born February 1797–February 1798
in North Mimms, Hertfordshire
died 18 February 1846
in Gloucester, Gloucestershire
The LDS have a record of the baptism of one Frederick Robinson, parents George and Mary, in North Mimms on 6 May 1798. Peter Smith points out that the baptismal records of three of Frederick's siblings (in a different church) were under the surname 'Robinson' too. North Mimms is where Frederick's mother was living at the time of her marriage.
1835: described as a horse dealer, and living in Littleworth, at the baptism of his son, Francis.
1837: described as a horse dealer, and living in Littleworth, at the birth of his daughter, Ann Agnes. A month later, on Ann Agnes's baptismal record, he is a horse dealer living in South Hamlet.
1840: described as a horse dealer, and living in Littleworth, at the baptism of his son, Frederick.
1841 census: living in Littleworth, Gloucester with wife and children. Occupation is horse dealer. Age is 40–44, born in 'Scotland, Ireland, or Foreign Parts'.
1842: described as a horse dealer, and living in Littleworth, at the baptism of his son, Albert George.
The Gloucester Journal for 21 February 1846 has the following death notice:
'Feb 18, at Littleworth, in this city, in his 48th year, Frederick, eldest son of Mr George Robertson, late of the Spa, leaving a widow and seven children to lament their loss.'
1846: 'Frederick died 22 Feb 1846, was buried in St Mary De Crypt' according to Terry Freeman. The LDS have a sparse record for the burial of Frederick Robertson on this date at St Mary De Crypt.
1858: Described as a dealer on his daughter Ann's marriage certificate (where he is not said to be deceased, though neither is Ann's father-in-law who might be by that time).