|Birth: ||Oct. 9, 1851, USA|
|Death: ||Aug. 17, 1935|
*Sister of US Rep. Alice Robertson; teacher and missionary to the Creek Indians; taught at the Tullahasse Mission and the Nuyaka Mission where she was superintendent.
Ann Augusta "Gusta" Robertson was born at the Tullahassee Mission, Creek Nation, IT, to Creek Indian missionaries, William Schenck Robertson and Ann Eliza Worcester, daughter of the Rev. Samuel Austin Worcester who worked at Park Hill with the Cherokee Indians. She had the following siblings: Alice Mary Robertson, US Rep. from OK (1921-23); Samuel Worcester Robertson and Grace R. Robertson Merriman, both of Santa Barbara, CA.
She married on 15 Apr 1877, (1) John H. Craig employed as a farmer at the Tullahassee Mission; they had one daugher, Alice Galloway, who only lived 7 1/2 mos. and was buried at the Mission burying ground at Park Hill, OK. John soon fell victim to tuberculosis and died.
She married on 20 Nov 1882 at Oswego, KS, (2) Judge Napoleon Bonaparte Moore (buried at Haskell Cem.) who was prominent in the affairs of the Creek Nation; they had no children. **See his gravesite for more information.
In 1908, she and her husband built a stone church in the town of Haskell, OK, in honor of her parents, called "Robertson Memorial Chapel." After, the death of her husband she traveled extensively.
William Schenk Robertson (1820 - 1881)
Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson (1826 - 1905)
Napoleon Bonaparte Moore (1828 - 1911)
John H. Craig (____ - 1880)*
Alice Galloway Craig (1879 - 1880)*
Ann Augusta Robertson Moore (1851 - 1935)
Alice Robertson (1854 - 1931)*
Grace L Robertson Merriman (1856 - 1934)*
Dora Platt Robertson (1863 - 1864)*
William Henry Robertson (1866 - 1867)*
John Orr Robertson (1866 - 1867)*
Created by: Alice P.
Record added: Sep 15, 2004
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