Susan MacArthur

(circa 1880 - 15 November 1929)
     Susan MacArthur was born circa 1880. She was the daughter of Hugh & Euphemia Macarthur..
     Susan MacArthur married David Colbert, son of Joseph Colbert and Harriet Hannah Beamond, in 1908 in Victoria.
     Susan died on 15 November 1929 in the Hospital, Ballarat, Victoria. She was buried on 16 November 1929 in Ballarat.
     Her will was proved at Victoria.

Children of Susan MacArthur and David Colbert

Joan Ellison Macartney (Rich)

( - 26 March 2001)
     Joan died on 26 March 2001 in Neringah Hospital, New South Wales. She married David Louis Rich in 1946, no relationship known.

Lillian Jean Macartney

     Lillian Jean Macartney married Alfred John Carlyle Livingston, son of Alfred George Livingston and Ethel Frances Dunbar Dobson, on 11 October 1930.

William MacAulay

(31 October 1893 - 17 May 1957)
     William MacAulay was born on 31 October 1893 in Binginwarri, Alberton, Victoria. He was the son of Allan, a farmer born in Scotland and his wife Margaret Ann Enwen. His sister Christina married Hannibal Cyril Thomas in 1920.
     William was registered as farmer with land at Binginwarri worth £187 at Albert Valley, via Gelliondale, on the between 1935 and 1936 electoral roll.      
William MacAulay was was a Member of Parliament in the Legislative Council for Gippsland province representing the County Party. He worked on family farm at Gelliondale and continued to run it after father's death 1927; Freemason; Presbyterian elder and assembly representative. Albenon shire councillor 1930-1957, president 1934-1935, 1942-1943, 1949-1950, 1955-1956. Councillor 1935-1937, Liberal-Country (McEwen) party 1938-1943; rejoined Country party 1943 from the 1940s.
     William MacAulay married Mary Isobel MacKenzie, daughter of Thomas George MacKenzie and Annie Littlejohn Fraser, on 25 July 1940 in Victoria.
     William was registered as a farmer at Gelliondale at Alberton, on the 1949 electoral roll.
     William died in a tractor accident. on 17 May 1957 in Albert Valley, Yarram, Victoria, aged 63.

Catherine MacAuliffe

(circa 1805 - 15 October 1864?)
     Catherine MacAuliffe was also known as Kate in records. She was born circa 1805 in Cork, Ireland.
     Catherine MacAuliffe married Edward Colbert before 1827 in Cork. Edw/d Edmd Colebert Cate Mcauliffe, Charles Colebert, Ma.. Colbert? Child rather than a marriage.
     Catherine died on 15 October 1864? In Fermoy, Cork, Ireland. A Catherine Colbert died at the Workhouse Hospital, Fermoy, a widow aged 50 of typhoid fever, labourer. She may be the mother of Edward.
Another Catherine Colbert died 23 May 1866, at Dunmoon, Lismore Union, RD Tallow, Waterford, female, widow, 60 years, wife of a farmer, Dunmoon, no medical attention, Informant James (x) Colbert, occupier Dunmoon, 28 May 1866.
Also in the Lismore RF, Lismore Union Waterford: vol.4 #207: 7 March 1865, at Lismore Workhouse, Catherine Colbert, female, widow, 90, no occupation, died of old age, Informant Sarah Murray, Master of the Workhouse, Lismore.And Vol.14 p.413 #500, Fermoy RD, Fermoy Union, Cork: 3rd Sept 1867, Rathealy Rd, Fermoy, Catherine Colbert, female, married, 28, wife of a labourer, died of fever - 8 days, certified. Informant: William (x) Colbert, present at death, Rathealy Rd.
     Catherine may have died on 7 March 1865 in the workhouse, Lismore, Waterford. Catherine Colbert, aged 90, widow.
Registrar: Mangan James.
Register: LISMORE DTH BK1.
Union: Lismore.
Cause of death: Old age.
Informant: Murray Samuel Master..
     Catherine may have died on 23 May 1866 in Dunmoon, Tallow, Waterford. Catherine Colbert, widow, 60, wife of farmer.      
Registrar: Hanan William.
Register: TALLOW DTH BK 1.
Union: Lismore.
Cause of death: No medical attendant.
Informant: Colbert James His Mark Occupier..
     Catherine may have died Catherine Colbert, aged 60. in 1869 in Youghal RD, Cork.
     Catherine may have died on 31 March 1873 in Tallow, Waterford. [Catherine Colbart, aged 79, married, wife of a farmerr.
Registrar: William Hannan.
Register: TALLOW DTH BK2.
Union: Lismore.
Cause of death: Diarrhoea 8 days uncert no medical attendant .
Informant: Colbart C Her Mark Pres/Dth..
     Catherine may have died on 27 December 1878 in Square, Portlaw, Waterford. Catherine Colbert, aged 64, widow, labourer.     
Registrar: Martin James.
Register: PORTLAW DTH BK4.
Union: Carrick on suir.
Cause of death: Bronchitis a week certified .
Informant: Power John His Mark Occupier..
     Catherine may have died on 14 June 1881 in Canty, Whitechurch, Waterford. Catherine Colbert, aged 90, widow of a labourer.     
Registrar: Hartland J.F..
Register: WHITECHURCH DT3.
Union: Dungarvan.
Cause of death: Senile decay many years uncert no med att .
Informant: Colbert Her Mark Present In Illness..
     Catherine may have died Kate Colbert, aged 61. in 1883 in Youghal RD Cork.
     Catherine may have died on 18 September 1883 in Clonkerdine, Whitechurch, Waterford. Catherine Colbert, aged 32, Registrar: Hartland J.F.
Register: WHITECHURCH DT4.
Union: Dungarvan.
Cause of death: Post parteen homarrhage 5 hrs uncertified no med .
Informant: Colbert Thomas Husband Present.married, wife of a smith.
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     Catherine may have died on 11 January 1885 in Monavarnogue Cork, Templemichael, Waterford. [Catherine Colbert, aged 75, widow, labourer.
Registrar: Rogers R.H..
Register: TMICHAEL DTH 2.
Union: Youghal.
Cause of death: Old age 4 days uncertified no medical attd .
Informant: Colbert Thos His Mark Present At Death S..

