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Re: A.T MAIL, Coal Dealer, 1920's-1940's Robinson, IL
Posted by: Rosetta Davis Janes (ID *****2061) Date: February 23, 2006 at 09:00:27
In Reply to: A.T MAIL, Coal Dealer, 1920's-1940's Robinson, IL by Kathy Cox of 622

My grandparents lived in Robinson along the RXR and got thier coal from the train they lived next door to the little grocery store of the Elliotts my grand dad Henry BAldwin had his blacksmith shop right next to Elliotts.and down the road from the oil refinery ,They lived on the corners of Water and JAckson streets. He lived ther with his first wife Alma? and had a son Darius who died in 1980 and Henry married my dad`s mom Nora Ellen Crozier,Davis may 1946 and she also lived there,Henry died in jan 1968 Gramma died aug. 1968.


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