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Glassenbury, cr. 1620, and to be entitled to the arms of that
family), V.D. , Lt-Col. comdg. and Hon. Col. 3rd (London
Irish) V.B. Rifle Brig.,^. 1845; m. 1895, Elizabeth Maria,
d. of William Tell La Roche, M.D. , of Harrington Park,
New Jersey ; and has issue — (r) Thomas Langdon Howland
Roberts, Esq., h. 1898; (2) Gilbert Howland Roberts,
Esq., b. 1900. Res. — 31 Argyll Road, Kensington, W.
Clubs — St. Stephen's, Royal Cork Yacht.

His Honour Judge Walworth Howland Roberts, a Judge
of County Courts, b. 1855 ; m. 1890, Katherine, d. of John
Gibson Thomson of Aitechuan, co. Argyll; and has issue
— (i) Walter St. Clair Howland Roberts, Gentleman,
b. 1893 ; and Winifred Elliott. Res. — Dunston House, nr.
Stafford. Club — Savile.

Son of Rev. Edmund Gilbert Roberts, B.D. , Rector of

Paul's Cray, Kent, and afterwards of Glanville, Wootton,

Dorset, b. 1810; d. 1856; m. 1836, Elizabeth Anne, d.

of Major Joyce of Teignmouth : —
Herbert Roberts, Gentleman, b. 1847. Res. —

Sons of Michael Roberts of Kilmoney Abbey, Sen. Fell.

Trin. Coll., Dub., b. 1817; d. 1882; m. 1851, Kate

(Seat — Kilmoney Abbey), d. of John Drew Atkin of

Castle Park, co. Dublin : —
Michael Randal Roberts, Gentleman, b. 1861. Res. —
Kilmoney Abbey, co. Cork.

Rev. John Drew Roberts, Gentleman, b. 1863. Res. —
St. Swithin's Vicarage, Hither Green, Lewisham.

Walter Theobald Pepper Roberts, Gentleman, b. 1868.
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Son of Rev. William Roberts. Senior Fellow Trin. Coll. ,
DuU,^. 1817; d. 1884; m. 1849, W'ilhelniina Augusta,
d. of Ralph Wcstropp of Meadstown, co. Cork : —

Rev, William Ralph Westropp Roberts, M.A., Fellow
of (Trin. Coll., Dub.), b. 1850; m. 1883, Lydia Mary,
d. of (Jooi>;e HotUler uf Fountain^town, co. Cork ; anti has
issue— Wilhelmina iKtrolhy Maud ; and Monica Kalh.irinc.
Jits. — I'riorsland, Carrickmincs, co. Dublin. Clubs — Uni-
versity (Dublin), Royal Cork Yacht.

Michael 'I'heodore Roberts, Gentleman, b. 1851; m,
1888. Fllen Mary, d. of Rev. Dr. Welldon. Res.—

Ralph Augustus Roberts, Gentleman, ^. 1854; m. 1889,
Julia Is;ibel, d. of James Scott of Ballygannon, co.
Wicklow. lies. —

Rev. Charles Westropp Roberts, Rector of Riversiown,
b. 1857; m. 1885, Cornelia Jane Florence (rf. 1898), d. of
Hodder Westropp of Rookhurst, co. Cork. Res.—'i'ht
Rectory, Riverstown, co. Cork.

ROBERTS (H. Coll. ). Gules, a chevron ermine, cottised
argent, between two pheons in chief of the last and in base
a plate. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, upon the battlements of a tower a falcon
rising proper, belied gold, supporting with the dexter claw
an anchor or.

Son of Edward Roberts of Tulse Dale Villa, Lower

Norwood, b. ; d. ; m. : —
George Roberts, Gentleman, b. . Res. — Tulse Dale
Villa, Lower Norwood, S.E.

