Charles Calder Mcdonald

(1822 - 1870)

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Charles Calder Mcdonald
1822 - 1870
Born
1822
. in Aberdeen., Scotland County
Death
August 11, 1870
Sandhurst, Australia
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Charles Calder McDonald
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Charles Calder Mcdonald, father to 1 child, was born in 1822 at ., Aberdeen.. He was baptized at Scotland United Kingdom. He married Elizabeth Leslie, and they gave birth to Charles Calder Mcdonald II. Charles died on August 11, 1870 in Sandhurst, Australia at 48 years of age.
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Charles Calder McDonald (Ship Master) arrives Victoria, Australia abt 1853 with his 2nd wife Elizabeth Leslie, Baby daughter Elizabeth Matthew, Brother James Matthew McDonald and son Alexander Henry McDonald by his first wife Sarah who has died somewhere between England and Sth Africa as Charles stays in Port Elizabeth until his next wife Elizabeth arrives. Charles and James buy a Ginger beer, soda water factory in Sandhurst, Victoria, Australia. Charles then buys a place out of Sandhurst in the Goroong area called "Maybank" right on the Campaspe River.
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Charles Calder Mcdonald
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Maybank Farm, Campaspe, Victoria, Australia in Sandhurst, Australia
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Charles Mcdonald was born in at . in Aberdeen., Scotland County
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Charles Mcdonald died on in Sandhurst, Australia
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Charles Mcdonald was born in at . in Aberdeen., Scotland County
Charles Mcdonald died on in Sandhurst, Australia
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at Old Bendigo Cemetery, Victoria, Australia
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Aberdeen, Scotland

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London, England. Port Elizabeth South Africa. Sandhurst Victoria, Australia.
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Ship Master.
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Charles Calder Mcdonald, father to 1 child, died on August 11, 1870 in Sandhurst, Australia at 48 years old. He was buried in Old Bendigo Cemetery, Victoria, Australia. Charles was born in 1822 at ., Aberdeen.. He married Elizabeth Leslie, and they gave birth to Charles Calder Mcdonald II.

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In 1822, in the year that Charles Calder Mcdonald was born, was the year that coffee was no longer banned in Sweden. Originally used as a religious drink in Arabia more than 1100 years ago, coffee was banned in many European countries until the 18th century.

In 1838, when he was 16 years old, on February 24th, Representatives William J. Graves (Kentucky) and Jonathan Cilley (Maine) fought a duel with rifles. They faced off at 94 yards. Cilley was hit on Graves' third try - in the femoral artery - and bled to death on the dueling field. The Panic of 1837 and Jackson's presidency had caused an extremely partisan Congress and the duel was a result.

In 1844, at the age of 22 years old, Charles was alive when on July 3rd, the last known pair of great auk were killed in Iceland. A flightless bird, the average auk was about 33 inches tall and weighed about 11 pounds with a black back and white belly. They were most often found along the coast of Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Canada Great Britain, Ireland - and sometimes as far south as Spain.

In 1850, he was 28 years old when on April 4th, the city of Los Angeles - now the 2nd most populous city in the US - was incorporated. On April 15th, the city of San Francisco - now the 15h most populous city in the US - was incorporated. Both cities were incorporated before California became a state.

In 1870, in the year of Charles Calder Mcdonald's passing, on June 26th, Christmas was declared an official federal holiday in the United States. By 1860, 14 states had declared Christmas a legal holiday but the practice of celebrating Christmas was a local - and religious - choice previously.

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