Archibald P. Scobie

M, (January 1837 - 8 April 1907)
Father-Biological*John Scobie1
Family Lines
Scully Line
Last Edited=15 May 2023
Gravestone of Arch P. and Mary Scobie
     Archibald P. Scobie was born in January 1837 at Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland.1,2,3,4 He was the son of John Scobie.1 Archibald P. Scobie went by the nick-name of Archie. He declared his intention to become a US citizen on 15 October 1856 at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.5

Archibald P. Scobie, age 25, married Mary Robinson, age 24 , daughter of William Robinson and Rose K. Trent, on 27 April 1862.3,4,6 Archibald P. Scobie immigrated before 1870 to the United States.7 Archibald, age 33 years, and Mary, age 32 years, appeared on the US Census of 1870 at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.7 According to the Federal Census in 1870, Archibald was a drayman.7 In 1873, he lived at 20 Water Street, Pittsburgh according to the 1873 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, City Directory. He worked in a saloon.8 Archibald, age 43 years, and Mary, age 42 years, appeared on the US Census of 1880 at Chartiers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.9 According to the Federal Census in 1880, Archibald was a laborer.9 He, age 63 years, appeared as head of household on the census of 1900 at 1524 Rives Avenue, Esplen, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.7 According to the Federal Census in 1900, Archibald was a day laborer.7 He died on 8 April 1907 at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at age 70 from a fracture at the base of the skull due to falling from wall, probably accidently.1,2,4,6 He was buried on 11 April 1907 at Saint Mary Catholic Cemetery, Lawrenceville, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in section W, lot 387, space 2.1,2,4,6

Children of Archibald P. Scobie and Mary Robinson


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