Angus McInnes was born circa 1817 in Scotland, United Kingdom to Donald McInnes (1789-1857) and Margaret McGregor (1798-1868) and died 6 March 1888 in Middle Arm, Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Anabella Catherine Nicholson (1826-1903) 28 April 1844 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia.


Offspring of Angus McInnes and Anabella Catherine Nicholson (1826-1903)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Margaret Mary McInnes (1844-)
John McInnes (1846-1915)
Peter Thomas McInnes (1847-1927)
Angus Augustus McInnes (1848-1915)
Catherine Mary McInnes (1850-1903)
Jessie Margaret McInnes (1852-)
Donald McInnes (1854-1928)
Christina Theresa McInnes (1856-1896) 6 May 1856 30 September 1896 "Woodleigh", Binda, New South Wales, Australia John Neil McIntosh (1858-1922)

Flora McInnes (1858-1875)
Alexander Ambrose McInnes (1859-1944)
Mary Angela McInnes (1861-1936)
Charles Joseph McInnes (1863-1901)
James McInnes (1865-1933)
Cornelius McInnes (1867-1943)
Gregor Duncan McInnes (1868-1888)
Anna Isobella McInnes (1870-1950)

Event: Other - Died, Goulburn Herald
Date:8 Mar 1888
Location:at Goulburn, New South Wales
Notes: At his residence, Middle Arm, on Tuesday 6th March, Angus Mcinnes, ages seventy one years. RIP FUNERAL - The friends of the late Mr. A. Mcinnes are invited to his funeral, to take place at Middle Arm, at three o'clock, this (Thursday) afternoon, 8th instant.

Event: Other - Death of an Old Colonialist - Goulburn Herald
Date:8 Mar 1888
Location:at Goulburn, New South Wales
Notes: We regret to announce the demise of Mr Angus McInnes senior, which took place at his residence, Middle Arm, on Tuesday last at the age of 71, the cause of death being general decay. Mr McInnes was a native of Scotland, but had been in the district for close on half a century, forty years of which time he lived at Middle Arm. He was highly respected in all parts of the district, and especially so in the neighbourhood where he so long resided. he leaves a widow and 15 children (nine sons and six daughters). Mr A A McInnes of the Hibernian Hotel, amd Mr P McInnes of the Bridge Hotel, are two of the sons. The family have the sympathy of the community at large in their bereavement. a solemn Requiem High Mass for the soul of Mr McInnes will be celebrated at Saint's Peter & Pauls Cathedral this morning at eight o'clock and his remains will be interred at Middle Arm at three o'clock this afternoon.

Event: Other - Obituary - Crookwell Gazette
Date:9 Mar 1888
Location:at Crookwell, New South Wales
Notes: It is with feelings of regret, in which those who are acquainted with the family must share, that we place on the record the death of Mr Angus McInnes senior, which took place at his residence, Middle Arm on Tuesday last. The deceased gentleman was seventy one years of age, and had resided in the district for about 40 years. He was respected by all who that the pleasure of his acquaintance. He leaves a widow and nine sons and six daughters. The family of the deceased have the true sympathies of the whole community. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon when a number of people attended to pay their last mark of respect to the deceased gentleman.

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