Epenetus Trimmer1

M, #77821
FatherWilliam D. Trimmer1 b. 4 Apr 1842, d. 22 Feb 1900
MotherMary Harris1 b. 23 Jul 1842, d. 8 Dec 1929
ChartsChart of Descendants of Anthony (II) Trimmer
Last Edited20 Jan 2015

Citations

  1. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, History and Directory of Yates County, New York: Containing a Sketch of its Original Settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the Lessee Company and Others, with an Account of Individual Pioneers; also of other Leading Citizens - Volumes 1 & 2 (Chronicle Office, Penn Yan, NY: S. C. Cleveland, 1976 Reprint), p. 301. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY.

David Riggs1

M, #77822, b. before 1795
FatherPhillip Riggs1 b. 1744, d. 1821
MotherMary Polly Pierce b. 1748, d. b 1795; Wallace [1901:32] "...Polly Pierce, who was the mother of all his children."2
Last Edited6 Oct 2017
     David Riggs married Betsey Jayne.1 David Riggs was born before 1795 at Pennsylvania, USA; Cleveland says that his father was a widower when the family moved to Benton Center from Pennsylvania about 1795.1
     ; Cleveland [1873], pp. 220-221 describes this family.1 He immigrated with Phillip Riggs in 1795 at Benton Center, Yates Co. (now), New York, USA.3,2

David Riggs appeared in the census of 1800 at Jerusalem, Ontario Co., New York, USA; Same page as Phillip RIGGS and another David RIGGS. This is not the David, son of Phillip (1744-1821.
p. 472, line 10
     Name:     David Riggs
     Home in 1800 (City, County, State):     Jerusalem, Ontario, New York
     Free White Persons - Males - Under 10:     2
     Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25:     2
     Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over:     1
     Free White Persons - Females - Under 10:     2
     Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15:     1
     Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44:     1
     Number of Household Members Under 16:     5
     Number of Household Members Over 25:     2
     Number of Household Members:     9.4

Family

Betsey Jayne

Citations

  1. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, History and Directory of Yates County, New York: Containing a Sketch of its Original Settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the Lessee Company and Others, with an Account of Individual Pioneers; also of other Leading Citizens - Volumes 1 & 2 (Chronicle Office, Penn Yan, NY: S. C. Cleveland, 1976 Reprint), pp. 220-221. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY.
  2. [S3249] John Hankins Wallace, Genealogy of the Riggs family, with a number of cognate branches descended from the original Edward through female lines and many biographical outlines (New York: the Author, 1901), p. 32. Hereinafter cited as Wallace [1901] - Genealogy of the Riggs Family.
  3. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY, p. 220.
  4. [S2848] 1800 Federal Census, 1800 Census NY, Ontario Co., Jerusalem, Source Citation - Year: 1800; Census Place: Jerusalem, Ontario, New York; Series: M32; Roll: 28; Page: 472; Image: 95; Family History Library Film: 193716

    http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&db=1800usfedcenancestry&gss=angs-d&new=1&rank=1&msT=1&gsfn=Phillip&gsln=Riggs&msrpn__ftp=New+York%2c+USA&msrpn=35&msrpn_PInfo=5-%7c0%7c1652393%7c0%7c2%7c3244%7c35%7c0%7c0%7c0%7c0%7c&msrpn_x=1&msrpn__ftp_x=1&MSAV=1&uidh=v51&pcat=35&fh=3&h=300354&recoff=7&ml_rpos=4

Reuben Riggs1

M, #77823, b. before 1795
FatherPhillip Riggs1 b. 1744, d. 1821
MotherMary Polly Pierce b. 1748, d. b 1795; Wallace [1901:32] "...Polly Pierce, who was the mother of all his children."1,2
Last Edited30 Oct 2015
     Reuben Riggs was born before 1795 at Pennsylvania, USA; Cleveland says that his father was a widower when the family moved to Benton Centre from Pennsylvania about 1795.1
     ; Cleveland [1873], pp. 220-221 describes this family.1 He immigrated with Phillip Riggs in 1795 at Benton Center, Yates Co. (now), New York, USA.3,2

Citations

  1. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, History and Directory of Yates County, New York: Containing a Sketch of its Original Settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the Lessee Company and Others, with an Account of Individual Pioneers; also of other Leading Citizens - Volumes 1 & 2 (Chronicle Office, Penn Yan, NY: S. C. Cleveland, 1976 Reprint), pp. 220-221. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY.
  2. [S3249] John Hankins Wallace, Genealogy of the Riggs family, with a number of cognate branches descended from the original Edward through female lines and many biographical outlines (New York: the Author, 1901), p. 32. Hereinafter cited as Wallace [1901] - Genealogy of the Riggs Family.
  3. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY, p. 220.

Benjamin Riggs1

M, #77824, b. before 1795
FatherPhillip Riggs1 b. 1744, d. 1821
MotherMary Polly Pierce b. 1748, d. b 1795; Wallace [1901:32] "...Polly Pierce, who was the mother of all his children."1,2
Last Edited30 Oct 2015
     Benjamin Riggs was born before 1795 at Pennsylvania, USA; Cleveland says that his father was a widower when the family moved to Benton Centre from Pennsylvania about 1795.1
     ; Cleveland [1873], pp. 220-221 describes this family.1 He immigrated with Phillip Riggs in 1795 at Benton Center, Yates Co. (now), New York, USA.3,2

Citations

  1. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, History and Directory of Yates County, New York: Containing a Sketch of its Original Settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the Lessee Company and Others, with an Account of Individual Pioneers; also of other Leading Citizens - Volumes 1 & 2 (Chronicle Office, Penn Yan, NY: S. C. Cleveland, 1976 Reprint), pp. 220-221. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY.
  2. [S3249] John Hankins Wallace, Genealogy of the Riggs family, with a number of cognate branches descended from the original Edward through female lines and many biographical outlines (New York: the Author, 1901), p. 32. Hereinafter cited as Wallace [1901] - Genealogy of the Riggs Family.
  3. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY, p. 220.

John Riggs1

M, #77825, b. before 1795
FatherPhillip Riggs1 b. 1744, d. 1821
MotherMary Polly Pierce b. 1748, d. b 1795; Wallace [1901:32] "...Polly Pierce, who was the mother of all his children."1,2
Last Edited30 Oct 2015
     John Riggs died at Benton, Ontario Co. (now Yates Co.), New York, USA.1 He married Nancy Benton, daughter of Levi Benton; her 1st husband.1 John Riggs married Nancy Brown.3 John Riggs was born before 1795 at Pennsylvania, USA; Cleveland says that his father was a widower when the family moved to Benton Centre from Pennsylvania about 1795.1
John Riggs died in 1815 at Benton Center, Yates Co., New York, USA.4
John Riggs was buried in 1815 at Benton Rural Cemetery, Benton Center, Yates Co., New York, USA,

; from Find A Grave website:
Birth:      unknown
Death:      1815

Note: s/o Phillip and Polly Pierce Riggs

Burial: Benton Rural Cemetery, Benton Center, Yates County
New York, USA

Maintained by: Dorothy Russell Sonntag
Originally Created by: Kathleen Oster
Record added: Mar 09, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 126109666.4
     ; Cleveland [1873], pp. 220-221 describes this family.1 He immigrated with Phillip Riggs in 1795 at Benton Center, Yates Co. (now), New York, USA.5,2

Family 1

Nancy Brown d. 1800
Child

Family 2

Nancy Benton
Child

Citations

  1. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, History and Directory of Yates County, New York: Containing a Sketch of its Original Settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the Lessee Company and Others, with an Account of Individual Pioneers; also of other Leading Citizens - Volumes 1 & 2 (Chronicle Office, Penn Yan, NY: S. C. Cleveland, 1976 Reprint), pp. 220-221. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY.
  2. [S3249] John Hankins Wallace, Genealogy of the Riggs family, with a number of cognate branches descended from the original Edward through female lines and many biographical outlines (New York: the Author, 1901), p. 32. Hereinafter cited as Wallace [1901] - Genealogy of the Riggs Family.
  3. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Nancy Brown Riggs: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=riggs&GSiman=1&GScid=2220849&GRid=126109664&. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  4. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, John Riggs: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=126109666
  5. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY, p. 220.
  6. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Amanda Riggs: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=126109665

Mary Riggs1

F, #77826, b. 7 October 1770, d. 3 October 1844
FatherPhillip Riggs1 b. 1744, d. 1821
MotherMary Polly Pierce b. 1748, d. b 1795; Wallace [1901:32] "...Polly Pierce, who was the mother of all his children."1,2
Last Edited29 Jan 2016
     Mary Riggs was born on 7 October 1770 at Lancaster, Erie Co., New York, USA; Cleveland says that his father was a widower when the family moved to Benton Centre from Pennsylvania about 1795. Find A Grave says Mary was born 7 Oct 1770 in Erie Co. NY, which conflicts with Cleveland's information.1,3 She married Robert Patterson in 1788 at Lower Smithfield, Northamption Co., Pennsylvania, USA; date and place of marriage from Find A Grave.1,4,3
Mary Riggs died on 3 October 1844 at Benton Rural Cemetery, Benton, Yates Co., New York, USA, at age 73.3
Mary Riggs was buried after 3 October 1844 at Benton Rural Cemetery, Benton Center, Yates Co. (now), New York, USA,

; From Dumas & Conybeare [2008:I:58]
     Patterson Mary [Riggs] (died) 1844 Oct 3 D ae 73/11/27 w/o Robert Patterson [d/o Philip & Polly Pierce Riggs


from Find A Grave website:
Birth:      Oct. 7, 1770, Lancaster, Erie County, New York, USA
Death:      Oct. 3, 1844

Mary is a daughter of Phillip & Polly (Pierce) Riggs. She married in 1788 Robert Patterson in Lower Smithfield, Northhampton County, Pennsylvania. They had 10 children: Ira S, Elizabeth, John, William, Rhoda, Mary, Reuben R, Robert, Adelia A, and Hiram R Patterson.

Inscription:
MARY
wife of
Robt Patterson
died
Oct 3 1844
Aged 73 years
11 M. & 27 D.

Note: Mary's tombstone is lying flat on the ground. Unable to decipher the inscription below her name and dates at this time. She is buried in the center of 5 family members who buried together. From left to right John, Robert, Mary, Hiram and A. B.

