I ran across some documentation that Senator Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. family were slave owners. I will try to reduce the three PDF records of 67-pages, into less than 1,000 words. If you would like to see the photo copies of death, marriage, sale, and  slave’s owner documents, go to the end of this article and click on the PDF files provided.

Joseph Robinette “Joe” Biden, Jr. 6 Generations Pedigree of Slave Owner Ancestors

Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. born 1942 (6th Generation)

  • Mother: Catherine Eugenia “Jean” Finnegan – (1917-2010)
  • Father: Joseph Robinette Biden Sr. – (1915-2002)

Joseph Robinette Biden Sr. (5th Generation)

  •    Mother: Mary Elizabeth Robinette – (c 1894- 1943) Joe Robinette Biden Jr. grandmother
  •    Father: Joseph Harry Biden – (1893- 1941)

Mary Elizabeth Robinette – (c 1894- 1943) (4th Generation)

  • Mother: Mary A Hanafee – (1862-1930)
  • Father: George Hamilton Robinette- (1844-1914)  Joe Robinette Biden Jr. great grandfather

George Hamilton Robinette – (1844-1914) (3rd Generation)

  • Mother: Jane Elizabeth Pumphrey – (1824-1870)
  • Father: Moses Johnson Robinette – (1819-1903) Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. great, great, grandfather 

Moses Johnson Robinette – (1819-1903) (2nd Generation)

  • Mother: Dorcas Johnson – (Birth? Death 1861/2)
  • Father: Jesse Robinette – (Birth? death 1832) (1st Generation) Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. great, great, great grandfather.

We see documentation on page 46,

“that Dorcas Robinette died in 1861 or 1862. Dorcas Robinette’s heirs were: James Robinett, Moses J Robinett Alice Davis, Eliza Ann Jamison, George Robinett, Mary Elizabeth Piper, Anna Maria Piper, Watson J. Piper. This confirms and links Generations 5 and 6. See Jesse Robinett probate records as confirming evidence for Dorcas as wife of Jesse Robinette.”

On page 47, we see

“the 1860 Slave Schedule for Allegany County, Maryland shows that Dorcas Robinette had six slaves. This confirms slave ownership in the Robinette Lineage – 6th Generation of the Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. Ancestry through Dorcus Robinette.”

As we see on page 48,

“the 1850 slave schedule for Dorcas Robinett (widow) and several other Robinette individuals living in Allegany County, Maryland shows that slavery was quite common with the Robinette families. She owned seven slaves. This confirms slave ownership in the Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. Ancestry in the 6th Generation through Dorcas.”

As we see on page 58, there was a

“Slave Schedule for 1830 where it shows Jesse Robinette owned 16 slaves in 1830 confirming 6th Generation ancestor was a Slave Owner. His slaves listed on a second page as shown on the 4th line down. The total of 23 counts both slaves and the number of people in the white family with Jesse having seven persons in his household.”

On page 54,

“Jesse Robinett(e) owned 12 slaves in 1820. This confirms that Generation 6 Ancestor Jesse Robinette was a slave owner. Jesse owned 5 male slaves, ages 14-25; 2 male slaves, ages 26-44; 3 female slaves, ages 0- 13; 1 female slave, age 14-25; and 1 female slave, age 45+, in 1820.”

On page 56,

“Jesse Robinette on the 1810 Census Allegany County, Maryland. He owned six slaves at that time, establishing that Generation 6 Jesse Robinett was a Slave Owner. Jesse Robinette and Dorcas Johnson were married in 1807. They had one son and one daughter under 10 years of age in the 1810 census. He owned six slaves at that time.”

On page 58,

“Jesse Robinette appeared in the 1800 census of Allegany County, Maryland. Jesse Robinette was between 16 and 25 years old in 1800. He was born between 1775 and 1784. He was living with a female aged 16-25. This could have been his sister or a first wife. He married Dorcas “Darkey” Johnson in 1807. He owned two slaves in 1800. This is the earliest reference to slave ownership in the Robinette lineage.”

On page 60 shows a search of,

“the Allegany County, Maryland probate records confirmed Generation 6 Jesse Robinette’s death in 1832, with his Wife Dorcas and Son-in-Law John Piper, Jr. designated as Administrators. A search of his probate records showed that Generation 5 Moses J. Robinette was the son of Jesse and Dorcas and a minor at the time of Jesse’s death, requiring guardianship papers to be filed. This confirms and links Generation 5 and Generation 6.”

On page 62 we see,

“the probate of Maryland Probate Estate and Guardianship Files – Jesse Robinette Probate 1832, Allegany County, Maryland, USA – Transcription Continuation: Distribution of Slave Property to Jesse Robinett’s Heirs. (Footnote 53) The transcription of the above shown “Distribution of Slave Property to Jesse Robinett’s Heirs” continues: “% Dorcas Robinette boy Benjamin valued at four hundred and fifty dollars girl Nancy valued at four hundred and fifty dollars girl Mary valued at two hundred and thirty five dollars and boy Nathan at six hundred dollars and that Dorcas Robinette to pay the Piper Jr the sum of sixteen dollars and sixty six cents “% Jno Davis and Alice his wife boy Bob valued at six hundred dollars and to Jno Davis to pay John Piper Jr the sum of forty seven dollars and thirty three cents “Jas Robinett boy Tom valued at six hundred dollars and the said Jas Robinett to pay said Pipers Jr the sum forty seven dollars and thirty three cents “George Robinett boy Charles valued at three hundred and fifty dollars and boy Solomon valued at two hundred and fifty dollars the George Robinett to the Piper Jr forty seven dollars and thirty three cents “Moses J Robinette (a minor) boy Joshua valued at six hundred dollars and the Moses J Robinett by his guardian to pay Eliza Ann Robinett (a minor) forty seven dollars and thirty three cents “% John Piper Jr girl Betsey valued at four hundred dollars and to pay to Eliza Ann Robinett by her guardian six dollars and thirty three cents “% Eliza Ann Robinette boy Pero valued at three hundred dollars and Elin valued at two hundred dollars “…..6th day of “August 1836….”

The heirs of Jesse Robinette, alive in 1832 were:

“Dorcas Robinette, his wife and the following children or sons-in-law:

1) John Davis and wife, Alice (daughter of Jesse and Dorcas Robinette)

2) John Piper, Jr (son-in-law)

3) James Robinette

4) George Robinette

5) Moses J Robinette (a minor)

6) Eliza Ann Robinette (a minor)”

Isn’t it interesting that some of Senator Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. ancestors were slave owners? I wonder why this is not being shared with the public, specifically BurnLootMurder and Antifa.

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