Robison Family

This information concerns eight generations of the Robison family.
1700-2000

 • Individuals are listed chronologically, and those in red show my line of descent.
 • Connections of collateral lines to main lines are indicated by linked names.
 • Generations within a family are separated by a series of asterisks; the line of descent is marked by underlined names.
 • Unknown or unsubstantiated data are marked with blanks or with question marks.
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CAVEAT: Apart from census data, this information has not been confirmed entirely by my personal research, and mistakes are likely present, so use at your discretion.

   Samuel
  "Major"
born: (about 1734) in Scotland
married: _?_ (before 1760) in Scotland
children: Elizabeth, Mary, John, Walter,
Samuel
died: ( ) He and his wife died on the Atlantic passage to America.
buried: at sea (?)
census:
note: Family tradition says that the orphaned children were taken in by different families once they reached America. Samuel was taken in by chief Neill McNeill and later married his daughter Mary. A passenger list for the Ulysses, dated August 1774 and bound from Greenock, Scotland, to Wilmington, North Carolina, includes the following family: McNEIL, Neil, 64, farmer, and wife SIMPSON, Isobel, 64, and children Daniel, 28, Hector, 24, Peter, 22, Neil, 18, William, 15, and Mary, 9, from Kintyre. No passenger list showing the Robison family has been discovered.

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   Elizabeth
(children of "Major" Samuel Robison and __?__)
born: (about 1760) in Scotland
married: _?_ Evans ( ) in
children:
died: ( ) in
buried:
census: An Elizabeth Evans, over age 45, appears on the 1820 census in Baldwin County, GA, with a male age 16-15, a female 10-16, and a female 16-26.
note: Family tradition relates that Elizabeth Robison Evans later encountered her nephew Samuel in Georgia, possibly in Milledgeville, Baldwin County. Researcher Ruth Evans Ward wrote in an e-mail (2002) that Elizabeth might have been in AL as a girl.
caveat:
   Mary born: (about 1762) in Scotland
married: ( ) in
children:
died: ( ) in
buried:
census:
note:
   John born: (about 1764) in Scotland
married: ( ) in
children:
died: ( ) in
buried:
census:
note:
   Samuel
  "Colonel"
born: (about 1765) in Scotland
married: (a) Mary McNeill (about 1787/88) in GA
               (b) Nancy _?_ (about 1814) in Washington County, GA (?)
children: (a) Elizabeth Cornelia Simpson [George R. Sessions], John Gallimore, Samuel, Lewellen M., Sarah [Thomas Hardyman] [Francis A. Dawkins], Alexander Irvin, James M., William H., Winfield Wright,
Neill
               (b) Thomas R. [Sarah Ann Orr Howard], Martha Ann [James R. Pickett], Walter, Robert Coleman [Martha Hardwick Jones], Amanda Blount [Bennett Bissell Fields], Joseph R. [Lucy Ann Cochran Winburn], Algernon Sydney [Martha Jane McNeill]
died: (February 12, 1826) in Washington County, GA
buried: ( )
census: On the 1790 reconstructed census, Samuel Robertson [sic] is included from the list of Justices of the Inferior Court (1792-1793) in Washington County, GA; on the 1793 muster roll of Captain Irwin's Company in the Georgia Militia, he was in Washington County, GA; on the 1810 Georgia Headright list , Samuel Robison was granted 165 acres on the Sandhill Creek watercourse in Washington County, GA; on the 1820 census, he was (over age 45) in Washington County, GA; on the 1830 census, his widow Nancy was (age 30-40) in Washington County, GA; on the 1840 census, she was (age 50-60) with her second husband George Turner in Warren County, GA; on the 1850 census, she was (age 50) in Barbour County, AL
note: He served in War of 1812; obituary in Georgia Journal dated February 21, 1826; will dated February 9, 1826, and probated November 30, 1833, in Jefferson County, FL. His widow Nancy married (November 17, 1837) George Turner in Stewart County, GA. In a letter dated March 5, 1837, Samuel Jr wrote to his brother John Gallimore that their stepmother Nancy moved from Washington County, Ga, to Stewart County, GA, and thence to Alabama about 1834.
   Walter born: (about 1766) in Scotland
married: ( ) in
children:
died: ( ) in
buried:
census:
note: A Walter Robison is listed on the 1790 census in Orangeburgh District, South Carolina, as a male over age 16, with five males under age 16, four females, and ten slaves. He would be age 24 if this is the brother of Samuel Robison.

