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Re: Philadelphia Drain's
Posted by: Daniel Willis (ID *****1606) Date: April 27, 2009 at 17:31:41
In Reply to: Re: Philadelphia Drain's by Christa Trego of 572

While tracking down some distant cousins, I did stumble across a reference to a grave of a Drain from Scotland. He came to this country in the 1830's I think it said. He was from Argylshire. His name was Daniel Samuel Drain and he was born 1810. He appears to have had a brother named Thomas, born 1808.

They are buried in Washington County, Ohio and you can find their graves through www.findagrave.com there are several other family members buried in the area as well.

Hope this helps!
Dan Willis


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