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Foulke - Haas - Robbins - Worthen Families
James H Mollenkopf
Elizabeth "Lizzie" May Robbins ID0073
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|Abt 1860||James Born - Indiana - S4, S5, S6,|
|28 Feb 1882||Elizabeth Born - Hamilton County, Indiana - S2, S3, S4, S5, S6,|
|1900||US Census - Living with Parents - Washington Township, Hamilton County, Indiana - S3,|
|1910||US Census - James and Elizabeth - Lawrence Township, Marion County, Indiana - S4,|
|16 Feb 1910||James and Elizabeth Married - Castleton, Marion County, Indiana - S2, S6, S11, S15, S16,|
|1920||US Census - James and Elizabeth - Delaware Township, Hamilton County, Indiana - S5,|
|1930||US Census - James and Elizabeth - Delaware Township, Hamilton County, Indiana - S6,|
|25 Feb 1937||James Dies - Fishers,
Hamilton County, Indiana -
Death Certificate -
Buried: Oaklandon Cemetery - S12, S13, Find a Grave Page -
|aft Feb 1937||Residence - Elizabeth - Fishers, Hamilton County, Indiana - S7, S8,|
|16 Apr 1940||U.S. Census - Elizabeth - Fishers, Hamilton County, Indiana - S14,|
|22 Nov 1961||Elizabeth Dies
- Hamilton County, Indiana - Death Certificate,
Buried: Oaklandon Cemetery - S2, S9, S13, Find a Grave Page -
|Postcards sent and Received - Link - See: Index/Robbins, Lizzie|
|Biography - S1,|
|Player Piano - S8, S10,|
|Membership - James - Oaklandon IOOF - S12,|
|James - Parking his car - S8,|
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|S1||Interview - Living Robbins
ID0005. Interview 29 Sept 2005. Interviewed by his son, Living
Robbins, ID0001 - Acc001067
Extract: Married a guy much older than her - they didn't have any kids - he was a real nice guy -- He had a farm where the Geist reservoir is now -- They were both real nice -- The kids always liked going there to visit - they didn't get to go too much - they would go there and to the Ross' and that was about it. -- His family would also go to see Arthur and his wife too, but mostly Arthur would come to see them - he had a new car
|S2||Family Group Sheets for the descendants of Isaac Robbins ID0069. Created by Myron Foulke Robbins, Sr. ID0016, about 1980. Acc000671||Doc0238.pdf|
|S3||1900 US Census. Washington
Township, Hamilton County, Indiana. SD 9, ED 92. Dwelling 220, Family
225, Sheet 9B, Line 96, and Sheet 10A, Line 1 & 2 , Isaac Robbins
Household. Original Data: NARA, T623, roll 375.
www.ancestry.com , accessed 12 Nov
2006. Acc000643/ Ph7821-001, 002.jpg
[Sheet 9B, Line 96] -
1] Isaac Robbins: Head of household - 55 yr old white male, born Sept 1844, married for 27 yrs - he and his parents born in North Carolina - Farmer, Can read and speak English but cannot write - Rented farm.
2] Kisiah Robbins: Wife of head - 48 yr old white female, born Feb 1852, married for 27 years, mother of 4 children who are all living - She and her mother born in Indiana, her father in North Carolina, no occupation, can read, write and speak English.
3] Christopher Robbins: Son of head - 26 yr old white male, born Apr 1874, single - he and his mother born in Indiana, father in North Carolina - Occupation: Farm laborer - able to read, write and speak English.
4] Oscar Robbins: son of head - 24 yr old white male, born Feb 1876, single - he and his mother born in Indiana, father in North Carolina. - Occupation: farm laborer - able to read, write and speak English.
5] William Robbins: son of head - 21 yr old white male, born May 1879, single - he and his mother born in Indiana, father in North Carolina - Occupation: Farm Laborer, able to read, write and speak English.
6] Lizzie Robbins: Daughter of head - 18 yr old white female, born Feb 1882, single - she and mother born in Indiana, father in North Carolina - able to read, write and speak English.
7] Delilia Tomlinson: Mother-in-law of head - 74 yr old white female, born March 1826, widow - mother of 11 children, 4 are living - born in Indiana, father in North Carolina and mother in Ohio. Able to read, write and speak English
|S4||1910 Federal Census, Lawrence
Township, Marion County, Indiana. SD 7, ED 9, Sheet 4B, Dwelling
106, Family 107, Line 79, James H Mollenkopf. Original Data: NARA,
T624, Roll 365, Image 1155.
www.ancestry.com , accessed 25 Sept 2010. Acc001547
|S5||1920 US Census. Delaware
Township, Hamilton County, Indiana. SD 9, ED 95, Sheet 2B, Dwelling
55, Family 56, Line 93, James R Mollenkopf Household. Original Data:
NARA, T625, roll 435, Image 934. www.ancestry.com , accessed 14 Dec
2006. Acc000774/ Ph8400.jpg
|S6||1930 U.S. Census:
Delaware Township, Hamilton County, Indiana. SD6, ED 8, page 8A,
Dwelling & Family 205, Line 11, James H Mollenkopf. Original Data:
NARA, T626, Roll 590, Image 790.0.