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   Elizabeth Cornelia
   Simpson
(children of "Colonel" Samuel Robison and Mary McNeill)

born: (November 27, 1788) in Washington County, GA
married: George R. Sessions (by 1807) in Washington County, GA
children: Wade Hampton [Mary Allen] [Ellen M. McLenden], Frances Elizabeth, Narcissa [Samson Lewis Lamkin], Sarah [William J. Scott], Lewellyn McWilliams [Elizabeth Cornelia Jeffcoat] [Emma Pert], Samuel Robison [Naomi Johnson], Lewis (Lewe) McNeill [Mary _?_] [Sallie Cameron], Abner Mitchell Rutherford [Cornelia A. Terrell] [Margaret _?_], Harriet Matilda [Joseph Lamphlier Dutton Jr], Mary C. Elizabeth [Sylvanus J. Curry], John Shirod, Romeo
died: (January 1,1854) in Leon County, FL
buried:
census: On the 1820 census, she was with her husband in Washington County, GA; on the 1830 and 1840 census, she was with her husband in Jefferson County, FL; on the 1850 census, she was with her husband in Leon County, FL
note: She probated her father's will in Jefferson County, FL, in 1833. An obituary appeared in the Southern Christian Advocate: "Elizabeth C. Simmons (sic), wife of George Sessions, died 1 January 1854, in Leon County, aged 65. She was born in Washington County, Georgia." A few months later, this paper published an obituary showing that George Sessions died February 18, 1854, in Leon County, FL.

