Descendants of James McClellan

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  JAMES3 MCCLELLAN  (SAMUEL2, ROBERT1)1 was born 18 Jul 1760 in Sadsbury Twp., Chester Co., PA, and died 07 Dec 1849 in Center Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio.  He married HANNAH WITHEROW.  She was born 1764 in West Caln Twp., Chester Co., PA, and died 08 Aug 1822 in Center Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio.

 

Notes for JAMES MCCLELLAN:

NOTES from Richard Lewis (descendant of Samuel T. McClellan):

 

According to James' petition for a pension for his Revolutionary War service made on 15 October 1832 before the Columbiana Co. OH Court of Common Pleas he was born on 18 July 1760 in Chester Co. PA.

 

In June of 1776 when the Chester County Militia was called to active duty he was pressed into service as a sixteen year old substitute for his father. During General Washington's campaign to defend New York City James was attached to the mobile reserve or "Flying Camp" located at Perth Amboy N.J. He states in his petition that he heard the cannon firing during the Battle of Long Island, but he was not engaged in any of the fighting. As a result of Washington's defeat and retreat into New Jersey the camp at Perth Amboy was evacuated in a mad dash to avoid capture by the British and James' first period of active service apparently ended. In December of 1776 the Chester Co. militia was once again called to the colors to support General Washington's desperate attack across the Delaware River on Christmas Day. Whether James was attached to General Putnam's command in Phildelphia or with General James Ewings militia units, he did not get across the Delaware River to help defeat the Hessian troops in Trenton nor in the subsequent fighting at Princeton. However, James seems to have acted in a supporting unit  role since in his petition it states "he marched from Chester Co. to Phildelphia, from Phildelphia to Trenton and Princeton, and there he was discharged". Immediately after the Battle of Princeton General Washington went into winter camp at Morristown N.J. and sent the militia home to ease his supply problems.

 

The petition also states that following his service in the Revolutionary War James lived in Chester Co. and Washington Co. PA and Columbiana Co. OH. It would appear that James first moved to Mifflin Township in Washington Co. PA some time before 1790. A James McLeland and a James McLeland Jr. are recorded there on the 1790 census. James again moved west to Ohio settleing, according to an entry on page 103 of the 1879 History of Columbiana County (Ensign & Co. Phildelphia) on the Southeast quarter of section 32, township 14 (Center Township, Columbiana Co.) of range 3, in 1814. The fact that James' land patent issued at the Steubenville Ohio land office on 07 March 1818 when he completed his full payment for his land records him as a former resident of Alleghany (sic) Co. Pennsylvania in a way confirms his previous address in Mifflin Township. In 1789 Mifflin Twp was lopped off Washington Co. to form part of Allegheny Co.

 

James is mentioned in his father's 1803 will as receiving L20 with the mention that "Which together with that what he has heretofore had in full of his share of my Estate".

 

The membership lisitng of the First Presbyterian Church of Lisbon Ohio records James, Hannah and Mary McClellan as joining that religious body on 18 September 1814.

 

James' will dated 23 May 1840 which is recorded on page 261 of the Columbiana Co. Special Court records for 1849 lists his eldest son Samuel, 2nd son William, eldest daughter Mary Ann, Mrs Mary Bradinstine widow of my 3rd son Robert, second daughter Rebecca, Mrs Dolly McCellan widow of 4th son James, fifth son John and my youngest daughters Mrs Ann Young and Elizabeth Beer.

 

Hannah's tombstone is a four sided pillar located in row 21 of the Bethesda Church Cemetery near Millport Ohio. This stone identifies Hannah as James' wife and gives her date of death as 14 May 1822. James' name is not inscribed on the stone.

 

There remains near the original farm a now, unused, small covered bridge known officially to the State of Ohio as "McClellan Bridge".

       

Children of JAMES MCCLELLAN and HANNAH WITHEROW are:

2.                i.    SAMUEL4 MCCLELLAN, b. 12 Nov 1784, Sadsbury Twp., Chester Co., PA; d. 16 Nov 1869, Hanover Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio.

                  ii.    THOMAS MCCLELLAN, b. 1804, Washington Co., Pennsylvania.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  SAMUEL4 MCCLELLAN (JAMES3, SAMUEL2, ROBERT1)2,3 was born 12 Nov 1784 in Sadsbury Twp., Chester Co., PA, and died 16 Nov 1869 in Hanover Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio.  He married (1) JANE (JOANNA) GAULT.  She was born Abt. 1785 in Pennsylvania, and died Abt. 1826 in Wayne Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio.  He married (2) MARY ROACH 23 May 1826 in Columbiana Co., OH4.  She was born Abt. 1790 in Pennsylvania, and died Aft. 1869 in Columbiana Co., Ohio.

       

Children of SAMUEL MCCLELLAN and JANE GAULT are:

                   i.    HANNAH5 MCCLELLAN, b. 22 Jan 1808, St. Clair Twp., Allegheny Co., PA; d. 23 May 1884, Elkrun, Columbiana Co., Ohio; m. WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, 27 Dec 1867, Columbiana Co., OH; b. 28 Dec 1806; d. 26 Apr 1880, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

                  ii.    JAMES MCCLELLAN, b. Abt. 1809, St. Clair Twp., Allegheny Co., PA.

3.              iii.    WILLIAM MCCLELLAN, b. 09 Feb 1810, St. Clair Twp., Allegheny Co., PA; d. 03 Apr 1888, Dale Twp, Outgamie Co., WI.

                 iv.    SARAH MCCLELLAN, b. 29 May 1814; d. 01 Apr 1894; m. AARON CONNELL, 25 Jun 1841, Columbiana Co., OH; b. Pennsylvania; d. 20 May 1877, Wellsville, Ohio.

                  v.    EDITH MCCLELLAN, b. 01 Nov 1816, Center Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio; d. 15 Aug 1894, Hanover Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio.

4.              vi.    MARY ANN MCCLELLAN, b. 16 May 1819, Center Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio.

                vii.    SAMUEL LINDSAY MCCLELLAN, b. 1821, Wayne Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio; d. 24 Aug 1843, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

 

       

Children of SAMUEL MCCLELLAN and MARY ROACH are:

               viii.    ANDREW JACKSON5 MCCLELLAN, b. 15 Apr 1827, Wayne Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio; d. 1902, Columbiana Co., Ohio; m. MARTHA GAULT5,6,7, 29 May 1861, Columbiana Co., OH8; b. 05 Mar 1835, Ohio; d. 25 Jan 1925, Ohio.

 

Notes for MARTHA GAULT:

According to the 1900 census record, Martha had 2 children, none were still living at that time.