www.ancestry.com , accessed 14 Dec 2006. Acc000773/ Ph8395.jpg
|S7||Interview, Living Robbins,
ID0005, 23 Jan 2007 by Living Robbins ID0001
Extract: Sometime after her husband Jim died  she sold the farm and bought 2 houses in Fishers, IN. The houses were next to each other. She lived in one and rented the other one
|S8||Interview, Living Robbins,
ID0005, 12 Dec 2006 by Living Robbins ID0001
Extract: Stated that when Lizzie's husband, James died she sold the farm and moved to Fishers and bought 2 houses. She lived in one of them and rented out the other one. She then sold the 2 houses and lived in the Odd Fellows Lodge in Indianapolis on Columbus Ave and kept house for them
Extract: Stated that the kids liked to visit with Lizzy and James because they were such nice people - Jim was especially nice to the kids. They had a player piano and let the kids play it when they were over
Extract: Dad stated that James and Lizzie got a new car and instead of it having 3 pedals it had 2 pedals and a gear shift and James was not able to get it to stop where he wanted it to. HE would open the doors on either end of his corn crib and drive his car around in circles through the corn crib trying to get it stopped inside the corn crib but was rarely successful. Usually Lizzie had to park it for him
|S9||Personal Knowledge - I was a pallbearer at her funeral and remember going to the Oaklandon Cemetery|
|S10||Interview, Living Robbins,
ID0005 18 Jan 2007 by Living Robbins ID0001
Extract: Very nice man. Liked the kids and would let them do pretty much what they wanted while visiting. They had a player piano that he let them play with. Jim had bought a new car with a transmission and a brake. He never managed to master the stopping part. He would open both doors on the granary and attempt to stop the car in the center of the building. He kept driving through the building but was never able to get the car stopped inside the building. It was mostly Lizzie that did the driving
|S11||Book, Index to Marriage Records
Hamilton Co [Indiana] 1900-1920, vol 3. Hamilton County Clerk
office, Book 13, page 209. Repository: Hamilton East Public Library
Extract: Part 2, page 99: Robbins, Lizie M James Mollenkoph 16 Feb 1910
|S12||Obituary, "2 Well Known men
gone to Their Reward: Funeral Rites for J H Mollenkopf at Fishers
Saturday Afternoon." Noblesville Daily Ledger - 26 Feb 1937.
2 WELL KNOWN MEN GONE TO THEIR REWARD
Funeral Rites For J. H. Mollenkopf at Fishers Saturday afternoon
DIED SUDDENLY AT HIS HOME
James H. Mollenkopf, 77 years of age, and a resident of the southern part of the county many years, died suddenly at his home two miles southeast of Fishers, Thursday night. While he had not been in good health for some time, he was up and around, Thursday, and felt as well as usual. Shortly after supper he fell over and passed away in a short time.
The services will be held at one o'clock Saturday in the M.E.
Church at Fishers with Rev. Conway, pastor in charge, and interment
will take place in the Odd Fellows cemetery at Oaklandon. He was a
member of the
There are no children but Mr. Mollenkopf is survived by the widow, a brother, Thomas E. Mollenkopf, and the following sisters: Mrs. Mary Rice, of Indianapolis; Mrs. Joyce VanLaughen of Frankfort, and Mrs. Belle McGhehey, of Castleton.
|S13||Map: Oaklandon Cemetery, Oaklandon, Marion County, Indiana. Acquired 2011 - shows lot location for James & Lizzie Robbins Mollenkopf. Old Section 6, Lot 183W, GS 5, 6. Acc001875/Ph8974A,B.jpg||
|S14||1940 U.S. Census: Fisher
Station, Delaware Township, Hamilton County, Indiana. SD 6, ED 29-7,
Sheet 1A, Line 36, visit 12, Lizzie M Molenkopf Household. Original
Data: NARA, T627_1050.
www.familysearch.org , accessed 25 July 2012.
|S15||Database Online: "Indiana,
Marriages, 1811-1959," index and images, FamilySearch (
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VXP5-BMD : accessed
10 Oct 2013), James H Mollenkopf and Lizzie May Robbins, Original
Data: Hamilton County, Indiana, poge 304. Acc002988
From Database: (No
|S16||Database Online: "Indiana,
Marriages, 1811-1959," index and images, FamilySearch (
accessed 10 Oct 2013), James H Mollenkoph and Lizzie M Robbins,
1910. Original Data: Hamilton County, Indiana, page 29. Acc002989
From Database: (No Image)
|S17||"Indiana, Death Certificates,
1899-2011" [database on-line]. Original Data: Indiana State Board of
Health. Death Certificates, 1900–2011. Microfilm. Indiana Archives
and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana Archives
and Records Administration. www.ancestry.com, accessed , 28 July
2016. Lizzie Mae Mollenkopf, 22 Nov 1961. Indianapolis, Indiana.
Indiana State Board of Health/ Medical Certificate of Death
Local No. 5685 - State No. 61-038807
Place of Death: 1429 Carrollton, New View Nursing Home, Indianapolis, Marion County
Name: Lizzie Mae Mollenkopf, white, female, widowed
Date of Death: 22 Nov 1961, 730 am - Age: 79y 7m 24d
Date of Birth: 28 Feb 1882, Indiana
Father: Isaac Robbins
Mother: Kezziah Tomlinson
Informant: Mrs. Ralph A. Burt, Niece, 2012 Arbor View, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Cause of Death: Cerebral Hemmorhage due to Arteriosclerosis
Burial: 25 Nov 1961 - IOOF, Oaklandon, Indiana
Funeral Director: Evans-Godby-Trout, Noblesville, Indiana
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James - Lizzie
Isaac Robbins Family
Oscar ID0014 - William ID0072 - Lizzie ID0073 -
Keziah ID0070 - Isaac ID0069
Before July 1900
|Oscar, Grace, Lizzie
23 June abt 1950
taken 30 July 1930
[on back of print: "This was taken July 30-55.
Put it up to keep the crows away Ha ha - Aunt Lizzie"]
(Sent to Ina)