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24 GENEALOGY OF THE ROBARDS FAMILY  

Capt. Lewis RoBards Family

Capt. Lewis Robards, oldest son of William and Elizabeth (Lewis) Robards, born in Goochland county, Virginia, December 5, 1758.  Died April 15, 1814, in Bullitt county, Kentucky.  His second wife was Hannah Winn, daughter of James Winn.  They were married at Louisville, Kentucky, December 28, 1792, and to them were born the following children, viz.:

1a.  Mortimer Delvin Robards, born 1794, died 1869.  Married Liddie Shain, January 4, 1817.  She was born June 4, 1792, died July 30, 1864.  She was a daughter of William Shain, owner of the salt wells in Bullitt county.

2b.  George Lewis Robards, born 1795, in Bullitt

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county, Kentucky.  Married Nancy Merriman, December 6, 1816.

3c.  James Winn Robards, born in Bullitt county, Kentucky, 1797, died in Louisville, Kentucky, 1853.  He married Rachel Shain, a daughter of William Shain, owner of the salt wells in Bullitt county.  His wife and Mortimer's wife were sisters, also sisters of Squire Shain, who married Margaret Robards, a sister of James Winn and Mortimer Robards.

4d.  W.J. Robards, born 1798.  Married Martha Davison, April 27, 1820.  (Nothing known of this family.)

5e.  Alfred J. Robards, born 1800.  Married Mary J. Deason.

6.  Granville C. Robards, born 1802.  Married Rosenand Thomas, January 5, 1826.  (Nothing known of this family; any information would be thankfully received.)

7f.  Robert Robards, born 1804.  Married twice.  First wife was Mary Campion.  Second wife was Jane Grismore.  They had one son, John F. Robards, who lives in Alfordsville, Indiana.

8g.  Benjain Franklin Robards, born 1806.  Married Elizabeth Young, November 7, 1848.

9h.  Eliza Robards, born 1809, married first husband, Alfred Phelps, and had one daughter, Marion.  Second Husband, David Standford, and had two children, Margaret Anna and Franklin Standford.

10.  Margaret Lewis Robards, born May 22, 1811.  Married, March 10, 1829, to Squire Shain, a son of Wm. Shain, owner of the salt wells in Bullitt county, Kentucky.  She died January 17, 1843.  They had the following children, viz.:

   1.  George Hannah, born March 30, 1830.

26 GENEALOGY OF THE ROBARDS FAMILY  

   2.  Mary Braughton, born March 6, 1832.
   3.  Mortimer Delvin, born May 16, 1833.
   4.  Almira, born April 18, 1835, died June 13, 1835.
   5.  William Lewis, born June 1, 1836, died July 24, 1837.
   6.  William Braughton, born September 1, 1838, died November 11, 1906.

CAPT. LEWIS ROBARDS.

Lewis Robards, son of William Robards, Sr., by his second wife, was born in Goochland county, Virginia, December 5, 1758.  Died April 15, 1814, in Bullitt county, Kentucky.  He was a soldier in the Revolutionary war.  He enlisted May, 1778, as a private under Captain Nathaniel Massie.  1779 he enlisted for six months and was ensign under Capt. Massie.  January 1, 1780, he served eight months as second lieutenant under Capts. Duke and Woodson and Colonel Major Thos. Amstead.  January to September, 1781, was capain and was at the burning of Richmond and skirmish near James river.  He was twice married (his first wife was Rachel Donaldson, of whom we speak in another place).  His second wife was Hannah Winn, daughter of James Winn.  He married at Louisville, Kentucky, December 28, 1792, and died April 15, 1814, in Bullitt county, Ky. Hannah, his wife, died April 16, 1848, leaving the following children: Mortimer D., George L., James W., Alfred J. and Benjamin Franklin.  Capt. Lewis Robards enlisted in the revolutionary war from Goochland county, Virginia.  Was at the siege of Yorktown but was discharged before the surrender.  His Widow was allowed a pension Jan. 14, 1839.  She was born March 10, 1774, died April 16, 1848, age 74 years, 1 month and 6 days.

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