I found in the Book of Ulster Surnames (published by The Blackstaff Press Limited, Belfast, Northern Ireland, c. 1988) a history on the name Galbraith and reference that when the Clan was declared broken by James VI, they were also forbidden to use their name, much like the MacGregors, MacFarlanes and Lamonts.
This picture is from about 1890 in Robeson County, North Carolina at the wedding of Charles Peabody Culbreth and Fannie Hilliard (center). His brothers are Joseph Warren Culbreth (left seated in buggy), a sister, Lucy Culbreath is standing near Charles at center, brothers Malcolm and William Kemp Culbreth in foreground, and in far right is a brother John Thomas Culbreath seated in buggy. We are currently housed in Group 13 in the DNA Project.
Todd Andrew Galbreath
Me and my 1930 Ford fruit truck can be seen around the Orlando, Fl area and in local parades. Besides restoring vintage cars I enjoy photography genealogy.
Through DNA testing, David Galbraith and I connected and then met when I traveled to Ireland from the USA. David was gracious enough to be a tour guide and to introduce us to his family. We are still not quite sure where we connect, but that's okay, we know we are FAMILY! What a wonderful trip.