Glad to know that you have wrestled with the Robinsons
of Fairfield County. I have now been a genealogist for
42 of my 69 years and I know of no other family that can
be as frustrating. There are far too many Johns, Williams,
Alexanders, and Samuels stretched over about four generations in that area. I do descend from John
who married Sarah Paul likely in the early 1780's. On my
best days I think that among their children were my
ancestor, William Paul Robinson, and likely Archibald H.
Robinson, John E. Robinson, Samuel C. Robinson, and
Margaret B. Robinson who married her first cousin,
Moses Howard Robinson. And I think John E. Robinson
married also his first cousin, Elizabeth Younge Robinson.
In both cases I should have said double first cousins
since William Robinson, likely brother of John, was married
to Martha Paul, sister of Sarah.
Which they had all left wills. To have the deeds is
very little help since they used the same names over and
over. My William Paul Robinson and his brother(?),
Samuel C. Robinson moved to Henry Co., GA in the late
1820's. Sounds like their Uncle Adam moved to Gwinnett
about the same time. Could you give me his dates and
a list of his children? I would like any other words of
wisdom you can give on this family. Thanks, R. L.
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