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Re: Jonathan McGlothlen Jonothan McGlothlin
Posted by: Don McGlothlen Date: June 23, 2000 at 20:42:55
In Reply to: Re: Jonathan McGlothlen Jonothan McGlothlin by Mel McGlothlen of 75

Hi Mel,
At the end of this message are the words from my Fam Tree Mkr notes section for Jonathan K. McGlothlen.
I hope they help. I do not know the substance of the law suit. Perhaps there is a record of the proceedings which can be had by writing to the clerk of the current court in that county.

What we do not have is a good identity of the life and descendants of all his children.
Let me know if you are interested in looking into that and I'll send you what we do have on them.

By the way, I am in the middle of transcribing the Rev War Pension application fro Charles M. McGlothlen's father, John McLaughlin. I'll send you a copy when I've finished.

All the Best,

Census of 1850:
Jonathan McLaughlen
State: IN
County: Fountain Co.
Location: Richland Twp
Page #: 113

Census of 1860:
Fountain Co, Richland Twp, IN
Jonathan K. McGlothlin, head of household, age 35, occupation Miller, born in IN, living at census house # 478, family 451, wife Margaret, age 35, born in KY, son Charles L, age 11, born in IN, son James, age 9, born in IN, son George M., age 7, born in IN, son John (F?), age 5, born in IN ,son Albert, age 2, born in IN, and Jesse Poyner, millhand, age 30, born in OH.

1915 Madison Co, IA history of Jonathan's son James W. McGlothlen contains the following:
"Family moved to Virmillion Co. Ill in 1852. Father (Jonathan) owned several hundred acres of fine land. raised horses, was in milling business at time of death in 1863. Had helped build church building. Wife died at age 50. Had six sons, James is 2nd."

"Sylvester Cheny killed Jonathan McGlothlin in the fall of 1863 at 'Squire Riley's', in the South part of the township. They were engaged in a lawsuit. Cheney was tried at Crawfordsville, by change of venue from Covington and the jury found him not guilty, and he was discharged. The weapon used was a revolver. McGlothlin was shot three or four times." p 224, History of Fountain County, H.W. Beckwith, 1881, Chicago, H.H. Hill & N. Iddings, Publisher. Book at Seattle Public Library in 1995, R97724 B389H.

(DCM Note: Covington, IN is 30 miles West of Crawfordsville, IN, on U.S.        Highway 136. Crawfordsville is today in Montgomery Co, IN and Covington is today in Fountain Co, IN. County boundaries may have been different in 1863.

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