Born at Kew, Melbourne. RC. Enlisted 1 June 1915 age 28, labourer. Nok wife, Catherine Robinson, Thompson Road, formerly c/o Military Quarters, Victoria Road, Fremantle. He married Catherine White on 6 March 1915 and they had a son Henry George Robinson. Embarked at Melbourne 17 July 1915 per A67 Orsova and killed in France 16 March 1916. He was buried in the Military Cemetery NW of Mont St Eloy, and the grave marked with a wooden cross, Later the body was exhumed and buried at Cabaret Rouge British Cemetery, Plot 15, Row K, Grave 10, 6 miles north of Arras, France. Personal effects: disc, 2 note books, 3 coins on string, gun metal watch (damaged), wrist strap, 6 coins, 2 keys, testament, photos, plain gold ring (damaged), metal needle case, cigarette holder (wooden), pen holder (metal). Service medals: BWM and VM. Cottesloe and district Honour Rolls.