Re: ROBINS in Monmouth, Middlesex & Hunterdon Cos, NJ
Thanks for all the information. I understand your search much better now.
Since there are two places in NJ called Greenwich, one in Cumberland Co. & one in Sussex Co., I assumed you were inquiring about the Robert Robins who died in Greenwich Cumberland Co. on Feb.16,1715/16. His only child Lattin died young so there were no descendants. I don't know how your Robert of Sussex Co. connects to the Robins family.
I have no idea how & even if your Margaret Sharps connects to my Sharp family. I'm a descendant of Isaac Sharp. He came to Salem Co. ca 1702 & returned to Ireland in 1726. He died there in 1735 leaving his family in southern NJ.
You are better informed than I am about Hannah Potter. I don't know if she was a Mead or Hawes. I've never researched the Potters. I have wondered about the surname Child for William's wife Frances. Is Child correct?
Regarding our ancestor William Potter, Barbara W. Pitcher wrote an article about him published in 1988 titled, "Father, Farmer, Churchman, Sinner." You must have read it but thought I'd mention it for anyone else who may be interested.