- Thomas McGuire married Briget Ryan.
F, b. circa 1875
- Susan McIlwrath was born circa 1875.
- Susan McIlwrath married William John Gibson circa 1900.
F, b. 1875, d. 25 July 1898
- Mary McIndoe was born in 1875.
- She was the daughter of George King and Mary Russell.
- Mary McIndoe immigrated on 16 March 1884 to Queensland with Mary Russell and George King. George (30?) and Mary 38 travelled on the Shannon which left Scotland on 6 December 1883 with their four children Mary 8, George 4 and Helen aged 1 who died on the voyage. A daughter Ann was born 8 days before the ship sailed, but was not registered as a passenger.
- Mary McIndoe died on 25 July 1898 in Brisbane.
- Mary was buried on 26 July 1898 in Toowoomba and Drayton Cemetery. PRES1-007-0040. She is buried in the same grave as her mother.
Charles Joseph McInerney
M, b. 1900, d. 1973
- Charles Joseph McInerney was born in 1900 in Meath, Ireland. He was the son of John McInerney and Margaret Nicol.
- He appeared on the census of 31 March 1901 in Old Castle, Meath, Ireland. He was one year old, the son of John Francis McInerney 31, a National school teacher and his wife Margaret. Three brothers and a sister also lived in the household along with a servant.
- At the age of 39 years, Charles Joseph McInerney married Marie Ellen Ann Brady in 1939 in Queensland.
- Charles Joseph McInerney and Marie Ellen Ann Brady appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Westbrook. Charles was a farmer.
- On 29 May 1949,his wife, Marie Ellen Ann Brady died in Queensland.
- Charles Joseph McInerney appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1958 living at Dexter Street, Toowoomba.
- He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1968 living at Emu Creek.
- He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1972 living at 22 Lister Street, Monto.
- Charles Joseph McInerney died in 1973 in Queensland.
Clive Edwin McIntosh
M, b. circa 1910
Jane Stewart McIntosh
F, b. 1858, d. 16 January 1948
- Jane Stewart McIntosh was born in 1858 in Toowoomba, Queensland. She was the daughter of James McIntosh and Jane Fletcher.
- At the age of 25 years, Jane Stewart McIntosh married Alfred Walker, son of Robert Francis Walker and Maria Carruthers / Crothers, in 1883 in Queensland.
- Jane Stewart McIntosh and Alfred Walker appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1908 living at Cawdor. Alfred was a farmer. Their daughter Emily carried out home duties and gave her address as Meringandan.
- On 11 September 1929,her husband, Alfred Walker died in Queensland at age 73.
- Jane Stewart McIntosh died on 16 January 1948 in Queensland.
- Jane was buried in Cabarlah Cemetery. UNIT-00C-0018.
Children of Jane Stewart McIntosh and Alfred Walker
- Alfred Stewart Walker+ b. 22 July 1884, d. 18 June 1965
- James Thomas William Walker b. 1886, d. 1946
- John Francis Walker b. 1888
- Emily Frances Stewart Walker b. 1890, d. 1961
- Walter William Walker b. 1892, d. 2 September 1919
- Jane May Walker b. 1894
- Sydney Edwin Walker+ b. 1 May 1896, d. 17 April 1951
- Lillian Isabel Walker b. 1898, d. 1926
- Stanley McIntosh Walker b. 1904, d. 1971
William Albert McIntosh
M, b. circa 1890
F, b. 1889
F, b. 1882, d. 6 February 1963
- Catherine McIntyre was born in 1882 in Queensland. She was the daughter of John McIntyre and Elizabeth Morrison.
- At the age of 25 years, Catherine McIntyre married Peter McIntyre, son of Donald McIntyre and Mary Jane Keag, in 1907 in Queensland.
- Catherine McIntyre died on 6 February 1963 in Queensland.
M, b. circa 1890
- Daniel McIntyre was born circa 1890.
