Frances Elizabeth Robins

     Frances Elizabeth Robins was also known as Elizabeth Frances in records. She was commonly known as Bessie.
     Frances Elizabeth Robins married Samuel Handy Halahan Dowse, son of Richard Henry Dowse and Mary Halahan, in 1887?. A Samuel H Halahan Dowse married Frances Elizabeth Robins in the June qtr of 1887 in the Dublin South district.

Children of Frances Elizabeth Robins and Samuel Handy Halahan Dowse

(?) Robinson

     (?) Robinson married Doris Irene Colbert, daughter of Johanna Colbert.

Alfred Robinson

( - circa 1918)
     The marriage of Alfred Robinson and Mary Louisa Bullett, daughter of John Bullett and Lydia Crockford, was registered in Halifax RD, Yorkshire, in the June 1907 quarter. Carol Noble wrote: She married again to James A Drake in 1920 and they had a son, Cecil Drake in 1921 (mum's cousin). He was known from his late teens until he died in recent years as Steve Drake (the name Cecil was not very acceptable when he was doing his national service in the armed forces.) Cecil married Mary D Chapman in 1943, Mary is still alive, and they had 3 children together Carolyn 9-6-1945, James and Alison..
     Alfred died circa 1918.

Ann Robinson

( - before 15 September 1679)
     Ann Robinson married James Bullett, son of Robert Bullett and Catherine Unknown, in 1670 in Baylham, Suffolk.
     Ann died before 15 September 1679 in Baylham, Suffolk. She was buried on 15 September 1679 in St Peter, Baylham.

Ann Robinson

     Ann Robinson was also known as Mary in records.
     Ann Robinson married Sylvester Cavanagh before 1840 in Armagh, Ireland.
     Ann Robinson and Sylvester Cavanagh arrived per "Europa" on 11 September 1852? At Port Albert, Victoria, Australia.

Children of Ann Robinson and Sylvester Cavanagh

Dolly Robinson

     Dolly Robinson married George MacPherson, son of Charles MacPherson and Mary Banks.

Eliza Robinson

(circa 1850 - )
     Eliza Robinson was born circa 1850 in Gransby, Nottinghamshire.
     The marriage of Eliza Robinson and George Stancer, son of George Stancer and Mary Ann Outram, was registered in Sheffield, Yorkshire, in the March 1887 quarter. Are Lucy and Eliza the same person as their occupations, ages and birthplaces are the same?.
     Eliza Robinson and George Stancer appeared on the 1891 census in Wilson St, Brightside Bierlow, Yorkshire. George Stancer, head,60, labourer rolling mill, born Sheffield; his wife Eliza, 41, charwoman, born Granby, Notts; children Harriet 19, spoon & fork buffer, George 16, straightnener? in mill, Lucy 13, all born at Sheffield.

Elizabeth Robinson

(circa 1721 - 18 September 1790)
     Elizabeth Robinson was born circa 1721 in England.
     Elizabeth Robinson married Rev William Dawson on 29 October 1745 in Tydd St Mary, Lincolnshire.
     Elizabeth was buried on 18 September 1790 in Clayworth, Nottinghamshire. Elizabeth, wife of the Rev Wim Dawson, Rector, aged 69.

Children of Elizabeth Robinson and Rev William Dawson

Elizabeth Stanser Robinson

(23 January 1821 - )
Elizabeth Stanser Robinson 11 Nov 1869: To Miss Bingle with E S R's love
     Elizabeth Stanser Robinson was born on 23 January 1821 in Stoke Golding, Leicestershire. She declared her birth date on succeeding to property of Mary Robinson & Wm Frederic Robinson in 1868. She was the daughter of Rev Isaac Robinson and Maria Stanser.
     In Lt Col Charles Stanser's will dated 3 August 1832 in Lymington, Hampshire, Elizabeth Stanser Robinson was named as heir; This is the last Will and Testament of me Charles Stanser of Woodside near Lemington in the County of Hants Esquire made this third day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty two being weak in body but of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding First I direct that all my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses be fully paid and satisfied by my Executors hereinafter named out of my personal Estate I give devise and bequeath unto my Nephew Robert Brymer Stanser now residing at Fulham in the County of Middlesex all that my Copyhold Estate situate lying and being in the town of Fulham aforesaid now in the possession of Mr Bignold or his undertenants by virtue of a lease thereof granted by me to him To hold the said Copyhold Estate with its appurtenances unto my said Nephew Robert Brymer Stanser his heirs and assigns for ever according to the Custom of the Manor of Fulham under which the same is held All the rest residue and remainder of my property I give and bequeath unto the said Robert Brymer Stanser and Charles Edward Cox of Bartletts Buildings Holborn Esquire and to the survivor of them and their Executors Admons and assignes To and for the following trusts and purposes that is to say upon trust in the fist place to convert every thing into money and to Invest the same after payment of my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses as hereinbefore mentioned in the purchase of Government Stock or securities in their own names and upon further trust to pay and apply the interest and dividends thereof unto my Sister Maria Robinson who now resides with me for and during the term of her natural life and from and after the decease of the said Maria Robinson upon further trust to divided the same into three equal parts of shares and to pay one third part thereof unto my Nephew Robert Charles Robinson one other third part thereof unto my niece Sarah Frances Robinson and the remaining third part unto my Niece Elizabeth Stanser Robinson the aforesaid shares not to be paid until they respectively attain twenty one years of age and in case of the death of any or either of them under that age then I give the share of him or her so dying unto the survivor of them in equal shares and proportions And I hereby direct my Executors to retain and reimburse themselves respectively All costs charges and expenses which they may incur or sustain in and about the execution of the trusts of this my Will And I hereby declare that the one shall not be answerable for the other of them but each of them for his own acts deeds or default And I appoint the said Robert Brymer Stanser and Charles Edward Cox Executors of this my last Will and do give unto the said Charles Edward Cox the Sum of ten pounds for his trouble In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal the day and year first before written -
Chas.Stanser - (seal) -
Signed sealed published and declared by the said Testator Charles Stanser as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence and at his request have subscribed our names as witness thereto Henry Scarth Sol of Lyons Inn Strand, John Walker Fulham Middx, Elizabeth Twallin.

