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Rev. Hans McCoubrey Douglas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Rev. Hans McCoubrey Douglas (1822-1905) founded and was installed as minister of Woodburn Presbyterian Church Carrickfergus, Co Antrim on 2nd January 1866 and served until his retirement in 1904.

 

He also built two chools in Knockagh and Commons.

 

 

Margaret Douglas's, nee Adams. gravestone : [Granite Pillar And Marble Inset Stone Surrounding][Magaretta Douglas 16th march 1894 Agnes Adams 19th march 1897, not 97 or 98 [203] effects £657 30th April, the will of Margaret [Adams] Douglas late of Woodburn Carrickfergus County Antrim married woman who died 16th March 1894 at same place was proved at Belfast by the Reverend Hans McCourbrey Douglas Presbyterian Clergyman and Margaretta Isabella Douglas Gault of Agnes Street, Belfast Rent agent the executors, [1894 book]

 

Research note:
Miss Margaret McCoubrey, Holywood, wife of William John Douglas of Knocknagoney; mother of Jane bapt. 1882 at 1st Holywood Presbyterian Church

 

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