ROBINSON:
Alexander Robinson (Rev), came from north of Ireland to Philadelphia, then to NB in 1856. He settled at Murray Corner, Botsford Parish, Westmorland County.

His sons were:
1) John Robinson
2) Cochrane Robinson
3) Samuel Robinson: went to western Canada
4) William Robinson: he also moved to western Canada
5) Lincoln Robinson

His daughters were:
1) Maryanna Robinson
2) Beatrice Robinson
3) Geralda Robinson. 
PANB:MC80/5 W.M. Burns’ A history and story of Botsford, page 93.

 
 
George Robinson, a native of Northern Ireland, born 1808, died 2 Sep 1884. He came to NB and settled in York County.
son, Robert Robinson b. 17 Nov 1826 in Ireland, d. 5 Sep 1885, m. Emma Pemberton b. – , d. 9 Mar 1910 at San Jose, CA: settled in St. Andrews, Charlotte County. 
PANB:MC1156 Graves Papers: Robert Robinson, 1 page: the widow Emma (Pemberton) Robinson married a second time, Daniel Bohen, a native of England. 

 
Henry Jeffrey Robinson, born in Ireland, was a member of the 74th Regiment of Foot. He came to NB and first settled in Fredericton, York County but returned to Ireland. He married (1st), Agnes Partelow, born 1836, died 1868, the daughter of John R. and Jane (Hamlin) Partelow, married (2nd), Sarah Black, the daughter of Rev. John Black of Springhill, NS. 
PANB:MC80/145 Louise Hill’s Fredericton, New Brunswick, British North America, pages 225-226. 

 
John Robinson, born in County Longford, Ireland, died 29 Apr 1869. He came to NB with his mother when he was 12 and settled in Northumberland County. He married Janet Scott who came from Scotland to NB as a child with her parents, b. – , died 19 Jan 1862.

children were:
1) William Robinson
2) Richard Robinson
3) Mary Robinson
4) George Robinson
5) John Robinson
6) Frances Robinson
7) Alexander Robinson born 3 Mar 1848, m. 4 Mar 1873 Jane Hewitson Cormack of Chatham d/o Alexander and Ruth (Pattison) Cormack from Scotland: settled in Chatham, NB and had nine children
8) Janet Robinson
9) Robert Robinson
10) Martha Robinson. 

PANB:MC80/338 I. Allen Jack’s Biographical Review, pages 150-151. 

 
Patrick Robinson, born in County Derry, Ireland, settled in the US where he married c1775. He came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled at Avon, Canning Parish, Queens County.

children:
1) Charles Robinson m. 2 Jun 1802 Mary Sutter b. 10 Sep 1782 on Staten Island, NY, d/o James Sutter, a Loyalist, b. in Paisley, Scotland: had eight children
2) William Robinson m. Mary Thorne
3) James Robinson b. c1790, died 9 Nov 1855, m. 24 Oct 1835 at Canning Parish, Jane Foster born 1808
4) John Robinson d. unmarried in Rio de Janerio
5) Mary Robinson married Jacob Albright
6) Sarah Robinson m. William Buckout
7) Rebecca Robinson m. George Humes
8) Elizabeth Robinson died unmarried. 

PANB:MC1/Robinson #3, 5 pages
see also PANB:MC80/364 E. Stone Wiggins, History of Queens County, 1876, page 50
see also PANB:MC80/338 I. Allen Jack’s Biographical Review, pages 526-527, 543-544. 

 
Robert Robinson, born c1802 Ireland, died 23 Dec 1864. He came to NB in 1825 and settled at Lower Brighton, Carleton County. He married, 3 Jan 1828, Eunice Dow, born c1806 in NB, died 28 Apr 1889.

children:
1) William Robinson b. 1828, d. 1903, m. Lyretta A. –
2) John Robinson b. 1830
3) Margaret Robinson b. 1833, d. 1898, m. Elihu Cogswell
4) Elizabeth Robinson b. 1835, married Mr. Dow
5) Eunice Robinson b. 1838, d. 1889, m. Mr. Shaw
6) Benjamin Robinson b. 1838
7) Susan Robinson b. 1842, d. 1914, m. Finley MacDonald
8) Robert Hamilton Robinson born 1844, d. 1912, m. 1 Oct 1866 Margaret Louis Lorom
9) Adam Robinson b. 1846, d. 1927, m. Harriet Richardson
10) Emmaline Robinson b. 1850. 

PANB:MC1/Robinson, 2 pages. 

 
William Robinson came from the north of Ireland to NB in 1830 and settled near Murray Corner, Botsford Parish, Westmorland County. He married and had children.

sons:
1) Richard Robinson
2) John Robinson
3) Thomas Robinson
4) William Robinson: settled on homestead

daughters:
1) Eliza Robinson
2) Anne Robinson m. John Cadman. 
PANB:MC80/5 W.M. Burns’ A history and story of Botsford, page 93