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The Coubrough Family of Scotland

Updated June 30, 2005

John Coubrough

1214 Straight Crk Drive

PO Box 2249

Dillon, Colorado 80435-2249

(970)468 1456

coubrough@earthlink.net

These home pages are set up to solicit comment from persons who are either directly or indirectly associated with, or have information on the Coubrough family, which has its origins in the Scottish lowlands around Glasgow. Our earliest records show origins in the towns of Campsie and Strathblane, Stirlingshire, Scotland. Some of the surname variants are: Coubrough, Couburgh, Cowbrough and Coubro.
My branch of the family emigrated from Thornliebank (Eastwood Parish) Scotland to Canada (circa 1906) and thence to Detroit, Michigan. There are a number of family offshoots throughout Canada from Newfoundland to British Columbia. I also notice occurrences of the surname in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Uruguay, as well as the UK and the United States. I most recently discovered an Alex Coubrough in Azerbaijan.

Anyone who has information on this family is asked to leave your comments and/or address at the email address given. I may also be reached via Skype VoIP at User name: coubrough.

John Coubrough

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