Friday, July 22, 1932
Mrs. Ida Bell Robinson, aged 61, died early Wednesday at her home at Tablow, this county. She was the daughter of James and Sarah Satterly Robinson, and was a prominent Christian woman in the community where she lived having been a devout member of the Bethel Baptist church for 36 years. Her funeral was held there this morning conducted by the Rev. W. D. Moore, and burial was in the Bethel Cemetery. Besides her husband, Nathan Robinson, she leaves two sons, Fred Robinson and Christopher Robinson, both of this county, and three grandchildren and a foster-daughter, Mrs. Howard Shewmaker, of Cornishville. She is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. H. P. Bunch and Mrs. David Harley, and two brothers, Henry and David Robinson.
The casket bearers at her funeral were William and Walter Releford, Tilford Robinson, L. Robinson, Russell and Andrew Bunch.
The Harrodsburg Herald, Mercer County, Kentucky
Friday, February 28, 1936
Nathan Robinson, 68 years of age, died Monday, February 24, 1936, after only six days illness with pneumonia. He was a well-known citizen of the Tablow section of Mercer County, and the son of W. M. and Sarah Beasley Robinson. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Laudie Murphy Robinson, and two sons, Fred Robinson, Harrodsburg, and Chris Robinson, of Tablow, four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
He also leaves his father, W. M. Robinson, who is 91 years old; five sisters, Mrs. James Dorsey, Washington county; Mrs. Silas Releford, Bohon; Mrs. Clarence McClain, Mrs. Howard Shewmaker, near Cornishville; Mrs. Edgar Robinson, Duncan; four brothers, B. L. Robinson, Anderson county; James L. Robinson, Willisburg; R. L. Robinson, Fisherville, and Overton Robinson, Sharpsville.
The funeral was at 3 o’clock on Tuesday afternoon at Bethel Baptist church, with burial in the Bethel cemetery. Six nephews were the pall bearers; Will, Walter, Grover Releford; Tilford and Orvie Robinson and Andrew Bunch.