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Old 15th May 2016, 23:32   #1
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McCOUBRIE family

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McCOMBRIE MARGT 32
McCOMBRIE JAMES 9
McCOMBRIE LINDEN 7 [2?] * image has age 7 and says 'Scotch.' 'Wife and child.'

Looking to see of the name might be Louden.

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Tasmanian News (Hobart, Tas. : 1883 - 1911) - Wednesday 7 July 1886 p.2
MARRIAGE.
McCOUBRIE - COLE.-On June 23rd, at St. John's Church, Hobart, by the Rev. H. R. Innis, Louden, only son of James McCoubrie, of County Down, Ireland, to Martha, youngest daughter of J. R. Cole, of Hobart.


The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954) - Tuesday 31 August 1943 p.8
DEATHS
McCOUBRIE.-Passed peacefully away on August 30, 1943, at a private hospital, Louden, beloved husband of Martha McCoubrie, 25 Fraser St., New Town, and loved father of the late Laurel McCoubrie, aged 87 years. (Late of Longley.)

CREMATIONS
McCOUBRIE.-Funeral of the late Mr Louden McCoubrie, of 25 Fraser St., New Town, will move from the Funeral Parlours of the undersigned, on Tuesday (This Day), at 10.15 am, arriving at Chapel, Crematorium, Cornelian Bay, at 10.35.
ALEX. CLARK AND SON LTD., Funeral Directors, 168-170 Collins St.
Phone 3270.

The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954) - Monday 13 March 1944 p.8
DEATHS
McCOUBRIE.-On March 12, 1944, at a private hospital, Hobart, Martha Jane, wife of the late Louden McCoubrie, of 25 Fraser St., New Town.

CREMATIONS
McCOUBRIE.-Funeral of the late Mrs Martha Jane McCoubrie, of 25 Fraser St., New Town, will arrive at Chapel, Crematorium, Cornelian Bay, on Tuesday (Tomorrow), at 2.30 pm.
ALEX. CLARK & SON LTD., Funeral Directors, 168-170 Collins St.

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Re: McCOUBRIE family

A different John - not the husband of Margaret.

Married to Emma PANTON.

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) - Tuesday 21 February 1922 p.1
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McCOUBRIE.-On the 18th February, at "Elsama," Yarra street, South Yarra, John, relict of the late Emma McCoubrie, late of Yarraville and Geelong, aged 86 years. A colonist of 72 years. (Interred privately Eastern Cemetery, Geelong.)
At rest.

McCOUBRIE.-On the 18th February, at "Elsama" Yarra street, South Yarra, John, the loving father of Robert (deceased), Richard, James, Alfred (deceased), Edward (Bate), George, Emma (Mrs. E. Thompson), and Edith; loving grand-father of Jessie.

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Re: McCOUBRIE family

Alice Maud nee ALLAWAY married Alfred Ernest, son of John & Emma.

Louden's wife Martha Jane in her Will left a bequest to 'Maud' but I can't see the connection.

John & Emma did name a son James Louden. The 2x John must be related somehow back in Ireland but it's all before civil reg.

I've found nothing to show Margaret's husband left Ireland.

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Can anything be found to show that Margaret's son James was a draper?

Can a connection be found between Martha COLE and Alice Maud ALLAWAY?

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Re: McCOUBRIE family

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McCOMBRIE LINDEN 7 [2?] * image has age 7 and says 'Scotch.' 'Wife and child.'

Looking to see of the name might be Louden.
The image does look like 'Linden' [i] is dotted. Age = 7y.

Let me know if you want the image..

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Re: McCOUBRIE family

Thanks Geoff.

Yes, please send it.

There is no sign of him in Victoria. Age at death is not a good fit and father is listed as James.

Tasmanian News (Hobart, Tas. : 1883 - 1911) - Wednesday 7 July 1886 p.2
MARRIAGE.
McCOUBRIE - COLE.-On June 23rd, at St. John's Church, Hobart, by the Rev. H. R. Innis, Louden, only son of James McCoubrie, of County Down, Ireland, to Martha, youngest daughter of J. R. Cole, of Hobart.

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Re: McCOUBRIE family

Crop of Margaret's death certificate of 1886.

Ballynahinch County Down Ireland
Married 22 years - John Alexander McCoubrie * I have the marriage
20 years in Victoria
James deceased
Louden 25 or 26 years * no sign of a birth reg.

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Re: McCOUBRIE family

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Index to Unassisted to Victoria
NOV 1863 'Commodore Perry'
McCOMBRIE MARGT 32
McCOMBRIE JAMES 9
McCOMBRIE LINDEN 7 [2?] * image has age 7 and says 'Scotch.' 'Wife and child.'
Not easy to get a handle on this, Dave...

Are the above yours? How come Scottish?

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Re: McCOUBRIE family

I think that must be an error saying from Scotland.

It has to be them. Not a common name.

I'm still not sure if that is the right one in Tasmania. The only one found who nearly fits.

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