Thank you! Here is what I am piecing together:
1880 Richford census: Hugh and Catherine McCluskey's son James, born 1876, married Lydia (aged 26 at time of census and whose parents were Canadian-born)had three children at this time.
Edward, age 5
Earnest, age 1
Elbert, age 1 (not sure if they are twins or born close together)
James is listed as a loc. engineer and Lydia as a Housekeeper.
The following Margaret and Mary are listed on the 1850 census in Hugh's family:
on the 1880 census, a Mary McCluskey aged 38, housekeeper, maybe one of Hugh and Catherine's, but probably a daughter-in-law. She is listed as married with a son age 4, but the son's name is illegible. Ba...
Margarita MCClosthey may also be one of Hugh and Catherine's children. She would have been around 26 years old when Mary Meigs was born.
Bernard and James served in the Civil War, infantry, Vermont, 7F, from 1862 to 1866. It's on the Vermont Civil War webpage.
An obit for John McCluskey, appears in the Civil War scrapbook webpage for Illinois, Hardin County. He is listed as born at Swanton Vermont July 21, 1848 and died July 27, 1922. He married Lucinda O'Neal, Sept 11, 1879. Her dates are listed as 1858-1938.
He served as corporal in the Civil War, 3rd New Hampshire Co B. He is buried with his wife in Stone Church Cemetery, Hardin County, IL. They have four children, Fred, James, Cora, and Kate.
I will send more later. Thanks for your info.
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