Robert Robinson

Robert Robinson may refer to:

  • Robert Robinson (Australian politician) (c. 1811–1852), Australian politician, of the Members of the Victorian Legislative Council, 1851–1853
  • Robert Robinson (Baptist) (1735–1790), Baptist Minister and scholar of Cambridge
  • Robert Robinson (basketball) (born 1927), American basketballer
  • Robert Robinson (broadcaster) (1927–2011), British broadcaster
  • Robert Robinson (Canadian politician) (1826–1885), merchant and politician in New Brunswick
  • Robert Robinson (cricketer) (1765–1822), English cricketer
  • Robert Robinson (Dissenting minister) (c. 1726–1791), controversial Unitarian Minister
  • Robert Robinson (engineer) (1907–1994), lived in the Soviet Union
  • Robert Robinson (footballer) (1906–1990), English Association footballer
  • Rob Robinson (ice hockey), Canadian, born 1967
  • Robert Robinson (Neighbours), fictional character
  • Robert Robinson (organic chemist) (1886–1975), British Chemist, Nobel laureate
  • Robert Robinson (phonetician) (c. 1600-c. 1660), English phonetician
  • Robert G. Robinson (1896–1974), American US Marine Corps First Lieutenant, Medal of Honor recipient
  • Robert P. Robinson (1869–1939), American banker and politician, Governor of Delaware
  • Robert P. Robinson (Wisconsin politician) (1884–1953), Wisconsin State Senator
  • Robert Spencer Robinson (1809–1889), British naval officer

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    —Harriet H. Robinson (1825–1911)