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Connell, Corwin C.
Connell, Corwin C.
January 4, 1930 - February 27, 2008 
Located     
McLemore, Louisa (Mrs. John Waddle)
McLemore, Louisa (Mrs. John Waddle)
 
Located    Louisa McLemore (d. 23 Dec 1910)
 
Rob Roy MacGregor's Grave
Rob Roy MacGregor's Grave
Elliott and Peggy McGrew took this photo while visiting the grave of Rob Roy McGregor, Balquhidder, near the head of Balquidder Glen, overlooking Loch Voil, Scotland. The folk hero and Robin Hood of the highlands, Rob Roy MacGregor lived most of his life in the Breadalbane area of the Trossachs. He was born near Loch Katrine, in 1671 and died in Balquhidder Glen in 1734. He became a legend during his own lifetime when his fictional biography was published by Daniel Defoe. The story was later embellished in the novel Rob Roy by Sir Walter Scott, in the 19th century. Rob Roy became an outlaw when a dispute over money and cattle led him into a life of banditry and cattle rustling aimed at local landlords and nobility. Eventually, having taken up the Jacobite cause, supporting the Stewarts against the English Crown, the label of treason - and a price - was put on his head. Despite all this, Defoe's book, Highland Rogue, led to a Royal Pardon in 1726. Rob Roy spent the rest of his days in the tiny hamlet of Balquhidder. He died of old age and is buried among MacLarens and MacGregors in the graveyard of the Old Kirk. The McGrew's are thought to be a sept of Clan MacGregor.  
    Family: Charles Elliott McGrew/Living (F10557)
 
Schopf, John Jacob
Schopf, John Jacob
 
Located    John Jacob Schopf (d. 31 Jul 2005)
 
Striffler, David
Striffler, David
Memorial Marker erected by the Lancaster Benevolent Association of which he was the First President 
    David Striffler (d. 30 Dec 1872)
 
Striffler, Jacob Anton
Striffler, Jacob Anton
Jacob Striffler von Kirberg Department Rhein Frankreich Geb. Oct. 20, 1779 Died March 3, 1850  
    Jacob Anton Striffler (d. 3 Mar 1850)