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Mrs. Charles Corbett Robinson
(Nancy Dianne Alley)

Nancy Dianne Alley Robinson, a native of North Carolina lives in Mooresville, North Carolina after having lived in Virginia for 25 years. She is the daughter of Robert Moore Alley and Florence Lucinda Isenhour.  She is the widow of Charles Corbett Robinson who served this country in the Navy in World War II and has one son, John Luther Boyter, III married to Melissa Knight Boyter, one adopted grandson, Edward Lee Boyter and one granddaughter, Katherine Dianne Boyter. She attended Western Carolina University and is currently a business woman, a mother, grandmother and “Domestic Engineer" (as fondly called by her husband).  Mrs. Robinson and her husband were owners of Burton and Robinson, Inc., a concrete construction firm founded by her husband. She is a member The Trump National Golf and Country Club, a member of the South Lake Norman Garden Club, a Life Member of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and a member of Mt. Zion Methodist Church.


Memberships
* National Gavel Society
* National Society Daughters of the Cincinnati
* Order of the Crown in America
* National Society Americans of Royal Descent (member of the Most

   Venerable Order of Saint Louis; 3rd Vice President National)
* Ancient Heraldic and Chivalric Order of Albion (Treasurer General,
   Dame of the Order of Albion of the Conversion of the Twenty-Three
   Kings)
* Order of the Merovingian Dynasty (Honorary President General;
   Founder of the Scholarship)
* Order of the Crown of Charlemagne in the United States of America
   (1st Vice President General)
* Order of the First Families of Virginia 1607-1624/5
* One Hundred Living Descendants of Royal Blood
* National Society Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth
   of VA (Honorary NC Chapter President)
* Colonial Dames of America (NC Chapter President)
* National Order of the Knights of the Golden Horseshoe
* National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
* National Society United States Daughters of 1812 (Honorary
   NC State President)
* United Daughters of the Confederacy
* Society of Daughters of Holland Dames
* National Society Colonial Daughters of the Seventeenth Century
* Baronial Order of Magna Charta (Scholarship Co-Chair)
* Military Order of the Crusades
* Order of Americans of Armorial Ancestry (Honorary President
   General)
* Descendants of Templar Knights
* Plantagenet Society
* Scotch-Irish Society of the United States of America
* Order of Descendants of Colonial Cavaliers (Governor General)
* National Society Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims (Honorary
   NC Branch Governor)
* National Society Colonial Dames of the XVII Century
* National Society Daughters of American Colonists  
* National Society Dames of the Court of Honor
* Descendant Member of the Friends of St. Georges’ Chapel
   and the Knights of the Garter (Descendant Member) UK
* National Society Daughters of Colonial Wars (Honorary
   NC State President)
* Society of the Descendants of Colonial Clergy
* Jamestowne Society (Central NC Chapter 1st Vice Governor)
* Order of the Three Crusades 1096-1192 (Secretary General)
* First Families of North Carolina
* Dutch Colonial Society
* National Society Southern Dames of America
* Flagon & Trencher, Descendants of Colonial Tavern Keepers
* National Guild of Saint Margaret of Scotland (Honorary
   President General)
* Continental Society Daughters of Indian Wars
* Hereditary Order of Families of Presidents and First Ladies
   of America
* Sons and Daughters of the Colonial and Antebellum Bench
   & Bar
* Presidential Families of America (President General)
* Order of the Norman Conquest (President General)
* Guild of Colonial Artisans and Tradesman 1607-1783
* American Descendants of the House of Burgesses
   1619-1699 (Founder)
* National Society of Saints and Sinners
* Hereditary Order of Descendants of Loyalists and Patriots
   of the American Revolution
 

Chivalric Orders
The Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem 
  (bestowed by Elizabeth II, Queen of England) 


Other Notes
Mrs. Robinson is an avid Genealogist with twenty-eight proven Confederate Ancestors, eighteen DAR Patriots, three Jamestown lines, and fifteen Colonial Dames lines. She does cross stitch, reads and loves traveling, collects antiques and has an extensive and reputable collection of René Lalique glass (over 600 pieces). A lover of football, she is an avid fan of the Washington Redskins.

Mrs. Robinson has been a fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House Children’s Charities of Greater Washington D.C. for twenty years.  Additionally, Mrs. Robinson served as Chairman of “Rally Round the Redskins” auction for five years, raising over $750,000.00 for the charity.  She served as Chairman of the Board of Directors from 2002-2007 and has been a member of the Board since 1989. She is still an active participant in raising money for the Houses and the families. With her move to North Carolina where she grew up she will also support the new Charlotte Ronald House.

Mrs. Robinson is a fundraiser for many charities some of which are the Ada Jenkins House, in Davidson, NC for families in need, The Peninsula Community Foundation, The Wounded Warriors Fund, the Veterans Hospital in Salisbury, NC. and the USO room, Charlotte Douglas Airport and Lincoln Cathedral, UK.

Mrs. Robinson received the Judah P. Benjamin Award from United Daughters of the Confederacy for civic work with Ronald McDonald House.  She also received the Winnie Davis Award from United Daughters of Confederacy for work preserving the Virginia Division Minutes

   
   
   
 
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