|Death: ||Mar. 23, 1693|
William Robinson appears first in Concord, Massachusetts, but soon after that in Newton, Massachusetts, as a signer of the secession petition, in 1678. He is also found of record in both Cambridge and Watertown. His will, made March 22, 1693, offered for probate June 26 of the same year, was disallowed because of informalities. All of his children, except Hannah, were then living. His wife's name was Elizabeth Cutter, and their children were: Elizabeth, born 27 May 1669 in Concord and married, December 20, 1693, Daniel Gregory (1672-1736) the original Scottish immigrant of the Gregory family of America, she died 2 Jan 1749 in Framingham; Hannah, born July 13, 1671, in Concord, died in Cambridge, October 5, 1672; William, born July 10, 1673 in Newton became the founder of Auburndale and married Elizabeth Upham (1678-1747) daughter Lt Phineas Upham (1635-78) and Ruth Wood (1635-93) on Mar 3 1741, he died Jan 28 1754 in Newton; Mercy, born August 7, 1676 in Watertown married Nathaniel Whitney (1675-1730) on 7 Nov 1695, she died 31 Dec 1740 in Watertown; David, born May 23, 1678 in Newton, died Dec 7, 1773 in Newton; Samuel, born April 20, 1680 in Cambridge went on to be the tavern owner in Cambridge Square from (1714-20) and married Sarah Manning (1681-1709) on Mar 23 1703 and had 3 children then married Elizabeth Brigham, he died Apr 24, 1724 in Westboro; Jonathan, born April 20, 1680 in Cambridge married Ruth Morse (1684-1759), daughter of Jonathan Morse and Abigail Shattuck, she died Feb 18 1754 in Lexington. From William Robinson came many prominent and leading families of this nation.
Elizabeth Cutter Robinson (1643 - 1692)*
Mercy Robinson Whitney (1676 - 1730)*
Samuel Robinson (1680 - 1728)*
Jonathan Robinson (1680 - 1754)*
Old Burying Ground
Created by: Douglas Robinson
Record added: Jan 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47300519
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