Hi, I was wondering if you are Doug's son, if you are, then he gave me some of the following information, Carol also has a lot of info, I think more than I have.
From Gravestones of Glengarry, Vol. 2, pg 213, #87
MOTHER; Anna Sutherland Wood widow of Solomon Wood and wife of Alexander McLeod, born in New York Nov. 10th 1809 died January 12th 1882. Erected by her sons Solomon S. Curry & John A. McLeod, M.D.
Information from Archie Curry - in 1921 tombstone moved to 2nd con cemetery - my great grandmother
Ann Wood is a sister to Maria who married James Curry
Jul 22 1843
Married by special licence Alexander McLeod of Lancaster, batchelor, and Anne Wood, widow of the late Soloman Curry of the same place. In presence of Donald C. McLeod & George Curry, witnesses - by Thomas McPherson, Minister
Glengarry News, May 2,1902
McLeod A.A. $50,000 a year salary
Worked in the railroad business.
Aug 6, â€˜93 AWF
From the News, May 2, 1902
PROMINENT GLENGARRY PASSES AWAY.
A NATIVE OF GLENGARRY WHO BECAME A RAILWAY KING.
ARCHIBALD A. MCLEOD
Archibald A. McLeod the wealthy financier and railroad man, who had been ill at his home, No. 12 West Fifty First Street, New York, died somewhat unexpectedly at four oâ€™clock Monday afternoon. His wife and seventeen year old son were at his bedside.
Mr. McLeod was born at Curry Hill, Glengarry Co., May 4th, 1844. His father was a Highlander from the old land, his mother was a Miss wood daughter of Alexander Wood, of Glasgow, Scotland. Miss Wood first married Solomon Curry, who was a sergeant in the rebellion of 1837 - 38 and after his death she married Mr. McLeod. The children are Joseph A. Curry, living on the homestead at Curry Hill, Mrs. A. Ross, Ironwood, Mich., A. A. McLeod (deceased) Solomon Curry, Ironwood, Mich., Dr. J. McLeod, Milwaukee, an Mrs. [Dr.] Norton of California. A.A. McLeod started life as a farmer, but found farming too irksome and left home when 20 years old.
He worked in several minor positions in the Central and Western States until he became identified with Mr. Austin Corbin. From that time his rise was rapid till ultimately when only 44 years of age he succeeded Mr. Corbin as president of the Reading Railway, being known as the boy president. His salary was $50,000 a year.
This is the information I have on the rest their children -
-John Alex McLeod born Nov. 11, 1853 married Isabelle Prime, they have 4 children
-Alex Henry born Jun 18, 1846
-Henretta McLeod born July 19, 1850 married John Horton of San Luis Obespie? Ca.
- Isabella Anna McLeod born Mar. 22, 1848 married John Howson they have 4 or 5 children
Hope this helps