     Elizabeth Stanser Robinson appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Maria Robinson and Sarah Stanser in Bromley College for Clergy widows, Bromley, Kent.
     In Robert Brymer Stanser's will dated 20 March 1844 in 'Woodbine Cottage', Regent's Park, Middlesex, Elizabeth Stanser Robinson was named as heir; The beneficiaries were: Aunt Sarah Stanser of Bromley, Kent £300
Frances Robinson and Elizabeth Robinson, £200 each, children of widowed Aunt Maria Robinson, of Bromley.
Elizabeth Bowker of Bulwell, Notts £200
Henry Scarth, friend, a solicitor of Lyons Inn, Middx £200, Executor
Thomas Poynter of Karters Common, London £100, Executor
Martha Gillard servant £50
Elizabeth Bennett servant £50
Sarah Bennett servant £50, 2nd Codicil
James Stanser McNair nephew a ring
Robert Charles Robinson cousin a ring
J.J.Wrigley 19 Guineas for a ring a friend of Charlton Kings, nr Cheltenham, 2nd Codicil
Martha Loveday cook, one years wages, 2nd Codicil
Ann Read housemaid, one years wages, 2nd Codicil
Henry Scarth a ring
Thomas Poynter a ring
Residue of the estate divided into five equal parts :-
late sister Mary Anne Slade son-James Stanser Slade; daughter-Mary Elizabeth Slade
widowed sister Elizabeth Best
widowed sister Eleonor McNair widow of late Lieut. Col James McNair
a sister Sarah Stewart Giles wife of John Cooper Giles, Master in the Royal Navy
sister Hannah Slade wife of Septimus Cambell Moody Slade. Elizabeth was listed as the daughter of Maria Robinson in the 1851 census in Eno? Fair Terrace, Bangor, Caernarvonshire, Wales. Elizabeth was listed as the daughter of Maria Stanser in the 1861 census in West Town, Backwell, Somerset. Maria Robinson, head, widow, 75, landed proprietor, born Bulwell; Elizabeth Stanser Robinson, daughter, 40, born Basford; Sarah Stanser, sister, unmarried, 84, annuitant, born Basford; Elizabeth Trehaine, visitor, unmarried, 52, annuitant, born Basford Ntt.
     Elizabeth Stanser Robinson in Fir Grove, West Town, Blackwell, Somerset, England, sent a letter dated 23 July 1864 to Lydia Frances Phillips. The letter mentions Mrs Best (who is spitting blood and very weak) and Mrs Giles, Captain & Mrs Ingles who are to join the depot of the Regiment in Ireland in the Autumn, Isabel & Charley Bowker, both their mothers, Mr, Mrs & Miss Bingle.
Mrs Best & Mrs Giles send their love
Fir Grove,
West Town nr Bristol
July 23, 1864
My dear cousin,
I intended writing by the Southern post? Mail but waited for the last day as I thought it possible the mail might be in that day, but on the 18th I was so poorly I could not write. We have not received any letters this time, we hope nothing serious has occurred to prevent your writing. I daresay you were occupied with your mother if the floods have permitted her to pay her long promised visit. How glad you would be to see her.
We trust all the children are well. Has Isabel seen her little brother Charley yet? I suppose she has returned home long ago.
I have not any news to send you, so I am afraid you will find this a very stupid epistle. We have had an extraordinarily fine warm summer, the heat has been very great and fears were entertained that there would be a serious want of water; especially in Bristol but we have had rain two days which has done good. More is wished for but it is very fine again today. My dear Mother felt the heat rather weakening but she is pretty well considering all things, and a day or two ago she was induced to go and drink tea with a kind friend of ours, a lady of 84 years of age who lives at the other end of the village, and who is very brisk and lively. My mother had not done such a thing for several years. Our roses have been beautiful this year, but the hot weather scortched (sic) many of the flowers. Her last months accounts from Mrs. Best were not very good; she spits blood so frequently and--she is very weak: she has some hopes that Captain and Mrs. Ingles may join the depot of the Regt. in the Autumn; it is in Ireland. George McNair took cold as soon as he returned to Scotland; we have not heard very lately how he is. And I can only give the same account of Mrs. Giles & Eleanor.
We hope your mother has derived benefit from her visit to you, if she has been able to make it. I suppose baby has been christened; admitted into the Good Shepherd's visible fold; may He guide & guard him and all your little ones, and bring them to His heavenly fold at last[?]. How is Richard now? Not overworking himself I hope. The winter is generally the busiest time for his profession. Your little ones must now be very amusing and must occupy a great deal of your time. Remember us very kindly to Miss Bingle and hope she is well, and Mr. & Mrs. Bingle also. Have you read The Graver Thoughts of a Country Parson? It was sent to me a short time ago & we like it very much. In another style I like "The Chronicles of the Schornberg Cotta Family: we are acquainted with the Mother and some other relations of the Authoress. I suppose all our best books find their way to Australia.
The long talked of suspension bridge from St Vincents Rocks across the Avon, is nearly completed, I will send you a photograph of it if I can get one by the time the next mail leaves. It is a very pretty object. In construction it is very like our old neighbour the Menai Bridge but the scenery around it is very different. I hope you received my letter by the last mail; I was obliged to trust it to a gentleman to post it for me at Bristol as I could not get the paper stamps at our village Post Office. I am glad the intention of doubling the postage between England and Australia was abandoned, so many poor people have friends there that it would have been cruelly felt by many. We hope we shall hear from you next month and receive a good account of all. My dear mother joins me in best love to Richard, yourself and your dear children & with every good wish, believe me my dear cousin,
Ever your affectionate, Elizabeth S Robinson
.
     Elizabeth Stanser Robinson in Fir Grove, West Town, SOM, ENG, sent a letter dated 18 August 1864 to Lydia Frances Phillips. Fir Grove, West Town, nr Bristol
August 18th 1864
My dear Cousin [to Lydia Phillips (Bowker)]
I shall not wait for the arrival of the Australian Mail before I write to you as I want to send you a photograph of the Suspension Bridge at Clifton. It makes a pretty picture: a much prettier one than I should. It has been talked of for so many years and the unfinished piers have stood looking reproachfully at the neighbouring city for nearly a quarter of century so that almost everyone had imagined that they would have become curiosities of unparalleled interest, mysterious …. For Macauley's celebrated new ... to speculate upon, but the bridge is erected at last and is to be opened to the public in October. It is hunger for a bridge which is now ... to Clifton. I have walked over it, and so has Richard I dare say, but now instead of spanning the ... it crosses the ... Sir Greville Smith of Ashton Hall gave £11,000 to enlarge it; I suppose he calculates that it will benefit his property; the shade of the Nightingale Valley will give place to showy villas and become the retreat of Bristol citizens instead of nightingales.
We hope the next mail will bring us a letter from you, as we did not hear last month; and we hope also that it will bring us good things of you all. Your little group of children must be a pretty sight now; their grandmama I am sure would be delighted to see them all together. I hope she was able to pay you her promised visit.
My dear mother has been complaining a little lately of feeling languid and also mother's rheumatic: but on the whole it is as one could expect: she has been out to call on some of our neighbours and she would in the garden.
I have been very poorly at times but am now better. This week many people are feeling weak; we have had a beautiful summer it is said to be 17 years since we have had such a warm dry one but it has it's draw backs the want of water is greatly felt: the poor cattle are in great want of grass and water. Many sheep having died in the Mendip Hills, if you have studied ... and Wordsworth the names of the Mendip and Cotswold hills will be familiar to you. In Bristol people are stunted to the supplying of water for one hour a day. I hope we shall have rain soon; but the sunshine and moonlight
I and some friends went to Chilvey Court a short time ago; once it was a noble place and had been fortified in the times of the Civil War; now half of it is pulled down and the farmer's family live in another part; and part of it left for the convenience or hosts of rats; but the curved balustrades, its fine doorways spoke of departed, and we ascended a remarkably fine staircase; often no doubt trodden by Lords and Ladies and dashing cavaliers but in the darkness and dust our crinolines gave a faint and ghostlike … of the … of long ago. But you are all so fresh and hew in Australia and do know what it is to sit beneath ivy covered walls and dream over the scenes they may have witnessed in the days of your; your province is of another kind.
For fear that you should be tired with my romancing, I will say farewell, with my dear mother's and my best love to yourself Richard and the dear children, and hope we may all meet in the White City with the gates of pearl, where ruin and decay, sorrow and death can never enter
I remain
My dear cousin
Ever yours affectionately
Elizth S Robinson
.
     Elizabeth Stanser Robinson lived at Fir Grove, West Town, Blackwell, Somerset, 16 June 1869.
Elizabeth Stanser Robinson was mentioned as tenant in the manor court rolls dated on 30 March 1870 in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, . Manor of Bulwell: admittance of E S Robinson to lands late of Mary & William Frederick Robinson.
Mary Robinson heretofore of Bulwell, Ntt but afterwards of Bryanston St, Portman Square, Mdx, spinster, a customary tenant of this manor died on or about the second day of December 1853 seized or possessed of certain copyhold premises ... Hunt Lodge & Plantation Close ... (to which said premises the said Mary Robinson deceased was at a Court held for the said manor on 29 March 1815 admitted tenant as the only child and customary heir of Joseph Robinson, of Bulwell, bleacher... by her last will dated 15 August 1853 ... bequeather to her cousin William Frederick Robinson only son of testatrix's late uncle John Robinson ... failing him issue to her cousin Elizabeth Stanser Robinson ... W F Robinson departed this life 20 November 1868 (who resides in Fir Grove, West Town, near Bristol) ... said E S Robinson giveth nothing to the Lord of the said Manor for a fine her fealty is respited and she is thereupon admitted tenant.

