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Family of Elizabeth Torrence McCLINTOCK (8) & William McCLINTOCK (13)

22. Joseph McCLINTOCK (Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). Joseph was born in Pennsylvania on December 19, 1777. Joseph died in St. Clair, Illinois, on January 22, 1846; he was 68.

Research: The United States biographical Dictionary - Illinois Volume, 1876, p. 744.

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Research: The History of St. Clair Co., IL, 1881, states: Joseph McClintock, a native of Bourbon Co., KY reached St. Clair Co. with his family then conisisting of eight children on 23rd Nov 1818. He settled four miles south of Belleville. Joseph died there in 1846. Three of his children are now living (1881). One, William McClintock in St. Clair Co., on a farm adjacent to the city of Belleview. He was born in Nicholas Co., KY Dec. 1802. Another son, James McClintock, now lives in Hancock, IL.

The United States Biographical Dictionary, Illinois, 1876, p. 744-745.

";Joseph McClintock, father of this sketch [William McClintock], was born in Pennsylvania, December, 1777, and died in St. Clair county, Illinois, January, 1846. The family is of Scotch-Irish ancestry, having early immigrated to this country. Joseph McClintock settled near Millersburg, Bourbon county, Kentucky, and in 1801 married Jane, daughter of Nathaniel Gleeson and Sarah Cowan, natives of Scotland. ...... [Joseph] although ... educated in a slave state, never sympathized with the ";peculiar institution,"; or approved of it. But [his brother], being a large slave owner, entertained opinions in harmony with his own interests, although directly adverse to those of his brother; in consequence of which an 'irrepressible conflict' at times manifested itself between the two families, extending even to the respective children. Joseph McClintock therefore determined to quit his native state and seek a home in Illinois, where both he and his son subsequently exercised a powerful influence in favor of freedom. Agreeably to this decision, in 1817 he disposed of his property in Kentucky, and entered a half-section of land, at two dollars per acre, in St. Clair county, four miles south of Belleville. At this time the family consisted of the parents and eight children, of whom William was the eldest. They were four weeks in making the journey thither. On the premises was a log cabin built by a squatter, to whom he paid twenty-five dollars for his interest in it. In this rude and humble cabin the entire family took up its abode November 23, 1818."; The author goes on to state that Joseph and Jane (Gleeson) McClintock had six children that married seven of Abraham and Susannah Eymans' children.

The 1810 census for Nicholas Co., KY lists Joseph's household as:

Joseph McClintock 30320-201110

1820 census, St. Clair Co., IL

Joseph McClintock: 3 males 0 to 21; 1 male 21 to 45

5 females 0 to 18; 1 female 18 to 45

Marriage records, St. Clair Co., IL

James McClintock m. Susan Eyman 27 Mar 1828

William McClintock m. Nancy Eyman 8 Feb 1829

Sarah C. McClintock m. Jacob Eyman 8 Sep 1824

Jane McClintock m. Harbert Patterson 28 Jul 1831

Elizabeth McClintock m. John Eyman 17 May 1838

Ann McClintock m. M. G. Cameron 28 Apr 1842

James McClintock m. Elizabeth Glass 30 Dec 1841

1830 census, St. Clair Co., IL

Joseph McClintick 0101201-0021101

James McClintick 10001-00001, one below Joseph

William McClintoch 00002-00002

James McClintuck 000001-no fems.

1840 census, St. Clair Co., IL

Joseph McClintock 001111001-00011001

John McClintock 200001-00001, two below Joseph

William McClintock 001001-000002

1850 census, St. Clair Co., IL

High Prairie, 15 Nov.

James McClintock 44m KY Farmer $2,500

Rhoda McClintock 38f KY

William MClintock 20m St. Clair Co., IL

Joseph H. McClintock 8m St. Clair Co., IL

Joshua McClintock 7m St. Clair Co., IL

John A. McClintock 6m St. Clair Co., IL

George G. McClintock 3m St. Clair Co., IL

Bellville Prairie, 21 Nov.

Alexander McClintock 30m IL Farmer $2,000

Elenora McClintock 28f VA

Martha P. McClintock 6/12f IL

Jane McClintock 68f PA

Margaret McClintock 33f KY

On September 24, 1801 Joseph married Jane GLEESON, daughter of Nathaniel GLEESON & Sarah COWEN, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Jane was born in Pennsylvania on March 7, 1782. Jane died in Belleville, Illinois, on April 14, 1870; she was 88.