   John Gallimore born: (about 1789) in Washington County, GA
married: Frances (Fannie) Sabrina McNeill (about 1808) in Washington County, GA
children: Sabrina Anna [Stephen Townsend], unknown male, Mary McNeill [John Ed. Bryant Morris], Joel Walter [Emily Almedia Alexander]
died: (February 19, 1837) near Warrenton, Fayette County, TX
buried: Texas State Cemetery, Austin, Travis County, TX (removed from Florida Chapel Cemetery, Round Top, Fayette County, TX in 1932)
census: On the 1820 census, he was in Washington County, GA; on the 1830 census, in Jefferson County, FL
note: He started the post office in Monticello, Jefferson County, FL; moved to Brazoria County, TX, in December, 1831; elected to the First Congress of the Republic of Texas on September 5, 1836.
   Samuel
  "General"
born: (about 1792) in Washington County, GA
married: no
children: no, but he was appointed guardian of Lewellen M. Robison's minor children in 1838.
died: (about 1873) in Washington County, GA
buried:
census: On the 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850, 1860, and 1870 census, he was in Washington County, GA;
note: He was a Justice of Inferior Court, Washington County, GA. In a letter dated March 5, 1837, Samuel wrote to his brother John Gallimore in Texas that their stepmother Nancy moved from Washington County, Ga, to Stewart County, GA, and thence to Alabama about 1834.
   Lewellen M. born: (1794) in Washington County, GA
married: (a) Eliza Amelia Madison Coleman (June 24, 1819) in Greene County, GA
               (b) Martha Tarpley (April 3, 1835) in Wilkinson County, GA
children: (a) Ann Eliza, Nathaniel Green, Robert Coleman
               (b) none
died: (April 8, 1838) in Washington County, GA
buried:
census: On the 1820 census, he was (age 16-26) with his wife in Washington County, GA; on the 1850 census, his second spouse was a widow in Talbot County, GA
note: A list of acts passed by the legislature of Georgia, November and December 1831, in the Macon Telegraph on December 31, 1831, includes "To separate and divorce Lewellen M. Robison and Amelia E. Robison, his wife." Eliza married William Rountree (April 17, 1833) after the divorce. Lewellen's obituary appeared in the Macon Telegraph on April 23, 1838.
   Sarah born: (about 1800) in Washington County, GA
married: (a) Thomas Hardyman (by 1820) in Washington County, GA
               (b) Francis A. Dawkins (January 11, 1844) in Jefferson County, FL
children: (a) none
               (b) Mary [John Mikell] and Parmelia Jane [William Mikell]: children of Francis A. Dawkins and Louisa Blount
died: (between 1850 - 1860)
buried: possibly in Leon County, FL
census: On the 1840 census, she and her husband were in Jefferson County, FL; on the 1850 census, she is listed with her second husband in Jefferson County, FL, but not in 1860.
note: Sarah moved to TX with her brother John Galimore Robison in 1831.
   Alexander Irvin born: (about 1801) in Washington County, GA
married: Amanda Fitzallen Talbot (April 19, 1838) in Henry County, AL
children: Anna Williston [Charles Russell], Mary Elizabeth [Dandridge Claiborne Freeman], John Walter, Alexander W., Susan L. [James E. Young], Samuel Benton [Clemmie Estelle Ainsworth]
died: (October 22, 1863) in Muscogee County, GA
buried: Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, GA
census: On the 1840 and 1850 census, he was in Muscogee County, GA; on the 1860 census, he and Amanda were living in a separate households in Muscogee County, GA; on the 1870 census, she was in Muscogee County, GA.
note: He was an attorney in Macon, Bibb County, GA, and a member of the legislature from Muscogee County, GA, about 1854.
   James M. born: (about 1804) in Washington County, GA
married: Elizabeth _?_ ( ) in GA
children: John S. [Catherine _?_], Nancy, William Winfield [Emma E. _?_]
died: (after 1880) in Colquitt County, GA
buried:
census: On the 1820 census he was age 16-18 with his father in Washington County, GA; 1830 census, he was age 20-30 with his father in Washington County, GA; on the 1840 census, he was age 30-40 with his wife in Baker County GA; on the 1850 census, he was with his wife in Baker County, GA; on the 1860 and 1870 census, he was with his wife in Mitchell County, GA; on the 1880 census, he was with his wife in Colquitt County, GA
note: An older brother age 40-40 may have been with him on the 1840 census in Baker County, GA.
   William H. born: (1806) in Washington County, GA
married: Elizabeth Weiss Fisher (about1832) in GA
children: Samuel, Alexander, William F., Winfield Robert, John, Mary Elizabeth, Milton, Edward C., John W.
died: (April 4, 1895) in
buried:
census: On the 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870, and 1880 census, he was in Washington County, GA
note: A family Bible belonging to Edward C. Robison shows William F. (born in 1839), Edward C. (born May 5, 1850), a brother named John, who was a doctor (?), died in 1895, and brother Winfield Robert, who died in March, 1904, and no other information about a sister named Mary Elizabeth.
   Winfield Wright born: (November 20, 1809) in Washington County, GA
married: Susan Milligan Ellison Harris (May 11, 1838) in Washington County, GA
children: unknown, Mary Jane [John Francis Ellison], Samuel Ellison, Susan Elizabeth [John Wesley Williams], Alexander Winfield [Penina Septima Moses]
died: (October 24, 1865) in Columbus, Muscogee County, GA
buried:
census: On the 1850 and 1860 census, he was in Muscogee County, GA.
note: He was a Methodist Episcopal minister. His wife was the daughter of Susan Milligan and John A. Ellison and the widow of Samuel H. Harris, whom she married (April 14, 1837) in Talbot County, GA.
   Neill born: (February, 1811) in Washington County, GA
married: Eliza Ann Mathis (March 25, 1830) in Washington County, GA
children: Samuel Williamson, John Reed [Mary Jane Shepherd], Neill Jr. [Tabitha Ann Elam],
Lewellen [Johnnie Adrianne Petty] [ Pinkey J. Saunders White], Clarissa Jane (Clara) [Benjamin Columbus Hardin], Joel Thomas [Elizabeth Belle Townsend Edwards]
died: (May 6, 1875) in Blanco, Blanco County, TX
buried: Blanco City Cemetery, Blanco, Blanco County, TX
census: On the 1820 and 1830 census, he was in Washington County, GA; on the 1840 census, in Stewart County, GA; on the 1850 census, in Fayette County, TX; on the 1860 census*, he was in Blanco County, TX; on the 1870 census, he was in Guadalupe County, TX; on the 1880 census, his widow was in Blanco County, TX
note: *Schedule 1 is missing from the 1860 census, but he was listed on Schedule 4, the Agricultural census, in Blanco County, TX.
   Thomas R.
(children of "Colonel" Samuel Robison and Nancy _?_)

