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WINFIELD DAILY COURIER, 28 April 1941
Obituary of ROBERT JAMES ROBINSON
Last rites for Robert James Robinson who only recently came to Winfield to establish his home and who died Friday afternoon were held at 1:30 PM Sunday from Morris Funeral Home. Rev. W.H. Hicks, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiated.


Mrs. Owen Nisbet and Mrs. H. Watkins sand two duets, "Jesus Lover of my Soul" and "Nearer my God to Thee."


The body was removed to Whitewater for burial. Brief services were held at the grave. 

Note: Robert James Robinson is the son of Harriett & James O. Robinson Robert is buried in Whitewater Cemetery 

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