Birth Name: Robert Peter Williams
Place of Birth: Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, U.K.
Date of Birth: 13 February, 1974
Ethnicity: Irish, English, possibly Welsh
Robbie Williams is a British singer, songwriter, and entertainer. His career started in 1990 as a dancer and singer with the pop group Take That, with Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, and Mark Owen. He then launched a successful solo career.
Robbie is the son of Teresa/Theresa Jeanette “Jan” (Farrell) and comedian Peter “Conway” Williams. He is married to American actress Ayda Field, with whom he has four children.
Robbie’s paternal grandfather was named Phil Williams.
Robbie’s paternal grandmother was named Betty.
Robbie’s maternal grandfather was John Vincent “Jack” Farrell (the son of Martin Farrell and Mary Kelly). John was Irish, from Co. Kilkenny. Martin was the son of Sarah Phelan. Mary was the daughter of William Kelly and Bridget Healey.
Robbie’s maternal grandmother was Janetta Durber (the daughter of Thomas Durber and Janetta Martin). Robbie’s grandmother Janetta was born in Wolstanton, Staffordshire, England. Thomas was the son of George Durber and Rosehannah Machin. Robbie’s great-grandmother Janetta was the daughter of Isaiah Martin and Clara Lawler.
Genealogy of Robbie Williams (focusing on his mother’s side) – https://www.geni.com
Family history of Robbie’s maternal grandfather, John Vincent “Jack” Farrell – http://www.timedetectives.co.uk