born: (1815) in Washington County, GA
married: Sarah Ann Orr Howard (December 17, 1836) in Washington County, GA
children: William Johnson [Sally Brackwell], Sherrod T., Nancy Elizabeth [Levi S. Beverly] [William Harris] [Robert Marion], Alfonzo King [Talitha Callahan] [Vernon A. Beverly] [Mattie Etheridge], Sarah Ann [George Washington Dismukes], Robert Neal [Rebecca Pressnall], Joseph Buena Vista [Mary Fontaine] [Virginia E. Chambers], Martha J. (Mattie) [Leroy Madison Trawick]
died: (April, 1870) in Clay Hill, Marengo County, AL
buried: Clay Hill Cemetery, Marengo County, AL; He and Sarah lie in unmarked graves.
census: On the 1860 and 1870 census, he was in Marengo County, AL
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   Martha Ann born: (1817) in Washington County, GA
married: James R. Pickett (about 1836) in Stewart County, GA
children: Alexander Hamilton [Virginia Elizabeth Powell], Armendia, Asaphronia, James, John
died: ( ) in
buried:
census: On the 1850 census, her husband was in Macon County, AL; on the 1860 census, her son Alexander Hamilton Pickett was in Macon County, AL; on the 1870 and 1880 census, he was in Bullock County, AL; on the 1900 census, his widow was in Bullock County, AL.
note: On the 1850 census, James R. Pickett was with a female, age 24, born in SC. Her name is unintelligible, but appears to start with the letter M. This likely is NOT Martha Ann Robison.
   Walter born: (1819) in Washington County, GA
married: no
children: none
died: (February 19, 1837) near Warrenton, Fayette County, TX
buried:
census:
note: He and his brother John Gallimore Robison were killed by Comanche Indians.
   Robert Coleman born: (December 5, 1823) in Washington County, GA
married: Martha Hardwick Jones (March 3, 1847) in Macon County, AL
children: L. Annie, J. Jessie, Lewellen "Buddy", Amelia Malvina, Robert Coleman Jr, James Thomas "Kit" [Alice _?_], and Sidney "Cricket"
died: (September 13, 1882) in Limestone County, TX
buried: Kosse City Cemetery, Limestone County, TX
census: On the 1830 census, he was with his stepmother Nancy _?_ Robison in Washington County, GA; on the 1840 census, he was with his uncle Samuel Robison in Washington County, GA; on the 1860 and 1870 census, he was with his wife in Limestone County, TX; on the 1880 census, he was in
note: He moved his family to Limestone County, TX, in 1858. His wife died (October 13, 1883) and is buried there as well.
   Amanda Blount born: (1823) in Washington County, GA
married: Bennett Bissell Fields (July 6, 1841) in Macon County, AL
children: Martha Ann [Edwin Van Houten], John W., Charles R. [Mary E. _?_], Mary J. [James W. Lee], Amanda Elizabeth [William Henry King], Alexander B., Samuel, Eva [John Fulmore McTyer], Ida, Sallie M., Sanders D., Robert
died: ( ) in
buried:
census: On the 1850, 1860, and 1870 census, she was with her husband in Barbour County, AL; on the 1880 census, her son Charles R. was in Barbour County, AL
note: Her husband is buried in Fairview Cemetery, Eufaula, Barbour County, AL
   Joseph R. born: (November 11,1824) in Washington County, GA
married: Lucy Ann Cochran Winburn ( ) in
children: Amanda, Emma, Joseph R. Jr, Florida, Frances L., Walter (Walton?)
died: (June 20, 1860) in Fayette County, TX
buried:
census: On the 1860 census, he was in Fannin County, TX;
note: His wife was the widow of McHenry Winburn, who was a sheriff (1839-1840) of Austin County, TX. She is buried in the Thomas Cochran Cemetery in Buckhorn, Austin County, TX.
   Algernon Sydney born: (May 31, 1826) in Washington County, GA
married: Martha Jane McNeill (January 17, 1850) in Barbour County, AL
children: Anna Rebecca Rosaline, Nancy Elizabeth, Martha Jane [Franklin Latham], Amanda Vandora, Lucy J., Mary Sidney, Margaret Arsenda, Algernon Thomas, Walter Anderson, Cora Leona, Alva Sylvesta, Harriet C., Elldrige B.
died: (March 29, 1899) in Sabine Parish, LA
buried: Bossier Cemetery, Union Springs, Sabine Parish, LA
census: On the 1830 census, he was (age <5) with his mother in Washington County, GA; on the 1840 census, he was (age 15-20) with his brother Samuel Jr in Washington County, GA; on the 1850 census, he was (age 22) with his wife in Barbour County, AL; on the 1860 census, he was in De Soto Parish, LA; on the 1870 and 1880 census, he was in Sabine Parish, LA.
note: His wife was the daughter of Margaret Marshall and Daniel McNeill Jr.

