MR. ROBINSON, our subject, continued to resided on his father's farm for three years after his marriage, when he settled on the place which is yet occupied by his family. He was a successful businessman as well as a worthy citizen, and at the time of his death he owned about 700 acres of Tippecanoe County's best soil. In politics he was a Republican. He was a consistent member of the Methodist Episcopal church, and was highly esteemed by all who knew him. He died January 6, 1872, aged about fifty-two years. He left a widow and thirteen children, and three children had died before him. Eight of the sixteen children born to MR. and MRS. ROBINSON are deceased: REUBEN, HARRIET, MARY, MATILDA, ARVILLA, MARTHA ELLEN, JAMES and CAROLINE, all but the last two reaching maturity. The names of those yet living are: WILLIAM, SALINA, JOHN, JESSE W., IDA D., LUELLA and LUALLA (twins), and GEORGE F. MRS. ROBINSON and her family have a beautiful home, where they are surrounded by all the comforts of life.
Biographical Record and Portrait Album of Tippecanoe County, Indiana,
Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, 1888.
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