Person:Asa Robbins (2)

m. Aft 28 Dec 1734
  1. John Robbins1735 - 1736
  2. Ephraim RobbinsAbt 1737 - 1823
  3. Asa Robbins1738 - Bef 1769
  4. Aaron RobbinsAbt 1747 - 1779
  5. George RobbinsAbt 1750 - 1779
  • HAsa Robbins1738 - Bef 1769
  • W.  Hannah Russell (add)
m. 17 Nov 1757
  1. Sarah Robbins1758 - 1817
  2. Moses Robbins1760 -
  3. Mary Robbins1762 -
  4. Asa Robbins1764 -
  5. Thankful Robbins1766 - 1767
Facts and Events
Name[3] Asa Robbins
Gender Male
Christening[1] 26 Feb 1738 Petersham, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 17 Nov 1757 Harvard, Worcester, Massachusetts, United Statesto Hannah Russell (add)
Death[2] Bef 11 Jul 1769 Warwick, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States
  1. Hardwick, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Hardwick, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850. (Boston, Mass, 1917)
    p. 93.

    ROBINS, Asa, s. of George and Thankful, bp. in Nitchewague [Petersham], Feb. 26, 1738. CR

  2. Massachusetts. Probate Court (Hampshire County). Probate records, 1660-1916; index, 1660-1971. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971, 1988-1989)
    Box 123, file 2: Robbins, Asa Warwick 1769.

    11 Jul 1769: Bond of Hannah Robbins of Warwick as administratrix of Asa Robbins late of Warwick Dec'd Intestate.
    11 Jul 1769: Bond of Hannah Robbins of Warwick as guardian to Sarah Robbins, Moses Robbins, Mary Robbins, Asa Robbins, and Ruth Robbins Minors Children and Heirs of Asa Robbins of Warwick.
    17 Jul 1769:Inventory Asa Robins Late of Warwick: £60:7:6, by Ezra Conant, Thomas Rich, Moses Leonard.
    1 Aug 1769: Account of Hannah Robbins allowed. Jun 1770: further account allowed. Sep 1771: Additional account of Hannah Robbins on Estate of Asa Robbins of Warwick.

  3. Sprague, Eleanor Robbins and Andrew West Robbins. "Untangling the Evidence for Two Early Massachusetts Robbins Families", in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society)
    Vol. 152, p. 85.

    Children of George Robbins and Thankful Stevens: 2) Asa, bp. "in Nitchewague (Petersham)" 26 Feb 1738, d. Warwick 1769, m. 17 Nov 1757 Hannah Russell of Harvard who was administratrix of his estate.

  4.   Source:Robbins, Eugene W. Robbins Families of New England : A Genealogical Studyp. 67, says without evidence that a different Asa, of Littleton, married Hannah Russell. No absolutely conclusive evidence has been found to determine which Asa it was, except that the marriage record says he was "of Petersham". A daughter named Thankful is also suggestive. Further, the reputation of NEHGR suggests in general it is a more credible source.