Acton Memorial Library
Civil War Archives
|Co.||Regiment / Ship||From||To||Residence/ Credit||Occupation||Notes|
|E (Davis Guards)||6th MVI
|enl. April 16, 1861; must. April 22, 1861||
must. out. Aug. 2, 1861
|Sergt.; enl. Aug. 25, 1862; must. Aug. 31, 1862||
must. out June 3, 1863
|MASSCW, 1:381, 413|
|Co.||Regiment||Date Filed||Type||App. No.||Cert. No.||State||Beneficiary/Remarks|
|E||6th MVI||April 13, 1892||Invalid||1 104 771||Mass.|
|Date||April 30, 1896|
|Age||56 years, 9 months, 26 days|
cancer of the omentum
(Littleton death record, "Massachusetts Vital Records 1841-1910," AmericanAncestors.org)
Woodlawn Cemetery, Acton, Mass.
(Find A Grave Memorial #114615935, Find A Grave (website), http://www.findagrave.com. Retrieved 2014-07-14)
Levi Robbins was born in Acton August 4, 1839 to parents Benjamin Robbins and Harriet Haynes (sources: Littleton death record, “Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850,” AmericanAncestors.org.; Acton birth record, "“Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850,” AmericanAncestors.org.).
Levi H. Robbins, age 28, married Mary C. Tuttle (born Stow to Simon and Mary A. Tuttle) on January 1, 1868 in West Acton (Acton marriage record, “Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850,” AmericanAncestors.org.)
Levi H. Robbins, age 30, a produce broker, is recorded as an inhabitant of Acton in the 1870 federal census, in household (dwelling no. 292) with Mary C. Robbins, age 27 ("1870 United States Federal Census," Ancestry.com).
Mrs. Mary C. Robbins died February 4th, 1877 at age 34, of suicide, in Littleton, Mass. (Littleton death register, "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," v. 293, p. 97 [image], AmericanAncestors.org).
Levi H. Robbins, age 40, a farmer and widower, is recorded as an inhabitant of Littleton, Mass. in the 1880 federal census, in household (dwelling no. 91) with son Albert E., age 8; daughter Susie M., age 3; and Alice M. Wright, age 25 ("1880 United States Federal Census," Ancestry.com).
Levi H. Robbins is recorded in the 1890 special veterans census as a resident of Littleton, Mass. ("1890 Veterans Schedules," Ancestry.com).
At the time of his death, Levi H. Robbins was a farmer in Littleton (death record).
The name "Levi H. Robbins" is recorded on the Acton Memorial Library Soldiers' Tablet, "The Men of Acton Who Fought For The Union."
Letters from Levi Robbins written to his mother, Mrs. Benjamin Robbins, during his service with the Sixth Massachusetts, in 1861 (Acton Memorial Library archives, 2008.4.1-11)
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