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Samuel Robinson

Samuel Robinson

(Passed – 2010)

  • The Bravest of The Brave.
    Lit by Anon ymous
  • My wonderful Son, you will be in our hearts and our lives forever. Your time with us was just far,far too short. Love Dad
    Lit by Dennis Robinson
  • In loving memory of a great brother,brother in law and uncle we will never forget you. killed doing a job he loved miss and love you lots xx
    Lit by corinna Robinson
  • Rest in peace soldier. You did your country and your family proud.
    Given by Anonymous
  • You died doing a job you loved as a hero. You will never be forgotten. You made the ultimate sacrifice for us all. RIP.
    Lit by Anonymous
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Samuel Robinson

Samuel Robinson
(Passed – 2010)

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Samuel Robinson

(Passed – 2010)
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About Samuel
This is a tribute Samuel Robinson. Bombardier Samuel Joseph Robinson, 5th Regiment Royal Artillery, was tragically killed in Afghanistan on Thursday 8 July 2010.
Bombardier Robinson was serving in support of Combined Force Sangin, and died in an explosion while on foot patrol in the Sangin District of Helmand Province.
Bombardier Sam Robinson joined the Army on 23 November 1999 aged 20. He transferred from 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps in 2006 as a parachute trained corporal, and joined 4/73 (Sphinx) Special Observation Post Battery, 5th Regiment Royal Artillery.
In March 2008, after successfully passing the Patrol Course he was selected as a Royal Artillery Special Observer.
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About Samuel
/>Bombardier Samuel Robinson was deployed on his fourth operational tour in Afghanistan. On a previous deployment he had been a member of the Brigade Reconnaissance Force and played an active part in Op PANCHAI PALANG in June 2009.
He deployed to Afghanistan in May 2010 as a specialist advisor to provide support to Combined Force Sangin from Forward Operating Base Wishtan.
Samuel was the second in command of a Surveillance and Target Acquisition Patrol from 4/73 (Sphinx) Special Observation Post Battery Royal Artillery. On 8 July 10, Bombardier Robinson was on a local area patrol with members of A Company, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire) to ensure freedom of movement for locals, and International
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About Samuel
Security and Assistance Forces in Sangin, when he was tragically killed by an explosion from an Improvised Explosive Device.
A Physical Training Instructor, 'Robbo' kept himself very fit. A fish in the water, the current 2 Div swimming champion, and a gazelle over land, Bombardier Samuel Robinson was never happier than when hill walking in the Welsh mountains, putting his Mountain Leader skills to the test.
All members of 5th Regiment Royal Artillery, especially those in 4/73 (Sphinx) Special Observation Post Battery will miss him immensely. We will remember him.
The family of Bombardier Samuel Joseph Robinson have made the following statement:
"Sam was doing the job that he loved and was
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About Samuel
proud to be doing it. We are all very proud of him and we will miss him forever."
This is an online memorial in memory of Samuel Robinson. He died a hero making the ultimate sacrifice for his country and his comrades. May he rest in peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 11th Oct 2010
Benjamin Biddulph
wrote:
Sadly missed by all of us, you will forever remain in our hearts and minds, thinking of you everyday we love you so much xxx
Remembrance Messages
On 25th Jul 2010
Emma Thomas
wrote:
Sam I can't believe your gone, even though we were in school together as well as after leaving school, going out with our mates the laughs we shared. I will always treasure our memories together and my thoughts are with your family at this sad time. may you rest in peace dear friend and one day we will all meet again xxx
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On 23rd Jul 2010
gareth davies
wrote:
sam, will always remember all the great nights out we had in our teenage years. had lots of fun and got up to all sorts of trouble! will never forget you. thinking of you, your good "hambone" friend - gareth.
Remembrance Messages
On 21st Jul 2010
Sarah Teal
wrote:
Robbo, I can't believe your gone, they always take the good ones! Miss you so much, so many happy memories and good times with you fill my thoughts every day! Me, Jodie, Tracy n your fave Lez Charlotte will be there on Friday to say goodbye one last time! You were an awesome bloke and a true friend. Rest in peace Mucca, miss you your no 1 clerk xxxxx
P.S Does anyone know what time Sams funeral is as all his friends
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Sarah Teal
message continued:
from Abingdon would like to come down and say farewell x
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On 15th Jul 2010
gareth davies
wrote:
Have some lovely memories of you sam. Me and my brother (Gareth) had such good times with you in Pentre-Morgan in our teenage years. Will always remember you and all the laughs and fun times we shared, from catching the bus together to school, to playing by the river to drunken nights out! Miss You Carys x
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On 14th Jul 2010
Laura Biddulph
wrote:
RIP Sam, a courageous hero you will never be forgotten you will be remembered always in the hearts of those that love you.
Sleep Well cousin and love always xx
Remembrance Messages
On 14th Jul 2010
james phillips
wrote:
Just wanted to pay my respects to Samule Robinson.who was with my cousin Gunner Robert Long at the time. Our thoughts are with the family at this time
James Phillips
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On 10th Jul 2010
corinna Robinson
wrote:
In loving memory of my brother Sam who will be in my thoughts and memories forever rest in peace bro
Lots of love
Corinna,Mark,Tristan,Natasha,Connor and Sophie xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Remembrance Messages
On 9th Jul 2010
Debra Kyle
wrote:
So sorry for you loss - yet another one of our Heros has given their life in the cause of Freedom. Condolences to Bombardier Robinson's Family, Friends and Commrades R.I.P Brave Soldier xx
Remembrance Messages
On 9th Jul 2010
Anonymous
wrote:
Just wanted to pay my respects. So sorry to hear of another loss in Sangin. Rest easy soldier.
Remembrance Messages
On 9th Jul 2010
Anonymous
wrote:
I didn't know you but wanted to pay my respects to you and all the other brave men and women that have died fighting for us. You will never be forgotten and neither will your sacrifice. My sympathies and thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time. Rest in peace.
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Kindly lit by
Anon ymous
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
The Bravest of The Brave.
Kindly lit by
Dennis Robinson
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
My wonderful Son, you will be in our hearts and our lives forever. Your time with us was just far,far too short. Love Dad
Kindly lit by
corinna Robinson
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
In loving memory of a great brother,brother in law and uncle we will never forget you. killed doing a job he loved miss and love you lots xx
Kindly given by
Anonymous
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
Rest in peace soldier. You did your country and your family proud.
Kindly lit by
Anonymous
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
You died doing a job you loved as a hero. You will never be forgotten. You made the ultimate sacrifice for us all. RIP.
Sam
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Samuel Robinson

This is a tribute Samuel Robinson. Bombardier Samuel Joseph Robinson, 5th Regiment Royal Artillery, was tragically killed in Afghanistan on Thursday 8 July 2010.
Bombardier Robinson was serving in support of Combined Force Sangin, and died in an explosion while on foot patrol in the Sangin District of Helmand Province.
Bombardier Sam Robinson joined the Army on 23 November 1999 aged 20. He transferred from 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps in 2006 as a parachute trained corporal, and joined 4/73 (Sphinx) Special Observation Post Battery, 5th Regiment Royal Artillery.
In March 2008, after successfully passing the Patrol Course he was selected as a Royal Artillery Special Observer.

Samuel Robinson is remembered by...
Anon ymous
Dennis Robinson
corinna Robinson
Benjamin Biddulph
Emma Thomas
gareth davies
Sarah Teal
Laura Biddulph
james phillips
Debra Kyle
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