Register Report - 21 Dec 2001

 

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First Generation

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1. Alexander McClintock. Born 1733 in County Down, Ireland. Died 1803 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

Research: Alexander McClintock probably lived in Londonderry twp., Lancaster Co., PA, prior to living in Somerset Co., PA. He was married to Mary Esten in Lancaster Co. in 1767, when she was a resident of Derry twp. In 1770, he was probably the Alexander that was a tennant of Henry Kepple on the Salisbury twp. tax rolls. He also appears to have made a bill of sale out to John Whitehall of Salisbury the same year. From 1772 until 1779 Alexander appears on the tax rolls for Londonderry twp., Lancaster Co, and from 1778-1781 he is on the militia rolls.

 

There is another possible place of prior residence for Alexander, which is Guilford twp., Cumberland Co., PA. There was an Alexander McClintock there from 1767 until 1782. An article: Annals of the McClintocks in the Somervile, Pennsylvania Democrat, 26 Jul 1916, states that Alexander came from the area of Guilford twp., PA. One problem with this Alexander is the lack of any known Rev. war service. From Alexander's tombstone and family tradition, Alexander did serve in the Revolutionary War, as did his brother John buried right next to him. On John's tombstone is cited McCallom's Company, which was a Lancaster Co., unit. So at this time, it is more plausible that Alexander came from Lancaster Co., PA to Bedford/Somerset in about 1782-84.

 

Alexander lived in Hampshire Co., VA [now WV] for a short time from ca. 1779-1782. He appears on the 1782 tax roll for Hampshire. Alexander and Mary McClintock made a deed of their 189 acres on the North Fork of the Little Cacapeon over to John Pancake. Also appearing in the Hampshire Co. tax rolls for 1782-85 were John and Robert McClintock. This is probably the John McClintock who died in 1789 and is buried right next to Alexander in Somerset Co., PA. Robert is probably the one who moved back to West Pennsborough twp., Cumberland Co., PA, and died there in 1805. Robert also had dealings with the same Whitehill family as Alexander. There may have been some sort of relationship between the two families.

 

Alexander McClintock, Estate Abstract, No. 8 of 1803

Administration bond filed 11 June, 1803, residence Turkeyfoot Township. Administrators, Mary McClintock and John McClintock, bondsmen William McClintock and Robert McClintock. Administrators acct. to amount of inventory $338.50. To amount of sales exceeding inventory, $27.48. To amount of debts not included in inventory, $13.58. Total $379.56. To amount of disbursements, $406.69. Petition of John McClintock son and heir of Alexander McClintock for the valuation and partition of a plantation containing about 400 acres. Mentions the following heirs: widow Mary and issue even children: Robert, Jane now the wife of John Cunningham, William, Esther now the wife of Daniel Ross, Alexander, Abigail now the wife of James Wilkey, and John. Dated 11 June 1804.

 

Alexander was killed by a log accidently rolling over him, while he and others were clearing some land.

 

The descendants for Alexander McClintock and Mary Esten were researched over many years by many different people. Their collected work has produced one of the most complete McClintock lines in America. Some of these researchers are or were: Calvin McClintock's, History of the McClintock Family, 1959; Denise Chang: Jeffchg@cs.com; Hal Coleman: Hal_Coleman@juno.com; William McClintic: w.l.mcclintic@worldnet.att.net; and others.

 

Some additonal sources are: Pastorial records of Rev. John Casper Stoever: 3 Dec 1767 in which, Alexander McClunty m. Mary Aston of Derry twp. Will record of Alexander McClintock, Somerset Co., PA, 1803.

 

He married Mary Eston, 3 Dec 1767 in Lancaster Co., PA. Born Jun 1741.

They had the following children:

 

2 i. Robert McClintock

3 ii. Jane McClintock

4 iii. William McClintock

iv. Hettie McClintock; Born in PA.

 

She married Daniel Ross.

 

5 v. Abigail McClintock

6 vi. John McClintock

7 vii. Alexander McClintock

 

 


Second Generation

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2. Robert McClintock. Born 25 Dec 1770 in Lancaster Co., PA. Died 25 Feb 1837 in Addison twp., Somerset Co., PA.

 

Research: Will recorded in Somerset Co., PA, 1837, Will Book 3, p. 297.

Robert McClintock of Addison Twp. Wife: Rachel. Sons: Alexander and Mitchell (both under 21), John, and William; daughters: Abigail wife of Darrick Burd, Ellen (under 21), Margaret (under 21), Sally wife of Laughlin McNeil, Polly wife of James Silbaugh, and Betsy wife of Jonas Marker. Also mentioned grandson: William Jackson McClintock (under 21, son of his daughter Abigail), granddaughter: Joanna Himebaugh (under 21, daughter of his daughter, Betsy). Executors: wife Rachel, son Alexander, Bernard Connelly, Jr. and Henry L. Halbrook. Dated: 7 Jan 1837, proved 28 Mar 1837. Letters granted to Rachel and Alexander McClintock and Henry L. Halbrook.

 

He married Rachel Wilkins. Born Circa 1774.

They had the following children:

 

8 i. Alexander McClintock

9 ii. Mitchell McClintock

10 iii. Abigail McClintock

iv. Ellen McClintock; Born Circa 1820 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

She married Perry Mitchell.

 

v. Margaret McClintock; Born Mar 1824 in Somerset Co., PA. Died After 1900.

 

She married George Romesburg. Died After 1900.

 

vi. Sarah McClintock; Born Circa 1799 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 1870.

 

She married Laughlin McNeil.

 

vii. Polly McClintock; Born Circa 1809.

 

She married James Silbaugh, 17 Feb 1829.

 

11 viii. Elizabeth McClintock

12 ix. William McClintock

13 x. John McClintock

 

3. Jane McClintock. Born Circa 1772 in PA.

 

She married John Cunningham, Circa 1794. Born Circa 1774 in County Down, Ireland. Died 1841 in Somerset Co., PA. Buried in Old Paddytown Cemetery, Somerset Co., PA.

They had the following children:

 

i. Alexander Cunningham; Born Circa 1797 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 1886.

 

He first married Julian. Born Circa 1802.

 

He second married Susanna Foust, 1834. Born Circa 1804.

 

ii. James Cunningham; Born Circa 1795 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 1865.

 

He married Nancy McMillan. Born Circa 1797.

 

iii. William C. Cunningham; Born Circa 1800 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

He married Sidney Marretta. Born Circa 1803.

 

iv. Robert Cunningham; Born 1802/1805 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

He married Sarah Pinkerton.

 

v. Eston Cunningham; Born Circa 1813 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 23 May 1886.

 

He married Rachel McClintock. Born 1812. Died 1887.

 

vi. John Cunningham; Born 25 Apr 1806. Died 10 Nov 1875.

 

He married Elizabeth Marietta.

 

vii. Jane Cunningham;

 

She married Thomas Hanna, 6 Feb 1820.

 

viii. Elizabeth Cunningham; Born Circa 1797. Died 1817.

ix. Mary Cunningham;

 

She married Jacob Gower.

 

x. Margartet Cunningham;

 

She married Moses Justice.

 

xi. Martha Cunningham;

 

She married James Bays.

 

xii. Jacob Cunningham; Born 1800. Died 1887.

 

4. William McClintock. Born Circa 1775 in Lancaster Co., PA. Died 10 Jan 1838 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

Research: Research notes from Hal Coleman

Mr. Coleman sited a court case in 1830 in Somerset Co., PA involving some of William's sons.

 

Denise Chang put together a wonderful report on the McClintock-Hanna fight of 1830. A couple of William's sons were caught up in the brawl, along with some of his nephews. Here is a synopsis of Denise's findings.

 

The History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton Counties, Pennsylvania, 1884: Located near Harnedsville, the last of old stock Major Alexander Hanna died in 1881, age 79. Noted character in his day of a bright intellect and remarkable physical strength, he performed deeds of almost superhuman strength. He was a noted wrestler and though never aggressive, was a dangerous antagonist when excited. It is related of him that he once had a feud of many years standing with a family in Addison township. One day, the young men of the family, five in number, attacked him at a muster in 1828 and provoked a fight. The major handled the young men as though they were sticks, after one of them had cut him so badly that his entrails protruded. The wrangle was brought to a conclusion by some of the witnesses. When the national pike was being built, some young men who were jealous of the major's reputation and wished to test his courage, fastened a bear in a dark pen and dared Hanna to enter. He went in and when the bear attacked him, struck the animal with his fists and broke its jaw. Hanna served many years as Justice of the Peace and was also Major of Militia and Brigade Inspector. Major Hanna weighed 240 lbs. when 18 years old. Among other feats was the lifting of a casting weighing 1,400 lbs.

