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Mary Jane Cooper
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Sex: Female
Birth: November 11, 1832
probably in Baldwin County, Georgia
Death: September 3, 1904
in Wilkinson County, Georgia
Burial: Robinson-McArthur Family Cemetery,
Irwinton, Wilkinson County, Georgia
Father: William M. Cooper
Mother: Millie McGinty
Spouse/Partner: James Thomas Robinson
Marriage: August 1, 1850
in Baldwin County, Georgia

         I do not have a lot on her. Her father was a pastor at Camp Creek Primitive Baptist Church in Baldwin County, Georgia. The nearby town of Coopers was named for him and his son. Mary can be found in her father William M. Cooper's family and possibly also in her father-in-law William Robinson's family in the 1850 census in Baldwin County, Georgia, and with her husband (as James T. Robison) in the 1880 census in Wilkinson County, Georgia.

ChildrenEdit

Name Birth Death
Children of James Thomas Robinson and Mary Jane Cooper


William Thomas Robinson January 18, 1852
Baldwin County or Wilkinson County, Georgia
March 21, 1915
Bulloch County, Georgia


James Wiley Robinson April 23, 1853
Baldwin County or Wilkinson County, Georgia
December 27, 1915
Dover, Screven County, Georgia


Georgia Ann Robinson May 19, 1855
Baldwin County or Wilkinson County, Georgia
January 28, 1915
probably Wilkinson County, Georgia


John D. Robinson c. 1858
Baldwin County or Wilkinson County, Georgia
aft. 1880
unknown


Charles I. Robinson c. November 1859
Baldwin County or Wilkinson County, Georgia
aft. 1880
unknown


Jefferson P. Robinson c. 1862
Baldwin County or Wilkinson County, Georgia
aft. 1880
unknown


Mary E. Robinson c. 1866
Baldwin County or Wilkinson County, Georgia
aft. 1880
unknown


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