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Re: Robbins in Cortland Rural Cem.?
Posted by: Stephanie Phillips (ID *****9674) Date: June 01, 2003 at 09:11:33
In Reply to: Re: Robbins in Cortland Rural Cem.? by Steve Eichler of 641

Yes they *are* hard to find. I am a Robbins, Helen Belle Robbins (Born: Helen Belle Fuller) but however they never called her Helen, it was always Belle. To be totally honest, we're not even sure her first name *was* Helen because she always went by Belle. We hit a stop though because we couldnt find her death certificate. its not in the Truxton, Duryder nor Cortland. Apparently, the Truxton registry burnt down in the 1800s, and thats why they're so hard to find. We havent tried Ithaca yet so maybe you could look there for information.
Email me back and I can give you any Robbins information I do have.


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