Robinson, John Cooley
The following data is extracted from Biography and Genealogy of Western Massachusetts, 1639-1925.
JOHN COOLEY ROBINSON, treasurer of the Connecticut Valley Realty Company of Springfield, Massachusetts, was born in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, June 20, 1865. His father was Josiah Cooley Robinson, a lumber dealer. His mother was Flavia Isabella (Moseley) Robinson.
Mr. Robinson attended Adams Academy, and was graduated from Williams College in the class of 1886. For about fifteen years he was in the cement industry in the West. He is a director of the Chicopee National Bank, and the West Springfield Trust Company. He is vice-president of the Springfield Mortgage Corporation, vice-president of the Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce, director of the City Library Association, and of the Springfield Cemetery Association; a member of the Nayasset Club, the Colony Club, the Springfield Country Club, and the Williams Club of New York. He is a member of the Unitarian Church.
Mr. Robinson married, September 14, 1887, in Sandusky, Ohio, Cora Eugenia Mack, daughter of Isaac Foster and Mary Louise (Foote) Mack; they are the parents of two children: Mary Foote, born June 1, 1888, now Mrs. Douglas V. Wallace; and Richard Mack, born August 3, 1894. Mr. Robinson's business address is No. 387 Main Street, Springfield. His house address is No. 53 Ridgewood Terrace, Springfield, Massachusetts.
Source: Biography and Genealogy of Western Massachusetts, 1639-1925