Mary Elizabeth Keith (1875-1925)
|Mary Elizabeth Keith Robison|
|Born:||17 Aug 1876 Asheville, North Carolina|
|Died:||7 Mar 1925 Fillmore, Utah|
|Father:||James Allen Keith|
|Mother:||Sarah Velda Ball|
Mary Elizabeth Keith|
William Jairus Keith
James Newton Keith
John Osborne Keith
Edgar Mitchell Keith
Ella N. Keith
Carl George Keith
Maud Westley Keith
Lucinda Estelle Keith
|Spouse:||Joseph Alfred Robison|
|Married:||20 Dec 1900 Fillmore, Utah|
Alfred Paul Robison|
James Keith Robison
Ruth Collier Robison
Alonzo Franklin Robison
Eleanor Marden Robison
Sarah Kathleen Robison
John William Robison
Harold Phillip Robison
The Progress, Fillmore, Utah, Friday, March 13, 1925:
DIES AFTER LONG PERIOD
Last Saturday afternoon, March 7th, Mrs. Mattie Keith Robison quietly answered the summons of death as a result of an acute attack of heart trouble. For several years Mrs. Robison has not enjoyed the best of health, due to that complaint and the past few months her condition has been serious.
Mrs. Robison was forty-eight years old, and is survived by her husband, Mr. J. Alfred Robison and the following children: Paul Robison, Keith Robison, Mrs. Ruth Bunker, Eleanor Robison, Alonzo Robison, Kathleen Robison, John Robison and Harold Robison. She is also survived by her mother, Mrs. Sarah Keith, three sisters, Maud Keith, Lucile Israel, Adelle Allan, all of Ashville, North Carolina; and one brother, Will Keith of Alberta, Utah.
Mrs. Robison was born August 17th, 1876 in Ashville, North Carolina. It was there she spent her girlhood days, having moved to Fillmore since her marriage to Mr. Robison, December 19, 1900. Since that time the Robisons have lived continuously in this community and Mrs. Robison has been one of the most beloved and respected ladies in Fillmore. The heart-felt sympathy of the whole community is extended to Mr. Robison and the good family which she has left. The memory of this noble woman need always be a source of pride and inspiration to those near and dear to her.
Funeral services were held in the Fillmore Ward Chapel Monday, March 9th at 2:30 p.m., brother Wells Black presiding. Services were opened with prayer by brother T. Clark Callister. Bishop Joseph F. Anderson was the speaker. F. Earl Stott and Mrs. Stella Day sang a duet, “I Am a Pilgrim”. Music was also furnished by a joint ward choir under the direction of brother Stott. The benediction was offered by brother Lorenzo Brunson. Enterment was in the Fillmore cemetery, brother F. Alonzo Robison dedicating the grave.
People of Fillmore will long remember Mrs. Mattie Robison for her hospitable, generous, cheerful disposition. And during her long period of illness those closely associated with her cannot forget her extreme patience.
- Nickname: Mattie [Jackson FGR; Paul's Obit]
- Despain, Carrie Robison and Garner, Melba Despain. History & Genealogy of the Franklin Alonzo Robison Family, p. 34.
- Lichfield, Beulah Menlove. Cemetery Records, Fillmore, Millard Co., Utah, pp. 10, 57.
- LDS Family Group Record Collection [Patron Section]
- Submitted by: Debra Robison Jackson
- Family of: Joseph Alfred Robison & Mary Elizabeth Keith
- The Salt Lake Tribune, Tuesday, 1 Apr 2003, Obituary: Robison, Alfred Paul
- Birth: From death information.
- Death: Lichfield, Beulah Menlove. Cemetery Records, Fillmore, Millard County, Utah, p. 59:
- Name: ROBISON, Mattie Keith
- Born: 17 Aug 1876 in Ashville, North Carolina
- Age at Death:
- Parents: James Keith & Sarah Ball
- Died: 7 Mar 1925
- Buried: in Fillmore Block 48, Lot 3
- Reported by: Alfred Robison
- Comments: Married J. Alfred Robison. House wife. Lived in Fillmore over 20 yrs.
- Burial: Fillmore City Corporation, Cemetery Single Line List, by Deceased Name, 22 Apr 1990, p. 41:
- ROBISON, Mattie Keith
- BLK 48, Lot 3, Grave 5
- d. 3-07-1925
- Burial: Fillmore City Corporation, Cemetery Master List, by Deceased Name, 13 Jun 1994, p. 394:
- ROBISON, Mattie Keith
- b. Ashville, N. C.
- d. 3-07-1925 Fillmore, Utah
- Comments: Age at death: 48 yrs, 6 mos, 20 dys
- Current Owner: Bunker, William R.
- Original Owner: Robison, J. Alfred