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Clippings from Hunter's 1st marriage to Snowdie Virginia Ewing plus early years.

Mrs. Robinson
Dies At Albin
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     Mrs. Snowdie Virginia Robinson wife of Hunter Robinson, died at her home on the Madison farm, near Albin at 11 o'clock this morning after an illness of a week.
     Mrs. Robinson was a daughter of William Ewing and Bell Porter Ewing, both of Kirksville, Mo. She was born September 1, 1876, and, at the time of her death, was in her 63rd year.
     She was a member of the Kirksville Presbyterian Church and after establishing her residence in Frederick county, attended the Loudoun Street Presbyterian church in Winchester.
     She is survived by her husband, Hunter Robinson, and two sons, Charles Hunter Robinson, Jr., of Kirksville, Mo., and Virgil L. Robinson at home. Two sisters, Miss Margaret Ewing and Miss Ada Ewing, both of Kirksville, Mo. also survive.
     Funeral services will be conducted Sunday afternoon at two o'clock, from the Omps Funeral Home, the Rev. Ronald Wilson, pastor of Loudoun Street Presbyterian chuch, officiating. Interment will be in the family lot in Mount Hebron cemetery.

(July 29 - 1939)
      

Robinson Rites
    Were Held Sunday
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     Funeral services for Mrs. Snowdie Virginia Robinson were conducted from Omps Funeral Home Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. Ronald Wilson, pastor of Loudoun Street Presbyterian Church officiating. Interment was in the family lot in Mount Hebron Cemetery.
     Serving as pallbearers were Guy Smith, Holmes Yeakley, Hunter Brown, Clarence Robinson, Ansel Solenberger and Ray Robinson.
     The services, though simple were impressive. One of Mrs. Robinson's favorite selections, "Crossing the Bar." was read by Miss Annie Reese.
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Robinsons Entertain At Dinner
     Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Robinson entertained at a small informal dinner at their home, "Orchard Slope" for Mr. and Mrs. L. Jackson, Mrs. Dora Collins, and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Brown.
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(1939)


Clippings from Hunter's 2nd marriage to Lolah Tull

Miss Lolah Tull Married
Saturday to Hunter Robinson

     The marriage of Miss Lolah Tull to Mr. C. Hunter Robinson was solemnized Saturday afternoon at four o'clock at her home on West Leicester street with the Rev. L. G. Bridgers, officiating.
     The bride was attired in a dress of chartruese crepe with brown accessories and wore a corsage of roses. The room was attractively decorated with chrysanthemums and autumn leaves. The wedding march from Lohengrin was rendered by Mrs. Ada W. Robinson. A small reception followed the
service.
     The bride who recently moved here from Indianapolis, Ind., is
the niece of Mrs. James L. Robinson and is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Tull.
     The bridegroom, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robinson, is the brother of Mrs. Llewellyn Jackson. He is a native of Frederick county but has spent a number of years in business in Missouri. He is now engaged in apple-growing here.
     Mr. and Mrs. Robinson will make their home at 433 West Leicester street, on their return from the wedding trip to Florida.

(Nov 8 1941 - Sat.)
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