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CLEMUEL ROBINETTE





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Burial: ROBINETTE Cemetery

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Proof: "Clemuel Robinette served the American cause during the Revolutionary War and this military record is attested by the Daughters of the American Revolution. Several of the Robinettes settled in southern Ohio in the area between Marietta and Gallipolis. "During the 1830's Clemuel and others settled in Jackson Township north of White River. Evidently he passed away soon after coming to this county [Madison]. His was one of the first burials in the Robinette Cemetery. One record located his grave in lot 2, row 3 and it is evidently to the south of a kinsman, Elemuel. There is no longer a legible headstone marking his resting place"



From American Revolutionary patriots discussed by Raymond Davis in this biography of Madison County.

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Information courtesy of Melody & Tom Hull, Madison County, Indiana

ANYONE WITH INFORMATION ON THIS PATRIOT
I'D APPRECIATE HEARING FROM YOU.Stephen D Franklin

Directions: Robinette Cemetery, along White River, Madison County--from 200N turn S onto 550W, turn right onto first lane.

Robinette Cemetery, Jackson Township

According to Madison County historian Raymond Davis and American Legion records, Clemuel Robinette, Sr., veteran of the Revolutionary War, is buried in unmarked grave 4, row 3, lot 2. While Clemuel's military record is attested by the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Robinette family does not verify that he is buried in this cemetery.

Reuben Miller, another Revolutionary War veteran, is, however, buried here in a marked grave. Reuben was born in 1765, and his military service is recorded in the DAR Patriot Index. He was one of the pioneers to Jackson Township with his wife Jane and son Reuben, Jr. Members of Reuben Miller's family are recorded on Jackson Township transfer records. Reuben died in 1836 at seventy years of age. His broken stone is in the southwest corner of the Robinette Cemetery. In the picture at right, Reuben Miller's stone is in the foreground; old Robinette stones and markers are in the background.



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