I have found three differernt Oliver Robbins in Woodstock, Maine All three show up in the

History of Woodstock, Me.: with family sketches and an appendix pages 90-92.


I assume two are father and son. So where does the third Oliver Robbins fit in. They are:

Oliver Robbins - father to Jr?

Oliver Robbins Jr. - b. in Sumner?

Oliver Robbins 2nd--Also served in the Aroostook war.


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Comment by Mary L Ennis on November 6, 2012 at 11:36am

I'm not sure if this will help but it's taken from Pinhook & Lines by Ruby Emery:  "Oliver Robbins had a shingle and saw mill up under Farrar's ledge near the brook.  In 1840 he and his family were living in the saw mill house on the knoll near the highway between the Chapel and the Cyprian Bowker house.  After Robbins moved away, while widow Judith Jackson was living there, the house burned.  Oliver Robbins moved to Greenwood City in 1856, where he ran a saw mill. He & wife Ann had 6 children. 


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