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From: "Errol Robinson" <>
Subject: Re: [ZA] Robinson
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 14:43:05 +0930
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Hello Otto,
I only have my late father's details, the names of his siblings, and the
first name of his father, slim pickings and not much to work with.
My father Reuben Cope ROBINSON dob 22FEB1913 (born East London, Cape
His father Charles (wife Annie LEAR) No other detail
Siblings Edna, Geoffrey, Leonard, Phyllis, Ruth.
Any connection?

Errol Robinson.

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Subject: Re: [ZA] Robinson

> Errol. I have a number of Charles but no Annie Lear.
> Charles is definitely a family name, if you can perhaps give me a little
> more info?
> Stephen Robinson, * 1750, Thornton, Yorkshire England, married to Ann ?
> a son Charles born 1774. His other son, Robert John is the SA ancestor,
> married to Martha Rocina Stroud....Their one son Philip had a Charles.
> brother Martin Alexander x to Mary Baker, had a son Charles born 1843,
> 1889.
> Joseph Benjamin had a son Charles (1863-1925). He married 1. a McDermott
> lady, Children, Webb, Eric, and Dorothy. He then married Ann Pienaar,
> children, Charles, J>B>, Albert and Maurice.
> Sir Joseph Bart had a son Charles Reginald, born 1892, died 1926, London.
> The later Chrles's will be to young to have been your grandfather.
> Perhaps you can look on Naairsfor their DN. and we can gofrom there. Otto
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