Sir WILLIAM CHANDLER ROBERTS-AUSTEN,
K.C.B., D.C.L., F.R.S. Bom March 3, 1843, being the
eldest son of (Jeorge Roberts of the Honourable Hudson's
Bay Company, by his wife Maria Louisa, dau. of William
Chandler, M.D., of Canterbury. Livety — Black. Armo-
rial bearings — Quarterly i and 4, or. on a chevron gules,
between three lions' gambs erased and erect sable, armed
gules, five fleurs-de-lis of the first (for Austen) ; 2 and 3,
gules, a chevron ermine, cotised argent, between two
pheons a chief of the last, and a plate in base (for Roberts).
iffitntUng gules and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of the
colours, upon the battlements of a tower or, a tilting-spear
fesseways proper, thereon a roebuck sejant argent, attired
or (for Austen) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, on the
battlements of a tower projjer, a falcon rising proper, sup-
porting with the dexter claw an anchor or (for Roberts).
Married, April 20, 1876, Florence Maude, dau. of R.
AUdridge of Old Charlton, Kent. Residence — Blatchfeld,
Chilworth, Surrey. Estate - Haffenden and Combourne, in
the CO. of Kent. Club — Athenasum.

CHARLES ROBERT ROBERTS-WEST, Gentleman.
Bom May 8, 1849, being the second and youngest son of
the late Phihp Joseph Roberts- West of the 17th Lancers, by
his wife Ann, dau. of James Stockley. Armorial bearings
— Argent, a fesse dancet^e paean. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet gold, a griphon's
head paean, beaked and eared or. Married, Oct. 21, 1873,
Florence Dalton, dau. of Joseph Brooke of Bollington,
CO. Chester; and has Issue — (i) Charles Raymond Roberts-
West, Gentleman, b. Sept. 7, 1874; (2) Philip Douglas
Roberts- West, Gentleman, Lieut. Royal Navy, b. March
I, 1876; (3) Archer Roberts- West, Gentleman, b. Oct. 17,
1886 ; and Maud.

S JAMES ROBERTS-WEST, Esquire, Lieut. Royal
Naval Reserve, J. P. and D.L. for co. Gloucester, and
High Sherifl for that co. 1891. Bom Nov. 13, 1845, being
the eldest son of the late James Roberts- West, Esq., J. P.
and D.L. for co. Gloucester, High Sheriff 1845, by his wife
Elizabeth, third dau. of Joseph Moore Moultbee of Spring-
field house, CO. Warwick. Armorial bearings— Argent, a
fesse dancett^ pa;an. Mantling sable and argent. Crest
— Out of a ducal coronet gold, a griphon's head paean,
beaked and eared or. Married Elizabeth Louisa, eldest
dau. of William Charles Alston of Elmdon Hall, Solihull,
CO. Warwick ; and has Issue — (i) James Bowmont Roberts-
West, Gentleman, b. April 2, 187 1 ; (2) Harry Charles John
Roberts- West, Gentleman, Lieut. R.N., ^. Aug. 20, 1872; (3)
Reginald Montagu Roberts- West, Gentleman, Lieut. R.N.,
b. June 14, 1875; (4) Algernon Claude Philip Roberts- West,
Gentleman, b. April 4, 1878; and Gwendoline Vega, de-
ceased. Seat— Mscol Park, co. Gloucester. Club — Royal
Yacht Squadron (Cowes).



LEONARD ROHKRIS- WEST. Gentleman. Born
Sept. 30, 1859, l>cing the second and youngest son of
the late James Rolx-ris-West, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co.
(Jloucester, and \i\f,\\ Sheriff 1845, by his wife Kli/uheth,
third dau. of Joseph Moore BouUIk-c of Springfield llousc|
CO. Warwick. Armorial bearings Argent, a fesse dan-
cett^ pican. Mantling sable and argent. Crest- Out of
a ducal coronet gold, a griphon's hejid pxan, beaked and
eared or. Married, Jan. 30, 1884, Eleanor Cecile, eldest
dau. of Henry Townsend Boultbee of Springfield, co.
Warwick ; and has Issue — Edeline ; Gwendoline Mabel ; and
Irene Geraldine. Seat — Mount House, Hythe, co. Hants.

ROBERTSON, borne in pretence by LONGUEVILLE.

