Person:Mary Robinson (254)

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Mary Robinson
d.bef. 1892
m. 19 July 1849
  1. Mary RobinsonAbt 1850 - Bef 1892
  2. Samuel Houston "Houston" Robinson, M.D.Abt 1858 - 1931
  3. Jacob RobinsonAbt 1862 -
  4. Nancy L. "Nannie" Robinson1865 - 1926
  5. Emma RobinsonAbt 1869 -
m. 27 August 1865
  1. Susan "Susie" DawsonAbt 1865 -
  2. James Samuel Dawson1868 - 1936
  3. Charles DawsonAbt 1870 -
  4. Elizabeth DawsonAbt 1872 -
  5. Frank DawsonAbt 1879 -
Facts and Events
Name Mary Robinson
Gender Female
Birth? abt. 1850 Rutherford County, Tennessee
Marriage 27 August 1865 Davidson County, Tennesseeto Charles Wesley Dawson
Death? bef. 1892
References
  1.   United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publications M593 and T132).

    Name: Mary Dawson
    Birthplace: Tennessee
    Dwelling Number: 255
    Home in 1870: District 13, Davidson, Tennessee
    Race: White
    Gender: Female
    Post Office: Nashville
    Occupation: Keeping House
    Cannot Write: Y
    Inferred Spouse: Charles Dawson
    Inferred Children: Susan Dawson
    Samuel Dawson
    Charles Dawson
    Household Members: Name Age
    Margaret Callen 65
    Mary Odonnell 18
    Charles Dawson 29
    Mary Dawson 20
    Susan Dawson 4
    Samuel Dawson 2
    Charles Dawson 7/12

  2.   United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T9).

    Name: Mary Dawson
    Age: 30
    Birth Date: Abt 1850
    Birthplace: Tennessee
    Home in 1880: Alvarado, Johnson, Texas, USA
    Dwelling Number: 212
    Race: White
    Gender: Female
    Relation to Head of House: Wife
    Marital status: Married
    Spouse's name: Charles Dawson
    Father's Birthplace: Tennessee
    Mother's Birthplace: South Carolina
    Occupation: Keeping House
    Household Members: Name Age
    Charles Dawson 45
    Mary Dawson 30
    Susie Dawson 15
    James Dawson 12
    Charles Dawson 10
    Elizabeth Dawson 8
    Frank Dawson 1

  3.   Texas, United States. Death Certificates, 1903-1982.

    Name: Mary Robertson [s/b Robinson]
    Gender: Female
    Birth Place: Kentucky
    Spouse: C W Dawson
    Child: James Samnuel Dawson

  4.   United States. U.S., Confederate Pensions, 1884-1958.

    Name: Mrs C W Dawson
    Application Date: 19 Aug 1912
    Application Place: Dallas
    Birth Year: abt 1850
    Birth Place: Tennessee
    Age: 62
    Spouse: Chas Wesley Dawson
    Marriage Date: 25 Aug 1865
    Marriage Place: Davidson, Tennessee
    Spouse Death Date: 22 Jan 1912
    Pension File Number: 01621
    Application Type: Widow

  5.   A Memorial and biographical history of Johnson and Hill Counties, Texas: containing the early history of this important section of the great state of Texas, together with glimpses of its future prospects, also biographical mention of many of the pioneers and prominent citizens of the present time, and full-page portraits of some of the most eminent men of this section. (Chicago: Lewis Pub. Co., 1892)
    pg. 426-427.

    SAMUEL ROBINSON, a successful farmer of Johnson county, is a son of Alexander and Christina (Kirk) Robinson. The father was born in Wythe County, Virginia, about 1779 was a soldier in two Indian wars, the Creek and Black Hawk, and died in 1849. The parents were married in 1800, and had eleven children, namely: Kate, deceased, was the wife of John Bailey, of Warren County; William, deceased; George deceased; J. Wesley, deceased; Nancy, deceased, was the wife of William Lee of Missouri; James who died in the Mexican war; Polly, deceased, was the wife of James Robinson of Tennessee; Alexander, of Clarksville, Tennessee; Betsey, deceased, was the wife of Riley Brookshire, of Missouri; Jacob, of Richmond, Missouri and Samuel, our subject.

    The latter was born in Bedford County, Tennessee, July 4, 1839 [s/b 1829], and he remained with his parents until nineteen years of age, when he moved to Nashville, and engaged in selling produce of all kinds. In 1872 he came to Texas, and six years later bought his present farm, six miles east of Alvarado. In 1847 Mr. Robinson enlisted in the Mexican war, in the Fourth Tennessee Infantry, Company B, and served nine months, and he now draws a pension for his services in that war. Politically, he votes with the Democratic Party, socially, is a member of the Alliance, and religiously, both he and his wife are members of the Missionary Baptist Church, and he was licensed to preach in that church about fifteen years ago.

    He was married in 1849, to Bettie, a daughter of James and Sarah Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson have had six children: Mary, wife of Charles Dawson, of Dallas, deceased; Houston, a physician of Nacogdoches, Bettie, wife of E.M. Edge, of Haskell; Jacob, of Austin, Texas; Nancy, wife of Charles Fralay, of Haskell; and Emma at home. The wife and mother died in 1881, and in 1883 Mr. Robinson married Mrs. Alice Miles Fraley, of Ellis county, and they have had four children: Jeremiah, Belle (deceased), Robert Lee and George. Mrs. Robinson had one son by her former marriage, Eddie.