Lucretia Newman
LUCRETIA NEWMAN was born 1794 in Lee, Oneida County, New York and died September 16, 1839 in Caton, Steuben County, New York (aged 45 years). She married EPHRAIM ROBBINS 1814.
Notes for LUCRETIA NEWMAN:
  • Burial: Gregory - Wilkins Cemetery, Caton, Steuben Co., NY.
  • Children of LUCRETIA NEWMAN and EPHRAIM ROBBINS:
    1. GIDEON ROBBINS, b. 1816, Oneida County, New York; m. LOVINA ?.
      • Notes for GIDEON ROBBINS:
        • Alternate Birth: 1818.
        • Occupation: Carpenter.
        Notes for LOVINA ?:
        • 1900 census: Corning, Steuben Co., NY, (widowed) Head of Household, 6 children born to this mother, 2 still living.
        Notes for GIDEON ROBBINS and LOVINA ?:
        • 1860, 1870, 1880 census: Southport, Chemung Co., NY.
        • See Alvin Stilson.
    2. REV., JAMES NEWMAN ROBBINS.
    3. DAVID B. ROBBINS, b. 1822, New York; d. Civil War; m. CATHARINE M. BICKLE, b. 1818, Pennsylvania; d. November 5, 1884 (aged 65 years, 8 months).
      • Notes for DAVID B. ROBBINS:
        • Occupation: 1860, Farm Laborer.
        • Military Service: Civil War - PVT, 143rd NY Inf., Co. D.
        Notes for CATHARINE M. BICKLE:
        • This person also reported as Catherine Buckle; Catharine Bickali.
        • Burial: Millerton Cemetery, Millerton, Tioga Co., PA
        Notes for DAVID B. ROBBINS and CATHARINE M. BICKLE:
          1850 census: Jackson, Tioga Co., PA.
        • 1860 census: Lansing, Tompkins Co., NY.
    4. MARY ROBBINS, b. 1823.
      • Notes for MARY ROBBINS:
        • 1850 census: Caton, Steuben Co., NY, living with her brother James' family.
    5. (Notes) FRANCIS ROBBINS, b. 1826; d.1906; m. (Notes) LUCY S. TITUS 1849, daughter of John Titus and Lucy ?; b. February 1824, d. January 23, 1908.
      • Notes for FRANCIS ROBBINS:
        • Occupation: Farmer.
        • Burial: West Windsor Cemetery, W. Windsor, Broome Co., NY.
        Notes for LUCY S. TITUS:
        • Alternate Death: 1901 (tombstone).
        • Cause of Death: Froze to death as a result of the woodstove going out.
        • Burial: West Windsor Cemetery, W. Windsor, Broome Co., NY.
        Notes for FRANCIS ROBBINS and LUCY S. TITUS:
        • 1860 census: Windsor, Broome Co., NY.
        • 1880 census: Town of Kirkwood, Broome Co., NY.
        • 1900 census: Binghamton, Broome Co., NY, living with son Nelson's family.
        • See George Riley Johnston.
    6. JOHN E. ROBBINS, b. April 14, 1836, Caton, Steuben County, New York; d. September 14, 1909, Cherokee County, Iowa; m. (1) ANGIE R. STANNARD; d. July 12, 1887, Ruthven, Palo Alto County, Iowa; (2) SARAH RAMSEY; d. June 18, 1895; (3) LAURA ANTOINETTE JOHNSTON, September 1896, Mossy Glen (South Corning), Steuben County, New York.
      • Notes for JOHN E. ROBBINS:
        • Occupation: Farmer; 1900, Carpenter.
        • 1850 census: Colesville, Broome Co., NY, living with parents.
        • 1860 census: Washington Township, Buchanan Co., IA, living with parents.
        • Military Service: Civil War - PVT, 20th IA Inf., Co., F.
          • Enlisted: August 2, 1862, Marion, Linn Co., IA.
            Discharged: February 28, 1865, New Orleans, LA.
            Pension Certificate Number: 783787.
        Notes for JOHN E. ROBBINS and LAURA ANTOINETTE JOHNSTON:
        • 1900 census: Corning, Steuben Co., NY.
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