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Bald Eagle Burying Ground

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Re: Bald Eagle Burying Ground

Posted: 22 Oct 2012 5:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Robison, Robinson, Rupert
Thank you. It seems that both the Rupert Family and my Robison family were working in the same type of work in the iron ore furnaces, moving with the work when needed. Margaret Rupert Robison, the wife of William Rupert, was my great-great grandfather's sister. He was a teamster for a time (led a team of horses to haul timber). I enjoyed the Rupert Family history especially the facts about the oxen team. It sounds like hard physical work back then, everyone working to save up to buy a farm. My William Robison moved to West Virginia and bought a farm as well.
Who can I credit this information to? I like to source everything I come by. Your Mother obviously put a lot of work into the Rupert history and family tree.
Don't know that I will make it back to Carter County. We did enjoy our trip in 2003. We visited the caves and nearby state park as well as the cemetery and library. It's a beautiful area.
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Kelly_Nupp 6 Jun 2003 1:18AM GMT 
Kelly_Nupp 7 Jun 2003 12:51AM GMT 
MaryLittleton... 8 Jun 2003 5:28PM GMT 
Kelly_Nupp 8 Jun 2003 6:31PM GMT 
cmcglone75 20 Oct 2012 1:50AM GMT 
kellynupp87 20 Oct 2012 10:17PM GMT 
cmcglone75 22 Oct 2012 9:26PM GMT 
cmcglone75 22 Oct 2012 9:27PM GMT 
cmcglone75 22 Oct 2012 9:27PM GMT 
kellynupp87 22 Oct 2012 11:58PM GMT 
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