An American Family History

Thomas Robbins

  also spelled Robins  
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts was settled and incorporated in 1655

Thomas Robbins was born about 1695 in Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He may have been the son of Robert Robbins and Mary Maxwell.

Thomas married Lydia Adams on August 6, 1713 in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Lydia was the daughter of Jonathan Adams and Leah Gould.

Thankful Robbins (1714),
Lydia Robbins (1716),
Leah Robbins  (1718, married Timothy Chase),
Robert Robbins (1720),
Edith Robbins (1724),
Mary Robbins (1726, married Jonathan Hildreth),
Nathaniel Robbins (1729), and
Anna Robbins (1732).





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