 

                  ix.    ELIZABETH MCCLELLAN, b. 30 Jun 1828, Center Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio; m. ALBERT GILBERT GRAHAM, 05 Mar 1856; b. Abt. 1825, Ohio; d. 24 Nov 1866.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3.  WILLIAM5 MCCLELLAN (SAMUEL4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, ROBERT1)9,10 was born 09 Feb 1810 in St. Clair Twp., Allegheny Co., PA, and died 03 Apr 1888 in Dale Twp, Outgamie Co., WI.  He married MARIA ROACH11,12 20 Aug 1833 in Columbiana Co., OH13.  She was born 12 Feb 1812 in Ohio, and died 02 Apr 1862 in Dale Twp, Outgamie Co., WI.

       

Children of WILLIAM MCCLELLAN and MARIA ROACH are:

                   i.    THOMAS6 MCCLELLAN, b. 11 Oct 1834, Hanover Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio.

5.               ii.    SAMUEL T. MCCLELLAN, b. 27 Aug 1836, McKeigs Mills, Hanover Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio; d. 21 Jun 1917, Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

                 iii.    JOANNA MCCLELLAN, b. 1838, Ohio.

                 iv.    CLEMENT MCCLELLAN, b. 25 May 1842, Ohio.

                  v.    JAMES MCCLELLAN, b. 01 Sep 1845, Ohio.

                 vi.    MARY E. MCCLELLAN, b. 04 Jul 1849, Ohio.

 

 

4.  MARY ANN5 MCCLELLAN (SAMUEL4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, ROBERT1) was born 16 May 1819 in Center Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio.  She married WILLIAM THOMPSON. 

       

Children of MARY MCCLELLAN and WILLIAM THOMPSON are:

                   i.    JOHN F.6 THOMPSON.

                  ii.    THOMAS THOMPSON.

                 iii.    ANNA THOMPSON.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

5.  SAMUEL T.6 MCCLELLAN (WILLIAM5, SAMUEL4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, ROBERT1)14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22 was born 27 Aug 1836 in McKeigs Mills, Hanover Twp., Columbiana Co., Ohio, and died 21 Jun 1917 in Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio.  He married MARGARET JANE WARE23 24 Apr 185624, daughter of WILLIAM WARE and SARAH BAKER.  She was born 24 Mar 1839 in Ohio, and died 01 Apr 1914 in Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

 

Notes for SAMUEL T. MCCLELLAN:

Samuel was a Civil War veteran

32nd OVI and 12th ILL. Cav.

    Samual was captured at Harpers Ferry and later went to Chicago, Ill as he was no longer able to fight because of his capture. He deserted as many of his outfit did and hid out at his fathers house in Wisconsin. Later he joined the Army again in Ill. and added the middle inital  "T" to his name to enable him to again fight in the war not as a deserter or a captor.

Source: Richard E. Lewis of Canton, Ohio (descendant of Clara McClellan)

 

(from Dick Lewis, 2nd great-grandson of Samuel McClellan- descended from Cash's sister, Clara)

 

According to his Civil War pension application, Samuel McClellan was born on 27 August 1836 at McKeigs Mill, located in Center Township, Columbiana County Ohio. Church records state he was baptized 11 February 1837 in the First Presbyterian Church of Salem Ohio. His great-grandfather, James McClellan, who served in the Revolutionary War, lived nearby and may have provided a patriotic influence on the young man during the thirteen years that Samuel amd James' lifes overlapped .

 

The first documentation in the public record of Samuel McClellan can be obtained from an analysis of the 1840 cenus of Wayne Twp. Columbiana Co. OH which lists Wm. McClellan on page 85 with 1 male under 5 (Samuel), 1 male 5 - 10 (Thomas), 1 male 30 - 40 William, 1 female 5 - 10 (Joanna?), 1 female 20 - 30 (Maria).

Samuel next appears on the 1850 census of East Twp. in Carroll Co. which lists at dwelling No. 2077; family No. 2082, William McClellan age 41, farmer, b PA, real estate valued at $1,500; Maria age 38 b PA, Thomas age 15 b OH, Samuel age 14 b OH, Joannah age 12 b OH, Clement V. age 09 b OH, James age 05 b OH, and Mary E. Age 1 b OH

During the middle 1850's Samuel's parents and younger brothers moved to Wisconson, but Samuel had reasons to remain in Ohio.  On April 24 1856, when Sam was 19 years old he  married Margaret Jane Ware, of Norristown, Ohio, a crossroads village in nearby Carroll County and by early 1860 the young family had added a son and a daughter.

The 1860 Federal Census for Augusta Township, Carroll County, Ohio records at dwelling# 483 and family# 432 Samuel McClelland, age 24, male, white, cabnet maker, personal proberty valued at $100, born OH; Margaret J. age 21, female, white; George F. age 02, male ; Orpha C. age 7/12's female.

 

Responding to President Lincoln's first call for 300,000 volunteers, Samuel  enlisted in Company F of the 32nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry on August 15th 1861. Company F was made up primarily of men from Columbiana Co. Ohio with a high percentage from the growing mining town of Salineville.  The regiment  was formed on August 20th at Camp Bartlet near Mansfield, Ohio. Samuel transferred to Company A on September 1 while the unit was at Camp Dennison Ohio. The 32nd Ohio then fought through the 1861 West Virginia campaign as part of General Milroy's Brigade spending the early winter of 1861-62 enduring freezing conditions camped atop Cheat Mountain. In the spring the 32nd was transferred to Schenck's brigade and joined General Fremont's ill starred campaign in the Shenandoah Valley.

On June 8, 1862 during the Battle of Cross Keys the 32nd Ohio, still part of General Schenck's brigade, was held in reserve. However their position was close enough to the enemy for Samuel to be  wounded in the right foot by the explosion of an artillery shell. On 30 June 1862 he was sent home to Norristown, Ohio on a medical furlough which expired on July 30th.  On the advice of his doctor Samuel applied for a leave extension since he could not yet wear a shoe on his injured foot. An August 10th wire from his unit requested him to return to duty at Camp Segel near Winchester, Virginia.  Following an exchange of telegrams, including a unsuccessful telegraphic appeal to the Adjutant General of the State of Ohio, he returned to his unit. On September 15, 1862

 

Samuel, along with the rest of the 32nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry was captured at Harpers Ferry. The 32nd was paroled, but avoided surrendering their regimental standard to the Confederates. According the the regimental history, the color bearer concealed the flag around his waste and smuggled it out of the Confederate lines. The 32nd Ohio claimed it was the only regiment to march to Camp Parole at Annapolis, Maryland under its own colors. Following a dress parade on September 22 orders were announced to move the 32nd to Camp Douglas in Chicago by rail. 

