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Robins, George Henrylocked

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Robins, George Henry (1777–1847), auctioneer, was born in London on 29 May 1777, the eldest of four surviving children of Henry Robins (1753–1821) of Oxenton, Gloucestershire, and Ann Marless (1746–1820). In 1790 his father and uncle, John Robins (1766–1821), set up as auctioneers in ...

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