AMASA ROBBINS, retired, P.O. Genesee Fork, was born in Marcellus, N. Y., December 2, 1807, a son of David and
Mercy (Burleigh) Robbins, who settled in Independence. N.Y., in 1825 His father was a soldier in the war of 1812.
and died in Bingham township; his family consisted of nine children, as follows: Marcia (Mrs. Comfort Felt), Amasa,
Phebe (Mrs. Ephraim Slade), Elmira (Mrs. Clark Lewis), David, John, James G., Laban and Ira. Amasa Robbins settled
in Bingham township in 1834, locating on the farm now owned by M. D. Briggs, part of which he cleared and improved.
He then settled on what is known as the Parker farm, clearing forty acres there, and in 1857 located on the farm
he now occupies, all of which he cleared and improved, and where he has since resided. He was married October 12,
1830, to Electa, daughter of John G. and Phebe R. (Slocum) Huller, of Tioga county, Penn. John G. Huyler was a
soldier in the Revolution. Mr. and Mrs. Robbins have had six children, named as follows: Mercy C. (Mrs. Edgar Peet),
Eliza J. (Mrs. Dwight Genung), Zilpha A., James B., Rachel (Mrs. Alonzo Race) and Hannah E. (Mrs. David Peet).
Mr. Robbins chopped 110 acres of timber by the job, before he was married, and as much more since. He is one of
the oldest citizens of the township. In politics he is a Democrat.
History of the Counties of
McKean, Elk, Cameron and Potter, Pennsylvania
J. H. Beers & Co. Publishers
Chicago, Ill. 1890
Potter County, Pa. Biographies
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