On September 24 the regiment left for Baltimore by steamer and transferred to B&O freight cars for the trip west.  Since the conditions of the unit's parole stated they could not fight against the Confederacy until properly exchanged, the Union government planned to use the 32nd OVI to fight Indians in the Upper Midwest. Desertions became wholesale; there were serious disputes as to what military duties the paroled men could legally perform.  Conditions at Camp Douglas were such that the parolees felt they were being  treated as if they were prisoners.  At one point a unit of U.S. Regulars were called out to suppress a protest by the 32nd Ohio against their treatment. When the regulars were ordered to load their weapons to force the men of the 32nd back into their quarters the men of the 39th New York reinforced the brickbat armed line of the Buckeye troops and the regulars retired. Samuel McClellan is listed as a deserter from the 32nd OVI as of Octobe r 27 1862. Almost the entire regiment excepting its officers deserted and went home. In mid January 1863 the unit was properly exchanged and ordered to reorganize at Camp Cleveland, Ohio.  Samuel McClellan did not heed this call to muster. It is believed that Samuel went to his father's home in Dale Township in Outgamie County, Wisconsin. Nevertheless he did in fact visit his wife in the early fall of 1863 since she presented him with a daughter on June 15,1864.

 

On October 27, 1863 after adding a "T" as a middle initial and a "d" to the end of his last name, he returned to Chicago and enlisted for three years as a member of the 12th Illinois Cavalry. The 12th had been recently detached from the Army of the Potomac and sent home to reorganize as a specially designated "Veteran Regiment".  On his enlistment contact he gave his birth place as Columbus, Ohio and his occupation as an engineer. (Samuel may have known someone in the 12th and admired its leadership. This unit had campaigned in the Shenandoah Valley with the 32nd Ohio and had been the one Union unit to escape the trap a Harpers Ferry and avoid capture, and his promotion to Sergent was extremely rapid.) In January of 1864, while the unit was at Camp, Fry in Chicago, he was promoted to Third Duty Sergent of the 12th's Company K.  On February 9, 1864 the regiment moved to St. Louis, Missouri. Early in March the 12th embarked on transports for New Orlean s and was ordered to join General Banks' forces as they retreated down the Red River. The 12th spent most of summer on picket duty southwest of New Orleans along the Lafourche River between Donaldsonville and Thibodeaux La. Early November saw the 12th brigaded with 2nd Illniois Cavalry participating in an expedition to Liberty Mississippi that resulted in, according to the regimental history, "a severe action, driving the enemy and capturing a number of prisoners cannon and small arms". The 12th then accompanied General Davidson's operations near Mobile, Alabama returning to Baton Rouge on January 7, 1865. Next the regiment was sent to Memphis Tennessee to join General Osband's Division, and in late January participated in a raid through southeastern  Arkansas.

In March of 1865 Samuel was assigned to the 12th's Company F, commanded by Captain Edmund Luff. He became ill on April 20, 1865 and was furloughed and spent the months of June, July and August in the military hospital in Memphis.  Samuel was now separated from the 12th since it had been redeployed to Alexandria La. and eventually into Texas.  On his discharge, dated 21 August 1865 and issued at Memphis Ten. In it, he is described as 5 feet 10 inches tall of dark complexion with black hair, and no reservations were made regarding his reenlistment.  At discharge he also was payed the $16.00 he had been shorted during his hospital stay where he had been paid as a Priviate not a Sergeant. 

Family legend says that after the war he initially returned to his father's farm in Wisconsin to avoid any problems regarding his deserter status from the 32nd OVI. However Sam must have returned to Ohio, at least briefly, by early 1866, since the first of the five additional children he sired after the war arrived in October of that year.

 

The 1880 Federal Census of Washington Twp. Columbiana Co. OH. lists at dwelling # 238 and family # 248 McClellan, Sam, white, male, age prior to June 1st 43, head, married, carpenter, born OH, both father and mother born OH; Margaret, white, female, age prior to June 1st 40, wife, married, born OH, both parents born OH; George, white, male, age 22, son, single, born OH as were both parents. (This parentage entry holds for the other listed children.); Clara,  white, female, age prior to June 1st 18, daughter, single; Sarah, white, female, age prior to June 1st 15, daughter, single; Clarence, white, male, age prior to June 1st 13, single; Samuel, white, male, age prior to June 1st 10, single; Cashus, white, male, age ?, single. 

Samuel visited Wisconsin in the fall of 1887. The letter to his daughter Clara dated from New London Wis, Nov. 27th 1887 is quoted in its entirety:

 

" Dear Clara,

I have neglected to write you as soon as I should have had to. So much talking, it seemed I could not get time to write. I am now at Tomey's in N(ew) London, he owns a good house and has it comfortably furnished, he has a good organ and Sarah can play real well. Alvin their oldest boy is married and has a nice good loking women and a sweet babey. Calvin the other boy is a young man and a good looking young man. I found father verry feeble, almost doubled together. He is a little better now than he was, but he he cannot live long for the strength is not there. Joanna is a big fleshy woman. She will not weigh less than 200, good looking her daughter Franney, that is married, is as large as her Mother. She is married to a man by the name of Cornelius Vanderwalker, he is a first class man, a good worker and a verry agreeable man. He is the one that keeps father, they are kind and good to father.

Father has a beautiful farm, a nice white house with green shutters, a large bank barn. He has all that a reasonable man could desire to make him happy and contented in this fine country. There is five rail roads within as many miles where Father lives, it has made the land valuable. I had a nice trip out here. I want to start home week after next. I feel like goeing sooner but they will not let me. They don't want me to go then, but I will. I have been at Jimey's for a week. I took Father along. Jimey lives about 36 miles from Fathers. He ownes a nice home and a good saw mill with a pare of (Brns for Grinding Shops). It is cold here now has been for the past week, good slaying today, the thermometer is down to zero but it is healthy. I am hungry here all the time, can eat like a (gubben?). I have wrote to all the children, will bid you good by.

Sml, M'Clellan

 

 

According to his pension application he worked as a carpenter for Faloon Brothers Sash and Door in Salineville.  However other evidence reports him acting in an engineering capacity for the "New Shaft" mine. The Salineville Record for 17 January 1889 notes that " Sam McClelland Sr. had a narrow escape at the New Shaft, Saturday. He is an engineer at these works, and while discharging his duties, the rope broke, striking him across the face. Bruses are the extent of his injuries." A further note in the paper states the mine was closed for a few days to install a new rope.

