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ROBINSON

Sharon Elliott (View posts)
Posted: 889876800000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1316540510000
Surnames: Robinson, Clapp


Am trying to find the parents of John Robinson m. Phebe Clapp before March 27, 1762. Children b. at Attleboro, Bristol Co. MA include: Phebe b. March 27, 1762; Jemima b. Feb. 17, 1764; Matilda b. Jan.10, 1766; Cyrus b. May 3, 1769; Levine b. May 9, 1771; Darius b. Aug. 4, 1773; John b. Jan. 10, 1776;
. Jan. 10, 1776;
Posted: 903268800000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1316543961000
Surnames: Robinson, Clapp, Ingraham
John Robinson, who married Phebe Clapp, was born on 26 July 1742 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, MA, the son of Peter and Elizabeth Robinson. Peter was born in Rehoboth on 18 Jan 1696, son of John and Mary Robinson. John was born in Rehoboth on 29 Nov 1668, son of George Robinson and Joanna Ingraham. I am descended from John and Phebe's son, Darius Robinson.

John Robinson Parents

William L Robinson (View posts)
Posted: 913809600000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Robinson
John Robinson from Bistol Co, Mass, parents were Peter and Elizabeth.

George Robinson of Rehoboth

WILLIAM L ROBINSON (View posts)
Posted: 913809600000
Classification: Query
Edited: 998065642000
Surnames: ROBINSON
George inRehoboth, Bristol Co, Mass is my Seventh Great Grandfather,Would love to exchange info with you.

Re: George Robinson of Rehoboth

Posted: 1316294197000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Robinson
I am also a descendant and would be happy to exchange information with you. Feel free to contact me if you're still around.

Re: George Robinson of Rehoboth

Posted: 1360694885000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1360778038000
Surnames: Robinson
I am also a descendant and would be happy to exchange information with you. Feel free to contact me, I'm from George's son John line and I have got as far as George but can't get any further have you? I think George's parents are one of two lines...Francis and Anne or David and Jonet don't have dates but assume would be in the 1500's.
Any info would be greatly appreciated?
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