Five pioneer Robinson families in Guernsey County, Ohio

a genealogical study of the families of: Samuel Robinson, Henry Robinson, William Robinson, James Robinson, Mary (Robinson) Thompson.
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StatementCompiled by Milford E. Barnes, Mary E. (Robinson) Barnes [and] Ross A. Robinson.
ContributionsBarnes, Mary Emma (Robinson) 1881- joint author., Robinson, Ross A., 1893- joint author.
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LC ClassificationsCS71.R66 1965
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Pagination50 l.
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Barnes. D., Mary E. (Robinson) Barnes, Ross A. Robinson PART II: SECTION 7: Page John Robinson's sons Note: The Robinson men were exceptionally tall, being known Ohio book the tallest men in the County.

The three sons last named (John S. Col. C.P.B. Sarchet describes this moment in his family history in the book “History of Guernsey County, Ohio.” They were rejoiced to see the sun shining once more. Now, amid the sunshine, the women began to wash their soiled clothing.

If there was any one thing that a Guernsey Woman despised more than another it was dirt. Similar Items. Pioneer land grants of Guernsey County Author: Conner, E. Margaret Masters Published: () ; Genealogical notes and letters regarding the descendants of Nicholas O'Connor: also a list of several O'Connors in Philadelphia, Pa.

and surrounding counties. Ross A Robinson co-authored, along with Milford E. Barnes. wife, Mary E.(Robinson)Barnes, the book Five Pioneer Robinson Families In Guernsey County, Ohio.

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Ross did extensive research into the old church records for a number of years and was instrumental in untangling the Robinson families and locating their. Five pioneer Robinson families in Guernsey County, Ohio;: A genealogical study of the families of: Samuel Robinson, Henry Robinson, William Robinson, James Robinson, Mary (Robinson) Thompson by Milford Edwin Barnes | 1 Jan Books to Borrow.

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Compiled by E. Margaret Masters Conner and Robert Monroe Conner. Samuel Robinson moved from Washington County, Pennsylvania to Guernsey County, Ohio during or before ; descendants believe he was not related to the other four families. Descendants and relatives of the five Robinson families lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois Illinois, Iowa, New York, New Jersey and elsewhere.

Guernsey County OH Histories and Genealogies. USA (1,) > Ohio (47,) > Guernsey County () > Guernsey County Histories and Genealogies (31). USA (1,) > Ohio (47,) > Ohio Histories and Genealogies (3,) > Guernsey County Histories and Genealogies (31). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level.

Statewide collections are found on the Ohio. Five pioneer Robinson families in Guernsey County, Ohio: a genealogical study of the families of Samuel Robinson, Henry Robinson, William Robinson, James Robinson, of John Hugh and Ida (Ross) Robimon.

Born January 5, (twin of Ida Wilda). Married Freda Warne. In researching families on this trace for my book on the Four Mile Church, I recognized that the Brethren used this as a major path from Virginia to Ohio.

-I had frequently asked myself a question about the route of the Dunkers in Virginia to Ohio and the West, since I had early found that most of them did not use Daniel Boone's Wilderness Road.

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ATLASES Guernsey County VITAL RECORDS Marriage Records Death Records Will and Estate Records GENEALOGIES Over Different Families. CEMETERY RECORDS Pioneer. Hartford and Ohio County enjoyed this midway point between the years of and The most conservative families had acquired all the comforts and conveniences of life, not knowing or caring for its luxuries and fashionable fooleries.

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It had etched glass knobs five inches in diameter to hold back the bottoms of the window curtains. pioneer Families of Guernsey County, Ohio, Families named in the above named books are: Stewart, Stone, Finley, Beymer, Snyder, Lemmas, Franklin, Danford, Cochrane, Capel, Weems, Findlay and many others.

The Northwest Ordinance of provided for the creation of as many as five states in the northwest portion of the Ohio Valley on lines originally laid out in by Thomas Jefferson.

Known as the Northwest Territory, the new federal lands were east of the Mississippi, and between the Ohio River to the south and the Great Lakes to the north.

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The ordinance defined the boundaries of the states Author: Patrick William Dunn. Page 65 - There shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in the said territory, otherwise than in the punishment of crimes, whereof the party shall have been duly convicted: Provided always, That any person escaping into the same, from whom labor or service is lawfully claimed in any one of the original States, such fugitive may be lawfully reclaimed, and conveyed to the person.

An informative and historical overview of Noble County, Ohio with the full L. Watkins & Co., The History of Noble County, Ohio book including biographies for families.

An important resource for the study and research of Noble County, Ohio history (including Civil War history) and genealogy. (Captain Samuel 4 Aaron 3 Albert 2 Sergeant Hugh 1), was born in Fayette County, from which, after marriage, he, in company with a group of young neighbors, emigrated by wagon train through Wheeling, West Virginia and settled near Senecaville, Guernsey County, Ohio.

He married Mary McCreary (borndied ), daughter of John and Hilda. History of Morgan County, Ohio, with Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Pioneers and Prominent Men American County Histories - OH only County and regional histories of the "Old Northwest.": Ohio Issue of County histories of the "Old Northwest".

Series II: Ohio. Reel Author: Charles Robertson: ContributorReviews: 1. From the book of-Stories of Guernsey County by William Wolfe Page Chapter 1.

Indian and Pioneer Days. The Mound Builders. THE Mound Builders may not have been the first inhabitants of Ohio, as there is evidence that a people lived here before the Glacial Age.Family of Hannah Zink and John H.

Robinson (Source: Family Ties) Granville, OH High School Girls Basketball Team includes Miss Martha Robinson (Source: Family Old Photos) Granville, OH High School Class of includes Eugene Robinson and Howard Robinson (Source: Family Old Photos) Granville, OH High School Class of includes Gerald.History.

North Robinson was laid out in It was named for the Robinson family of pioneer settlers. Geography. North Robinson is located at (, According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of square miles ( km 2), all land.

DemographicsCounty: Crawford.