 

"Laurel Messenger," May, 1996: Alexander Hanna was appointed by the government as Inspector of the Militia for Fulton, Bedford and Somerset Counties, a force amounting to a brigade. He periodically traveled about, meeting with each of the militia units. This was done quarterly until 1845. Rudimentary drills were performed with makeshift uniforms and weapons. The summer muster became the social event of the year, with picnics and other entertainment. All men between 21 and 45 were required to attend the musters. At one such annual mustering in the evening of a summer day in 1830 in the front yard of Jacob King of Ursina, a famous fight occurred. There had been some trouble brewing in connection with the inspection. One of the McClintock boys had to be thrown over a fence for interfering with the drill. The boy came back and, on purpose, walked in the line of march. He was again ousted in the same way. It had been noticed after the drill by John, Alexander's brother, that the McClintocks were up to something. John warned his brother, advising him to leave. Alexander knew no fear. He could not have suspected that a knife was being whetted to spill his blood, as such methods of fighting were unthinkable. The fight started when Eston McClintock, the strongest in the clan, challenged Hanna to wrestle. He declined because he didn't want to soil his uniform. Eston insisted until Hanna finally consented. He swung McClintock once around and than laid him on the ground with the same ease a man would a boy. McClintock, infuriated, caught Hanna's pant leg and tore it at the knee. Hanna said, "There you have torn my trousers." This remark gave the five McClintock brothers excuse to get into the fight. Hanna soon gained his feet while the five were still clutching to him. Upon freeing himself he discovered he was wounded in several places by a knife, carried by John McClintock. This John was the son of William. One cut slashed open his abdomen and his bowels, part of which dropped to the ground. But he continued to defend himself with his sturdy right. His friends, seeing the fracas, came quickly to his rescue, but not until they had dispensed with some of the McClintocks who had formed a solid ring around Alexander. On being rescued he was taken into a house where he was first treated by Mrs. Hannah Hartzel. Later Dr. Phillip Muckenhaupt the preacher-doctor of Addison, PA, arrived. While the doctor and Mrs. Hartzel dressed him, the fight continued for some minutes until the McClintocks were overpowered. Some were arrested and imprisoned. Others fled the country, never to return. Eston was not arrested because he had fled. The early reports of this episode describe Muckenhaupt's surgery as being a half century in advance of his age. One report in describing the doctor's skill said, "Muckenhaupt was on hand, sober enough to exercise his keen judgment and wonderful skill." the intestines had collapsed and withered. They were covered with clotted blood and dirt. The doctor called for a pail of warm water. In this he placed the intestines and gently manipulated them until their circulation and lustre were restored. With clean linen cloths he cleaned them. One of the intestines had been entirely severed. He took an ordinary tallow candle, scraped it down to a circumference that accurately fit the caliber of the intestine, slipped the both ends of the intestine over the candle so that they met. Then with an ordinary needle and silk thread he united the intestine and sewed up the large wound. Alexander's iron constitution carried him through. He went on to live a long and productive life of 78 years.

 

Extracts from Somerset County, PA court documents:

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, whereas complaint hath been made to Bernard Connelly Jr. one of the Justices of the Peace in said county on oath of Alexander Hanna of Turkeyfoot township in the said county, yeoman on the 24th instant, who saith that on the evening of the 22nd instant, at the house of Jacob King in said township Eston McClintock of Addison township in said county assaulted and beat him on the side of the head and that Robert McClintock of William and John McClintock of William beat, abused and stabed him as said complainant verily believes with an intent to kill him; that Alexander McClintock of John presented a pistol to his breast and he believes also stabbed him, with intent to kill. And that he believes John McClintock of Robert encouraged and assisted the others in the above outrage and thinks they were all combined together to kill, maim or disable him...and that the said Eston McClintock, Robert McClintock of William, John McClintock of William, Alexander McClintock of John and John McClintock of of Robert of their wrath and malice towards the said Alexander Hanna and in their wicked rage and fury of their minds unlawfully and wickedly did take in their hands certain knives or other sharp instruments and with said knives or other sharp instruments did then and there cruelly and barbarously strike divers terrible grievous and dangerous blows on the breast belly and thighs and other parts of his body insomuch that his life was greatly despaired of with an intent against him the said Alexander Hanna then and there feloniously willfully and of their malice aforethought, to kill and murder and other wrongs to the said Alexander Hanna to the evil example of all other in tthe like case offending and assaulting the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. All were found not guilty.

 

He married Elizabeth Wilkins.

They had the following children:

 

14 i. Esten McClintock

15 ii. Mitchell McClintock

16 iii. Alexander McClintock

iv. Robert McClintock; Born Circa 1810 in Somerset Co., PA.

v. Rachel McClintock; Born Circa 1819 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 20 May 1890 in Elkhart Co., IN.

 

She married Elisha Frush.

 

vi. Abigail McClintock; Born Circa 1821 in Somerset Co., PA. Died After 1837 in Elkhart Co., IN.

 

She married Jacob Ruple.

 

vii. John McClintock; Born in Somerset Co., PA.

 

5. Abigail McClintock. Born 1782 in PA. Died 3 May 1855 in Somerset Co., PA. Buried in Addison Cemetery, Somerset Co., PA.

 

Research: Information on this family from Hal Coleman:

Hal_Coleman@juno.com

 

She married James Wilkins, son of Peter Wilkins , II & Margaret Mitchell. Born 1782 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 1 Oct 1860 in Somerset Co., PA. Buried in Addison Cemetery, Somerset Co., PA.

They had the following children:

 

i. Elizabeth Wilkins; Born in Somerset Co., PA.

 

She married Jacob Boyer.

 

ii. Margaret Wilkins; Born in Somerset Co., PA.

 

She married Otho Ream.

 

iii. Sarah Wilkins; Born Circa 1811 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

She married Andrew Ruple.

 

iv. Mary Ann Wilkins; Born 1824 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 7 Sep 1896.

 

She married Thomas Bird. Born 1815. Died 1 Nov 1907.

 

v. William Wilkins; Born 8 Mar 1810 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

He married Louisa Ream, 17 Nov 1833.

 

vi. Heila Wilkins;

 

She married Frederick Cupp.

 

vii. John Wilkins; Born 1820 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 16 Nov 1898.

 

He married Cynthia Flanagan. Born 1832.

 

viii. A Wilkins; Born 1825/1826 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 15 Dec 1853.

 

He married Mary Ann Van Bremen. Born 1829.

 

ix. Andrew Wilkins; Born 18 Feb 1814 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 22 Feb 1881.

 

He married Caroline Marker.

 

 

6. John McClintock. Born 4 Jul 1777 in PA. Died 4 Jul 1848 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

Research: From Denise Chang's notes: John took over his father's 436 acre farm in 1803. John had it patented with his other lands in 1836. His sons, Andrew and Mitchell bought 230 acres of it in 1855, after their father's death. They owned and occupied it still in 1876 according to Beers.

 

In 1855 in Somerset Co., PA deed book, vol. 27, pages 249-253, there are a series of quit claim deeds proving the names of John McClintock's children. There were two more quit claim deeds recorded in Somerset Co., PA records in 1853, Vol. 26, pages 160-161, listing the same heirs of John McClintock.

 

He married Jane Pinkerton. Born Circa 1785.

They had the following children:

 

17 i. James Y. McClintock

18 ii. Robert E.P. McClintock

iii. Mitchell McClintock; Born Circa 1826 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 25 Jun 1902.

 

He first married Highly Nicklow.

 

He second married Harriet Ringler.

 

19 iv. John E.P. McClintock

20 v. Alexander McClintock

21 vi. Eston E.P. McClintock

22 vii. Andrew E.P. McClintock

23 viii. William McClintock

ix. Margaret McClintock; Born Circa 1805 in Somerset Co., PA. Died Apr 1883.

x. Polly McClintock; Born in Somerset Co., PA.

 

She married Alexander McClintock.

 

xi. Jane McClintock; Born Circa 1820 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

She married Mitchell McClintock.

 

xii. Rachel McClintock; Born in Somerset Co., PA. Died 6 Dec 1887.

 

She married Eston Cunningham.

 

xiii. Highly McClintock; Born in Somerset Co., PA.

 

She married Lorenzo Dow McNair.

