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Collected Information for 126716 Patrick F. Robertson

1850 Census Entry for 126716 Patrick F. Robertson

1850 Census of Hardeman County, Tennessee, page 82b, lines 9-17
Bolivar, 29 Aug 1850

197 197 Alexander Robinson 26 M Lawyer 1500 Tenn.
Martha 27 F Ala.
Martha 10 F Miss. sch
Nancy 6 F Ark. sch
Woodson 4 M Tenn.
Mary 2 F Tenn.
Patrick 22 F Student Tenn. sch
Charles 19 M Student Tenn. sch
Julius 16 M Student Tenn. sch

1870 Census Entry for 126716 Patrick F. Robertson

1870 Census of Hardeman County, Tennessee, page 202b, lines 25-34
Civil District No. 6, Bolivar Post Office, 20 Aug 1870

83 83 Robertson, Patrick 42 M W Farmer 4000 Tenn.
Louisa 39 F W Tenn.
Charles 19 M W Tenn.
Mary 17 F W Tenn. sch
Martha 15 F W Tenn. sch
Elizabeth 10 F W Tenn. sch
Julius 16 M W Ark. sch
Franklin 7 M W Ark.
John 3 M W Tenn.
Willis 7 M B Ark.

Cemetery Listing for 126716 Patrick F. Robertson

Union Cemetery -- 4 blocks from Court Square in Bolivar, Tenn.

ROBERTSON, Double Marker:
    P. F., 16 Nov. 1827-30 Aug. 1872
      Mattie, dau. of P. F., 28 June 1855-2 Apr 1913
ROBERTSON, Louisa J., wife of P. F., 25 June 1831 - 28 Apr 1913
ROBERTSON, Charles A., died 29 Mar 1930, age 80

Source: Mrs. Robert S. Owens, Mrs. Ed Knox Boyd, and Mrs. Howell Lee Davidson, compilers, Cemetery Records of Hardeman County, Tennessee, six volumes (Huntsville, Arkansas: Century Enterprises, 1971), 2: 50.

ROBERTSON, CHARLEY (040330) died Sat. age 80 / brother to J. J. Robertson, Dr. John F. Robertson of Toledo, Ohio. Dr. P. F. Robertson of Sanderson, Tx., Mrs. C. M. Armistead of Hughes, Ark., (died 29 Mar 1930)

Source: Don Martini, compiler, Tippah County (Mississippi) Death Notices, 2 volumes (Ripley, Mississippi: Tippah County Historical Society, 1978), 2: 85.


Julius Jefferson Robertson

Julius J. Robertson, age 79, passed away in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis on Monday morning of this week, following a lengthy illness. Funeral services were held in the Ripley Methodist Church on Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock, followed by burial in the Ripley Cemetery. Dr. C. M. Chapman, pastor, had charge of the service, assisted by Rev. Charles Smith, Presbyterian minister and Rev. J. B. Parker, Baptist minister. Dr. Chapman paid a high tribute to the deceased, and in a brief message described him as a Christian gentleman in the true sense of the word.

Mr. Robertson came to Ripley from Bolivar. Tenn,, when he was a very young man to attend school in the Boy's Academy which was being operated here at the time and remained as a citizen of Ripley. For more than half a century he was prominently connected with the business, religious. and civic life of the community. At one time he served as depot agent here, was later connected with a mercantile establishment, and for many years was in the banking business. For many years he and Mrs. Robertson operated a hotel here. He retired from active business several years ago on account of his health.

Mr. Robertson was one of the best known and most highly respected citizens of the county, He always stood firmly for what he considered right, and was kind, considerate and thoughtful in all his relations with others, For many years he was a devoted member and active officer in the local Methodist church. In his death the community has lost one of its best and most beloved eitizens. his family has lost a devoted father and his church has lost a useful member.

Many years ago Mr. Robertson was married to Miss Sudie Hines, of Ripley, who survives. They celebrated their golden wedding anniversary about two years ago. Of this union three children were born: Hines Robertson. a son who was a business man in New Albany, passed away several years ago. Two daughters, Mrs. Ramsey Nelms, of Ripley and Mrs. G.D. Humphrey, of State College, survive; also two brothers. Dr. John Robertson, of Capool, Mo.; Dr. Frank Robertson of Texas: a sister, Mrs. Josie Armistead, of Lula, Miss.: five grandchildren, Miss Sudie Kathryn Robertson, of Fort Worth, Texas; Chesley Hines Robertson of French Camp, Miss.: John Julius Humphrey of State College. Miss.; and Miss Sudie Nelms of Ripley. Their many friends here and elsewhere deeply sympathize with the family in the death of their loved one.

The pall-bearers included: Active: William Anderson, Clyde Pitner, Ralph McGill, John Hudson Finger, DeWitt Braddock, Sperry Cole, Cliff Giles, Fred Morton. Honorary: B. R. Richey, Judge T. E. Pegram, W. E. Clemmer, S. S. Finger. R. L. Nance, Palmer Smith, E. P. Johnson. Noveto Witt, Ellis Finger, W. B. McBride, W. S. Benson. Dr. J. E. Date, Dr. C. M. Murry, Fornie Dixon, Walter Hovis, J. L. Street, Sr., T. T. McGar, J. E, Haney, Lawrence Clayton, Oscar Street, C. M. Daniel, Lee Cox.

The Ripley Funeral Home had charge of funeral arrangements.

Ripley (Mississippi) Southern Sentinel, vol. 61, no. 40, Sept. 14. 1939, page 1.

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