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John Edgar Robinson/Robison & Callie Unknown
Posted by: Mona Mills (ID *****7856) Date: October 03, 2006 at 06:36:41
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I am looking for any information on Edgar Robinson (also spelled Robison) and his wife Callie. They lived in Armstrong County from around 1920 forward where Edgar was a farmer. Edgar and his brothers Hiter and Elmer moved to around Claude, Texas from Itasca before 1920. They were born in Itawamba County, Mississippi and left there for Texas with their parents, William W. Robinson and Susan Jane Evans. Below is all the information I have on Edgar and his wife. Please add or make corrections. Thanks, Mona Mills.

........2 John Edgar Robinson b Dec 24 1885 Itawamba Co MS d Unknown in prob. TX Burial: Unknown
+Callie Unknown b abt 1905 TX m abt 1929 TX d Unknown Burial: Unknown Parents: Unknown

Living with parents in 1910 census, Hill County, Texas

1920 Census, Armstrong County, Texas
John E. Robison 34 MS AL MS farmer
Elmer 32, brother, MS AL MS farmer

1930 Census, Armstrong County, Texas
Edd Robison 44 MS MS MS Married at age 43, farmer
Callie 25 TX TX TX Married at age 25
Paul Burris 23 TX Servant
Ed Reed 45 TX Servant

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Record
John Edgar Robison
Address: Claude, Armstrong County, Texas
DOB: Dec 24 1885
Occupation: farmer, self-employed
Nearest relative: W. W. Robison, Itasca, Hill County, Texas
Physical description: Medium height, slender build, blue eyes, brown hair


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