Research: Maiden names is from McClintock Compendium, p. 80 and from spricetea@

They had the following children:

i. William. William was born on December 20, 1802. William died after 1881; he was 78.

On February 8, 1829 William married Nancy EYMAN, daughter of Abraham EYMAN & Susannah, in St. Clair County, Illinois.

ii. Sarah. Sarah was born on December 6, 1809.

53 iii. James (1806-1889)

54 iv. John (1807-)

v. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born on May 17, 1809.

On May 17, 1838 Elizabeth married John EYMAN, in St. Clair County, Illinois. John died on March 23, 1849.

55 vi. Jane (1813-)

56 vii. Ann (1815-)

viii. Margaret. Margaret was born on June 12, 1817. Margaret died on February 14, 1873; she was 55.

57 ix. Alexander (1820-1864)

23. Elizabeth McCLINTOCK (Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth was born on January 3, 1784. Elizabeth died in 1864; she was 79.

In 1803 Elizabeth married John McKEE. John died in 1842.

They had the following children:

58 i. John (1804-)

ii. William. William was born in 1806.

iii. Thomas. Thomas was born in 1807.

iv. Mary. Mary was born in 1809.

v. Margaret. Margaret was born in 1810.

vi. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born in 1813.

vii. Sarah. Sarah was born in 1815.

viii. Samuel. Samuel was born in 1817.

ix. Jane. Jane was born in 1819.

x. Alexander. Alexander was born in 1821.

24. Daniel McCLINTOCK (Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). Daniel was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 22, 1786.

On July 7, 1817 Daniel married Louisa SCROGIN, daughter of Robert SCROGIN Jr. (October 4, 1776-April 1, 1836) & Narcissa MILLS (May 13, 1777-May 19, 1819), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Louisa was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on August 22, 1798. Louisa died in Collinsville, Ohio, on October 26, 1874; she was 76.

They had the following children:

i. Robert Scrogin. Robert Scrogin was born on November 16, 1827.

Research: Moved to Butler Co., OH

On May 31, 1859 Robert Scrogin married Sarah SMITH.

ii. Margaret. Margaret was born on May 24, 1818. Margaret died in June 1893; she was 75.

In September 1846 Margaret married William Wirt MILLS.

iii. William Alexander. William Alexander was born on April 9, 1820. William Alexander died in Buena Vista, Mexico, in 1847; he was 26.

William died in the Battle of Buena Vista, Mexico.

25. William McCLINTOCK (Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). William was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 27, 1787. William died in 1861; he was 73.

On January 27, 1817 William married Sallie PATTON, daughter of John PATTON (1769-1816) & Susanna McCUNE (June 20, 1774-circa 1814), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Sallie was born in 1797. Sallie died in 1865; she was 68.

They had the following children:

i. Susan. Susan was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 11, 1818. Susan died on June 26, 1879; she was 61.

On February 8, 1837 Susan married James THORN.

59 ii. John (1821-1879)

iii. William. William was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on March 22, 1823. William died on July 13, 1876; he was 53.

In July 1865 William married Mary J. REID.

iv. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on November 11, 1825. Elizabeth died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 18, 1837; she was 11.

v. Joseph. Joseph was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on April 2, 1827. Joseph died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 3, 1848; he was 21.

vi. Elizabeth J.

In 1850 Elizabeth J. married Daniel THOMPSON (44) , son of Henry THOMPSON Jr. (14) (May 1782-February 15, 1852) & Mary WILSON (1795-February 15, 1860). Daniel was born on January 24, 1824. Daniel died in 1889; he was 64.

DANIEL THOMPSON,10 farmer; P. O. Millersburg; was born January 24, 1824 (see James H. Thompson's history for history of his people), and spent his early life on the farm with his father until twenty-six years of age, having in the meantime received some knowledge of books under the old select school system, in all old log building with clapboard roof, puncheon floor and split logs for seats, which constituted the seat of learning at that day. In 1850, he was married to Elizabeth McClintock, having by her three children, who, with the mother, are now dead. His second marriage occurred Oct. 4, 1859, to Elizabeth Moore, who was born Dec. 1, 1840, to James McClure and Margaret (Layson) Moore. By this marriage there have been nine children born unto them: Mary A., June 26, 1860; Jas. Mc., Jan. 14, 1862; Margaret E., March 6, 1864; John W., Feb. 11, 1866; Saml. D., March 28, 1868; infant daughter, dead; French Moore, Nov. 1, 1873; Robert Presley, Oct. 23, 1876; Harry W., July 28, 1879. Mr. Thompson is quite extensively engaged in raising thoroughbred short horns of the principal families, all his stock having registered pedigrees. He is also superintending large farming interests. In the summer of 1877 he suffered the loss of about $8,000 worth of property in the accidental burning of his dwelling and its effects. He and his family are members of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church on Hinkston.

vii. Sarah Ann. Sarah Ann was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on November 23, 1831. Sarah Ann died on April 24, 1895; she was 63.

