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Parents Isaac Robbins and Keziah Tomlinson    - MRM Page -
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Isaac Robbins Family
Oscar ID0014 - William ID0072
Lizzie ID0073
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

Extract:
1] Isaac Robbins: Head of household - 35 yr old white male, married, Farmer - he and his parents born in North Carolina.
2] Kesiah Robbins: 29 yr old white female, married, Keeping House - She and her mother born in Indiana and her father in North Carolina.
3] Christopher C Robbins: 6 yr old white male, son, single - he and his mother born in Indiana, his father in North Carolina.
4] Oscar C Robbins: 4 yr old white male, son, single, he and his mother born in Indiana, his father in North Carolina.
5] William B Robbins: 1 yr old white male, son, single, he and his mother born in Indiana, his father in North Carolina  

 
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

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[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.
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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 

Extract:
Name: William B Robbins
Father: Isaac Robbins
Birth Date: 8 May 1879
County: Hamilton
State: IN
Country: USA

 
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.  
S6 Obituary, William Robbins. Noblesville Daily Ledger - (Noblesville, Hamilton County, Indiana), 27 July 1900, page 1. Acc000883/ Doc1949.pdf

Extract:
TERRIBLY MANGLED - William Robbins, Living Near Horton, Meets a Horrible Death - William Robbins, a farmer living near Hortonville, was killed in the harvest field on the farm of the Hon. Thomas J. Lindley, by being caught in a binder while cutting oats, Monday afternoon. He was stooping over the binder attempting to make some repairs on the machine, when the horses started, throwing him directly in front of the sickle bar. One leg and one arm were cut off before he was rescued from his awful position. He died while being conveyed to his home. A widow and five children survive him - [Note: He was never married and had no children - obit misprint, other info correct]

 
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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

Extract:
Name: William B Robbins
Date: 23 July 1900
Location: Washington Township
Age 21 yr
Gender: Male
Race: White

 
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, Noblesville, Indiana 
 
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

URL Chester Friends Cemetery/William


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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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