- He, Justice of the Peace, Goombungee signed Albert Hermann Vonhoff's Naturalization application on 11 January 1923; Albert was living at Goombungee at the time and had been living there for 9 years, self employed, arriving from Bremer, Germany on 14 Jan 1914 on the Frederick Grouse via Sydney. He had been living in Goombungee since his arrival.
M, b. 1851, d. 6 November 1927
- Donald McIntyre was born in 1851. He was the son of Peter McIntyre and Jane McFarlane.
- At the age of 26 years, Donald McIntyre married Mary Jane Keag in 1877 in Queensland.
- In 1901 Donald was listed as a being associated with the cheese factory and store in Goombungee in the Crow's Nest Post Office Directory.
- Donald McIntyre and Mary Jane Keag appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at King Street, Goombungee. Donald was a cheesemaker. Their son Peter was also a cheesemaker, daughter Jane carried out domestic duties.
- Donald McIntyre died on 6 November 1927 in Queensland.
- Donald was buried on 7 November 1927 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. PRES1-005-0071.
Children of Donald McIntyre and Mary Jane Keag
M, b. 1883, d. 1947
Flora Christina McIntyre
F, b. 1898
F, b. 1878, d. 1964
- Jane McIntyre was born in 1878 in Queensland.
- She was the daughter of Donald McIntyre and Mary Jane Keag.
- Jane McIntyre appeared on the Electoral Roll with Donald McIntyre and Mary Jane Keag in 1903 in King Street, Goombungee. Donald was a cheesemaker. Their son Peter was also a cheesemaker, daughter Jane carried out domestic duties.
- Jane McIntyre died in 1964 in Queensland.
Laura Gainford McIntyre
F, b. 1900
Malcolm John McIntyre
M, b. 1902, d. 1965
F, b. 1895
F, b. 1836, d. 1916
- Mary McIntyre was born in 1836 in Ireland.
- Mary McIntyre married John Loughran circa 1860.
- Mary McIntyre died in 1916 in Queensland.
May Elizabeth McIntyre
F, b. 1892
M, b. 1880, d. 22 May 1953
- Peter McIntyre was born in 1880 in Queensland.
- He was the son of Donald McIntyre and Mary Jane Keag.
- Peter McIntyre appeared on the Electoral Roll with Donald McIntyre and Mary Jane Keag in 1903 in King Street, Goombungee. Donald was a cheesemaker. Their son Peter was also a cheesemaker, daughter Jane carried out domestic duties.
- At the age of 27 years, Peter McIntyre married Catherine McIntyre in 1907 in Queensland.
- Peter McIntyre died on 22 May 1953 in Queensland.
- Peter was buried on 23 May 1953 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. PRES2-010-0046.
Peter Robert Albert McIntyre
M, b. 1873
- Peter Robert Albert McIntyre was born in 1873 in Queensland. He was the son of Archibald MCINTYRE and Mary Ann MCCABE.
- At the age of 26 years, Peter Robert Albert McIntyre married Edith Harris in 1899 in Queensland.
Sidney Lewis McIntyre
M, b. 17 October 1887, d. 16 July 1951
- Charts: Descendants of Thomas Austin
- Sidney Lewis McIntyre was born on 17 October 1887 in Broughton Vale, New South Wales. He was the son of Grace Eliza Baker and Lewis Alexander McIntyre.
- Sidney Lewis McIntyre married Mabel Evelyn Gorring, daughter of Alexander Arthur Gorring and Charlotte Jane Austin, circa 1915. They had three children.
- Sidney Lewis McIntyre died on 16 July 1951 in Brisbane, Queensland, at age 63.
F, b. 1886
F, b. 1837, d. 1922
- Christina McKay was born in 1837 in Carradale, Argyll, Scotland.
- At the age of 17 years, Christina McKay married Henry McLeod on 17 February 1854 in Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
- Christina McKay and Henry McLeod immigrated on 5 May 1887. Henry 50 and Christina 48 travelled on the Dorunda which left London on 8 Mar 1887. With them were their children Peter 20, Henry 16, Dugald 18, and Angus 14, and Jennie aged 8. They were all from Argyle.
- Christina McKay and Henry McLeod appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1903 and 1905 living at Ravensbourne. Henry was a farmer.