On October 4, 1854 Sarah Ann married George W. McINTYRE.

viii. Alexander. Alexander was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 10, 1834.

On October 6, 1857 Alexander married Cornelia DARNALL.

ix. Margaret. Margaret was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 16, 1836.

On April 6, 1858 Margaret married William F. SHANNON.

x. Thomas. Thomas was born on December 5, 1838.

On February 18, 1862 Thomas married Addie A. GRIFFITH.

xi. Nancy Patton. Nancy Patton was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on July 9, 1842. Nancy Patton died on May 12, 1870; she was 27.

On February 4, 1864 Nancy Patton married J. F. McINTYRE.

26. Hugh McCLINTOCK (Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). Hugh was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on August 9, 1791.

About 1820 Hugh married Ann STEWART.

They had the following children:

i. Elizabeth J. Elizabeth J. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 15, 1821.

ii. Nancy Stewart. Nancy Stewart was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 6, 1824.

Nancy Stewart married John THOMPSON.

iii. Margery Ann. Margery Ann was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 13, 1826. Margery Ann died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 12, 1842; she was 16.

iv. William R. William R. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 16, 1828.

v. Mary R. Mary R. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on September 2, 1830.

Mary R. married Thomas HENRY.

vi. Robert S. Robert S. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on April 22, 1833. Robert S. died in 1898; he was 64.

27. Margaret McCLINTOCK (Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1).

On October 12, 1815 Margaret married John PATTON, son of William PATTON (1725-1795) & Sarah DUNLAP?. John was born in 1769. John died in 1816; he was 47.

Surname is also spelled ";Pattin.";

They had one child:

i. Margaret. Margaret was born in 1816. Margaret died in 1901; she was 85.

Margaret married Cyrus VANDEEREN.

Family of Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK (9) & William NESBIT

28. John NESBIT III (Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). John was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on April 29, 1778. John died in Marion County, Indiana, on August 30, 1835; he was 57.

Moved from PA when very young

All records are from John Nesbit-Mary McClure bible records. These pages of the bible were inserted when Mary Allen Evans Woollen had this book rebound in 1909. The earlier entrees are presumably in the handwriting of John Nesbit. His son Doctor Joseph Allen Nesbit, cut out certain entries at the time he was having a monument made in memory of his grandmother, father, mother, brother, and sister, whch now stands in Crown Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana. The entrees have been verified by the investigation of Mary Allen Evans Woollen and her son Evans Woollen during several years.1

John and Mary lived on a farm four miles from Millersburg, Bourbon Co., KY attending Stonermouth Presbyterian Church near Ruddells Mill. Thence, in 1828 or 1829, accompanied by his slave Mike he came to the quarter-section farm in Washington Township, Marion Co, IN, which was long the residence of his daughter, Maria Jane Nesbitt Evans and the north half which is now owned by her daughter Mary Allen Evans Woollen. Having erected a long shelter on this farm and having returned to Kentucky for his family he moved thence in 1830 to the Marion Co., IN farm accompanied by his mother, his wife and all their children except John McClure Nesbitt who, with his wife, Sarah Steele stayed and died in KY. The children who accompanied their father to Indiana were Margaret, Nancy Torrence, James, Marie Jane, Elizabeth Esther, William Alexander, Joan, and Joseph Allen.1

On March 21, 1802 John married Mary McCLURE, daughter of James McCLURE (before 1760-after August 3, 1813) & Margaret POLLOCK. Mary was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on March 21, 1783. Mary died in Marion County, Indiana, on August 26, 1836; she was 53.11 Mary was buried in Washington Church Burying Ground.12 Later moved to Crown Hill.

They had the following children:

60 i. Elizabeth Easter (-1858)

61 ii. John McClure (1807-)

62 iii. Margaret

63 iv. Nancy Torrence

64 v. Maria Jane (1815-1897)

vi. Joanna.

