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Leland Gledhill Robison
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Birth: Jun. 11, 1893
Schenectady County
New York, USA
Death: Sep. 10, 1960
Cortland County
New York, USA

Robison, Leland G. 1893-1960 Groton NY Obituary

Leland G. Robison

GROTON --- Leland G. Robison, 67, of Groton died Tuesday night in Cortland Memorial Hospital after an extended illness.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, in the Alvin Booth Co. Funeral Home, Groton, with the Rev. Russell J. Clair, pastor of the First Congregational Church of Groton officiating. Burial will be in Hillington Cemetery, Morris.
He was born June 11, 1893, in Rotterdam, the son of Alanson and Kate (Gledhill) Robison.
Mr. Robison was for many years an inspector of sanitation in the New York City Department of Health, retiring in January, 1959. Before moving to the Cortland area, he had resided in New Lisbon and Garrattsville. He was a member of the Morris Masonic Lodge.
He is survived by his wife, Mercena Carter Robisobn; a son, Howard of Delhi; a daughter, Mrs. Donald Watrous, Scotia; and three grandchildren.
Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening. Masonic services will be held tonight.

Transcribed from The Mary Boice Gale Collection.
Family links: 
  Hazel Hubbard Robison (1893 - 1935)*
  Howard Alanson Robison (1913 - 2008)*
*Calculated relationship
Hillington Cemetery
Otsego County
New York, USA
Created by: Donna Davenport
Record added: Mar 29, 2013
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- Donna Davenport
 Added: Mar. 29, 2013

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