Francis Robbins

Taken from:
Robbins, Francis
            Robbins, Francis p.o. Kirkwood Center, born in Steuben County in 1826, farmer, owns 42 acres; wife, Lucy Titus of Windsor, married in 1849; children, Nelson N. and Ella J., now Mrs. Riley Johnson of Corning, Steuben County. Parents, Ephraim and Lucretia (Newman) Robbins of Oneida County, settled in Windsor in 1816, moved to Steuben County then returned in 1840.

Legal - "The Binghamton Press" - Friday, August 3, 1906
            Pursuant to an order of Hon. Robert S. Parsons, Surrogate of the county of Broome, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the estate of Francis Robbins late of the city of Binghamton, in said county, deceased, that they are required to present the same with the vouchers there-of, to the undersigned executor of the will of said deceased, at the residence, No. 6 Pearne street, in the city of Binghamton, in said county on or before the 1st day of November, 1906.
Dated April 27, 1906
Nelson N. Robbins

W. M. HAND, Attorney for Executor.

           Mrs. Lucy Robbins died age 85, January 23, 1908, frozen to death, fire in wood stove went out. Her sister, Mrs. Rosetta Forsyth was found semi-conscious. Both widows addicted to morphine and were under the influence when found by Sperry Norton. They lived on Maine Road on a pension received by Mr. Robbins.

Catharine M. Bickle's Grave
Francis Robbins
(1826 - 1906)
Lucy S. Titus
(1824 - 1908)
West Windsor Cemetery
W. Windsor, Broome Co., NY.
Provided by: Anthony Patterson

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