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Linda Marie Drysdale
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  • Portage La Prairie, Manitoba
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"  Linda Marie Drysdale,  In 1672, Culross was separated   and was added to the parish of Tulliallan. according to the passage below from  A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland . Your relative was caught up in the…"
Oct 23
Linda Marie Drysdale replied to Russell Lynn Drysdale's discussion Drysdale Extracts of Tulliallan Parish Marriage Registers by Margaret ODonnell; pages 15-76 in the group Drysdale Archives
"I have a Thomas Fortheringham b.1674-01-04   d.1747-09-10   Married 1698-07-12 Katherine Drysdale b.1671-06-13 Katherine was married and buried at Culross, Perthshire, Scotland, United Kingdom Thomas was born at Perth"
Oct 21

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Drysdale
Denby
Patience
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At 2:42pm on October 23, 2020, Russell Lynn Drysdale said…

 

Linda Marie Drysdale,

 In 1672, Culross was separated   and was added to the parish of Tulliallan. according to the passage below from  A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland .

Your relative was caught up in the changes . the only changes made by me was removal of  non Drysdale  listings 

  CULROSS, a royal burgh and a parish, in the county of Perth, 7 miles (W.) from Dunfermline, and 21 (W. N. W.) from Edinburgh; containing the villages of Blairburn and Lowvalley-field. This place, which is of remote antiquity, derives its name from its situation in a detached portion of the county, forming part of the peninsula of Fifeshire. The town, which is situated on the north shore of the Frith of Forth. The [Culross] parish formerly included the barony of Kincardine, which was separated from it in 1672, and added to the parish of Tulliallan. The church is a portion of the ancient abbey, originally a venerable cruciform structure, with a lofty tower rising from the centre, which, with the choir now appropriated as the parish church, and containing 700 sittings.  

Source : Lewis, Samuel A., A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland -1846 ..
At 2:10pm on January 13, 2015, Russell Lynn Drysdale said…

 Glad to have found you 

 
 
 

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