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    1. ([PAWYOMIN])Re: MEMORIAL DAY
    2. Hiram Robinson, and his two brothers, George and Marvin R. Robinson, privates in the 203rd Pennsylvania Volunteers, Company C. George and Marvin were killed on January 15th, 1865 at Fort Fisher, near Wilmington, North Carolina. Hiram promoted to Corporal and after the war moved to Rock County, Wisconsin. Hiram is my great, great grandfather. I'm the proud owner of George's diary, an original copy of a regimental history written in 1865, and a full size original regimental roster of Company C. My 5th great grandfather Jared Robinson, Lieutenant of the 6th Connecticut during the Revolutionary War; later Captain of the Humbird, a one-gun whale boat which plied the coastal waters between New Haven and Long Island. Jared is buried along with his wife, Mary Thompson in the South Branch or Robinson Cemetery, Forkston Twp., Wyoming Co. My 5th great grandfather Lieutenant Asa Stevens, killed during the Wyoming Massacre on July 3, 1778. His name is inscribed on the Monument located near the site and from what I understand, probably buried under neath it along with his comrades. Scott RobinsonJanesville, Wisconsin

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