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1 Adams Sentinel, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 23 June 1851.
Tragedy in Kentucky. The Frnkfort Commonwealth gives an account of a tragic affair at Boonesville, Owsley county, Kentucky on the 12th of May last. There had been some difficulty between Wm. Moore, John Moore and John Reece, brothers-in-law in relation to the division of some property. On that day they met in the open street and had some conversation which resulted in blows. The two Moores attacked Reece with sticks and stones, and he defended himself with a large butcher knife with which he stabbed his assailants in such a manner that they died in about ten hours. The deceased each left a wife and family. Reece was severely beaten, but is expected to recover.

Text from from the Owsley County History and Genealogy Society website -- http://www.owsleykyhist.net/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=2
which is not longer a supported URL. 
Moore, William (I52)
 
2 Adams Sentinel, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 23 June 1851.
Tragedy in Kentucky. The Frnkfort Commonwealth gives an account of a tragic affair at Boonesville, Owsley county, Kentucky on the 12th of May last. There had been some difficulty between Wm. Moore, John Moore and John Reece, brothers-in-law in relation to the division of some property. On that day they met in the open street and had some conversation which resulted in blows. The two Moores attacked Reece with sticks and stones, and he defended himself with a large butcher knife with which he stabbed his assailants in such a manner that they died in about ten hours. The deceased each left a wife and family. Reece was severely beaten, but is expected to recover.

Text from from the Owsley County History and Genealogy Society website -- http://www.owsleykyhist.net/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=2
which is not longer a supported URL. 
Moore, John (I117)
 
3 Death certificate states burial at Highland but gives no other information about location. I can find no entry for him on Find a Grave Bowles, Charles Sanders (I190)
 
4 Edward Robinson
US Civil War pension index.
widow Mary T. Robinson
minor: John M. Robinson, Gdn.
Service: Company B, 7th Kentucky Infantry.
claim for invalid: 21 Jan 1887
claim for widow: 20 Feb 1890
cliaim for minor: 26 Aug 1898.


Text from Ancestry:
My husbands Aunt Helen (Kratzer) Davis who was born in 1913 and just celebrated her 100th birthday in June 2013, and lives in California. She worked on her family genealogy many years ago, she knew how much I was interested in our family tree and she so graciously gave me her handy work a few years ago and it has been so helpful in my search. There has been a few in Ancestry that get the parents for Edward George Robinson mixed up, and I hope this can clear some of the confusion.

Aunt Helens grandfather Edward George Robinson "Ned" as he was called by the family was the son of Julius Robinson and Elizabeth McDaniel. Aunt Helen said they always called her Granny Beth. The McDaniels and Robinson's came from North Carolina, they wereScotch-Irish. Later they moved to Kentucky and made their home there. Granny Beth made her home most of the time with her son Edward and his family. She was a Herb doctor and nurse, she would always walk from house to house nursing the ones in need. She had been thrown from a horse, and left one leg badly injured, she would never ride a horse after that, and would walk every where.

Sandra (Mostek) Kratzer
9/23/2013

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The story Helen (Kratzer) Davis wrote about her grandfather and entered her story in her little book on the Robinson family, I will share. Her nephew David Kratzer inherited her little book in 2012 that was given to him by his cousin James Davis. Jim is the son of Helen. I wish Helen had put a year down when she entered her stories in the little book. I do know she wrote most of her stories when she was living with her married daughter in California. Today, 2013, she lives in Antelope Valley Care Center, in Lancaster, California. On June 14, 2013 she will be 100 years old. Helen has Alzheimer's Disease and does not recognize her family. Her little book with the pretty rose floral cover hold precious small stories that we will always treasure.

Edward was a Union Soldier in Kentucky. In the 7th Army Regiment, Co. B. Fought in the Civil War, from 1861-1864. Met his wife Mary Tennessee Phipps, while serving in the Army for 3 years. Grandfather Edward was injured in one of the battles. He died at the age of 46 in 1888, leaving a wife and 10 children. He died 4 months before his youngest child was born. Edward was buried in the Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery. The church had bought a large Tomb Stone for his grave, honoring a Civil War Veteran. The Robinson family attended the Macedonia Baptist Church. Mary Tennessee Phipps was married at the age of 14 to Edward George Robinson. They had 13 children. Their home was in Berea, Kentucky. Their first son was born in the year 1867. Thomas Robinson. 
Robinson, Edward George (I18)
 
5 Find a Grave gives birth date as 7 March 1971 Moore, Esther Frances (I112)
 
6 Find a Grave gives date of death as 15 Aug 1973 which is same date as his wife, Eva.
Kentucky death index gives date of death as 8 June 1981. 
Bowles, Luther (I191)
 
7 From Ancestry family tree by kratz74
My husbands Aunt Helen (Kratzer) Davis who was born in 1913 and just celebrated her 100th birthday in June 2013, and lives in California. She worked on her family genealogy many years ago, she knew how much I was interested in our family tree and she so graciously gave me her handy work a few years ago and it has been so helpful in my search. There has been a few in Ancestry that get the parents for Edward George Robinson mixed up, and I hope this can clear some of the confusion.

