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William Shelton and Ethel (Lail) Armstrong Family

From: John and Kathy Bishop jbishop2@mmcable.com
To: William F Bishop wbishop@webchoice.net
Date: Thursday, August 16, 2001 9:55 PM
Subject: Mexico Ledger 08/16

I have no knowledge of him but note a Masonic graveside service will be held
Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Liberty Cemetery for Mr. Harry J. Robison, 75, of
Colo  Sprgs, formerly of Auxvasse.  Our grandfather and great grandfather
probably knew him and his family many years ago.  ...

From: Sue (Armstrong) Wells dw@cpcis.net To: Shirley (Bishop) Keller Hkeller5@aol.com Date: Monday, August 28, 2001 Subject: Robison Information Dear Shirley, ... I actually can add some information on the Robison's. We are related, my sister says thru Grandmother Lail, thats all she knew. Harry J. Robison was close to my sisters age. He had one sister, Nettie Bell Robison Johnson (Bob), still living. She was my brother's age. Parents of Harry and Nettie Bell were Harry and Annie Robison. Harry senior's parents were Ab and Maude Robison. Ab and Maude had 3 sons, Jess, Homer, Harry. I don't know the order of who is older. Sis's information is that Harry and Nettie Bell attended school at Hazel Dell School for a while. She couldn't remember where they had lived in the Shamrock area. They moved to Colorado for a few years and moved back to Auxvasse in the early 40's. At that time we shared a house with them on the South end of Main St. This was during World War Two and because of teacher shortage Mom taught school so we lived in Auxvasse during the week and went back to Shamrock on weekends. I was in the third grade. Ab and Maude lived in the little house just next to my Grandmother Lail's house, just down the road from the general store. Homer, nick name Sport, had three children, Hattie Bell, Ruby Fae and Frankie. I remember Hattie Bell and Ruby Fay but not Frankie. ... Sue