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Re: William McCleary (1788-1838) York County, PA
Posted by: lovena norton (ID *****6078) Date: August 22, 2007 at 06:19:24
In Reply to: Re: William McCleary (1788-1838) York County, PA by Linda Stewart of 667

I was notified by Kevin on this site, that u have same line as mine.
William McCleary b. about 1830 died c 1866 in Missouri, Married Martha Basket b.? and married again abter William died. This man would not let her keep her son William Edmond McCleary but let her keep her two daughters she had by William sr. the Daughters names were Ann and Frenia McCleary, b.years unk. Does anyone have any more info.
At age 11 or younger William had to make it on his oww. I have him from 1870-thru his death
September 29, 1948 in Sparks, lincoln co. Ok.
Wednesday,Oct.6,1948
Chandler,Ok. newspaper
Lincoln County Republic
Services Thursday For Sparks Resident
Funeral services for Edmon McCleary, 85, oldest Sparks resident,
who died at his home there last Wednesday, were held in the
Sparks Baptist church Thursday afternoon, conducted by Rev.A.
W. James, assisted by Rev.A.D. Patrick.Burial was in the family
plot in Oak Park cemetery, Chandler. He had been seriously ill
for several months.
McCleary was born March 1,1863, at Fayetteville,Ark. He was
married to Susie Ann Miller in 1880. To them four children were
born. In 1898, several years after the death of his wife, he was
married to Viola Graham. They were parents of seven children.
She and threes of these children preceded him in death.
the family came to Lincoln county in the early days and had
made their in the Sparks and Chandler areas since.
Survivors are four sons, Samuel, of Seymour,Mo., Mack, of
Waynesville,Mo., Otis, of Quincy,Kans., and Chester, of Sparks;
four daughters, Mrs.Crissie Anderson of Elmont,Calif.; Mrs.Sarah
Graham, of Waynesville, Mo.; Mrs.Ella Davis and Mrs.Kathryn
Graham, both of Sparks; and 25 grandchildren.
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this was my post on march 2007 on this site.
Email me at
lovenaearpnorton@sbcglobal.net

Lovena Norton



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