Children of Catherine MacAuliffe and Edward Colbert

William MacBain

     William MacBain lived at Croughly, Kirkmichael, Banffshire, 1843.
     William MacBain married Jean MacPherson, daughter of James MacPherson and Elspet Innes, on 3 August 1843 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. Wm McBain, farm servant, Croughly & Jean McPherson, Fotherletter, both of this parish - No proof of the link.

John Robert MacBean

(1901 - 1964)
     John Robert MacBean was born in 1901 in South Melbourne, Victoria. He was the son of William McBean & Ada Alex Main Scotland who married in 1900.
     John Robert MacBean married Lorna Bland Williams, daughter of Richard Williams and Sarah Bland, in 1926 in Victoria.
     John died in 1964 in Malvern, Victoria.

Catherine MacCarthy

( - before 3 April 1764)
     Catherine MacCarthy married Maurice Colbert, son of Edward Colbert.
     Catherine died before 3 April 1764 in Cork, Ireland.

Child of Catherine MacCarthy and Maurice Colbert

Mary Agnes MacCarthy

(circa 1895 - before 20 July 1982)
     Mary Agnes MacCarthy was also known as Agnes Mary in records. She was born circa 1895.
     Mary Agnes MacCarthy married Thomas Michael Colbert, son of Daniel Colbert and Bridget Agnes Reilly, on 7 January 1920 in Our lady of the Sacred Heart, Woodville, South Australia.
     Mary Agnes MacCarthy lived at 24 Marlborough Ave, Kilkenny, 1941.
     Mary died before 20 July 1982 in South Australia. She was buried on 20 July 1982 in the Cemetery, Cheltenham, South Australia.

Children of Mary Agnes MacCarthy and Thomas Michael Colbert

Ann MacComie

     Ann MacComie married Donald Bain.

Child of Ann MacComie and Donald Bain

Jane MacConochie

( - 1914)
     Jane MacConochie married Edward Colbert on 4 February 1882 in Queensland, Australia.
     Jane died in 1914 in Queensland.

Children of Jane MacConochie and Edward Colbert

Gordon James MacCormick

(14 April 1957 - )
     Gordon James MacCormick was born on 14 April 1957 in Geraldine, New Zealand. He was the son of Enid Nancy Bowker. Gordon James MacCormick was christened in Mayfield.

Donald Malcolm MacCraith

(29 August 1941 - 17 June 1969)
     Donald Malcolm MacCraith was born on 29 August 1941 in Essendon, Victoria. He was the son of John Andrew MacCraith and Aimee McDonald Small.
     Donald died in an accident on 17 June 1969 aged 27. He was cremated on 20 June 1969 in New Melbourne General Cemetery, Fawkner, Victoria.

