Birth: 9 January 1804

Place or Registered Place of Birth: Dyrham, Gloucestershire

Baptism: 13 March 1805

Place of Baptism: St. Mary, St. Marylebone Rd., St. Marylebone, London, Middlesex

Death: 9 January 1875 - Aged 71

Place or Registered Place of Death: Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire

Father: Sir George Abercrombie Robinson, 1st Bart. (1759-1832)

Mother: Margaret Southwell (Howard) (-1824)

Spouse(s): Matilda Maxwell Innes

Date of Marriage: 12 February 1828

Place or Registered Place of Marriage: St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex

Children:

Matilda Scott Robinson (1828-)
John T. Robinson (1834-)
Fanny Gordon Robinson (1836-)
Annie Smith Robinson (1838-)
Clara Frances Robinson (1842-1904)
Eliza Scott Robinson (1844-)
Sophia Jane Robinson (1847-)


Notes:

Father: Sir George Abercrombie Robinson of Batts House, co. Somerset, Streatham, co. Surrey, and Nottingham Place, co. Middlesex, created a Bart. as above. A Director of the East India Company, and sometime Military Auditor General in Bengal; (married, 27 March 1794, Margaret, natural daughter of Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, and by her (who d. 31 May 1824) had issue, 1. George-Best, b. 3 Jan. 1795, d. young; 2. George-Best, b. 14 Nov. 1797 ; 3. Francis-Horsley, b. 16 July 1801; 4. William-Scott, b. 9 Jan. 1803; 5. Charles-Cornwallis, b. 14 June 1805, d. young ; 6. Henry-Stirling, 6. 27 July 1807 ; 7. Edward-Innes, b. 13 Oct. 1811; 8. Frances-Matilda, 6. 15 Sept. 1796, d. young.

National Archives
1827-28 and nd
Letters to William Scott Robinson from Matilda Maxwell Innes, both before and after their marriage.
1827-28
Letters to Matilda Maxwell Innes from William Scott Robinson.

Rev. William Scott Robinson, Rector of Dyrham, Gloucestershire.

The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 25 - 1828
Marriages
Feb. 12 The Rev. W. S. Robinson, B.A., rector of Dyrham, in the diocese of Gloucester, to Matilda Maxwell Innes, daughter of John Inness, Esq., of Broad Street Buildings.

The Court Magazine - 1833
Births
At Dyrham Rectory, Gloucestershire, the lady of the Rev. William Scott Robinson, of a son.

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1851 Census:

Rectory, Dirham & Hinton, Gloucestershire
William Scott Robinson - Head - Married - 47 - 1804 - Rector of Dyrham & Hinton - Marylebone, Middlesex
Matilda Maxwell Robinson - Wife - 47 - 1804 - Rector's Wife - Islington, Middlesex
Matilda Scott Robinson - Daughter - 22 - 1829 - Dyrham, Gloucestershire
Fanny Gordon Robinson - Daughter - 14 - 1837 - Scholar - Dyrham, Gloucestershire
Annie Smith Robinson - Daughter - 12 - 1839 - Scholar - Dyrham, Gloucestershire
Clara Frances Robinson - Daughter - 8 - 1843 - Scholar - Dyrham, Gloucestershire
Eliza Scott Robinson - Daughter - 6 - 1845 - Scholar - Dyrham, Gloucestershire
Sophia Jane Robinson - Daughter - 3 - 1848 - Scholar - Dyrham, Gloucestershire

1861 Census:

Dynham Rectory, Dyrham And Hinton, Gloucestershire
William S. Robinson - Head - Married - 57 - 1804 - Rector - St. Marylebone, Middlesex
Matilda M. Robinson - Wife - 57 - 1804 - Islington, Middlesex
John T. Robinson - Son - 27 - 1834 - Captain - East Indies Service - Dyrham, Gloucestershire
Clara F. Robinson - Daughter - 18 - 1843 - Dyrham, Gloucestershire
Eliza S. Robinson - Daughter - 16 - 1845 - Dyrham, Gloucestershire
Sophy J.W. Robinson - Daughter - 13 - 1848 - Dyrham, Gloucestershire

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George Abercrombie Robinson, 1st Bart. of Batts House was born about 1759 and died 13 February 1832, aged 73, at Dyrham in Gloucestershire.

