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picture William H Robinson

      Sex: M
AKA: William H. Robinson Jr.
Individual Information
          Birth: 4 Jul 1806 - Anderson, Kentucky, United States
    Christening: 
          Death: 4 Mar 1876 - Dayton, Richland, Wisconsin, United States
         Burial: Mar 1876 - Dayton Corners Cemetery, Dayton, Richland, Wisconsin, United States

Events
Residence, 1829 in Moved to Carroll Co., Indiana
Census 1810, 1810 in Franklin, Kentucky, United States
Census 1820, 1820
Census 1830, 1830 in Perry, Tippecanoe, Indiana, United States
Census 1840, 1840
Census 1850, 17 Oct 1850 in Franklin, Kosciusko, Indiana, United States
Census 1860, 25 Jun 1860 in Boaz, Dayton, Richland, Wisconsin
Census 1870, 8 Aug 1870 in Boaz, Dayton, Richland, Wisconsin


Parents
         Father: William Robinson (Abt 1779-1847)
         Mother: Nancy Miller (1781-1857)

Spouses and Children
1. *Nancy Mina Menaugh (15 Dec 1810 - After 1884)
       Marriage: 21 Feb 1828 - Salem, Washington, Indiana, United States
       Children:
                1. Eliza Jane Robinson (1830-1890)
                2. Robert T. Robinson (1838-      )
                3. Lemon Robinson (1840-1873)
                4. John Milton Robinson (Abt 1840-1865)
                5. Elizabeth T Robinson (1843-After 1875)
                6. James Harvey Robinson (1846-1907)
                7. Francis Marion Robinson (1849-1924)
                8. Erasmus P. Robinson (1852-After 1880)
                9. Samuel Edwin Robinson (1854-1919)

Notes
General:
!MARRIAGE: 21 Feb 1828 to Nancy Menaugh, Washington Co, Indiana; 1815-1841, Sec III Ch 79; copy of; William Robinson "of age", and Nancy Menaugh "Father consenting", "On the 21st of February 1828, I sollemized the marriage between William Robinson and Nancy Menaugh" by Enoch Pam.

!BURIAL: Dayton Corners Cemetery, Dayton, Richland, WI; http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~richlandwi/DaytonCorners/DaytonCorners.html; Robinson, William, 1805 1876 07-04-1805 03-04-1876, Aged 70Ys 8Ms.

CENSUS:
1830 CENSUS: Perry Twp, Tippecanoe, IN, p 240; next door to Henry;
male 1 -5 1 5-10 2 10-15 1 15-20 2 20-30 1 50-60
female 1 -5 2 10-15 1 15-20 1 40-50
My speculation is that William, wife Nancy, and baby Eliza J. were
living with William's father, William.

1850 census of Franklin, Kosciusko, IN on 17 Oct 1850, page 392, image 19of 32; on 41, 117, 117.
Wm. Robinson, age 44, M, Farming, b KY
Nancy Robison, age 39, F, b KY?
Eliza J. Robisnon, age 20, F, b IN
Robt L. Robinson, age 12, M, b IN
John M. Robinson, age 9, M, b IN (b abt 1841)
Eliz'b L. Robinson, age 6, F, b IN
James R. Robinson, age 4, M, b IN
Francis M. Robinson, age 11/12, M, b IN.

1860 Census: Dayton, Richland, WI, 25 Jun 1860, p 122, 1046/894, ln 8-16, ancestry.com
William Robinson, 55, M, Farmer, $1000, $350, KY
Nancy Robinson, 49, F, KY
Robt. Robinson 21, M, Laborer, IN, deaf
John Robinson, 19, M, IN
Elizabeth, 16, F, IN
James Robinson, 13, M, IN
Francis Robinson, 10, M, IN
Erasmus Robinson, 8, M, IN
Samuel Robinson, 5, WI

