Robson (surname)

Robson (surname)

Robson is a surname, and may refer to

*Alan Robson, British radio presenter
*Andrew Robson, "The Times" bridge columnist
*Barry Robson, Scottish footballer
*Bobby Robson (Sir Robert William Robson), British football manager
*Brett Robson, Freelance Photographer
*Bryan Robson, former England football player
*Bryan 'Pop' Robson, former British football player
*Eddie Robson, British writer
*Euan Robson, Scottish Liberal Democrat
*Flora Robson, British actress
*Hugh Robson, politician and judge in Manitoba
*Helen Robson, American who married Wal-Mart's Sam Walton to become Helen Walton
*Henry Howey Robson, English recipient of the Victoria Cross.
*Jack Robson, the fifth full-time Secretary of Manchester United
*Jennifer Robson, New Zealand politician Jenny Shipley
*Jim Robson, Canadian broadcaster
*John Robson, British Columbian journalist and politician
*Judith Robson, American politician, State Senator from Wisconsin's 15th Senatorial District
*Laura Robson, British tennis player
*Justina Robson, British Science Fiction author
*Lorne Robson, Communist politician in Manitoba, Canada
*Linda Robson, British actress
*Lucia St. Clair Robson, American historical novelist
*Luis Pereira Robson, Brazilian footballer
*Mark Robson, Welsh-born children's novelist
*Mark Robson, Canadian-born editor, director and producer in Hollywood
*Mark Newby-Robson, British musician
*Matt Robson, New Zealand politician
*Matty Robson, English footballer
*May Robson, Australian-born actress and playwright
*Melissa Robson, British artist Stella Vine
*Naomi Robson, Australian television presenter
*Ray Robson, American chessplayer
*Richard "Dick" Robson, Member of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly
*Stewart Robson, English footballer
*Stuart Robson, American comedic stage actor in the late 1800s
*Wade Robson, Australian choreographer
*Wayne Robson, Canadian actor, "Mike" on "The Red Green Show".
*William Robson (politician), Manitoba politician
*William Robson, Baron Robson, British law lord and Member of Parliament

ee also


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Robson — may be many things:Peopleurname See Robson (surname) First name*Robson Green, a British actor *Robson Souza, a Brazilian football midfielderMiddle name*S. Robson Walton, (Samuel Rob Walton) eldest son of Sam Walton, founder of Wal MartBritish… …   Wikipedia

  • Robson — This is an English surname much associated with the north of the country. Recorded in the spellings of Robson, Robeson and Robison, they were, according to Black s Surnames of Scotland , one of the famous four English clans of North Tyneside… …   Surnames reference

  • Robson Green — Infobox actor name = Robson Green imagesize = caption = birthname = birthdate = birth date and age|1964|12|18|df=y location = Hexham, Northumberland, England deathdate = deathplace = occupation = actor yearsactive = homepage = academyawards =… …   Wikipedia

  • George Robson — (pronounced IPA|) (February 24, 1909 September 2, 1946) was a Canadian racecar driver active in the 1940s. Born in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, Robson later moved to Ontario and finally to the U.S. in 1924. Robson died with George Barringer in… …   Wikipedia

  • Oliveira (surname) — Oliveira is the Portuguese name for the olive tree. It is a common surname of toponymic origin in regions with strong Portuguese influence, mainly Portugal itself, Brazil, and Galicia. Contents 1 People with the surname Oliveira …   Wikipedia

  • Lowe (surname) — Lowe is a surname, and may refer to:* Aaron Lowe (born 1974), Canadian figure skater * Adolph Lowe (1893 1995), German sociologist and economist * Al Lowe (born 1942), American computer game programmer * Alan Lowe (born 1961), Canadian politician …   Wikipedia

  • Sousa (surname) — Sousa is a common, Portuguese language surname in the Lusophone world and especially Portugal and Brazil. It was originally a toponym, denoting a river in Northern Portugal, from the Latin Saxa, meaning rocks. Sometimes the spelling is in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Moir (surname) — Moir [MOY er] is a surname of Scottish origin, and is part of the Clan Gordon of the Scottish Highlands. The name in its present form dates from the 14th century, and means brave, renowned, mighty in the Scots Gaelic dialect. The Moirs mostly… …   Wikipedia

  • McGhee family — Balmaghie House, on the River Dee near Glenlochar, was built by Sir John Burnet for the Gordon family in 1880 on the site of the much older property of the same name. The first two floors were later filled in, leaving a small bungalow atop a… …   Wikipedia

  • Robeson — This is an English surname much associated with the north of the country, and sometimes Scotland. Recorded in the spellings of Robson, Robeson and Robison, they were, according to Black s Surnames of Scotland , one of the famous four English… …   Surnames reference