Charles McClay

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     Charles McClay married Rebecca Ellen Cowan.

Child of Charles McClay and Rebecca Ellen Cowan

Ida Laura McClay

F, b. 19 May 1866, d. 24 January 1916
     Ida Laura McClay was born on 19 May 1866 at Cowansville, Armstrong Co., PA. She was the daughter of Charles McClay and Rebecca Ellen Cowan. Ida Laura McClay married John A. Myers, son of John R. Myers and Mary Jane Johnson, on 20 January 1886 at Coopersville, Pike Co., OH. Ida Laura McClay died on 24 January 1916 at Cowansville, Armstrong Co., PA, at age 49.

Children of Ida Laura McClay and John A. Myers

Audrey Mae McCleary

F, b. 2 April 1917, d. 24 September 2002
     Audrey Mae McCleary was born on 2 April 1917. She married Irvin Earl Wineberg, son of Irvin Earl Wineberg and Clara Belle Triem, on 26 March 1938 at Yuma, Yuma Co., AZ. Audrey Mae McCleary died on 24 September 2002 at West Covina, Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 85.

Margaret Ellen McCleary

F, b. 11 November 1841, d. 20 February 1922
      Margaret Ellen McCleary was also known as "Ella". She was born on 11 November 1841 at Russell Co., VA. She was the daughter of Thomas McCleary and Barbara B. See. Margaret Ellen McCleary was Joined Methodist Church 1863. She married Frederick DaVault, son of Peter DaVault and Mary Virginia Hoss, on 8 January 1863 at Montgomery Co., MO; 50th Wedding Anniversary Article:

Golden Wedding
A kind providence occasionally, not often, permits the blessing of husband and wife celebrating a half century of wedded life. Such came to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davault when with near 100 guests assembled in their pleasant home in Davault addition Wednesday, Jan. 8th, 1913, they celebrated the golden wedding in gladness, feasting and thankfulness.
January 8, 1863 was rather a rainy day, in the farm residence near Montgomery City upon which now lives Solon Brandt, Mr. Davault and Miss Ellen McCleary were united for weal or woe under the ministration of Rev. George Smith. Jos. McCleary and Miss Sharp, Charlie See and another Miss Sharp, waited upon the couple during the ceremony. One hundred and fifty guests were present to partake in the joy of that occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Davault settled on a part of his father's farm just at the southern edge of town and have been part and parcel of this community this half century. Five boys have added to the noise of their home, now all men and occupying responsible places in the commercial affairs of a busy world. Emmett, Edward and Bruce engaged in business in Tulsa, Oklahoma were not able to attend the celebration Wednesday evening. Wednesday evening, January 8th 1913, the guests assembled with Mr. and Mrs. Davault between six and seven o'clock. A few minutes before dinner was announced, Mr. Davault attired in the conventional black with white tie and Mrs. Davault arrayed in Chiffon over white silk, entered the parlor and took their place under a large bell swinging from an arch of Holly. Rev. W. G. Rigg to the surprise of Mr. and Mrs. Davault rendered the following humorous ceremony.

"Dearly Beloved, we are gathered in the presence of these witnesses because of the hasty and inconsiderate conduct of these two persons present half a century ago. And I abjure you both if you know any reason why you should continue to follow the same line of life, that you forever hold your peace thereabout. And I further urge that if any one present knows any reason why these two persons shall continue to live as man and wife that they keep it secret on penalty of singleblessedness the remainder of their respective lives. And I require and charge you both as you shall stand before the awful throne of judgement, if either knows anything about the other that you tell it and that right quickly. Frederick, do you promise this present that you will allow this woman to support you and in manly courage treat her half as well as you do the washerwoman and on an equal footing with the cook? And will you faithfully stick to your promise for fully a week? Ellen, do you promise to continue to boss this man as you have done for the past threescore years, and under all circumstances take his part especially when it's something that he likes? Will you keep him as thin and as timid as we now see him by casting pleasant smiles and glances to the grocery boy and other stranger as may chance to pass this way? As much as Frederick and Ellen have both refused our serious ministrations in their behalf, I now pronounce them incorrigibles together, and turn them over to the tender mercies of their many friends."

Mr. and Mrs. Davault led the way to the tastily decorated dining room where dinner was served, including everything from turkey and oysters down to ice cream and cake. Mr. and Mrs. Davault never seemed happier and the fifty years passed showed no signs upon their activity and entertaining qualities. May their married life continue unbroken for the years to come and the joy and happiness of the home with children and children's children, increase as the years go by. Mr. Alf Davault was the only person present in 1863 to witness the first marriage that witnessed this one of 1913. The out of town guests included Harvey Marmaduke and wife, Carbondale, Ill., Willaim Davault and wife, Williamsburg, C. A. Davault and wife, Farber; J. B. DeVault and wife, Martinsburg; Chas A. Bast and wife, Mexico, George Bast Mexico.
Many nice presents were left with Mr. and Mrs. Davault as tokens of love and friendship.

