Acton Memorial Library
Civil War Archives
|Co.||Regiment / Ship||From||To||Residence/ Credit||Occupation||Notes|
|E (Davis Guards)||6th MVI
|Corpl; enl. April 16, 1861; must. April 22, 1861||must. out Aug. 2, 1861||Acton||age 24|
|E||26th MVI||Private; enl. Sept. 2, 1861; must. Oct. 18, 1861; prom. Corpl. Nov. 1, 1861||must. out Oct. 17, 1864 as Private||Acton||carpenter||age 25|
|MASSCW, 1:381, 3:92|
|Co.||Regiment||Date Filed||Type||App. No.||Cert. No.||State||Beneficiary/Remarks|
|E||6th MVI||Aug. 11, 1890||Invalid||930 776||1 035 234||Mass.|
|26th MVI||March 21, 1912||Widow||982 847||741 858||Mass.||Anna Robbins|
Recorded as member no. 45 in the membership roster of Isaac Davis Post No. 138 G.A.R., Acton, Massachusetts (Acton Memorial Library archives, 92.2.1).
|Date||February 8, 1912|
|Age||75 years, 5 months|
carcinoma of prostrate
(death certificate in pension file)
|Obituary||Concord Enterprise, February 14, 1912|
|Burial||Woodlawn Cemetery, Acton, Mass.|
|Survived by||Anna Robbins|
Born September 6, 1836 in Acton to Luther and Lucinda Robbins (Vital Records of Acton Massachusetts to the Year 1850: 97).
Luke J. Robbins, age 23, a carpenter, is recorded as an inhabitant of Acton in the 1860 federal census, in household (dwelling no. 90) with Anna Robbins, age 22 ("1860 United States Federal Census," Ancestry.com).
Luke Jones Robbins, age 28, a carpenter, is recorded in the 1865 Massachusetts State Census for Acton, in household (dwelling no. 62) with Anna Elizabeth Robbins (Lainhart, 1855 and 1865 Massachusetts State Censuses for Acton: 49.)
His first wife, Anna E. Robbins died in Acton September 29, 1865. His second wife, Mary W. Robbins, died in Acton November 28, 1876 (source: pension file).
Luke J. Robbins, a 40 year old carpenter, married Anna Barrett in Acton, on February 25, 1877 ("Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," AmericanAncestors.org).
Luke J. Robbins is recorded in the 1890 special veterans census as a resident of Acton ("1890 Veterans Schedules," Ancestry.com).
The name Luke J. Robbins is included on the Acton Memorial Library Soldiers' Tablet, "The Men of Acton Who Fought For The Union."
Hosmer, The Town of Acton in the Civil War, 1861-1865: 41.
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