Family links: Parents:
Philip Riggs (1744 - 1821)

Children: Rhoda C Shay (1784 - 1876)*

Burial: Benton Rural Cemetery, Benton Center, Yates County, New York, USA

Created by: Bella
Record added: Jun 19, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19986738.5
     ; Cleveland [1873], pp. 220-221 describes this family.1 She immigrated with Phillip Riggs in 1795 at Benton Center, Yates Co. (now), New York, USA.6,2

Family

Robert Patterson b. 23 Jul 1762, d. 14 Mar 1846
Children

Citations

  1. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, History and Directory of Yates County, New York: Containing a Sketch of its Original Settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the Lessee Company and Others, with an Account of Individual Pioneers; also of other Leading Citizens - Volumes 1 & 2 (Chronicle Office, Penn Yan, NY: S. C. Cleveland, 1976 Reprint), pp. 220-221. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY.
  2. [S3249] John Hankins Wallace, Genealogy of the Riggs family, with a number of cognate branches descended from the original Edward through female lines and many biographical outlines (New York: the Author, 1901), p. 32. Hereinafter cited as Wallace [1901] - Genealogy of the Riggs Family.
  3. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Mary Riggs Patterson: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=patterson&GSiman=1&GScid=2220849&GRid=19986738&. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  4. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Robert Patterson: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=19986602&ref=acom.
  5. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Mary Riggs Patterson: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=19986738
  6. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY, p. 220.
  7. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Rhoda C Shay: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=49107539
  8. [S2338] Ancestry.Com Family Trees, online http://trees.ancestry.com/, Elizabeth Patterson: http://person.ancestry.com/tree/82740947/person/44469517639/facts. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.Com Family Trees.
  9. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, John Patterson: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=patterson&GSiman=1&GScid=2220849&GRid=20833465&
  10. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Hiram R Patterson: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20053221

Hannah Riggs1

F, #77827, b. 1778, d. 19 June 1808
FatherPhillip Riggs1 b. 1744, d. 1821
MotherMary Polly Pierce b. 1748, d. b 1795; Wallace [1901:32] "...Polly Pierce, who was the mother of all his children."1,2
Last Edited15 Nov 2015
     Hannah Riggs was born in 1778 at Pennsylvania, USA; Cleveland says that her father was a widower when the family moved to Benton Centre from PA about 1795. Date from Find A Grave.1,3 She married George Armstrong, son of Martin Armstrong and Elizabeth (?), on 17 May 1799 at prob. Benton, Ontario Co. (now Yates Co.), New York, USA; his 1st wife.1,4,5
Hannah Riggs died on 19 June 1808.4,5,3
     ; Cleveland [1873], pp. 220-221 describes this family.1

Hannah Riggs and George Armstrong lived at Seneca Township, Ontario Co., New York, USA.6 Hannah Riggs immigrated with Phillip Riggs in 1795 at Benton Center, Yates Co. (now), New York, USA.7,2

Family

George Armstrong b. 21 Apr 1761, d. 7 Jan 1848
Children

Citations

  1. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, History and Directory of Yates County, New York: Containing a Sketch of its Original Settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the Lessee Company and Others, with an Account of Individual Pioneers; also of other Leading Citizens - Volumes 1 & 2 (Chronicle Office, Penn Yan, NY: S. C. Cleveland, 1976 Reprint), pp. 220-221. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY.
  2. [S3249] John Hankins Wallace, Genealogy of the Riggs family, with a number of cognate branches descended from the original Edward through female lines and many biographical outlines (New York: the Author, 1901), p. 32. Hereinafter cited as Wallace [1901] - Genealogy of the Riggs Family.
  3. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Hannah Riggs Armstrong: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=armstrong&GSiman=1&GScid=1520607&GRid=89626672&. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  4. [S2911] Alvispat's Weblog - Ancestors of Kathy Alvis Patterson—Ancestral Lines for Alvis, Armstrong, Pedigo, Light, Eyster, Atwell, Turner, Dorsey and Others: Armstrongs of Princeton NJ and Geneva NY and other Armstrong Families in Western NY, online <https://alvispat.wordpress.com/2008/08/05/armstrongs-of-nj-and-western-ny/>, cites: The Honeyman family (Honeyman, Honyman, Hunneman, etc.) in Scotland and America, 1548-1908, A. Van Doren Honeyman, Plainfield, NJ: Honeyman’s Pub. House, 1909, page 216.. Hereinafter cited as Alvispat's Weblog- ARMSTRONG.
  5. [S2911] Alvispat's Weblog- ARMSTRONG, online https://alvispat.wordpress.com/2008/08/05/armstrongs-of-nj-and-western-ny/, ARMSTRONG, Martin, of Somerset Co NJ: https://alvispat.wordpress.com/armstrong-martin-of-somerset-co-nj/
  6. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY, p. 221.
  7. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY, p. 220.

Anna Riggs1

F, #77828, b. before 1795
FatherPhillip Riggs1 b. 1744, d. 1821
MotherMary Polly Pierce b. 1748, d. b 1795; Wallace [1901:32] "...Polly Pierce, who was the mother of all his children."1,2
Last Edited30 Oct 2015
     Anna Riggs married Moses Van Campen at Pennsylvania, USA.3 Anna Riggs was born before 1795 at Pennsylvania, USA; Cleveland says that his father was a widower when the family moved to Benton Centre from Pennsylvania about 1795.1
     ; Cleveland [1873], pp. 220-221 describes this family.1 She immigrated with Phillip Riggs in 1795 at Benton Center, Yates Co. (now), New York, USA.4,2

Family

Moses Van Campen

Citations

  1. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, History and Directory of Yates County, New York: Containing a Sketch of its Original Settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the Lessee Company and Others, with an Account of Individual Pioneers; also of other Leading Citizens - Volumes 1 & 2 (Chronicle Office, Penn Yan, NY: S. C. Cleveland, 1976 Reprint), pp. 220-221. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY.
  2. [S3249] John Hankins Wallace, Genealogy of the Riggs family, with a number of cognate branches descended from the original Edward through female lines and many biographical outlines (New York: the Author, 1901), p. 32. Hereinafter cited as Wallace [1901] - Genealogy of the Riggs Family.
  3. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY, p. 222.
  4. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY, p. 220.

Betsey Riggs1

F, #77829, b. before 1795
FatherPhillip Riggs1 b. 1744, d. 1821
MotherMary Polly Pierce b. 1748, d. b 1795; Wallace [1901:32] "...Polly Pierce, who was the mother of all his children."1,2
Last Edited30 Oct 2015
     Betsey Riggs married Joseph Jones.3 Betsey Riggs was born before 1795 at Pennsylvania, USA; Cleveland says that his father was a widower when the family moved to Benton Centre from Pennsylvania about 1795.1
     ; Cleveland [1873], pp. 220-221 describes this family.1 She immigrated with Phillip Riggs in 1795 at Benton Center, Yates Co. (now), New York, USA.4,2

Family

Joseph Jones

Citations

  1. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, History and Directory of Yates County, New York: Containing a Sketch of its Original Settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the Lessee Company and Others, with an Account of Individual Pioneers; also of other Leading Citizens - Volumes 1 & 2 (Chronicle Office, Penn Yan, NY: S. C. Cleveland, 1976 Reprint), pp. 220-221. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY.
  2. [S3249] John Hankins Wallace, Genealogy of the Riggs family, with a number of cognate branches descended from the original Edward through female lines and many biographical outlines (New York: the Author, 1901), p. 32. Hereinafter cited as Wallace [1901] - Genealogy of the Riggs Family.
  3. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY, p. 221.
  4. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY, p. 220.

Nancy Benton1

F, #77831
FatherLevi Benton1
Last Edited29 Jan 2016
     Nancy Benton married John Riggs, son of Phillip Riggs and Mary Polly Pierce; her 1st husband.1 Nancy Benton married Ezra Rice; her 2nd husband.1

Family 1

Ezra Rice

Family 2

John Riggs b. b 1795
Child

Citations

  1. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, History and Directory of Yates County, New York: Containing a Sketch of its Original Settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the Lessee Company and Others, with an Account of Individual Pioneers; also of other Leading Citizens - Volumes 1 & 2 (Chronicle Office, Penn Yan, NY: S. C. Cleveland, 1976 Reprint), pp. 220-221. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY.

Levi Benton1

M, #77832
Last Edited29 Jan 2016

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, History and Directory of Yates County, New York: Containing a Sketch of its Original Settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the Lessee Company and Others, with an Account of Individual Pioneers; also of other Leading Citizens - Volumes 1 & 2 (Chronicle Office, Penn Yan, NY: S. C. Cleveland, 1976 Reprint), pp. 220-221. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY.

Robert Patterson1

M, #77834, b. 23 July 1762, d. 14 March 1846
Last Edited29 Jan 2016
     Robert Patterson was born on 23 July 1762 at Ireland; grave marker (transcribed by Dumas & Conybeare [2008:58]) says died 14 March 1846 "ae 83 yrs, 7 mos, 22 days", implying a birth date of ca 20 July 1862.2,3 He married Mary Riggs, daughter of Phillip Riggs and Mary Polly Pierce, in 1788 at Lower Smithfield, Northamption Co., Pennsylvania, USA; date and place of marriage from Find A Grave.1,2,4
Robert Patterson died on 14 March 1846 at Benton, Yates Co., New York, USA, at age 83.2
Robert Patterson was buried after 14 March 1846 at Benton Rural Cemetery, Benton Center, Yates Co. (now), New York, USA,

; from Dumas & Conybeare [2008:I:58]
     Patterson Robert (died) 1846 Mar 14 D aw 83/7/22


from Find A Grave website:
     Birth:      Jul. 23, 1762, Ireland
     Death:      Mar. 14, 1846, Yates County, New York, USA

Robert Patterson was born in Ireland and immigrated to America where he married Mary Riggs in 1788, a daughter of Phillip & Polly (Pierce) Riggs, in Lower Smithfield, Northhampton, Pennsylvania. Little is known by this family historian of Robert's childhood and early years, or his passage from Ireland to America. His parentage remains unknown.

Robert was a skilled carpenter and moved to the new settlement of Benton, Yates County, New York about 1797 with his wife Mary and their 5 children. He built their home on their wilderness farm, lot 43 in township No. 8 in Yates County, New York where their number of children increased to 10. During his career his occupations were described between ingenious and noted mechanic, carpenter, architect and builder. By 1810 he reserved his place in history as the builder of the first church edifice in the same township where he dwelled. As well as a surveyor of roads in the early 1800's.

Robert and Mary had 10 children, 6 sons and 4 daughters: Ira S., Elizabeth, John, William, Rhoda, Mary, Reuben R., Robert, Adelia A., and Hiram R. Patterson.

Both Robert and Mary Patterson are buried at the Benton Rural Cemetery in the old section, Yates County, New York.

The Patterson's, Riggs, Scofield's and numerous other related families are recorded in the book History of Yates County, New York, published in 1872.

Family links:
Children: Rhoda C Shay (1784 - 1876)*

Burial: Benton Rural Cemetery, Benton Center, Yates County, New York, USA

Created by: Bella
Record added: Jun 19, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19986602.2,3

Family

Mary Riggs b. 7 Oct 1770, d. 3 Oct 1844
Children

Citations

  1. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, History and Directory of Yates County, New York: Containing a Sketch of its Original Settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the Lessee Company and Others, with an Account of Individual Pioneers; also of other Leading Citizens - Volumes 1 & 2 (Chronicle Office, Penn Yan, NY: S. C. Cleveland, 1976 Reprint), pp. 220-221. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Robert Patterson: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&amp;GRid=19986602&ref=acom. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  3. [S3255] Crances Dumas & Sherry Conybeare, Yates county Cemeteries and Cemetery Burials, Six Volumes (Penn Yan, N. Y.: Yates Co. Genealogical and Historical Society, 2008), vol. I, p. 58. Hereinafter cited as Yates Co NY Cemetery Burials.
  4. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Mary Riggs Patterson: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=patterson&GSiman=1&GScid=2220849&GRid=19986738&
  5. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Rhoda C Shay: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=49107539
  6. [S2338] Ancestry.Com Family Trees, online http://trees.ancestry.com/, Elizabeth Patterson: http://person.ancestry.com/tree/82740947/person/44469517639/facts. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.Com Family Trees.
  7. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, John Patterson: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=patterson&GSiman=1&GScid=2220849&GRid=20833465&
  8. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Hiram R Patterson: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20053221

George Armstrong1

M, #77835, b. 21 April 1761, d. 7 January 1848
FatherMartin Armstrong2,3 d. 1806
MotherElizabeth (?)3
Last Edited15 Nov 2015
     George Armstrong was born on 21 April 1761 at Rock Hill Township, Somerset Co., New Jersey, USA.4,3 He married Hannah Riggs, daughter of Phillip Riggs and Mary Polly Pierce, on 17 May 1799 at prob. Benton, Ontario Co. (now Yates Co.), New York, USA; his 1st wife.1,4,3 George Armstrong married Margaret Honeyman on 28 December 1810; his 2nd wife; her 2nd husband.4
George Armstrong died on 7 January 1848 at prob. Somerset Co., New Jersey, USA, at age 86.4,3
George Armstrong was buried after 7 January 1848 at Lamington Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Lamington Township, Somerset Co., New Jersey, USA,

; from Find A Grave website:
Birth:      Apr. 21, 1761, Rocky Hill, Somerset County, New Jersey, USA
Death:      Jan. 7, 1848, New Jersey, USA

Revolutionary War Teamster Capt. Beatty's Brigade,Somerset Militia.
George Armstrong married, May 17, 1799 Hannah Riggs, who d. June 19, 1808, and had three children: (1) Martin, b. May 26, 1800; d. Feb. 1814. (2) George Riggs, b. Apr. 5, 1804; d. Feb. 11, 1812. (3) Mary Riggs, b. Sept. 26, 1806.
The Honeyman family in Scotland and America, 1548-1908, A. Van Doren Honeyman, Plainfield, NJ: Honeyman's Pub. House, 1909, pages 117 & 216.
Ancestry.com. American Revolutionary War Rejected Pensions Record, Name: George Armstrong, State: New Jersey, Location: Somerset, Reason: Team service.

