OriginThomas Gould ROBINS was born in Guernsey in 1835, the son of shoemaker, Joseph ROBINS and Mary Charlotte MALE. In his youth he joined the Royal Navy and served four years. By 1861, he returned to Guernsey, and became a butcher. His maternal grandparents had both been butchers - Stephen MALE and Judith née GOULD. He supported in grandmother in the market stall and took it over on her death in 1868.
Joseph Copplestone ROBINS ( 1814 - ~1860 ) m Mary Charlotte MALE ( 1814 - 1895 )
- William Thomas ROBINS married Mary Gould MALE
- Maria Louisa ROBINS ( 1837 - ? )
- Thomas Gould ROBINS ( 1835 - ? ) m Ada G COX ( 1842 - ? )
- Amy Eva ROBINS ( 1867 - ? )
- Frederick William ROBINS ( 1869 - ? )
- Osmond Male ROBINS ( 1871 - ? )
- Thomas Edwards ROBINS ( 1873 - ? )
- Edwin Charles ROBINS ( 1876 - ? ) m Margaret May SIMM
- Thomas Edwin ROBINS ( 1900 - ? )
- Harry E ROBINS ( 1877 - ? )
- Florinda M ROBINS ( 1878 - ? )
- Emiline L ROBINS ( 1879 - ? )
- Ethel A ROBINS ( 1880 - ? )
- Joseph Gould ROBINS
- Louisa A ROBINS ( 1842 - ? )
- Mary Anne ROBINS ( 1844 - ? )
- Ellen Eliza ROBINS
- Ann ROBINS
- Charlotte ROBINS ( 1852 - ? )
(people in bold were butchers)
Earliest Mention in Guernsey
- Thomas Gould ROBINS was born in Guernsey in 1835. His mother's MALE side of the family had been butchers in Guernsey for at least two generations.
- Thomas took over stall 22 from his grandmother Judith MALE following her death in 1868.
- Following his marriage, Thomas Gould ROBINS lived at Istanbole Lodge, La Ramée, St Peter Port.