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Posted by: Robert Hunsley Date: February 25, 2002 at 06:59:26
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I am looking for information on the McCoubrie Families of Rademon, Northern Ireland. My Grandmother was Sarah Margaret McCoubrie, married to James Blake and had one daughter, Charlotte (Lottie). She later married Jame's halph brother Dan Ralph.Lottie and her family moved to Nova Scotia Canada about age 15 and married Everett Hunsley. Lottie is now 94 years old. I have the following information on the McCoubries and would appreciate any other information available....
Sarah Margaret was the daughter of James McCoubrie of Dramaghlas, N.I. and Sarah Plunkett of Rademon. There were 10 children in the family including S. Margaret. They were Robert, Elizabeth, Annie, Charlotte, Martha, Percy, Thomas, James and William. I know Robert married an Elizabeth McCullough and had 5 children, Elizabeth married Thomas Kirkpatrick and had 5 children, one of whom; Percy moved to Nova Scotia with his aunt and later married a sister of his cousin Lottie's husband. Annie married a Thompson and moved to South Africa and had three children, Charlotte married a George Mullen and lived in the USA, Martha married William Humphries and had four children, married a Mary B? and had a son Beresford, Thomas married Sarah Scott and died in WW1, James married Annie Scott nad had seven children, and William was killed while working on the railway. If anyone can give me additional background information or the descendents of these people it would be greatly appreciated.
Bob Hunsley
Oxford,Nova Scotia, Canada

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