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   Samuel Williamson
(children of Neill Robison and Eliza Ann Mathis)

born: (May 15, 1831) in Washington County, GA
married: no
children: none
died: (June 10, 1843) in Fayette County, TX
buried:
census: On the 1840 census, he was (age 5-10) with his parents in Stewart County, GA.
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   John Reed born: (October 10, 1832) in Washington County, GA
married: Mary Jane (Mollie) Shepherd (January 15, 1866) in Blanco County, TX
children: Adrian A. (f) [Edwards] [Conn], Olive E. [Saunders] [Miles], Dorothy Annie (Omie) [Parks], Renora, John Reed Jr., unnamed, Vivin, Mary Edna [Galbreath], unnamed, Tom Robison (♀), Jessie Vida [Crossley] [Walker] [Nash] [Ake]
died: (April 14, 1911) in Blanco, Blanco County, TX
buried: Blanco City Cemetery, Blanco, Blanco County, TX
census: On the 1840 census, he was (age 5-10) with his parents in Stewart County, GA; on the 1850 census, he was (age 18) with his parents in Fayette County, TX; on the 1880 census, he was in Blanco County, TX
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   Mary Elizabeth born: (December 3, 1835) in GA?
married: William B. Pressley ( ) in
children: Eliza, Ida [Stallings], William, Harriet (Hattie), Rebecca, Walter, James
died: ( ) in
buried:
census: On the 1850 census, she was (age 14) with her parents in Fayette County, TX; on the 1860 census, she was with her husband in Washington County, TX; on the 1870 census, she was with her husbabd in Guadalupe County, TX; on the 1880 census, she was with her husband in Washington County, TX
note: They lived in Brenham, Washington County, TX
   Neill, Jr born: (February 14, 1837) in GA
married: Tabitha Ann Elam (December 26, 1868) in Mariposa County, CA
children: John Joel [Oraneta V. Underwood], David H. [Hetty Leona Calhoun], Leila Ann [David Lewis Ellis], Laura M., Louisa [Schaefer] {Click here for more information.}
died: (between 1880-1900) in Mariposa County, CA (?)
buried:
census: On the 1840 census, he was (age <5) with his parents in Stewart County, GA; on the 1850 census, he was (age 12) with his parents in Fayette County, TX; on the 1860 census, he was in Mariposa County, CA; on the 1870 census, he was in Mariposa County, CA*; on the 1880 census, he was in Fresno County, CA
note: The marriage record indicates that Neil was age 28 and Tabitha was age 20 when they married. His wife was the daughter of Joel Thomas Elam and Sarah Ann Callis. A death notice for Tabitha appeared in the Mariposa Gazette (March 4, 1882): Robinson-- Close to Buchanan, Feb 20, 1882., Mrs. Neal Robinson [Mrs. Robinson is the daughter of Mrs. Elam of Pea Ridge, and who resided with her husband for a number of years at that place.]

