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ROBINSON CREEK CLARKE(Oconee) CO GA BEF 1820

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ROBINSON CREEK CLARKE(Oconee) CO GA BEF 1820

Posted: 25 Apr 2010 2:10PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: ROBINSON, ALLEN, ALLIN, CROW
I just joined the Robinson surname e-mail list though I have been doing genealogy research for years and am currently subscribeD to other surname lists.
I am seeking to identify the Robinson (probably other spellings)lineage/family of Sarah/Sarah Robinson b.c. 1780-90 probably Georgia d. after 1870 Clarke County, Georgia. She married Philip Allen(Allin)Rev. Sol. b.c. 1760 Virginia d. c. 1834-1840 Clarke Co., Georgia, in 1819 in Clarke County, Georgia. He drew a pension under the Act of 1832.
In the early 1800's before 1820, Philip Allen owned land on Robinson Creek that would have fallen into Oconee County when it was formed from Clarke c. 1875. Philip Allen might have had a previous wife, another Sarah/Sara _?_ and older children and lived in Hancock County, Georgia, in the late 1700's which might have previously been Wilkes County. Philip Allen had apparently sold all of his land before his death and no estate records have been found naming his children. By 1850 the widow, Sarah Allen, and her children identified from the various census were in reduced circumstances and working the factories in the Athens area of Clarke County, Georgia.Frances Mary AnnAllen married James Crow in Clarke County, Georgia, c. 1846-1848.
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VivianCates50 25 Apr 2010 8:10PM GMT 
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