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of of Irvin G. Robinson Special to the Free Press MONTPELIER, Dec. 14. Irvin G. Robinson. 77, a retired farmer of Calais, died Saturday evening at 6, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Sydney B. Morse, with whom he made his home. He had been in failing health for the past two months. He was born in Calais. Jan. 22, 1864, the son of Julius S. and Mary (Pierce) Robinson. Except for two or three years which he had spent in Iowa, he had resided all his life in the town of Calais. On Oct. 12, 1887. he was married to Miss Nellie Swasey, and the couple lived on a farm. For the last several years they had spent winters in Florida. Mr.' Robinson was a member of the Masonic Lodge in North Montpelier. He had held the office of selectman for the town of Calais as well as overseer of the poor. He had represented that town m the state legislature in 1906. He is survived by his wife: four daughters. Mrs. Sydney B. Morse of Calais. Mrs. Merton Barber of Wilmington. Mrs. Ferdinand Feola and Mrs. Frank Sampson Of Scit- uate, Mass.: 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He also leaves two sisters. Mrs. Chester Anderson of East Montpelier and Mrs. Simon Wheeler of Calais.