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 Laurence Warren Robinson

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Laurence Warren Robinson

Birth
USA
Death
24 Jan 1959 (aged 75)
Davison County, South Dakota, USA
Burial
Parker, Turner County, South Dakota, USA
Memorial ID
99682096 View Source

Laurence was born to Richard Tremaine and Emma Frances (Fisher) Robinson.

Laurence married Myrtle Virginia Fisher on Jun. 28, 1911. Tremain Fisher and Ruth were born to this union.

Laurence married Helen Dudley on Mar. 17, 1924.

He was a member of the Yankyon College Glee Club and president of the Adolphia n Literary Society in 1907 and manager of the college "Student" the same year . In 1912 he purchased the Parker-Press Leader and published it until he bough t the Mitchell Gazette in 1920. He was president of the South Dakota Sunday Sc hool Association in 1916 and superintendent of the Congregational Sunday Schoo l at Mitchell in 1925. He was elected president of the South Dakota Press Asso ciation. In all matters religious, political and moral, he is prominent in S.D . In 1932, he owned a home in Parker. Was vice-president of the S.D. Automobi le Club, was a delegate from S.D. to the National Republican Convention at Chicago.

Laurence was born to Richard Tremaine and Emma Frances (Fisher) Robinson.

Laurence married Myrtle Virginia Fisher on Jun. 28, 1911. Tremain Fisher and Ruth were born to this union.

Laurence married Helen Dudley on Mar. 17, 1924.

He was a member of the Yankyon College Glee Club and president of the Adolphia n Literary Society in 1907 and manager of the college "Student" the same year . In 1912 he purchased the Parker-Press Leader and published it until he bough t the Mitchell Gazette in 1920. He was president of the South Dakota Sunday Sc hool Association in 1916 and superintendent of the Congregational Sunday Schoo l at Mitchell in 1925. He was elected president of the South Dakota Press Asso ciation. In all matters religious, political and moral, he is prominent in S.D . In 1932, he owned a home in Parker. Was vice-president of the S.D. Automobi le Club, was a delegate from S.D. to the National Republican Convention at Chicago.


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