James Cowbrough
(Between 1750-)
Jean Muir
(Abt 1764-)
Matthew Coubrough
Jean Allan
(Abt 1810-Bef 1865)
Jane Coubrough
(1834-After 1901)


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James Campbell

Jane Coubrough 1,2

  • Born: 10 Apr 1834, Abbey (Paisley), Renfrew, Scotland
  • Marriage: James Campbell on 29 Dec 1865 in Pollockshaws, Eastwood, Renfrew, Scotland
  • Died: After 1901, Pollokshaws, Eastwood, Renfrew, Scotland


Jane married James Campbell on 29 Dec 1865 in Pollockshaws, Eastwood, Renfrew, Scotland. (James Campbell was born in 1826 and died before 31 Mar 1901 in Pollokshaws, Eastwood, Renfrew, Scotland.)

bullet  Marriage Notes:

According to their 1865 marriage certificate:

1865 On the Twenty ninth day of December At Herriot Street Pollokshaws After Banns according to the forms of the Free Church of Scotland James Campbell, Porter, Bachelor Age 29 Main Street Pollokshaws [was married to] Jane Coubrough Power Loom Weaver Spinster Age 28 Herriot Street Pollokshaws.

James's parents were James Cambell, Hand Loom Weaver, deceased [and] Janet Morrison. Jane's parents were, Matthew Coubrough, Colour Maker [and] Jean Allan, deceased. The ceremony was performed by Neil Bradie, and witnessed by Robt Bennett and Malcolm Bennett.

May 24, 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 Eastwood
Parish Ward of Fourth or Western
Ecclesiastical Parish of Eastwood
School Board District of Eastwood
Parliamentary Division of East Renfrew
Municipal Burgh of Pollokshaws
Police Burgh of Pollokshaws
Burgh Ward of Fourth or Western
Town of Pollokshaws
Page 7; No. In Schedule: 34; 134 King St.
Rooms with one or more windows 2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Jane Campbell Head Wid F66 -- Renfrew, Barrhead
Janet do Daur S F30 Cotton Weaver Worker do Pollokshaws
Margaret Coubrough Sister S F52 do do do do Barrhead

Myrna's notes: There were three other families at this address, one of whom was from Ireland and had one window and one of whom was Scots and had two windows.

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