Olive E. Hodgman Robinson

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Photo - Olive Robinson's grandchildren

Olive Elma (Jane3, Jane2, John1) had her birth in Parma, Ohio, August 10, 1851. She attended school in Parma. The family removed to Bloomingdale, Mich., in October, 1864, and to Lee Township, Allegan County, Mich., in 1867. During the years she was at home she bore her share of family burdens and hardships.

She was married July 2, 1871 to Charles W. Robinson, who was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on October 28, 1843. On July 3, 1871, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson went to Sturgis, St. Joe County, Mich., where they lived for two years on a farm owned by Mr. Robinson's father.

Mrs. Robinson writes:

Mr. and Mrs. Robinson are members of the Baptist church.

Children

Nina Capitola, b. Aug. 16, 1872, d. Aug. 27, 1873.

Flora Bella, b. Jan. 12, 1874.

Rosa May, b. Mar. 28, 1876.

Breyman Carl, b. Feb. 17, 1878.

Oliver Winfield, b. Nov.1, 1879.

Claude Earl, b. Jan. 18, 1881.

Clarence Eugene, b. Nov. 15, 1882, d. July 5, 1883.

Nellie Grace, b. Aug. 15, 1885.

Clifford Arthur, b. Dec. 24, 1886.

Beulah Marie, b. Dec. 12, 1888.

Edith Hazel, b. Mar. 2, 1892.

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Flora B. Robinson Eckert

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Flora Bella (Olive4, Jane3, Jane2, John1) was born January 12, 1874, in Lacota, Mich. Her childhood was spent amid the trying times of Indian raids, drought and grasshoppers in Kansas. She secured a good common school education. On June 5, 1892, she married John Wm. Eckert. They purchased a farm at Blackwell, Okla., where they made their home. Six children were born to them. Mr. Eckert died of typhoid fever September 28, 1908. Mrs. Eckert finding it difficult to manage a farm and care for five little children, married Elbert E. Ebright, October 21, 1909. Her oldest son and oldest daughter are attending high school at Blackwell. Mrs. Ebright is a member of the M. E. church.

Children

Children by Eckert

Glenn Earl, b. July 28, 1894.

Effie May, b. Aug. 26, 1897.

John Floyd, b. Feb. 4, 1899.

Charles Lloyd, b. Feb. 4, 1899.

Williard, b. July 9, 1905.

Viola Grace, b. Mar. 24, 1907, d. April 17, 1907.

Children by Ebright

Irvin Allen Ebright, b. Sept. 26, 1910.

Alvin Roy, b. Jan. 24, 1912.

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Rosa M. Robinson Stiger

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Rosa May, (Olive4, Jane3, Jane2, John1) daughter of Olive and Charles W. Robinson, was born March 28, 1876. She grew to womanhood on the farm near South Haven, Kan. On November 6, 1898 she was married to Wm. F. Stiger, a farmer. They soon secured a farm at Nobe, New Mexico, where they now reside. Mr. and Mrs. Stiger are members of the Baptist church.

Children

Merle Russel, b. Aug. 8, 1899.

Clarence Eugene, b. July 13, 1901.

Lynn W., b. Nov.26, 1903.

Kenneth, b. Oct. 4, 1908.

Doris, b. July 30, 1912.

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Breyman Carl Robinson

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Breyman Carl (Olive4, Jane3, Jane2, John1) was born near South Haven, Kan., February 17, 1878, and grew to manhood amid the great corn and wheat fields of that state. He was married December 4, 1902 to Miss Frances Stanicek. They went to Geddes, S. Dak., where they purchased the farm they still reside on.

Children

Verne E., b. Sept. 8, 1903.

Breyman A., b. July 26, 1905.

Charles W., b. Nov. 18, 1906.

Edith Olive, b. Sept. 30, 1908.

Louise, b. ____.

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Oliver Winfield Robinson

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Oliver Winfield, (Olive4, Jane3, Jane2, John1) son of Olive and Charles W. Robinson, began his earthly career November 1, 1879, on his father's great farm near South Haven, Kansas. He secured his education in the common school at South Haven. He was married to Miss Julia Stiger, June 14, 1900. They purchased, in a short time, a farm at Nobe, New Mexico, where they resided until 1912, when they exchanged the farm for property in South Haven, Kansas, where they now reside.

Child

Ferrel Otis, b. Feb. 18, 1903.

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Claude Earl Robinson

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Claude Earl Robinson (Olive4, Jane3, Jane2, John1) was born Jan. 18, 1881, near South Haven, Kan. He grew to manhood on his father's farm and gained an education in the district school. In 1899 he went to Stanley County, S. Dak. In 1900 he took up a claim there which he now owns. He is unmarried and lives in Armour, S. Dak.

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Nellie G. Robinson Blurton

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Nellie Grace Robinson (Olive4, Jane3, Jane2, John1) was born August 15, 1885. She attended school in South Haven. In her girlhood she united with the Baptist church. On November 11, 1906, she was wedded to Jesse Wm. Blurton, a farmer by occupation. Their home was at Sedgwick, Kan., until 1912, when they moved to Emmet, Idaho.

Children

Gettus Orville, b. Sept. 10, 1907.

Gladys Gwendolyn, b. Dec. 2, 1908.

Jesse Robinson, b. Feb. 12, 1911.

Vorhis Jackson, b. April 10, 1912.

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Clifford Arthur Robinson

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Clifford Arthur, (Olive4, Jane3, Jane2, John1) youngest son of Olive and Charles W. Robinson, was born December 24, 1886. On his father's farm he learned farming and in the nearby schools secured his education. He married Miss Effie May Hamblet, June 2, 1909. They have had charge of his father's farm since October, 1909. Mr. Robinson is a member of the Baptist church.

Children

Clinton Maurice, b. Aug. 17, 1911.

Gilbert Arthur, b. Sept. 3, 1913.

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Beulah M. Robinson Cottel

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Beulah Marie Robinson (Olive4, Jane3, Jane2, John1) was born December 12, 1888. Her youthful days were happily spent in attending school and in learning the art of housekeeping under her mother's instruction. She united with the Baptist church when a girl. She was married to Roy Cottel, February 24, 1909. Her husband is a farmer and their home is six miles northwest of South Haven.

Children

Lillian Thelma, b. Sept. 15, 1910.

Eunice May, b. Jan. 1, 1912.

Gladys Lois, b. June 26, 1913.

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Edith H. Robinson McBride

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Edith Hazel, (Olive4, Jane3, Jane2, John1) youngest child of Olive and Charles W. Robinson, was born on March 2, 1892, near South Haven, Kan. Her childhood days passed quietly and happily on the farm. On November 2, 1910, she became the bride of Thomas F. McBride. Mrs. McBride is a member of the Baptist church. They lived on a farm seven miles from South Haven, Kan., until February, 1913, when they went to Tulsa, Okla., where Mr. McBride has taken up his former occupation as a baker.

Child

Mildred Hazel, b. August 2, 1912.

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