I'm looking for Robins/Robbins families that migrated to the Mid-West in America in the 1700/1800s

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in Genealogy Help by James Robins G2G Rookie (190 points)
edited by James Robins
With so little information provided as to names, 'from' state and 'to' state, it's difficult for anyone to assist.  
You should try the free search tool at  https://familysearch.org/

For example, just plugging in Robbins >residence OH > 1780- 1820

resulted in 5,621 results! with Robbins from KY, NC, MA, CT, NY, Wales, England etc.
Good Luck
Thanks!  Unfortunately, I don't have specific names, at this time. I was
just trying to see if there were possible options.  The search you
provided will help immensely.

Jim Robins

1 Answer

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My mom's maiden name was Robbins. Her Father Was George Thomas Robbins who Married Minnie Pattengale in 1898. You may contact me if you wish
by Michael Mills G2G Crew (320 points)
I have a Tree of Robbins from  Wales England to NC to SC, Al, MS, Ar, Missouri. It starts with Ian Robbins 1712 Wales, England. Richard Robbins, b Wales England, Died 1786 Randolph, NC. His son 1730 Swansea , Wales England lost at sea 1799 off NC, Carolina.

One son was Levi born 1791 but can't find any other info but everything on down the line puts him in my tree. Can't find any real facts outside of his Parents but no spouse, no birth ,death,or family. You can contact me if you like


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