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From: "James K Shelton" <>
Subject: Re: [MOMILLER] Emma Robinett
Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2007 08:44:38 -0600
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I found him on 1930 census and the kids I never heard of
before, thought I might run down the kids and see if any info

Jim K
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Subject: Re: [MOMILLER] Emma Robinett


>
> How interesting...The only other Sherman I found was Ervin Sherman who
> married the two Eva's, but I didn't think he had any other wives.
> However...I
> looked at that death certificate and Emma's husband Sherman was born in
> 1866...same year as Ervin Sherman! I think it must be the same guy
> although when I
> spoke to his son several years ago, he didn't mention another wife. I
> think
> the 2nd Eva died in 1843...is that correct? Emma died in 1845, so she
> and
> Sherman wouldn't have been married very long.
>
> This Robinett search of yours is making me feel very old! The guy who
> gave
> the information on Emma's DC, Lee Asa, was an old friend of my folks.
> The
> Dr., Myron Jones delivered my siblings and myself!.
>
> Peg
>
>
>
>
> I found a death certificate for Emma Robinett Jan 1881-May 1945. It
> lists
> her husband as Sherman. Merrill Robinett and Stella Workman were married
> in
> 1903, so their son, Sherman wouldn't be of the right generation.
>
>
>
> Emma's maiden name was Jones, daughter of Lou Jones and Drew Ann Blunt.
> She
> was born in Zebra and lived in Brumley when she died.
>
>
>
> I hesitate to ask, but does anyone have another Sherman?
>
>
>
> Nancy T
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