65 vii. James McClure

viii. William Alexander. William Alexander died in Indiana.

ix. Joseph Allen. Joseph Allen died in Indiana.

Joseph Allen married Margaret STERRETT.

29. Joseph McClintock NESBIT (Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Joseph McClintock was born about 1780. Joseph McClintock died in Boone County, Missouri, on August 7, 1832; he was 52.1

According to Williams' will, land adjoining to Henry Talbott shall be allotted to Joseph.1

On February 16, 1807 Joseph McClintock married Mary “Polly” AMMON, daughter of Rev. Thomas AMMON & Elizabeth ANDERSON, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

66 i. Nancy (1816-1879)

67 ii. Mary W. (1827-)

iii. John.

iv. Joseph F.

v. Eliza.

vi. Thomas Ammon.

Family of Ann McCLINTOCK (10) & Major John MILLER

30. Robert Eakin MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Robert Eakin was born in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1780. Robert Eakin died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 20, 1860; he was 80.

Will of Robert E. Miller (note--the spelling remains faithful to the original copy that I received. It is atrocious!--REF):

I Robert E. Miller of the county of Bourbon and State of Kentucky, being of sound mind and memory do make this my last will and Testament. All my debts and funeral expenses must be paid. I give to my Grand son John W. Mountjoy a note I hold on him for Two thousand and sixty dollars due the 10th day of March 1858.

I give to my three great grand children John W. Taylor, Jane Evaline Taylor, and Theodore Taylor five thousand dollars, the same to be charged woth any note or notes I may hold on their Father Edward W. Taylor and If either of the threadies without children living the survivor or survivors of them to recieve (sic) the whole legacy. I give to my grandchildren Jane Purnell, Jo Ann McKim and Horatio Baker one thousand dollars each, each one to be charged with any note or notes I may hold on them or the husbands of said Jane Purnell, Jo Ann McKim. I give to my great grand children Alexander Thomas Forsythe, Robert B. Forsythe, and Joel H. Forsythe one thousand dollars to be divided equally between them. and If either of them dies before they arrive at full age childess, the survivors to receive the whole ligacy- give to my daughter Ann W. Wallace a tract of land adjoining the Land where she now )Ives containing 22 acres 1 rod and 25 poles valued at $1680. I also give to her the house and lot on which her son A.W. Wallace now resides, which I valued at $250. I also give to her eleven thousand four hundred and sixty dollars. In all $13, 390-00 the same to be charged with any note or notes I may hold on her husband. I give to my daughter Louisa J. McClelland a tract of land containing 92 acres and 25 poles valued by me at $100.00 per acre the same being lot no. 4 by Metcalf survey, which will be found filed with this my will. I also give to her a tract of land on the Cane Ridge road containing 54 acres 2 rods and ten poles valued at $75 per acre the same adjoining A.S. Millers land and is lot No. 6 by Metcalf survey I also give to her six hundred and eighty three dollars making In all $13,998-00 the same to be charged with any note or notes I may hold on her husband. My will is that my son in law Willaim McClelland have the right to purchase the trac of 50 acres and 6 poles of land lying on the Turnpike and being lot No. 3. of Metcalf's survey, at seventy five dollars per acre, one third of the purchase money to be paid in six months after my death and the lavlnce (?) in two equal instalements in to form a part of the general fund of my Estate. I give to my son Oscar J. Miller thirteen thousand nine hundred and ninety eight dollars to be charged with the sum of $8,925.00 being the sum I value two tracts of Land one of 107 acres and the other of 12 acres, which I gave him heretofore and which he has sold and also with the further-charge of any note or notes I may hold on him--I give to my daughter Emily M. Taylor thirteen thousand nine hundred and ninety wight dollars the same to be charged woth any note or notes I may hold on her- I give to my daughter Evaline J. Miller a tract of Land on which stands the house In which he lives as containing one hundred and fifty acres 2 rods at $75 per acre amounting to $11, 287.00. I also give to her $2,711.00 making in all $13,998.00 the same to be charged with any note or notes I may hold on her husabnd. (sic). My Grand son Horace R.E. Miller is to have the right to purchase a tract of about fifty acres of Land bought by me from Martin Hutchison and James Mc Miller he giving for the same seventy five dollars per acre, one third to be paid In six months, and the blalance (sic) in equal payments of one and two years after my death-If he makes this purchase I give him $250-00 to be dedicted from the first payment If he does not purchase it as above, the same is to be sold by my Executors and in either case the proceeds of the sale to be paid to by executor and applied to the payment of the legacies of this my will.--I wish all my slaves to be valued by three disinterested persons and by them divided into four equal shares as near as can be and each slave to be equalized in money and then I give one share to my daughter Ann W. Wallace one to my daughter Louisa J. McClelland, one to my daughter Emily M. Taylor and one to my daughter Eveline J. Miller--None of my children are to be chared with any advancement made by me to them or wither of them except as I require the same to be done by this my will; and in this I include all back rents, gifts of slaves or personalu. In the divison of my slaves among my four daughters I have not named Oscar J. Miller but it is my will that he recieve in money a sum equal to each share in the slaves byt he must be charged with any note ot notes I may hold on him--All the remainner of my Estate I wish to be sold and the proceeds of sale together with the proceeds of my promissory notes. I wish to go into the general fund for the payment of Legacies after payment of debt, funeral expenses of settling my eatate and all the legacies of this my will if there be a surplus I give the sauce in equal parts to my children Oscar J. Miller, Louisa J. McClelland, Emily M. Taylor, Ann M Wallace and Evaline J. Miller. I so hereby appoint John A. Miller Executor to this my last will and Testament. In testimony whereof I do hereby set my hand and seal this 15th of November, 1859 I except out of the devise to my daughter Louise J. McClelland the grace year which is inclosed with iron railing. I wish the same to be prewerved as a family burying ground and I request my son in Law William McClelland to see that the samw is kept In repaie as long as he lives and to enjoin it upon some one of the family to do so after his death. wit prewnts