Aunt Helens grandfather Edward George Robinson "Ned" as he was called by the family was the son of Julius Robinson and Elizabeth McDaniel. Aunt Helen said they always called her Granny Beth. The McDaniels and Robinson's came from North Carolina, they wereScotch-Irish. Later they moved to Kentucky and made their home there. Granny Beth made her home most of the time with her son Edward and his family. She was a Herb doctor and nurse, she would always walk from house to house nursing the ones in need. She had been thrown from a horse, and left one leg badly injured, she would never ride a horse after that, and would walk every where.

Sandra (Mostek) Kratzer
9/23/2013 
McDaniel, Elizabeth (I140)
 
8 From Ancestry family tree by kratz74
This story that I'm about to write comes from our dear Aunt Helen (Kratzer) Davis. In June 2013 Helen will turn 100 years old. Helen is living in Antelope Valley Care Center in Lancaster, California. Helen's mother was Mary Jane Robinson..Mary was a sister to Sarah (Robinson) Wilson. Helen some time back wrote small stories of what she could remember about the Robinson Family and entered her stories in a book that we inherited...and I now am sharing with Ancestry members.

Sarah was married, don't know the husbands name. Sarah and her husband never had children. It was said that Sarah never had a pleasant marriage. Sarah's husband left one day and never returned. No one ever saw him, or knew him, or knew where he went to. Sarah was not feeling very good, every day she seemed to be worse. Rose and Pearly (Sarah's sisters) came to help with Sarah. Sarah finally got to be bedfast, her coughing was very bad. One evening Sarah said she was hungry...Rose then peeled some peaches, sliced them and filled a bowl for Sarah. Sarah ate all the peaches and said that they tasted so good, she smiled at the sisters and her mother she gave a big smile...then took her last breath. They really did not know what Sarah's illness was. The doctor said that it could be Tuberculosis. 
Robinson, Sarah Elizabeth (I20)
 
9 From Ancestry family tree of kratz74
"This story comes from our dear Aunt Helen (Kratzer) Davis. Helen in June 2013 will be 100 years old. Her mother was Mary Jane Robinson. Mary Jane is the sister of Joel Robinson. Aunt Helen some time back wrote some small stories of what she could remember about the Robinson Family and entered her stories in a book that we inherited....

Both boys left home soon after their mother (Mary Tennessee (Phipps) Robinson) passed away in 1898. They had always said that they would leave home, after their mother died. Both boys were teenagers when they left. They did not know where they were going, and if they had known they would not tell anyone. One day a friend of Jewel (Another sister of Joel) told her, that a friend of hers told her that when she was visiting in Arizona, she had met a man by the name of Joel Robinson. Jewel's husband had died, so Jewel said that she was going brother hunting. Jewel left and found Joel in Arizona. Joel then told Jewel that he was married and found his wife in Mexico. They had a daughter. Jewel did not see his wife or daughter while she was in Arizona. Jewel had asked Joel about Daniel, and Joel said he did not know where Dan was, or never heard from him. He just left without telling him where he was going." 
Robinson, Joel (I28)
 
10 From Ancestry family tree of kratz74
"This story comes from our dear Aunt Helen (Kratzer) Davis. Helen in June 2013 will be 100 years old. Her mother was Mary Jane Robinson. Mary Jane is the sister of Joel Robinson. Aunt Helen some time back wrote some small stories of what she could remember about the Robinson Family and entered her stories in a book that we inherited....

Both boys left home soon after their mother (Mary Tennessee (Phipps) Robinson) passed away in 1898. They had always said that they would leave home, after their mother died. Both boys were teenagers when they left. They did not know where they were going, and if they had known they would not tell anyone. One day a friend of Jewel (Another sister of Joel) told her, that a friend of hers told her that when she was visiting in Arizona, she had met a man by the name of Joel Robinson. Jewel's husband had died, so Jewel said that she was going brother hunting. Jewel left and found Joel in Arizona. Joel then told Jewel that he was married and found his wife in Mexico. They had a daughter. Jewel did not see his wife or daughter while she was in Arizona. Jewel had asked Joel about Daniel, and Joel said he did not know where Dan was, or never heard from him. He just left without telling him where he was going." 
Robinson, Daniel (I150)
 
11 From Ancestry family tree of kratz74
This story was written by our Aunt Helen (Kratzer) Davis. She was the daughter of Mary Jane (Robinson) Kratzer and a neice to

Pearlee. I can't remember the year when aunt Helen started writing her stories about the Robinson and Tankersley families. She entered her small stories in a book, with a pretty Rose pattern cover. Helen's nephew Dave Kratzer inherited this wonderful keepsake. Our dear aunt Helen on the 14th of June 2013 will be 100 years old. Helen has Alzheimer's Disease and does not recognize any of her family. She lives in Antelope Valley Care Center in Lancaster, California. We treasure her few words and want to share with Ancestry family members.

