Mike’s Genealogy Blog

David Robbins and Ann Walsh

Posted by mikegen48 on May 13, 2010

David Robbins was born about 1775 in Northampton County, North Carolina. He died about 1866 in Gillespie County, Texas.
David married Ann Walsh in 1798 in North Carolina. Ann was born in 1779 in Beaufort County, North Carolina. She died about 1856 in Gillespie County, Texas.
They had the following children:

David Robbins was born in 1800 in Beaufort County, North Carolina. He died during 1830 in Chesterfield County, Virginia.
Frank Robbins was born circa 1803 in North Carolina. He died in 1898 in Virginia.
Arthur Robbins was born in 1807 in Beaufort County, North Carolina. He died in 1865 in Chesterfield County, Virginia.
Benjamin Robbins was born in 1811 in North Carolina. He died during 1865 in Virginia.
Nicholas Robbins was born about 1814 in Beaufort County, North Carolina. He died on 1 Jan 1874 in Chesterfield County, Virginia.
Christina Robbins was born about 1817 in Texas. She died in 1823 in Gillespie County, Texas.
Nathan Robbins was born in 1819 in Gillespie County, Texas. He died during 1853 in Chesterfield County, Virginia.
Jane Robbins was born about 1822 in Texas. She died in 1879 in Virginia.
Helen Robbins was born on 13 Oct 1825 in Gillespie County, Texas. She died on 19 Feb 1887 in Virginia.
Frances Robbins was born about 1829 in Texas. She died in 1871 in Virginia.
Charlotte J. Robbins was born in 1832 in Texas. She died in 1908 in Rhode Island.

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