Robt E Miller seal

Geo. W. Williams

Oscar F. Taylor

Codicil

In my In my will I have given my son in Law Wm McClelaind the right to purchase 50 acres and 6 poles of Land, ir is now my will that not only he have this right, but if he dies before I do. his ligal representative whoever that may be sahil have the same eitht upon like terns for the benefit of his estate. Given under my hand this 17th day Nov. 1859 The devise of $250.00 to Horace R.E. Miller my grandson in now made absolute and he is to have the sim whether he buys the Land or not

Robt E. Miller

wit

Alex S. Miller

Oscar F. Taylor

probated Jan. 17 1860

On January 9, 1800 Robert Eakin married Jane McCLELLAND, daughter of William McCLELLAND (1742-November 12, 1812) & Martha MILLER (1750-May 7, 1826), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Jane was born in Pennsylvania in 1780. Jane died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1855; she was 75.

They had the following children:

i. Adella. Adella died on December 1, 1838.

On October 16, 1833 Adella married Judge William NUNN, son of Ilai NUNN (October 1, 1758-).

68 ii. Amanda N. (-<1859)

69 iii. Ann

70 iv. Evaline Jane

71 v. Horace (-1833)

72 vi. Martha “Patsy” (-<1859)

73 vii. Louisa Jane (->1870)

74 viii. Oscar James (1811-)

31. John MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). John was born in ? Louisville KY, on November 10, 1783. John died in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY, on October 20, 1827; he was 43. John was buried in Old Bourbon Co Cemetary.13 Murdered, possibly by slave, on trail to homestead.

Barbara Miller Stancliff family line.

On October 7, 1808 John married Cassandra WEST, daughter of Thomas WEST (1756-January 9, 1820) & Margery? (about 1760-January 9, 1847), in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY. Cassandra was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on May 2, 1790. Cassandra died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on September 6, 1833; she was 43. Cassandra was buried in Old Bourbon County Cemetery.13

They had the following children:

75 i. Orris James (1810-1880)

ii. John Thomas. John Thomas was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 1, 1812. John Thomas died in KY, killed by lightning, on February 10, 1880; he was 67.14 Moved to MO 1834, ret KY after 1836. John Thomas was buried in Cane Ridge Cemetery, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On October 16, 1845 John Thomas married Isabelle Araminta SHUMATE, in Bourbon Co KY.15

iii. Alvin West. Alvin West was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on March 9, 1814. Alvin West died on January 2, 1893; he was 78.

On April 15, 1834 Alvin West married Elizabeth Duval VARNON, in Calloway Co Mo.16 married by Wm. Duncan. Elizabeth Duval died before 1856 in Callaway Co MO.

sister to John Varnon

iv. Margary Ann. Margary Ann was born in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY, on March 15, 1816. Margary Ann died on March 19, 1876; she was 60.