1870 CENSUS: Address; Dayton, Richland Co., WI, 8 Aug 1870
Age 65 in 1870. Farmer.
Real Estate - $2,000. Personal Estate - $500.
Roll 1734, PG 8 or 593, LN 3.
3) Robinson, William, age 65, M, W, Farmer, $2,000 real estate, $520 personal estate, b KY, male elgible to vote
4) Nancy, age 59, F, W, Keeping House, b KY, cannot write
5) Robert T., age 32, M, W, (can't make out occupation), b IN, cannot write idiom? can/cannot vote
6) James H, age 23, M, W, Farm Labor, b IN, can vote
7) Francis, M, W, age 21, Farm Labor, b IN, can vote
8) Erasmus P., agae 19, M, W, Labor, b IN
9) Samuel E., age 16, M, W, Work at Home on Farm, b WI, in school within the year

Bibliography: "History of Crawford and Richland Counties, Wisconsin", Publisher: Union Publishing Co., Springfield, IL 1884 pages 1018-1019. SLC FHC US/CAN Book Area - 977.57 H2G.
"William Robinson, deceased, pioneer of Richland county, first settled near Sextonville in the year 1853. He bought eighty acres of land on section 4, town 9, range 2 east, now included in the town of Ithaca. He remained here but one year, then sold out and removed to town 10, range 1 west, now known as the town of Dayton. He entered the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 34, built a log house and leased a portion of the land. In 1866 he purchased unimproved land on section 26 of the same town. This was his home until the time of his death. He was a native of Anderson Co., KY, born July 5, 1805. When a young man he emigrated with his parents to Indiana, and located in Washington county. This was at that time a new county, and here his pioneer life began. He was joined in marriage in February, 1828 to Nancy Menaugh. She was born in Shelby Co., KY, Dec 15, 1810. Soon after they removed to Carroll county, where he engaged in farming, but, like many others, the fever and ague troubled him, and after living there three years he removed to Kosoiusko county. Here he purchased timber land, erected a comfortable log house, and cleared a farm. In 1852 he visited Richland county in company with Dr. Slippy, made a short stay, then returned to his home and remained until the following spring, then sold his farm, packed up his goods and started overland, accompanied by his family, and settled near Sextonville, as before stated. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson were the parents of eleven children, six of whom are now living - Eliza J., Elizabeth, James H., Francis M., Erasmus P., and Samuel Edwin. The youngest son now occupied the homestead. James H. and Francis M. purchased 172 acres of timberland on section 35. They have ninety acres of it cleared and improved, and it is one of the best farms in the town. They have erected a large frame house, and other necessary farm buildings. Their mother makes her home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson both joined the Presbyterian Church soon after marriage. As there was no Church of that denomination in Dayton, he joined the United Brethren Class, and was a member of Otterbein Church at the time of his death which occurred in the spring of 1875."
Chapter 22 - Town of Dayton
Early Settlement -
From 1852 until 1856 the settlement of the town progressed rapidly. The following named came during that period: ...William Robinson, Henry Robinson ... Levi Leslie
William Robinson, a native of Kentucky, came here from Indiana in 1853, and bought forty acres of land in town 9, range 2 east. He lived there one year, and in 1854 came to Dayton and entered the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 34. In 1866 he bought land on section 26, where he improved a farm and lived until the time of his death. His widow lives with her sons on section 35.

Bibliography: History of Richland County, Wisconsin. Film #1869865, item 3. Index: 977.575.H2c Page 200:

"William Robinson was one of the pioneers of Richland county, and he first settled near Sextonville. In the year 1853, purchasing eighty acres of land on section 4 town 9 range 2 east, now included in the town of Buena Vista. He remained there but one year and then sold out and removed to the town of Dayton. He entered the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section 34, built a log home until the time of his death...."

BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1. "History of Crawford and Richland Counties, Wisconsin"
Publisher: Union Publishing Co., Springfield, IL, 1884.
Pages 1018-1019. SLC FHC US/CAN BOOK AREA - 977.57 H2g;
"William Robinson, deceased, pioneer of Richland county, first settled near Sextonville in the year 1853. He bought eighty acres of land on section 4, town 9, range 2 east, now included in the town of Ithaca. He remained here but one year, then sold out and removed to town 10, range 1 west, now known as the town of Dayton. He entered the souteast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 34, built a log house and leased a portion of the land. In 1866 he purchased unimproved land on section 26 of the same town. This was his home until the time of his death. He was a native of Anderson Co., KY, born July 5, 1805. When a young man he emigrated with his parents to Indiana, and located in Washington county. This was at that time a new county, and here his pioneer life began. He was joined in marriage in February, 1828 to Nancy Menaugh. She was born in Shelby Co., KY, Dec 15, 1810. Soon after they removed to Carroll county, where he engaged in farming, but, like many others, the fever and ague troubled him, and after living there three years he removed to Kosoiusko county.
Here he purchased timber land, erected a comfortable log house, and cleared a farm. In 1852 he visited Richland county in company with Dr. Sippy, made a short stay, then returned to his home and remained until the following spring, then sold his farm, packed up his goods and started overland, accompanied by his family, and settled near Sextonville, as before stated. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson were the parents of eleven children, six of whom are now living - Eliza J., Elizabeth, James H., Francis M., Erasmus P., and Samuel Edwin. The youngest son now occupies the homestead. James H. and Francis M. purchased 172 acres of timberland on section 35. They have ninety acres of it cleared and improved, and it is one of the best farms in the town.
They have erected a large frame house, and other necessary farm buildings. Their mother makes her home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson both joined the Presbyterian Church soon after marriage. As there was no Church of that denomination in Dayton, he joined the United Brethren Class, and was a member of Otterbein Church at the time of his death, which occurred in the spring of 1875."

BIBLIOGRAPHY: 2. "History of Richland Counties, Wisconsin" Film #1869865, item 3;
p 199;
"From 1852 until 1856 the settlement of the town [Dayton] progressed rapidly, the following named coming during that period: ... William Robinson, Henry Robinson...Levi Leslie..."
p 200-201;
"William Robinson was one of the pioneers of Richland county, and he first settled near Sextonville, in the year 1853, purchasing eighty acres of land on section 4, town 9, range 2 east, now included in the town of Buena Vista. He remained there but one year and then sold out and removed to the town of Dayton.
He entered the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section 34, built a log home until the time of his death. He was a native of Anderson County, Kentucky, born July 5, 1805, and when a young man emigrated with his parents to Indiana and located in Washington county. Soon after he removed to Carroll county, where he engaged in farming, but, like many others, the fever and ague troubled him, and after living there three years he removed to Kosciusko county.
There he purchased timber land, erected a comfortable log house, and cleared a farm. In 1852 he visted Richland county in company with Dr. Sippy, made a short stay, then returned to his home and remained until the following spring, when he sold his farm, packed up his goods and started overland, accompanied by his family,and settled near Sextonville, as before stated. His death occurred in the spring of 1975."

This land was either bought by this William or his father William.
LAND RECORDS: Kosciusko Co. Original Tract Book, Range 5 Township 30, Seward Twp; http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/30_05.htm;
Twp 30, Rng 05, Descrition SW of SE, Sect 09, Acres 40, date entered 8 Aug 1839, entered by William Robinson, District LP.
Twp 30, Range 5, Description W half NW quarter, section 12, Acres 80, entered 5 Nov 1836, by William Robinson, district LP.
Twp 31, Range 4, description SE quarter, section 34, Acres 160, entered 30 Oct 1837, by William Robinson, district LP.

RESIDENCES:
1805- Anderson Co, KY
~1821-1828 Washington Co, IN
1828-1831 Carroll Co, IN
1831-1853 Kosoiusko Co, IN
1853-1854 Buena Vista,Sextonville (Ithaca), WI
1854-1875 Dayton, Richland, WI (Otterbein Church)

picture William H. Robinson

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 25 Aug 1872 - Richland, Wisconsin, United States
    Christening: 
          Death: 3 Jan 1873 - Richland, Wisconsin, United States
         Burial: in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Eagle, Richland, Wisconsin, United States


Parents
         Father: William F Robinson (1828-1885)
         Mother: Eliza Jane Robinson (1830-1890)

Notes
General:
BURIAL: Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Richland Co., WI;
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~richlandwi/PleasantHill/PleasantHill.html
ROBINSON, W.H. 1872 1873
Son of William F. & Eliza J. (Robinson) Robinson.

