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From: "Pat Hammons" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Robbins/Matthews/Roberts surnames
Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2005 12:52:48 -0600
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A researcher on this list did a really nice thing, she looked up the death
cert. number for a Lorenzo Robbins (#9463) This will be in Bexar Co. Texas.
I have not sent for it yet. I am hoping this will be the Lorenzo that
married Sarah Jane Matthews. I don't know who this Lorenzo's parents are.
Sarah Jane's 2nd husband is said to be Wilkerson P. Roberts.

The other Lorenzo that I have is unvierifed and is Lorenzo P. Robbins born
in Williamson County Texas and married to Nannie Dee Rye. His Parents are
George Samuel Robbins (b. Ark) and Louise Guthrie. and to my knowledge
isn't my line.

But I also have other Robbin's from the South in a completely different
unrelated family line. It seems like the Robbins of Izard Co are harder to
find, probably because those are the ones I am looking for!!! ha ha


----- Original Message -----
From: "J/W Hobbs" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2005 12:25 PM
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Robbins/Matthews/Roberts surnames

> Hi Pat,
> We only have one Lorenzo Robbins (m. Sarah Jan Matthews) and wondered
> if you had anything new. We have looked at the Robbins/Robins families
> in Fulton & Izard Co. and can't find out enough to connect them.
> Which two families do you have with a Lorenzo Robbins?
> Jim and Wanda
> ==========================
> Pat Hammons wrote:
> >Has anyone any information on Lorenzo 'Wren' Robbins or his parents. He
> >married Sarah Jane Matthews, then she married Wilkerson P. Roberts, I
> >believe. I have 2 Lorenzo Robbins. From different families.
> >
> >Seems like they have ties to Izard Co and some to Fulton Co.
> >
> >Pat
> >
> >
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