ROBERTSON, quartered by WILLIAMSON.

ROBERTSON, see ASKEW-ROBERTSON, FORBES-
ROBERISON, and STEWART-ROBERI SON.

ALASDAIR STEWART ROBERTSON, Gentleman,
of Struan, in the county of Perth, styled " Struan
Robertson," Major late West of Scotland Artillery. Born
November 6, 1863, being the eldest and only surviving
son of the late Alexander Gilbert Robertson (Struan Roljert
son) of Struan, by his wife Charlotte Wilhelmina Hoffman.
Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms : Gules, three
wolves' heads erased argent, armed and langued azure, lying
on a compartment under the arms, a wild man chained.
Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his
degree, with a mantling gules doubled argent ; and upon
a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a dexter arm and
hand erect, holding an imperial crown all proper. Sup-
porters are used and quoted in Burke's "Landed Gentry,"
namely dexter, a serpent; sinister, a dove ; the heads of each
encircled with rays, but they are of no authority and of
modern assumption. Motto — " Virtutis gloria merces."
Residence — Barracks, Rannoch, North Britain. Clubs—
Junior United Service, Caledonian.

SThe Right Hon. JAMES PATRICK BANNEi
MAN ROBERTSON. BARON ROBERTSON,
Forteviot, co. Perth, a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary and]
Life Peer, formerly (1891-1899) Lord Justice-General and F
sident of the Scottish Court of Session, P.C., Q.C., D.!
for city and county of the City of Edinburgh, and
of Kincardine, M.A. , Hon. LL.D. (Edinburgh), Lo
Rector of the -University 1893-1896. Solicitor-General
Scotland 1885-1886 and 1886 1888, and Lord Advocate ;
Scotland 1888-1891. Club — Carlton. Armorial beajrinj
— Gules, a fesse ermine, between two wolves' hi-ads erase
in chief and a banner displayed bendways in base argend
thereon a canton azure charged with a saltire of the thirq
Mantling gules doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of
liveries is set for a Crest, a dexter arm erect proper, charge
with an ermine spot, the hand holding an imperial crov
also proper ; and in an escroll above, this Motto, " Virtut|
gloria merces." Supporters — On either side a wolf
gent, charged on the shoulder with a thistle, and standir
on a fasces both proper. Married, 1872, Philadelphia Mar
Lucy, dau. of W. N. Eraser of Tornaveen, Aberdeenshire;
and has Issue — (i) The Hon. Robert Bannerman Fraser
Robertson, Capt. 21st Lancers, Barrister (Inner Temple),
served with Imperial Yeomanry in South Africa 1900-1901
(mentioned in despatches), b. 1873 ; (2) Hon. Hugh Robert-
son, Lieut. 14th Hussars, served in South Africa 1900-
1901, b. 1879, d. at Johannesburg 1901 ; Hon. Philadelphia
Sybil \rn. 1904, Lieut Charles Maclean, R.N.]. Seat —
Muchalls Castle, Kincardineshire. Residence — 108 Eaton
Square, London, S W.

JAMES PETER ROBERTSON, Gentleman. Armo-
rial bearings- Gules, on a fesse between three wolves'
heads erased argent, two roses of the first. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest On a wreath of his liveries,
a dexter hand erect proper, holding an antique crown or.
Motto — " Virtute acquiritur honos." Residence — Fore-
shores, Kilmure, Argyll.

LAWRENCE ROBERTSON, Gentleman. Armorial
bearings Gules, a lion's head between three wolves' heads
all erased argent. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest
— On a wreath of his liveries, an arm erect, the hand holding
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ROBERTSON (H. Coll.). Or, on a pale gules, between
two cinquefoils in fesse vert, as many wolf's heads erased in
pale of the first. Mantling' gules and or. Crest — Upon a
rock proper, a wolf's head erased or, gorged with a collar
gemel gules, between two cinquefoils also or.
Sons of : —

Rev. John Robertson M.A. , D.D. , Vicar of Bradford,
Hon. Canon of Ripon Cathedral, b. 1852. AV^.^The
Vicarage, Bradford.

