Robertson

Robertson

=People=

* Several people called Archibald Robertson
* B. A. Robertson, Scottish musician songwriter
* Bob Robertson, former Major League Baseball player
* Sir Brian Hubert Robertson, British general and politician
* at least two people called Bruce Robertson
* David Robertson, conductor
* Sir Dennis Robertson, British economist
* Douglas Moray Cooper Lamb Argyll Robertson, Scottish ophthalmologist
* Ed Robertson, lead singer, Barenaked Ladies
* Geoffrey Robertson QC, Australian-born lawyer, author, and broadcaster
* George Robertson, now Lord Robertson - Baron Robertson of Port Ellen. British politician and Secretary General of NATO, 1999 - 2004
* George S. Robertson, British athlete
* Harry Robertson (composer)
* Lt. Gen. Sir Horace Robertson, Australian soldier
* Howard Percy Robertson, mathematical physicist
* Ian Robertson, Lord Robertson, TD, Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland, 1966-87, (1912-10-30 - 2005-07-21)
* J.M. Robertson, British journalist, secularist and Liberal MP
* James Robertson (psychoanalyst) (1911–1988), filmmaker and reformer of children's hospitals
* Sir James Wilson Robertson, former Governor-General of Nigeria
* Jerry Robertson, Major League Baseball pitcher
* John Robertson (Australian politician), Premier of New South Wales and radical land-reformer
* Julian H Robertson Jr, American investor
* Kaine Robertson, Italian rugby player
* Kathleen Robertson, (1973- ), Canadian actress. Beverly Hills 90210
* Lloyd Robertson, Canadian journalist
* Nate Robertson, Major League Baseball player
* Neil Robertson (snooker player), Australian snooker player
* Neil Robertson (mathematician)
* Nic Robertson, prominent CNN war reporter
* Oscar Robertson, former professional basketball player
* P.L. Robertson, inventor of the Robertson screwdriver and screw
* Pat Robertson, American Christian televangelist
* Robbie Robertson, Canadian musician and songwriter, former member of The Band
* Robert Gordon Robertson, Canadian politician
* Roland Robertson, British sociologist and theorist of globalization
* Robertson, illusionist, originally Etienne-Gaspard Robert, 1763-1867
* Robertson Davies, a Canadian author
* Thomas William Robertson, Victorian playwright
* Tom Robertson, musician
* Vernon Robertson, British civil engineer
* Several people called William Robertson
* Bailey 'Flap' Jr. Robertson, former professional basketball player
* A. W. Robertson, Chairman of the Board, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA, 1930's, 40's, 50's.
* Gary P. Robertson, educator, humanitarian

Places

* Division of Robertson, an electoral district in the Australian House of Representatives, in New South Wales
* Robertson County, Tennessee
* Robertson, Wyoming
* Robertson County, Kentucky
* Robertson (crater)
* Robertson, New South Wales
* Robertson, Queensland
* Robertson, South Africa

Things

* Robertson screwdriver
* Robertson Stadium, University of Houston, Houston, Texas
* Robertson Jam

Companies

* Robertson Airlines

ee also

* Roberts
* Roberson
* Robinson
* Robson


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