Samuel appears on the 1890 Special Census of Union Army Veterans for Washington Twp. Columbiana Co. at house # 285 and family # 295 which references his 1 year 10 month and 04 days of service with the 12th ILL Cav. He claimed to have diseased ankles brought on by fever and insufficient diet.

His unauthorized departure from the 32nd OVI was apparently accepted by his fellow veterans as was his subtle change of name.  He was a respected member of the Sergeant Thompson No. 235 GAR Post, and first applied for a pension related to his Civil War service in 1899. His request was denied. Sam did not hide his Civil War service. There exists a photograph of him sporting a full white beard, and a natty short white jacket posed with his foot resting on a memoral cannon at the Soldier's Circle in Woodland Cemetery in Salineville, OH.

The 1900 Federal Census of Salineville, Washington Twp. Columbiana Co. lists Samuel and his wife Margaret in a return beginning on page 136B and extending on to page 137A. McClellan, Samuel T. appears at dwelling # 101 and family # 105 , head, white, male, born Aug. 1836, age 63, married 44 years, born OH, father born PA, mother born OH, carpenter, can read, write and speak English, and owns his house without a mortgage. Margaret is listed as his wife, white, female, born March 1837, age 61, married 44 years and the mother of 09 of which 8 children are still living, born OH of parents both born in OH, can read write and speak English. Harry D. list listed as their son, white, male born Nov. 1883 age 16, single born OH, both parents born OH, an apprentice house painter, out of work 6 months in last 12, can read write and speak English; Albert W. McClellan, grandson, white male, born Feb. 1881, age 19, single born OH of OH parents, day laboror, out of work 4 months in last 12, c an read write and speak English; Perkins, Ethel C., granddaughter, white, female, born Nov. 1890, age 09, born OH of OH born parents, at school for 08 months during last year, can read write and speak English.  Clara Ethel Perkins and Albert McClellan, were the son and daughter of Samuel and Margaret's late daughter Clara, who gave birth to Albert sired by an unknown father when she was 18, and Clara Ethel the product of her later marriage to George W. Perkins.

 

Samuel appears on the 1910 Federal Census for Salineville, Washington Twp. Columbiana Co. OH at visitation # 56 and family # 57 as McClellan, Samuel, head, male, white, age 73, married, years married 54, born Ohio, father born PA, mother born OH, able to read and write, and the owner of his mortgage free houseand a Union veteran. Margaret J. is listed with him as his wife age 71, with the entry that she had given birth 9 times and that 7 of her children were still living

 

His pension application dated March 29, 1912 claiming total disability in part from his war service was granted.   His wife Margaret passed away in April of 1914 and Samuel, age 81, joined her in Salineville's Woodland Cemetery on June 23, 1917 following a fatal stroke on the 21st of that month. Shortly, several of his grandsons were in an Army uniform serving with the AEF in France.

 

The vast majority of this information was obtained from regimental histories of the 32 OVI, the 12th IL. Cav. and Samuel McClellan's pension and Army records. The original promotion and discharge papers plus Sam's GAR badge are in the possesion of Richard E. Lewis Samuel's great-great-grandson

 

More About SAMUEL T. MCCLELLAN:

Military service: Civil War Veteran25,26,27

Residence: 1860, Augusta Twp., Carroll Co., OH

       

Children of SAMUEL MCCLELLAN and MARGARET WARE are:

6.                i.    GEORGE F.7 MCCLELLAN, b. 11 Apr 1858, Norristown, Carroll Co., OH; d. 23 Mar 1955, Salineville, Ohio.

                  ii.    ORPHA C. MCCLELLAN28, b. 16 Jan 1860, Norristown, Carroll Co., OH; d. Bef. 1870.

7.              iii.    CLARA MCCLELLAN, b. 04 Mar 1862, Norristown, Carroll Co., OH; d. Abt. 1891, Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

8.              iv.    SARAH MARIE MCCLELLAN, b. 15 Jun 1864, Norristown, Carroll Co., OH; d. 10 Apr 1947, East Liverpool, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

                  v.    CLARENCE MCCLELLAN29, b. Abt. 1867, Ohio; d. 12 Dec 1889, Yellow Creek Station.

 

Notes for CLARENCE MCCLELLAN:

Clarence was killed by the cars at Yellow Creek Station.  He fell under the train.

 

9.              vi.    SAMUEL AUSTIN MCCLELLAN, b. 07 May 1870, Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio; d. 13 Oct 1959, East Liverpool, Ohio.

10.           vii.    CASSIUS (CASH) WARE MCCLELLAN, b. 10 Jan 1873, Salineville, Ohio; d. 20 Mar 1952, Wellsville, Ohio.

11.          viii.    HARRY DELMAR MCCLELLAN, b. 17 Nov 1883, Salineville, Ohio; d. 10 Feb 1963, Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

6.  GEORGE F.7 MCCLELLAN (SAMUEL T.6, WILLIAM5, SAMUEL4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, ROBERT1)30,31,32,33,34,35 was born 11 Apr 1858 in Norristown, Carroll Co., OH, and died 23 Mar 1955 in Salineville, Ohio.  He married LOUELLA MILNER 1883, daughter of CHARLES MILNER and ELIZABETH FLEMING.  She was born 26 Nov 1860 in Augusta, Ohio, and died 05 Feb 1944 in Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

 

More About GEORGE F. MCCLELLAN:

Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Salineville

 

Notes for LOUELLA MILNER:

Mrs. Louella McClellan, 83, died Sunday at 11:30 p.m. in her home following a two day illness.  She was a resident of this community for 60 years. Mrs. McClellan was born Nov. 26, 1860, in Augusta, Ohio.  She was a member of the Methodist church.  She was married to George McClellan in 1883, and they celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary last Dec 24.  In addition to her husband, she is survived by three sons, Roy McClellan of Struthers, Samuel McClellan and Lloyd McClellan of Salineville; a sister, Mrs Etta Taber of Alliance, and nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.  Services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. from her home by Rev. W.S. Longsworth, pastor of the Calvary Methodist church of East Liverpool.  Burial will be in Woodland cemetery.

 

       

Children of GEORGE MCCLELLAN and LOUELLA MILNER are:

                   i.    WILLIAM GUY8 MCCLELLAN36, b. 08 Aug 1885, Ohio; d. 05 May 1929, Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio37; m. ELLA CLAIRE.

                  ii.    CHARLES ROY MCCLELLAN38,39, b. 05 Oct 1887, Minerva, Ohio; d. 03 Jul 1964, Columbiana Co., Ohio; m. ANNA E. BURGETT, Abt. 1906.

                 iii.    SAMUEL ADRIAN MCCLELLAN40,41, b. 14 Jun 1889, Salineville, Ohio; d. 17 Sep 1966.

                 iv.    LOYD MILNER MCCLELLAN42,43, b. 28 Mar 1893, Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio; d. 06 Dec 1980, East Liverpool, Ohio44.

