Born: ~1782, England
Married: Mary Ann Dorrell, 23 May 1803, Saint Botolph without Bishopsgate, London, England (by Rev. John Anthony Perny, Curate; Entry #123)
Children: Mary Ann Robinson, 29 February 1804, London, England
Thomas George Robinson, 13 November 1805, London, England
Edmund Robinson, 27 October 1807, 3 Tabernacle Walk, City of London, England
Charles Robinson, 24 August 1812, Tabernacle Walk, City of London, London, England
Samuel Joseph Robinson, 20 February 1816, Newgate Street, London, England
James Edmund Robinson, 11 February 1819, High Street, Soutwark, Surrey, England
Occupation: Umbrella maker and Farmer
Died: 4 April 1841, at the house of Mr Thomas Trollip Snr, Grahamstown
Moved to Grahamstown. After his arrival at the Cape, Thomas ROBINSON occupied himself with farming activities and became a successful farmer and landowner.
Letters of Administration for Thomas Robinson (Probate 1879) (PDF)
1820 Settler, part of
Hezekiah Sephton's party in the ship Aurora (344 passengers).
Departed from London on 15 February 1820. Arrived at Simon's Bay 1 May 1820.
Arrived at final destination of Algoa Bay, Cape Colony on 15 May 1820.
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