For a while Monty worked in Glasgow but he left to work for Simon & Co in Jamaica as a merchant.
'Coffee Cultivation in Jamaica 1898-1899' shows H M C Cobbold as the owner of the Newton Estate in St Andrew. The size of the estate is not known but it would not have been listed if it was less than 50 acres.
|1861||Death of mother Louisa Ann POCOCK|
|1886||Married Charlotte Maud Ashby WATSON-DAVIS in Halfway Tree Church, Kingston, Jamaica, by the Rev H H Isaacs assisted by the Rev G W Downer, Rector of Kingston, Jamaica.|
|1887||Birth of daughter May Chevallier COBBOLD|
|1889||Birth of daughter Frances Louisa Chevallier COBBOLD|
|1890||Birth of daughter Maud Chevallier COBBOLD|
|1893||Birth of daughter Violet Chevallier COBBOLD|
|1895||Birth of son Felix Rudolph Chevallier COBBOLD|
|1900||Death of wife Charlotte Maud Ashby WATSON-DAVIS|
|1902||Death of father Henry Chevallier COBBOLD|
|1903||Married Isabel Maud Mary FALCON in St Mary's, Cadogan St, Chelsea, London|
|1903||Birth of son Gordon Chevallier COBBOLD|
|1905||Birth of son Maitland (Mac) Chevallier COBBOLD|