 

Notes for LOYD MILNER MCCLELLAN:

Salineville - Lloyd M. McClellan, 87, of Foundry Hill Road, died Saturday at 1 p.m. at the East Liverpool Convalescent Center after a month's illness.  A retired printer, Mr. McClellan was born March 28, 1893, in Salineville, a son of George F. McClellan and Luella Milner McClellan.  He was a member of the Calvary United Presbyterian Church.  His wife, Mamie McClellan died Dec. 22, 1978.  Survivors include a son Robert B. McClellan of Mt. Vernon, Ind; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Fisher of Indialantic, Fla., and Elizabeth Frischkorn of Wellsville; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. from the Manning Funeral Home by the Rev. James McCollam of Riverside United Presbyterian Church Wellsville.

Burial will be in Woodland cemetery.

 

 

 

7.  CLARA7 MCCLELLAN (SAMUEL T.6, WILLIAM5, SAMUEL4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, ROBERT1) was born 04 Mar 1862 in Norristown, Carroll Co., OH, and died Abt. 1891 in Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio.  She married (2) GEORGE W. PERKINS45,46 10 Mar 1887 in Columbiana Co., OH.  He was born 09 Sep 1859 in Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio, and died 01 Feb 1940 in Alliance, Stark Co., OH.

       

Child of CLARA MCCLELLAN is:

                   i.    ALBERT MCNEAL8 MCCLELLAN47,48,49,50, b. 24 Feb 1881, Ohio; d. 25 Feb 1961, Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio; m. ELMA ADA THORN51; b. 03 Jul 1880, WV; d. 14 Oct 1957, Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

 

       

Child of CLARA MCCLELLAN and GEORGE PERKINS is:

                  ii.    ETHYL C.8 PERKINS, b. Nov 1890, Ohio.

 

 

8.  SARAH MARIE7 MCCLELLAN (SAMUEL T.6, WILLIAM5, SAMUEL4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, ROBERT1)52 was born 15 Jun 1864 in Norristown, Carroll Co., OH, and died 10 Apr 1947 in East Liverpool, Columbiana Co., Ohio53.  She married JAMES OSCAR BIRCH54,55,56,57 Abt. 188458, son of ROBERT BIRCH and REBECCA DUNN.  He was born May 1860 in Pennsylvania, and died Aug 1906 in Columbiana Co., Ohio (near Calcutta).

 

Notes for JAMES OSCAR BIRCH:

Oscar Birch, aged 46, died last night at his home west of Calcutta.  He had been ill for three weeks.  Mr. Birch was born at Washington, PA.  He was the senior member of the firm Birch & Sons, he had resided on a farm north of the city for 14 years.  He was a member of the Long's Run Presbyterian church and belonged to the Maccabees and the Home Guards of American.  He was highly respected.  He leaves a wife and the following children; Clyde, Armond and Dwight, of they city; Viro; Myrl, Ruby, Hazel, Gladys, Clelland Lozella, at home.Two brothers Elmer Birch of Calcutta and William Birch of East Palestine; two sisters Mrs. Florence Soppitt, of Scott Haven, and Mrs. Orphanett Sowers of Washington, PA and the parents, Mr and Mrs. Robert Birch of Salineville also survive. The funeral will be held at 11 o'oclock tomorrow morning from Mr. Birch's late home.  The remains will be taken to East Liverpool and thence by train to Salineville, where services and interment will follow.  Rev. Mr. Bricelin, pastor of the Long's Run Presbyterian church will officiate.

 

       

Children of SARAH MCCLELLAN and JAMES BIRCH are:

                   i.    CLYDE OSCAR8 BIRCH59,60,61,62, b. 05 Feb 1885, Ohio; d. 20 Dec 1963, East Liverpool, Ohio; m. (1) SADIE SMITH, Abt. 1906; m. (2) MARY E., Abt. 1909; b. Abt. 1886, West Virginia.

 

Notes for CLYDE OSCAR BIRCH:

According to the 1910 census record, the marriage of Clyde and Mary E. Birch was the second marriage for both of them. Married less than a year in 1910, 3 yr old daugter Thelma L. Birch (born in WV) was living with them - a daughter from Clyde's first marriage.

 

                  ii.    ROBERT ORELEN BIRCH63,64, b. 24 Apr 1886, Minerva, Ohio; d. 16 Dec 1977, East Liverpool, Columbiana Co., Ohio; m. EDITH; b. 1898.

 

Notes for ROBERT ORELEN BIRCH:

Robert Orelen Birch, 91, of 13345 Birch Road, died today at 2:35 a.m. in City Hospital following a long illness. Mr. Birch was born April 24, 1886, in Minerva, a son of James Oscar Birch and Sara McClellan Birch.  He had resided in the area most of his life and was a Presbyterian by faith. Mr. Birch was retired in 1957 as a blacksmith from the Crucible Steel Division of Colt Industries.  He was a member of Local 1212 of the United Steel Workers.  Besides his widow, Mrs. Edith Goddard Birch, whom he married July 4, 1922, survivors include three sons, James Oscar Birch of Calcutta, Clyde Orelen (Jim) Birch of Lisbon RD1 and Edwin McClellan Birch at home; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Donald (Doris) Strait of Hawthorne, Calif; a sister, Miss Margaret Birch of East Liverpool; a brother C. McClellan Birch of the Bell School Rd; 21 grandchildren; three-grandchildren stepgrandchildren; 16 great grandchildren and two stepgreat-grandchildren.  Services will be held Monday at 1 p.m. from the Dawson Funeral Home by the Rev. William Betteridge of the Longs Run United Presbyterian Church Cemetery.