Margaret Ellen McCleary died on 20 February 1922 at Williamsburg, Callaway Co., MO, at age 80; OBITUARY:

MRS. FRED DAVAULT

Died Monday at the Home of Her Son in Callaway

Margaret Ellen Davault, daughter of Thomas and Barbara B. MCleary was born in Russell Co., Va., on the 11th day of November 1841, and died February 20, 1922 at the home of her son William F. Davault in Callaway County where she and her husband were making their home since last September.

In 1842 her parents came from Virginia to Montgomery County, and settled near where Montgomery City now stands. January 3, 1863 she was married to Frederick Davault and to this union six children were born: Emmet C. of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Edwin L. of Riverside, California, Bruce T. of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Wm. F. of Williamsburg, Mo., Chas. A. who recently died in Oklahoma City, Okla. and a little daughter, Mary Emma, who died at the age of 3 years. In the year 1863 she and her husband joined the M. E. Church SOuth of this place and she has ever lived a sincere, earnest christian life. Mrs. Davault has been in very poor health for several years and since going to her son's home she has been perfectly helpless and a great sufferer. She had every care and attention that loving hands and medical skill could give her but nothing could stay the grim monster death that at last took from her dear companion a faithful and devoted wife.

Funeral services were held at the Methodist church at this place, Tuesday afternoon conducted by her former pastor Rev. W. C. Russell of bellflower assisted by the local pastor and the body laid to rest in New Florence cemetery.

She died at seven o'clock Monday morning. Just with the awakening of a new day she went to sleep like a tired child. Mrs. Davault was an everyday christian. The beautiful influence of a pure religion were spread over a life and character as spotless and charming as was ever possessed by any of the noble women who have lived and died during the ages that are gone. Rev. Russell spoke touchingly of her life, of the smile that was ever on her face and how such a life had been a blessing and benefaction to all within the sphere of its influence and that such a death was a public misfortune, as well as an uncomparable loss to the home circle. No one was more willing to aid the suffering, cheer the despondent, sustain the weak than this noble lady.

The floral offerings were profuse.

Mrs. Davault lived here from the time of her marriage to Fred Davault and was loved by all with whom she came in contact.

The Leader joins with other friends extending sincere sympathy to the aged husband and children, only one of whom was able to be present at the funeral.

Gave a home to Newland DeVault's grandmother's motherless niece, Ella McCleary.

She was buried in February 1922 at New Florence Cemetery, New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO.

Children of Margaret Ellen McCleary and Frederick DaVault

Thomas McCleary

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     Thomas McCleary married Barbara B. See.

Child of Thomas McCleary and Barbara B. See

Jane McCleery

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     Jane McCleery married David Brumfield, son of Solomon Brumfield and Sarah Evans, circa 1817.

Catherine McClees

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     Catherine McClees married Jesse T. Jackson.

Child of Catherine McClees and Jesse T. Jackson

Clara McClees1

F, b. July 1878
     Clara McClees was born in July 1878 at Elm Grove Twp., Tazewell Co., IL.1,2 She was the daughter of Richard James McClees and Rachel Berry.1 Clara McClees married John Howard Gentry, son of Biddy Cox, on 10 August 1898 at Colo, Story Co., IA.

Child of Clara McClees and John Howard Gentry

Citations

  1. [S183] 1880 Federal Census, Tazewell County, Illinois. Microfilm, NARA Series T9, Roll 253/254, FHL #1254253.
  2. [S1036] 1900 Federal Census, Story County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 460.

George McClees1

M, b. circa 1837
     George McClees was born circa 1837 at Illinois.1 He married Sarah Eliza Nelson on 11 June 1863 at Tazewell Co., IL.1

Child of George McClees and Sarah Eliza Nelson

Citations

  1. [S435] 1870 Federal Census, McLean County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 259; FHL #545757.

Harold McClees1

M, b. circa 1922
     Harold McClees was born circa 1922 at Stanton Co. (probably), NE.1 He was the son of John McClees and Ethel (?).1

Citations

  1. [S1037] 1930 Federal Census, Stanton County, Nebraska. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1294.