     M12 130:
Manor of Bulwell: admittance of E S Robinson to lands late of Mary and William Frederick Robinson.

Manor of Bulwell to wit The Court Baron and special Customary Court of' Samuel Thomas Cooper Esquire, Lord of the said manor holden at Bulwell (aforesaid in the county of Nottingham the thirtieth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy before John Gent and Richard Jennison suitors of the said Court and in the presence of John Johnson, gentleman steward of the said Court.
     At this Court it is presented and found by the aforesaid jury of homage that Mary Robinson heretofore of Bulwell in the county of Nottingham but afterwards of Bryanston Street, Portman Square in the county of Midd1esex, spinster, a customary tenant of this Court died on or about the second day of December one thousand and eight hundred and fifty three seized or possessed of certain copyhold premises situate within the fee aforesaid (to wit) of all that copyhold close of arable land situate in the parish of Bulwell aforesaid known by the name of Hunt Lodge containing one acre two roods and thirteen perches or thereabouts late and for many years past in the tenure or occupation of George Walker but now of his representatives or their undertenants and distinguished on the map or plan annexed to the Tithe Commutation Apportionment for the said parish of Bulwell by the number l27, and also all that copyhold close of pasture land situate at Bulwell aforesaid known by the name of Plantation Close containing four acres and two roods or thereabouts also late and for many years past in the tenure or occupation of the said George Walker but now of his representatives or their undertenants and distinguished on the said map or plan annexed to the said Tithe Apportionment by the number 251 (to which said premises the said Mary Robinson deceased was at a Court held for the said manor on the twenty ninth day of March one thousand eight hundred and fifteen admitted tenant as the only child & customary heir of Joseph Robinson heretofore of Bulwell aforesaid Bleacher deceased and which said premises were afterwards at the same court surrendered by the said Mary Robinson to the use of her will, and it is further presented and found by the said jury that the said Mary Robinson made and duly executed her last will and testament in writing bearing date the fifteenth day of August one thousand eight hundred and fifty three (an extract whereof is enrolled amongst the proceedings of this manor). Whereby, after bequeathing certain legacies and annuities therein mentioned she gave devised and bequeathed all the rest and residue of her freehold copyhold or other real and personal estate whatsoever and wheresoever (including therein the said copyhold premises at Bulwell aforesaid) after payment of her just debts funeral and testamentary expenses and the legacies and annuities thereinbefore bequeathed unto her cousin William Frederick Robinson only son of testatrix's late Uncle John Robinson for his own use and benefit during the term of his natural life and from and immediately after his decease, the said testatrix gave and devised the same unto the eldest child of the said William Frederick Robinson who should be living at his decease or to the issue of an only child who should have died in his lifetime their heirs executors administrators and assigns absolutely according to the nature and quality of such estate and in case the said William Frederick Robinson should die without leaving any such issue then the said testatrix gave devised and bequeathed her said freehold, copyhold and other real and personal estate subject as aforesaid unto her cousin Elizabeth Stanser Robinson for her own use and benefit but in case she should not survive the said William Frederick Robinson then with other remainders over as in the said will expressed and it is further presented and found by the said jury that the said William Frederick Robinson departed this life on or about the twentieth day of 'November one thousand eight hundred and sixty eight without having had or leaving any issue him surviving whereupon the above mentioned copyhold hereditaments with other real and personal estate devised by the will of the said 'Mary Robinson deceased descended to and became vested in the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson (who had survived the said William Frederick Robinson) as devisee in remainder thereof in fee simple under the will of the said Mary Robinson deceased and the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson (who resides in Fir Grove, West Town, near Bristol) being so entitled as above mentioned and of full age now at this Court comes (by John Martin of the town of Nottingham, gentleman her attorney duly authorized by an indenture signed sealed and delivered by the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson bearing date the twenty ninth day of March instant now produced and read and allowed by the said Steward and inrolled amongst the proceedings of this court) and humbly prays to be admitted tenant of and to the said copyhold hereditaments and also of and to all other the customary or copyhold messuages lands tenements hereditaments and premises if any held of the said Manor of which the said Mary Robinson died seized. Whereupon at this Court at the instance of the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson three proclamations are made of the premises aforesaid without reclaim and afterwards at the same Court the lord of the said Manor by his Steward aforesaid granteth all and singular the said premises with their appurtenances and delivereth seizin thereof by the rod unto the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson (by her said Attorney) to hold unto the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson her heirs and assigns in manner and subject as in the said will expressed at the will of the Lord by the rents duties customs and services for the same due and of right accustomed according to the custom of the said Manor and for such estate and admittance thereto the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson giveth nothing to the Lord of the said manor for a fine her fealty is respited and she is thereupon admitted tenant.

