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Source: page photocopied from DAR Magazine (date unknown) that began, "Copied from Bible belonging to Mr. Claudius Robertson, Williamston, NC. Given by H.L. Robertson through the John Alexander Chapter of Alexandria, Virginia. Bible was printed for Matthew Cary, No. 118 Market St., Philadelphia and dated 10-27-1802."
birth & death unknown
? Charlotte Reeves?
1791-Noe (probably Noah)
Henry Robeson & wife
of Martin Co. NC
maternal aunts & uncles:
paternal aunts & uncles:
Cloanna born 5-6-1769 by Robeson family Bible.
Luke born 5-26-1772 by Robeson family Bible.
Mary born 10-3-1773 by Robeson family Bible. Married James Hardison (son of Richard and Rebecca Hardison, and had 8 kids, including Delilah)
Henry born 2-12-1775 by Robeson family Bible. Wife Martha because Bible lists 10-4-1811 death of James Robeson, son of Henry and Martha.
John born 12-8-1777. For his info click here: John Robeson.
Martha Robeson born 2-3-1780 by Robeson family Bible.
Millie Robeson born 6-2-1784 by Robeson family Bible. Married 2-19-1804 to Henry Wollard, son of David Wollard and Millie. They had son Noah Wollard in November, 1805.
Anna Robeson born 11-3-1786 by Robeson family Bible.
Harmon Robeson born 5-21-1789 by Robeson family Bible. Wife Elizabeth. Children: 2-25-1815 Sally Ann; 11-6-1816 David (married Sarahan Eason 6-25-1839, had son Reuben Thomas 9-17-1840. David died 2-17-1880); 4-29-1839 Harmon Thomas (note that age gap, also found death of Harmon T. Roberson listed in the Coltrain family Bible as 9-20-1915).
Noe (Noah) Robeson born 12-24-1791 by Robeson family Bible. Married Louisa 12-28-1815. Children: 10-1-1816 Gabriel; 2-25-1819 Eliza; 11-23-1821 James; 11-11-1824 Eli H.; 9-22-18(27)- Mary Ann; 5-18-1833 Henry. ("Killed by Lightning: We are called upon to record the death by lightning of Noah Robason and Thomas Cook. During the rain of Friday they, in company with six other persons, were seated in the piazza of a dwelling some 12 miles in the country, when the lightning struck a corner post, instantly causing the death of the above-named gentleman, and stunning two others."--from the Democratic Banner newspaper published in Williamston, NC 8-7-1856 contributed to USGenweb archives by E. Ross <email@example.com> Nov. 1998 USGENWEB NOTICE: In keeping with our policy of providing free information on the Internet, data may be used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains on all copied materials. These electronic pages may NOT be reproduced in any format for profit of for presentation by other persons or organizations.)