| 1915 - 2000|
||20 Dec 1915
||2 Dec 2000
||Bronx, New York, New York 
|Agency: Fieldstone Lodge Nursing Home |
||7 Dec 2000
||Calverton, Suffolk County, New York
||15 Oct 2013 |
||Lewis "Christopher Columbus" Robinson, b. 11 Oct 1886, Whiteville, Columbus County, North Carolina , d. 31 Jul 1928, Manhattan, New York, New York |
||Lucinda A. Lennon, b. 28 May 1887, North Carolina , d. 12 Dec 1969, New York, New York |
||19 Dec 2012 |
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||1920 Census - Louis & Lucinda Robinson |
Enumeration Date: 14 Jan 1920
Enumeration District: 461
Location: Manhattan Assembly District 5, New York, New York
Louis - head - age 32 - can read and write - rented home - b. in NC, parents born in NC - Longshoreman on the docks.
Lucinda - wife - age 32 - can read and write
Edna (but should be Ethel) - age 11 - can read and write
John - son - age 7
James - son - age 6
Frank - son - age 6
George - son - age 4
Andrew - son - age 1 1/2
Link to full image.
||Social Security Administration Form SS-5 - George Robinson|
||1930 NY Census: Lucinda Robinson (Head)|
Enumeration Date: 9 Jul 1930
Enumeration District: 31
Location: Manhattan, New York, New York
West 67th Street
Family indexed as Robertson (Lucille)
1. Lucinda - age 43, widowed, married at 19, born in NC
2. John Louis - son, age 20, born in Georgia, Occupation - Advertiser
3. Frank - son, age 16, born in Georgia
4. Andrew - son, age 11, born in NY
5. Isaac - son, age 5, born in NY
6. Herman - son, age 4, born in NY
7. Lucinda - daughter, age 2, born in NY
||Death Certificate: George Robinson|
Ususal Residence: 666 Kappock Street, Bronx, NY
Served in Armed Forces from 1942 - 1945
Marital Status: Widowed
Date of Birth: December 20, 1915
Usual Occupation: Cement Mason
Name of Father: Not Available
Name of Mother: Lucinda Mellon
Informant: Daisy M. Jackson (sister-in-law)
Funeral Establishment: Marchiselli Funeral Home
Cemetery: Calverton National Cemetery
Note: Mother's maiden name is incorrect.
- -George collected 75% disability from the Army. He was shot. He was brought into the Army from the prisons. Some program and when they were through serving, they remained free.
-had a house is Scharie County, NY. When mommy was 12, she was visiting his house.
- per mommy 1/28/06 - "he helped build the projects that I grew up in. He worked for Colonial Sand and Stone and operated a cement mixer truck"
- per mommy 1/30/06- "used to take aunt lucinda's dolls and threaten to break them when they were being mean to her"
- [S38] NY Death Certificate (Reliability: 2).