John Coubraugh
(Abt 1789-)
Katharine Andrew
(Abt 1790-1875)
Malcolm Coubrough
(Abt 1834-1910)
Helen Templeton
(Abt 1833-1921)
James Templeton Coubrough


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Agnes Aitken Barton

James Templeton Coubrough 1,2

  • Born: 3 Apr 1870, Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland
  • Marriage: Agnes Aitken Barton in 1897 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland

bullet  General Notes:

occupation: Plumber


James married Agnes Aitken Barton in 1897 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland. (Agnes Aitken Barton was born about 1878 in Wishaw, Lanark, Scotland.)

bullet  Marriage Notes:

May 19, 2002:
The 1901 British census was conducted in April. Every page contained this header. Those items which did not apply were supposed to have a line drawn through them, but they were often just left blank. In the transcripts which follow, any items left blank in the original have not been entered.

The undermentioned Houses are situate within the Boundaries of the
Civil Parish of
Quoad Sacra Parish of
School Board District of
Parliamentary Burgh of
Parliamentary Division of
Royal Burgh of
Municpal Burgh of
Police Burgh of
Burgh Ward of
Town of
Village or Hamlet of
Island of

Also on every page were the following column headings, which are represented here by numbers as there wasn't room write them all out. The columns labelled "No. of Schedule;" "Road, Street, &c., and No. or Name of House" and "Rooms with one or more windows" are at the beginning of each entry to save space as there was only one entry per family in each column. The columns headed "Gaelic or G. & E." and "Whether: 1. Deaf and Dumb. 2. Blind. 3. Lunatic, Imbecile, or Idiot 4. Feeble-minded" rarely had entries for any of the Coubroughs. When they did, it is noted at the end the entry.

1. Name and Surname of each Person.
2. Relation to Head of Family
3. Conditon as to Marriage
4. Age (last birthday) [There are separarte sub-columns here for males and females; indicated in transcripts by M or F along with the age.]
5. Profession or Occupation
6. Employer, Worker, or on Own Account
7. If Working at Home
8. Where born [usually given in the format County, Parish]

The undermentioned Houses are situate within the Boundaries of the
Civil Parish of Cambusnethan
Ecclesiastical Parish of Cambusnethan
Quoad Sacra Parish of Wishaw
School Board District of Cambusnethan
Parliamentary Division of Mid-Lanark
Police Burgh of Wishaw
Town of Wishaw
Page 22; No. In Schedule: 112; Shand Street (East Side) 13 Shand St.
Rooms with one or more windows 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Jas Templeton Coubrough Head Mar M30 Plumber Worker Dumbartonshire, Cumbernauld
Agnes Barton " Wife Mar F23 Lanarkshire, Wishaw

Myrna's Notes: This address seems to have been a room in a larger house, perhaps a boarding house. The first address on this street is called Shandfield Place, where a man named John Gilchrist lives in three windowed rooms with his wife, Isabella, and their 8 children who range in age from 3 to 30 years. The next three addresses are 10, 13, and 15 Shand St, which each have one room with a window.

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