William Robertson, Gentleman, b. 1856.

ROBERTSON-EUSTACE (R.L.,3oDec. 1903, U.O.).
Quarterly, i and 4, or, a saltire gules (Eustace) ; 2 and 3,
gules, a chevron or between three wolfs heads erased
argent, in the centre chief point a crescent of the last
( Robertson). Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a stag at gaze proper, between the attires or
a crucifix argent. Motto — " Cur me persequeris. "

Sons of Col. Robert Jameson Eustace, late 6oth
Rifles, b. 1828 ; d. 1889 ; m. 1863, Lady Katharine
Legge, d. of William, 4th Earl of Dartmouth :^

Major Charles Legge Eustace Robertson - Eustace,
D.S.O., King's Roy. Rifle Corps, served in Manipur
Exped. 189T, Burma 1891-2, Mashonaland i8g6, and in
S. African War 1899-1902, b. 26 July 1867. Seats —
Robertstown, co. Kildare, Ballydoyle, co. Cork. Res. —
Montague House, Wokingham, Berks. Clubs — Welling-
ton, Kildare Street (Dublin).

Robert William Barrington Eustace, Esq., Assist. Supt. of
Police, Brit. East Africa, Capt. Army Reserve, late 4th Batt.
S. Staffordshire Regt., b. 1870. ^«.— Kiambu, B.E.A.

Seton George Legge Eustace, Gentleman, b. 1871.
Res. — Calcutta. Clubs — Isthmian, Bengal (Calcutta).

3 ARCHIBALD LOUIS ROBERTSON - FULLAR-
TON, Esquire, D.L. co. of Bute, M B. Edinburgh
University. Born Oct. 8, 1862, being the eldest son of
the late Rev. Henry M. Robertson, Minister of Bo'ness
Parish, co. Linlithgow, who, in virtue of the Deed of Entail,
assumed the name of Fullarton, by his wife Susan Anne,
third dau. of Major Archibald Fullarton of Kilmichael and
Whitefarland. Armorial bearings — Argent, a crescent
between three otters' heads erased gules. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a
camel's head erased proper. Motto — " Lux in tenebris."
Seat — Kilmichael, Brodick, Isle of Arran. Residence— 201
Bath Street, Glasgow.

S ROBERT PURDON ROBERTSON -GLASGOW,
Esquire, J. P. and D.L. co. Ayr, late Lieut.-Col. 2nd




V.B. R. Scots Fusiliers. Born July 22, 1868, being the eldest
son of the late Robert Bruce Robertson-Glasgow, Esq.,
J. P. and D.L., by his wife Deborah Louisa Grace, dau. of



Simon George Purdon of Tinerana, co. Clare. Livery —
Black. Armorial bearing^ (rematric. Sept. 17, 1902) —
Quarterly i and 4, gules, on a chevron between three
wolves' heads erased argent three crescents of the field (for
Robertson) ; 2 and 3 argent, a cocoanut tree fructed proper,
growing out of a mount in base vert, on a chief azure, a
shakefork between a maitlet on the dexter and a salmon
on the sinister argent, the last holding in the mouth a ring
or (Glasgow, 1807). MantlingB — Dexter, gules, doubled
argent ; Sinister, azure, doubled argent. Crests — Dexter,
a dexter hand holding up an Imperial crown all proper.
(Motto — "Quo fas et gloria"); Sinister, a demi-negro,
holding in the dexter hand a sugar-cane nil proper (Motto
— " Parcere subjectis.") Married, Feb. 9, 1897, Muriel
Barbara, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Holt Wilson ; and has
Issue — (i) Robert Wilson Robertson-Glasgow, Gentleman,
b. Nov. 7, 1899 ; (2) Raymond Charles Robertson-Glasgow,
Gentleman, b. July 15, 1901 Seat — Craigmyle, Torphins,
Aberdeenshire. Club - Naval and Military.