Family links:
Spouses:
Margaret Honeyman Henry Armstrong (1767 - 1821)*
Hannah Riggs Armstrong (1778 - 1808)*

Children:
Martin Armstrong (1800 - 1814)*
George Riggs Armstrong (1804 - 1812)*
Mary Riggs Armstrong (1806 - ____)*
John H Armstrong (1812 - 1874)*

Inscription:
George Armstrong
Died Jan. 7, 1848
in 87th yr.

Burial: Lamington Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Lamington, Somerset County, New Jersey, USA

Created by: Alice Martin LaRue
Record added: Jul 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54557847.3,5
     Reference: The Honeyman family (Honeyman, Honyman, Hunneman, etc.) in Scotland and America, 1548-1908, A. Van Doren Honeyman, Plainfield, NJ: Honeyman’s Pub. House, 1909, page 216 has the following:
     “MARGARET [Honeyman], of Bedminster township, Somerset Co., N.J., b 1767; d. Jan. 31, 1821; m. (1) Jan. 10, 1799, William Henry, farmer, who was b. Sept. 7, 1765, and d. Aug. 25, 1807; (2) Dec. 28, 1810, George Armstrong, who was b. Apr. 21, 1761 and d. Jan. 7, 1848. William Henry lived at the head of “Homeyman’s Lane,” his residence being close to that of his father-in-law. George Armstrong had previously married, May 17, 1799 Hannah Riggs, who d. June 19, 1808, and by whom he had three children: (1) Martin, b. May 26, 1800; d. Feb. 1814. (2) George Riggs, b. Apr. 5, 1804; d. Feb.. 11, 1812. (3) Mary Riggs, b. Sept. 26, 1806.” Page 117 of the same book reads, “Margaret, as the wife of William Henry, lived in the vicinity of Lamington, but had various reisdences as Mrs. Armstrong.”
     “George and Margaret had one child, John Honeyman Armstrong, of near Peapack, NJ, b 3 Aug 1812, d Cincinnati Feb 1874. These sources combine to show that George Armstrong went from NJ possibly to KY then to Ontario Co NY and back to NJ. Postings at Ancestry.com agree with this."4

Reference: (from Kathy Alvis Patterson's Weblog)
     1.6a George ARMSTRONG*
     Birth: 21 Apr 1761, Rock Hill, Somerset Co NJ
     Death: 7 Jan 1848, prob Somerset Co NJ
     Burial: Lamington Pres Cem, Somerset Co NJ
     1800 Seneca Two, Ontario Co NY: 10010/12010, four pages away from Alexander and James.
     Spouse: Hannah RIGGS
     Death: 19 Jun 1808
     Marr: 17 May 1799, prob Benton NY
          1.6a.1 Martin ARMSTRONG
Birth: 26 May 1800
          1.6a.2 George Riggs ARMSTRONG
Birth: 5 Apr 1804
          1.6a.3 Mary Riggs ARMSTRONG
Birth: 26 Sep 1806


     1.6b George ARMSTRONG* (See above)
     Spouse: Margaret HONEYMAN
     Birth: abt 23 Mar 1767, Griggstown, Somerset Co NJ
     Death: 30 Jun 1821
     Marr: 28 Dec 1810
     1.6b.1 John Honeyman ARMSTRONG
     Birth: 3 Aug 1812, Hunterdon, Peapock, NJ
     Death: 1874, Cincinnati, Hamilton Co OH
     Occ: Printer
     Children in 1870 were George, 25, John Martin, 23, Anna, 8, and William, 7, all but William born in NY.
     1860 Philadelphia PA, with Harriet, 33, with George, 15, John M, 12, Sarah E, 6 mos.
     1850 NYC, book binder, with wife, 27, and same two sons.
     Spouse: Harriet WELCH
     Birth: ca 1822-1826, NY
     Death: bef 1870.3

George Armstrong and Hannah Riggs lived at Seneca Township, Ontario Co., New York, USA.6

Family 1

Hannah Riggs b. 1778, d. 19 Jun 1808
Children

Family 2

Margaret Honeyman b. c 23 Mar 1767, d. 30 Jun 1821
Child

Citations

  1. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, History and Directory of Yates County, New York: Containing a Sketch of its Original Settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the Lessee Company and Others, with an Account of Individual Pioneers; also of other Leading Citizens - Volumes 1 & 2 (Chronicle Office, Penn Yan, NY: S. C. Cleveland, 1976 Reprint), pp. 220-221. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY.
  2. [S3258] Kathy Alvis Patterson, "HART and ARMSTRONG Family Discoveries," e-mail message from <e-mail address> (unknown address) to G A Vaut, 15 Nov 2015, Yes, “my” George and John Armstrong of Geneva NY and their nephew John, my ancestor, were sons of Martin Armstrong of Somerset Co NJ, who purchased land in Ontario Co NY and deeded it to his eight children.
    The two county histories make it clear that George Armstrong who married Hannah Riggs is the George from NJ.
    This is wordy but hopefully clear: https://alvispat.wordpress.com/armstrong-martin-of-somerset-co-nj/. Hereinafter cited as "Patterson Email 15 Nov 2015 Re: HART and ARMSTRONG."
  3. [S2911] Alvispat's Weblog - Ancestors of Kathy Alvis Patterson—Ancestral Lines for Alvis, Armstrong, Pedigo, Light, Eyster, Atwell, Turner, Dorsey and Others: Armstrongs of Princeton NJ and Geneva NY and other Armstrong Families in Western NY, online <https://alvispat.wordpress.com/2008/08/05/armstrongs-of-nj-and-western-ny/>, ARMSTRONG, Martin, of Somerset Co NJ: https://alvispat.wordpress.com/armstrong-martin-of-somerset-co-nj/. Hereinafter cited as Alvispat's Weblog- ARMSTRONG.
  4. [S2911] Alvispat's Weblog- ARMSTRONG, online https://alvispat.wordpress.com/2008/08/05/armstrongs-of-nj-and-western-ny/, cites: The Honeyman family (Honeyman, Honyman, Hunneman, etc.) in Scotland and America, 1548-1908, A. Van Doren Honeyman, Plainfield, NJ: Honeyman’s Pub. House, 1909, page 216.
  5. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Pvt George Armstrong: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=armstrong&GSiman=1&GScid=1520607&GRid=54557847&. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  6. [S1047] Stafford Canning Cleveland and Jemima Wilkinson, Cleveland [1873] History of Yates Co NY, p. 221.

James McLean1

M, #77837, b. circa 1779, d. 1833
FatherJohn S. McLean b. 11 Jun 1748, d. 9 Aug 1841; Sexton [1883, p. 268] lists the five children of John and Sarah who were born "at Mifflin on the Juniata River".1
MotherSarah Armstrong1 b. 15 Jun 1753, d. 3 Sep 1841
ChartsChart of Descendants of Alexander Armstrong, Sr
Chart of Descendants of John S. McLean
Last Edited12 Nov 2020
     James McLean was born circa 1779 at prob. Fermanagh Township, Cumberland Co. (now Juniata Co.), Pennsylvania, USA; Sexton [1883:263] lists James first in his list of the children, but doesn't give dates of birth for any of them. DAR Applications No. 6462887 and No. 780904 have a DOB of 1777. However, this would have been two years before his parent's marriage (31 Aug 1779). Many DAR applications do not list a child named James, but do list the other 9 children born after James. DAR Application No. 866451 gives 1779 as the year of birth (the same year as his parents' marriage).1,2,3,4
James McLean died in 1833.5
     James McLean appeared in the census of 1820 at Benton, Ontario Co. (now Yates Co.), New York, USA; p. 258, line 5
     Name:     5 James Mclean [77837] Ref #2989
     Home in 1820 (City, County, State):     Benton, Ontario, New York
     Enumeration Date:     August 7, 1820
     Free White Persons - Males - Under 10:     3 [aft 1810]
     Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15:     1 [1805-1810]
     Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 18:     1 [1802-1804]
     Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25:     1 [1795-1810]
     Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44:     1 [1776-1801] James ca 1780/1
     Free White Persons - Females - Under 10:     1 [aft 1810]
     Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15:     1 [1805-1810]
     Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44:     1 [1776-1801]
     Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture:     1
     Free White Persons - Under 16:     6
     Free White Persons - Over 25:     2
     Total Free White Persons:     9
     Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other:     9.6

James McLean appeared in the census of 1830 at Jerusalem, Yates Co., New York, USA; p. 273, line 23
     Name:     James McLean
     Home in 1830 (City, County, State):     Jerusalem, Yates, New York
     Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9:     1
     Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14:     1
     Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19:     1
     Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29:     2
     Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59:     1
     Free White Persons - Females - Under 5:     1
     Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19:     1
     Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29:     1
     Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49:     1
     Free White Persons - Under 20:     5
     Free White Persons - 20 thru 49:     4
     Total Free White Persons:     10
     Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored):     10.7

Citations

  1. [S2922] John L. Sexton, History of Tioga County, Pennsylvania with Illustrations, Portraits, & Sketches of Prominent Families and Individuals (NY: W. W. Munsell & Co., 1883), p. 268. Hereinafter cited as Sexton [1883] History of Tioga Co PA.
  2. [S3305] DAR Application No. 646288 - Ancestor: John McLean, DAR No. A077993 (with supporting documentation), unknown series. Hereinafter cited as DAR App #646288 John McLean 76217.
  3. [S3306] DAR Application No. 866451 - Ancestor: John McLean, DAR No. A077993, unknown series. Hereinafter cited as DAR App #866451 John McLean 76217.
  4. [S3307] DAR Application No. 780904 - Ancestor: John McLean, DAR No. A077993, unknown series. Hereinafter cited as DAR App #780904 John McLean 76217.
  5. [S3307] DAR App #780904 John McLean 76217, Says James "d 1833."
  6. [S2989] 1820 Federal Census, 1820 Census NY, Ontario Co., Benton Township, Source Citation - 1820 U S Census; Census Place: Benton, Ontario, New York; Page: 258; NARA Roll: M33_62; Image: 140
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&db=1820usfedcenancestry&gss=angs-d&new=1&rank=1&msT=1&gsln=mclean&msrpn__ftp=Ontario+County%2c+New+York%2c+USA&msrpn=2235&msrpn_PInfo=7-%7c0%7c1652393%7c0%7c2%7c3244%7c35%7c0%7c2235%7c0%7c0%7c&msrpn_x=1&msrpn__ftp_x=1&MSAV=1&uidh=v51&pcat=35&fh=1&h=569487&recoff=9&ml_rpos=2
    image: http://interactive.ancestry.com/7734/4433299_00140?pid=569487&backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2f%2fcgi-bin%2fsse.dll%3findiv%3d1%26db%3d1820usfedcenancestry%26gss%3dangs-d%26new%3d1%26rank%3d1%26msT%3d1%26gsfn%3dJames%26gsfn_x%3d0%26gsln%3dMcLean%26gsln_x%3dNP_NS%26msrpn__ftp%3dYates%2bCounty%252c%2bNew%2bYork%252c%2bUSA%26msrpn%3d3220%26msrpn_PInfo%3d7-%257c0%257c1652393%257c0%257c2%257c3244%257c35%257c0%257c3220%257c0%257c0%257c%26MSAV%3d1%26uidh%3dv51%26pcat%3d35%26fh%3d0%26h%3d569487%26recoff%3d8%2b9%26ml_rpos%3d1&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true
  7. [S3304] 1830 Federal Census, 1830 Census NY, Yates Co., Jerusalem Township, Source Citation: 1830; Census Place: Jerusalem, Yates, New York; Series: M19; Roll: 117; Page: 273; Family History Library Film: 0017177
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&db=1830usfedcenancestry&h=168278&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&rhSource=7734
    Image: http://interactive.ancestry.com/8058/4410717_00533?pid=168278&backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2f%2fcgi-bin%2fsse.dll%3findiv%3d1%26db%3d1830usfedcenancestry%26h%3d168278%26tid%3d%26pid%3d%26usePUB%3dtrue%26rhSource%3d7734&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true