Helen wrote in one of her short stories, that her mother Mary Jane (Robinson) Kratzer always said that George Asher (Pearlee's husband) was the best looking man in town. Helen wrote in her story that one day we recieved a call from Aunt Rose (Pearlee's sister) she said she had been awakened by a bell ringing. It was the door bell, a telegram from George Asher. Pearlee had passed away during child birth of a son, the baby boy died also. Aunt Rose almost fainted at the door. Aunt Rose called her sister Mary Jane (Robinson) Kratzer right away. Uncle George had waited a week before he called the family about the news of Pearlee. George stayed in his home, and raised the two boys. He saw that they had a good education. 
Robinson, Paralee (I26)
 
12 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/100263204/edward-george-robinson Robinson, Edward George (I18)
 
13 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/101726920/mary-jane-kratzer Robinson, Mary Jane (I87)
 
14 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/10219932/ray-watkins Watkins, Raymond (I185)
 
15 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/10219936/fannie-watkins Hurley, Fannie (I180)
 
16 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/102910347/william-blake Blake, William (I135)
 
17 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/102910510/stacy-moore_blake Smith, Anastasia Stacy (I6)
 
18 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/103281869/elias-moore Moore, Elias (I77)
 
19 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/103282012/celia-moore Reynolds, Celia (I78)
 
20 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/10332013/charley-b-hurley

Sectiion A 
Hurley, Charley B. (I175)
 
21 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/10405989/elizabeth-truett Moore, Elizabeth (I64)
 
22 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/10464611/edward-hurley Hurley, Edward (I176)
 
23 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/10464613/addie-hurley Unknown, Addie (I183)
 
24 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/106378800/sarah-ellen-spivey Anderson, Sarah Ellen (I196)
 
25 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/107603299/mark-asher Asher, Mark (I86)
 
26 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/110899692/edna-eva-robinson Robinson, Edna Eva (I5)
 
27 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/110899837/porter-robinson Robinson, Porter (I10)
 
28 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/111894460/esther-francis-hall Moore, Esther Frances (I112)
 
29 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/11271874/granville-g_-black

Section B 
Black, Granville George (I187)
 
30 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/11271879/ruth-h_-black

Section B 
Hurley, Ruth (I182)
 
31 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/118507288/edward-t_-reynolds Reynolds, Edward (I116)
 
32 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/118549455/charles-keith-clark Clark, Charles Keith (I138)
 
33 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/118549570/jewell-ruth-clark Robinson, Jewell Ruth (I137)
 
34 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/118552365/mary-tennessee-robinson Phipps, Mary Tennessee (I19)
 
35 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/11922934/william-h-hurley

Sectino E 
Hurley, William H. (I174)
 
36 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/11922936/malissa-belle-hurley

Section E 
Moore, Malissa Belle (I111)
 
37 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/11922948/chester-a-hurley

Section E 
Hurley, Chester (I181)
 
38 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/11922950/sallie-t-hurley

Section E 
Unknown, Sallie T. (I186)
 
39 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/11922984/maggie-hurley

Section E 
Hurley, Maggie (I177)
 
40 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/120096994/harvey-hall-rice Rice, Harvey Hall (I94)
 
41 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/122012561/laura-hayes Robinson, Laura (I89)
 
42 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/122577326/charles-wilson-kratzer

Lot 690, Section 3, Space 2 
Kratzer, Charles Wilson (I88)
 
43 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/126464244/judith-caroline-reynolds Moore, Judith Caroline (I56)
 
44 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/126917806/boyd-sibert Sibert, Boyd (I218)
 
45 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/126917819/florence-sibert Mayfield, Florence (I219)
 
46 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/126917879/kenneth-anderson Anderson, Kenneth (I222)
 
47 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/126917886/jackie-anderson Sibert, Jackie E. M. (I221)
 
48 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/130025764/samuel-phipps Phipps, Samuel (I29)
 
49 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/13084509/elsie-moore Nickell, Elsie (I93)
 
50 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/13084513/charlie-b_-moore Moore, Charles B. (I92)
 

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