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Daughter of Dugald Robertson of Faskally MP (deceased)

Sally Robertson (Angle) MP (c.1747 - 1803)

It is clear from the ages of his children that Thomas Robertson was married before his 1803 marriage to Naomi Wade. She cannot have been the mother of his children. The name of James' Robertson's fir...

Albert Robertson MP (c.1849 - d.)

Alexander Robertson MP (deceased)

Ann Cockrill (Robertson) MP (1757 - 1821)

Ann Robertson Cockrill was the only woman among the early Cumberland settlers to receive a land grant in her own name. In 1784 the North Carolina legislature awarded this honor for her contribution to ...

Ann Johnston (Robertson) MP (1742 - 1818)

Grandma Moses MP (1860 - 1961)

Anna Mary (Robertson) Moses: September 7, 1860-December 13, 1961 Parents: Russell Robertson 1820-1901 and Margaret Shanahan 1840-c.1880 Husband: Thomas Moses 1862-1927 Children: Ten children, 5 l...

Anna Marie Robertson (Mitchell) MP (c.1571 - 1624)

Anna Marie Justine Robertson (Rachor) MP (1890 - d.)

Indiana, Births and Christenings, 1773-1933 name: Anna Marie Justine Rachor gender: Female event: Birth event date: 08 May 1890 event place: La Porte, La Porte, Indiana father's name: William M...

Betsey Lyon (Robertson) MP (1703 - d.)

Catherine Back (Robertson) MP (1780 - 1858)

She married John Back when she was about 16 years old. They first lived in southwestern Tennessee. Around 1810, they moved to southeastern Kentucky, where John had grown up. There were two excellent ...

Catherine R. Robertson MP (1690 - 1748)

Catherine ROBERTSON ABT 1680 - 3 May 1728 ID Number: I87475 RESIDENCE: King and Queen Co. VA BIRTH: ABT 1680, King and Queen Co. Virginia DEATH: 3 May 1728, King and Queen Co. Virginia RE...

Catherine Wingo (Robertson) MP (1789 - 1829)

Catherine Robertson MP (1668 - 1728)

Col. Charles Robertson MP (c.1749 - 1806)

3. CHARLES ROBERTSON, born about 1749, Granville (now Warren) Co., N.C.; died before Jan. 1806, Davidson Co., Tenn. Parents: JOHN ROBERTSON, born 8 May 1723, Bristol Parish, Prince George (now Dinwid...

Charles Legge Eustace Robertson-Eustace, Major MP (1867 - 1908)

Charles Legge Eustace Robertson-Eustace was the son of Colonel Robert Jameson Eustace Robertson-Eustace and Hon. Katharine Legge. He was educated at Eton, and joined the King's Royal Rifles in 1889. He...

Charlotte H. Jackson (Robertson) MP (1827 - 1905)

Chloe Robertson MP (deceased)

Chlorinda Prather (Robertson) MP (1748 - 1812)

Col. "Black Charles" Robertson MP (1733 - 1798)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for North Carolina with the rank of Major. DAR Ancestor #: A097109 Charles and Susanna died in Washington County, Tennessee (this was Washington County, North Car...

Daniel Minor Robertson MP (c.1770 - d.)

Daniel Minor "Mack" Robertson , son of George and Ann Samuel Robertson, "Mack" was educated in Edinburgh, Scotland. He resided for a time in Caroline County but later went west. He was was a relative...

Duncan Robertson of Glenerochie, 3rd Chief of Clan Donnachaidh MP (1360 - 1432)

Edward P. Robertson MP (1888 - d.)

United States Census, 1910 for Edward Robertson Name: Edward Robertson Birthplace: Indiana Relationship to Head of Household: Son Residence: La Porte Ward 1, La Porte, Indiana Marital Status: Single ...

Eliza Jane Jackson (Robertson) MP (1826 - 1860)

Elizabeth Bourne (Robertson) MP (c.1747 - 1794)

Elizabeth Robertson (Parrish) MP (c.1746 - d.)

Elizabeth Jameson (Robertson) MP (1645 - 1700)

Elizabeth Rogers (Robertson) MP (deceased)

Elizabeth Robertson (Williams) MP (1760 - 1787)

Elizabeth Robertson (Stewart) MP (1481 - 1516)

Elizabeth Ann Robertson (Jackson) MP (1830 - 1890)

Elizabeth Draper (Robertson) MP (1732 - 1774)

Kidnapped by Shawnee Indians 1754. Her neighbor, Mary Ingles, was also kidnapped that day. Mary was her sister-in-law (sister to her husband John). She was held captive for six years, when her husband ...

