Thomas seems to have been succeeded by his son, also called Thomas Robley (1690-1733). The younger Thomas was a batchelor and he made his sister, Ann, his main heir. She was the wife of Christopher Robinson of Nunclose who was described as a yeoman.
The Robinson family remained at Scalesceugh for centuries. The property was passed down from father to son until the death of John Robinson in 1851. By that time the Robinsons were prospering and owned 4 farms. They had 1 son who became a doctor and died at the age of 24, and 4 daughters. Their youngest daughter, Frances (1832-1909), inherited for lack of a male heir.
She had married John Harrison in 1851. Their son, John Robinson Harrison, a ship owner, built Scalesceugh Hall in 1917 in his retirement.
Contributed by Major Anthony Harrison, Wreay Hall. Major Harrison is the grandson of John Robinson Harrison. Wreay Hall was bought by his grandfather in 1919.