 

xiv. Sarah McClintock; Born Circa 1822.

 

7. Alexander McClintock. Born Circa 1783 in Somerset Co., PA. Died After 1860 in Henry Co., IA.

 

Research: Census Records:

1820 Owen Co., KY Alexander McClintick 100010-20010

1830 Bart. Co., IN Alexander McClintick 1010001-201001

1840 Henry Co, IA Alexander McClintock21100001-0020001

 

1850 Henry Co., IA

Alexander McClintock 63m VA Farmer $4,000

Catharine McClintock 48f VA

Abigail McClintock 21f IN

Ollivan McClintock 19f IN

Robert McClintock 17m IN

Mitchell McClintock 15m IN

Newton McClintock 13m IN

 

1860 Jefferson twp., Henry Co.,IA

Alexander McClintock 70m $800/$6,000 PA

Catharine McClintock 57f VA

N McClintock 22m $2,000/$400 IN

 

Portrait and Biographical Album of Henry County, Iowa, 1888, p. 321-322.

"Newton McClintic, a farmer residing on section 8, Jefferson Township, Henry Co., Iowa, was born in Bartholomew County, Indiana, June 11, 1836, and is the son of Alexander and Anca (Bates) McClintic. They were married in Kentucky, but Alexander was born in Pennsylvania, his wife being a native of the former State. The father of Alexander McClintick was also named Alexander McClintic, and Thomas Bates was the father of Anca Bates. On the paternal side the ancestors came from Ireland, and on the maternal side from Germany. The father of our subject, Alexander McClintic, was a soldier in the War of 1812 and drew a land warrant for 160 acres of land from the Government. But little history of either family can be given, as the father of our subject died when Alexander was a small boy, and Anca Bates came to Indiana from her native State with reltives, and as both are now deceased, the early history of the family died with them. They came to this State about 1839, entering a claim of one section of land, but later purchased several hundred acres more, amounting to about 1,100 acres in the whole farm, a part of which original entry ajoins that of our subject on the north. Daniel Eicher now owns the original tract upon which Alexander McClintic settled, and the homestead site is within easy view of where Newton now lives. During his lifetime Alexander and his sons improved at least 400 acres. Mrs. McClintic died about five years after she came to this county. She was a most estimable lady, and the mother of nine children; John, who wedded Elizabeth Barclow, resides in Washington County, Iowa; Jane, who married Lucas Covert, and remained in Indiana; Alex, deceased, wedded for his first wife May A. Lloyd, and for his second wife Harriet Pangborne, who after his death married Henry Neft, of this county, but now resides in Missouri; Abigail, deceased, married Henry Cohee, a resident physician of Rome, Iowa; she died at Mt. Pleasant in 1881. Olive A. became the wife of Robert Scott, a farmer of Plymouth County, Iowa; Robert, deceased, wedded Martha A. Custer, who after his death married Amos Moore, of Washington County, where they reside; Mitchell, deceased, married Hester Ann Custer, who now resides in Jefferson township."

 

War of 1812 Pensioners:

Alexander McClintock, Catharine, Old Warrant. Widow's file no. 16193, served in Cap. Stucker's Co., KY Militia.

 

US Land Office has two land patents for Alexander McClintick, resident of Owens Co., KY for 160 acres in Bartholomew Co., IN, dated 28 July 1823.

 

In Bartholomew Co., IN court records, there was an interesting exchange between Alexander McClintock and George Bellomy, taking place in 1836:

 

Alexander McClintock: "You are a damned horse thief and if you are not, clear yourself of the charge. For I have money, plenty to support my assertion. I hate to be whipped by a damned horse thief."

 

George Bellomy: " I am no horse thief. I never stole a horse in my life."

 

Alexander McClintock: "Gentlemen, take notice, there is a damned horse thief (pointing at Bellomy). Gentlemen guard your horses and lock your stable for he is a damned horse thief."

 

Alexander could not prove his allegation and was fined $75.00

 

He first married Elizabeth Worthington, Circa 1808.

They had the following children:

 

24 i. William McClintic

 

He second married Anca Bates, Circa 1815 in KY. Born Circa 1795 in KY. Died Circa 1844 in Henry Co., IA.

They had the following children:

 

i. John McClintic; Born in Owens Co., KY.

 

He married Elizabeth Ann Wise, 27 Jun 1839 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

25 ii. Mary Jane McClintock

iii. Alexander McClintic; Born Circa 1827 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

He first married May A. Lloyd, 7 Jan 1849 in Henry Co., IA.

 

He second married Harriet Pangborne, 1 May 1855 in Henry Co., IA.

 

iv. Abigail McClintic; Born Circa 1829 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 1881 in Mount Pleasant, IA.

 

She married Henry Cohee, 7 Dec 1852 in Henry Co., IA.

 

v. Olive A. McClintic; Born Circa 1831 in Bartholomew Co., IA.

 

She married Robert Scott, 29 Jan 1852 in Henry Co., IA.

 

vi. Robert McClintic; Born Circa 1833 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

He married Martha A. Custer.

 

vii. Mitchell McClintic; Born Circa 1835 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

He married Hester Ann Custer.

 

26 viii. Newton McClintic

 

He third married Catharine Morris, 11 May 1848 in Henry Co., IA. Born Circa 1803 in VA.

 

 


Third Generation

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8. Alexander McClintock. Born Circa 1820 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

Research: Addison twp., Somerset Co., PA census

 

He married Polly McClintock. Born Circa 1812.

They had the following children:

 

i. M. McClintock; Born Circa 1842 in Somerset Co., PA.

ii. Adaline McClintock; Born Circa 1843 in Somerset Co., PA.

iii. James McClintock; Born Circa 1844 in Somerset Co., PA.

iv. Jefferson McClintock; Born Circa 1845 in Somerset Co., PA.

v. Van Buren McClintock; Born Circa 1844 in Somerset Co., PA.

vi. Andrew McClintock; Born Circa 1843 in Somerset Co., PA.

vii. Charles McClintock; Born Circa 1841 in Somerset Co., PA.

viii. Marcellus McClintock; Born Circa 1852.

ix. Mary McClintock; Born Circa 1854.

 

9. Mitchell McClintock. Born Circa 1816 in Somerset Co., PA. Died After 1860.

 

He married Jane McClintock.

They had the following children:

 

i. Mitchell McClintock; Born Circa 1839.

ii. Elelsea McClintock; Born Circa 1843.

iii. Westley McClintock; Born Circa 1846.

iv. Emily McClintock; Born Circa 1850.

 

10. Abigail McClintock. Born 23 Dec 1812 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 29 May 1837.

 

Research: Wendell Burd Family Bible

Drowned together with her daughter Poley

 

She married Derrick Burd, 23 Apr 1830.

They had the following children:

 

i. Margaret Burd; Born 1831 in 1831.

ii. Alexander Burd; Born 1833.

iii. Poley Burd; Born 1835/1837. Died 29 May 1837.

 

11. Elizabeth McClintock. Born 1803 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

She first married Jonas Marker.

 

Research: Moved to Nobel Co., IN about 1846

Information from Robert McClintock's will, 1837 and a letter from Livengood.

 

They had the following children:

 

i. Alexander Marker;

ii. Rachel Marker;

iii. Francis Marker;

iv. Mathias Marker;

v. Jacob Marker;

vi. James Marker;

 

She second married John Hiembaugh.

 

Research: drowned in Casselman River, he was Betsy's first husband

 

They had the following children:

 

i. Hannah Hiembaugh; Died 1861 in Noble Co., IN.

 

12. William McClintock. Born 10 Aug 1804 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 23 Sep 1863 in Rossville, Allamakee Co., IA.

 

He married Elizabeth Pinkerton, 4 May 1830.

They had the following children:

 

i. Elisha McClintock; Born Circa 1831.

ii. Robert Jackson McClintock; Born Circa 1833.

iii. James McClintock; Born Circa 1840.

iv. Archibald McClintock; Born Circa 1837.

v. Jo Anna McClintock; Born Circa 1842.

vi. Frederick McClintock; Born Circa 1844.

vii. Levi McClintock; Born Circa 1845.

viii. Lucinda McClintock; Born Circa 1847.

ix. Eliza McClintock; Born Circa 1850.

 

13. John McClintock. Born in Somerset Co., PA.

 

Research: Per Denise Chang:

John probably died by 1850 and three of his children:

William, Robert and Catherine all eventually move to Westmoreland Co., PA, near W. Newton.

