Thursday, November 18, 1943
News had been received of the death of Pfc. Carl Stanley Robinson, a former resident of Stanford, who died in action in New Guinea area November 5. He enlisted in March 1941, when a resident of Hope, Long Island and served two years in the Panama Canal Zone. He went overseas in December, serving in England, North Africa, Australia and New Guinea. He was born in Poughkeepsie, August 15, 1908, a son of Lee Robinson, of New York City and the late Mrs. Robinson, who was Viola Sherow before her marriage. Following his mother's death during the influenza epidemic after the World War I, he resided with his grandparents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Robinson, who then lived near Willows, in this town. Besides his father, he is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Fred Butler, (Anita) Millbrook, Mrs. Warner Parks, Jr. (Helen) Pleasant Valley, Mrs. Donald Bradley, (Esther), of Hyde Park; one brother, Howard, of Poughkeepsie.