Paul Douglas Robey, 63, of Oxon Hill, MD passed away on Tuesday, November 10, 2015. Paul was the
first child of William G. and Frances Robey, born on December 20, 1951. Older brother of Ken and Brian
Robey, and Uncle Paul to Jeff and Matt Robey. Paul retired from the Prince Georges County Government
Department of Public Works and Transportation in 2011 after more than 30 years of service in the Office
of Transportation as an engineering technician. He was an avid reader and collector of many music
genres as evidenced by his vast collection of books and albums. Paul enjoyed sports, as a participant
prior to being sidelined by a work injury in his late twenties, and continuing as a spectator. Paul was a
lifelong Redskins fan, even in the bad years. To honor Paul's memory, contributions may be made in his
name to the American Diabetes Association. A memorial gathering will be held at a later date for friends
and family. Condolences may be left at Kalas Funeral Homes.
The Robey/Robie/Roby Family Association is a non- profit organization that was formed in 1994. It is dedicated to the research and preservation of the family history for all future generation. If you would like information on our family association you can email Secretary/Treasurer Joy Robey Klingaman at JoyRoebey@aol.com, or President William G Robey at email@example.com .
This Robey/Robie/Roby line can be traced to Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England as early as the 1200's
Henry Robie b. 1618 in Castle Donington emigrated to New Hampshire in 1639. Henry is the first to come to the New World.
John Roby b. 1607 in Castle Donington emigrated to Port Tabacco, Charles County, Maryland in 1662.
Henry is John's second cousin.
This is a photo of the Roby Key House in Castle Donington, England that we think was taken in about 1890. This photo is in the possession (in 16 x 20 inch size) of Clinton Robie of Savona, NY.
Learn more about the Key House and Castle Donington.
View some 17th century Roby graffiti from Castle Donington
Christopher Roby (1814-1897) Manufacturer and Commanding Officer of Troop F, Mass. Volunteer Militia.
The Chelmsford Historical Commission has put together a great history of Christopher Roby and the factory where he made the Roby Sword for use in the Civil War.
This fine example of the Robey 6 nhp compound design is a three-speed engine with overhead slide valves. This example has been with the same family since new in 1910, over the years being used on threshing and other agricultural work as well as stone-crushing. The engine is owned by F.B. Gibbons & Sons Ltd and it was seen on the rally fields with the same driver for fifty years in both working and preservation days.
Here is a great website with more information on these great Robey steam vehicles.
The Robey Trust Limited
The Robie Country Store is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Look through the old guest book (1999-2000) from the
old Geocities site that was shut down by Yahoo.
The years from 2001 to 2010 were lost thanks to Yahoo.
This is a read only page, a new guest book is coming soon.
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