Catherine Sinclair Snowdon grave monument in Queensferry Municipal Cemetery, South Queensferry, West Lothian, Scotland

Catherine Sinclair Snowdon grave monument: legible names and details

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Catherine Sinclair Snowdon
1905511854first name on monument
John Snowdon
1907531854husband of Catherine Sinclair SnowdonJohn Beveridge Snowdon, joiner, age 52, died February 13th, 1907, from skull fractures due to a falling crane while working on the Firth of Forth (half a mile westward of Du Craig) bridge. Two years earlier, his wife Catherine Sinclair Snowdon, of West Crows Close, Queensferry, daughter of Daniel Sinclair, sawyer and Cecilia Crockett Sinclair, had died of a heart attack following illness on January 4th, 1905. Children were Daniel, Elizabeth Noble, Euphemia, and Helen Snowdon, who migrated from Queensferry in 1910 to Massachusetts, United States via Ellis Island, New York.

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Catherine Sinclair Snowdon and John Snowdon are my great great grandparents. I have been tracing my family back to Great Britain. I have been able to find a lot of information on but would love to have the image of the burial marker. Thank you in advance. - Lois
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They are my great grandparents. Thank you in advance. - Lois McCormick
(requested on 05 01 2012)
This appears to be the gravestone of our my great grandparents who lived in South Queensferry until their early deaths in 1905 and 1907. Their children Daniel, Elizabeth (our grandmother; age 22), Euphemia and Helen (both teenagers), then migrated to the United States in 1910. I made a trip to the area in 2007 but could not locate their graves, which I am thrilled to find. I am a genealogist for the US side of my family, and while I would love to help you in your work, cannot at this time due to the demands of my employment. I am very grateful for all the hard work of your volunteers. Best wishes, Cynthia Whitham, Los Angeles, California.
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I am compiling a genealogical record of my ancestors. John and Catherine Snowdon are my great great grandparents. Thank you for a great website. - Lois, Massachusetts
(requested on 10 03 2015)
This is my great-grandmother.
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These are my great grandparents' graves. I am grand-daughter of Elizabeth Noble Snowden, who migrated to the US in 1910 at age 22. Thank you so very much.
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This is my great-grandfather. thank you for your help.
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these is my great-grandparents. Thank you for your help.
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Location of the above Catherine Sinclair Snowdon monument

Queensferry Municipal Cemetery, South Queensferry, West Lothian, Scotland

Queensferry Municipal Cemetery, South Queensferry
Queensferry Municipal Cemetery

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