JOHN STEWART ODIARNE ROBERTSON-LUX-
FORD, Esq., J. P. cos. Perth and Sussex, Barrister-at-Law.
Born Feb. 13, 1851, being the only son of the late John
Odiarne Luxford, Esq., of Higham, Sussex, J. P., sometime
an officer Royal Dragoons, by his wife Marion, dau. of
Robert Wallas, Esq., of Madeira; and assumed by Royal
License in 1864 the additional name and arms of Robertson,
pursuant to the will of the late George Duncan Robertson,
Esq., of Struan. Clubs — Brooks's, United University, New
(Edinburgh). Armorial bearings — Quarterly i and 4, or,
on a pile azure, between two arrows points downwards in
base of the last, three boars' heads couped of the field (for
Luxford) ; 2 and 3 gules, three wolves' heads erased or (for
Robertson) ; Mantling azure and or; and for his Crests, i.
upon a wreath of the colours, on a rock proper, a wolf
rampant or, collared, with line reflexed over the back azure,
supporting an arrow as in the arms also proper (for Lux-
ford) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a hand holding up an
imperial crown proper (for Robertson). Motto — " Virtutis
gloria merces." Married, 1880, Cecilia Helen, eldest dau.
of the late James Walker of Dairy ; and has Issue — James
Odiarne Robertson Luxford, Gentleman, b. 1882 ; Ermen-
trude Anne, and Audrey Marion. Seats—Higha-m House,
Robertsbridge, Sussex ; and Croiscrag, Rannoch, Perthshire.

^ DAVID ROBERTSON -MACDONALD, Esquire,
^ Admiral in Her Majesty's Fleet (retired). Born Aug.




6, 1817, being the sixth but only surviving son and heir male
of David Robertson-Macdonald, Esq., Lieut.-Col. (77th
Regt.), by his wife Margaret, only dau. and heir of Alex-



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andcr Macdonald, Esquire, of Kinlochmoidart, co. Inver-
neu, IJeut.-Col. 71st Kegt. Amorlal bearlngi— Quarterly
I and 4, gules, three crescents interlaced or, between as
many wolves' heads erased argent, armed and langued azure,
all within a bordure of the tnird, charged with three cres-
a-nts in chief and five mullets of the first ; 2 and 3, quarterly,
i. argent, a lion rampant gules; ii. or, a dexter handcouped
fesseways, holding a ctoss crosslet fltche^ in pale gules ; iii.
or, a lyniphad oars in salUre sable, and in base a salmon
naiant proper in a sea vert ; iiii. argent, an oak tree proper.
Ifyntitiiy - £)exter, gules and or ; sinister, gules and argent.
OrMta— I. on a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand issuing
out of clouds, holding a garb proper^ MottO, " Ferseveranti
dabitur" (for RoIktIsou) ; a. on a wreath of his liveries, a
castle argent, masoned sable; Motto, "My hope is con-
stant in thee" (for Macdonald). Married, Feb. 10, 1848,
Caroline, dau. of James Beck of Priors Hardwick, Warwick-
stiire ; and has Issue ~-Day'\A Macdonald Robcrtson-Mac-
donald, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law, M.A. Oxon., b. May

?o. 1857 [iw., Aug. 6, 1889, Ellen Sophia, dau. of the Ven.
ohn William Sheringham, Archdeacon and Canon of
Gloucester, and has issue, Alan David James Roberison-
Macdonald, Gentleman, ^. July 25, 1895, Margaret Gertrude,
Caroline Janet, and Flora, d. 18^8]; Flora Macdonald;
Emma Macdonald, d. 1898 ; Caroline Macdonald, d. 1856 ;
Frances Ellen Macdonald ; Margaretta Macdonald ; and
Sarah Coker Macdonald. Hes. — i Mardale Cres. , Edinburgh.

HUGH MAYNARD EYRE ROBERTSON - ROSS,
Gentleman, late of Glenmoidart, co. Inverness. Bom Nov.
10, 1856. Armorial bearings — Quarterly or and gules,
on a cross ermine, between in the first and fourth quarters
a lymphad sable, and in the second and third three lions
ramp»ant of the third, a water-bouget of the fourth. Mant-
ling' gules and or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the
colours, an eagle displayed proper, charged on the breast
with a water-bouget sable, and resting each claw upon a
buckle or. Motto—" Spes aspera levat."

