Maud Mary Robinson formerly Banks (1874 – 1962) of Holborn, London and High Wycombe

Maud Mary Banks was the twin of Frederick Lakeman, born 20 January 1874 and baptised on 24 April 1874 at St Andrew Holborn. She was a daughter of Frederick Seymour Banks and Elizabeth formerly Belsham.

In 1881, at home with her parents, she was aged 6 and born in London.


In 1891, she was at home with her parents, aged 17 and born in St Pancras.


In 1901, at home with her parents, Maud M. was aged 27, and born in London.


She married Alfred Robinson in the June quarter of 1909 in the registration district of London C (1c 10).  Alfred, who had previously been married and was a widower, was her cousin, a son of Thomas and Theophila Robinson (nee Banks). 


In 1911, in 8 rooms at Pear Tree Cottage, Rowledge, Farnham, Surrey, aged 37 and born in Holborn.  With her was her husband of 1 year, Alfred Robinson aged 45, a retired corn merchant and born in Islington.


In 1939 (register) she was living at Lancia, High Wycombe MB with Alfred, a retired antiques dealer with a date of birth 19 February 1866, and an exact date of birth.


In 1949 she was living at Lancia, Amersham Hill Drive, High Wycombe.


Maud M. Robinson’s death was registered in the June quarter 1962, in the district of Middlesex S. (5f 76), aged 88.

Probate of her will was granted to her nephew, a chartered accountant, at Oxford 25 September 1962.  Maud Mary Robinson, widow, was of Sunbury Nursing Home, Sunbury-on-Thames, Middx, and died 24 June 1962.  Her effects were £18,727.2s.

She and Alfred had no children.

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Posted March 2017