Thomas J Robinson The Indiana Progrss 31 July 1907
RECEXT DEATHS. THOMAS J. ROBINSON. Thomas J. Robinson, one o f ' prominent residents o f t h e part of the county, died at his Ga'rneld on Wednesday morning after an illness of several years with trouble. 'The deceased was a sou and Mrs. Elliott Robinson and was in West Wheatfield township. He attended attended the schools of that district i j Â« tb . e winter and worked on his father's farm in the summer time until a man. He later clerked in his father's to Vain. a prisoner 1905. as his all the at him. the of shortly 1906, of general store until about 1899 when his two brothers, John and William, engaged in the manufacture of fire The firm prospered and for years his death the deceased was its ing representative. Mr. Robinson one of the best known and most tial business men ot the county. He was a life-long member of the church. He was a member of the of trustees at the time of building structure in which the Bolivar gation worships, and was for a long superintendent of the Sunday school and also leader of the church choir. wife, the following brothers and survive: John and Wham Robinson, lerrerl to above: Mrs. PhiiÂ«h Rnrh nf t._ ferred to above; Mrs. Christ Rugh, Pitcairn; Miss Annie Robinson, of Pittsburg, and Miss Carrie Robinson, of Garfield.