Alexander I McLean1

M, #77838, b. 31 August 1782, d. 25 September 1784
FatherJohn S. McLean1 b. 11 Jun 1748, d. 9 Aug 1841
MotherSarah Armstrong1 b. 15 Jun 1753, d. 3 Sep 1841
ChartsChart of Descendants of Alexander Armstrong, Sr
Chart of Descendants of John S. McLean
Last Edited13 Feb 2016
     Alexander I McLean was born on 31 August 1782 at prob. Fermanagh Township, Cumberland Co. (now Juniata Co.), Pennsylvania, USA.1,2,3
Alexander I McLean died on 25 September 1784 at prob. Fermanagh Township, Cumberland Co. (now Juniata Co.), Pennsylvania, USA, at age 2.4
     ; from Jordan [1915:III:1682-8]
(The McLean Line.)
The McLean's have every reason to be proud of their history and ancestry. It may be regarded as an unquestionable fact that the McLean's are purely of Highland origin. They can trace their origin with precision to Old Dougall of Scone, who must have flourished about the year l 100, and has been described as an influential, just and venerable man. Of all the clans, none is more deserving of honorable mention. For centuries it held a conspicuous place for independence of bearing and disinterested loyalty in the history of Scotland. Rapidly grew until it reached its zenith, at which time, during the reign of James VI., it was accounted the most powerful of any in the Hebrides.

The lands belonging to the clan at the time of the final forfeiture of the Lords of the Isles (1493) comprised the greater part of Mull, the whole of Coll and Tierce, portions of Scarba, Islay, and districts in Morvern and Knapdale.

Similar to all Highland names, that of McLean has undergone many changes. Perhaps none other can exhibit a greater variety of more curious fluctuations. The clan takes its name from Gilleain, known as Gilleain na Tuaidah, who flourished about the year 1250. To this name, the word Mac, meaning son, is added, showing the clan is composed of the sons of Gilleain. The official records of Scotland gave many curious spellings, which either prove that there was no established form or that the scribes were very indifferent as to correctness. The oldest spelling is that recorded by Stoddart, whose Gilleain's son's name is spelled Gilleain Malsilyn.

The fifteenth century presents no less than twelve different ways of recording the name, while in the sixteenth century there were twenty-seven different modes, and we find in 1546 McLean first spelled as the name is written here.

John S. McLean was born in Ireland, June 11, 1748. He was the son of a rich gentleman; was well educated; reared in luxury and wealth; had black hair and brown eyes; was a man about 5 feet 80 inches tall, and good looking. Possessing a great desire to visit America he came to this country. When the Revolutionary War broke out he enlisted in service. In Captain Denton's company, New York Line, he became lieutenant, militia Dutchess county, Seventh Regiment of New York, serving seven years for his adopted country. He was heard to relate that for three days he went without any food, having only tobacco, and after a day's hard fighting, laid down on the battlefield, in the morning finding his hair frozen to the ground in the blood of his slain comrades. He intended to again return to his native land and had a great desire to do so, but on hearing of the death of his father and that he would have nothing to return to, as the oldest son would inherit all, the desire7 ceased and he remained, learning the cooper's trade in order to make a living. On August 31, 1779, he married Sarah Armstrong. They had lived some years in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, and during the latter part of the eighteenth century moved to West Benton, Yates county, New York. He was one of the first members of the Presbyterian church there, which he helped to build. He lived to the good old age of ninety-three years, always enjoying the blessings of good health. Their children were:
l. William, born October 23, l780, married Elizabeth, born July 25, 1791.
2. Alexander, born August 31, 1782.
3. Elizabeth, born October 10, 1784.
4. Alexander, born January 18, 1785.
5. Mary, born November 15, 1787.
6. John A., born June 22, 1790·
7. George, of whom further.
8. Sarah, born May 17, 1795.
9. Deborah, born August 15, 1797.

George McLean, son of John S. McLean, was born March 7, 1793· in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. In early life he moved to West Benton, Yates county, New York. On hearing of the great wooded country by the glowing accounts written them by two of their sons, Daniel S. and W. Edwin, who had come to Waterford township and built their homes, he and his wife decided to leave the town of Pulteney, Steuben county, New York, and journeyed to the far West as it then seemed to them. On Monday the first of April, 1847, they bade good-bye to their friends and the old log house which had been a shelter for their eleven children, leaving with two wagon load s, two loads of household goods having been shipped from Canandaigua, thirty miles distant from Pulteney. A spring wagon carried the father, mother, Deborah, Drusilla, Ansel P. and Sarah Jane, Lewis H. making the entire journey on foot. Sarah Jane, then only nine years old and small of her age, having recovered from an attack of the measles and wearing green goggles to keep the bright rays of "Old Sol" from her eyes, often was spoken to by the people as they journeyed from village to hamlet as the "little old grandmother". On Saturday night, after six days of travel across country, a distance of about one hundred and seventy-fi ,·e miles, they arrived at the home of the son W. Edwin, who had located here a year or two previous to this. They lived on the Wilson Moore farm in a log house for one year, then moved to the Clemens farm on the Turnpike road two and one-half miles south of Waterford. This farm comprised three hundred and fifty-six acres, and has since been known as the McLean farm. Here they lived the remainder of their lives, hard-working, prosperous farmers. Here the scene of pleasant home gatherings; here the wanderer found rest and shelter for the night. The young people of the neighborhood enjoyed many a delightful evening at this home; many a winter's evening the family were gathered around the fireplace paring apples, long strings of which are hung up to dry, after which they joined in song, the father leading, each one carrying his own part. Here grandfather heard the summons, "Well done, come up higher," on March 17, 1872, and grandmother followed June 5, 1875.

He married, November 19, 1815, Elizabeth Sebring, who died June 5, 1875, daughter of Abraham and Nancy (Harris) Sebring, of Seneca county, New York. Abraham Sebring was a son of John C. Sebring, who was the father of two other sons, namely: Folkard, born 1759, died May 12, 1837, buried in McNeal Cemetery, Lodi, New York, and Cornelius, born August 17, 1763, died March 2, 1828, married and had a son, John C., also a grandson, John C., of Lodi, New York. John C. Sebring Sr. and another man owned a fleet of ships which were captured by the French in 1800. Abraham Sebring, the oldest son of John C. Sebring, was born June 23, 1758, in Bridgewater, Somerset county, New Jersey, died April 16, 1839, buried in Le Compt Cemetery Lodi, New York, as was also his wife.

Children of Abraham and Nancy (Harris) Sebring:
1.     Daniel, married Sarah--; children: Abigail and Charles.
2.     John, married and was the father of two children: Cyrus and John Nelson.
3.     Catherine, became the wife of Joshua Cashun; children: John, William, Catherine, Hiram.
4.      Mary, became the wife of James Armstrong; children:
i.     Charles Weller, married Orrilla Conkrite; children: Lee, Newman, Mary, Addie.
ii.      William, married Hannah Mann: children: Charles, Henry, George, Mary, Alma.
iii.      David, married twice, three children by first wife: Edward, Harvey, Sarah, and two children by second wife: Belle and Maud.
iv.      Sebring, married (first) --, (second) Mary Wise, children by first wife: Charles, Mandana, Eva, Samuel.
v.      Amelia, became the wife of Robert Squires; children: Edgar, Lee, Lilly. vi. Nancy, became the wife of John Hardy; child, Frank.
vii.      Alexander, married Louise--, and had an adopted son.
viii.      Harrison, married Sarah Goodell; children: Barnum, Emery, Emily, Harriet.
ix.      Dianna, became the wife of Charles Coryell; children: Minnie, Rollin, Bertie, Fredrick, Addie, married Myron Coryell. x. Charles. xi. John.
5.      Johannah, became the wife of John Ross; children: John, William, Anna, Johannah.
6.      Elizabeth, became the wife of George McLean, aforementioned.
7.      Margaret, became the wife of Peter Van Zant; children:
i.      Erastus, married Mary Rice; two children: Spence and Alf red.
ii.      Elizabeth, became the wife of Thomas Nash; one child, Merrill.
iii.      Nancy, became the wife of Arthur Nash; one child, Charles, deceased.
iv.      Jared, married Mary Bane; two daughters: Alwina, became the wife of Timothy Porter, children: Worthington, Capitola, Nettie, Ella, Rose, Kenira; Theresa, became the wife of Robert Fulture; children: John, Mark, Emma.
v.      Harvey Lake, married Rachel Willson; children: Charles and Margaret.
vi.      Charles, unmarried.
vii.      Esther, became the wife of James Evans; several children.
8.      Charity, became the wife of Chandler Newman; children: Jackson, Emma, Sarah, Dianna.
9.      Dianna, became the wife of Richard Meddick; children:
i.      Augustus, born June 10, 1836.
ii.      Jackson, born May 26, 1838, married, May 21, 1865, Ellen Martin; children: Nina, Frank, Harry.
iii.      Lucy, born November 10, 1839, deceased.
iv.      Alonzo, born May 25, 1842.
v.      Orrilla, born October 20, 1844.
vi.      Emma, born November 19, 1846, became the wife of Oliver Monroe, June 29, 1876, one child, Grace, born April 3, 1879, became the wife of Floyd Langworthy, June 29, 1905, four children.

