|Birth: ||Feb. 7, 1897|
|Death: ||Jan. 10, 1983|
Charlie Monroe Robinson was born February 7, 1897 in Bowie, Texas (Montague County), son of Samuel Washington Robinson (1861-1938) and Sarah Elizabeth Powers (1862-1924).
The 1900 Federal Census for Cloud Chief, Oklahoma (Washita County) shows Charlie M. Robinson, age 3, born February 1897 in Texas; living with his father, Sam W. Robinson, a farmer, age 38, born June 1861 in Arkansas; and his mother, Sarah E., age 38, born February 1862 in Arkansas. Also living in the household were Charlies' siblings: Sam Robinson, a farm laborer, age 16, born March 1884 in Arkansas; Sarah A. Robinson, age 14, born March 1886 in Arkansas; Warner Robinson, age 11, born January 1889 in Texas; Merietta Robinson, age 8, born December 1891 in Texas; William J. Robinson, age 5, born October 1894 in Texas; and Minnie Robinson, age 11 months, born August 1899 in Oklahoma.
The World War I Draft Registration Cards shows that Charlie Monroe Robinson registered for the draft on June 5, 1918 in Cordell, Oklahoma (Washita County). He gave his birthdate as February 7, 1897; his birthplace as Montague County, Texas; his father's birthplace as Sharp County, Arkansas; and his current address as Rocky, Oklahoma.
On December 29, 1928 in Sayre, Oklahoma (Beckham County), Charlie married Ina Mae McBride, who was born May 23, 1907 in Pattonville, Texas (Lamar County), daughter of Jim McBride and Dora Tucker.
The 1940 Federal Census for Otter Creek, Oklahoma (Kiowa County) shows Charlie Monroe Robinson, a farmer, age 43, born in Texas; and his wife, Ina, age 33, born in Texas. Living with them were three children: C. M. Robinson, age 9; B. W. Robinson, age 7; and Leo Walter Robinson, age 4; all born in Oklahoma.
Obituary, The Oklahoman, January 12, 1983
Charlie M. Robinson, age 85, Oklahoma City, passed away Monday, January 10, 1983, after a long illness, at South Community Hospital. He was a veteran in the U.S. Army during World War I and was a member of the Salem Baptist Church. He had been a resident of Oklahoma City since 1955.
Survivors include his wife Ina of the home; three sons, C.M. of Chickasha, Bruce and Walt both of Oklahoma City; two sisters, Merietta Wilburn of Clinton and Minnie Cook of Oklahoma City; seven grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday January 12, at Hunter Memory Chapel, Oklahoma City, with burial in Resthaven Memory Gardens.
Samuel Washington Robinson (1861 - 1938)
Sarah Elizabeth Powers Robinson (1862 - 1924)
Ina Mae McBride Robinson (1907 - 1985)*
Bruce Robinson (1933 - 2001)*
Samuel Kimbrell Robinson (1884 - 1963)*
Sarah Ann Robinson (1886 - 1970)*
Warner R. Robinson (1889 - 1964)*
Marietta May Robinson Wilburn (1890 - 1984)*
William Jasper Robinson (1894 - 1972)*
Charlie Monroe Robinson (1897 - 1983)
Jesse Terlie Robinson (1902 - 1978)*
Resthaven Gardens Cemetery
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