Thank you so much for this detailed information. You've definitely given me some clues to track down, but some of it still remains a puzzle.
Thinking out loud:
George Robinson Jr, whose will names Morris as a grandson, was born Feb 1826. He married Mary Sullinger 6/18/1846. Mary died 3/26/1847 and on 3/28/1850, he married Catherine Ward. Their seven children were born 1854 -1873.
If Abraham Champion's mother was Sarah Robinson, then his father would be George CHAMPION. It might be possible that Sarah Robinson was George Robinson's sister, but that would make Morris a grand-nephew, not a grand-son.
Another possibility is that George Robinson's daughter SIERIA Robinson (could have been mistaken for "Sarah") was married to a Prettyman who died prior to her marriage to Charles F. March; I don't have a date for that marriage but it was before 1900. According to the 1900, 1910, and 1920 censuses, Sieria and Charles had no children. You would think that Morris Prettyman would have lived with his mother and appear with her in the censuses. In fact, Morris only appears in the 1920 and 1930 censuses as an adult.
This will require some research. I'll post a follow up when I figure it out.
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