A Heritage That Spans Nearly Four Centuries.
On September 29, 1653, Allen Robinett and Margaret Symm exchanged wedding vows in London, England’s 12th century Church of St. Mary, Aldermanbury. After 28 years of marriage, Robinett purchased land in the New World from William Penn and, in 1682, moved his wife and two of their children to the British North American colony that later became the state of Pennsylvania.
More than 350 years later, Robinett descendants – with numerous surname spellings, including Robinette and Robnett – now number more than 1,000,000 in the United States.
The Robinett Family Association (RFA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and preserving this significant, centuries-old legacy by researching, collecting, organizing and facilitating access to Robinett family records. We also strive to enrich the lives of current and future generations by promoting family relationships and fellowship.
The mission of the Robinett Family Association (RFA) is to protect and preserve the rich heritage of the Robinett Family in America and to provide a sense of belonging to a nationwide family organization which is dedicated to enriching the lives of current and future generations of Robinett family members.
The objective of the RFA is to research, collect, organize, and make available information pertaining to the genealogy of Robinett family members, as well as to provide an organized means of communicating information among the various branches of the Robinett family.
We feel it is our privilege and duty to preserve and make available the rich heritage of the Robinetts in America, descended from Allen and Margaret.
• We feel that it is our obligation and responsibility to collect and organize our material so that it is interesting, palatable, and exciting.
• We are dedicated to adding value to the lives of Robinetts in this and all future generations.
• We seek to promote a close relationship among members, so that they may establish, maintain, and enjoy a spirit of family fellowship. This is accomplished through a biennial national gathering of RFA members and relatives and the RFA Newsletter & Journal.