- Clement E and Hazel A Dickson with Grandson David (41 KB)
Clement E and Hazel A (Bassett) Dickson holding months old Grandson Dave Robison in front of the duplex at 32-34 Tyler Street, Springfield, MA in the Spring of 1953
- Samuel and Mollie Robison (19 KB)
Samuel Coleman Robison and his wife Mary "Mollie" Hardin Robison.Mollie's father was captured by Yankee forces in the Civil War and died in a POW camp in Rock Island Illinois in 1864.
- Robison Siblings 1942 (389 KB)
Children of Erskin Coleman Robison March 1942, Standing L to R: Mary Pettus, Samuel Pinckney, Martha Lynn, Cecil Lee, Ruth Irene; Seated L to R: Ruth Irene, Fred Allen, Sarah Elizabeth and James "Hub" Herbert
- James and Caroline Peace (12 KB)
James Pinkney Peace I and his wife Caroline Rebecca (Temple) Peace
- Erskin Coleman Robison (137 KB)
Great Grandfather Erskin Coleman Robison ca 1910
- Cecil Lee Robison's Residence (43 KB)
Residence at 519 E 6th Street, Anniston, AL
- Dave and Diane Robison about 1955 (47 KB)
Dave and Diane Robison sitting for a photo around 1955
- Gilma Robertson Dunn (54 KB)
Gilma Robertson Dunn (1873-1954) was widowed in 1918 when her husband, a successful businessman in Evergreen, Alabama was hit by a train while driving out of town to pick up a nurse to care for a member of his household who was sick with influenza.He died 2 days later.His tombstone in Evergreen, Alabama is engraved: "Death Loves a Shining Mark".Gilma never remarried. She died in Fitchburg, Massachusetts where she lived with her daughter Mary V Dunn Robison (1903-1970) and is buried next to her husband in Evergreen, Alabama.
- Isaac and Mehitabel (Makepeace) Bassett and Family (13 KB)
A photo of the original Vital Records at Norton, MA Town Hall showing the marriage of Isaac andMehitabel and all the children born to them in Norton, MA
- With Grandpa and Grammma Dickson (41 KB)
Grandpa Clement and Gramma Hazel holding Dave Robison in front of the duplex at 32-34 Tyler Street, Springfield, MA (Spring 1953)
- Richard Grantham's Revolutionary War Pension (135 KB)
Richard Grantham (1754-1846) was an ancestor to many lines including Robison/Robinson/Robertson.This statement indicates he qualified for an annual stipend of $86 for serving 6 months as a private and 18 months as a corporal.He was paid here for 2 years of arrears back to 1831 ($172) and a semi-annual payment ($43) for a period ending 4 Sept 1833 totalling $215.
- William Basset "Juner" and Lydia Fisher (19 KB)
The original document showing the marriage intentions of William Basset Juner (William Bassett Junior?) and Lydia Fisher from the Vital Records at Norton, MA
- Dave Robison (23 KB)
8 Month old Dave Robison
- The twins!Emily and Elyssa Fish (66 KB)
Born 23 April 2003 during a blackout at Cortland Hospital in Cortland, New York, Emily and Elyssa Fish are the sisters of Nick Fish and the daughters of Jim and Jennifer Lillie Fish.
- Enfield Mfg, Co., Enfield, MA late 19th Century (25 KB)
The site of a woolen goods manufacturer in Enfield, MA, late 1800's.This is likely to be where the Tuggey's worked as they were loom operators in woolen mills according to census records.
- "Granny" Robison with Diane and Dave Robison (29 KB)
"Granny" Robison with Diane and Dave on the front porch of the duplex at 32-34 Tyler Street, Springfield, MA
- Lt Cmdr Eugene "Buddy" Robertson Dunn (32 KB)
Uncle Buddy retired from the US Navy as a Lieutenant Commander.For a period of time, he was the pilot who shuttled Bob Hope to bases in Panama and other locations.His family treasures Christmas cards sent to him by Bob Hope.
- Dunn-Fairley-Bonner Home Sept 2001 (21 KB)
The Dunn-Fairley-Bonner Home in Camden, Wilcox County, AL is the oldest residence in Alabama. Built as a 2 story log cabin by Thomas Dunn around 1825, it is currently under reconstruction by the Wilcox County Historical Commission
- Richard B Russell, Jr (4 KB)
US Senator Richard Brevard Russell, Jr was a distant cousin of mine (4th cousin 6 times removed!) who had a distinguished public career including Governor of Georgia (1931-1933) and Senator (1933-1971).The Richard B Russell Senate Office Building houses a lifesize statue of him that was dedicated on Jan 24, 1996.
- Clement E Dickson ca 1900 (10 KB)
A great photo of Clement E Dickson (1888-1955)
- Clement E with son, Clement A Dickson (36 KB)
Clement E Dickson holding his son, Clement A Dickson
- Joseph B andFrances M (Bailey) Tuggey (58 KB)
Joseph B Tuggey (1847-1923) emigrated to the US in 1850, married Frances Marion Bailey (1846-1924) of Mexico, NY on 22 April 1869 in Oswego, NY.Joseph worked as a loom operator in textile mills throughout his life accounting for his bent posture.They lived for a time in Enfield, MA, the current site of Quabbin Reservoir near Ware, MA.
- Erskin and Linnie Otto Peace Robison (12 KB)
Erskin Coleman Robison and his wife Linnie Otto Peace Robison, the parents of Cecil Lee Robison and his 7 siblings.Cecil was the father of Henry Dunn Robison, the grandfather of David and Diane Robison, greatgandfather of Matthew, Mark and Kimberly Robison and Jennifer Lillie Fish, Christine Lillie and Samantha Rae Lillie.