Margaret Southwell (Howard) was the illegitimate daughter of Thomas Howard, 14th Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire. Margaret died at Bath in Somerset on 31 May 1824.

George Abercrombie Robinson and Margaret Southwell were married on 27 March 1794 at the India Office of Ecclesiastical Returns in the Bengal Presidency in Dia.

Sir George Abercrombie Robinson of Batts House, co. Somerset, Streatham, co. Surrey, and Nottingham Place, co. Middlesex, created a Bart. as above. He was the son of John Robinson (d. 1779, Cape of Good Hope) of Calcutta and Margaret Leslie. A Director of the East India Company, and sometime Military Auditor General in Bengal; (married, 27 March 1794, Margaret, natural daughter of Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, and by her (who d. 31 May 1824) had issue, 1. George-Best, b. 3 Jan. 1795, d. young; 2. George-Best, b. 14 Nov. 1797 ; 3. Francis-Horsley, b. 16 July 1801; 4. William-Scott, b. 9 Jan. 1803; 5. Charles-Cornwallis, b. 14 June 1805, d. young ; 6. Henry-Stirling, b. 27 July 1807 ; 7. Edward-Innes, b. 13 Oct. 1811; 8. Frances-Matilda, b. 15 Sept. 1796, d. young.

The Robinson Baronetcy, of Batts House in the County of Somerset, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 11 November 1823 for George Robinson, who had earlier represented Honiton in Parliament. The title became extinct on the death of the sixth Baronet in 1944.

The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 151 - March 1832
Obituary
Sir G. A. Robinson, Bart.
Feb. 13. At his son's rectory-house, Dyrham, near Bath, after a very long and severe illness, aged 73, Sir George Abercrombie Robinson, of Batts House, in Somersetshire, Streatham in Surrey, and Nottingham Place in Middlesex, Bart.

Sir G. A. Robinson was the son of John Robinson, esq. of Calcutta, by his fine wife, Margaret, daughter of George Leslie, of Kimrawgie, N.B. He was for some time Military Auditor-general in Bengal; and after his return to this country, had for many years a seat as a Director of the East India Company. He was created a Baronet by patent dated Nov. 11, 1823.

Sir George married, March 27, 1794, Margaret, natural daughter of Thomas Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire; and by her, who died May 31, 1824, had issue seven sons and one daughter : 1. George Best ; 2. Frances-Matilda, who both died young, 3. Sir George-Best Robinson, who has succeeded to the title; he was was born in 1797, and married in 1825 Louisa, youngest daughter of the late Major-Gen. Robert Dundas; 4. Francis Horsley; 5. the Rev. William-Scott Robinson, Rector of Dyrham, in Gloucestershire; 6. Charles-Cornwallis, who died young; 7. Henry-Sterling; and 8. Edward Innes.

Margaret was the illegitimate daughter of Thomas Howard, 14th Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire.

The London Magazine, Volume 10 - 1824
Deaths
May
31. At Bath, after a long illness, the lady of Sir George Abercrombie Robinson, Bart.

National Archives
c1780-1816
Letters and papers concerning the birth and upbringing of Margaret Southwell, wife of George Abercrombie Robinson, from Thomas Howard, 14th Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire (d.1783), his daughter and heiress Lady Diana le Fleming (d. 1816) and Margaret's guardians, and from Margaret to her husband. Also a letter from John Howard, 15th Earl (d.1820) to George Abercrombie Robinson about the financial affairs of Lady Diana le Fleming.

The children of George Abercrombie Robinson and Margaret Southwell were:

George Best Robinson (1795-1795)
Frances Matilda Robinson (1796-)
Sir George Best Robinson (1797-1855)
Francis Horsley Robinson (1801-1856)
Rev, William Scott Robinson (1804-1875)
Charles Cornwallis Robinson (1805-1805)
Henry Stirling Robinson (1807-1833)
Edward Innes Robinson (1811-1856)

Rev. William Scott Robinson, M.A.