     Nottingham City Archives.     Ref. M 12 131:
Manor of Bulwell: surrender by Elizabeth Stanser Robinson to S T Cooper of lands late of Mary & William Frederick Robinson.
Immediately after having been admitted tenant ... by an indenture ... for the sum of £547/6/3 paid by Samuel Thomas Cooper of Bulwell Hall, Esq. (Lord of the Manor) for the absolute purchase of the hereditaments and premises ... land known as Hunt Lodge containing 1 acre, 2 roods and 13 perches ... and Plantation Close containing 4 acres and 2 roods ... (to which said premises the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson hath previously at this same Court benn admitted tenant as devisee in fee in remainder on the death without issue of William Frederick robinson, Esq, lately deceased under the will of Mary Robinson heretofore of Bulwell but afterwards of Bryanston St, Portman Square, Mdx, spinster, deceased).

     Also Inland revenue succession account of Elizabeth Stanser Robinson to property late of W F Robinson mentions his death on 20 Nov 1868. Property described as a freehold farmhouse, outbuildings and homestead and sundry closes of land at Wickersley near Sheffield Yks called Moat House Farm conting 39 : 1 : 29. Let to Mrs Ridge, widow as yearly tenant at £55 p.a.. Two copyhold closes of land at Bulwell Notts, containing 5 : 3 : 0. Let to Mr Walker as yearly tenant at £10 p.a. ... [Nottingham City Archives M12, 123]

     William Frederick Robinson was of York St, Portman Square Mdx 3 June 1854 and declared that he was born 24 April 1812 and am a descendant of a brother of the father of the said Mary Robinson. [Inland revenue succession account to property late of Mary Robinson; Nottingham City Archives M12, 119]

      Manor of Bulwell : Admittance of William Frederick Robinson to lands late of Mary Robinson .... William Frederick Robinson of Upper Seymour St, Portman Square Mdx, Esq. ... Mary Robinson of Bulwell but late of Bryanstone St, Portman Square afsd, spinster.
Mentioned in the will of his cousin Mary Robinson as only son of her uncle John.

     Elizabeth Stanser Robinson and Sarah Stewart Giles appeared on the 1871 census in Backwell, Somerset. Elizabeth Robinson, head, unmarried, 50, landowner, born a visitor Sarah S Giles, widow, aged 47, Independent, born Nova Scotia.
     Elizabeth Stanser Robinson and Sarah Stewart Giles appeared on the 1881 census in 35 Warwick Gardens, Kensington, Middlesex. Sarah S Giles, head, widow, 77, income derived from railway dividends, born Nova Scotia, her cousin Elizabeth Robinosn, unmarried,60, income from land rent, born Golding, Leics; niece Irena? R Slade, unmarried 22, income from Indian dividends, born Hounslow, Mdx and a cook and a housemaid.
     Elizabeth Stanser Robinson and James Templeton Slade appeared on the 1891 census in 12 Bindon Rd, Hammersmith, Middlesex. James T Slade, head, 31, single, clerk born Hounslow, Middlesex; Irene M Slade, sister, single, aged 31, living on own means, born Hounslow; Elizabeth Robinson, cousin ,single, 70, living on own means, born Stoke Golding, Leicestershire; with a servant.
     Elizabeth Stanser Robinson and Irene Mary Slade appeared on the 1901 census in Cavandish House, Cavendish Place, Eastbourne, Sussex. Irene M Slade, single 41, proprietor of boarding house, born Hounslow; Elizabeth S Robinson, cousin, single, 80, living on own means, born Stoke Golding, Leics; Sophhia A Hampton, cousin, single, 48, living on own means born Malta; with boarders and servants.

Frank Robinson

(circa 1865 - )
     Frank Robinson was born circa 1865. He was the son of Susanna Catchpole.

Sir Frederick Villiers Laud Robinson

Child of Sir Frederick Villiers Laud Robinson

George Robinson

(circa 1712 - 1798)
     The Rev W Beasley in his book Bulwell states George Robinson, bleacher came from Scotland where the family were called Robertson. The Robinsons were owners of dying and bleaching works. George was probably a friend of Rector Stanser as they were together as trustees of several wills in this period.
     Mellors states that George Robinson was a cotton spinner, he and his brother having the Nether or Forest Mill. It appears that when George Robertson came from Kincardineshire in Scotland, and settled in Bulwell in 1737, a strong prejudice then prevailing against the people of Scotland, he adopted the English name Robinson. The Popplewick mills were built in 1777 and the Forge Mill in 1787. He died in 1798 aged 86. John Robinson, son of the above c 1805 .... George Robinson was born circa 1712 in Kincardineshire, Scotland.
     George Robinson married an unknown person say 1740.
     George died in 1798 in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire.

Children of George Robinson

George Alexander Robinson

(1911 - 27 March 1991)
     George Alexander Robinson was born in 1911 in Goroke, Victoria.
     George Alexander Robinson married Dorothy Halahan West, daughter of Daniel West and Emma Charlotte Alice Collins, in 1934 in Victoria.
     George died on 27 March 1991 in Edenhope, Victoria.

Hannah Maria Robinson

(1 April 1817 - 5 July 1817)
     Hannah Maria Robinson was christened on 1 April 1817 in Stoke Golding, Leicestershire. She was the daughter of Rev Isaac Robinson and Maria Stanser.
     Hannah died on 5 July 1817.

Rev Isaac Robinson

(say 1780 - January 1824)
     Rev Isaac Robinson was born say 1780 in England. Isaac was assistant curate at Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, from 1803 to 1806.
     Rev Isaac Robinson married Maria Stanser, daughter of Rev Robert Stanser and Sarah Leeson, on 12 January 1809 in Bulwell. Married by licence. Isaac was rector at Stoke Golding, Leicestershire, between 1809 and 1812. At his father in law's death he was described as the Rev Isaac Robinson, master of the free grammar school of Stoke Golding near Hinckley. He was a subscriber to the volume "Old John's tale" published in 1819 in Doncaster, Yorkshire. She wrote "Old John's tale, or half an hours amusement to the not too difficult to please, an irregular poem by a lady, cheerfully dedicated to the good- natured" London: printed by S McDonell, Lombard St for the author and published by B Bisby & M Simpson, Doncaster, 1819. A copy in the Mitchell Library, NSW [from the collection of David Scott Mitchell] has the inscription: Mary Elizabeth Bingle - from the author 1859. Some of the presumed relatives were subscribers to the volume: Dr Best, Capt Best and Miss Best, all of Bulwell; Mr, Mrs & Miss Robinson of Winthorpe House, Dr Robinson, Mrs Robinson & Mr R Robinson of Doncaster, Mrs Robinson of Stoke Golding, Miss Robinson of Blencogo, Mr F Robinson of Nottingham & Mrs S Robinson of Bulwell; Mr & Mrs Steer of Doncaster and Miss Stanser of Doncaster.
     Isaac died in January 1824 in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire. He was buried on 13 January 1824 in St Mary the Virgin & All Souls, Bulwell.

