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Rosa Robinson, born abt 1850
Home Up John Robinson. born abt 1822 Mildred Robinson, born abt 1826 John N. Robinson, born abt 1827 Lorenzo Robinson, born abt 1830 Lewis Robinson, born abt 1835 Len Robinson, born abt 1835 Samuel Robinson, born abt 1842 Jack Robinson, abt 1844 Silas Robinson, born abt 1848 Rosa Robinson, born abt 1850 Maxwell Robinson, born abt 1852 Spottswood Robinson, born abt 1855

Mary Lee Brady, Ph.D.










Rosa Robinson, born abt 1830 is an example of real men and women able who embraced their faith to escape from slavery into Canada where they were free. Her trials and tribulations were likely not unlike those described by Harriet Beecher Stowe in her famed book "Uncle Tom's Cabin."

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
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 Name Marital StatusGenderEthnic OriginAgeBirthplaceOccupationReligion
 Joshua SHARPE  M  Male  African  70  USA  Labourer  Weslyan Methodist 
 Sarah SHARPE  M  Female  African  70  USA    Weslyan Methodist 
 Rosa ROBINSON    Female  African  30  USA    Weslyan Methodist 
 Mary ROBINSON    Female  African  5  O <Ontario>    Weslyan Methodist 
 Samuel FLOWERS    Male  African  30  USA  Labourer  Weslyan Methodist 
 Edward FLOWERS    Male  African  2  O <Ontario>    Weslyan Methodist 
 Jesse FLOWERS    Male  African  <1 Born: Aug; 8/12  O <Ontario>    Weslyan Methodist 

Source Information:
 Census PlaceMoulton, Monck, Ontario
 Family History Library Film  1375890
 NA Film Number  C-13254
 District  144
 Sub-district  C
 Division  1
 Page Number  13
 Household Number  62

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