ROBINSON, quartered by BURTON.

ROBINSON, see RAINEY-ROBINSON.

ARTHUR MUSCHAMP ROBINSON, Gentleman.
Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. Bom August
31, 1837, only surviving son of the late James Mowld
Robinson of Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, by his wife
Ann, daughter of the late Christopher Muschamp, also of
Beverley. Armorial bearings— He bears for Arms : Vert,
on a chevron between three bucks trippant or, as many
cinquefoils of the field, a canton argent : quartering Bethell,
Bell, Grantham, Bayles, and Mowld ; and on an escutcheon
of pretence for and in right of his wife the arms of Hancock.
Married, Augfust 10, 1865, his cousin Frances Jane, second
daughter and co-heir of the late Charles Hancock of Upper
Clapton, in the county of Middlesex ; and has Issue — (i)
Charles Ifethell Allgood Robinson, Gentleman, born March
25, 1875; (2) Humphrey John Robinson, Gentleman, born
August 26, 1880; (3) William Mowld Robinson, Gentle-
man, bom July 9, 1881 ; (4) Hugh Muschamp Robinson,
Gentleman, born June 16, 1883 ; Helena Frances ; Kath-
erine Mary ; and Annie Margaret. Postal addresses — Lome
House, Oxton, near Birkenhead ; National Club.

Major-General CHARLES WALKER ROBINSON,
C.B. Bom 1836, being the fourth son of Sir John Beverley
Robinson, ist Bart., C.B. , of Toronto, by his wife Emma,
dau. of Charles Walker; created C.B. 1887. Armorial
bearings — Per chevron vert and azure, on a chevron nebuly
between three stags trippant or, a unicorn's head couped
between two cinquefoils of the first, impaling the arms of
Alison, namely azure, a bear's head argent, muzzled gules,
in chief two fleurs-de-lis or, and in base a fir-tree eradi-
cated of the last. Upon the escutcheon, from which is
pendent his badge as a C. B. , is placed a helmet befitting
his degree, with a mantling vert and or. Crest — Upon a
wreath of the colours, a stag trippant or, semde of lozenges
azure, resting the dexter fore-foot on a millrind sable.
Married, 1884, Margaret Frances, dau. of General Sir
Archibald Alison, C.B., 2nd Bart. ; and has Issue living —
Charles Archibald Beverley Robinson, Gentleman, b. March
5, 1898 ; Joan Emma Beverley ; and Dorothy Margaret.
Postal address — Beverley House, Eaton Rise, Ealing, W.
Club — Army and Navy.



FRANCIS EDWARD ROBINSON, Gentleman. M.A.
(Cantab.). Bom _July 30, 1865, being the elder son of the
late Edward Robinson of York, by his wife Harriet, dau.
of Jonathan Williams of Darlington. Armorial bearings
— Or, gutt<?t;-de-sang, on a hcnA gules lietwcen two roses of
the last, barljcd and seeded proper, three hearts argent.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
two arms embowed, the hands holding a stag's head erased
all proper, between the attires a heart argent. Motto — " In
omnibus temperantia." Married, April 19, 1894, Amy
Eliza, only surviving dau. of the late James Hargreavcs of
Gooden House, Heywood, co. Lanes. ; and has Issue— ii\
Alan James Robinson, Gentleman, b. April 10, 1895; (a)
Montague Arnet Robinson, Gentleman, b. April 24, 1898;
(3) Hugh Hargreaves Robinson, Gentleman, b. April 5,
1899. /Residence — Lynbrook, Stanmore, Middlesex. Clu/>
—Sports'.

