5 1/4" Provenance: Robert Hay1839. C. Granville Way, Boston, acquired by his father from the Hay Collection. Robert Hay first visited Egypt as an officer
FROM THE INTERNET Gene Anderson NEW MEMBERS Joining since our last report are Robert Hay, Matt Channell, Jamie Yakes, Louis Weissman, Gary Hahn, Dale Bunyard, Dennis Deisenroth, Colin Simmons, Patrick
— Robert Hay, Charles H. Russell, John A. Stevens, Joseph Sampson, John C. Green, Edwin D. Morgan, Adam Nome, Denning Duer, Abiel A. Low, R. Warren Weston, John J. Astor. Capital, December, 1871,
Robert, Hay, Tony J., Koch, Jack R., Resnick, E. B., Robison, Ben S., Skole, Keith M., Tarbert, P. E., Taubert, A. G., Rodgers, Geo. W. "Hank," Cerrone, John F., Branigan, Robert, . Jensen, Don W., ..
William Robert Hay, M. A. (joint issuer with two other gentlemen of the Buxton Tokens, of which a statement will appear in due course. ) He was Vicar of Rochdale in 1820, he died December 10th, 1839,