William Robb

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Reverend William Clement Robb (b. 18 September 1940, Elderslie, Renfrewshire, d. 14 June 2005, Troon, Ayrshire) was a minister for the Church of Scotland and a County Councillor for Delting South between 1970 and 1975.

He was a Church of Scotland minister for Delting and was ordained on 17 June 1968, retiring on 31 October 1976. He later became a minister at Glasgow's Househillwood St Christopher's on the 25 March 1981.

He unsuccessfully contested the Delting Seat at the inaugural Shetland Islands Council election in 1974.

In 1994, he was jailed for seven years for sexual offences against young boys. He was released in 1998.

Political Career

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Zetland County Council
Preceded by
Hugh Sutherland
Member for
Delting South

Council body dissolved
Delting South County Councillors
Councillors Thomas Gifford (1890-1898) • William Adie (1899-1907) • Laurence Robertson (1907-1913) • Arthur White (1913-1919) • Joseph Peterson (1919-1922) • Robert J. H. Ganson (1922-1928) • Edward Adie (1928-1952) • Basil Neven-Spence (1952-1955) • Edward Adie (1955-1967) • Hugh Sutherland (1967-1970) • William Robb (1970-1975)