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Edward Robert Robson
... Edward Robert Robson FRIBA FSA FSI (2 March 1836 – 19 January 1917) was an English architect famous for the progressive spirit of his London state-funded school buildings of the 1870s and early 1880s ... Born in Durham, he was the elder son of Robert Robson, a Durham Justice of the Peace ... Robson's experience, for which he travelled in the Continent for the most up-to-date school-planning ideas, was encapsulated in his School Architecture (1874) ...
Epsom Oaks - Winners
... Frost Sir Charles Bunbury 1802 Scotia Frank Buckle Robert Robson John Wastell 1803 Theophania Frank Buckle Sam King Sir Thomas Gascoigne 1804 Pelisse Bill Clift Robert Robson 3rd Duke of Grafton 1805 Meteora ... Robert Robson Thomas Grosvenor 1808 Morel Bill Clift Robert Robson 3rd Duke of Grafton 1809 Maid of Orleans Ben Moss Robert Robson John Leveson-Gower 1810 Oriana Bill Peirse ... Hewett 1813 Music Tom Goodisson Robert Robson 4th Duke of Grafton 1814 Medora Sam Barnard Dixon Boyce 5th Duke of Rutland 1815 Minuet Tom Goodisson Robert Robson 4th Duke of ...
Epsom Derby - Winners
... Buckle John Pratt 1st Earl Grosvenor 1793 Waxy Bill Clift Robert Robson Sir Ferdinand Poole 1794 Daedalus Frank Buckle John Pratt 1st Earl Grosvenor 1795 Spread Eagle Anthony Wheatley ... Frost Sir Charles Bunbury 1802 Tyrant Frank Buckle Robert Robson 3rd Duke of Grafton 1803 Ditto Bill Clift John Lonsdale Sir Hedworth Williamson 1804 Hannibal Bill ... HRH Duke of York 1823 Emilius Frank Buckle Robert Robson John Udny 1824 Cedric Jem Robinson James Edwards Sir John Shelley 1825 Middleton Jem Robinson ...

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