Si Robertson’s Siblings Ranked Oldest to Youngest

7 Si Robertson’s Siblings Ranked Oldest to Youngest

Silas “Si” Robertson is best known as “Uncle Si,” the moniker he usually went by on A&E network’s hit show Duck Dynasty. 

Equally as infamous as it is famous for its satirical depictions in comedy sketches, Si became a household name in the Robertson family and adored by the hundreds of thousands who tuned into to catch up on the lives of these Louisiana outdoorsmen. 

Si isn’t the only name in the Robertson family who’s amassed a faithful following of wildlife and hunting enthusiasts. He makes up only one piece to a six-piece sibling tree who are all involved in the successful family enterprise known as Duck Commander – a hunting and fishing company. 

Join us as we discover how the Robertson family turned themselves into one of the most recognizable outdoor lifestyle brands in America as we rank the Robertson siblings from oldest to youngest!

7. Thomas Robertson 

Personal and professional information about Thomas Robertson is unknown.  He is believed to be the eldest of Si Robertson’s siblings.

We can only assume that his means of income comes through his involvement in the family business at Duck Commander.


6. James Robertson (February 28, 1936 – November 21, 2014)

Age (at time of death): 78 years, 8 months, 24 days
Born: Vivian, Louisiana
Occupation: Journalist, Writer
Known For: Brother of Si Robertson

James Robertson was the son of Merritt and James Robertson. He was described as a dedicated Boston Red Sox fan and a proud LSU alumnus, where he earned his degree in journalism.

James served in the US Air Force before attending college and pursued a career in historical fiction writing when he retired. 

He passed away at 78-years-old and is survived by his wife, Connie Robertson, to who he was happily married for 28 years. 

Did You Know?

James Robertson and Connie shared six children, all of which were boys.


5. Harold Robertson (August 10, 1939 – October 27, 2013)

Age (as of at time of death): 74 years, 2 months, 17 days
Born: Vivian, Louisiana
Occupation: US Air Force Officer
Known For: Brother of Si Robertson

Harold Robertson was the son of Merritt and James Robertson. Like his older brother James, Harold is a fellow LSU alumnus and a man known for holding a broad range of positions in his life.

Apart from serving in the Air Force, Harold was a Boy Scout district executive, a coach, assistant principal, plant manager, home health administrator, and a politician. 

After Harold retired from the workforce, he continued to serve his community and preach the gospel at his local church. He was known as a blue-collar, salt-of-the-earth type of man committed to his faith and serving his country and those around him. 

Did You Know?

Harold Robertson was married to Mary Chandler Robertson for 46 years. They share two daughters – Jeanna Robertson and Leslie Cobb.


4. Judith Robertson (September 16, 1941 – June 20, 2006)

Age (at time of death): 64 years, 9 months, 4 days
Born: Dixie, Louisiana
Occupation: N/A
Known For: Sister of Si Robertson

Personal and professional information about Judith Robertson is mostly unknown. She is survived by at least one son. 

Did You Know?

Judith Robertson was buried in Mount Gilead Cemetery in Vivian, Louisiana.


3. Phil Robertson (April 24, 1946 – Present)

Age (as of October 2022): 76 years, 5 months, 18 days
Born: Vivian, Louisiana
Occupation: Hunter, Businessman, Reality TV Star
Known For: Duck Dynasty

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Phil Robertson is the 76-year-old son of Merritt and James Robertson. He attended Louisiana Tech University and was starting quarterback for the Bulldogs. 

In high school, Phil was a standout athlete and was all-state in football, baseball, and track, which allowed him to attend the university on a full ride in the 1960s. He graduated with a master’s degree in education and worked as an educator for several years. 

While teaching, Phil became a commercial fisherman and a skilled outdoorsman. Eventually, after becoming dissatisfied with “duck calls” as they were, he started to work on a device that could mimic the noises of a duck to exact detail.

His ingenuity and DIY attitude are the impetus for what has now become the Duck Commander Company, founded in 1973. Today, his company is worth several million dollars and is run by his son, Willie Robertson. 

Thanks to the controversial yet entertaining Duck Dynasty reality show on A&E, the company grew exponentially and remains exceedingly popular.

Did You Know?

During Phil’s college playing days, he started as first-string quarterback, ahead of the future first overall pick in the 1970 NFL Draft, Terry Bradshaw. 


2. Si Robertson (April 27, 1948 – Present)

Age (as of October 2022): 74 years, 5 months, 15 days
Born: Vivian, Louisiana
Occupation: Businessman, Reality TV Star, Reed Maker
Known For: Duck Dynasty

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Silas “Si” Robertson is the 74-year-old son of Merritt and James Robertson. Si became an instant favorite among frequent watchers of Duck Dynasty, which evolved into other well-received appearances in shows like Buck Commander and The Duckmen of Louisiana. 

He was also the host of the Duck Dynasty spin-off Going Si-Ral. 

Si also attended Louisiana Tech University like his older brother Phil. Three quarters into the school year, he dropped out and was drafted to fight in the Vietnam War.

He retired from the military in 1993 as a Sergeant First Class and is honored with an exhibit at the Chennault Aviation and Military Museum in Louisiana. 

Silas became the reed maker and an integral member of the family business when it came to ensuring quality craftsmanship.

Crafting reeds for Duck Commander and working to entertain on his reality television show aren’t the only talents Si has. 

Si added to the credits on his resume by lending his voice and likeness to the popular show VeggieTales in the Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas video.

Did You Know?

Since Si Robertson’s son was diagnosed with PTSD following eight tours in Iraq, Si has become and advocate for better care for veterans. 


1. Janice Robertson Dasher (1951 – September 25, 2019)

Age (at time of death): 68 years 
Born: Vivian, Louisiana
Occupation: Teacher
Known For: Sister of Si Robertson

Janice Robertson Dasher was the youngest of the Robertson siblings at 68-years-old!

Some have said that Janice played the most important role as a member of the Robertson family in laying the foundation that would become the Duck Dynasty empire. She was the one to introduce the idea that they document their lives in front of the cameras, which in hindsight turned out to be the best business move they’ve ever made. 

Did You Know?

Janice Robertson Dasher passed away after a struggle with Alzheimer’s disease, revealed by her husband on the day of her death. She is survived by her husband Gordon and their three children – Melissa, Zach, and Grant.  

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