Eileen Mary Beasley MacCraith (Deighton)

(6 January 1899 - )
     Eileen Mary Beasley MacCraith (Deighton) lived at 'Derjanilla', Madulkelle, Ceylon/Sri Lanka. She was born on 6 January 1899 in West Melbourne, Victoria. She was the daughter of John MacCraith and Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar.

Gerald Mack MacCraith

(23 February 1909 - 26 May 2009)
     Gerald Mack MacCraith was also known as Mack in records. He was born on 23 February 1909 in 110 Dryburgh St, Melbourne, Victoria. He was the son of Michael George MacCraith and May Mary Malcolm.
     Gerald was educated. Kensington State School 1920 Keilor Rd State School. He won a scholarship to Trinity College, but could not take it up due to family finances as the uniform and other sundries could not be purchased. In 1944-45 he did a correspondance course and night school in accountancy at RMIT.
     Gerald Mack MacCraith was employed a picture framer (old Eastern Market) at 14. This closed during the depression. Apprentice cabinet maker, this business was also forced to close during the depression. Grocery Store Assistant - Price Griffiths in Little Collins St, Melbourne Shop Assistant 1930 (Marriage Cert) 1931 Gerald & Nell took over a Milk Bar (Devon Dairy) with dwelling attached in Mount Alexander Rd, Moonee Ponds 1932 Gerald Mac's Lending Library, Napier St. Library in later years expanded into a small newsagency. Discharge from Army due to manpower requirements joined Jack (brother) in rabbit business Accountant Owner J.A. & G. McCraith, Rabbit Exporters.
     Gerald Mack MacCraith married Ellen Pearl Watson on 24 January 1930 in St Thomas, Essendon, Victoria. She was a confectioner and he was a shop assistant. Gerald Mack MacCraith was listed in a directory dated 1931 as Gerald McCraith at 733 Mt Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds. He was listed in a directory dated 1932 as Gerald McCraith at 27 Napier Street, Essendon.
     Gerald Mack MacCraith lived at 107 Robert St, Essendon.
     
     Gerald Mack MacCraith lived at Cooper Street, Essendon, Victoria.
     Gerald died on 26 May 2009 in Victoria, aged 100.

John MacCraith

(circa 1854 - 19 November 1905)
     John MacCraith was born circa 1854 in Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Michael George McCraith & Elizabeth Beazley. He arrived in Melbourne 15 June 1856 aged 1 per the "Atlanta" from Liverpool departing 27 March 1856. See http://www.dwyers.id.au/bill/nandwyer/mccraith_beazley.htm for more information on this family. John was a station-master in 1880, in Dandenong. In May 1882 he was the Station Master at Berwick (Elizabeth Birth Cert), by August 1882 he was Station Master at Riddles Creek (Illuminated Address, property of Mr Gerald McCraith).
     John MacCraith married Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar, daughter of George Killigrew Dunbar and Anne Potter Watt, on 25 January 1880 in the Roman Catholic church presbytery, Elsternwick, Victoria. Her husband stated that he was aged 24 at marriage, as Ellen was only 16 he probably lowered his age. Both were of Dandenong at their marriage, he was described as a station master. John MacCraith was listed in a directory dated between 1895 and 1897 at 87 Ireland Street, West Melbourne, Victoria. He was listed in a directory dated between 1896 and 1899 at 685 Spencer Street, West Melbourne, Victoria. Was a commercial traveller (Birth Cert Eileen 1899), at his death in 1905 he was described a as a Traveller. He was listed in a directory dated 1900 as 1900, 01, 02 1905 not listed.
     Family owned Waverley Hotel, renamed Astoria Hoter; Corner Flinders Lane and Collins Place. Demolished 1972 Said to be a very handsome man, a fine singer and a good entertainer. He was listed in a directory dated 1903 at 104 Miller Street, West Melbourne, Victoria.
     John died on 19 November 1905 in St Vincent's Hospital, Fitroy, Victoria. He was killed in an explosion after taking a candle to investigate a gas leak behind hotel at 50 Collins St. Inquest 21 & 24 November 1905. Verdict - accidental death. He was described as a "traveller" at death, 50 years in colony. He was buried on 21 November 1905 in Melbourne General Cemetery.