Ida May McClees1

F, b. May 1868, d. 29 February 1916
     Ida May McClees was born in May 1868 at Tazewell or McClean Co., IL.1,2 She was the daughter of George McClees and Sarah Eliza Nelson.1 Ida May McClees married James William Larimore, son of John Wesley Larimore and Catherine Jackson, on 24 November 1889 at Tazewell Co., IL. Cause of death: on 29 February 1916 Tuberculosis. Ida May McClees died on 29 February 1916 at age 47. She was buried in March 1916 at Lakeside Cemetery, Pekin, Tazewell Co., IL.

Children of Ida May McClees and James William Larimore

Citations

  1. [S435] 1870 Federal Census, McLean County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 259; FHL #545757.
  2. [S283] 1900 Federal Census, Tazewell County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Film 347; FHL #1240347.

John McClees1

M, b. July 1898
     John McClees was born in July 1898 at Story Co. (probably), IA.1 He was the son of Richard James McClees and Rachel Berry.1 John McClees married Ethel (?) circa 1921.2

Child of John McClees and Ethel (?)

Citations

  1. [S1036] 1900 Federal Census, Story County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 460.
  2. [S1037] 1930 Federal Census, Stanton County, Nebraska. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1294.

John Milton McClees

M, b. 1808, d. 1839
     John Milton McClees was born in 1808 at Kentucky; per Mary's census information. He married Mary Price, daughter of John George Price and Jane Hussey, on 27 November 1834 at Tazewell Co., IL. John Milton McClees died in 1839.

Child of John Milton McClees and Mary Price

Mary Ann McClees

F, b. 12 April 1839, d. 27 August 1931
     Mary Ann McClees was born on 12 April 1839 at Tazewell Co., IL. She was the daughter of John Milton McClees and Mary Price. Mary Ann McClees married Thomas Hawkins, son of Joseph Hawkins and Sarah Larimore, on 11 October 1857 at Tazewell Co., IL.
Note: Came to Centerburg, Knox County, Ohio from Tazewell County, IL. Mary Ann McClees died on 27 August 1931 at Centerburg, Knox Co., OH, at age 92.

Children of Mary Ann McClees and Thomas Hawkins

Mary E. McClees1

F, b. November 1874
     Mary E. McClees was born in November 1874 at Elm Grove Twp., Tazewell Co., IL.1,2 She was the daughter of Richard James McClees and Rachel Berry.1 Mary E. McClees married Smith C. Brown, son of Levi Willis Brown and Louisa Fancher, on 23 April 1890 at Nevada, Story Co., IA.

Children of Mary E. McClees and Smith C. Brown

Citations

  1. [S183] 1880 Federal Census, Tazewell County, Illinois. Microfilm, NARA Series T9, Roll 253/254, FHL #1254253.
  2. [S1036] 1900 Federal Census, Story County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 460.

Phoebe Jane McClees1

F, b. 2 April 1882, d. 28 January 1974
     Phoebe Jane McClees was born on 2 April 1882 at Butler Co., NE.1 She was the daughter of Richard James McClees and Rachel Berry.1 Phoebe Jane McClees married Jess E. McWherter, son of Aaron William McWherter and Martha McQuiston, on 25 August 1900 at Nevada, Story Co., IA. Phoebe Jane McClees died on 28 January 1974 at Story Co., IA, at age 91.

Children of Phoebe Jane McClees and Jess E. McWherter

Citations

  1. [S1036] 1900 Federal Census, Story County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 460.
  2. [S1038] 1910 Federal Census, Story County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 424.

Richard James McClees

M, b. May 1847
     Richard James McClees was born in May 1847 at Iowa; A Richard McClees, age 6, is found in the 1850 census, Van Buren County, Iowa, son of Alexander McClees, born about 1804 in Kentucky. Cannot find any other Richard McClees in the 1850 census of Iowa or Illinois that would match.1,2 He married Rachel Berry, daughter of Isaac M. Berry and Elmyra Stockton, on 14 December 1873 at Tazewell Co., IL; Nine children born, five living as of 1900 census.2

Children of Richard James McClees and Rachel Berry

Citations

  1. [S183] 1880 Federal Census, Tazewell County, Illinois. Microfilm, NARA Series T9, Roll 253/254, FHL #1254253.
  2. [S1036] 1900 Federal Census, Story County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 460.

Richard James McClees1

M, b. August 1886
     Richard James McClees was born in August 1886 at Butler Co. (probably), NE.1 He was the son of Richard James McClees and Rachel Berry.1 Richard James McClees married Katie McQuiston, daughter of John Wesley McQuiston and Clema Welliver, on 4 November 1903 at Nevada, Story Co., IA.

Citations

  1. [S1036] 1900 Federal Census, Story County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 460.