Esther Baker (Robertson) MP (1781 - c.1850)

Hannah Robertson (Crane) MP (c.1728 - 1803)

Helen Townsend (Robertson) MP (1876 - 1932)

Henry Robertson MP (1817 - d.)

James Robertson MP (b. - 1784)

Robertson lived in an old block house on Indian Creek near Gibson Station. He was originally from the Wautaga Settlement and "of the same Robertson family as was the historic James Robertson who settle...

Gen. James Robertson, of Nashville MP (1742 - 1814)

Founder of Nashville, "Father of Tennessee." Robertson, leading a group of settlers from North Carolina to Tennessee, founded Fort Nashborough on Christmas Day of 1779. Named for Revolutionary War Gene...

James G. Robertson MP (1792 - 1852)

James Robertson MP (1682 - 1753)

Caution: There is massive confusion between this man and James Robertson . He came to America with his wife, their children, and his three brothers (John, Charles, and Henry) in 1737. He first lived ...

Pvt. James "Horseshoe" Robertson, POW MP (1759 - 1838)

Robert A. Ivey, " James Robertson and the Book Horse Shoe Robinson ", July 5, 2011. DAR A 097236, SC, Pvt and POW; Patriotic Service.

James Robertson, Sr. MP (1695 - 1752)

Caution: There is massive confusion between this man and James Robertson . His 1751 will devised his lands and goods to his wife Rebeckah (home place and 240 acre plantation) and their 12 children, W...

Col. James Robertson MP (1738 - 1836)

DAR A 097241, VA. Patriotic service and Lt. Colonel. -------------------- James Robertson, son of Matthew Robertson and grandson of James Robertson, was born in Augusta County, Va. Nov. 16, 1738, d...

Jean (Jane) Henry (Robertson) MP (c.1678 - 1735)

Jeffery Robertson MP (1627 - d.)

Jessie Herndon / Spiceland (Robertson) MP (1892 - 1983)

John Robertson MP (c.1740 - d.)

John Robertson of Muirton, 1st of Muirton MP (c.1500 - 1540)

John Robertson MP (c.1670 - 1720)

John Robertson of Lochbank MP (c.1625 - c.1691)

"About the end of the seventeenth century George Home of Kello and Robert Blackwood, both Provosts of Edinburgh, and John Robertson of Lochbank , son of Baillie Thomas Robertson, a wealthy and enterpri...

John Robertson MP (1753 - 1813)

John Randolph Robertson MP (1743 - 1780)

John Robertson MP (deceased)

John Robertson MP (c.1660 - 1692)

John Robertson MP (1668 - 1705)

John Robertson MP (deceased)

He was not the same person as John Robinson , of Goochland (now Cumberland) County.

Joseph Robertson MP (1764 - 1824)

Julia Augusta Pierpont (Robertson) MP (1826 - 1886)

Keziah Sevier (Robertson) MP (c.1753 - 1806)

ROBERT SEVIER appears on Captain Evan Shelby's company list of June 11, 1773, so it is known that Robert Sevier followed his brother, Valentine, to the new frontier, and preceded John Sevier. Valenti...

Louanna "Ludie" Robertson (Baliles) MP (1867 - 1943)

Margaret Robertson (Poage) MP (1737 - 1833)

Margaret Robertson MP (1270 - 1314)

Majorie Edith Leith MP (1875 - 1957)

Capt. Mark Robertson MP (c.1755 - 1787)

The exact date of Mark Robertson's death is stated by relatives as 11 Jun 1787, killed by the Indians. He married Mary Bell, widow of James Hunter; no children of this marriage. However: [Davidso...

Mary Robertson (Parker) MP (1768 - 1825)

Mary Ward (Robertson) MP (1790 - 1842)

Mary Jane Robertson MP (c.1856 - d.)

Mary Crockett (Robertson) MP (1760 - 1818)

Death notice: September 12, 1818 in the WESTERN MONITOR of Lexington, Kentucky "In Franklin County, Kentucky on Tuesday morning the 1st inst. Mrs. Mary Crockett, consort of Col. Anthony Crockett". ...

Mary Elizabeth Spiceland / Robertson (Sills) MP (c.1820 - 1864)

Mary Williams (Robertson) MP (c.1669 - 1692)

Matilda Robertson (Crann) MP (1838 - 1918)

Mavell Alsop Robertson (East) MP (c.1676 - 1726)

Nancy Lynch (Robertson) MP (1823 - d.)