Children of John MacCraith and Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar

John Andrew MacCraith

(12 November 1916 - 20 April 2001)
     John Andrew MacCraith was commonly known as Jack. He was born on 12 November 1916 in Kensington, Victoria. He was the son of Michael George MacCraith and May Mary Malcolm.
     John was educated at Keilor Rd State School, West Melbourne.
     John Andrew MacCraith married Aimee McDonald Small on 7 October 1939 in Essendon, Victoria. An unknown person was a company director. At 14, Started work at Noon Pies At 16, was foreman at Noon Pies At 17, left to start his own business, Catching and selling rabbits to butchers. He has been catching rabbits for years, and was making more money off the rabbits than he was at Noon Pies.
     John Andrew MacCraith lived at 118 Glass Street, Essendon, Victoria, 1986.
     John died on 20 April 2001 in Victoria, aged 84. He was cremated on 20 April 2001 in New Melbourne General Cemetery, Fawkner.

Child of John Andrew MacCraith and Aimee McDonald Small

John George MacCraith

(1907 - 1907)
     John died in 1907 in West Melbourne, Victoria. He was born in 1907 in Hotham West, Victoria. He was the son of Michael George MacCraith and May Mary Malcolm.

May Mary MacCraith

(1 May 1911 - )
     May was was a dress designer. She trained at the St Kilda Rd State School College of Domestic Arts (Emily McPherson College), Melbourne. During the Second World War served as a Aircraft spotter at Albany W.A., whilst her husband Oscar, was stationed at the RAAF base. She was born on 1 May 1911 in Hotham West, Victoria. She was the daughter of Michael George MacCraith and May Mary Malcolm.
     May was educated. St Kilda Rd State School; College of Domestic Arts (Emily McPherson College).
     May Mary MacCraith married Oscar Emmerson Blyth in 1940 in Victoria.
     May Mary MacCraith lived at Reserve Road, Beaumaris, Victoria, 1986.

Michael George MacCraith

(6 January 1880 - 29 July 1944)
     Michael George MacCraith was commonly known as Mert. He was born on 6 January 1880 in Broadmeadows, Victoria. He was baptised at Dandenong by Rev Father Quilien. He was the son of John MacCraith and Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar. Michael was a printer. At his marriage in 1906 he was a printer and on his son Gerald's marriage in 1930. He was a Foreman Printer at Sands McDougall 1944 Munitions Worker according to his death certificate.
     Michael George MacCraith married May Mary Malcolm on 15 January 1906 in St John's, Melbourne?, Victoria.
     Their son Michael G is listed from 1907 at 110 Dryburgh St Nth Melbourne; 1910 ditto (no G).. Michael George MacCraith was listed in a directory dated 1919 as Mr Michael McCraith, at Stationmaster, Dimboola, Victoria. 1921 (no G) station master Fishermens Bend Port Melbourne; 1925 Michael station master Mitchell St Bendigo; 1929 Michael station master Mitchell St Bendigo.. He was listed in a directory dated 1921 as Mr Michael McCraith, stationmstr at Fishermens Bend, Port Melbourne. He was listed in a directory dated 1923 as Mr Michael G McCraith at 8 Percy Street, Kensington. He was listed in a directory dated between 1925 and 1932 as Mr Michael G McCraith at 8 Cooper Street, Essendon.
     Michael died of congestive cardiac failure on 29 July 1944 in St Vincent's Hospital, Carlton, Victoria, aged 64. He died as a result of a motor car accident, which crushed his chest, he lived 9-10 days after the accident. He also was suffering from pneumonia and lung cancer when he died, according to May Blyth he was only skin and bones when he died. He was cremated on 31 July 1944 in Fawkner Crematorium.

Children of Michael George MacCraith and May Mary Malcolm

Zoe Elizabeth Anne MacCraith

(4 January 1882 - 1936)
     Zoe Elizabeth Anne MacCraith was born on 4 January 1882 in Riddells Creek, Victoria. She was baptised at Riddle's Creek, by Rev Father Carroll. She was the daughter of John MacCraith and Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar.
     Zoe Elizabeth Anne MacCraith married Joseph E Barnett in 1919 in Sydney, New South Wales.
     Zoe died in 1936 in East Melbourne, Victoria. She was buried in Melbourne General Cemetery.

Henry J MacCullen

( - 1974)
     Henry J MacCullen married Hilda Winslow, daughter of William Gressan Winslow and Elizabeth Catherine Dobbin Halahan, on 16 September 1939.
     Henry died in 1974.

