|Birth: ||1654, Scotland|
|Death: ||Feb. 19, 1720|
Andrew Robeson and his nephew Andrew Robeson my GF came to America in the 1600's. History reveals that Uncle Andrew was appointed the first Chief Justice and Andrew his nephew suceeded him when his Uncle died. My GF Andrew's wife proceeded him in death and is buried at Gloria Dei. Supposedly one of the oldest in the Cemetery. It is stated that the headstone has markings from bullets made during the Revolutionary War. Andrew died during the winter months while living in Douglasville PA and they were unable to carry him to where his wife Mary is buried. He is buried at St. Gabriels in what is known as the "burying grounds". This was usualy used for the persons of Quaker faith, also nicknamed "Friends". Because Andrew was a Swede being buried in a Quaker Cemetery it was stated "He was not a "Friend"".
Mary Helm Robeson (1666 - 1716)
"Removal from noise and care
this silent place I chose
When death should end my years
To take a sweet unpose.
Here in a peaceful place
my ashes must remain
My Savior shall me keep
and raise me up again."
"Here "A" "R" Lyeth ye Body of Andrew Robeson "Remember Death" who died Feb19 1719-20
Note: Wife buried at Gloria Dei Phil. Pa
Saint Gabriels Episcopal Church Cemetery
Created by: Jerry & Sherrell Robinso...
Record added: Feb 08, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24493793
Chief Justice, Andrew Robeson, JR. b 1654-1720 was one of the Justices of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. He was my 9x great grandfather. FOR DETAILS ABOUT OUR FAMILY, READ NOTES UNDER THE PICTURE OF THE BOOK I POSTED. I HOPE THIS HELPS WITH YOUR RESE...(Read more)|
Added: Nov. 30, 2013
We stand on the shoulders of giants. Rest until we meet on the other shore. Our 8th Great Grandfather|
Cecil-Wood Family Texas
Added: Jun. 5, 2013
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