Children of George and Elizabeth (Sebring) McLean, born in Pulteney, Steuben county, New York:
1.      Joannah, born November 6, 1816; died March 29, 1881; married, January 7, 1839, George H. Whitney, who died October 15, 1869; children:
i.      Elizabeth, born February 2, 1840, died January l, 1859; married David Stowe; child, Mary.
ii.      Phebe, born October 5, 1841, died July 8, 1862; married Harrison Martin; child, George Edwin, born June 18, 1858.
iii.      Anna, born July 21, 1843, died August 26, 1872; married Charlie Thompson; children: Annette, married Bert Hare; three children; George, married Emma McQuay; Agnes, married Will Sherwood, three children; Chancy, married Lettie Ash; he is deceased.
iv.      Charles, born March II. 1846; married Rachel Boyd; children: Bowman, married Blanch Flaugh, four children; Ray, deceased; Glenn.
v.      Eliza, born February 10, 1848, died September 23, 1849.
vi.      Addie, born June 18, 1851; married (first) Thomas Ghere, who died December 16, 1890; married (second) Leroy T. Burgess; children of first marriage: Ella S., born October 18, 1869; married Charles Shearer, died December 5, 1909; three children; Harry F., born April 22, 1873, died December 22, 1881; Frank P., born October 2, 1876, died October 26, 1882; John Lee, born January 13, 1884, married Effie Wade.
vii.      Will, born August 31, 1853, died August l, 1913; married (first) January l, 1875, Mary Ett Martin, ( second) Sarah Cole, (third) Mrs. Caroline Himebaugh; children of second wife: George, married Ella Stafford, three children; Elsie, married Clayton Hale, three children; Dane, married Bertha Ray; Grace, married George Stafford, two children; Hazel, married William Kauffman, one child.
2.      Daniel Sebring. born May 23, 1818, died April 3, 1886; married, October 3, 1840, Esther Gillett, died August l, 1886: children:
i.      Lewis, born September 22, 1842, died November 22, 1875; married, December 19, 1867, Carrie J. Moore, who married (second) Jerred Avery, and died December 19, 1907; children of Mr. and Mrs. McLean: Clyde C., born April 11, 1872, married, October 14, 1897, Gertrude M L McClung, two children: Lois William, born May l, 1903; Dorothy, born August 4, 1904; Madge Ella, born July 19, 1874, married, October 17, 1899, Eugene Harris, three children: Mildred Frances, born January 28, 1901; Ella Marian, born October 7, 1903; Helen Marjorie, born October 7, 1903.
ii.      Roxina, born October 15, 1845, died December: 17, 1845.
iii.      George, born March 19, 1847; married, September 25, 1878, R. Della White; children: Clinton Pelton, born December 2, 188I, died July 29, 1882; Daniel Sebring, born April 8, 1883, died August 19, 1883; Vera Esther, born November 5, 1886, married, February 10, 1906, Merle D. Wilkins, one child; Lyle, born May 24, 1889, died May 24, 1890; Isadore, born May 3I, 1892, died September I5, 1895.
iv.      Willard, born September 2I, 1849, died November 10, 1910; married, December 26, 1876, Flora M. Coover; children: Ward, born July 5, 1878, married Grace Tracy; Ray.
v.      William, born April 8, 1852, died March 27, 1899; married, January 13, 1880, Eliza Coover Merritt, who died in 1909; child, Maude, married Grant Langdon, two children.
vi.      Clarissa, born April IJ, 1856; married, July 10, 1883, Mike Coover; children: Eugene, Georgiana, married Walter Black.
vii.      Eugene, born August 20, 186I, died September 3, 1880. viii. Jennie, born February 6, 1866; married, February 3, 1885, Winters Campbell; children: Esther, born February 2I, 1886; married, January I4, 1904, Harry McWilliams, six ·children; Clarence, born December 29, 1892; Arthur, born April 14, 1897.
3.      William Edwin, born March 11, 1820, died November 29, 1875; married, November 26, 1843, Clarissa Gillett, died May 30, 1868; children:
i.      Clinton, born May 10, 185I, died September 26, 1852.
ii.      Elizabeth, married E. E. French; children: Florence, married Mont Craig, two children; Georgia, married Thomas Thornton, four children; Edwin A., married Lois Eby De Jarnette; Guy B., married Leonora Octa Smith; Daisy L., married H. M. Howard.
iii.      Roxina, born 1853, died February 2I, 1903; married Dr. O. L. Abbey, died January 19, 1905; child, Fred, died September 1, 1906.
iv.      Clark, born October 24, 1858; married Nita Smith; children: Lynn, Edwin, Clinton, Clark, Albert, Susan, May.
v.      Lynn, born 1863, died July 27, 1886.
4.      George Jr., born December 14, 1821, deceased; married (first) July I6, 1845, Catherine Riley, deceased; married (second) March I3, 1855, Mrs. Anna Wygant; children of first wife:
i.      Rose, married (first) Mr. McLyn, (second) Mr. Skinner.
ii.      Frank, married a Miss Van Tyle, two children: George and Kathleen.
iii.      Irene, married B. J. Wright, three children: Nannie, Grace, Prescott; child of second wife:
iv. Kate.
5.      Lewis Hoyt, born February I5, 1824, died November 4, 1896; married, September I6, 1847, Mary Elizabeth Lamphier, who died April 30, 1894; children:
i.      Francis Edwin, born June 4, 1849, killed by cars on Pennsylvania railroad crossing, June 9, 19I3; married, January 30, 1872, Lucinda Cottrell; children: Jessie Nellie, born November 5, 1872, died November 8, 1876; Frank Leslie, born September 7, 1877, died August I5, 1878; Bessie Wave, born December 30, 1880; Russel Matthew Kilgore (adopted son), born April 10, 1898.
ii.      Benjamin Lamphier, born January 29, 185I, died April 4, 185i.
iii.      Charles Arnold, born May 29, 1853; married (first) August 25, 1874, Clemantina C. Cutshall, who died June I5, 1887: married (second) October 19, 1887, Alma E. Herriott; children of first wife: Frank Spencer, born May 10, 1879, died March 28, 1893: Stella Fern, born August 24, 1883, died September I5, 1886; Minnie Alice, born March 4, 1886, died March 22, 1886; children of second wife: Mary Edna, born August 9, 1888; Lewis Elmer, born October 7, 1889, died March 6, 1891; John William, born October 12, 1891; Leslie Harold, born November 20, 1893; Mildred Grace, born September I, 1896; Charlie Kenneth, born September 15, 1898.
iv.      Mary Elizabeth, born August 27, 1854, died October 21, 1854.
v.      Viola Adell, born August 30, 1856, died May 3, 1865.
vi.      John Chandler, born January 6, 1861, married, May 24, 1881, Flora O. Starrett, who died February 6, 191I; children: Calvin Randall, born 1882, married Jessie Thomas, one child; Roger Clifford, born 1883, died 1906, married Inez Chapman, two children; Mabel Grace, born December, 1885, married June, 1911, Rev. Blaine Schaffner; Paul, born 1887, died 1887.
vii.      George Hiram, born October 15, 1864, died July 21, 1883.
6.      Deborah, born July 19, 1827, died March 10, 1912; married, January 22, 1857, George Moore, who died October 5, 1907; children:
i.      May E., born December 17, 1859.
ii.      Lizzie, born December 23, 1868, died March 7, 1869.
iii.      Gordon V., born May 18, 1871, died June 24, 1905.
7.      Drusilla, born December 11, 1829, died March 24, 1896; married, November 12, 1849, Henry Fullerton, who died in April, 1886; children:
i.      Joannah, born October 29, 1849, died June 14, 1891; married Allen Laird, children: George, Maud, Gertrude, Grace, May, Ralph, Guy.
ii.      Stephen, born February 5, r85i.
iii.      Mary, born May 18, 1852, died 1897; married Henry Brown; children: Agnes, Olive, Will, Belle, Robert, Reuben, Charlie, Guy.
iv.      William Adelbert, born November 15, 1853; married Estella Allen; children: Perry F. and Orrin.
v.      Armond, born January 30, 1857; married, April 28, 1887, Sarah Shipman.
vi.      Ida, born January 7, 1861; married L. R. Howe; children: Fred and Armond.
vii.      George, born January 3, 1862; married Beryl Holden, child, Irene F., married Fred Cottrell.
viii.     Pauline, born July 4, 1863, died February 17, 1864. ix. Emma, born September 2, 1864; married Joseph Buzza; children: Will, Minnie, Blanch, deceased; Bessie.
8.      John Sebring, born September 18, 1830, died September r5, 1879; married, January 2, 1865, Sophia J. Boyd, who died March 20, 1904; children:
i.      Rose M., born July 6, 1865; married, July 6, 1881, Horace J. Courtright; children: Lillian M., born April 16, 1882, married, April 28, 1909, Fred Knickerbocker; Glennie, born August 2, 1885, married, August 2, 1910, Lydia Trainer;:Mabel A., born November 18, 1888, married, January 14, 1907, Gray Shelden, two children; Clyde M., born August 7, 1891; married, November 14. 1914, Lucy Bennink; Florence H., born February 14, 1898; Lester A., born February 4, 1900; Gerald R., born January 18, 1903.
ii.      Rachel C., born July 6, 1867; married, June 6, 1900, Arthur M. Harris; children: Viola, Kenneth, Edwin, Cora.
iii.      George B., born August 8, 1869: married, June 20, 1900, Nellie I. Tripp; child, George B. Jr.
iv.      Elizabeth J., born April 25, 1872; married, September 14, 1904, Fred D. Harris.
v.      James Y., born September 8, 1875; married, July 3, 1897, Lillian E. Bunce; children: Merle A., born April 23, 1898, was drowned at Maplewood Park, Union City, Pennsylvania, August 12, 1913; Louis L., born May 28, 1906, died August 3, 1906; Dorothy E., born June 8, 1908.
vi.      Elsie Mae, born April 24, 1878; married, December 24, 1912, Oscar R. Mclntyre.
9.      Chandler New man, born December 13, 1833, died July 25, 1906; married (first) December 13, 1866, Sarah Demaris Wescott, who died in 1895; married (second) Mrs. Ellen Waters; children of first wife: Newton C., born September 17, 1869; Inez M., born 1873, died 1873.
10.      Ansel Pelton, born January 19, 1836, died November 26, 1891; married, May 3. 1871, Mary E. Stafford; children:
i.      Georgiana Ethel, born July 28, 1872; married (first) June 22, 1894, Lester Waterhouse, who died June 18, 1902; married (second) October 15, 1906, George Waterman: child of first marriage: Dorothy Waive, born May 19, 1901; children of second marriage: Leon Edwin, born April 12, 1909, died April 26, 1909; Leone Agatha, born Apr 11 12, 1909, died May 17, 1909.
ii.      Rawle Woodside, born September 3, 1874; married Orrilla Church; child, Lloyd, born May, 1900.
iii.      Waive, born January 17, 1877, died November 28, 1880.
iv.      Macie, born November 22, 1882; married, April 2, 1903, George W. Coover; children: Thelma M., born October 15, 1903: Josephine Mae, born May 30, 1908; Melvin McLean, born November 30, 1912.
11.      Sarah Jane, born October 2, 1837; married, March 6, 1867, James A. Boyd, aforementioned.5

Citations

  1. [S2922] John L. Sexton, History of Tioga County, Pennsylvania with Illustrations, Portraits, & Sketches of Prominent Families and Individuals (NY: W. W. Munsell & Co., 1883), p. 268. Hereinafter cited as Sexton [1883] History of Tioga Co PA.
  2. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Genealogical and Personal History of Western Pennsylvania (Three volumes) (NY: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1915), Volume 3, p. 1683. Hereinafter cited as Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA.
  3. [S2914] Erie Society for Genealogical Research, compiler, Photocopy of Birth, Marriage and Death Records from the McLean Family Bible, originally published in "Keystone Kussins", Vol. XXIII, No. 1, Aug 1984. pp.20-21 (Erie, PA: Erie Society for Genealogical Research, August 1984). Hereinafter cited as McLean Family Bible.
  4. [S3306] DAR Application No. 866451 - Ancestor: John McLean, DAR No. A077993, unknown series, Gives date of death as 25 Sept 1784. Hereinafter cited as DAR App #866451 John McLean 76217.
  5. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA, Vol. 3, pp. 1682-8.

Elizabeth McLean1

F, #77839, b. 10 October 1784, d. 1824
FatherJohn S. McLean1 b. 11 Jun 1748, d. 9 Aug 1841
MotherSarah Armstrong1 b. 15 Jun 1753, d. 3 Sep 1841
ChartsChart of Descendants of Alexander Armstrong, Sr
Chart of Descendants of John S. McLean
Last Edited14 Feb 2016
     Elizabeth McLean was born on 10 October 1784 at prob. Fermanagh Township, Cumberland Co. (now Juniata Co.), Pennsylvania, USA.1,2,3
Elizabeth McLean died in 1824 at prob. Benton, Yates Co., New York, USA; I assume she died in Benton since her parents were living there at the time: she was probably unmarried and living with her parents. G Vaut.4,5
     ; from Jordan [1915:III:1682-8]
(The McLean Line.)
The McLean's have every reason to be proud of their history and ancestry. It may be regarded as an unquestionable fact that the McLean's are purely of Highland origin. They can trace their origin with precision to Old Dougall of Scone, who must have flourished about the year l 100, and has been described as an influential, just and venerable man. Of all the clans, none is more deserving of honorable mention. For centuries it held a conspicuous place for independence of bearing and disinterested loyalty in the history of Scotland. Rapidly grew until it reached its zenith, at which time, during the reign of James VI., it was accounted the most powerful of any in the Hebrides.

The lands belonging to the clan at the time of the final forfeiture of the Lords of the Isles (1493) comprised the greater part of Mull, the whole of Coll and Tierce, portions of Scarba, Islay, and districts in Morvern and Knapdale.

Similar to all Highland names, that of McLean has undergone many changes. Perhaps none other can exhibit a greater variety of more curious fluctuations. The clan takes its name from Gilleain, known as Gilleain na Tuaidah, who flourished about the year 1250. To this name, the word Mac, meaning son, is added, showing the clan is composed of the sons of Gilleain. The official records of Scotland gave many curious spellings, which either prove that there was no established form or that the scribes were very indifferent as to correctness. The oldest spelling is that recorded by Stoddart, whose Gilleain's son's name is spelled Gilleain Malsilyn.