On December 21, 1834 Margary Ann first married William Baker WEST, son of Major Thomas WEST (May 8, 1788-April 25, 1852) & Sarah BAKER (March 1, 1794-June 23, 1849), in Calloway Co Mo. William Baker was born in Kentucky on January 4, 1811. William Baker died in Callaway County, Missouri, on December 12, 1836; he was 25.

Margary Ann second married T. J. TRIGG.

Margary Ann third married David WAGONER.

v. Robert William. Robert William was born in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY, on January 10, 1818. Robert William died in California, from smallpox, on February 5, 1853; he was 35.

On March 31, 1837 Robert William married Mary Jane PAYTON, in Calloway Co Mo. Mary Jane m. Calvin Tate after Robert's death. Mary Jane was born in KY ?, on June 16, 1820. Mary Jane died in MO ?, on June 16, 1890; she was 70.

vi. Joseph Alexander. Joseph Alexander was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 12, 1821. Joseph Alexander died in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1875; he was 53.

In 1840 Joseph Alexander first married Catherine ?, in Boone Co MO.

Joseph Alexander second married Mary Emma TUTTLE, in MO.

vii. Richard S. Richard S. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY, on December 15, 1822. Richard S. died in MO on January 17, 1880; he was 57.

On April 5, 1840 Richard S. married Mary Jane McCLELLAND, in Callaway County, Missouri.16 married by Joseph Coons. Mary Jane was born about 1825.

viii. Jeremiah West. Jeremiah West was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 3, 1825. Jeremiah West died in Boone County, Missouri, on January 4, 1901; he was 75. Jeremiah West was buried in Millersburg, Callaway County, Missouri.

On May 21, 1843 Jeremiah West married Mary Taylor BAKER, daughter of William BAKER & Polly JAMES, in Callaway County, Missouri.16 married by Joseph Coons.

ix. Preston A. Preston A. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on April 3, 1827. Preston A. died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on July 11, 1833; he was 6. Preston A. was buried in Old Cemetery, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

x. Aquilla. Aquilla was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 30, 1828.

32. Elizabeth MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth was born on July 10, 1785. Elizabeth died on October 20, 1827; she was 42.

On March 24, 1798 Elizabeth married James BAKER, son of Martin BAKER (1740-October 12, 1812) & Mary “Polly” KIMBROUGH (-1830). James was born in Virginia in 1779. James died in Callaway County, Missouri, in 1840; he was 61. Occupation: Judge, Callaway County, Missouri.

They had the following children:

i. Mary.

ii. Ann.

iii. Jane T.

iv. Eliza.

v. Elizabeth.

vi. James A.

vii. Benjamin A.

viii. Lucinda.

ix. John Martin.

x. Sarah W.

33. Joseph MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Joseph was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 17, 1788. Joseph died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1853; he was 64.

On December 28, 1809 Joseph first married Polly McKEE, daughter of Paddy McKEE, in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Polly died on December 18, 1810 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On May 22, 1814 Joseph second married Patsey O. E. McCLELLAND, daughter of Col. James McCLELLAND (1775-July 7, 1833) & . Patsey O. E. was born on November 17, 1792.

They had the following children:

76 i. Elizabeth A. W. (1815-1886)

ii. James A. James A. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1817. James A. died in 1860; he was 43.

iii. Martha Jane McClelland. Martha Jane McClelland was born in 1836.

Martha Jane McClelland married John WARWICK.

iv. John Morgan. John Morgan was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1821. John Morgan died in 1865; he was 44.

On August 17, 1857 John Morgan married Rachael Rebecca SHELMAN.

v. Mary.

vi. Hunt.

vii. Joseph Woodson. Joseph Woodson was born on December 26, 1835.

77 viii. Joseph William (1835-1887)

34. William MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). William was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on August 23, 1789. William died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on May 3, 1847; he was 57. William was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On May 21, 1818 William married Margaret McCLINTOCK (20) , daughter of Daniel B. McCLINTOCK (7) (September 16, 1746-January 9, 1799) & Frances CLARK (1751-1838), in Kentucky. Margaret was born on November 19, 1789. Margaret died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 9, 1859; she was 69. Margaret was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

50 i. Frances Ann (1819-)

51 ii. Margaret H. (1821-1851)

iii. Jane A. Jane A. was born in 1823.

Jane A. married Samuel JONES.

