Delaware County Sites II



Thomas McClaughry (3.4)
North Kortright Cemetary. Also called the Stone House Cemetary. Thomas was a farmer, a minuteman, a patriot spy, and an elder of the church. It is Thomas' memiors that paints the colorful protrait of life in early U.S.A.
Source: John Culligan collection.
Thomas McClaughry (3.4)




Braehead Cemetary-John Reid McClaughry's (4.24) grave Braehead Cemetary.
Also called Old Cemetary. The stone standing by the tree is John Reid McClaughry's wife, Margery Rose (1781-1853). Margery's inscription has all but disappeared. John's Gravestone is broken and on the ground to the right of Margery's grave.
Source: John Culligan collection.



See photo below to view John's grave marker.




John Reid McLaury(4.24) (1778-1864)
Son of Thomas (3.4). Father to Robert Houston Mclaury (5.169). John was a lawyer by trade.
Source: John Culligan collection.
John Reid McLaury (4.24)




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