I just found out that your ancestor Jacques James Benjamin Robinson is my great-great-great-great grandfather. He had a son named Jean baptiste Robinson who married Angelique Villeneuve a canadian native in Argenteuil, Quebec.. They Moved to Hawkesbury, Ontario had resided there until their death. One of their sons, Joseph Robinson, also had a son named Joseph Robinson. They were living in the Treadwell-Plantagenet area, in Ontario (west of Hawkesbury) He married Elzire Hunault had they moved to Orleans where they bought land had were vegetable producers. Joseph and Elzire, my great grand-father on my father's side had 5 sons and one daughter. Their son Philias Theophile is my paternal grand-father . Another of their sons, Joseph Jr. is my great-grand-father on my mother's side. Both my parents are Robinsons and were related before getting married. Our branch of the Robinson family is French speaking had we mostly all live in the Navan area, just east of Ottawa. Many of my relatives were gardeners like my great-grand-father and sold their produce at the Byward and Parkdale Markets in Ottawa. Jacques James Benjamin Robinson was a freed black from Georgia USA. Born in 1780, he moved to Argenteuil Quebec where he married Marie Cecile Trotier, a woman of color in 1800. He died on jan 7 1851, and she died Oct. 10, 1850, both in Argenteuil, Quebec. I hope this helps you.