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My daughter's 3rd great grandfather, John L. Drysdale, b. 1796 in the Galloway region of Scotland. Died 1922 at age 126 in Nicholas County, West Virginia, USA.

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Comment by Russell Lynn Drysdale on March 6, 2019 at 0:25
Comment by Russell Lynn Drysdale on October 8, 2018 at 11:50
 To his Grace Her Majesties High Com|missioner, and the Right Honourable the Estates of Parliament; The humble Ad|dress of the Magistrates, Town Council, Burgesses and Inhabitants of the Burgh of New-Galloway. WE the Magistrates, Town-Council, Burgesses and Inhabitants of the said Burgh of New-Galloway Ʋnder-subscribing, having seen the Articles of the Union agreed upon by the Commissioners, Nominate in the behalf of the Kingdom of Scotland: And the Com|missioners Nominate in the behalf of the Kingdom of England, in which they have agreed: That Scotland and England be Ʋnited in one Kingdom, and that the United Kingdom be Represented by one     Page 28

Comment by Russell Lynn Drysdale on October 8, 2018 at 11:44

and the same Parliament. And Sceing, it does evidently appear to Us, That such an Incorporating Ʋnion, as is contained in the saids Arti|cles, is contrair to the Honour, Fundamental Laws, Constitution of this Kingdom, and Claim of Right, by which Our Liberty, and Presby|terian Government in the Church are Secured: And also contrair to the Birth-Right of the Peers; And Rights and Privileges of the Barons, Free Holders and Burghs of the Kingdom; And that the same is Destructive to the True Interest of the Nation. Therefore we humbly beseech your Grace and Honourable Estates, And do confidently expect, that ye will not allow of any such Incorpo|rating Ʋnion, But that ye will support and preserve the Sovereignty and Independency of this Independent Kingdom, and the Rights and Privileges of Parliament, which has been so valianily main|tained by our Heroick Ancestors, for the space of near Two thou|sand Years: That the samen be transmitted to succeeding Gene|rations as it has been conveyed to Ʋs; For we are resolved to De|fend and Support our Crown and Independent Sovereignty, with our Lives and Fortunes, conform to the established Laws of this Nation.

Comment by anne marie benoit on February 27, 2013 at 20:57

Pictures don't lie, people often resemble each other if they are related. It is good to look at this man. My dad Gilbert and his brother Edmond have similar features to this John Drysdale, especially my uncle Edmond from Alderwood. I will try to post their pictures soon. Thank You

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