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Catherine Holden Todd Dryburgh

Catherine Holden Todd Dryburgh

Catherine Holden Todd was born 12 April 1838 in Dysart Parish, Fife, Scotland, the second of four daughters to Alexander 'Sandy' Todd, a linen weaver, and Margaret Melville.

She was married in Dysart Parish on 4 January 1858 to Walter Dryburgh, a coal miner of Wemyss Parish, and immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1869 aboard the S.S. Columbia with her husband and five children.

Submitted by Stephen Dryburgh, great great grandson

The Dryburgh family settled in Allegheny County, and raised an additional six children born in America. Catherine passed away 22 Dec 1926, and is buried in Churchill Cemetery in Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania. The date of the photo is unknown.

C. W. Snedden and Lloyd Snedden

C. W. Snedden and Lloyd Snedden

C. W. Snedden on the tractor with his brother, Lloyd next to the tractor, both sons of Henry Snedden.

Photo taken in the Ogden, IA and Boone, IA area. Henry Snedden farmed south of Ogden, IA. He was originally from Scotland.

Submitted by Steve Snedden, grandson of Henry Snedden and son of C. W. Snedden

D A R Marker of James Maclachlan

 D A R Marker of James Maclachlan

Marker of James Maclachlan at Bethel Presbyterian Wayne Twp church yard. Grave unknown.

Agnes McLaren (left) and unknown woman

Agnes McLaren (left) and unknown woman

Agnes McCualsky McLaren (left), of Campbeltown, Scotland and an unknown woman.

Edward McCualsky

Edward McCualsky

Thought to be Edward McCualsky, (1817-1874), born and resided in Campbeltown, Argyll, Scotland. Married to Agnes Hall.

Alexander and Elizabeth Galbraith

Alexander and Elizabeth Galbraith

Alexander Galbraith and his wife, Elizabeth (McCualsky) Galbraith, both born in Argyllshire, Scotland. Resided in Washington Co., OH.

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