Children of Rev Isaac Robinson and Maria Stanser

Jane or Jeannie Robinson

     Jane or Jeannie Robinson married Richard Vicars Foote, son of Thomas Vicars Foote and Mary Patterson Foote, in 1875 in Victoria.

Children of Jane or Jeannie Robinson and Richard Vicars Foote

John Robinson

( - 1840)
     John Robinson was the son of George Robinson.
     John died in 1840 in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire. He died 42 years after his father's death.

Child of John Robinson

John Robinson

(18 February 1685/86 - )
     John Robinson was christened on 18 February 1685/86 in Owston, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Pasco Robinson and Sarah Ryther.

John Stanser Robinson

(27 December 1809 - )
     John Stanser Robinson was christened on 27 December 1809 in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire. He presumably died young as he is not mentioned with his siblings in their uncle Charles Stanser's will of 1832. He was the son of Rev Isaac Robinson and Maria Stanser.

Joseph Robinson

(circa 1746 - 7 January 1789)
     Joseph Robinson was born circa 1746 in Nottinghamshire. See also Nan Greatrex's article "The Robinson Enterprises at Papplewick, Nottinghamshire" in Industrial Archaeology Review in Autum 1986 & Spring 1987 on cotton spinning machinery by the Robinsons at Papplewick, a village on the River Leen to the north of Nottingham. Part One of this article describes the establishment of the family enterprise by a young Scotsman, who started as a bleacher and then progressed to water-powered cotton spinning. The family operated on six separate sites in the Leen Valley before they withdrew from cotton spinning in the 1820s and turned to banking. He was the son of George Robinson. Joseph was a bleacher, Papplewick, Nottinghamshire.
     Joseph Robinson married Cassandra Stanser, daughter of Rev Robert Stanser and Sarah Leeson, on 27 November 1786 in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire. Married by licence, her borother Robert jr was a bondsman.
     Joseph died on 7 January 1789 in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire. He was mentioned as the previous tenant in the manorial court roll in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, dated 1815, in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, . Manor of Bulwell: admittance of Mary Robinson to lands late of John Robinson & surrender of same to uses of her will. Date 1815 (copies 1869) [Nottingham City Archives M12, 117] - ... Mary Robinson of Winthorpe co. Nottingham, spinster (only child and customary heir of Joseph Robinson late of Bulwell, co. Nottingham, bleacher, deceased)...

Child of Joseph Robinson and Cassandra Stanser

Joseph Robinson

(11 November 1662 - 1 October 1727)
     Joseph Robinson was born on 11 November 1662 in Tuarfelim, Westmeath or Wexford, Ireland. He was of Tupholim, son of Anthony Robinson of Tupholim.
     Joseph Robinson married Mary Handy, daughter of Thomas Handy and Elizabeth Sissimore (Deaves), on 29 August 1694 in Ballinacarrick, Kiltennell, Wexford, Ireland. They had 11 children and are the ancestors of Michael Goodbody of Essex.
     Joseph died on 1 October 1727 in Killogeenaghan, Moate, Westmeath, aged 64. In addition to the home farm, Joseph had farms at Glynn in Mount Temple parish and at Walderstown in Drumraney parish in 1712. He was buried in Moate, Westmeath.

Mary Robinson

(3 March 1788 - 2 December 1853)
     Mary Robinson was christened on 3 March 1788 in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of Joseph Robinson and Cassandra Stanser.
     In Rev Robert Stanser's will dated 30 May 1808 in Bulwell, Mary Robinson was named as heir; His will mentions land at Wickerly, Yorkshire in trust for his grand daughter Mary Robinson, copyhold lands in Wales, Yorkshire to his daughters Maria and Sarah, the deceased Richard Ryther Popplewell Steer, his eldest son Robert Stanser Doctor of Laws and Rector of St Paul's at Halifax in Novia Scotia (who is amply provided for), other son Charles, a major in the Royal Marines (who is already provided for), son in law John Johnson & daughter Hannah his wife, nieces Ann Leeson & Hannah James. Sarah Stanser, executrix.