Dora Lincoln McClellan

F, b. 25 September 1866, d. 21 February 1943
     Dora Lincoln McClellan was born on 25 September 1866 at Indiana. She was the daughter of William Christopher McClellan and Sarah Ellen Chaney. Dora Lincoln McClellan married Samuel Oscar Payne, son of Jeremiah Lewis Payne and Catherine Mull, on 12 August 1886 at Washington Co., IN. Dora Lincoln McClellan died on 21 February 1943 at Franklin Twp., Washington Co., IN, at age 76. She was buried in February 1943 at Conway Cemetery, Franklin Twp., Washington Co., IN.

Children of Dora Lincoln McClellan and Samuel Oscar Payne

Dorothy Jean McClellan1

F, b. 14 September 1916
     Dorothy Jean McClellan was born on 14 September 1916 at Waynesboro, Franklin Co., PA.1 She was the daughter of John McClellan and Margaret Adams.1

Citations

  1. [S83] Price Genealogy, 619.

Emmert McClellan1

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     Emmert McClellan married Mary Kunkle.1

Child of Emmert McClellan and Mary Kunkle

Citations

  1. [S83] Price Genealogy, 619.

Frances Maud McClellan

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     Frances Maud McClellan married John Benjamin Matthews.

Child of Frances Maud McClellan and John Benjamin Matthews

John McClellan1

M, b. 3 May 1896
     Occupation: Linotype operator at Waynesboro, Franklin Co., PA.1 John McClellan was Lutheran.1 He was born on 3 May 1896.1 He was the son of Emmert McClellan and Mary Kunkle.1 John McClellan married Margaret Adams, daughter of William G. Adams and Annie Heney, circa 1915; Ceremony by Rev. Dr. F. F. Balmer.1 John McClellan lived in 1926 at 327 West Second Street, Waynesboro, Franklin Co., PA.1

Child of John McClellan and Margaret Adams

Citations

  1. [S83] Price Genealogy, 619.

Mary Eleanor McClellan

F, b. 1 November 1851, d. 7 April 1910
     Mary Eleanor McClellan was born on 1 November 1851 at Sullivan Co., TN.1 She was the daughter of William McClellan and Hannah Bachmann. Mary Eleanor McClellan married John Augustus DeVault, son of David DeVault and Mariah Cox, on 8 December 1880. Mary Eleanor McClellan died on 7 April 1910 at Greene Co., TN, at age 58. She was buried in April 1910 at River Hill United Methodist Church Cemetery, Greeneville, Greene Co., TN.

Children of Mary Eleanor McClellan and John Augustus DeVault

Citations

  1. [S1252] 1900 Federal Census, Greene County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1573.

Nancy McClellan1

F, b. 16 August 1798
     Nancy McClellan was born on 16 August 1798 at Adams Co., PA.1 She married George Hersh on 1 August 1816 at Adams Co., PA.

Child of Nancy McClellan and George Hersh

Citations

  1. [S1152] 1860 Federal Census, Adams County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1057, FHL #805057.

William McClellan

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     William McClellan married Hannah Bachmann.

Child of William McClellan and Hannah Bachmann

William Christopher McClellan

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     William Christopher McClellan married Sarah Ellen Chaney on 23 December 1865 at Washington Co., IN.

Child of William Christopher McClellan and Sarah Ellen Chaney

Carl C. McClintic

M, b. 28 March 1905, d. 10 May 1991
     Carl C. McClintic was born on 28 March 1905 at Kansas. He was the son of George McClintic and Dora Boling. Carl C. McClintic married Ethel Lorraine (?) circa 1927. Carl C. McClintic died on 10 May 1991 at Johnson Co. (probably), KS, at age 86; dates per SSDI, last residence Shawnee Mission.

Child of Carl C. McClintic and Ethel Lorraine (?)

Charles David McClintic

M, b. 21 June 1935, d. 25 February 2007
     Charles David McClintic was born on 21 June 1935 at Ottawa Co. (probably), OK. He was the son of William Harold McClintic and Viola Judy Mathis. Charles David McClintic died on 25 February 2007 at Hutchinson, Reno Co., KS, at age 71.

Esther McClintic

F, b. 3 October 1917
      Esther McClintic was also known as "Hetty". She was born on 3 October 1917 at Arkansas. She was the daughter of George McClintic and Dora Boling. Esther McClintic married Elda Andrew Carroll, son of Charles Andrew Carroll and Fannie Ellen Keith, before 29 April 1940. Esther McClintic died at Milan, Cibola Co., NM.

Child of Esther McClintic and Elda Andrew Carroll