52 iv. John Clark (1826-1864)

v. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born on January 25, 1830. Elizabeth died on August 19, 1845; she was 15. Elizabeth was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

35. Alexander MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Alexander was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on May 5, 1796. Alexander died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 6, 1870; he was 73.

Before January 1823 Alexander first married Martha “Patsy” Harris McCLELLAND, daughter of William McCLELLAND Jr. (1777-1802) & Mary “Polly” BAKER (1780-). Martha “Patsy” Harris was born on February 5, 1801. Martha “Patsy” Harris died on July 8, 1854; she was 53.

They had the following children:

i. John.

78 ii. James McClure (1823-1881)

iii. Mary McClure. Mary McClure was born in 1825.

79 iv. Robert Andrew (1827-)

v. Joseph Andrew. Joseph Andrew was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 19, 1831.

JOSEPH A. MILLER,17 grocer; P. O. Millersburg; was born Feb. 19, 1831; he is the youngest son of Alexander Miller, who was the youngest child of Major John Miller, the founder of Millersburg; Alexander was the father of the following children: John, died in the South in his young manhood; Wm. McClelland, James McClure, Mary McClure, died in young womanhood; Robert A., Joseph A., Ann, also died in young womanhood; Martha Harris, now a Mrs. Judge Wm. H. Savage, residing at Shackelford, Texas;.and America J., now a Mrs. Alexander Butler. Onr subject, in his youth, received all the advantages of education of his day, attending the Transylvania University two years, and one year at the Kentucky Military Institute. In the Fall of 1861 he enlisted in the 9th Ky. Cavalry, under Gen. Morgan, serving until the surrender. He was very enthusiastic in the Southern cause, and took upon himself the perilous duty of furnishing supplies and clothing for their troops, until a reward of $500 was offered for his body dead or alive; at the time they made the search for him he enlisted in the service, and for a feat of bravery upon the field, in rescuing a fallen comrade, he received a furlough home. He was married Dec. 14, 1871, to Miss Sally M. Best, of Mason County (see hist. of Dr. Best). They have no children, are members, of the M. E. Church South, and he one of the town trustees, and a prominent merchant of the village, and a highly esteemed gentleman. His father was born in 1796, and died at 74 years of age; he was twice married, the second time to Ann C. Pelham, an aunt of Major Pelham's, who was distinguished in military circles.

On December 14, 1871 Joseph Andrew married Sally M. BEST, daughter of Isaac BEST (January 15, 1840-) & Sallie BARBEE.

vi. Ann E. Ann E. was born in 1832.

80 vii. Martha Harris (1842-)

81 viii. America Jane (1840-)

82 ix. William McClelland (1820-)

Alexander second married Ann C. PELHAM.

36. Ann MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Ann was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1794. Ann died on July 2, 1852; she was 58. Ann was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On November 19, 1808 Ann married William TALBOTT, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. William was born in 1784. William died on July 19, 1840; he was 56. William was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

i. Rosalind M. Rosalind M. was born on August 6, 1812. Rosalind M. died on August 31, 1812; she was <1. Rosalind M. was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

ii. Eliza J. Eliza J. was born on April 7, 1815. Eliza J. died on January 22, 1816; she was <1. Eliza J. was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

iii. Mary J. Mary J. was born on March 13, 1820. Mary J. died on October 21, 1820; she was <1. Mary J. was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

iv. Elizabeth J. Elizabeth J. was born on November 18, 1826. Elizabeth J. died on September 10, 1827; she was <1. Elizabeth J. was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

37. Jean MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Jean was born in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY, on July 10, 1785. Jean died in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Missouri, on November 15, 1843; she was 58. Jean was buried in Owens Farm, 3 mi NW Shelbyville, MO, in 1843; she was 57.

In 1803 Jean first married Alvin WEST, son of Thomas WEST (1756-January 9, 1820) & Margery? (about 1760-January 9, 1847), in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY. Alvin was born about 1780.18 Alvin died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1815; he was 35.

They had the following children:

83 i. Ann Miller (1804-1860)

84 ii. Elizabeth B. (1805-)

iii. John Martin. John Martin was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 8, 1808. John Martin died in Boone County, Missouri, on August 19, 1934; he was 126.

iv. Joseph James. Joseph James was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on November 10, 1810. Joseph James died in Missouri on October 23, 1890; he was 79.

v. Cassandra. Cassandra was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1811.

After 1815 Jean second married John Swann HUGHES, in KY. John Swann was born in VA in 1775.



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