I don't believe that Mary was a sister to Levi and Thomas. There was no Mary listed on the Robbins record, which I mentioned in my previous post. Of course, since she was probably deceased by then, she might not have been mentioned, if she had no heirs. But there was no extra female listed with Michael and his family on the 1820 census. All who were listed could be accounted for by the ages of the children on later censuses.
Since Samuel remarried in Oct 1831, not quite two years and three months after he had married Mary, she must have died. His first wife is believed to have died giving birth to a daughter named Sarah. Perhaps Mary died giving birth also, with the baby dying as well.
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