Person:James Robinson (129)

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James Robinson
d.BEF 17 OCT 1752 New Castle County, Delaware
m. 1694
  1. Capt. George RobinsonBet 1692 - 1695 - 1763
  2. Catherine Robinson1694 - 1760
  3. Ann RobinsonABT 1696 -
  4. James RobinsonABT 1698 - BEF 1752
  5. William RobinsonABT 1699 -
  6. Thomas RobinsonABT 1704 -
  7. John RobinsonABT 1706 -
  8. Joseph RobinsonABT 1708 -
  9. Priscilla Robinson1715 - 1774
  10. David RobinsonABT 1717 - bef 1787
  11. Margaret 'Phoebe' Robinson1721 - 1801
m. 5 FEB 1737/38
  1. John RobinsonBET 1738 AND 1749 - BEF 1768
  2. William RobinsonBET 1738 AND 1749 -
  3. Samuel RobinsonBET 1738 AND 1749 -
Facts and Events
Name James Robinson
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1698 prob. Gloucester, New Jersey
Marriage 5 FEB 1737/38 to Elizabeth Keabbin
Death? BEF 17 OCT 1752 New Castle County, Delaware


Notes

4. JAMES ROBINSON b ca 1702 md Elizabeth Keabbin 5 Feb 1738 d bef 17 Oct 1752. On 17 Oct 1752
Duncan Drummond was administrator of James Robinson estate. It was stated there are debts due and no personal estate of said dec'd to satisfy these debts. It was therefore, ordered by the court to sell the real estate. (Pg 175 Orphans Court New Castle Co. Del) On 18 Aug 1763 Donald Drummond adm of James Robinson in place of William Read dec'd & Duncan Drummond also dec'd it was stated that James Robinson became seized of one eighth part in eight parts to be divided of a certain tract situate in Mill Creek Hundred containing 250 acres as tenant in common with Thomas, William, Joseph, John, Priscilla, David & Plebe Robinson, his brothers & sisters by virtue of the last will & testament of their father, James Robinson late of the Hundred & Co. bearing date 4 Dec 1726. James Robinson, the son died intestate. Letters of administration by William Read & Duncan Drummond dec'd were duly granted to Donald Drummond. Donald Drummond by an order of orphans court 14 June 1762 for the estate of James Robinson, the younger sold the 250 acres of land to James Walker for 50 pounds he being the highest bidder. (Orphans Court, New Castle County, pg 175) [1]