 

 

                 iii.    DWIGHT SAMUEL BIRCH65,66, b. 22 Feb 1888, Ohio; d. 12 Feb 1960, East Liverpool, Columbiana Co., Ohio; m. MARY E. "NELLIE" MILLER; b. 1890, Ohio; d. 1943, East Liverpool, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

 

Notes for DWIGHT SAMUEL BIRCH:

Dwight S. Birch, of Shadyside Ave., a lifetime resident of the area, died today at 2 a.m. in City Hospital after an illness of 8 years.  He was 71. He was born here Feb 22, 1888, a son of Oscar and Sarah McClelland Birch.  He retired in 1952 from Taylor, Smith & Taylor Co. where he was employed as a kilnplacer.  He was  a member of the Trinity United Presbyterian Church.  He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Theresa Birch; two sons, Samuel D. Birch and Addison V. Birch; four daughter, Mrs. Dorothy White, Mrs. Agnes Cermak, Mrs. Priscilla Craft and Mrs. Beverly Enochs, all of East Liverpool; four brothers, Lester Birch of Lisbon, and Clyde Birch, Robert Birch and McClellan Birch, all of East Liverpool; five sisters, Mrs Ruby Boyle of Alliance, Mrs. Gladys Allison of Cleveland, and Mrs. Merle Hanes, Miss Margaret Birch and Miss Lozela Birch, all of East Liverpool; a step-son, Roy B. Saling of San Francisco, and 16 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.  Services will be held Monday at 10:30 a.m. at the East Liverpool Arner Home for Funerals by the Rev, M. Rudolph Miller.  Burial will be in Columbiana County Memorial Park.

 

 

Notes for MARY E. "NELLIE" MILLER:

Mrs. Mary Miller Birch, 53, died Monday at 11 p.m. at her home at 318 Apple alley, following a long illness.  She was born in East Liverpool daughter of Daniel and the late Agnes Cook Miller.  She was a member of the Presbyterian church.  In addition to her father, she leaves four daughters, Mrs. Dorothy White and Mrs. Agnes Cermack, both of East Liverpool, and Miss Priscitia Birch and Beverly Birch, both at home; two sons, Samuel Birch of East Liverpool, and Pvt. Allison Birch of Ft. Benjamin Harrison Ind., five brothers, George Miller, Edward Miller, Donald Miller and Clifford Miller all of Est Liverpool; and Charles Miller of Alliance ; two sisters Mrs. Grace Holtsman of East Liverpool and Mrs. Rose Davis of Toronto, and six grandchildren. Rites will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Dawson funeral home by Rev. Arthur E. French Jr. pastor of the First Presbyterian church.  Interment will be in Spring Grove cemetery.

 

 

                 iv.    LESTER VIRO BIRCH67,68,69, b. 16 May 1889, East Liverpool, Columbiana Co., Ohio; d. Mar 1970, Ohio70; m. HELEN CONKLE71, 1907; b. 1890, Ohio; d. 1993, Salem, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

 

Notes for LESTER VIRO BIRCH:

Lester V. (Fat) Birch, 80, of old Route 30, near the Crockery City Farms, died Wednesday at 8:40 p.m. at City Hospital after an illness of several years.  A lifelong resident, he was born in East Liverpool May 16, 1889, a son of the late Oscar Birch and Sarah McCleland Birch. He at one time was a railroad fireman in the transporation department of the Midland Crucible Co., retiring Dec. 1, 1954.  He was a member of Local 1212 of the United Steelworkers of America.   He leaves his widow, Mrs. Helen Conkle Birch, whom he married in 1907; a son, C. Earl Birch of Westerville, Ohiol two daughters, Mrs. Roger (Mabel) Stermer of Louisville and Mrs. Edmond (Violet) Braham of East Liverpool; two brothers, Orlen Birch and McClelland Birch of East Liverpool; three sisters, Miss Margaret Birch and Mrs. Ralph (Meryle) Hanes of East Liverpool and Mrs. Ruby Boyle of Alliance, 13 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.  Services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home by Capt. Richard Bosh of the Salvation Army Burial will be in Clarkson Cemetery in Rogers, Ohio.

 

                  v.    MYRL CLARA (CATHERINE) BIRCH, b. Abt. 1892, Ohio; m. RALPH FREDERICK HANES72,73,74; b. 13 Oct 1892, Pleasant Co., West Virginia.

                 vi.    RUBY BIRCH, b. Jan 1894, Ohio.

                vii.    HAZEL BIRCH, b. Oct 1895, Ohio.

               viii.    MARGARET MARIAH BIRCH, b. Aug 1898, Ohio; d. 10 Jul 1986, Orrville, Wayne Co., Ohio75.

                  ix.    GLADYS BIRCH, b. Aug 1899, Ohio.

                   x.    CLARK MCCLELLAN BIRCH75, b. 11 Oct 1901, Ohio; d. 31 Jul 1980, East Liverpool, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

 

Notes for CLARK MCCLELLAN BIRCH:

C. McClellan Birch, 78, of 47330 Bell School Rd. was pronounced dead on arrival this morning at 5:15 in City Hospital although he had been ill since 1978.  A lifelong area resident, Mr. Birch was born in St. Clair Township Oct. 11, 1901, a son of Oscar Birch and Sarah McClellan Birch.  He retired in February 1963 as a general foreman in the rigging department at the Crucicle Steel Divisions of Colt Industries in Midland, after 38 years service.  He was a member of Longs Run United Presbyterian Church, the East Liverpool Masonic Lodge 681, the Scottish Rite of Steubenville, the Al Koran Shire of Cleveland, and the Penova Lodge Odd Fellows.  In addition to his wife, Mrs. Nellie Chetwin Birch, whom he married Sept 2, 1935, survivors include two sons, Clark M. Birch of East Liverpool and Edward C. Birch of Painesville; a daughters, Mrs. Sara Jane Tolley of Clayton, Calif.; a sister, Miss Margaret M. Birch of East Liverpool, and six grandchildren.

 

 

                  xi.    LOZELA B. BIRCH, b. Abt. 1905, Ohio; d. 12 Aug 1964, East Liverpool, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

 

Notes for LOZELA B. BIRCH:

Miss Lozela B. Birch of Curry Avenue, retired city school teacher, died Wednesdy at 4:20 p.m. at City Hospital, following a brief illness. Miss Birch was born on Birch Road, St. Clair Township, to the late J. Oscar Birch and Sarah M. McClellan Birch, and resided in this vicinity her lifetime. She taught school for 35 years and retired in 1961 because of illness. She was a graduate of East Liverpool High School and received the bachelor of science degree from Geneva College.  She was a member of the Trinity Unity Presbyterian Church and its Women's Association and the East Liverpool Teachers Association.  She is survived by four sisters, Miss Margaret Birch, with whom she resided, Mrs. R. F (Myrl) Hanes of East Liverpool, Mrs. D.E. (Ruby) Boyle of Alliance on Avon Lake, and three brothers, Robert O. Birch, Lester V. Birch and C.McClellan Birch, all of East Liverpool. Services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Dawson Funeral Home by the Rev. M. Rudolph Miller.  Burial will be in Woodland Cemetery, Salineville.