addendum: *On the 1872 Great Register is Neil Robinson (#1073), a farmer, age 27, born in Georgia, in Mariposa County, CA. On the 1870 census, his mother-in-law was in Mariposa County, CA, listed as Sarah A. Elam, although she had married Richard Riley Parsley and had four additional children.
   Lewellen born: (November 7, 1840) in Stewart County, GA
married: (a) Johnnie Adrianne Petty (July 31,1866) in Seguin, Guadalupe County, TX
               (b) Pinkey J. Saunders White (November 17, 1891) in Blanco, Blanco County, TX
children: (a)
Lee Davis, Lewellen Thomas (Lube), Leona L. [Lewis], Charles Dewitt (Charlie)
               (b) Almeda Harriet, Mary Mintee [Oatman] [Jennings] [Gode], Emma [Nowotny] (plus Belle Laura White [D. Thad McCullough]: child of Pinkey Saunders and B. William White)
died: (May 3, 1908) in Blanco, Blanco County, TX
buried: Blanco City Cemetery, Blanco, Blanco County, TX
census: On the 1850 census, he was (age 9) with his parents in Fayette County, TX; on the 1860* census, he was in Blanco County, TX; on the 1870 and 1880 census, he was in Guadalupe County, TX; on the 1900 census, he was with his second wife in Blanco County, TX; on the 1910 census, his widow Pinkey was in Blanco County, TX.
note: *Schedule 1 is missing from the 1860 census, but his father was listed on Schedule 4, the Agricultural census, in Blanco County, TX. His divorce from Johnnie A. Petty was filed (March 26, 1881) in Seguin, Guadalupe County, TX. After Lewellen's death, Pinkey married Henry Liesmann (December 19, 1917) of Blanco County, TX. His first wife later married Rufus Flax Evans and had two more children.
   Clarissa Jane
   (Clara)
born: (August 29, 1843) in TX
married: Benjamin Columbus Hardin (June 28, 1860) in Brenham, Washington County, TX
children: Neill, Mary Jane, John Thomas, Winfield Wright (Wink), Benjamin Barnett, Ann Elizabeth [Murry], Clara Jane [Haynes], William Green, Augusta [Snowden], Manzin Lewellen, Nancy Francis [Fox], Martha Elizabeth, Bertha Eloise [Lowrance]
died: (April 20, 1922) in Clairemont, Kent County, TX
buried:
census: On the 1850 census, she was (age 6) with her parents in Fayette County, TX; on the 1860* census, she was in Blanco County, TX; on the 1870 and 1880 census, she was in Hays County, TX; on the 1900 and 1910 census, she was in Kent County, TX.
note: *Schedule 1 is missing from the 1860 census, but her father was listed on Schedule 4, the Agricultural census, in Blanco County, TX. Her future husband was in Washington County, TX, with his parents, Robert Echison Hardin and Nancy Brinson Dixon.
    Joel Thomas
(Thomas)
born: (July 10, 1847) in Fayette County, TX
married: Elizabeth Belle (Betty) Townsend Edwards (August 15, 1875) in Kingsbury, Guadalupe County, TX
children: Florence A. (Florrie) [William A. Evans], Edgar Thomas [Ora Hill], Stella Mae [William A. Evans], Neal Walter [Mary _?_], Frank L., Charles, John Horace
died: (May 5,1932) in San Antonio, Bexar County, TX
buried: Blanco City Cemetery, Blanco, Blanco County, TX
census: On the 1850 census, he was (age 3) with his parents in Fayette County, TX; on the 1860* census, he was in Blanco County, TX; on the 1870 census, he was in Guadalupe County, TX; on the 1880 census, he was in Colorado County, TX; on the 1900 census, he was in Hays County, TX; on the 1910 census, he was in _?_ County, TX; on the 1920 census, he was in Gonzales County, TX; on the 1930 census, he was with his daughter Florence A. Evans in Bexar County, TX.
note: *Schedule 1 is missing from the 1860 census, but his father was listed on Schedule 4, the Agricultural census, in Blanco County, TX. Betty Bell Townsend Edwards was from Oakville, Live Oak County, TX; her first marriage (May 9, 1872) was to Henry C. Edwards, and they had a son named Will. Her father was William T. Townsend, brother of Stephen Townsend, who married Sabrina Robison.

