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R.P. McClellan m. Martha M., mid 1800s Rocky River area
Posted by: karen dutton (ID *****8252) Date: May 10, 2002 at 14:07:42
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Looking for information on the following listed in the 1860 Census for Cabarrus County NC
p. 37
Cabarrus County
dwelling 96
R. P. McClellan 49 farmer 1000 real, 1000 personal all b. NC
Martha M. 50
Mary M. 21
Albert B. 20
Margaret D 8
Mary H. Scott 14 personal 500
James Blaylock 22 farmhand

My ancestor is the Mary H. (Mollie) Scott listed above. She was the daughter of Elisha Scott b. Iredell County, who was a blacksmith in Cabarrus County, and Mary Nancy Kimmons. Mary Kimmons d. shortly after Mollie's birth and Elisha must have died between the 1850 and 1860 census years.

Would like to know if the above McClellan family had any connection to the Scott or Kimmons families, since they appear to have been named Mollie's guardians. They are three dwellings away from Samuel Kimmons, age 63, m. Dorcas Pharr, who I am coming to believe may have been Mary Nancy Kimmons Scott's uncle. They were all in the Rocky River region of Cabarrus County. Samuel was a member of Rocky River Presbyterian, as were Elisha and Mary Nancy Kimmons Scott, but Elisha transferred out after his wife's death.

Any information would be appreciated.
Thanks,
Karen Dutton


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