Born May 22nd.1841 at Upper Bedford Place, London.     

Married December 19th 1861 at St. Georges, Bloomsbury.
to Arthur Frederick Robarts
Arthur died on October 18th 1905 at Craycombe, Fladbury, Worcestershire.
Brass plaque to his memory in the south aisle of Fladbury church.
Fanny died in Oxford on June 17th 1921. Buried Fladbury.     
Seven daughters and five sons:  Evelyn 1862, Florence 1864, Lilian 1865, Frederick 1866, Archibald 1868, Maud 1869, Hugh 1871, Ethel 1872, 
Percy 1874, Charles 1876, Hilda 1880, Winifred 1882.         

Arthur was educated at Harrow, made a fortune on the Baltic Exchange.
They lived first at Norwood Lodge, Streatham Common and moved to Craycombe when Arthur retired about 1888.
Fanny lived as a widow at Sunnymede House, Banbury Road, Oxford.
Robarts's still
  live in the area.
It is not known whether the estate was freehold or leasehold nor 
how much land 
went with it.
Maud? Florence?
Editors note:
Many photographs in the family album have no name attached. Occasionally, as on this page, deductions are made without proof. e.g. The date seems right. The facial characteristics of mother and daughters seem right and the photographer is located near to home. QED.

Craycombe is "a jewel of a house" designed by George Byfield, built in 1791 with orangery, magnificent cedars, walled kitchen garden, pleasure gardens and small park. It was offered to let at £200pa in 1916 (£140 per week in today's money) and described in the particulars as the "favourite residence of H.R.H. the late Duc d'Aumale" when it was the centre of a 6,000 acre estate. Semi derelict in 1932;  Sold to Lord Cobham in 1960 as dower house to Ragley Hall. Became country club. Now belongs to a Mr and Mrs Howard Dawes who run a herd of pedigree Highland cattle.