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Robinson in Lubec info sought
Posted by: Kari Nichols (ID *****1965) Date: September 08, 2004 at 18:35:16
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I am trying to trace documentation for the following family of my great grandfather Davenport Robinson:

Joseph Robinson and Sarah (Sally) Ramsdell had the following children:
Hannah born 2 Jan 1810 wed Winkworth Allan Sept 1828
John R. born 29 Sep 1811 wed two or three times
Mary born 7 Nov 1813 wed Allen Whalen Nov 1833
Joseph born 13 Dec 1814 wed Elizabeth Tripp Oct 1840
Harriet born 25 Mar 1817 probably died young
Fanny born 10 May 1820 probably died young
Rebecca born 28 May 1822 died 17 Jul 1822
Davenport Tucker born 4 Aug 1828 died 15 Jan 1904 in Baltimore, Maryland, wed Eleanora Burneston 20 May 1851
Sanford Hugh born 26 Dec 1831 died 23 Aug 1894 wed twice
There may also have been a son Isaac born 31 Mar 1826- only the father's name Joseph Robertson is listed.

After Sarah Ramsdell died in 1834 as I recall, Joseph married her sister Frances (Fanny) Ramsdell Clark. They had 4 children:
Andrew Bradford born 30 Oct 1834 died 6 Nov 1907 wed Ruth Melissa case
Phebe Melissa born 3 May 1838 (twin)
Sophronia Belinda born 3 May 1838 wed James P Davis
Marian P. born 19 April 1841 wed Peter Trefry May 1867

Of primary interest would be the heritage of the patriarch Joseph Robinson, and then forward to how long Davenport was in Maine - can't find him until he shows up in the 1870 Census in Baltimore, MD with wife (born in MD) and young family.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!

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