Robinson, John (d. 1840) M-2

Robinson, John (d. 1840) M-2

Location:

Colored Cemetery
Section no: M
Memorial no: 2
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See map of this cemetery: https://nha.org/cemeteries/maps/libcemeteryothersmap.htm

Personal Information

Name: Reverend John W Robinson
Gender: Male
Age: Æ 53
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Death: March 2 1840
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Number interred: 1


Notes

Inscription:
Rev.
John W Robinson
died
March 2, 1840
Æ, 53
In hope of a glorious resurrection

Epitaph: Yes
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Biographical notes: Robinsons do not appear in the 1830 or 1840 Nantucket censuses, but in a court case in 1836 John Robinson gave a deposition in a court inquiry into the shipping of his son John Robinson Jr. aboard the ship Three Brothers. John Jr. was underage when Arthur Cooper, acting as agent for the owners of the whaler, signed him on without John Sr.’s permission.
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Inscription Condition: Clear but worn


Monument

Stone Composition: Marble, White
Stone Shape: Rectangular
Type of Monument: Headstone
Monument Condition: Heavy lichens
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Main motif: Lettering only
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Data Collection

Date data collected: 2002
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Stone exists 1900:
Stone exists 2002: yes
Stone exists 2003: ?
Stone exists 2004: yes
Stone exists 2005:
Footstone exists:
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Citation source:
Field recorder: Barbara White’s 8th grade class
Data input by: Georgen Gilliam Charnes
Reviewed by: Automatic