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Don and Aileen Theall
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Robert Drysdale d: 11 May 1876

Started this discussion. Last reply by Don and Aileen Theall Dec 14, 2020. 2 Replies

Looking for assistance in researching my wife's Drysdale history. I've been able to go back to Robert Drysdale d: 11 May 1876, m: Christina Marshall 1846 but I am at a road block finding Robert's…Continue


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Don and Aileen Theall commented on William Douglas's blog post April Newsletter - out now!
"Thank you to all those involved with the April 2022 Douglas Archives Newsletter.  The newsletter was very informative and an easy read - always learning something new about the Douglas Clan."
Apr 16
Don and Aileen Theall replied to Don and Aileen Theall's discussion Robert Drysdale d: 11 May 1876
"Hello Russell: Thanks to Scotland's People website I have made some progress since my 2017 post. Robert Drysdale (who married Christina Marshall in Bo'ness on 11 April 1846) was the first child of Robert Drysdale and Katherine (Catherine,…"
Dec 14, 2020
Russell Lynn Drysdale replied to Don and Aileen Theall's discussion Robert Drysdale d: 11 May 1876
"Don  , can you add more information  locations , profession , children's  names , any known siblings  ?"
Dec 13, 2020

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Robert Drysdale d: 11 May 1876 m: Christina Marshall 1846

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