John did not marry Jemimah, as she and her father sued John for fornification, Somerset Co. Records, Vol. 3, case 249. John K. was claimed by the family and raised by John's parents.

 

John K McClintock's mother was Jemima Rugg

 

He first married .

They had the following children:

 

27 i. John K. McClintock

 

He second married Sarah Silbaugh, Circa 1832.

They had the following children:

 

28 i. William McClintock

29 ii. Robert S. McClintock

iii. Catherine McClintock; Born Circa 1839.

 

She married Jesse Findley.

 

iv. Rachel McClintock; Born Circa 1836. Died 25 Mar 1861.

 

She married George Lenhart, 28 Dec 1854.

 

v. Martha Jane McClintock; Born Circa 1834.

 

She married .

 

vi. Elizabeth McClintock; Born Circa 1832.

vii. Alexander McClintock; Born Circa 1847.

 

14. Esten McClintock. Born 26 Apr 1808 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 27 Jun 1856 in Turkey Creek twp., Kos. Co., IN.

 

He married Mary Ruple, daughter of John Ruple & Elizabeth. Born 17 May 1807 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 9 May 1896.

They had the following children:

 

i. Abigail McClintock; Born Circa 1830 in PA.

ii. Elizabeth McClintock; Born Circa 1833 in Kosciusko Co., IN.

iii. William McClintock; Born Circa 1835 in Kosciusko Co., IN.

iv. John McClintock; Born Circa 1836 in Kosciusko Co., IN.

v. Lucinda McClintock; Born Circa 1839 in Kosciusko Co., IN.

vi. Margaret McClintock; Born 16 Mar 1841 in Turkey Creek twp., Kosciusko Co., IN. Died 28 Apr 1924.

 

She married William Harvey Kincaide, 23 Dec 1860.

 

vii. Andrew Mitchell McClintock; Born Circa 1842 in Kosciusko Co., IN.

viii. Mary M. McClintock; Born Circa 1846 in Kosciusko Co., IN.

ix. Julia A. McClintock; Born Circa 1850 in Kosciusko Co., IN.

x. Aaron McClintock; Born Circa 1853 in Kosciusko Co., IN.

 

15. Mitchell McClintock. Born 12 Mar 1799 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 1846 in Elkhart Co., IN.

 

Research: This was Mitchell's first wife, she was granted a divorce from him in 1828 for abandonment for 2 years.

 

Laura Bryant did the research on Mitchell's descendants, email: lbryant@foothill.net

 

He first married Huldah Mitchell, Circa 1820.

They had the following children:

 

i. Elizabeth McClintock; Born 1 May 1824 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 5 Feb 1892 in IN.

 

She married William Wilkerson.

 

 

He second married Margaret Rupel, Circa 1826.

They had the following children:

 

i. Mary McClintock; Born 10 Aug 1828 in PA.

 

She married William Paugh, 15 Mar 1846 in Elkhart Co., IN.

 

ii. Olive McClintock; Born 14 Jan 1831 in PA.

 

She married Murphy.

 

iii. Julia Ann McClintock; Born 12 Sep 1836 in IN.

iv. Eston McClintock; Born 2 Nov 1840 in IN. Died 7 May 1928 in Wakarusa, Elkhart Co., IN. Buried in Olive Cemetery, Wakarusa, IN.

 

He married Barbara Nusbaum, 26 Apr 1863 in Elkhart Co., IN.

 

v. Laviney McClintock; Born 24 Apr 1842 in Elkhart Co., IN.

vi. Sylvester McClintock;

vii. Oliver McClintock;

viii. Henry McClintock;

ix. George McClintock;

x. Frances McClintock;

xi. Charles McClintock;

xii. Viola McClintock;

 

16. Alexander McClintock. Born Circa 1798 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

He married Olla.

They had the following children:

 

i. Mary McClintock; Born Circa 1825 in Somerset Co., IN.

ii. Isaac McClintock; Born Circa 1840 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

17. James Y. McClintock. Born Circa 1820 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 1901.

 

He married Rachel Cunningham.

They had the following children:

 

i. Westley McClintock; Born Circa 1845 in Somerset Co., PA.

ii. Ross McClintock; Born Circa 1847 in Somerset Co., PA.

iii. Sarah J. McClintock; Born Circa 1849 in Somerset Co., PA.

iv. John McClintock; Born 1857.

v. William McClintock; Born Circa 1855.

vi. Rachel McClintock; Born Circa 1856.

vii. Mary McClintock; Born Circa 1856.

viii. James McClintock;

ix. Levi McClintock;

 

18. Robert E.P. McClintock. Born 8 Jul 1809 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 20 May 1884 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

Research: According to the Younkin Family Notebook, Robert fathered Anna Maria Younkin by Susan Younkin.

 

Deed, dated 11 Jul 1885, in Vol. 67, p. 530, Somerset Co., PA, from Jonas McClintock et al. to Elijah R. McClintock, lists the heirs of Robert E.P. McClintock.

 

He married Evaline McNair. Born Circa 1820.

They had the following children:

 

i. Jonas McClintock; Born Circa 1843 in Somerset Co., Pa.

 

He married Caroline.

 

30 ii. David McClintock

iii. Cynthia McClintock; Born Circa 1847 in Somerset Co., PA.

iv. John McClintock; Born Circa 1848 in Somerset Co., PA.

v. Stephen McClintock; Born Circa 1853.

 

He married Laura.

 

vi. Lucinda McClintock; Born Circa 1846.

 

She married Jeremiah Silbaugh.

 

 

19. John E.P. McClintock. Born 10 Sep 1807 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 15 Jul 1892.

 

Research: Will of John E.P. McClintock, mentions his wife, Lydia to have the farm during her lifetime. Gives one dollar to his son, Elijah F. and one dollar to his daughter, Catherine Glotfelty, wills to grandchildren, children of Elijah F. McClintock: Charles F. A., Minerva, Martin L., Tillie S., Theodore, Annie, Elmer G., Scott, Mary E., Maggie and John H. E.

 

He married Lydia Findley. Born Circa 1818.

They had the following children:

 

i. Catherine McClintock; Born 1836 in Somerset Co., PA.

31 ii. Elijah McClintock

iii. Levi McClintock; Born Circa 1845 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

20. Alexander McClintock. Born Circa 1805 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 24 Feb 1868 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

Research: Information from Denise Chang: "John (1777) had a son, Alexander, also known as 'Buck Alex' who married Nancy Nichols. They had 10 kids, four of whom died of scarlet fever. The remaining children were John, Robert, Mathias, Polly, Margaret, and Sarah Ann. Source: EF McClintock, grandson of John K. McClintock. This Alexander was a militia captain in 1829 - a rival militia to Alexander Hanna's. He appears in the 1830 census and the 1850 census for Addison as well as the 1860 census. Alexander and wife Nancy of Somerset are identified as John's son in an 1853 land deed. This Alexander was found dead in a ditch February 24, 1868 with a whiskey bottle in his hand. He was frozen to death."

 

He married Nancy Nichols. Born Circa 1803 in PA.

They had the following children:

 

i. Robert McClintock; Born Circa 1830 in Somerset Co., PA.

ii. Forward McClintock; Born Circa 1834 in Somerset Co., PA.

32 iii. Mathias McClintock

iv. C McClintock; Born Circa 1841 in Somerset Co., PA.

v. James McClintock; Born Circa 1845 in Somerset Co., PA.

33 vi. Sarah Ann McClintock

34 vii. John McClintock

viii. Polly McClintock;

ix. Margaret McClintock;

 

21. Eston E.P. McClintock. Born Circa 1825 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

He married Harriet Dwyer. Born Circa 1832.

They had the following children:

 

i. Joseph McClintock; Born Circa 1850 in Somerset Co., PA.

ii. Harriet McClintock; Born Circa 1853.

iii. Corinda McClintock; Born Circa 1851.

iv. Rachel McClintock; Born Circa 1855.

v. Jane McClintock;

vi. Celina McClintock;

vii. Florence McClintock;

 

22. Andrew E.P. McClintock. Born Circa 1827 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 14 Feb 1891.

 

He married Catherine Sterner.

They had the following children:

 

i. Amanda McClintock; Born Circa 1852.

ii. Beauregard McClintock;

 

23. William McClintock. Died Circa 1845 in Mercer or Somerset Cos., PA.

 

Research: Estate papers of William P. McClintock, 1845, Somerset Co., PA Will dated 6 Mar 1845, Thomas liston appointed guardian of children: Mary Jane, Sarah Ann, Josiah. Catherine is listed as his widow. Robert E.P. and Alexander McClintock administrators.