William H. Robinson, b 8/25/1872, d 1/3/1873; children of Wm. F. and E.J. Robinson; buried next to father and 3 children, and by other relatives; this info. came from Jim Grant, jlgrantaz@yahoo.com, who visited the cemetery personally.
Also: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~richlandwi/PleasantHill/PleasantHill.html; 1872 1873, Son of William F. & Eliza J. (Robinson) Robinson.

picture William Henry Robinson

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 6 Apr 1844 - Silver Lake, Kosciusko, Indiana, United States
    Christening: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 

Events
Census 1850, 17 Oct 1850 in Franklin, Kosciusko, Indiana, United States


Parents
         Father: Robert Robinson (1810-1874)
         Mother: Frances McQueren (1817-1884)

Notes
General:
MARRIAGE:
Poss this William? Kosciusko County Indiana
Marriages 1846-1891
Brides Compiled by Ruth M Slevin 1972

County: Kosciusko
Name: Polatha A Parks
Spouse: William H Robinson
Marriage Date: 15 Nov 1876
Book: E
Original Source Page: 553

MILITARY: Civil War Soldiers of Kosciusko Co, http://user.ctlnet.com/gan155/cwnr.txt ; 9/98;
Robinson, William H., Private, Unit 12th, Co. I, Enlisted 10 Aug 1862; there's another listing of a William Robinson who enlisted 9 days before brother George A, and went to the same Unit as him;
Robinson, William, Private, Unit 152nd, Co, D, Enlisted 13 Feb 1865.

WFT v8, #2999 has birth place Silver Lake, IN (had supposed SC), date same as ANF.

picture William Riley Robinson

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Abt 1794 2
    Christening: 
          Death: Abt 1849 2
         Burial: 


Spouses and Children
1. *Cynthia Stevens (Abt 1797 - Abt 1867)
       Marriage: 

Notes
General:
The JimmyCStephens database on Ancestry World Tree lists his parents asAmasa and Prudence (Howe) Robinson. Amasa is the son of Jarad Robinsonand Mary Thompson; grandson of Thomas R. and Anna (Wooster) Robinson.

picture William Ulysses Robinson

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 31 Dec 1864
    Christening: 
          Death: 3 Aug 1866
         Burial: 

Events
FamilySearch Id, 9MJQ-THL


Parents
         Father: James Samuel Robinson (1831-1923)
         Mother: Margaret Elisabeth Ewing (1836-1920)


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William Virgil Robinson

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 10 Aug 1887 - Richland, Wisconsin, United States
    Christening: 
          Death: 24 Nov 1958 - Richland, Wisconsin, United States
         Burial: in Richland Center Cemetery, Richland, Richland, Wisconsin, United States


Parents
         Father: Robert Shuler Robinson (1862-1938)
         Mother: Living

Spouses and Children
1. *Mame Inez Harter (23 Nov 1888 - 21 Apr 1966)
       Marriage: 28 Nov 1912
       Children:
                1. Wayne William Robinson (1917-1995)

Notes
General:
BIRTH: Wisconson Births, 1820-1907, reel 0255, record 000119, ancestry.com
William V. Robinson, b 10 Aug 1887 in Richland Co., WI.

