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Robinett - Wiannce

Robinett - Wiannce

Posted: 13 Apr 2012 5:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Am searching for any information on the following people listed in the 1880 Census. Especially searching for husband of Mary E Robinett, maiden name was Wiannce.

Name: Ann Wiannce
Residence: Rocky Gap, Bland, Virginia
Birthdate: 1817
Birthplace: Virginia, United States
Relationship to Head: Self
Spouse's Name:
Spouse's Birthplace:
Father's Name:
Father's Birthplace: Virginia, United States
Mother's Name:
Mother's Birthplace: Virginia, United States
Race or Color (Expanded): White
Ethnicity (Standardized): American
Gender: Female
Martial Status: Widowed
Age (Expanded): 63 years
Occupation: Keeping House
NARA Film Number: T9-1356
Page: 368
Page Character: A
Entry Number: 1922
Film number: 1255356
Household Gender Age
Ann Wiannce F 63
Mary E. Wiannce F 5
Mary E. Robinett F 39
James P. Robinett M 19
John M. Robinett M 4

Re: Robinett - Wiannce

Posted: 5 Nov 2012 8:53AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi,
The surname is Wimmer, not Wiannce. Ann Robinett married a Jacob Wimmer-see 1860 Tazewell Co, VA census. Ann Robinett was the daughter of Daniel Robinett and Esther Waddle. Mary E. Robinett appears to the the illegitmate daughter of Ann.
Here is the family in 1850 Tazewell:
1850 Western District, Tazewell Co, VA M432 979 P233a D244 F244
Robinet, Danl 60 1790 VA Farmer
Robinet, Easter 64 1786 VA
Robinet, John R. 48 1802 VA
Robinet, Jas. P. 23 1827 VA
Robinet, Ann 32 1818 VA
Robinet, Prudence 21 1829 VA
Robinet, Mary E. 10 1840 VA

Looking at that census, Mary E. could only belong to Ann: Easter is too old and Prudence too young.

Hope this helps,
Janie

Re: Robinett - Wiannce

Posted: 7 Nov 2012 3:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
THANK YOU!!!!!! You nailed it. I have been following up on your information and everything fits perfectly. That little breakthrough was exactly what we needed. The WIANNCE drove us crazy.

Re: Robinett - Wiannce

Posted: 7 Nov 2012 7:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Wonderful!!! Glad I could help!. A good point to remember; always look at the original document when you can because of transcriptions errors.
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