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Robinson House

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Robinson House
Accession Number
VT Div for Historic Preservation
Collection Title
1976 Historical Survey
Collection Description
Historic Structures surveyed in 1970's
Format Description
Search Engine Type

Details from the historic survey for this ca. 1820 (per the survey) Walker Mountain Road house and other structures on the farm can be found at the link above.  A photo of the barns can be found in the Barns collection in the McLellan Barns entry.  Below is a photo taken in 2018.

The family that has owned this property for several generations has indicated the home was built ca. 1790.  Amos Robinson (1735 - 1809) and his wife Hepsebeth Wilmarth (1736 - 1809) came to Clarendon from Attleboro, MA sometime in the 1772 - early 1774 range.  In 1807 they sold for $10 half an acre for the Chippenhook Cemetery that adjoins the farm. 

The farm passed to their son Elisha who sold it to Merrill Colvin in 1819. 

John Learned (1780 - 1859) was in Clarendon by 1800 and bought the farm for $1,000 (year not determined yet). John's 1st wife was Sarah Hills (1765 - 1842) and his 2nd Mary Gleason (1794 - 1858).  This property was still owned by the Learned family at the time of the 1869 map compilation, and likely until at least 1887 when John & Sarah's son John (1811 - 1887) passed. 

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