James Samuel Robbins: Birth: 4 OCT 1901.
Title: Richmond County Heritage Book Vol. I Published by: Walsworth Printing Co., Inc. Printed in the USA copyright 2002 Richmond County Historical Book Committee and County Heritage, Inc. Don Mills, Inc. and the Richmond County Historical Society
Page: Pauline Robbins Yates Page 321-322
Note: hey later went to Savannah Georgia and finally to Alabama. Isaac followed his trade as a carpenter. he first built railroad cars and later on an independent contractor. While Isaac worked as an independent building contractor Beulah and the older children operated a truck farm. They sold home-canned goods under their own label. After Isaac's death in 1916 Beulah moved her family back to Richmond County to be near her Robbins relatives. She opened a boarding house to support her children. Pauline was sent to learn weaving at Great Falls Cotton Mill and she never opened her own pay envelope until after her marriage instead she gave it to Beulah to help sustain the family.
Note: William and Beulah moved to Wilmington NC when Pauline was an infant. T
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