Scope and Contents
The certificate of ownership which Crown Hill Cemetery gave to Frederick M. Robinson was photocopied front and back, thus making four papers. One paper is just the deed cover sheet. The certificate itself requires two pages for the top half and for the lower half. The fourth sheet is a list of the rules and regulations to which lot owners are subject.
Mr. Robinson paid $100.00 for Lot 107 in Section 25, containing 288 "superficial feet." The certificate, dated March 20, 1897, was signed by the president of Crown Hill, Allen M. Fletcher; by the secretary, George P. Anderson; and by the superintendent who was a notary public, John Chislett.
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Frederick M. Robinson purchased Lot 107 in Section 25 of Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana, on March 20, 1897, and was buried there on July 4, 1914. The 1870 census lists Frederick, age twenty-seven, with his wife Sarah, the same age, and daughter Minnie, two months. Ten years later, Frederick, who was born in New York, was thirty-five, and Sarah was thirty-seven. They had four children: E. Minnie; B. May; S. Annie; and Florence. Also living in the household in 1880 was Ellen Briner. The Indianapolis Directory for 1887-1890 lists Frederick M. Robinson's occupation as a bookkeeper for Gordon, Kurtz and Company.
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