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From History of the Lower Shenandoah Valley by J. E. Norris


(From The Richmond Times Dispatch (12 Jun 1901))
Joseph Robinson.
(Special Dispatch to The Times.)
     WINCHESTER, VA., June 11.--Joseph Robinson, a prominent member of the Society of Friends, died yesterday at his home in the county after a lingering illness of paralysis: aged seventy-six years. He leaves a large circle of relatives.


Well Known Quaker Expires
After Short Illness.

     Mr. Joseph Robinson died at his home at Cedar Grove, in this county, yesterday, after an illness of about ten days at an advanced age. The deceased was a prominent Quaker and one of the oldest members of the Society of Friends in this county.
     Mr. Robinson is survived by four children--Mrs. Annie Cloud, Miss Mamie S. Robinson and Messrs. John F. and William Robinson, of Missouri. He is also survived by three brothers.
     Friends of the deceased will meet at the house tomorrow at 10 o'clock a. m. and the remains will be interred at Gainesboro.

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