 

 

 

9.  SAMUEL AUSTIN7 MCCLELLAN (SAMUEL T.6, WILLIAM5, SAMUEL4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, ROBERT1)76,77,78 was born 07 May 1870 in Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio, and died 13 Oct 1959 in East Liverpool, Ohio.  He married ELIZABETH ANN BRAY79,80,81, daughter of SAMUEL BRAY and HANNAH DAVIS.  She was born 10 Jul 1873 in Menithwood, Worcester, England, and died 22 May 1941 in Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

       

Child of SAMUEL MCCLELLAN and ELIZABETH BRAY is:

                   i.    CLARENCE WILLIAM8 MCCLELLAN82,83,84, b. 27 Nov 1893, Ohio; d. 10 Nov 1978, Bibb Co., GA; m. NANNIE.

 

Notes for CLARENCE WILLIAM MCCLELLAN:

Clarence was born 27 Nov. 1893 and died 10 Nov. 1978. He died in a hit and run accident on I-75 in Bibb Co.GA. He was pulling his trailer to Fl and had pulled to the shoulder and gotten out to check the rig when he was hit and killed by a passing vehicle. He deserved a better death than that. He was in action on the Western Front in WWI with Co. F 325th Infantry 82nd Div. Yes this was the 82nd "All American Division" before it became "Airborne".

 

 

10.  CASSIUS (CASH) WARE7 MCCLELLAN (SAMUEL T.6, WILLIAM5, SAMUEL4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, ROBERT1)85,86,87,88,89,90,91 was born 10 Jan 1873 in Salineville, Ohio, and died 20 Mar 1952 in Wellsville, Ohio.  He married MARY ELIZABETH ZELLERS92 03 Oct 1895 in Columbiana Co., OH93, daughter of BALTHASAR ZOELLER and BARBARA KINDSVATTER.  She was born 24 Feb 1873 in Steubenville, Jefferson Co., Ohio, and died 21 Oct 1941 in Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

 

Notes for CASSIUS (CASH) WARE MCCLELLAN:

Cash Ware McClellan, a retired Salineville blacksmith, died Thursday at 4:55 p.m. at the Gibbs Rest Home in Wellsville following a several-month illness.  He was 79.

A son of Samuel and Margaret McClellan, he was born Jan. 10, 1873, in Salineville and spent his entire life there.  He was a member of the Church of Christ.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Mary Leishman of Salineville, and Mrs. Ruby Marteney of Malvern; a son, James McClellan of Minerva; three brothers, George McClellan, Samuel McClellan and Harry McClellan, all of the Salineville and 6 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mrs. Leishman's home in West end, Salineville, by Elmer Faust, pastor of the Church of Christ.  Burial will be in Woodland Cemetery.

 

 

More About CASSIUS (CASH) WARE MCCLELLAN:

Occupation: Blacksmith

 

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH ZELLERS:

Salineville - Mrs. Mary Elizabeth McClellan, 68, died today at 1:15 a.m. in her home on Water Street.  Mrs. McClellan was born in Steubenville, Ohio.  She was a member of the Christian church.  She leaves her husband, Cash McClellan; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Leishman of Salineville and Mrs. Ruby Marteney of Minerva; two sons, Frank McClellan of Minerva and James McClellan of Sebring; two sisters, Mrs. Ella Allison of East Liverpool and Mrs. Kate Thompson of Wellsville; six brothers, Pete Zellers and William Zellers of Wheeling, Lewis Zeller of East Liverpool, Charles Zellers of Beaver Dam, Nicholas Zellers of Wellsville and Philip Zellers of Barberton.  Funeral services will be held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leishman in the West End, Thursday at 2 p.m. by the Rev. H.E. Martin, pastor of the Christian church.  Burial will be in Woodland cemetery.

 

       

Children of CASSIUS MCCLELLAN and MARY ZELLERS are:

                   i.    "FRANK" GEORGE FRANKLIN8 MCCLELLAN94,95,96,97,98,99,100, b. 15 Jun 1897, East Liverpool, Ohio; d. 13 Jul 1942, Minerva, Ohio; m. FLORENCE RUTH BURNIP, 1916101; b. 27 Sep 1900, Lisbon, Ohio; d. 13 Jul 1983, Alliance, Ohio.

 

Notes for "FRANK" GEORGE FRANKLIN MCCLELLAN:

[obituary]

                Minerva Potter Dies After 2 Years Illness -

Mr. Frank McClellan, 45, of 307 W. Lincoln Way, husband of Florence McClellan, died at his home at 4:30 Monday afternoon after being sick for almost 2 years. Born at Wellsville, June 15, 1897, he had lived in Minerva for about seven years. He was a member of the Minerva Christian Church, Minerva Eagles Lodge, and of member of the N.B. of O.P.

Surviving are his wife, a daughter, Doris, and a son Harold of Minerva; his father, Cash McClellan, a sister Mrs. Mary Leishman, and a brother, James McClellan of Salineville; a sister, Mrs. Ruby Marteney of Malvern; and two grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. at the home at 307 W Lincoln Way with Rev. L. C. Emerick, chaplain of Fairmont Home officiating. Burial will be made at the East Lawn Cemetery.

              [Minerva Leader Thursday, July 16, 1942]

 

Both his birth record and death certificate lists his name as 'Frank'

The 1910 census record lists him as Frank G.McClellan

The 1920 census record lists him as George F. McClellan(d) and his draft registration card from 1918 has 'George Frank' McClellan

 

                  ii.    MARY ELIZABETH MCCLELLAN102, b. 27 Oct 1899, Salineville, Ohio; d. 30 Oct 1985, Columbiana Co., Ohio; m. GEORGE LEISHMAN103, 1922; b. 17 Mar 1897, Ohio; d. 05 Apr 1972, Salem, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

 

More About GEORGE LEISHMAN:

Occupation: Worked for the village water system

 

                 iii.    JAMES E. MCCLELLAN, b. 28 Jan 1909, Ohio; d. 16 Feb 1978, Canton, Ohio; m. MARIE.

                 iv.    RUBY MARGARET MCCLELLAN104, b. 26 Jul 1912, Salineville, Ohio; d. 24 Jun 2003, Minerva, Ohio; m. (2) JOHN PERRY MARTENEY, Abt. 1939; b. 26 Feb 1917, Buchanan, West Virginia; d. 12 Oct 2003, Stark Co., Ohio.

 

 

11.  HARRY DELMAR7 MCCLELLAN (SAMUEL T.6, WILLIAM5, SAMUEL4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, ROBERT1)105,106,107,108,109 was born 17 Nov 1883 in Salineville, Ohio, and died 10 Feb 1963 in Salineville, Columbiana Co., Ohio110,111.  He married LILLIAN (LILLIE) M. RANDOLPH.  She was born Abt. 1885 in Ohio.