     This is the last will and testament of me Robert Stanser, Rector of Bulwell in the county of Nottingham. I give devise and bequeath all that my messuage farm lands, tenements and hereditaments at Wickersley in the county of York, (now vested in me as surviving mortgagee in fee thereof, in trust for my grand daughter Mary Robinson, Richard Ryther Popplewell Steer my co-mortgagee and trustee being dead and the money due on which mortgage were monies we held in trust for my said grand daughter) and all principal monies estate and interest thereon and therein unto and to the use of my said grand daughter Mary Robinson her heirs executors administrators and assigns.
I give and devise my customary or copyhold messuages lands, tenements, hereditaments and estate at Wales in the said county of York (which copyhold premises I have surrendered to the use of my will) unto my two daughters, Sarah Stanser and Maria Stanser equally to be divided between them and to their respective heirs and assigns for ever as tenants in common and not as joint tenants.
I give unto my eldest son, Robert Stanser, Doctor of Laws and Rector of Saint Pauls at Halifax in Nova Scotia (and who is amply provided for in the world) all my manuscripts, sermons and works and a mourning ring.
I give unto my other son, Charles Stanser, a Major in the Royal Marines (and who is already provided for)
To my son in law John Johnson Esquire and to my daughter Hannah, his wife, a mourning ring each, which I request they will accept as tokens of my regard and affection for them.
I give to my niece, Ann Leeson, twenty pounds and to my niece Hannah James, ten guineas, and as to all the rest residue and remainder of my ready money and securities for money goods, cattle, chattels, personal estate, debts, credits and effects whatsoever and wheresoever, I give and bequeath the same (subject to the payment of all my just debts and funeral expenses) unto my said two daughters Sarah Stanser and Maria Stanser equally to be divided between them and I do hereby nominate and appoint my said daughter Sarah Stanser sole executrix of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former and other wills by me at any time heretofore made.
In witness whereof I the said Robert Stanser the testator have to this my last will and testament set my hand and seal this thirtieth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eight.
Signed sealed published and declared by the above named Robert Stanser the testator as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses. Robert Stanser. Alfred Padley. Samuel.... , Thomas Chester.
She witnessed the second marriage of Thomas Dawson Bowker and Elizabeth Steer on 21 August 1811, Hatfield, Yorkshire; by licence. He was described as a widower and the marriage was witnessed by Wm Duncan Campbell & Mary Robinson.
The Leeds Intelligencer on 26 August 1811 reported: On Wednesday, Thomas Dawson Bowker, Esq: to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Richard Ryther Popplewell DSteer, Esq: of Bawtry.
An 1863 affidavit of Joseph Callidine of Bulwell Nottingham, gentleman aged 65 states: I have known for many years well and intimately acquainted with Thomas Dawson Bowker and Elizabeth his wife formerly Elizabeth Steer, spinster, that they were as I have been informed and believe married at Hatfield Yorks August 1811 and then and for some time afterwards resided there, that they afterwards removed and for many years resided at Bulwell afsd...
     Mary Robinson lived at Winthorpe, Nottinghamshire, 1815.
Mary Robinson was mentioned as tenant in the manor court rolls dated in 1815 in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, . Manor of Bulwell: admittance of Mary Robinson to lands late of John Robinson & surrender of same to uses of her will. Date 1815 (copies 1869) [Nottingham City Archives M12, 117] - ... Mary Robinson of Winthorpe co. Nottingham, spinster (only child and customary heir of Joseph Robinson late of Bulwell, co. Nottingham, bleacher, deceased)... She was a subscriber to the volume "Old John's tale" published in 1819 in Doncaster, Yorkshire. She wrote "Old John's tale, or half an hours amusement to the not too difficult to please, an irregular poem by a lady, cheerfully dedicated to the good- natured" London: printed by S McDonell, Lombard St for the author and published by B Bisby & M Simpson, Doncaster, 1819. A copy in the Mitchell Library, NSW [from the collection of David Scott Mitchell] has the inscription: Mary Elizabeth Bingle - from the author 1859. Some of the presumed relatives were subscribers to the volume: Dr Best, Capt Best and Miss Best, all of Bulwell; Mr, Mrs & Miss Robinson of Winthorpe House, Dr Robinson, Mrs Robinson & Mr R Robinson of Doncaster, Mrs Robinson of Stoke Golding, Miss Robinson of Blencogo, Mr F Robinson of Nottingham & Mrs S Robinson of Bulwell; Mr & Mrs Steer of Doncaster and Miss Stanser of Doncaster.
     "Mrs Bowker's favourite cousin. Both her parents died young. Brought up by her aunt and uncle Robinson. Never married. She was one of Mrs Bowker's bridesmaids. Her aunt Mrs Robinson, sang beautifully. She has 2 children - Georgie an idiot who died aged 19 and a son William Robinson." [account written by Lydia Phillips/Bowker?]
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     Mary Robinson made a will dated 15 August 1853 in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire. Mary Robinson, of Bulwell, Nottingham, spinster, mentions her cousin Elizabeth Stanser Robinson, daughter of the Reverend Isaac Robinson deceased, her cousin Elizabeth Bowker the wife of Mr Thomas Bowker, her servant Martha Read, her late uncle John Robinson, her cousin William Frederick Robinson - only son of my late uncle John Robinson, also Capt Wilson Wroot Royal Navy. Executors William Frederick Robinson & Alfred Hooper. Witnessed by Maria Robinson, Trefriw Carnarvonshire, Sarah Stanser, Trefriw Carnarvonshire.

     Mary died on 2 December 1853 in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, aged 65.
     Her will was proved on 27 December 1853 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Her estate was left to William Frederick Robinson [of Upper Seymour St, Portman Square, Mdx when he was admitted to her copyhold lands in Bulwell 26 March 1856] who declared on 3 June 1854 that he was born 25 April 1812 and was a descendant of a brother of the father of the said Mary Robinson. She was mentioned as a deceased tenant in the manorial rolls dated 24 March 1856, in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, . Manor of Bulwell: admittance of William Frederick Robinson to lands late of Mary Robinson.
Manor of Bulwell (to wit) The View of Frankpledge with the Court Leet Great Court Baron and Customary Court of the Reverend Alfred Padley Clerk, Lord of the said Manor holden at Bulwell aforesaid in the count of Nottingham in and for the said Manor on Wednesday the twenty sixth day of March in the nineteenth year of our Sovereign Lady Victoria by the grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland queen defender of the faith and in the year of our Lord 1856 that is to say the Court Leet before John Johnson, gentleman and the Court Baron and Customary Court before Alfred Faulconbridge and Joseph Calladine suitors of the said Court in the presence of the said John Johnson Steward of the said Court.
     At this court comes William Frederick Robinson of Upper Seymour Street, Portman Square in the count of Middlesex, esquire, the devisee for life named in the last will and testament of Mary Robinson heretofore of Bulwell in the county of Nottingham but late of Bryanstone Street, Portman Square aforesaid, spinster, deceased bearing the date the 15 August 1853 (the probate copy whereof under the seal of the Exchequer and Prerogative Court of York is now produced and shewn to the said jury and read and allowed by the said Steward and enrolled amongst the proceedings of this Court) which said Mary Robinson was at the time of her decease a customary tenant by John Martin of the town of Nottingham Attorney's clerk his Attorney duly authorized by letter of Attorney under the hand and seal of the said William Frederick Robinson bearing the date 24 March instant now produced and read and allowed by the said Steward and enrolled amongst the proceeding of this Court and humbly prays to be admitted (by his said Attorney) tenant to all and every the copyhold or customary messuages cottages or tenements closes pieces or parcels of land or ground hereditaments and premises situate or standing lying and being in Bulwell aforesaid and within the said manor late the property of the Mary Robinson deceased and the which the said William Frederick Robinson is now seized or entitled as such devisee named in the said will of the said Mary Robinson together with their and every of their rights members and appurtenances. Whereupon at this same Court at the instance of the said William Frederick Robinson three proclamations are made of the premises aforesaid without reclaim and thereupon the Lord of the said Manor by his Steward aforesaid granteth all and singular the said premises with the appurtenances and delivereth seizin thereof by the rod unto the said William Frederick Robinson (by his said Attorney) according to the custom of the said Manor to hold unto the said WFR for and during the term of his natural life in manner as in the said will expressed a at the will of the Lord by the rents duties customs and services for the same due and right accustomed according to the custom of the said manor and for such estate and admittance thereto the said WFR giveth nothing to the Lord of the said Manor for a fine his fealty is respited and is thereupon admitted tenant
. She was mentioned as the previous tenant in the manorial court roll in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, dated 30 March 1870, in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, . Manor of Bulwell: admittance of E S Robinson to lands late of Mary & William Frederick Robinson.
Mary Robinson heretofore of Bulwell, Ntt but afterwards of Bryanston St, Portman Square, Mdx, spinster, a customary tenant of this manor died on or about the second day of December 1853 seized or possessed of certain copyhold premises ... Hunt Lodge & Plantation Close ... (to which said premises the said Mary Robinson deceased was at a Court held for the said manor on 29 March 1815 admitted tenant as the only child and customary heir of Joseph Robinson, of Bulwell, bleacher... by her last will dated 15 August 1853 ... bequeather to her cousin William Frederick Robinson only son of testatrix's late uncle John Robinson ... failing him issue to her cousin Elizabeth Stanser Robinson ... W F Robinson departed this life 20 November 1868 (who resides in Fir Grove, West Town, near Bristol) ... said E S Robinson giveth nothing to the Lord of the said Manor for a fine her fealty is respited and she is thereupon admitted tenant.

