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Re: PRISONERS AT FORT WILLIAM HENRY, 1757
Posted by: Teresa Brown(Fletcher) (ID *****7340) Date: March 24, 2003 at 11:12:52
In Reply to: Re: PRISONERS AT FORT WILLIAM HENRY, 1757 by James J. Downey of 182

This really doesn't have much to do with your topic, but I am looking for info on my gg-grandmothers family. Her maiden name was Robins,born 1775 in South Hampton,they were burnt out and moved to Golden Valley,then Pike Bay. Sisters: Carry,Almeta,Mae,Kate,Clara,Sayborn&Annie.Brothers;Ely,Myles,Jack,Tom&Norm. Her mothers maiden name was Catherine Isabelle Parker,lived to the age of 95,her dad was John Kurk Robins,96yrs. Her grandparents name was Walker, her grandma lived to be 101 and had her picture taken at that age. Her grandpa was in a war for 7 years. This was all told to my mother shortly before my great-grandmother died. I would really like to find out more about any or all of them if possible.Thank you. Teresa


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