The fifteenth century presents no less than twelve different ways of recording the name, while in the sixteenth century there were twenty-seven different modes, and we find in 1546 McLean first spelled as the name is written here.

John S. McLean was born in Ireland, June 11, 1748. He was the son of a rich gentleman; was well educated; reared in luxury and wealth; had black hair and brown eyes; was a man about 5 feet 80 inches tall, and good looking. Possessing a great desire to visit America he came to this country. When the Revolutionary War broke out he enlisted in service. In Captain Denton's company, New York Line, he became lieutenant, militia Dutchess county, Seventh Regiment of New York, serving seven years for his adopted country. He was heard to relate that for three days he went without any food, having only tobacco, and after a day's hard fighting, laid down on the battlefield, in the morning finding his hair frozen to the ground in the blood of his slain comrades. He intended to again return to his native land and had a great desire to do so, but on hearing of the death of his father and that he would have nothing to return to, as the oldest son would inherit all, the desire7 ceased and he remained, learning the cooper's trade in order to make a living. On August 31, 1779, he married Sarah Armstrong. They had lived some years in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, and during the latter part of the eighteenth century moved to West Benton, Yates county, New York. He was one of the first members of the Presbyterian church there, which he helped to build. He lived to the good old age of ninety-three years, always enjoying the blessings of good health. Their children were:
l. William, born October 23, l780, married Elizabeth, born July 25, 1791.
2. Alexander, born August 31, 1782.
3. Elizabeth, born October 10, 1784.
4. Alexander, born January 18, 1785.
5. Mary, born November 15, 1787.
6. John A., born June 22, 1790·
7. George, of whom further.
8. Sarah, born May 17, 1795.
9. Deborah, born August 15, 1797.

George McLean, son of John S. McLean, was born March 7, 1793· in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. In early life he moved to West Benton, Yates county, New York. On hearing of the great wooded country by the glowing accounts written them by two of their sons, Daniel S. and W. Edwin, who had come to Waterford township and built their homes, he and his wife decided to leave the town of Pulteney, Steuben county, New York, and journeyed to the far West as it then seemed to them. On Monday the first of April, 1847, they bade good-bye to their friends and the old log house which had been a shelter for their eleven children, leaving with two wagon load s, two loads of household goods having been shipped from Canandaigua, thirty miles distant from Pulteney. A spring wagon carried the father, mother, Deborah, Drusilla, Ansel P. and Sarah Jane, Lewis H. making the entire journey on foot. Sarah Jane, then only nine years old and small of her age, having recovered from an attack of the measles and wearing green goggles to keep the bright rays of "Old Sol" from her eyes, often was spoken to by the people as they journeyed from village to hamlet as the "little old grandmother". On Saturday night, after six days of travel across country, a distance of about one hundred and seventy-fi ,·e miles, they arrived at the home of the son W. Edwin, who had located here a year or two previous to this. They lived on the Wilson Moore farm in a log house for one year, then moved to the Clemens farm on the Turnpike road two and one-half miles south of Waterford. This farm comprised three hundred and fifty-six acres, and has since been known as the McLean farm. Here they lived the remainder of their lives, hard-working, prosperous farmers. Here the scene of pleasant home gatherings; here the wanderer found rest and shelter for the night. The young people of the neighborhood enjoyed many a delightful evening at this home; many a winter's evening the family were gathered around the fireplace paring apples, long strings of which are hung up to dry, after which they joined in song, the father leading, each one carrying his own part. Here grandfather heard the summons, "Well done, come up higher," on March 17, 1872, and grandmother followed June 5, 1875.

He married, November 19, 1815, Elizabeth Sebring, who died June 5, 1875, daughter of Abraham and Nancy (Harris) Sebring, of Seneca county, New York. Abraham Sebring was a son of John C. Sebring, who was the father of two other sons, namely: Folkard, born 1759, died May 12, 1837, buried in McNeal Cemetery, Lodi, New York, and Cornelius, born August 17, 1763, died March 2, 1828, married and had a son, John C., also a grandson, John C., of Lodi, New York. John C. Sebring Sr. and another man owned a fleet of ships which were captured by the French in 1800. Abraham Sebring, the oldest son of John C. Sebring, was born June 23, 1758, in Bridgewater, Somerset county, New Jersey, died April 16, 1839, buried in Le Compt Cemetery Lodi, New York, as was also his wife.

Children of Abraham and Nancy (Harris) Sebring:
1.     Daniel, married Sarah--; children: Abigail and Charles.
2.     John, married and was the father of two children: Cyrus and John Nelson.
3.     Catherine, became the wife of Joshua Cashun; children: John, William, Catherine, Hiram.
4.      Mary, became the wife of James Armstrong; children:
i.     Charles Weller, married Orrilla Conkrite; children: Lee, Newman, Mary, Addie.
ii.      William, married Hannah Mann: children: Charles, Henry, George, Mary, Alma.
iii.      David, married twice, three children by first wife: Edward, Harvey, Sarah, and two children by second wife: Belle and Maud.
iv.      Sebring, married (first) --, (second) Mary Wise, children by first wife: Charles, Mandana, Eva, Samuel.
v.      Amelia, became the wife of Robert Squires; children: Edgar, Lee, Lilly. vi. Nancy, became the wife of John Hardy; child, Frank.
vii.      Alexander, married Louise--, and had an adopted son.
viii.      Harrison, married Sarah Goodell; children: Barnum, Emery, Emily, Harriet.
ix.      Dianna, became the wife of Charles Coryell; children: Minnie, Rollin, Bertie, Fredrick, Addie, married Myron Coryell. x. Charles. xi. John.
5.      Johannah, became the wife of John Ross; children: John, William, Anna, Johannah.
6.      Elizabeth, became the wife of George McLean, aforementioned.
7.      Margaret, became the wife of Peter Van Zant; children:
i.      Erastus, married Mary Rice; two children: Spence and Alf red.
ii.      Elizabeth, became the wife of Thomas Nash; one child, Merrill.
iii.      Nancy, became the wife of Arthur Nash; one child, Charles, deceased.
iv.      Jared, married Mary Bane; two daughters: Alwina, became the wife of Timothy Porter, children: Worthington, Capitola, Nettie, Ella, Rose, Kenira; Theresa, became the wife of Robert Fulture; children: John, Mark, Emma.
v.      Harvey Lake, married Rachel Willson; children: Charles and Margaret.
vi.      Charles, unmarried.
vii.      Esther, became the wife of James Evans; several children.
8.      Charity, became the wife of Chandler Newman; children: Jackson, Emma, Sarah, Dianna.
9.      Dianna, became the wife of Richard Meddick; children:
i.      Augustus, born June 10, 1836.
ii.      Jackson, born May 26, 1838, married, May 21, 1865, Ellen Martin; children: Nina, Frank, Harry.
iii.      Lucy, born November 10, 1839, deceased.
iv.      Alonzo, born May 25, 1842.
v.      Orrilla, born October 20, 1844.
vi.      Emma, born November 19, 1846, became the wife of Oliver Monroe, June 29, 1876, one child, Grace, born April 3, 1879, became the wife of Floyd Langworthy, June 29, 1905, four children.

