Erskin C Robison (1878 - 1942)

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Biography

Birth


Limestone County, Alabama

Death


Athens, Limestone County, Alabama

Burial / Funeral

at Thach Cemetery,
Athens, Limestone County, AL

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Last Known Residence

S Clinton St, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama

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Farmer, County Tax Collector, Bookkeeper, Inventor

Middle name

Coleman

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Nationality

United States

Religion

Church of Christ

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Obituary

Published in The Alabama Courier, April 9, 1942: An illness lasting over a period of several months, culminated in the death of Erskin C. Robison Sunday night at the Limestone Hospital, where he had been moved from his home on South Clinton Street. Mr. Robison was born in Limestone County, Dec. 28, 1878 and with the exception of a few years in South Alabama, spent his entire life here where he was prominent in political and business circles. For 40 years he was a loyal and faithful member of the Church of Christ and it was there his body was carried Monday, April 6, for the last service which was conducted by Bros. A. J. Rollings and M. A. Creel. Interment was made at Reunion Cemetery with McConnell Service directing. Surviving are the wife and eight children, Lee Robison, Anniston; Fred A. Robison of Alexander City; J. H. Robinson of Evergreen; Sam P. Robison of Mendin, La.; Mrs. Ruth Hadway, Athens, Ga.; Mrs. Lynn Nowak, New York; Mrs. Mary Johnson, Huntsville; and Miss Sarah Robison of Athens; four brothers, Foster, Hezzie, G. W. and Carl Robison; three sisters, Mrs. Eva Vickers, Mr. Nellie Jones and Mrs. Perry Daly; and a host of relatives and friends who mourn his passing. He was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Rachel R. Robison, who died September 10, 1918.

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