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McLUCKIE family

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Assisted Immigration 1883-1912
13 Oct 1888 'Jumna' IMM/123 Z1964, M1703/1704
McLuckie
Ann 47
Annie 17
Janet 15
William 14
Rebecca 12
Margaret 9

But no mention of
Robert b. 1864 * in Brisbane by 1903
Elizabeth b. 1865 * in Cairns by 1893
Janie/Jeanie b. 1867 * in Brisbane by 1890
Alexander b. 1869 * no trace

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Assisted Immigration 1883-1912
13 Oct 1888 'Jumna' IMM/123 Z1964, M1703/1704
McLuckie
Ann 47
Annie 17
Janet 15
William 14
Rebecca 12
Margaret 9

But no mention of
Robert b. 1864 * in Brisbane by 1903
Elizabeth b. 1865 * in Cairns by 1893
Janie/Jeanie b. 1867 * in Brisbane by 1890
Alexander b. 1869 * no trace
Ages are right, maybe Richard is really Robert.

McLUCKIE Richard 23 Dorunda 5 May 1887
McLUCKIE A (Mr) 18 Dorunda 5 May 1887

Page 97 at the top. Doesnt give any further info to help confirm or eliminate.

http://www.archives.qld.gov.au/Rese...runda_1887_May_to_1887_Nov_QSA_Item_18484.pdf
 

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Thanks gibbo.

I'll see where that leads.

Jeanie is my great grandmother.

The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) - Tuesday 16 September 1890 p.4
MARRIAGE.
HAMILTON - McLUCKIE.-On the 9th September, at the Wickham-terrace Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. G. D. Buchanan, B.A., William, eldest son of William Hamilton of Cork, Ireland, to Jeanie, second daughter of the late Alexander McLuckie of Castlecomer, Ireland.

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No death in Qld. for a Mr A. that fits.

No death in Qld. for a Richard.


1893/C0268 Marnane William - McLuckie Elizabeth

The Brisbane Courier - Tuesday 6 June 1893 p.4
MARRIAGE
MARNANE - McLUCKIE.-On the 8th May, at St. Monica's Church, Cairns, William Marnane, of Herberton, to Bessie, eldest daughter of the late Alexander McLuckie, of Glasgow, and Castlecomer, Ireland.
 
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Dunno gibbo.

Ages are right but no deaths in Qld. or NSW in index.

No marriage in Qld. in index to 1900 for either of those.
 
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In Normanton John [LEDLIE] was employed by Burns, Philip & Co. In 1891 after a short term at the companyโ€™s branches in Thursday Island and Port Moresby, New Guinea he moved to Herberton where he joined the staff of Jack & Newell (established 1882). Also on the staff there were sisters Annie and Elizabeth Kerr (Bessie) McLuckie, both milliners.
This is curious because we have Annie's arrival.

Ok, the four missing ones are the four eldest. So it's normal for the older ones not to be listed with family but under the 'Single Women' 'Single Men' categories. But, should still be in the index.

No marriage in Qld. index before 1913 for Robert so that's rather late. Possibly married at Mackay.

1903 QLD Post Office Directory
McLUCKIE Robt, Kob st., Albion
 
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