 

He married Catherine Ringer.

They had the following children:

 

35 i. Josiah McClintock

ii. Alfred McClintock;

iii. Mary Ann McClintock;

iv. Sarah Ann McClintock;

 

24. William McClintic. Born 9 Dec 1809 in Cincinatti, OH. Died 25 Jun 1891 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

Research: The research on this line comes from William McClintic, w.l.mcclintic@worldnet.att.net; and from Hal Coleman, Hal_Coleman@juno.com.

 

Bartholomew Co., IN Atlas: "McClintic, William, P.O. Newbern, Sec. 10, son of Alexander McClintock, a native of Somerset Co., PA and Elizabeth Worthington, a native of Ohio, he was born at Cincinnati, OH, Dec. 9 1809, settled in this township with his parents on 10 Mar 1822.

 

He married Barbara Anna Jones, 26 Feb 1830 in Decatur Co., IN. Born Circa 1813 in GA. Died Dec 1870 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

They had the following children:

 

36 i. Daniel McClintic

ii. John T. McClintic; Born 9 Sep 1834 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 11 Jan 1913 in IN. Buried in Hartsville College Cemetery, Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

He married Nancy Jane Williams. Born 25 Oct 1836 in Decatur Co., IN. Died 30 Jul 1924 in Decatur Co., IN. Buried in Hartsville College Cemetery, Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

iii. Emeline McClintic; Born 31 Aug 1832 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 16 Nov 1912 in IN.

 

She married John Brown, 8 Apr 1860 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Born 8 Jul 1826 in Cavan Co., Ireland. Died 13 Oct 1898 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

iv. James A. McClintic; Born 1837 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

He married Mary Brown, 17 Mar 1864 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Born Circa 1843.

 

v. Hamilton McClintic; Born 27 Sep 1838 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 11 Feb 1879 in Shelby Co., IN. Buried in Sullivan Cemetery, Shelby Co., IN.

 

Research: Served in the Civil War in Co. D, 33 Regiment of Indiana Vol.

 

 

He married Sarah E. Kemp, 30 Dec 1860 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Born 28 Dec 1847 in Butler Co., OH. Died 28 Dec 1891 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Buried in Newbern Cemetery, Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

vi. Martin McClintic; Born 15 Apr 1841 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 20 May 1932 in Lewis Creek, IN. Buried in Flat Rock Cemetery, Shelby Co., IN.

 

He first married Mary Elizabeth Holland, 9 Sep 1865 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Born 21 Mar 1848 in IN. Died 17 Dec 1896 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Buried in Newbern Cemetery, Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

He second married Mary Beeler, 8 Apr 1906 in Shelby Co., IN. Born 11 Apr 1847 in Shelby Co., IN.

 

vii. David McClintic; Born 4 Dec 1843 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 1922 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Buried in Newbern Cemetery, Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

Research: History of Bartholomew Co., IN

"David is the seventh child of William and Barbara (Jones) McClintic, natives of Kentucky and Florida, respectively. He passed the years of his youth and early manhood on his father's farm in Clifty Township, and received a good English education in the common schools, which he attended at intervals during his minority. He entered the army in 1863, enlisting in Co. A, 120th Indiana Inf., which he served until honorably discharged in May of 1865. His military experience embraced some of the hardest battles of the war including 118 consecutive days fighting at Atlanta, GA, the engagement at Franklin, TN, and numerous others, in all of which he acquitted himself as a brave soldier and a true patriot. After marriage Mr. and Mrs. McClintic settled upon a farm in Section 16, Clifty Township, where they have since resided. They are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church and have enjoyed confidence and esteem of all who know them. Mr. McClintic belongs to Fraternity Masonic Lodge No. 547, Hartsville, and is an active member of the GAR, belonging to J.L. Chittenden Post No. 447."

 

 

He first married Sarh Ellen McWhinney, 19 Aug 1865 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Born 13 Jun 1843. Died 5 Jul 1917 in Newbern, IN. Buried in Newbern Cemetery, Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

He second married Sarah E. Spurlin, 4 Mar 1919 in Shelby Co., IN. Born 3 Nov 1865 in Shelby Co., IN.

 

He third married Helen, 12 Jun 1920.

 

viii. Martha E. McClintic; Born 12 May 1846 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died Feb 1869.

 

She married Joel Patterson, 24 Aug 1867 in Shelby Co., IN.

 

ix. Elisha McClintic; Born 18 Mar 1848 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 15 Jan 1921 in Shelby Co., IN. Buried in Patterson Cemetery, Shelby Co., IN.

 

He married Amanda E. Peck, 24 Sep 1874 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

x. Samuel McClintic; Born 24 Jun 1850 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 28 Apr 1922 in Hartsville, IN. Buried in Newbern Cemetery, Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

He married Laura J. Harry, 3 Dec 1876 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Born 22 Mar 1856 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 6 Dec 1936 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

xi. Jane McClintic; Born 11 Nov 1852 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

She first married Elijah Jackson, 5 Feb 1874 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

She second married Herndon.

 

 

25. Mary Jane McClintock. Born 22 Feb 1818 in Owens Co., KY. Died 10 May 1885 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Buried in Newbern Cemetery, Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

She married Lucas C. Covert, 27 Mar 1836 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Born 27 Mar 1809 in Clark Co., IN. Died 23 Apr 1894 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Buried in Newbern Cemetery, Bartholomew Co., IN.

They had the following children:

 

i. Lucas C. Covert , Jr.; Born 10 Aug 1842 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 25 Dec 1919 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

He married Rhoda Anne Jones, 18 Mar 1866 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Born 12 Nov 1844 in Decatur Co., IN. Died 1938 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

ii. Henry L. Covert; Born Circa 1845 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

iii. Mary E. Covert; Born 26 Feb 1848 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

She married James S. Brown, 15 Feb 1866 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

iv. Martin M. Covert; Born 24 Dec 1849 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

He married Jane S. Mahaffey, 30 May 1871 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

v. Olivan Covert; Born 20 Dec 1836 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 24 Mar 1841 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

vi. Rachel Covert; Born 5 Aug 1838 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 14 Oct 1847 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

vii. Sarah Jane Covert; Born 14 Feb 1852 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

She married James Elliot, 25 Oct 1868 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

viii. Alexander Covert; Born 9 Mar 1855 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

26. Newton McClintic. Born 11 Jun 1836 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

Research: Portrait and Biographical Album of Henry County, Iowa, 1888, p. 321-322. Newton "was the youngest of the family. In Henry County he was reared, educated, married and resides. He early learned to clear the brushy lands, and many broad acres has he grubbed and plowed in making ready for the first crop. He has witnessed since boyhood the building of the towns and cities, the railroads, and the development of almost the entire county has been accomplished in his day. He remembers distinctly, when a boy, the Indian tribes that for many years had hunted over the prairies and through the woods, fished in the streams, and, though dispossessed by the whites, yet gave the new-comers a fairly cordial welcome and never molested their property. Since his marriage Mr. McClintic has resided upon a farm. A handsome country residence was erected in 1879. One hundred acres of land bring Mr. McClintic a comfortable income, and they live in the cosy style which delights those of taste and culture. Mr. McClintic has long been connected with the School Board and is greatly interested in the cause of education. To such families much praise is due, they having done much to elevate the moral and social world in chich they live."

 

He married Ann R. Kurtz, 13 Oct 1860 in Henry Co., IA.

They had the following children:

 

37 i. Margaret McClintic

ii. Marietta McClintic;

iii. Anna M. McClintic;

iv. Susie McClintic;

v. Abbie McClintic;

vi. Angeline McClintic;

vii. Eva J. McClintic;

viii. John N. McClintic;

 

 


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27. John K. McClintock. Born 15 Feb 1830. Died 17 Mar 1891 in Addison twp., Somerset Co., PA.

 

Research: Will of John K. McClintock, dated 1 Dec 1890, Somerset Co., PA, gives to son Cyrus a tract of land known as the Gower tract, containing 125 acres. This is provided that Cyrus paid certain amounts of money to the following heirs: James F. Gower, Maggie C. McClintock, Rachel Younkin, Emma Keslar, Mary McClintock, N. B. McClintock, David M. McClintock, Charley M. McClintock, Jacob McClintock, and Eli McClintock. He gave to Harvey W. McClintock and Sylvania McClintock 25 acres of Gower tract and the tract which he then lived upon. His unspecified personal property was to be sold and proceeds to be given to: Cyrus, Maggie C., Charley M., Harvey W. and Sylvania McClintock. Appointed Stephen McClintock of Addison Twp. to be his executor. Witnesses: Albert McClintock and John A. Lessley.

