Ian Duncan Turnbull Mcbain (died 1949)

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Ian Duncan Turnbull Mcbain
? - 1949 (edit)
updated February 06, 2019
Ian Duncan Turnbull Mcbain was born to Mcbain Duncan Mcbain and Eliza Clow Turnbull Mcbain, and we currently have no other siblings in his family tree. He died in 1949 in Watta, Australia.

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Ian Duncan Turnbull Mcbain

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Ian Mcbain died in in Watta, Australia

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Ian Duncan Turnbull Mcbain

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Mcbain Duncan Mcbain

Watta, Australia
Eliza Clow Turnbull Mcbain

Watta, Australia

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Ian Duncan Turnbull Mcbain passed away in 1949 in Watta, Australia. He was born to Mcbain Duncan Mcbain and Eliza Clow Turnbull Mcbain, and we currently have no other siblings in his family tree.
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1949 World Events

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In 1808, on February 11th, anthracite coal - the hardest form of coal - was first burned as fuel by Jesse Fell, in Pennsylvania. He burned the coal on an open air grate. This discovery led to the use of coal as the key fuel source of the industrial revolution in the United States.

In 1815, on February 3rd, the first commercial cheese factory was founded in Switzerland. The first employee of the factory was a man named Loris Federspiel and his title was “Käse Schneidemaschine” - "Cheese Cutting Machine". His job was to taste the cheese to see if it was aged enough to sell.

In 1832, on October 20th, the Chickasaw nation signed the Pontotoc Creek Treaty with the United States. The Treaty ceded 6,283,804 million acres of Chickasaw land in Mississippi to the U.S. In return, the Chickasaw were supposed to receive all proceeds of sales of the land by the federal government to private owners, along with expenses for relocation and food and supplies for one year and an equal amount of land west of the Mississippi. The area ceded included the entire northern one-sixth of the state of Mississippi.

In 1858, on January 14th, Felice Orsini and others tried - but failed - to assassinate Napoleon III of France. The bombs they set off did kill 8 people - and wounded 142 others. Some of the conspirators were French émigrés who lived in Britain, setting off a short anti-British feeling in France. But the emperor refused to support the sentiment and it died out. Orsini was executed by guillotine on March 13th.

In 1949, in the year of Ian Duncan Turnbull Mcbain's passing, on January 25th, the first Emmy Awards (for television) were handed out in Los Angeles. Shirley Dinsdale won for the Most Outstanding Television Personality and Pantomime Quiz Time earned an Emmy for the Most Popular Television Program.

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Mcbain Duncan Mcbain

Watta, Australia
Eliza Clow Turnbull Mcbain

Watta, Australia
Francis Ross Mcbain
1871 - 1951
Ivanhoe, Australia
Francis Mcbain

Ivanhoe, Australia
Janet Mcbain

Ivanhoe, Australia
Margaret Jean Mcbain
1928 - 1951
Ouyen, Australia
Donald John Mcbain

Ouyen, Australia
Elsa Emma Presker Mcbain

Ouyen, Australia
William Herbert Mcbain
1894 - 1952
Heidelberg, Australia
William Mcbain

Heidelberg, Australia
Ellen Dillon Mcbain

Heidelberg, Australia
James Milne Mcbain
1873 - 1952
Ballarat, Australia
David Mcbain

Ballarat, Australia
Janet Milne Mcbain

Ballarat, Australia
Donald John Mcbain
1885 - 1952
Ouyen, Australia
Donald John Mcbain

Ouyen, Australia
Mary Mallinton Mcbain

Ouyen, Australia
Henrietta Mcbain
1875 - 1955
Fitzroy, Australia
Saddler Thomas Mcbain

Fitzroy, Australia
Mary Kay Mcbain

Fitzroy, Australia

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Mcbain Duncan Mcbain

Watta, Australia
Eliza Clow Turnbull Mcbain

Watta, Australia
Eileen May Clancy
1902 - 1949
Watta, Australia
Meakin William John Clancy

Watta, Australia
Lottie Cheary Clancy

Watta, Australia
Murray Wallis
Died: 1949
Watta, Australia
Dory May Wind Wallis

Watta, Australia
Samuel Lee
1881 - 1949
Watta, Australia
Thomas Henry Lay
1875 - 1949
Warburton, Australia
Lay John Edward Lay

Warburton, Australia
Sarah Field Lay

Warburton, Australia
Rich Cranage
Died: 1949
Wton, Australia
Dennison
Died: 1949
Warburton, Australia
Dennison George Edward Dennison

Warburton, Australia
Alma Gwen Heaney Dennison

Warburton, Australia
Charles Brookland
1871 - 1949
Wbeal, Australia
Mary Elizabeth Ackland
1869 - 1949
Wbeal, Australia
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