Children Self + Spouses Parents Grandparents Greatgrandparents
Donald Alexander MCLEAN ( - 1891)
Elizabeth Anne MCLEAN (1860 - )
Alexander MCLEAN (1861 - )
Angus Alexander MCLEAN (1861 - 1944)
Robert Malcolm MCLEAN (1864 - )



+. Margaret CAMPBELL
Near Relatives of Robert MCLEAN
Relationship Person Born Birth Place Died Death Place Age
Self Robert MCLEAN

Spouse/Partner Margaret CAMPBELL

Son Donald Alexander MCLEAN 20 Oct 1891 Queensland, Australia
Daughter Elizabeth Anne MCLEAN 1860 Gree, Victoria, Australia
Son Alexander MCLEAN 1861 Broadmeadows, Victoria, Australia
Son Angus Alexander MCLEAN 02 Aug 1861 Broadmeadows, Victoria, Australia 29 Sep 1944 Queensland, Australia 83
Son Robert Malcolm MCLEAN 1864 Heywood, Victoria, Australia

Daughter in Law Emily (Emilyne) Spencer WILLS 16 Aug 1875 Kew, Victoria, Australia 05 Feb 1960 Queensland, Australia 84

Granddaughter Elizabeth Margaret MCLEAN abt 1899 Queensland, Australia 27 Sep 1912 Queensland, Australia 13
Grandson Donald Angus MCLEAN abt 1900 Queensland, Australia abt 1900 Queensland, Australia 0
Grandson Alexander Robert MCLEAN 28 Feb 1908 Queensland, Australia 24 Nov 1995 Blackall, Queensland, Australia 87
Grandson Gordon Cedric MCLEAN 10 Sep 1909 Queensland, Australia 04 Oct 1999 Harden Park, Blackall, Queensland, Australia 90

Events in Robert MCLEAN's life
Date Age Event Place Notes Src
1860 Birth of daughter Elizabeth Anne MCLEAN Gree, Victoria, Australia Note 1 52
1861 Birth of son Alexander MCLEAN Broadmeadows, Victoria, Australia Note 2 52
02 Aug 1861 Birth of son Angus Alexander MCLEAN Broadmeadows, Victoria, Australia Note 3 52, 55
1864 Birth of son Robert Malcolm MCLEAN Heywood, Victoria, Australia Note 4 52
20 Oct 1891 Death of son Donald Alexander MCLEAN Queensland, Australia Note 5 52
29 Sep 1944 Death of son Angus Alexander MCLEAN (aged 83) Queensland, Australia Note 6 52, 55, 60
Note 1: Reg No 1884/1860 - Robert Mclean and Margaret Campbell
Note 2: Reg No 19667/1861 - Robert McLean and Margaret Campbell
Note 3: Reg No 19667/1861 - Robert McLean and Margaret Campbell
Note 4: Reg No 2842/1864 - Robert McLean and Margaret Campbell
Note 5: Reg No 4216/1891 - Robert McLean and Margaret Campbell
Note 6: Reg No 1944/4239 - Robert McLean and Margaret Campbell

Central Queensland Herald (Rockhampton) 7 June 1945
Probates Granted
McLean, Angus A., Harden Park, Blackall, grazier, September 29, 1944. Alexander R. and Gordon C. McLean, Blackall.
Personality £30,460.

Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton) 6 Oct 1944
Late Mr A. A. McLean
The death occurred at the Black- all District Hospital on September 28, after a short illness, of Mr Angus Alexander McLean, of Harden Park. Mr McLean was born at Broadmeadows, Melbourne, in 1861, and was the son of the late Mr and Mrs Robert McLean, who came from Scotland. Deceased's father in 1881 took up land in the vicinity of Springsure, owning property known as Minerva.

The late Mr McLean was edu-cated In Victoria. He began life as a jackeroo on Hilgay station, in the famous Wannon district. In 1881 he came to Queensland to assist his father and brothers in the working of the property in the Springsure district and remained there until the disposal of Minerva in 1889. He then went to South Australia, where he was employed in the pastoral industry. In 1892 he returned to Queensland and was appointed to the management of Bexley station, in the Longreach district. A year later he accepted the position of overseer on Kensington Downs, and subsequently managed Rainworth, in the Springsure district. In 1899 he was connected with the purchase of Belford station, near Richmond, on the Flinders River. In 1917, after having spent 18 years in the management of Belford, he disposed of his interests in Rainsworth and purchased Harden Park. He introduced rams from South Australia, and was also interested in cattle and bred good quality Shorthorns at Harden Park.

The late Mr McLean for a considerable time was member of the Bauhinia Divisional Board and for a lengthy period was chairman of that body. He was also a member of the Wyangarie Shire Council, North Queensland. During his residence in the Blackall district he was an enthusiastic supporter of the Barcoo Pastoral Society. He is survived by his wife and two sons, Messrs A. R. and G. C. McLean.
Blackall correspondent.
Source References:
52. Type: Australia Birth Marriage Death Index 1787 - 1985 Record
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