Sir JOHN CHARLES ROBINSON, Knight Bachelor,
Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Hath,
F.S.A. ; has Orders of S. Isabella la Catolica of Spsiin, of




Leopold, of Santiago, &c., was Superintendent of Art
Collections of South Kensington Museum 1852-69, H.M.'s
Surveyor of Pictures 1880-1901, is an Hon. Member of
the Academies of Fine Arts of Rome, Florence, Bologna,
Antwerp, Madrid, and Lisbon. Born 1824, teing the son
of Alfred Robinson of Nottingham Armorial bearings—
Vert, on a chevron or, between three stags trippant regardant
of the last, as many crosses botton^e fitch^e of the first
Mantling vert and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a stag proper, holding in the mouth three cinquefoils slipped
vert, and resting the dexter forefoot on a chaplet of roses
also proper. Married, 1852, Marian Elizabeth, elder dau.
of Edmund Newton of Norwich. Residences— 'Newton
Manor, Swanage, Dorset; I^e-on-the-Solent, Gosport,
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The Reverend THOMAS ROBINSON, Clerk in Holy
Orders, Vicar of Ewshot, co. Southampton, B.A. (Camb.).
Bom Dec. 27, 1837, being the sixth son of the late Nathaniel
Robinson, late of Littlebury and Clanver End, co. Essex, by
his wife Sarah, dau. of John Wadham of Frenchhay House,
Gloucestershire. Armorial bearing — Sable, on a chevron
or, between three stags at gaze of the last, each gorged with
a collar vair, two stags' attires chevronways of the field.
Majitling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
in front of a mount vert, thereon a stag as in the arms,
three escallops reversed or. Motto — " Qualis abincepto."
Married, firstly, Sept. 26, 1862, Eliza, dau. of Thomas
Catlin of Chillesford, Suffolk ; and secondly, Dec. 28, 1869,
Agnes, dau. of George Abraham Crawley of Highgate and
20 Whitehall Place ; and has Issue (by first marriage) —
Georgina Julia; (by second marriage) (i) George Villiers
Robinson, Gentleman, b. Jan. 14, 1872; (2) Clement Craw-
ley Robinson, Gentleman, b. Aug. 25, 1874 ; and Agnes
Irene. Residence— 'Evishot Hurst (Hants), near Farnham,
Surrey.

S THOMAS MIDDLETON ROBINSON, Esquire,
Major, late Army Pay Department. Bom Jan. 27,
1849, being the second son of William Robinson Robinson,
Esq. , J. P. and D. L. (who with his issue was authorised by
Royal Licence, dated Sept. 22, 1838, to take the surname
of Robinson only, and to bear the arms of Robinson), by
his wife Sarah Dorothy, only surviving dau. of William
Grey of Norton, co. Durham. Armorial bearings — Vert,
gutt6e-d'eau, on a chevron between three bucks trippant or,
as many cinquefoils gules (for Robinson). MantlJJig' vert
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a buck or,
supporting with his dexter fore-leg an escutcheon quarterly
gules and or, in the first quarter a cross flory argent.
Motto — " Post Nubila Phoebus." Married, July 24, 1884,
Jessie, youngest dau. of the late Charles Drummond Bailey,
Esq., J.P., of Charlton, Musgrove, co. Somerset, Kesi-
dence — Western House, Emsworth, Hants.

WILLIAM GREY ROBINSON, Gentleman, M.A.
Magdalen Coll., Oxford. Born August 14, 1846, being the
eldest son of the late William Robinson Robinson, Esq. ,
J. P. and D. L. (by Royal Licence, dated Sept. 22, 1838, he
and his issue were authorised to take the surname of Robin-
son only, and also to bear the arms of Robinson), by his
wife Sarah Dorothy, only surviving dau. of William Grey
of Norton, co. Durham. Armorial bearingfs — Vert,
gutt^e-d'eau, on a chevron between three bucks trippant or,
as many cinquefoils gules (for Robinson). Mantling vert
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a buck or,
supporting with his dexter fore-leg an escutcheon quarterly
g^les and or, in the first quarter a cross flory argent.
Motto — "Post Nubila Phoebus." Seat — Silksworth, near
Sunderland. Residence — Parklands, Stonehouse, Glouces-
tershire. Club — Junior Carlton.

ROBINSON (H. Coll., 1856). Vert, on a chevron



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