|Father||Date of Birth||Mother||Date of Birth|
|SHOOBRIDGE, William Ebenezer||07 JAN 1846||MATHER, Ann Benson||05 FEB 1845|
|Partner||Date of Birth||Children|
|CLEMES, Isabella Mary||26 NOV 1873||SHOOBRIDGE, Margaret Ann |
SHOOBRIDGE, David William
|Birth||03 FEB 1876||'Valleyfield', New Norfolk, Tasmania, Australia|
|Marriage||27 APR 1910||Friends' Meeting House, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia|
|Place of Residence||1914||Bushy Park, Tasmania, Australia|
|Place of Residence||1919||Bushy Park, Tasmania, Australia|
|Religion||Methodist- a leader and lay preacher|
|Death||09 MAY 1942||Hobart Tasmania Australia||SHOOBRIDGE-On Saturday, May 9 1942. at Hobart, Marcus Robert, thirdson of the late W. E. and A. B. Shoobridge, aged 66 years, husband ofthe late Mary Shoobridge.|
|Cremation||11 MAY 1942||Cornelian Bay Cemetery, Cornelian Bay, Tasmania, Australia||Ashes at Friends Area. Section B. Site 27. A TAMIOT entry that M RShoobridge was originally buried at Quakers Park in West Hobart isincorrect.|
|Burial||11 MAY 1942||Cremation||SHOOBRIDGE.-Funeral of the late Mr Marcus Robert Shoobridge, of 31,Church Street, will arrive at Crema- torium Chapel, Cornelian Bay, onMonday (This Day), at 2.45 p.m.|
|Physical Description||HOP KILN ACCIDENT. Mr. Marcus Shoobridge, of Bushy-park, met with apainful accident on Friday through getting his arm caught in somemachinery of a hop kiln, a piece of bone being taken off at the elbow, 1912, Hop Kiln Accident|
PIONEER FAMILY MEMBER Mr. M. R. Shoobridge
Mr. Marcus Robert Shoobridge died suddenly at Hobart onSaturday at the age of 66 years. The third son of the lateMr. and Mrs. W. E. Shoobridge, he was born in the DerwentValley, and educated at The Friends' School, Hobart. For anumber of years he was engaged in the engineering trade inLaunceston and Melbourne. He visited the United Stales, wherehe was employed in dismantling the first hop-picking machine,which was brought to Tasmania and erected at Coniston, Mr. K.L. Shoobridge's property at Glenora.
Mr. Shoobridge spent some years as marine engineer withCurrie and Co. line of steamers. He served throughout theFirst World War. In later life he was engaged in the motorand oxy welding business. He was a keen member of theMasonic Lodge.
Mr. Shoobridge married Miss I. M. Clemes, who predeceasedhim. There are two children. Miss Margaret Shoobridge, dietitianat the Royal Hobart Hospital, and Mr. David Shoobridge, anofficer in the Forestry Department at Canberra.
At a service In the Swan St. Methodist Church last nightreference was made to the death of Mr. Shoobridge, who wasa member and leader of the church, as well as a laypreacher.
The funeral will arrive at the Crematorium Chapel. CornelianBay, at 2.45 p.m. today