Residence: 1880 Matoaca, Chesterfield, Virginia, United States Sources: 1.Page: Year: 1880; Census Place: Matoaca, Chesterfield, Virginia; Roll: T9_1361; Family History Film: 1255361; Page: 207.3000;...

Nancy Robertson (Hart) MP (deceased)

Naomi Robertson (Wade) MP (1784 - 1835)

Nicholas Robertson MP (1665 - 1718)

Source: -------------------- B.1665/67- D.Aft 12 May 1718 The Robertson Genealogy Exchange -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Husband: 1 ...

Permelia Emaline Robertson (Key) MP (1823 - 1892)

MARRIAGE order (from tracking wedding certificates) Name changd from Cook to Ratcliff, later from Dunahoe to Jack. ---- Wedding record with Ervin Donahoe (sp?) she is listed as Permelia Emley Ratliff...

Pocahontas Anne Trigg (Robertson) MP (1847 - 1923)

Rufus Robertson MP (c.1847 - d.)

Sarah 'Sallie' Elizabeth Rash (Robertson) MP (1851 - 1933)

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Susannah Robertson (Cunningham) MP (1728 - 1800)

ROBERT SEVIER appears on Captain Evan Shelby's company list of June 11, 1773, so it is known that Robert Sevier followed his brother, Valentine, to the new frontier, and preceded John Sevier. Valenti...

Thomas Robertson MP (1818 - 1906)

Thomas Robertson MP (c.1859 - d.)

Thomas Robertson MP (1735 - 1807)

As Thomas Robinson he appears on the 1786 personal property tax list of Franklin County, with 2 tithables, 1 male over 21, 1 white 16-21, no slaves, 2 horses and 6 cattle. The 1788 personal property ...

Thomas Robertson MP (c.1719 - 1798)

He received 200 acres on Deep and Muddy creeks as a gift from his father 14 May 1741 (Goochland Co. Deed Bk. 3:500), which he and his father and their wives deeded to Henry Hatcher 28 August 1749 (Cumb...

Thomas Robertson, Baillie of Edinburgh MP (1592 - 1686)

To the Memorie of the much Honoured, And much Lamented Thomas Robertson Bailie and Builder of Edinburgh : Who Departed this Life ; September 22, 1686 . A Funeral Elegie [by Ninian Paterson]. A book ind...

Vera Mae Robertson (Veasey) MP (1920 - 1997)

Wiley Robertson MP (deceased)

William Robertson MP (c.1230 - d.)

Rev. William Robertson MP (c.1646 - 1700)

Field Marshal Sir William Robertson, GCB, GCMG, GCVO, DSO MP (1860 - 1933)

Field Marshal Sir William Robert Robertson , 1st Baronet GCB, GCMG, GCVO, DSO (29 January 1860 – 12 February 1933) was a British Army officer who served as Chief of the Imperial General Staff (C...

William Robertson MP (deceased)

Rev. William Robertson MP (c.1620 - c.1708)

He emigrated from Scotland about 1705 and quickly became well respected in the Tidewater area. He was appointed one of the directors to plan and establish the town of Williamsburg in October 1705. ch...

Dr. William Robertson MP (1753 - 1835)

Dr. Robertson was a clergyman, historian, and chancellor of the University of Edinburgh, which commissioned and still owns his portrait by Raeburn of 1792. The younger Robertson studied law and was adm...

William Robertson, Rev. MP (c.1625 - c.1701)

1705 possible immigration date Citation Information Transcription of text Arrival date: 1705Arrival place: Virginia Detail Place: Virginia; Year: 1705; Page Number: 146. Date Notes 3069...

William Robertson of Gladney and Brunton MP (c.1571 - 1629)

William Robertson MP (c.1843 - d.)

Rev. William Robertson, Minister of Old Greyfriars MP (1686 - 1745)

Biographical Summary " William Robertson , born Chapel of Wemyss, Fife, 30th June 1686; third son of William Robertson of Gladney and Brunton, and Margaret Mitchell; licen. by Presb. of Kirkcaldy 14t...

William Robertson, Min of Old Greyfriars MP (1721 - 1793)

William Robertson William RobertsonBorn: 19-Sep-1721 Birthplace: Borthwick, Mid Lothian, Scotland Died: 11-Jun-1793 Location of death: Edinburgh, Scotland Cause of death: unspecified Gender: Male R...

William H. Robertson MP (1832 - 1880)