The Lusk Herald
September 14, 1950
Mrs. Fred Robison Dies suddenly at Ranch Home Sep. 2
Mrs. Fred Robison, 63, died suddenly at their ranch home on Saturday, Sept. 2, from a heart ailment.
Funeral services were conducted on Tuesday at the Congregational Church in Edgement, S. Dak. with interment being made in the cemetery at Newcastle, Wyo.
Mrs. Robison was born July 26, 1887 at Oelrichs, S. Dak., and later the family moved to Dewey, S. Dak., where she attended school and grew to womanhood.
In 1916 she was married to Fred Robison who resided on a ranch on the Cheyenne River some 45 miles north of Lusk and they continued to live there all their married life.
This is one of the pioneer ranches on the river and the Robison family have always been active in community affairs and are known and respected over a large area.
Besides her husband, Fred Robison, survlving are four children, Peggy Whitman of Newcastle, Wyo.; James Robison, Edgement, S.Dak.; Beryl Darrow, Dewey, S. Dak., and Evelyn Morrison, Vancouver, Wash.
Meigs L. Cork (July 18, 1911 - February 28, 1994)Mildred Orletha Cork (August 1, 1913 - February 16, 1972)Juanita L. Haines (December 29, 1934 - June 3, 1996)Fred Leslie Robison (August 27, 1882 - May 1, 1965)Griffis Robison (November 25, 1854 - August 3, 1943)
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