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Pleasant Robinson and Rhoda McNeely

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Re: Pleasant Robinson and Rhoda McNeely

Posted: 28 Oct 2013 7:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
Sorry, there is not enough information here to pursue. Names alone are not enough. Dates and places must be included as well. Not sure, but the Turnbo Tales are about people who once lived in Arkansas. Here’s an Arkansas family to pursue or eliminate. And they had a son named William. See NAMES, DATES, and PLACES below.

Pleasant Robinson (or Robertson?), b. 1823 White County, Tennessee; died 1864 from combat wounds in the U.S. Civil War (Confederate Side) at the battle of Poison Springs, Arkansas.
m. Abt. 1845 to Louanna Jane Bohannon, b. 1822 White County, Tennessee.

Their Children: (There might be more children.)

i. Mary Elizabeth Robinson, b. 1846, Arkansas.
ii. James Taylor Robinson, b. 1843, Missouri.
iii. Francis Marion Robinson, b. 1847, Arkansas.
iv. Mary Elizabeth Robinson, b. 1849, Arkansas.
v. Elijah J. Robinson, b. 1853, Arkansas.
vi. William Pleasant Robinson, b. 1857, Arkansas.
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Kelly Johnson 27 Oct 2013 12:45PM GMT 
Barry_Ashby44 29 Oct 2013 1:53AM GMT 
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