!BURIAL: Richland Center Cemetery, Richland Twp., Richland, WI
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~richlandwi/Richland/R/RichlandR.html
ROBINSON, William Virgil 1887 1958 08-10-1887 11-24-1958 Block F 41
MS with Mame & Eleanor (Ysebaert).
Married Mame I. Harter on November 28, 1912.
Son of Robert Shuler & Mary(Mainwaring) Robinson.
DEATH: Thompson's Richland Co., WI Death Index to 1998, http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wirichla/deadintr.htm
Robinson, William Virgil 1958-11-24 vol 21b, pg 004

picture Living

      Sex: M


Parents
         Father: Earl Benton Robinson (1905-1986)
         Mother: Ethel Belle Gorsuch (1906-1991)

Spouses and Children
1. Living
       Children:
                1. Living
                2. Living
                3. Living


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William Wheeler Robinson

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 16 Mar 1877 - Richland, Wisconsin, United States
    Christening: 
          Death: 26 Mar 1944
         Burial: in Richland Center Cemetery, Richland, Richland, Wisconsin, United States


Parents
         Father: Samuel Edwin Robinson (1854-1919)
         Mother: Mary Josephine Core (1854-1929)

Spouses and Children
1. Living

Notes
General:
!BURIAL: Richland Center Cemetery, Richland Twp., Richland, WI
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~richlandwi/Richland/R/RichlandR.html
ROBINSON, William Wheeler 1877 1944 03-16-1877 03-26-1944 C.P. 154
Wisconsin Pvt Air Service - World War I F=AmLegion
Married Ada J. VanWormer on July 17, 1906.9
Son of Edwin Samuel & Mary Josephine (Core) Robinson.

1880 CENSUS: Dayton, Richland, Wisconsin
Source: FHL Film 1255445 National Archives Film T9-1445 Page 48A
Enumerated with parents and brother;
William ROBINSON Son M S W 3 WISCONSIN
Fa: WISCONSIN Mo: INDIANA.

1900 Census: 2 WD Richland Center, Richland, WI, Series T623, Roll 1813, pg 235, 11 Jun 1900, enum dist 118, sheet 12B, lines 97-100, and next page sheet 13A lines 1-4; enum with parents & 5 siblings.
Robinson, William W., son, W, M, b Mar 1877, age 23, single, b WI, fb WI, mb IN, Day laborer, attended school 6 months, can read, write & speak English

1905 Wisconsin State Census: Marshall, Richland, WI, 1 Jun 1905, sheet 7(B), family 133, ln 38+, roll CSUSAWI1905_26, ancestry.com; enum w/parents & 2 siblings.
Robinson, William W., son, WM, 28, single, b WI, fb WI, mb IN, occ: Day laborer, empoyed 12 mo

1920 Census: Rockbridge, Richland, WI, Series T625, Roll 2013, page 186, 8-10 Jan 1920, enum dist 207, sheet 2A, lines 12-15; enum in household of brother Walter G., also living with mother and aunt.
Robinson, William E. or S [faded]., brother, M, W, age 42, D[divorced?], b WI, fb WI, mb IN, occ: P[can't read the rest]

picture Wilson R Robinson

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Sep 1850 - <Franklin, Koaciusko>, Indiana, United States
    Christening: 
          Death: Bef Bef 1860
         Burial: 

Events
Census 1850, 17 Oct 1850 in Indiana, United States


Parents
         Father: Samuel S Robinson (1824-1913)
         Mother: Eliza Ann Paxon (1828-1855)

Notes
General:
CENSUS:
1850 Franklin Twp, Kosciusko Co, IN, p 391a, ln 6-9, 17 Oct 1850; enum with parents and sister;
9) Wilson R, age 1/12, M, b IN.

1860 census not with parents.

1870 Census; Silver Lake, Seward, Kosciusko, IN; ancestry.com; pg. 31, line 21+, family 224; Enum w/father and 6 siblings;
Robinson, Willard, age 15, M, W, Farm Laborer, b IN.

picture Living

      Sex: M


Parents
         Father: Elwin James Robinson (1882-      )
         Mother: Mrs. Pearl A. Robinson (1883-      )

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Sources


1. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ordinance Index (TM) (1 Mar 1993 Edition).

2. Ancestry World Tree Project, JimmyCStephens Database. POC is Jimmy Stephens, at Jimmy@Stephens.org.

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Sources


1 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ordinance Index (TM) (1 Mar 1993 Edition).

2 Ancestry World Tree Project, JimmyCStephens Database. POC is Jimmy Stephens, at Jimmy@Stephens.org.


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