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   Lee Davis
(children of Lewellen Robison and Johnnie A. Petty)

born: (May 11, 1867) in Guadalupe County, TX
married: (a) Lillian (Lillie) Joiner (December 27, 1885) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
               (b) Sarah Jane (Sally) Stapleton Wier (January 15, 1892) in Wimberley, Hays County, TX
children: (a)
Chester Lee
               (b) unnamed, Tom O., and Mable J. (plus children of Sally and William Wilborn Wier: Edna Virginia [John West Cochran], Clara [Graham Gibbons], William Monroe, and Mada [Hamilton Davenport])
died: (January 11, 1914) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
buried: Bandera Cemetery, Bandera, Bandera County, TX
census: On the 1880 census, he was with his parents in Guadalupe County, TX; on the 1900 census, he was with his wife in Medina County, TX; on the 1910 census, he was in Concho County, TX: on the 1920 census, his widow was in Bandera County, TX ?
note:

   unnamed born: (September 23, 1869) in TX
married: no
children: none
died: (September 23, 1869) in TX
buried:
census:
note:
   Lewellen Thomas
   (Lube)
born: (December 31, 1871) in Guadalupe County, TX
married: Virginia (Jenny) Stapleton (December 3, 1889) in Wimberely, Hays County, TX
children: Lennie [Turner] [Causey], William (Willie) E., Myrtle Lucille [Collins], Charles (Charlie) E., Newell L. (Dude)
died: (October 25, 1903) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX; shot in abdomen
buried: Bandera Cemetery, Bandera County, TX
census: On the 1880 census, he was with his parents in Guadalupe County, TX; on the 1900 census, he was with his wife in Medina County, TX; on the 1910 census, his widow was with her uncle William Goucher in Menard County, TX
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   Leona born: (March, 1876) in Seguin, Guadalupe County, TX
married: George Washington Lewis, Jr (June 18, 1886) in Guadalupe County, TX ?
children: Lee, Eliza Evaline [
A. E. Collins], Charles Thadius (Thad), Lola, Pearl, Ora, Nora
died: (before 1930) in
buried:
census: On the 1880 census, she was with her parents in Guadalupe County, TX; on the 1900 census, with her husband in Medina County, TX; on the 1910 census, in Concho County, TX; on the 1920 census, in Medina County, TX; on the 1930 census, her widowed husband was in Kerr County, TX
note:
   Charles Dewitt born: (March 18, 1879) in Guadalupe County, TX
married:
children:
died:
buried:
census: On the 1880 census, he was with his parents in Guadalupe County, TX;
note:
   Almeda Harriet
(children of Lewellen Robison and Pinkey Saunders White)

born: (September 8, 1892) in Blanco, Blanco County, TX
married: no
children: no
died: (November 20, 1911) in Blanco, Blanco County, TX
buried: Blanco City Cemetery, Blanco, Blanco County, TX
census:
note: She was a teacher and died of consumption at 19 years of age.