Children of George and Elizabeth (Sebring) McLean, born in Pulteney, Steuben county, New York:
1.      Joannah, born November 6, 1816; died March 29, 1881; married, January 7, 1839, George H. Whitney, who died October 15, 1869; children:
i.      Elizabeth, born February 2, 1840, died January l, 1859; married David Stowe; child, Mary.
ii.      Phebe, born October 5, 1841, died July 8, 1862; married Harrison Martin; child, George Edwin, born June 18, 1858.
iii.      Anna, born July 21, 1843, died August 26, 1872; married Charlie Thompson; children: Annette, married Bert Hare; three children; George, married Emma McQuay; Agnes, married Will Sherwood, three children; Chancy, married Lettie Ash; he is deceased.
iv.      Charles, born March II. 1846; married Rachel Boyd; children: Bowman, married Blanch Flaugh, four children; Ray, deceased; Glenn.
v.      Eliza, born February 10, 1848, died September 23, 1849.
vi.      Addie, born June 18, 1851; married (first) Thomas Ghere, who died December 16, 1890; married (second) Leroy T. Burgess; children of first marriage: Ella S., born October 18, 1869; married Charles Shearer, died December 5, 1909; three children; Harry F., born April 22, 1873, died December 22, 1881; Frank P., born October 2, 1876, died October 26, 1882; John Lee, born January 13, 1884, married Effie Wade.
vii.      Will, born August 31, 1853, died August l, 1913; married (first) January l, 1875, Mary Ett Martin, ( second) Sarah Cole, (third) Mrs. Caroline Himebaugh; children of second wife: George, married Ella Stafford, three children; Elsie, married Clayton Hale, three children; Dane, married Bertha Ray; Grace, married George Stafford, two children; Hazel, married William Kauffman, one child.
2.      Daniel Sebring. born May 23, 1818, died April 3, 1886; married, October 3, 1840, Esther Gillett, died August l, 1886: children:
i.      Lewis, born September 22, 1842, died November 22, 1875; married, December 19, 1867, Carrie J. Moore, who married (second) Jerred Avery, and died December 19, 1907; children of Mr. and Mrs. McLean: Clyde C., born April 11, 1872, married, October 14, 1897, Gertrude M L McClung, two children: Lois William, born May l, 1903; Dorothy, born August 4, 1904; Madge Ella, born July 19, 1874, married, October 17, 1899, Eugene Harris, three children: Mildred Frances, born January 28, 1901; Ella Marian, born October 7, 1903; Helen Marjorie, born October 7, 1903.
ii.      Roxina, born October 15, 1845, died December: 17, 1845.
iii.      George, born March 19, 1847; married, September 25, 1878, R. Della White; children: Clinton Pelton, born December 2, 188I, died July 29, 1882; Daniel Sebring, born April 8, 1883, died August 19, 1883; Vera Esther, born November 5, 1886, married, February 10, 1906, Merle D. Wilkins, one child; Lyle, born May 24, 1889, died May 24, 1890; Isadore, born May 3I, 1892, died September I5, 1895.
iv.      Willard, born September 2I, 1849, died November 10, 1910; married, December 26, 1876, Flora M. Coover; children: Ward, born July 5, 1878, married Grace Tracy; Ray.
v.      William, born April 8, 1852, died March 27, 1899; married, January 13, 1880, Eliza Coover Merritt, who died in 1909; child, Maude, married Grant Langdon, two children.
vi.      Clarissa, born April IJ, 1856; married, July 10, 1883, Mike Coover; children: Eugene, Georgiana, married Walter Black.
vii.      Eugene, born August 20, 186I, died September 3, 1880. viii. Jennie, born February 6, 1866; married, February 3, 1885, Winters Campbell; children: Esther, born February 2I, 1886; married, January I4, 1904, Harry McWilliams, six ·children; Clarence, born December 29, 1892; Arthur, born April 14, 1897.
3.      William Edwin, born March 11, 1820, died November 29, 1875; married, November 26, 1843, Clarissa Gillett, died May 30, 1868; children:
i.      Clinton, born May 10, 185I, died September 26, 1852.
ii.      Elizabeth, married E. E. French; children: Florence, married Mont Craig, two children; Georgia, married Thomas Thornton, four children; Edwin A., married Lois Eby De Jarnette; Guy B., married Leonora Octa Smith; Daisy L., married H. M. Howard.
iii.      Roxina, born 1853, died February 2I, 1903; married Dr. O. L. Abbey, died January 19, 1905; child, Fred, died September 1, 1906.
iv.      Clark, born October 24, 1858; married Nita Smith; children: Lynn, Edwin, Clinton, Clark, Albert, Susan, May.
v.      Lynn, born 1863, died July 27, 1886.
4.      George Jr., born December 14, 1821, deceased; married (first) July I6, 1845, Catherine Riley, deceased; married (second) March I3, 1855, Mrs. Anna Wygant; children of first wife:
i.      Rose, married (first) Mr. McLyn, (second) Mr. Skinner.
ii.      Frank, married a Miss Van Tyle, two children: George and Kathleen.
iii.      Irene, married B. J. Wright, three children: Nannie, Grace, Prescott; child of second wife:
iv. Kate.
5.      Lewis Hoyt, born February I5, 1824, died November 4, 1896; married, September I6, 1847, Mary Elizabeth Lamphier, who died April 30, 1894; children:
i.      Francis Edwin, born June 4, 1849, killed by cars on Pennsylvania railroad crossing, June 9, 19I3; married, January 30, 1872, Lucinda Cottrell; children: Jessie Nellie, born November 5, 1872, died November 8, 1876; Frank Leslie, born September 7, 1877, died August I5, 1878; Bessie Wave, born December 30, 1880; Russel Matthew Kilgore (adopted son), born April 10, 1898.
ii.      Benjamin Lamphier, born January 29, 185I, died April 4, 185i.
iii.      Charles Arnold, born May 29, 1853; married (first) August 25, 1874, Clemantina C. Cutshall, who died June I5, 1887: married (second) October 19, 1887, Alma E. Herriott; children of first wife: Frank Spencer, born May 10, 1879, died March 28, 1893: Stella Fern, born August 24, 1883, died September I5, 1886; Minnie Alice, born March 4, 1886, died March 22, 1886; children of second wife: Mary Edna, born August 9, 1888; Lewis Elmer, born October 7, 1889, died March 6, 1891; John William, born October 12, 1891; Leslie Harold, born November 20, 1893; Mildred Grace, born September I, 1896; Charlie Kenneth, born September 15, 1898.
iv.      Mary Elizabeth, born August 27, 1854, died October 21, 1854.
v.      Viola Adell, born August 30, 1856, died May 3, 1865.
vi.      John Chandler, born January 6, 1861, married, May 24, 1881, Flora O. Starrett, who died February 6, 191I; children: Calvin Randall, born 1882, married Jessie Thomas, one child; Roger Clifford, born 1883, died 1906, married Inez Chapman, two children; Mabel Grace, born December, 1885, married June, 1911, Rev. Blaine Schaffner; Paul, born 1887, died 1887.
vii.      George Hiram, born October 15, 1864, died July 21, 1883.
6.      Deborah, born July 19, 1827, died March 10, 1912; married, January 22, 1857, George Moore, who died October 5, 1907; children:
i.      May E., born December 17, 1859.
ii.      Lizzie, born December 23, 1868, died March 7, 1869.
iii.      Gordon V., born May 18, 1871, died June 24, 1905.
7.      Drusilla, born December 11, 1829, died March 24, 1896; married, November 12, 1849, Henry Fullerton, who died in April, 1886; children:
i.      Joannah, born October 29, 1849, died June 14, 1891; married Allen Laird, children: George, Maud, Gertrude, Grace, May, Ralph, Guy.
ii.      Stephen, born February 5, r85i.
iii.      Mary, born May 18, 1852, died 1897; married Henry Brown; children: Agnes, Olive, Will, Belle, Robert, Reuben, Charlie, Guy.
iv.      William Adelbert, born November 15, 1853; married Estella Allen; children: Perry F. and Orrin.
v.      Armond, born January 30, 1857; married, April 28, 1887, Sarah Shipman.
vi.      Ida, born January 7, 1861; married L. R. Howe; children: Fred and Armond.
vii.      George, born January 3, 1862; married Beryl Holden, child, Irene F., married Fred Cottrell.
viii.     Pauline, born July 4, 1863, died February 17, 1864. ix. Emma, born September 2, 1864; married Joseph Buzza; children: Will, Minnie, Blanch, deceased; Bessie.
8.      John Sebring, born September 18, 1830, died September r5, 1879; married, January 2, 1865, Sophia J. Boyd, who died March 20, 1904; children:
i.      Rose M., born July 6, 1865; married, July 6, 1881, Horace J. Courtright; children: Lillian M., born April 16, 1882, married, April 28, 1909, Fred Knickerbocker; Glennie, born August 2, 1885, married, August 2, 1910, Lydia Trainer;:Mabel A., born November 18, 1888, married, January 14, 1907, Gray Shelden, two children; Clyde M., born August 7, 1891; married, November 14. 1914, Lucy Bennink; Florence H., born February 14, 1898; Lester A., born February 4, 1900; Gerald R., born January 18, 1903.
ii.      Rachel C., born July 6, 1867; married, June 6, 1900, Arthur M. Harris; children: Viola, Kenneth, Edwin, Cora.
iii.      George B., born August 8, 1869: married, June 20, 1900, Nellie I. Tripp; child, George B. Jr.
iv.      Elizabeth J., born April 25, 1872; married, September 14, 1904, Fred D. Harris.
v.      James Y., born September 8, 1875; married, July 3, 1897, Lillian E. Bunce; children: Merle A., born April 23, 1898, was drowned at Maplewood Park, Union City, Pennsylvania, August 12, 1913; Louis L., born May 28, 1906, died August 3, 1906; Dorothy E., born June 8, 1908.
vi.      Elsie Mae, born April 24, 1878; married, December 24, 1912, Oscar R. Mclntyre.
9.      Chandler New man, born December 13, 1833, died July 25, 1906; married (first) December 13, 1866, Sarah Demaris Wescott, who died in 1895; married (second) Mrs. Ellen Waters; children of first wife: Newton C., born September 17, 1869; Inez M., born 1873, died 1873.
10.      Ansel Pelton, born January 19, 1836, died November 26, 1891; married, May 3. 1871, Mary E. Stafford; children:
i.      Georgiana Ethel, born July 28, 1872; married (first) June 22, 1894, Lester Waterhouse, who died June 18, 1902; married (second) October 15, 1906, George Waterman: child of first marriage: Dorothy Waive, born May 19, 1901; children of second marriage: Leon Edwin, born April 12, 1909, died April 26, 1909; Leone Agatha, born Apr 11 12, 1909, died May 17, 1909.
ii.      Rawle Woodside, born September 3, 1874; married Orrilla Church; child, Lloyd, born May, 1900.
iii.      Waive, born January 17, 1877, died November 28, 1880.
iv.      Macie, born November 22, 1882; married, April 2, 1903, George W. Coover; children: Thelma M., born October 15, 1903: Josephine Mae, born May 30, 1908; Melvin McLean, born November 30, 1912.
11.      Sarah Jane, born October 2, 1837; married, March 6, 1867, James A. Boyd, aforementioned.6

Citations

  1. [S2922] John L. Sexton, History of Tioga County, Pennsylvania with Illustrations, Portraits, & Sketches of Prominent Families and Individuals (NY: W. W. Munsell & Co., 1883), p. 268. Hereinafter cited as Sexton [1883] History of Tioga Co PA.
  2. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Genealogical and Personal History of Western Pennsylvania (Three volumes) (NY: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1915), Volume 3, p. 1683. Hereinafter cited as Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA.
  3. [S2914] Erie Society for Genealogical Research, compiler, Photocopy of Birth, Marriage and Death Records from the McLean Family Bible, originally published in "Keystone Kussins", Vol. XXIII, No. 1, Aug 1984. pp.20-21 (Erie, PA: Erie Society for Genealogical Research, August 1984). Hereinafter cited as McLean Family Bible.
  4. [S3307] DAR Application No. 780904 - Ancestor: John McLean, DAR No. A077993, unknown series, Says Elizabeth "d 1824". Hereinafter cited as DAR App #780904 John McLean 76217.
  5. [S1549] "Author's comment", various, Gregory A. Vaut (e-mail address), to unknown recipient (unknown recipient address), 14 Feb 2016; unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "GA Vaut Comment."
  6. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA, Vol. 3, pp. 1682-8.

George Edwin McLean1,2

M, #77840, b. 7 March 1793, d. 17 March 1872
FatherJohn S. McLean1,3 b. 11 Jun 1748, d. 9 Aug 1841
MotherSarah Armstrong1,3 b. 15 Jun 1753, d. 3 Sep 1841
ChartsChart of Descendants of Alexander Armstrong, Sr
Chart of Descendants of John S. McLean
Last Edited20 Nov 2020
     George Edwin McLean was born on 7 March 1793 at Lancaster Co. (then), Pennsylvania, USA; Place of birth: Jordan [1915:III:1683] says he was born in Lancaster Co., PA. on 7 March 1793. Sexton [1883, p. 268] says he was born at Castle Farm, Geneva, Ontario Co., NY. (along with his sister deborah), but gives no DOB. Evidence shows that his family didn't move to N.Y. until 1796. The 1850, 1860, and 1870 censuses all say he was born in PA. The McLean bible says b. 7 May; three DAR applications day b. 7 March, four say b. 7 May.1,4,5,6,3,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17 He married Elizabeth Sebring, daughter of Abraham Sebring and Nancy Harris, on 19 November 1815.2,18,6,19
George Edwin McLean died on 17 March 1872 at age 79; SAR Application #67810 says d. 1873. Jordan [1915, p. 1684] says . 1782; Bible transcription says d. 17 March 1872. Steely [1927] says d. Mar 17, 1872.3,20,6,21,22
     ; from Jordan [1915:III:1682-8]
(The McLean Line.)
The McLean's have every reason to be proud of their history and ancestry. It may be regarded as an unquestionable fact that the McLean's are purely of Highland origin. They can trace their origin with precision to Old Dougall of Scone, who must have flourished about the year l 100, and has been described as an influential, just and venerable man. Of all the clans, none is more deserving of honorable mention. For centuries it held a conspicuous place for independence of bearing and disinterested loyalty in the history of Scotland. Rapidly grew until it reached its zenith, at which time, during the reign of James VI., it was accounted the most powerful of any in the Hebrides.

The lands belonging to the clan at the time of the final forfeiture of the Lords of the Isles (1493) comprised the greater part of Mull, the whole of Coll and Tierce, portions of Scarba, Islay, and districts in Morvern and Knapdale.

Similar to all Highland names, that of McLean has undergone many changes. Perhaps none other can exhibit a greater variety of more curious fluctuations. The clan takes its name from Gilleain, known as Gilleain na Tuaidah, who flourished about the year 1250. To this name, the word Mac, meaning son, is added, showing the clan is composed of the sons of Gilleain. The official records of Scotland gave many curious spellings, which either prove that there was no established form or that the scribes were very indifferent as to correctness. The oldest spelling is that recorded by Stoddart, whose Gilleain's son's name is spelled Gilleain Malsilyn.

The fifteenth century presents no less than twelve different ways of recording the name, while in the sixteenth century there were twenty-seven different modes, and we find in 1546 McLean first spelled as the name is written here.

John S. McLean was born in Ireland, June 11, 1748. He was the son of a rich gentleman; was well educated; reared in luxury and wealth; had black hair and brown eyes; was a man about 5 feet 80 inches tall, and good looking. Possessing a great desire to visit America he came to this country. When the Revolutionary War broke out he enlisted in service. In Captain Denton's company, New York Line, he became lieutenant, militia Dutchess county, Seventh Regiment of New York, serving seven years for his adopted country. He was heard to relate that for three days he went without any food, having only tobacco, and after a day's hard fighting, laid down on the battlefield, in the morning finding his hair frozen to the ground in the blood of his slain comrades. He intended to again return to his native land and had a great desire to do so, but on hearing of the death of his father and that he would have nothing to return to, as the oldest son would inherit all, the desire7 ceased and he remained, learning the cooper's trade in order to make a living. On August 31, 1779, he married Sarah Armstrong. They had lived some years in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, and during the latter part of the eighteenth century moved to West Benton, Yates county, New York. He was one of the first members of the Presbyterian church there, which he helped to build. He lived to the good old age of ninety-three years, always enjoying the blessings of good health. Their children were:
l. William, born October 23, l780, married Elizabeth, born July 25, 1791.
2. Alexander, born August 31, 1782.
3. Elizabeth, born October 10, 1784.
4. Alexander, born January 18, 1785.
5. Mary, born November 15, 1787.
6. John A., born June 22, 1790·
7. George, of whom further.
8. Sarah, born May 17, 1795.
9. Deborah, born August 15, 1797.

