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|Last Name||Robinson [junior]|
|Year of Marriage||-|
|Year of Birth||1712|
|Year of Death||1800|
|Father||Matthew Robinson [senior]|
|Father's Rank||Lower gentry|
|Mother||Elizabeth Robinson née Drake|
|West Layton Hall||Wensleydale||North Yorkshire||England|||||
1 Matthew Robinson [junior] is buried at Monk's Horton (Mount Morris).
1 Matthew Robinson [junior] travelled a lot but finally settled alone to Hythe, Kent; presumably at Mount Morris, which he inherited from his mother Elizabeth (Drake) Robinson
|Rank 1||Lower gentry|
|Rank 2||Lower gentry|
Inherited the Irish title of 2nd Baron Rokeby in 1794 from his cousin, Richard Robinson, 1st Baron Rokeby. The baronetcy of Rokeby Park, in York, was created in 1730.
MP for Canterbury
|Institution||Westminster School, and Trinity Hall, Cambridge|
Climenson, 1906a; Norgate, 2011; World Heritage Encyclopaedia
Matthew Robinson later changed his name to Robinson-Morris, after inheriting the Morris property from his mother Elizabeth Robinson née Drake.
|BC_1777_EMONTAGU_HR||1777||Montagu, Elizabeth (née Robinson)||Robinson, Matthew Jr.|