 

He first married Mary Ann Growall.

They had the following children:

 

38 i. Norman B. McClintock

39 ii. Mary McClintock

iii. Emily McClintock; Born Circa 1853. Died 1923.

 

She married William Keslar.

 

iv. Rachel McClintock; Born 3 Jun 1855 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 10 Apr 1922.

 

She married William Henry Younkin.

 

v. Hulda McClintock; Buried in Lanark, IL.

 

She married Martin Luther Goff.

 

40 vi. Jacob McClintock

vii. Louvena McClintock; Born 10 Oct 1863 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 26 Sep 1905.

 

She married Christopher Wilson Swarner.

 

41 viii. Eli McClintock

 

He second married Phoebe Heinbaugh.

They had the following children:

 

42 i. Cyrus McClintock

ii. Maggie McClintock; Born 14 Jan 1869 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 1 Jun 1937.

 

She married Beauregard Tressler.

 

iii. Eliza McClintock; Born 29 Jan 1871 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 25 Dec 1887.

43 iv. David J. McClintock

44 v. Charles M. McClintock

45 vi. William Harvey McClintock

vii. Sylvania McClintock; Born 15 Mar 1884 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 5 Jul 1965.

 

She married Porter Gower.

 

 

28. William McClintock. Born Circa 1842 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 1911. Buried in Fells Church Cemetery, Westmoreland Co., PA.

 

He married Sabina Pierce.

They had the following children:

 

i. Harry P. McClintock;

ii. Norval L. McClintock;

iii. Elizabeth McClintock;

iv. Avery McClintock;

v. Maude McClintock;

vi. Mary McClintock;

vii. Dora McClintock;

viii. Edna McClintock;

ix. Margaret McClintock;

x. John F. McClintock;

 

He married Iryl Jackson.

 

xi. Frank D. McClintock;

xii. Samuel F. McClintock;

xiii. Alfred G. McClintock;

 

29. Robert S. McClintock. Born Circa 1834 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 5 Jun 1907. Buried in Fells Church Cemetery, Westmoreland Co., PA.

 

He married Charlotte Burgess, daughter of William Burgess. Born 1836 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 1888.

They had the following children:

 

i. William McClintock;

ii. Cynthia McClintock;

iii. Charles S. McClintock;

iv. Mary McClintock;

v. Elizabeth McClintock;

46 vi. Milton Howard McClintock

47 vii. Robert E. McClintock

viii. Florence McClintock;

ix. Duella McClintock;

 

30. David McClintock. Born 7 Jan 1844 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

Research: Compendium of History, Reminiscence and biography of Nebraska, p. 463. McClintock, David who resides on section twenty-six, township twenty-four, range seven, in Antelope county, Nebraska, is one of the oldest settlers in the valley, and has done his full share in the betterment of conditions throughout the community in which he lives, on every hand he is named as a successful farmer and good citizen. A view of the family residence is presented on another page. Mr. McClintock was born January 7, 1844, in Somerset county, Pennsylvania. His father, Robert McClintock, was born July 8, 1809, in Pennsylvania, and died May 20, 1884. His mother was Evelyn McNair before her marriage to our subject's father, and was born in Pennsylvania; her father came from Pennsylvania, but their ancestors came from Ireland. Great Grandfather McClintock served in the revolutionary war and participated in the battle of Bunker Hill. On July 4, 1871, Mr. McClintock was united in marriage to Miss Minirva Handby, and they are the parents of six children, whose names are as follows: John Ashley, Josia Robert, Merva, who was born 1876, died in 1877; David, married to Ida Troxell; August and Susie. David McClintock moved from Pennsylvania to Wst Liberty, Iowa, in 1864 returning a short time later to Pennsylvania; and then back to West Liberty, Iowa, where he remained one year. He then worked as a carpenter in Polk and Warren counties, Iowa, being married at Norwalk, Warren county, Iowa, in 1871. In 1872, Mr. McClintock with his family came to Nebraska, settling in Antelope county. They drove from Somerset, Warren county, Iowa, where our subject had lived for four years. They drove the finest team of horses that had come to Antelope county up to that time. After arriving here, Mr. McClintock took up a homestead claim in section twenty-six, township twenty-four, range seven, where he built a dugout and lived for nine years. In 1881 he sold out and moved to California and from thence to Pennsylvania. He then bought the northwest quarter of section twenty-six, township twenty-four, range seven, from his brother and immediately returned to Nebraska and settled where he now lives. Here the McCintock family experienced as many if not more hardships and dangers than any of the old settlers who came to the western frontier, on account of their early coming to this country. Their nearest market place was at Columbus, seventy miles distant, and Yankton, eighty miles away which was a river town. They suffered many losses and hardships through grasshopper raids, during the years of 1873-74 and 1875; during the blizzards of 1873 and 1888; hot winds that destroyed all their crops; and they fought prairie fires many times to save their home and possessions. On October 15, 1878, in the effort to save his home Mr. McClintock had a narrow escape and was severely burned, losing all the hair off his head and face. The fire burned right up to the house, but he with several neighbors put up a gallant fight and by back-firing they saved the home. Mrs. McClintock was the first white woman to settle in this section of Antelope county.

 

He married Minirva Handby, 4 Jul 1871 in Norwalk, Warren Co., IA.

They had the following children:

 

i. John Ashley McClintock;

ii. Josia Robert McClintock;

iii. Merva McClintock; Born 1876. Died 1877.

iv. David McClintock;

 

He married Ida Troxell.

 

v. August McClintock;

vi. Susie McClintock;

 

31. Elijah McClintock. Born Circa 1841 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

 

Children:

 

i. Charles F. A. McClintock;

ii. Minerva McClintock;

iii. Martin L. McClintock;

iv. Tillie S. McClintock;

v. Theodore McClintock;

vi. Annie McClintock;

vii. Elmer G. McClintock;

viii. Scott McClintock;

ix. Mary E. McClintock;

x. Maggie McClintock;

xi. John H. E. McClintock;

 

32. Mathias McClintock. Born Circa 1838 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

Research: 1900 census, Logan twp., Mitchell Co., KS, ED 82, Sheet 6

 

He married Mary E.. Born Jan 1848 in PA.

They had the following children:

 

i. Silas R. McClintock; Born Apr 1877 in PA.

ii. Lilly M. McClintock; Born Jan 1880 in PA.

iii. Chester A. McClintock; Born Aug 1882 in PA.

 

33. Sarah Ann McClintock. Born Circa 1847 in Somerset Co., PA. Died in Kingfisher Co., OK.

 

She married Luteleisa Davis. Born Circa 1848 in PA.

 

Research: 1880 census, Henry Clay twp., Fayette Co., PA

 

They had the following children:

 

i. Manda Davis; Born Circa 1870 in PA.

ii. Isaac Davis; Born Circa 1871 in PA.

iii. Matthias Davis; Born Circa 1875 in PA.

iv. Sophia Davis; Born Circa 1878 in PA.

v. Annabel Davis; Born Circa 1880 in PA.

vi. Mary Etta Davis; Born 9 Dec 1881 in PA.

 

34. John McClintock. Born Circa 1825 in PA.

 

Research: 1850 census, Addison twp., Somerset Co., PA

Tax records of Addison twp., Somerset Co., PA identify his father as Alexander McClintock between 1847 and 1850.

 

He married E, Circa 1847. Born Circa 1827 in PA.

They had the following children:

 

i. Eliza McClintock; Born Circa 1848 in Somerset Co., PA.

ii. James Y. McClintock; Born Circa 1849 in Somerset Co., PA.

 

35. Josiah McClintock. Born Circa 1841.

 

He married Belinda Silbaugh.

They had the following children:

 

i. Catherine McClintock; Born 1871. Died 1917.

ii. Susie G. McClintock; Born 1873. Died 1955.

iii. Calvin A. McClintock; Born 1877. Died 1946.

iv. Etta McClintock;

 

She married Harry Leydig.

 

v. Jesse McClintock;

vi. Lloyd McClintock; Born 1866 in 1936.

 

He married Dora S. Wilkins. Born 1870. Died 1939.

 

vii. Russell McClintock; Died 1959.

 

He married Louvena Keslar. Died 1959.

