Contributed by: Peggy Heard
Elizabeth FORD ROBBINS
"The Mullins Enterprise" 1959
"Mrs. J.A. Robbins, Marion Co. Native, Dies in Seneca"
"Mrs. Elizabeth Ford Robbins, 80, died Tuesday morning, May 26, in
Seneca at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C.H. Richardson, with whom
she had lived twenty-six years.
Funeral services are to be held today (Thursday) at 10:30 o'clock at
the Kemper Baptist Church, conducted by the Rev. James E. Porter, Jr.
Burial will follow in the Hayes Family Cemetery. The body will lie
instate from 9:30 until the hour of the services.
Mrs. Robbins was born in Marion County, a daughter of the late Hardy
and Fannie Lupo Ford, and was the widow of the late J.A. Robbins.
Besides her daughter, she is survived by two brothers, DeVon Ford and
Junius Ford of Nichols; three sisters, Mrs. Coy Scott of Nichols, and
Mrs. J.E. Godbolt and Mrs. T.W. Godbolt of Mullins; two grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren. Mrs. Robbins was an aunt of
Miss Frances Robbins, of Mullins."
Rosalee ROBBINS Johnson
"The Mullins Enterprise" 1967
"Mrs. C. Johnson of Lake View Passes Tuesday"
"Mrs. Rosalee Robbins Johnson of Lake View died Tuesday, April 12th, in Mullins
Hospital after a short illness.
Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon in Lake View Methodist Church
by the Rev. Robert Morris. Burial will follow in Lake View Cemetery.
Surviving are the widower, Cecil Johnson; a daughter, Mrs. Penn. (Rosemarie)
Rogers of Lake View; three sisters, Mrs. Voncille Moody of Lake View;
Mrs. Irene Dixon of Florence, and Mrs. Ira Phillips of Cumberland, Md.; six
brothers, Clyde(?) Robbins of Florence, Bretton (?) Robbins of Nashville, Tenn.,
M. Robbins of Falls Church, Va.; Sherwood Robbins of Randleman, N.C., and Elton
Robbins of Dillon, and a grandchild."
William Spencer ROBBINS 1911-1995
From "The Pageland Progressive-Journal", Tuesday, January 10, 1995
Pageland -Services for W. Spence(r) Robbins, 83, were held Saturday at Pageland
United Methodist Church, with burial in Greenlawn Memorial Park with Masonic
rites. Sutton Funeral Home was in charge.
Mr. Robbins died Thursday, Jan. 5, 1995. Born in Mullins, he was a son of the late
Walter (sic) s/be Henry Wallie and Artie Meares Robbins. He was an electrician and
a member of Mount Moriah Lodge 58, Jamil Temple and Pageland United Methodist Church."
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