Robert Henry Lee was born 29 March 1858 in Vavaʻu, Tonga to George Lee (1829-1879) and Elizabeth Matthews (1832-1899) and died 1903 in Malcolm Hospital, Malcolm, Western Australia, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Frances Symons (1845-1923) 4 January 1879 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. He married Charlotte Marion Thwaites (1871-1956) 3 March 1898 in Perth, Western Australia, Australia. Ancestors are from Ireland.


Offspring of Robert Henry Lee and Frances Symons (1845-1923)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Reginald Rudolph Lee (1879-1948) 27 July 1879 Kent Town, South Australia, Australia 19 January 1948 Granville, New South Wales, Australia Mary Elizabeth Isaac (1878-)
Mary Flora Learmont (1891-1967)

Harry Ernest Arnold Lee (1881-1882)
Lesley George Lee (1883-)
Robert Sidney Eustice Lee (1885-)

Offspring of Robert Henry Lee and Charlotte Marion Thwaites (1871-1956)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Gladys Evelyn Lee Cockerill (1899-1937)

Namesakes of Robert Henry Lee (1858-1903)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
Robert Lee (1600-1654)Binfield, Berkshire, EnglandBarnstable, Barnstable County, MassachusettsHenry Lee (1578-1647)Elizabeth Fletcher (1580-1626)Mary Atwood (1606-1681)
Robert Edward Lee (1807-1870)Stratford Hall Plantation, Westmoreland County, Virginia, United StatesLexington, Virginia, United StatesHenry Lee (1756-1818)Anne Hill Carter (1773-1829)Mary Anna Randolph Custis (1808-1873)
Robert Gordon Lee (1926-1979)Eastwood, New South Wales, AustraliaNewmarket, Regional Municipality of York, Ontario, CanadaReginald Rudolph Lee (1879-1948)Mary Flora Learmont (1891-1967)Muriel Webb
Robert Henry Lee (1858-1903)Vavaʻu, TongaMalcolm Hospital, Malcolm, Western Australia, AustraliaGeorge Lee (1829-1879)Elizabeth Matthews (1832-1899)Frances Symons (1845-1923)+Charlotte Marion Thwaites (1871-1956)

Footnotes (including sources)

¶ Death
  • The death is announced, in Malcolm Hospital, Western Australia, of Mr. Robert Henry Lee, at the age of 45. He was for many years in the service of the South Australian Government in the Postal Department, and left for the western state some years ago. He was the eldest son of the late Rev. George Lee, and has left a widow, who resides at Forestville.
Adelaide Observer, 17 October 1903, page 32