     M12 130:
Manor of Bulwell: admittance of E S Robinson to lands late of Mary and William Frederick Robinson.

Manor of Bulwell to wit The Court Baron and special Customary Court of' Samuel Thomas Cooper Esquire, Lord of the said manor holden at Bulwell (aforesaid in the county of Nottingham the thirtieth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy before John Gent and Richard Jennison suitors of the said Court and in the presence of John Johnson, gentleman steward of the said Court.
     At this Court it is presented and found by the aforesaid jury of homage that Mary Robinson heretofore of Bulwell in the county of Nottingham but afterwards of Bryanston Street, Portman Square in the county of Midd1esex, spinster, a customary tenant of this Court died on or about the second day of December one thousand and eight hundred and fifty three seized or possessed of certain copyhold premises situate within the fee aforesaid (to wit) of all that copyhold close of arable land situate in the parish of Bulwell aforesaid known by the name of Hunt Lodge containing one acre two roods and thirteen perches or thereabouts late and for many years past in the tenure or occupation of George Walker but now of his representatives or their undertenants and distinguished on the map or plan annexed to the Tithe Commutation Apportionment for the said parish of Bulwell by the number l27, and also all that copyhold close of pasture land situate at Bulwell aforesaid known by the name of Plantation Close containing four acres and two roods or thereabouts also late and for many years past in the tenure or occupation of the said George Walker but now of his representatives or their undertenants and distinguished on the said map or plan annexed to the said Tithe Apportionment by the number 251 (to which said premises the said Mary Robinson deceased was at a Court held for the said manor on the twenty ninth day of March one thousand eight hundred and fifteen admitted tenant as the only child & customary heir of Joseph Robinson heretofore of Bulwell aforesaid Bleacher deceased and which said premises were afterwards at the same court surrendered by the said Mary Robinson to the use of her will, and it is further presented and found by the said jury that the said Mary Robinson made and duly executed her last will and testament in writing bearing date the fifteenth day of August one thousand eight hundred and fifty three (an extract whereof is enrolled amongst the proceedings of this manor). Whereby, after bequeathing certain legacies and annuities therein mentioned she gave devised and bequeathed all the rest and residue of her freehold copyhold or other real and personal estate whatsoever and wheresoever (including therein the said copyhold premises at Bulwell aforesaid) after payment of her just debts funeral and testamentary expenses and the legacies and annuities thereinbefore bequeathed unto her cousin William Frederick Robinson only son of testatrix's late Uncle John Robinson for his own use and benefit during the term of his natural life and from and immediately after his decease, the said testatrix gave and devised the same unto the eldest child of the said William Frederick Robinson who should be living at his decease or to the issue of an only child who should have died in his lifetime their heirs executors administrators and assigns absolutely according to the nature and quality of such estate and in case the said William Frederick Robinson should die without leaving any such issue then the said testatrix gave devised and bequeathed her said freehold, copyhold and other real and personal estate subject as aforesaid unto her cousin Elizabeth Stanser Robinson for her own use and benefit but in case she should not survive the said William Frederick Robinson then with other remainders over as in the said will expressed and it is further presented and found by the said jury that the said William Frederick Robinson departed this life on or about the twentieth day of 'November one thousand eight hundred and sixty eight without having had or leaving any issue him surviving whereupon the above mentioned copyhold hereditaments with other real and personal estate devised by the will of the said 'Mary Robinson deceased descended to and became vested in the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson (who had survived the said William Frederick Robinson) as devisee in remainder thereof in fee simple under the will of the said Mary Robinson deceased and the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson (who resides in Fir Grove, West Town, near Bristol) being so entitled as above mentioned and of full age now at this Court comes (by John Martin of the town of Nottingham, gentleman her attorney duly authorized by an indenture signed sealed and delivered by the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson bearing date the twenty ninth day of March instant now produced and read and allowed by the said Steward and inrolled amongst the proceedings of this court) and humbly prays to be admitted tenant of and to the said copyhold hereditaments and also of and to all other the customary or copyhold messuages lands tenements hereditaments and premises if any held of the said Manor of which the said Mary Robinson died seized. Whereupon at this Court at the instance of the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson three proclamations are made of the premises aforesaid without reclaim and afterwards at the same Court the lord of the said Manor by his Steward aforesaid granteth all and singular the said premises with their appurtenances and delivereth seizin thereof by the rod unto the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson (by her said Attorney) to hold unto the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson her heirs and assigns in manner and subject as in the said will expressed at the will of the Lord by the rents duties customs and services for the same due and of right accustomed according to the custom of the said Manor and for such estate and admittance thereto the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson giveth nothing to the Lord of the said manor for a fine her fealty is respited and she is thereupon admitted tenant.

     Nottingham City Archives.     Ref. M 12 131:
Manor of Bulwell: surrender by Elizabeth Stanser Robinson to S T Cooper of lands late of Mary & William Frederick Robinson.
Immediately after having been admitted tenant ... by an indenture ... for the sum of £547/6/3 paid by Samuel Thomas Cooper of Bulwell Hall, Esq. (Lord of the Manor) for the absolute purchase of the hereditaments and premises ... land known as Hunt Lodge containing 1 acre, 2 roods and 13 perches ... and Plantation Close containing 4 acres and 2 roods ... (to which said premises the said Elizabeth Stanser Robinson hath previously at this same Court benn admitted tenant as devisee in fee in remainder on the death without issue of William Frederick robinson, Esq, lately deceased under the will of Mary Robinson heretofore of Bulwell but afterwards of Bryanston St, Portman Square, Mdx, spinster, deceased).