Alexander MacCulloch

(1886 - 1955)
     Alexander MacCulloch was born in 1886 in Carisbrook, Victoria. He may have married Janet Moss in 1917 and had a son Alexander in Geelong in 1919. He was the son of Joseph MacCulloch and Jane MacPherson.
     Alexander died in 1955 in Footscray, Victoria.

Elizabeth MacCulloch

     Elizabeth MacCulloch married Sir David Dunbar 1st baronet of Baldoon, son of Archibald Dunbar, on 1 May 1641.

Child of Elizabeth MacCulloch and Sir David Dunbar 1st baronet of Baldoon

George MacCulloch

(1873 - 1874)
     George MacCulloch was born in 1873 in Carisbrook, Victoria. He was the son of Joseph MacCulloch and Jane MacPherson.
     George died in 1874 in Carisbrook, Victoria.

George MacCulloch

(1880 - )
     George MacCulloch was born in 1880 in Carisbrook, Victoria. He was the son of Joseph MacCulloch and Jane MacPherson.
     George MacCulloch was mentioned in the will of Joseph MacCulloch dated 23 April 1915.

Jane MacCulloch

(1876 - 1905)
     Jane MacCulloch was also known as Jessie in records. She was born in 1876 in Talbot, Victoria. She claimed Charlotte Plains as her birthplace at her marriage. She was the daughter of Joseph MacCulloch and Jane MacPherson.
     Jane MacCulloch married James MacLeish in 1899 in Victoria.
     Jane died in 1905 in Carisbrook, Victoria.

Children of Jane MacCulloch and James MacLeish

Jessie MacCulloch

(1878 - 1928)
     Jessie MacCulloch was born in 1878 in Carisbrook, Victoria. She was the daughter of Joseph MacCulloch and Jane MacPherson.
     Jessie MacCulloch married Walter Hooker Moss in 1903 in Victoria. Jessie McCulloch from Charlotte Plains married Walter Hooker Moss butcher Carisbrook Witnesses were John Moss & Mary Anne Hooker, Joseph McCulloch, Jane McPherson.
     Jessie MacCulloch was mentioned in the will of Joseph MacCulloch dated 23 April 1915.
     Jessie died in 1928 in Ballarat, Victoria. Her sister Jane was also known as Jessie. She was buried in Ballarat.

Children of Jessie MacCulloch and Walter Hooker Moss

John MacCulloch

(1882 - 20 February 1955)
     John MacCulloch was born in 1882 in Carisbrook, Victoria. He was the son of Joseph MacCulloch and Jane MacPherson.
     John MacCulloch was mentioned in the will of Joseph MacCulloch dated 23 April 1915.
     John died on 20 February 1955 in Footscray, Victoria. He was buried after 20 February 1955 in Carisbrook, Victoria. Mr John McCulloch.

Joseph MacCulloch

(13 January 1834 - 23 July 1915)
     Joseph MacCulloch was also known as MacCullogh in records. He was born on 13 January 1834 in Kincardine By Doune, Perthshire, Scotland. He was the son of Joseph & Margaret nee Graham.
     Joseph MacCulloch arrived per "Ellen Stuart" on 7 December 1858 at Victoria, from |Jos McCullogh 24 & Mary Ann McCullogh 26 were unassisted passengers.
     On 18 Sep 1863 Joseph McCulloch had an unclaimed letter at Yackandandah advertised in the Government gazette.
     Joseph MacCulloch married Jane MacPherson, daughter of Paul MacPherson and Jane Emslie, in 1867 in Victoria, Australia.
     Joseph MacCulloch made a will dated 23 April 1915. Joseph McCulloch, retired farmer of Carisbrook appoints his sons Joseph, Robert & John as executors and mentions his other children giving George, Margaret Glazeur, Jessie Moss & Rebecca Green £25. He gives his wife Jane an annuity of £50, after these legacies he bequaths the whole of his estate to his sons John, William & Alexander as tenants in common.
     Joseph died on 23 July 1915 in Carisbrook, Victoria, aged 81. He was buried in the cemetery, Carisbrook. Memorial inscription: In memory of Joseph McCulloch, and also – his wife Jane.
     His will was proved on 17 September 1915 at Victoria. Probate was granted to Robert McCulloch, of Mildura, railway employee; Robert McCulloch of Caulfield, gentleman and John McCullock of Carisbrook, farmer, executors.

Children of Joseph MacCulloch and Jane MacPherson