 17 years.
Photo of Ernest
Della as a young adult

Then, in the fall of 1942, Ernest moved to Washington State. He bought 5 acres in Alderwood Manor, Washington and started orchards and some farming while building a home. In July 1943, Della and their four girls still at home joined him via train. The family lived in a cabin until the new home was ready for them to occupy.

"Things We Remember About Our Mother"

"Della and Ernest parented 11 children, 9 girls and 2 boys, all of whom lived to maturity, presenting them with 52 grandchildren and 57 greatgrandchildren at the time of Della's death.

Ernie died in 1976 and Della lived then in the homes of daughters where she was found to be a most gracious and pleasant houseguest, reading books, working crossword puzzles, ever ready to play a game, and writing letters to children and grandchildren scattered from Minnesota to Virginia, from California, Oregon, England, and Florida. Her correspondence eagerly shared by all the local families kept this large family well acquainted with each other.

Many happy thoughts come to mind about Della - the delicious odors from her kitchen as she plied her trade as a fantastic cook; fresh baked bread, pies, hot dishes of all kinds, all served in the most attractive fashion. Christmas with its special joys; long talks - quiet and supportive; sweing spring dresses, bringing special dishes to tempt the appetite when we were sick; bathing the tiny baby while we watched; giving us the courage and strength to live our lives independently."

Della died 5/1/1983. 
EDWARDS, Della Mae (I8)
 
43 (Research):From the Cornwall Freeholder Souvenir Booklet, 1900

E. H. Brown
There is no profession which more deserves our most careful consideration than that of the chemist and druggist. The physician may successfully diagnose, but it is the chemist who administers the relief. He is the able assistant of the doctor, and his skill and science in a great measure renders the medical profession efficient.

A very popular and highly responsible drug store in Cornwall is that of E. H. Brown, who has been established here since 1882, and he enjoys the reputation of being thoroughly skilled in every detail of his calling. He has a large and well appointed store 20 x 70 feet in dimensions, on Pitt Street, where he is always on hand. A choice assortment of the purest and freshest of drugs and chemicals, also desirable and popular patent medicines, physician's supplies, perfumery, toilet articles, fancy goods, and druggist's sundries generally will be found in this establishment. He also carries a full line of spectacles and eye glasses. Having had several years' experience measuring and fitting difficult cases of eye defects, is an assurance that all who go to him for glasses will receive the very best fit that can be given them.

Special attention is given to the compounding department, physicians' prescriptions and family recipes being prepared with great reliability and despatch. Special preparations of Mr. Brown's are the Jubilee Pain Magic, for both internal and external use, which is particularly recommended for diarrhoea, cholera morbus, summer complaint, pains in the stomach and bowels, etc.; also Fragrant Rosaderma, the most elegant and delicate preparation for the skin ever invented; Brown's Family Cough and Asthma Cure; the Magic Liniment for rheumatism, neuralgia, frost bites, sprains; North American Stomach and Liver Tonic for indegestion and dyspepsia, etc.

Mr. Brown is a native born Canadian, a graduate of the College of Pharmacy and the Ontario Optical Institute of Canada. Personally, he is highly esteemed, and has held many important public positions, having been for several years a member of the Town Council, in which body he at present holds the responsible position of Chairman of the Finance Committee. Mr. Brown is also Chairman of the Public School Board, Secretary-Treasurer of the Cornwall Milling Co., and a member of the Quarterly Board of the Methodist Church. He is an enthusiastic rifleman, being one Cornwall's crack shots. 
BROWN, Ezra Healy Phmb (I615)
 
44 (Research):From the Cornwall Freeholder Souvenir Booklet, 1900

E. H. Brown
There is no profession which more deserves our most careful consideration than that of the chemist and druggist. The physician may successfully diagnose, but it is the chemist who administers the relief. He is the able assistant of the doctor, and his skill and science in a great measure renders the medical profession efficient.

A very popular and highly responsible drug store in Cornwall is that of E. H. Brown, who has been established here since 1882, and he enjoys the reputation of being thoroughly skilled in every detail of his calling. He has a large and well appointed store 20 x 70 feet in dimensions, on Pitt Street, where he is always on hand. A choice assortment of the purest and freshest of drugs and chemicals, also desirable and popular patent medicines, physician's supplies, perfumery, toilet articles, fancy goods, and druggist's sundries generally will be found in this establishment. He also carries a full line of spectacles and eye glasses. Having had several years' experience measuring and fitting difficult cases of eye defects, is an assurance that all who go to him for glasses will receive the very best fit that can be given them.

Special attention is given to the compounding department, physicians' prescriptions and family recipes being prepared with great reliability and despatch. Special preparations of Mr. Brown's are the Jubilee Pain Magic, for both internal and external use, which is particularly recommended for diarrhoea, cholera morbus, summer complaint, pains in the stomach and bowels, etc.; also Fragrant Rosaderma, the most elegant and delicate preparation for the skin ever invented; Brown's Family Cough and Asthma Cure; the Magic Liniment for rheumatism, neuralgia, frost bites, sprains; North American Stomach and Liver Tonic for indegestion and dyspepsia, etc.

Mr. Brown is a native born Canadian, a graduate of the College of Pharmacy and the Ontario Optical Institute of Canada. Personally, he is highly esteemed, and has held many important public positions, having been for several years a member of the Town Council, in which body he at present holds the responsible position of Chairman of the Finance Committee. Mr. Brown is also Chairman of the Public School Board, Secretary-Treasurer of the Cornwall Milling Co., and a member of the Quarterly Board of the Methodist Church. He is an enthusiastic rifleman, being one Cornwall's crack shots. 
BROWN, Ezra Healy Phmb (I615)
 
45 (Research):http://docshare.tips/newry-amp-armagh-directory_58856e97b6d87fe8078b4c3d.html GILLIS, William (I43)
 
46 (Research):http://docshare.tips/newry-amp-armagh-directory_58856e97b6d87fe8078b4c3d.html GILLIS, William (I43)
 
47 (Research):Memorial page for Luman C Brown (10 Mar 1859? 8 Sep 1920), Find A Grave Memorial no. 96973148, citing Crystal Springs Cemetery, Benton Harbor, Berrien County, Michigan, USA BROWN, Luman (Loomis) C. (I1252)
 
48 (Research):Memorial page for Luman C Brown (10 Mar 1859? 8 Sep 1920), Find A Grave Memorial no. 96973148, citing Crystal Springs Cemetery, Benton Harbor, Berrien County, Michigan, USA BROWN, Luman (Loomis) C. (I1252)
 
49 (Research):Memorial page for Mary Ann Jardine Brown (8 Mar 1859'9623 Jul 1942), Find A Grave Memorial no. 130803583, citing Crystal Springs Cemetery, Benton Harbor, Berrien County, Michigan, USA JARDINE, Mary Ann (I682)
 
50 (Research):Memorial page for Mary Ann Jardine Brown (8 Mar 1859'9623 Jul 1942), Find A Grave Memorial no. 130803583, citing Crystal Springs Cemetery, Benton Harbor, Berrien County, Michigan, USA JARDINE, Mary Ann (I682)
 

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