Dr Henry Robinson (1877 - 30 September 1960) was a medical practitioner and politician in the Kensington area of London.
The eldest son of Sir Richard Robinson, he qualified in medicine and was a well known supporter of medical charities.
During the Second Boer War he served in South Africa in the Suffolk Regiment. In the First World War he held a commission in the Royal Army Medical Corps.
He entered local politics as a member of Kensington Borough Council, and was Mayor of Kensington in 1928-1929 and 1929-1930.
In 1931 he was elected to the London County Council as one of two Municipal Reform Party councillors representing Kensington North. He held the seat in 1934 but was defeated in 1937 when both North Kensington seats were won by the Labour Party.
He held the offices of Justice of the Peace and Deputy Lieutenant of the County of London.
Laid the foundation stone of The Three Hierarchs Church .
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "Obituary: Dr Henry Robinson". The Times: p. 22. 6 October 1960.
- ↑ "L.C.C. Election". The Times: p. 8. 7 March 1931.
- ↑ "L.C.C. Election". The Times: p. 8. 10 March 1934.
- ↑ "New L.C.C. Labour's Increased Majority. Full Results.". The Times: p. 7. 6 March 1937.