 

Notes for HARRY DELMAR MCCLELLAN:

Salineville - Harry D. McClellan, 79, of R.D. 3 a retired Coal miner, died Sunday at 8:15 a.m. at his home after a long illness.  He was born Nov. 17, 1883, in Salineville, son of the late Samuel McClellan and Mrs. Margaret McClellan.  He was a member of the Salineville Church of Christ, Fox Township Grange and Masonic Lodge 345.  Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Lillian McClellan, at home; three daughters, Mrs. Mildred Claflin of Canton, Mrs. Gertrude Bowen of Ravenna and Mrs. Margaret Heran of Minerva, four grandchildren and four great-gradnchildren. Services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 at the Kerr Funeral Home with Gerald Finnie, pastor of the Church of Christ, in charge.  Burial will be in Woodland Cemetery.

 

 

More About HARRY DELMAR MCCLELLAN:

Residence: 1910, Salineville, Ohio

       

Children of HARRY MCCLELLAN and LILLIAN RANDOLPH are:

                   i.    MILDRED M.8 MCCLELLAN, b. Abt. 1905, Ohio; d. 30 Mar 1995, Middleburg Heights, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio112; m. WILLIAM J. CLAFLIN113, Abt. 1928; b. Abt. 1894, Ohio; d. 02 Oct 1985, Canton, Stark Co., Ohio114.

                  ii.    GERTRUDE E. MCCLELLAN, b. 15 Jan 1907, Ohio; d. 08 Jan 2005, Ohio; m. BOWEN.

                 iii.    MARGARET MCCLELLAN, b. Abt. 1911, Ohio; d. Ohio; m. HERAN.

 

 

 

Endnotes

 

1.  Richard E. Lewis of Canton, Ohio.

2.  Family records  from Doris McClellan Crowl.

3.  Richard E. Lewis of Canton, Ohio.

4.  Marriage records of Columbiana County, Ohio.

5.  1910  United States Federal Census.

6.  1900  United States Federal Census.

7.  1860 United States Federal Census.

8.  Marriage records of Columbiana County, Ohio.

9.  Richard E. Lewis of Canton, Ohio.

10.  1850 United States Federal Census.

11.  Richard E. Lewis of Canton, Ohio.

12.  OneWorldTreeSM, Donna Basinger.

13.  Marriage records of Columbiana County, Ohio.

14.  1880 United States Federal Census.

15.  Family records and obituary from Doris McClellan Crowl.

16.  1910  United States Federal Census.

17.  1860 United States Federal Census.

18.  Cemetery records of Columbiana Co., OH - Lepper Library in Lisbon.

19.  1900  United States Federal Census.

20.  Leah Rudy, Burnip.FTW.

21.  Special Schedule of the 1890 Federal Census - Surviving soldiers, etc.

22.  1870 United States Federal Census.

23.  Certificate of Death (copy from Leah Rudy).

24.  1910  United States Federal Census.

25.  Cemetery records of Columbiana Co., OH - Lepper Library in Lisbon.

26.  Obituary.

27.  Special Schedule of the 1890 Federal Census - Surviving soldiers, etc.

28.  1860 United States Federal Census.

29.  Leah Rudy, Burnip.FTW.

30.  1920 United States Federal Census.

31.  1910  United States Federal Census.

32.  Cemetery records of Columbiana Co., OH - Lepper Library in Lisbon.

33.  1910  United States Federal Census.

34.  1900  United States Federal Census.

35.  Richard E. Lewis of Canton, Ohio.

36.  Draft registration card.

37.  Certificate of Death.

38.  Draft registration card.

39.  1920 United States Federal Census.

40.  birth record, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

41.  Cemetery records of Columbiana Co., OH - Lepper Library in Lisbon.

42.  1910  United States Federal Census.

43.  Draft registration card.

44.  Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002.

45.  Richard E. Lewis of Canton, Ohio.

46.  Certificate of Death.

47.  1900  United States Federal Census.

48.  1910  United States Federal Census.

49.  Richard E. Lewis of Canton, Ohio.

50.  Draft registration card.

51.  OneWorldTreeSM.

52.  Cemetery records of Columbiana Co., OH - Lepper Library in Lisbon.

53.  Certificate of Death.

54.  notes from Doris McClellan Crowl.

55.  Richard E. Lewis of Canton, Ohio.

56.  1900  United States Federal Census.

57.  Deborah Wall, Enochs, Birch, Ammon, Miller, Newbrough, Kirchner, McClellan, Cook Tree .

58.  1900  United States Federal Census.

59.  1930 United States Federal Census.

60.  Draft registration card.

61.  Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002.

62.  1910  United States Federal Census.

63.  Enochs, Birch, Ammon, Miller, Newbrough, Kirchner, McClellan, Cook Tree.

64.  Draft registration card.

65.  Deborah Wall, Enochs, Birch, Ammon, Miller, Newbrough, Kirchner, McClellan, Cook Tree .

66.  1920 United States Federal Census.

67.  Draft registration card.

68.  Obituary.

69.  1920 United States Federal Census.

70.  Social Security Death Index.

71.  Obituary.

72.  1930 United States Federal Census.

73.  1920 United States Federal Census.

74.  Draft registration card.

75.  Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002.

76.  1920 United States Federal Census.

77.  Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002.

78.  Leah Rudy, Burnip.FTW.

79.  1920 United States Federal Census.

80.  Leah Rudy, Burnip.FTW.

81.  Certificate of Death.

82.  Social Security Death Index.

83.  Richard E. Lewis of Canton, Ohio.

84.  Draft registration card.

85.  1910  United States Federal Census.

86.  1880 United States Federal Census.

87.  Family records and obituary from Doris McClellan Crowl.

88.  birth record of Ruby McClellan.

89.  birth record, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

90.  1900  United States Federal Census.

91.  Certificate of Death .

92.  Obituary-Mrs. Cash McClellan.

93.  Marriage records of Columbiana County, Ohio.

94.  Family records and obituary from Doris McClellan Crowl.

95.  Draft registration card.

96.  1920 United States Federal Census.

97.  1930 United States Federal Census.

98.  1910  United States Federal Census.

99.  1900  United States Federal Census.

100.  Certificate of Death.

101.  1920 United States Federal Census.

102.  Obituary.

103.  Draft registration card.

104.  Obituary.

105.  birth record, Columbiana Co., Ohio.

106.  1910  United States Federal Census.

107.  Social Security Death Index.

108.  1900  United States Federal Census.

109.  Draft registration card.

110.  Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002.

111.  Draft registration card.

112.  Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002.

113.  1930 United States Federal Census.

114.  Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002.