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Biography

Alexander James McRae was born 1856 in Buchan, Victoria, Australia to Donald McRae (c1827-1906) and Margaret Fraser (c1834) and died 12 February 1925 in Marrickville, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Eliza Clarke (1865-1943) 6 January 1886 in Cooma, New South Wales, Australia.
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Children


Offspring of Alexander James McRae and Eliza Clarke (1865-1943)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Maud Isabella Gertrude McRae (1886-1949)
Christina Mabel McRae (1888-1969)
Verlie Mayous McRae (1889-1972)
Rexelyer John Raymond McRae (1891-1948)
Sylvia Mary McRae (1896-1970)
Ruby Louisa R McRae (1898-1946)
Cecil Alexander McRae (1900-1970)
Cyril C McRae (1903-1903)
Clarice Viola McRae (1904-1987) 1904 Cooma, New South Wales, Australia 20 June 1987 Beverly Hills, New South Wales, Australia Samuel Robert Clive McDonald (1901-1950)

Kenneth Vincent Leonard McRae (1909-1997)

Note

Some researchers have confused him with Alexander James McRae (1865-1944)‎ (died 1941?).



Sources and notes

‡ General
¶ Death
  • McRAE.—February 12, 1925, Alexander James McRae, beloved husband of Eliza McRae, of 92 Yule-street, Petersham, aged 69 years.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 14 February 1925, page 16
§ Remains
  • McRAE.—The Relatives and Friends of the late ALEXANDER JAMES McRAE, of 2 Yule street, Petersham, and late of Monaro, are kindly invited to attend his Funeral; to leave the Mortuary Station at 2.55 THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, for Presbyterian Cemetery, Rookwood.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 14 February 1925, page 15

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