 

 

36. Daniel McClintic. Born 23 Apr 1831 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 26 Oct 1894 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Buried in Newbern Cemetery, Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

He first married Caroline B. Meyers, 9 Mar 1856. Born 15 Feb 1835 in OH. Died 3 Aug 1864 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

They had the following children:

 

i. Letha E. McClintic; Born 1 Jan 1857 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

She married Levi C. Burge, Feb 1874.

 

ii. George B. McClellan McClintic; Born 16 Sep 1862 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Died 18 Mar 1863 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

He second married Julia Ann Patterson, 5 Jan 1868 in Shelby Co., IN. Born 6 Oct 1847 in Shelby Co., IN. Died 5 Jul 1929 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

They had the following children:

 

i. Ida McClintic; Born 15 Jan 1869 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

ii. Homer McClintic; Born 27 Aug 1872 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

iii. Walter McClintic; Born 22 Feb 1875 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

iv. Daniel W. McClintic; Born 13 Mar 1877 in Bartholomew Co., IN.

 

37. Margaret McClintic.

 

She married Isaac Van Wagenen.

They had the following children:

 

i. James Van Wagenen;

ii. Alva N. Van Wagenen;

iii. Anna Van Wagenen;

 

 


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38. Norman B. McClintock. Born 16 Jun 1850 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 26 Dec 1926.

 

He married Mary Jane Loop.

They had the following children:

 

48 i. David Ross McClintock

ii. John Hiram McClintock

49 iii. Albert Porter McClintock

 

39. Mary McClintock. Born 20 Nov 1852 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 9 Nov 1903.

 

She married Wesley McClintock.

They had the following children:

 

i. Bruce McClintock

ii. Robert Ross McClintock

iii. Samantha McClintock

iv. Etta McClintock

v. Alice McClintock

vi. Maggie McClintock

vii. J. Wesley McClintock

viii. Elmer McClintock

 

40. Jacob McClintock. Born 6 Feb 1860. Died 1930.

 

He married Annie Culler.

They had the following children:

 

i. Evaline McClintock

ii. Lewis H. McClintock

iii. Elias McClintock

iv. George McClintock

v. Dora B. McClintock

vi. Lorena McClintock

vii. Mahlon McClintock

viii. Laura McClintock

 

41. Eli McClintock. Born 10 Dec 1865 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 12 Jan 1898.

 

He married Mary Catherin Roberts.

They had the following children:

 

i. Etta E. McClintock

ii. Clarence A. McClintock

iii. Walter J. McClintock

iv. Ora M. McClintock

 

42. Cyrus McClintock. Born 19 May 1867 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 10 Oct 1960.

 

He married Jennie Van Sickle.

They had the following children:

 

i. Lillie McClintock

ii. Clyde McClintock

iii. Roy McClintock

iv. Sallie McClintock

v. Alice McClintock

vi. Gilden McClintock

vii. Dorsey McClintock

 

43. David J. McClintock. Born 29 Jun 1873.

 

He married Sallie Conn.

They had the following children:

 

i. Frank McClintock

ii. Chester McClintock

 

44. Charles M. McClintock. Born 29 Jan 1877 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 19 Nov 1947.

 

He married Barbara Ellen Roberts. Born 4 Dec 1875. Died 24 Nov 1934.

They had the following children:

 

i. Ralph McClintock

ii. Ethel R. McClintock

iii. Calvin L. McClintock

iv. Florence E. McClintock

v. Claude R. McClintock

vi. Ruby V. McClintock

vii. Charles Rodney McClintock

viii. Fred Roberts McClintock

 

45. William Harvey McClintock. Born 26 Mar 1880 in Somerset Co., PA. Died 26 Nov 1948.

 

He married Eva May Brahm.

They had the following children:

 

i. Stanley A. McClintock

ii. Verne McClintock

iii. Vera McClintock

iv. Wilma Grace McClintock

 

46. Milton Howard McClintock. Born 26 Sep 1868 in Westmoreland Co., PA. Died 21 May 1890.

 

He married Mary Ada McCoy, daughter of James McCoy & Margaret, 21 May 1890. Born 27 Jul 1869 in Connellsville, PA.

They had the following children:

 

i. Lillian Gertrude McClintock

ii. Ruth Charlotte McClintock

iii. Howard Ray McClintock

iv. Edgar Melvin McClintock

v. Sarah Leona McClintock

vi. Margaret Kathryn McClintock

vii. Ernest Merle McClintock

viii. Mary Elizabeth McClintock

 

47. Robert E. McClintock. Born 10 Jan 1879 in Fayette Co., PA. Died 18 Aug 1904.

 

He married Sadie A. Malone, daughter of John W. Malone & Mary A., 18 Aug 1904. Born in West Newton, PA.

They had the following children:

 

i. William Emmett McClintock

ii. Walter Clyde McClintock

iii. Raymond Franklin McClintock

iv. Calvin Haremcame McClintock

 

 


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Burd, Alexander, child of 10