   Mary Mintee born: (August 16, 1894) in Blanco, Blanco County, TX
married: (a) Horace Boise Oatman (November 6, 1912) in Blanco, Blanco County, TX
               (b) Walter Jennings ( ) in
               (c) H. D. Gode ( ) in Hearne, Robertson County, TX (?)
children: (a) Horace Boise Jr (Bill)
               (b) none
               (c) none
died: (March 2, 1973) in Austin, Travis County, TX
buried: Austin, TX (?)
census:
note:
   Emma born: (March 8, 1896) in Blanco, Blanco County, TX
married: Alonzo Raymond Nowotny (August 15, 1912) in Blanco, Blanco County, TX
children: Raymond Alonzo [Alma Aline Allen], William Ray [Dovie Lue James], Clyde Lewellyn [Vera Jean Patton]
died: (December 17, 1970) in Austin, Travis County, TX
buried: Austin, TX (?)
census: On the 1900 census, she was with her parents in Blanco County, TX; on the 1910 census, she was with her widowed mother in Blanco County, TX; 1920 census, she was with her husband in Blanco County, TX
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   Chester Lee
(child of Lee Davis Robison and Lillian Joiner)

born: (October 4, 1887) in Medina, Bandera County, TX
married: Clara Cravey (December 26, 1911) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
children:
Howard Lee
died: (December 7, 1915) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
buried: Bandera Cemetery, Bandera, Bandera County, TX
census: On the 1900 census, he was enumerated twice --once with his grandmother Kate Joiner and once with his aunt Blanche Joiner and uncle Ezra O. Chipman-- in Bandera County, TX; on the 1910 census, he was in the household of Sidney L. Thomas in Throckmorton County, TX; on the 1920 census, his widow was remarried in Bexar County, TX
note:

   unnamed
(children of Lee Davis Robison and Sarah Jane Stapleton Wier)

born: ( ) in TX
married: no
children: no
died: (before 1900) in TX
buried: in TX

   Thomas Octave born: (June 15, 1895) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
married: (a) Annie _?_ ( ) in Concho County, TX?
               (b) Stella J. Pyka (November 22, 1928) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
children: (a) none
               (b) none
died: (February 6, 1953) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
buried: St. Stanislaus Catholic Church Cemetery (old), Bandera, Bandera County, TX
census: On the 1900 census, he was with his parents in Medina County, TX; on the 1910 census, he was with his parents in Concho County, TX; on the 1920 census, he was with his wife in Concho County, TX; on the 1930 and 1940 census, he was in Bandera County, TX
note:
   Mable J. born: (September 8, 1898) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
married: (a) John Tarleton "Jack" Bradshaw ( ) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
               (b) William Sherman Jemeyson (after 1940) in Bexar County, TX?
children: (a) Mada Wier [Otto Trenkelbach] and Jack B.
               (b) none
died: (June 17, 1975) in Bexar County, TX
buried: Bandera Cemetery, Bandera, Bandera County, TX
census: On the 1900 census, she was with her parents in Medina County, TX; on the 1910 census, she was with her parents in Concho County, TX; on the 1920 and 1930 census, she was with her first husband in Bandera County, TX; on the 1940 census, she was divorced in San Antonio, Bexar County, TX
note: Her first husband is buried in Bandera Cemetery, Bandera County, TX; On the 1940 census, her second husband was single and a soldier at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Bexar County, TX.

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   Howard Lee
(child of Chester Lee Robison and Clara Cravey)

born: (April 29, 1915) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
married: Virginia Gaston Cave (June 27, 1938) in Corpus Christi, Nueces County, TX
children:
Roger Lee
died: (December 9, 1977) in Corpus Christi, Nueces County, TX
buried: Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, Bexar County, TX
census: On the 1920 and 1930 census, he was with his mother and stepfather in Bexar County, TX; on the 1940 census, he was with his wife in Nueces County, TX
note:

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   Roger Lee
(child of Howard Lee Robison and Virginia Gaston Cave)
born: (February 5, 1943) in Corpus Christi, Nueces County, TX
married: no
children: no
died:
buried:
census:
note: The DNA analysis of his Y-chromosome at the 67 marker level places him in haplogroup I2a2b. He is a member of the I-L38 project at FamilyTreeDNA.

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