     Also Inland revenue succession account of Elizabeth Stanser Robinson to property late of W F Robinson mentions his death on 20 Nov 1868. Property described as a freehold farmhouse, outbuildings and homestead and sundry closes of land at Wickersley near Sheffield Yks called Moat House Farm conting 39 : 1 : 29. Let to Mrs Ridge, widow as yearly tenant at £55 p.a.. Two copyhold closes of land at Bulwell Notts, containing 5 : 3 : 0. Let to Mr Walker as yearly tenant at £10 p.a. ... [Nottingham City Archives M12, 123]

     William Frederick Robinson was of York St, Portman Square Mdx 3 June 1854 and declared that he was born 24 April 1812 and am a descendant of a brother of the father of the said Mary Robinson. [Inland revenue succession account to property late of Mary Robinson; Nottingham City Archives M12, 119]

      Manor of Bulwell : Admittance of William Frederick Robinson to lands late of Mary Robinson .... William Frederick Robinson of Upper Seymour St, Portman Square Mdx, Esq. ... Mary Robinson of Bulwell but late of Bryanstone St, Portman Square afsd, spinster.
Mentioned in the will of his cousin Mary Robinson as only son of her uncle John.

Mary Ann Robinson

(circa 1853 - 1937)
     Mary Ann Robinson was born circa 1853.
     Mary Ann Robinson married Edward Bursill in 1868 in Victoria.
     Mary died in 1937 in Maryborough, Victoria.

Children of Mary Ann Robinson and Edward Bursill

Michael Frederick Laud Robinson

(23 January 1914 - 16 May 1971)
     Michael Frederick Laud Robinson served in the military as aCapt.in the Northamptonshire Yeomanry between 1914 and 1918. He was born on 23 January 1914. He was the son of Sir Frederick Villiers Laud Robinson.
     Michael was educated at Eton College, Buckinghamshire?.
     Michael Frederick Laud Robinson married Elizabeth Bridge, daughter of Charles Edward Dunscomb Bridge and Florence Mildred Georgena Canning Hall, on 23 December 1941 in St Peter's, Snailwell, Cambridgeshire, England. Michael was granted a divorce from Elizabeth Bridge in 1966. He married secondly 3 Sep 1966, Joan Isabel, widow of Hon. John Breckinridge Fermor-Hesketh, and daughter of Vernon James Reveley, of Furzedown, Upper Warlingham, Surrey.
     Michael died on 16 May 1971 in Cranford, Northamptonshire, England, aged 57.

Pasco Robinson

(30 November 1664 - )
     Pasco Robinson was born on 30 November 1664 in London. He was christened on 18 December 1664 in St Giles Without Cripplegate, London.
     Pasco Robinson lived at Owston, Lincolnshire, 1685.
     Pasco Robinson married Sarah Ryther, daughter of Robert Ryther and Margaret Campion, on 22 April 1685 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. The marriage bond described them as Paschonem Robinson de Owston, generosus and Sarah Ryther de Misterton, Nottingham, spinster. John Lumbe of Gainsborough was the other bondsman.

Children of Pasco Robinson and Sarah Ryther

Philip Robinson

     Philip Robinson married Susanna Cocksedge, daughter of William Cocksedge and Sarah Stearn, on 14 January 1850 in Thurston, Suffolk.

Phillipa Robinson

(circa 1793 - before 7 November 1847)
     Phillipa Robinson was born circa 1793.
     Phillipa Robinson married Zachariah Cocksedge, son of Thomas Cocksedge and Rebecca Brewster, on 26 October 1815 in Cockfield, Suffolk. I have followed Ray Long on assigning this marriage, etc to the son of Rebecca, although with misgivings because of naming a son Hammond, which suggests Elizabeth Hammond was his mother, however the age at death suggests this birth.
     Phillipa Robinson and Zachariah Cocksedge appeared on the 1841 census in Colchester Green, Cockfield. Zackriah Cocksedge, 50, ag lab, Phillippa 47, George 15, Charles 14, Abraham 12, William 10, Maryan 9, Sophia 7, Lucy 2, all born in the county.
     Phillipa died before 7 November 1847 in Cockfield, Suffolk. She was buried on 7 November 1847 in Cockfield.

Children of Phillipa Robinson and Zachariah Cocksedge

Phoebe Robinson

(1 October 1783 - before 31 December 1847)
     Phoebe Robinson was born on 1 October 1783 in Laughton en le Morthern, Yorkshire. She was christened on 12 November 1783 in Laughton en le Morthern.
     Phoebe Robinson married William Stanser on 23 May 1809 in Throapham, Yorkshire.
     Phoebe Robinson appeared on the 1841 census in Dinnington, Yorkshire. Phebe Stancer, 55, grocer, born in the county, with Mary Heathcote 3, born in the county.
     Phoebe died before 31 December 1847 in Worksop RD.

Child of Phoebe Robinson and William Stanser

Rebecca Robinson

(before April 1717 - 5 April 1752)
     Rebecca Robinson was born before April 1717 in Cambridgeshire, England. A Rebecca Robison was baptised in Doddington, Cambridgeshire on 27 Dec 1716, daughter of Thomas Robison.
     Rebecca Robinson married Thomas Bowker, son of Thomas Bowker and Mary Burgess, on 10 January 1737 in St Wend, March, Cambridgeshire.
     Rebecca died on 5 April 1752 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire. She was buried on 5 April 1752 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire. There is a memorial floor slab in the nave of the church.

Children of Rebecca Robinson and Thomas Bowker

Rebecca Robinson

(12 March 1686/87 - )
     Rebecca Robinson was christened on 12 March 1686/87 in Owston, Lincolnshire. This is the assumed link between Rebecca Robinson and the Ryther family as mentioned in the 1740 deed. A document of 1671? implies that they had children. Rebecca may even be a grandchild as her husband was born in 1703. She was the daughter of Pasco Robinson and Sarah Ryther.
     Rebecca Robinson married Thomas Culcup on 16 November 1725 in St Giles Without Cripplegate, London.
Marmaduke, Pennock, Thomas and Rebecca was party to a deed dated 14 March 1740/41 in re Sewell Hall, Belton, etc., Lincolnshire, England; Indenture (7 parts) dated 14 March 1740, between (1) Richard Poplewell of Temple Belwood in the parish of Belton, Esq., (2) Rebeccah Barton of London, widow, (3) Thomas Culcup of London, gent., and Rebeccah his wife (which Richard, Rebeccah & Rebeccah are heirs at law of Robert Ryther late of the Close of Lincoln, esq., deceased); (4) Marmaduke Ryther of Scarcroft co. York, esq., and Mary his wife, only surviving son and heir of John Ryther the elder of Scarcroft esq. deceased; (5) Pennock Ward of Hedon in Holderness, co. York, gent; (6) George Reynoldson of the city of York, upholder, and Mary his wife (which said Marmaduke, Pennock & George & his wife claim under the will of the said Robert Ryther), and (7) William Gylby of the Close of Lincoln esq. The first 6 will levy a fine to William Gylby of capital messuage in Belton called Sewell Hall etc., etc. for the settling of all controversies between them, with land etc. etc. in Belton, Beltoft, Epworth, Haxey, Diddithorpe, Holton Beckering, Lissington, co. Linc. and Seacroft co. York.