Burd, Margaret, child of 10

Burd, Poley, child of 10

Covert, Alexander, child of 25

Covert, Henry L., child of 25

Covert, Lucas C. , Jr., child of 25

Covert, Martin M., child of 25

Covert, Mary E., child of 25

Covert, Olivan, child of 25

Covert, Rachel, child of 25

Covert, Sarah Jane, child of 25

Cunningham, Alexander, child of 3

Cunningham, Elizabeth, child of 3

Cunningham, Eston, child of 3

Cunningham, Jacob, child of 3

Cunningham, James, child of 3

Cunningham, Jane, child of 3

Cunningham, John, child of 3

Cunningham, Margartet, child of 3

Cunningham, Martha, child of 3

Cunningham, Mary, child of 3

Cunningham, Robert, child of 3

Cunningham, William C., child of 3

Davis, Annabel, child of 33

Davis, Isaac, child of 33

Davis, Manda, child of 33

Davis, Mary Etta, child of 33

Davis, Matthias, child of 33

Davis, Sophia, child of 33

Hiembaugh, Hannah, child of 11

Marker, Alexander, child of 11

Marker, Francis, child of 11

Marker, Jacob, child of 11

Marker, James, child of 11

Marker, Mathias, child of 11

Marker, Rachel, child of 11

McClintic, Abbie, child of 26

McClintic, Abigail, child of 7

McClintic, Alexander, child of 7

McClintic, Angeline, child of 26

McClintic, Anna M., child of 26

McClintic, Daniel 36

McClintic, Daniel W., child of 36

McClintic, David, child of 24

McClintic, Elisha, child of 24

McClintic, Emeline, child of 24

McClintic, Eva J., child of 26

McClintic, George B. McClellan, child of 36

McClintic, Hamilton, child of 24

McClintic, Homer, child of 36

McClintic, Ida, child of 36

McClintic, James A., child of 24

McClintic, Jane, child of 24

McClintic, John N., child of 26

McClintic, John T., child of 24

McClintic, John, child of 7

McClintic, Letha E., child of 36

McClintic, Margaret 37

McClintic, Marietta, child of 26

McClintic, Martha E., child of 24

McClintic, Martin, child of 24

McClintic, Mitchell, child of 7

McClintic, Newton 26

McClintic, Olive A., child of 7

McClintic, Robert, child of 7

McClintic, Samuel, child of 24

McClintic, Susie, child of 26

McClintic, Walter, child of 36

McClintic, William 24

McClintock, Emily, child of 9

McClintock, Aaron, child of 14

McClintock, Abigail 10

McClintock, Abigail 5

McClintock, Abigail, child of 14

McClintock, Abigail, child of 4

McClintock, Adaline, child of 8

McClintock, Albert Porter 49

McClintock, Alexander 1

McClintock, Alexander 16

McClintock, Alexander 20

McClintock, Alexander 7

McClintock, Alexander 8

McClintock, Alexander, child of 13

McClintock, Alfred G., child of 28

McClintock, Alfred, child of 23

McClintock, Alice, child of 39

McClintock, Alice, child of 42

McClintock, Amanda, child of 22

McClintock, Andrew E.P. 22

McClintock, Andrew Mitchell, child of 14

McClintock, Andrew, child of 8

McClintock, Annie, child of 31

McClintock, Archibald, child of 12

McClintock, August, child of 30

McClintock, Avery, child of 28

McClintock, Beauregard, child of 22

McClintock, Bruce, child of 39

McClintock, C, child of 20

McClintock, Calvin A., child of 35

McClintock, Calvin Haremcame, child of 47

McClintock, Calvin L., child of 44

McClintock, Catherine, child of 13

McClintock, Catherine, child of 19

McClintock, Catherine, child of 35

McClintock, Celina, child of 21

McClintock, Charles F. A., child of 31

McClintock, Charles M. 44

McClintock, Charles Rodney, child of 44

McClintock, Charles S., child of 29

McClintock, Charles, child of 15

McClintock, Charles, child of 8

McClintock, Chester A., child of 32

McClintock, Chester, child of 43

McClintock, Clarence A., child of 41

McClintock, Claude R., child of 44

McClintock, Clyde, child of 42

McClintock, Corinda, child of 21

McClintock, Cynthia, child of 18

McClintock, Cynthia, child of 29

McClintock, Cyrus 42

McClintock, David 30

McClintock, David J. 43

McClintock, David Ross 48

McClintock, David, child of 30

McClintock, Dora B., child of 40

McClintock, Dora, child of 28

McClintock, Dorsey, child of 42

McClintock, Duella, child of 29

McClintock, Edgar Melvin, child of 46

McClintock, Edna, child of 28

McClintock, Elelsea, child of 9

McClintock, Eli 41

McClintock, Elias, child of 40

McClintock, Elijah 31

McClintock, Elisha, child of 12

McClintock, Eliza, child of 12

McClintock, Eliza, child of 27

McClintock, Eliza, child of 34

McClintock, Elizabeth 11

McClintock, Elizabeth, child of 13

McClintock, Elizabeth, child of 14

McClintock, Elizabeth, child of 15

McClintock, Elizabeth, child of 28

McClintock, Elizabeth, child of 29

McClintock, Ellen, child of 2

McClintock, Elmer G., child of 31

McClintock, Elmer, child of 39

McClintock, Emily, child of 27

McClintock, Ernest Merle, child of 46

McClintock, Esten 14

McClintock, Eston E.P. 21

McClintock, Eston, child of 15

McClintock, Ethel R., child of 44

McClintock, Etta E., child of 41

McClintock, Etta, child of 35

McClintock, Etta, child of 39

McClintock, Evaline, child of 40

McClintock, Florence E., child of 44

McClintock, Florence, child of 21

McClintock, Florence, child of 29

McClintock, Forward, child of 20

McClintock, Frances, child of 15

McClintock, Frank D., child of 28

McClintock, Frank, child of 43

McClintock, Fred Roberts, child of 44

McClintock, Frederick, child of 12

McClintock, George, child of 15

McClintock, George, child of 40

McClintock, Gilden, child of 42

McClintock, Harriet, child of 21

McClintock, Harry P., child of 28

McClintock, Henry, child of 15

McClintock, Hettie, child of 1

McClintock, Highly, child of 6

McClintock, Howard Ray, child of 46

McClintock, Hulda, child of 27

McClintock, Isaac, child of 16

McClintock, J. Wesley, child of 39

McClintock, Jacob 40

McClintock, James Y. 17

McClintock, James Y., child of 34

McClintock, James, child of 12

McClintock, James, child of 17

McClintock, James, child of 20

McClintock, James, child of 8

McClintock, Jane 3

McClintock, Jane, child of 21

McClintock, Jane, child of 6

McClintock, Jefferson, child of 8

McClintock, Jesse, child of 35

McClintock, Jo Anna, child of 12

McClintock, John 13

McClintock, John 34

McClintock, John 6

McClintock, John Ashley, child of 30

McClintock, John E.P. 19

McClintock, John F., child of 28

McClintock, John H. E., child of 31

McClintock, John Hiram, child of 38

McClintock, John K. 27

McClintock, John, child of 14

McClintock, John, child of 17

McClintock, John, child of 18

McClintock, John, child of 4

McClintock, Jonas, child of 18

McClintock, Joseph, child of 21

McClintock, Josia Robert, child of 30

McClintock, Josiah 35

McClintock, Julia A., child of 14

McClintock, Julia Ann, child of 15

McClintock, Laura, child of 40

McClintock, Laviney, child of 15

McClintock, Levi, child of 12

McClintock, Levi, child of 17

McClintock, Levi, child of 19

McClintock, Lewis H., child of 40

McClintock, Lillian Gertrude, child of 46

McClintock, Lillie, child of 42

McClintock, Lilly M., child of 32

McClintock, Lloyd, child of 35

McClintock, Lorena, child of 40

McClintock, Louvena, child of 27

McClintock, Lucinda, child of 12

McClintock, Lucinda, child of 14

McClintock, Lucinda, child of 18

McClintock, M., child of 8

McClintock, Maggie, child of 27

McClintock, Maggie, child of 31

McClintock, Maggie, child of 39

McClintock, Mahlon, child of 40

McClintock, Marcellus, child of 8

McClintock, Margaret Kathryn, child of 46

McClintock, Margaret, child of 14

McClintock, Margaret, child of 2

McClintock, Margaret, child of 20

McClintock, Margaret, child of 28

McClintock, Margaret, child of 6

McClintock, Martha Jane, child of 13

McClintock, Martin L., child of 31

McClintock, Mary 39

McClintock, Mary Ann, child of 23

McClintock, Mary E., child of 31

McClintock, Mary Elizabeth, child of 46

McClintock, Mary Jane 25

McClintock, Mary M., child of 14

McClintock, Mary, child of 15

McClintock, Mary, child of 16

McClintock, Mary, child of 17

McClintock, Mary, child of 28

McClintock, Mary, child of 29

McClintock, Mary, child of 8

McClintock, Mathias 32

McClintock, Maude, child of 28

McClintock, Merva, child of 30

McClintock, Milton Howard 46

McClintock, Minerva, child of 31

McClintock, Mitchell 15

McClintock, Mitchell 9

McClintock, Mitchell, child of 6

McClintock, Mitchell, child of 9

McClintock, Norman B. 38

McClintock, Norval L., child of 28

McClintock, Olive, child of 15

McClintock, Oliver, child of 15

McClintock, Ora M., child of 41

McClintock, Polly, child of 2

McClintock, Polly, child of 20

McClintock, Polly, child of 6

McClintock, Rachel, child of 13

McClintock, Rachel, child of 17

McClintock, Rachel, child of 21

McClintock, Rachel, child of 27

McClintock, Rachel, child of 4

McClintock, Rachel, child of 6

McClintock, Ralph, child of 44

McClintock, Raymond Franklin, child of 47

McClintock, Robert 2

McClintock, Robert E. 47

McClintock, Robert E.P. 18

McClintock, Robert Jackson, child of 12

McClintock, Robert Ross, child of 39

McClintock, Robert S. 29

McClintock, Robert, child of 20

McClintock, Robert, child of 4

McClintock, Ross, child of 17

McClintock, Roy, child of 42

McClintock, Ruby V., child of 44

McClintock, Russell, child of 35

McClintock, Ruth Charlotte, child of 46

McClintock, Sallie, child of 42

McClintock, Samantha, child of 39

McClintock, Samuel F., child of 28

McClintock, Sarah Ann 33

McClintock, Sarah Ann, child of 23

McClintock, Sarah J., child of 17

McClintock, Sarah Leona, child of 46

McClintock, Sarah, child of 2

McClintock, Sarah, child of 6

McClintock, Scott, child of 31

McClintock, Silas R., child of 32

McClintock, Stanley A., child of 45

McClintock, Stephen, child of 18

McClintock, Susie G., child of 35

McClintock, Susie, child of 30

McClintock, Sylvania, child of 27

McClintock, Sylvester, child of 15

McClintock, Theodore, child of 31

McClintock, Tillie S., child of 31

McClintock, Van Buren, child of 8

McClintock, Vera, child of 45

McClintock, Verne, child of 45

McClintock, Viola, child of 15

McClintock, Walter Clyde, child of 47

McClintock, Walter J., child of 41

McClintock, Westley, child of 17

McClintock, Westley, child of 9

McClintock, William 12

McClintock, William 23

McClintock, William 28

McClintock, William 4

McClintock, William Emmett, child of 47

McClintock, William Harvey 45

McClintock, William, child of 14

McClintock, William, child of 17

McClintock, William, child of 29

McClintock, Wilma Grace, child of 45

Van Wagenen, Alva N., child of 37

Van Wagenen, Anna, child of 37

Van Wagenen, James, child of 37

Wilkins, A, child of 5

Wilkins, Andrew, child of 5

Wilkins, Elizabeth, child of 5

Wilkins, Heila, child of 5

Wilkins, John, child of 5

Wilkins, Margaret, child of 5

Wilkins, Mary Ann, child of 5

Wilkins, Sarah, child of 5

Wilkins, William, child of 5