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Gain Robinson Jr.

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Gain Robinson Jr.
Born in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Ma
Husband of — married in Bristol, Bristol, Ri
Died in E. Bridgewater, Plymouth, Ma
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Marriage 30 Mar 1749 Bristol, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States
Death 26 FEB 1778 E. Bridgewater, Plymouth, Ma
Burial: memorial stone, Mount Prospect Cemetery, Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA


Note: DAR #18543: Gain Robinson (1724-1778) served as a private in the militia. He was born in Bridgewater, where he died (of Small Pox)


Ancestry of William Dyer "The Abington Pioneer"

Author: Proceedings of the Dyer Accociation
Publication: Organized Sep.16,1911........Re-typed copy with index by Aurie W. Morrison 2004.

Vital Records of East Bridgewater, Plymouth, Mass.
Robinson Genealogy, Volume 2

Author: Robinson Genealogical Society
Publication: Boston: Spaulding-Moss Co., n.d.

Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books

Author: The Society, Washington, District of Columbia, Dc, 1896-1921
Publication: Harrisburg, Pa. Harrisburg Pub. Co. 166 Volumes

Memoirs of the Deceased Members of the NEHGS

Author: William Carrol Hill
Publication: NEHGR, Vol.101, Apr. 1947

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  • This person was created through the import of master 11_12.ged on 21 October 2010.
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This profile developed by merging Robinson-738 and Robinson-733 into Robinson-368


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