- Christina McKay and Henry McLeod appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1909 and 1913 living at Ravensbourne. Henry was a farmer.
- Christina McKay died in 1922 in Tara.
- Christina was buried in Tara General Cemetery.
Children of Christina McKay and Henry McLeod
- Mary (Flora) McLeod b. 12 January 1854, d. 21 March 1943
- Donald McLeod b. 8 August 1857, d. 13 July 1935
- Margaret (Peggy) McLeod+ b. 10 November 1859, d. 7 October 1947
- Peter McLeod+ b. 23 May 1864, d. 6 March 1945
- Norman (Dugall) Duncan McLeod+ b. 10 August 1867, d. 2 February 1940
- Henry McLeod b. 28 April 1870, d. 1957
- Angus McLeod+ b. 25 May 1872, d. 12 June 1935
F, b. circa 1865, d. 1957
- Mary McKay was born circa 1865. She was the daughter of John McKay and Mary Ann McQuillan.
- Mary McKay married Henry James (James) Cocks, son of Charles Cocks and Ann Clark Fossett, in 1889 in Brisbane, Queensland.
- Mary McKay and Henry James (James) Cocks appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Geham. James lived on independant means.
- Mary McKay died in 1957 in Brisbane, Queensland.
Alice Kathleen McKee
F, b. 1901
Eliza Jane McKee
F, b. 1884, d. 5 July 1895
Emily Maud McKee
F, b. 1888, d. 1958
- Emily Maud McKee was born in 1888 in Queensland.
- She was the daughter of Thomas McKee and Louisa Ann Gorring.
- At the age of 22 years, Emily Maud McKee married Charles (Charlie) Humberdross, son of Abraham Humberdross and Friedrike Amelia Carolina Wassmund, in 1910 in Queensland.
- Emily Maud McKee and Charles (Charlie) Humberdross appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Ravensbourne. Charles was a labourer.
- Emily Maud McKee died in 1958 in Queensland.
M, b. 1891
James Archibald McKee
M, b. 1863, d. 11 June 1937
- Health Workers: Other Health Workers
- James Archibald McKee was born in 1863 in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. He was the son of John McKee and Julia Tibeaudi.
- He immigrated to Queensland in 1890.
- At the age of 37 years, James Archibald McKee married Mabel Eveline Davidson in 1900 in Queensland.
- James Archibald McKee rendered aide to Dorothy Winfred Ryan in May 1906 in Crow's Nest. The book "Crow's Nest History" mentioned that Dorothy was severely scalded when she pulled a kettle of boiling water over her legs on a Sunday. She was taken to see Mr J A McKee, who after dressing the wounds strongly advised that Dorothy be taken to hospital. She left on the train to Toowoomba on Wednesday.
- In 1908,James Archibald McKee's daugther, Maud Eveline McKee was born while James was living in Crow's Nest, Queensland.
- James Archibald McKee died on 11 June 1937 in Palmwoods. The Nambour Chronicle reported:-" Mr. James Archibald McKee, a respected citizen of the Palmwoods district, passed away suddenly in the Palmwoods private hospital on Wednesday after a short illness. Deceased, who was born in Armagh, Ireland, 74 years ago, came to Australia in 1890, and in 1900 married the eldest daughter of the late Mr. John Davidson, of Bundaberg. In the early days of Crow's Nest, deceased set up business as a chemist, and his service among the residents of the district will long be remembered. Later, he transferred to Brisbane and Nambour. He disposed of his business in Nambour in 1926, and during the last eleven years had lived in retire ment at Palmwoods. The late Mr. McKee took a keen interest in Freemasonry and was an officer of the Grand Lodge of Queens land. He leaves a widow and two daughters and one son, Mesdames R. McKelvey (Ipswich) and A. Butt (Montville), and Mr. J. McKee (Palmwoods). Following a service in the Palmwoods Presbyterian Church, the funeral, which was largely attended, moved to the Palmwoods-Woombye cemetery yesterday afternoon. The Rev. W. R. Cowan officiated."