Mike was the husband of Mary Ann Morris Robinett. He was a Confederate Civil War Veteran, ranked 2nd Sgt., Company H. 10th Texas Calvary . Acording to the 1880 Van Zandt County, Texas, Census, Mike was a farmer, lived with his wife Mary Ann, and had the following children: John, age 12, in school; Mittie, age 8, in school; Dee, age 5 , in school; and Mary age 2.
(I remember his son Dee. He was an old man when I was a child and we called him "Mr. Dee")--Betty Phillips
This is a picture of Michael Mack Robinet that I found in my Mother's old pictures....Betty Phillips
This is the home of Michael Mack "Mike" Robinett. On the left, with the cane, is son, John, who never married. In the middle is Michael Mack "Mike" and Mary Ann Morris Robinett. On the left is son & wife, Dee and Alma May Simmons Robinett with their daughter, Fannie Dee, who was born in 1898 and died in 1997. This picture was taken about 1899 to 1900, just before Mike died.
Mike Robinett (1842-1900) and James Henry Scott (1864-1924) were partners in the Robinett Scott Saloon in downtown Wills Point.
Information & Pictures supplied by Milda Mason and Betty Pickens Phillips
Page last updated April 21, 2010