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|William B. Robbins ID0072|
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Isaac Robbins Family
Oscar ID0014 - William ID0072
Keziah ID0070 - Isaac ID0069
Before July 1900
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|25 May 1879||William Born - Hamilton County, Indiana - S1, S2, S3, S4,|
|1880||1880 US Census - Adams Township, Hamilton County, Indiana - S1,|
|1900||1900 US Census - Washington Township, Hamilton County, Indiana - S2,|
|1900||Occupation - Farm Laborer - Washington Township, Hamilton County, Indiana - S2,|
|23 July 1900||William Dies - Binder Accident - Washington Township, Hamilton County, Indiana - Buried Chester Friends Cemetery - S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, S11, S12, S13,|
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|S1||1880 U. S. Census: Adams
Township, Hamilton County, Indiana. SD3, ED36, Page 48, Dwelling
396, Family 400, Line 14, Isac Robbins. Original Data: NARA, T9,
Roll 281; Family History Film 1254281, page 350.4000.
www.ancestry.com , accessed 12
Nov 2006. Acc000641/Ph9225.jpg
|S2||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
|S3||Database On-line, "Family Data
Collection - Births". William B Robbins.
www.ancestry.com , accessed 1
April 2007. Acc000893
|S4||Family Group Sheets for the descendants of Isaac Robbins ID0069. Created by Myron Foulke Robbins, Sr ID0016, about 1980. Acc000671, page 1||Doc0238.pdf|
|S5||Interview, Living Robbins ID0005, 23 Jan 2007. Conducted by son Living Robbins ID0001. Acc000856.|
Robbins. Noblesville Daily Ledger - (Noblesville, Hamilton County,
Indiana), 27 July 1900, page 1. Acc000883/ Doc1949.pdf
|S7||Database On-line, "Indiana
Deaths, 1882-1920" William B Robbins, 23 July 1900. Original Data:
Works Projects Administration, Indiana, c 1938-1941. City Health
Office, Cicero, Book H-3, page 12.
www.ancestry.com , accessed 1 April 2007. Acc000892
|S8||Book, Index to Death Record
Hamilton County [Indiana] 1882-1920, Vol 1 A-Z. Cicero Health Dept,
Cicero, Book H-3, page 12. Repository: Hamilton East Public Library,
Extract: Robbins, William B - Male White, 21 yrs of age - Date of Death: July 23, 1900 - Place of death: Washington Twp
|S9||Interview - Living Robbins
ID0005. Interview 29 Sept 2005. Interviewed by his son, Living
Robbins ID0001 - Acc001067
Extract: A binder cut him in half - there were 3 horses hooked to the binder and one of them was real wild - they were trying to hold them down and dad didn't know for sure what happened - whether he slipped or fall or what -- They were cutting wheat or oats and he fell down and the binder ran over him and cut him almost in half. -- A binder had a cutting blade on it much like a sickle mower -- The wheels is what made the binder work - the reason for the three horses -- Grandpa Robbins felt that the accident was partly his fault because he was driving the horses -- They got a board and laid William on it so he could lay flat and keep him together -- William never got married or had any kids]
|S10||Tombstone Inscription -
"Robbins" (Back of Headstone)
Cemetery: Chester Friends Cemetery, Hamilton County, Indiana
|S11||Book - Evans, Nellie E,
compiler. Hamilton County Cemeteries, Vol 1. Sheridan,
Indiana: Nellie E Evans, nd
Extract: "Robbins, William - s of L, K. b 1878 - d 1900".]
|S12||Chester Cemetery Listing. Hamilton East Public Library/Family History Vertical Files/Hiatt, Tomlinson, Robbins, Row 12, Stone 8|
|S13||Web Page: Tombstone Images, Information -||Find a Grave Page|
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