George McLean, son of John S. McLean, was born March 7, 1793· in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. In early life he moved to West Benton, Yates county, New York. On hearing of the great wooded country by the glowing accounts written them by two of their sons, Daniel S. and W. Edwin, who had come to Waterford township and built their homes, he and his wife decided to leave the town of Pulteney, Steuben county, New York, and journeyed to the far West as it then seemed to them. On Monday the first of April, 1847, they bade good-bye to their friends and the old log house which had been a shelter for their eleven children, leaving with two wagon load s, two loads of household goods having been shipped from Canandaigua, thirty miles distant from Pulteney. A spring wagon carried the father, mother, Deborah, Drusilla, Ansel P. and Sarah Jane, Lewis H. making the entire journey on foot. Sarah Jane, then only nine years old and small of her age, having recovered from an attack of the measles and wearing green goggles to keep the bright rays of "Old Sol" from her eyes, often was spoken to by the people as they journeyed from village to hamlet as the "little old grandmother". On Saturday night, after six days of travel across country, a distance of about one hundred and seventy-fi ,·e miles, they arrived at the home of the son W. Edwin, who had located here a year or two previous to this. They lived on the Wilson Moore farm in a log house for one year, then moved to the Clemens farm on the Turnpike road two and one-half miles south of Waterford. This farm comprised three hundred and fifty-six acres, and has since been known as the McLean farm. Here they lived the remainder of their lives, hard-working, prosperous farmers. Here the scene of pleasant home gatherings; here the wanderer found rest and shelter for the night. The young people of the neighborhood enjoyed many a delightful evening at this home; many a winter's evening the family were gathered around the fireplace paring apples, long strings of which are hung up to dry, after which they joined in song, the father leading, each one carrying his own part. Here grandfather heard the summons, "Well done, come up higher," on March 17, 1872, and grandmother followed June 5, 1875.

He married, November 19, 1815, Elizabeth Sebring, who died June 5, 1875, daughter of Abraham and Nancy (Harris) Sebring, of Seneca county, New York. Abraham Sebring was a son of John C. Sebring, who was the father of two other sons, namely: Folkard, born 1759, died May 12, 1837, buried in McNeal Cemetery, Lodi, New York, and Cornelius, born August 17, 1763, died March 2, 1828, married and had a son, John C., also a grandson, John C., of Lodi, New York. John C. Sebring Sr. and another man owned a fleet of ships which were captured by the French in 1800. Abraham Sebring, the oldest son of John C. Sebring, was born June 23, 1758, in Bridgewater, Somerset county, New Jersey, died April 16, 1839, buried in Le Compt Cemetery Lodi, New York, as was also his wife.

Children of Abraham and Nancy (Harris) Sebring:
1.     Daniel, married Sarah--; children: Abigail and Charles.
2.     John, married and was the father of two children: Cyrus and John Nelson.
3.     Catherine, became the wife of Joshua Cashun; children: John, William, Catherine, Hiram.
4.      Mary, became the wife of James Armstrong; children:
i.     Charles Weller, married Orrilla Conkrite; children: Lee, Newman, Mary, Addie.
ii.      William, married Hannah Mann: children: Charles, Henry, George, Mary, Alma.
iii.      David, married twice, three children by first wife: Edward, Harvey, Sarah, and two children by second wife: Belle and Maud.
iv.      Sebring, married (first) --, (second) Mary Wise, children by first wife: Charles, Mandana, Eva, Samuel.
v.      Amelia, became the wife of Robert Squires; children: Edgar, Lee, Lilly. vi. Nancy, became the wife of John Hardy; child, Frank.
vii.      Alexander, married Louise--, and had an adopted son.
viii.      Harrison, married Sarah Goodell; children: Barnum, Emery, Emily, Harriet.
ix.      Dianna, became the wife of Charles Coryell; children: Minnie, Rollin, Bertie, Fredrick, Addie, married Myron Coryell. x. Charles. xi. John.
5.      Johannah, became the wife of John Ross; children: John, William, Anna, Johannah.
6.      Elizabeth, became the wife of George McLean, aforementioned.
7.      Margaret, became the wife of Peter Van Zant; children:
i.      Erastus, married Mary Rice; two children: Spence and Alf red.
ii.      Elizabeth, became the wife of Thomas Nash; one child, Merrill.
iii.      Nancy, became the wife of Arthur Nash; one child, Charles, deceased.
iv.      Jared, married Mary Bane; two daughters: Alwina, became the wife of Timothy Porter, children: Worthington, Capitola, Nettie, Ella, Rose, Kenira; Theresa, became the wife of Robert Fulture; children: John, Mark, Emma.
v.      Harvey Lake, married Rachel Willson; children: Charles and Margaret.
vi.      Charles, unmarried.
vii.      Esther, became the wife of James Evans; several children.
8.      Charity, became the wife of Chandler Newman; children: Jackson, Emma, Sarah, Dianna.
9.      Dianna, became the wife of Richard Meddick; children:
i.      Augustus, born June 10, 1836.
ii.      Jackson, born May 26, 1838, married, May 21, 1865, Ellen Martin; children: Nina, Frank, Harry.
iii.      Lucy, born November 10, 1839, deceased.
iv.      Alonzo, born May 25, 1842.
v.      Orrilla, born October 20, 1844.
vi.      Emma, born November 19, 1846, became the wife of Oliver Monroe, June 29, 1876, one child, Grace, born April 3, 1879, became the wife of Floyd Langworthy, June 29, 1905, four children.

Children of George and Elizabeth (Sebring) McLean, born in Pulteney, Steuben county, New York:
1.      Joannah, born November 6, 1816; died March 29, 1881; married, January 7, 1839, George H. Whitney, who died October 15, 1869; children:
i.      Elizabeth, born February 2, 1840, died January l, 1859; married David Stowe; child, Mary.
ii.      Phebe, born October 5, 1841, died July 8, 1862; married Harrison Martin; child, George Edwin, born June 18, 1858.
iii.      Anna, born July 21, 1843, died August 26, 1872; married Charlie Thompson; children: Annette, married Bert Hare; three children; George, married Emma McQuay; Agnes, married Will Sherwood, three children; Chancy, married Lettie Ash; he is deceased.
iv.      Charles, born March II. 1846; married Rachel Boyd; children: Bowman, married Blanch Flaugh, four children; Ray, deceased; Glenn.
v.      Eliza, born February 10, 1848, died September 23, 1849.
vi.      Addie, born June 18, 1851; married (first) Thomas Ghere, who died December 16, 1890; married (second) Leroy T. Burgess; children of first marriage: Ella S., born October 18, 1869; married Charles Shearer, died December 5, 1909; three children; Harry F., born April 22, 1873, died December 22, 1881; Frank P., born October 2, 1876, died October 26, 1882; John Lee, born January 13, 1884, married Effie Wade.
vii.      Will, born August 31, 1853, died August l, 1913; married (first) January l, 1875, Mary Ett Martin, ( second) Sarah Cole, (third) Mrs. Caroline Himebaugh; children of second wife: George, married Ella Stafford, three children; Elsie, married Clayton Hale, three children; Dane, married Bertha Ray; Grace, married George Stafford, two children; Hazel, married William Kauffman, one child.
2.      Daniel Sebring. born May 23, 1818, died April 3, 1886; married, October 3, 1840, Esther Gillett, died August l, 1886: children:
i.      Lewis, born September 22, 1842, died November 22, 1875; married, December 19, 1867, Carrie J. Moore, who married (second) Jerred Avery, and died December 19, 1907; children of Mr. and Mrs. McLean: Clyde C., born April 11, 1872, married, October 14, 1897, Gertrude M L McClung, two children: Lois William, born May l, 1903; Dorothy, born August 4, 1904; Madge Ella, born July 19, 1874, married, October 17, 1899, Eugene Harris, three children: Mildred Frances, born January 28, 1901; Ella Marian, born October 7, 1903; Helen Marjorie, born October 7, 1903.
ii.      Roxina, born October 15, 1845, died December: 17, 1845.
iii.      George, born March 19, 1847; married, September 25, 1878, R. Della White; children: Clinton Pelton, born December 2, 188I, died July 29, 1882; Daniel Sebring, born April 8, 1883, died August 19, 1883; Vera Esther, born November 5, 1886, married, February 10, 1906, Merle D. Wilkins, one child; Lyle, born May 24, 1889, died May 24, 1890; Isadore, born May 3I, 1892, died September I5, 1895.
iv.      Willard, born September 2I, 1849, died November 10, 1910; married, December 26, 1876, Flora M. Coover; children: Ward, born July 5, 1878, married Grace Tracy; Ray.
v.      William, born April 8, 1852, died March 27, 1899; married, January 13, 1880, Eliza Coover Merritt, who died in 1909; child, Maude, married Grant Langdon, two children.
vi.      Clarissa, born April IJ, 1856; married, July 10, 1883, Mike Coover; children: Eugene, Georgiana, married Walter Black.
vii.      Eugene, born August 20, 186I, died September 3, 1880. viii. Jennie, born February 6, 1866; married, February 3, 1885, Winters Campbell; children: Esther, born February 2I, 1886; married, January I4, 1904, Harry McWilliams, six ·children; Clarence, born December 29, 1892; Arthur, born April 14, 1897.
3.      William Edwin, born March 11, 1820, died November 29, 1875; married, November 26, 1843, Clarissa Gillett, died May 30, 1868; children:
i.      Clinton, born May 10, 185I, died September 26, 1852.
ii.      Elizabeth, married E. E. French; children: Florence, married Mont Craig, two children; Georgia, married Thomas Thornton, four children; Edwin A., married Lois Eby De Jarnette; Guy B., married Leonora Octa Smith; Daisy L., married H. M. Howard.
iii.      Roxina, born 1853, died February 2I, 1903; married Dr. O. L. Abbey, died January 19, 1905; child, Fred, died September 1, 1906.
iv.      Clark, born October 24, 1858; married Nita Smith; children: Lynn, Edwin, Clinton, Clark, Albert, Susan, May.
v.      Lynn, born 1863, died July 27, 1886.
4.      George Jr., born December 14, 1821, deceased; married (first) July I6, 1845, Catherine Riley, deceased; married (second) March I3, 1855, Mrs. Anna Wygant; children of first wife:
i.      Rose, married (first) Mr. McLyn, (second) Mr. Skinner.
ii.      Frank, married a Miss Van Tyle, two children: George and Kathleen.
iii.      Irene, married B. J. Wright, three children: Nannie, Grace, Prescott; child of second wife:
iv. Kate.
5.      Lewis Hoyt, born February I5, 1824, died November 4, 1896; married, September I6, 1847, Mary Elizabeth Lamphier, who died April 30, 1894; children:
i.      Francis Edwin, born June 4, 1849, killed by cars on Pennsylvania railroad crossing, June 9, 19I3; married, January 30, 1872, Lucinda Cottrell; children: Jessie Nellie, born November 5, 1872, died November 8, 1876; Frank Leslie, born September 7, 1877, died August I5, 1878; Bessie Wave, born December 30, 1880; Russel Matthew Kilgore (adopted son), born April 10, 1898.
ii.      Benjamin Lamphier, born January 29, 185I, died April 4, 185i.
iii.      Charles Arnold, born May 29, 1853; married (first) August 25, 1874, Clemantina C. Cutshall, who died June I5, 1887: married (second) October 19, 1887, Alma E. Herriott; children of first wife: Frank Spencer, born May 10, 1879, died March 28, 1893: Stella Fern, born August 24, 1883, died September I5, 1886; Minnie Alice, born March 4, 1886, died March 22, 1886; children of second wife: Mary Edna, born August 9, 1888; Lewis Elmer, born October 7, 1889, died March 6, 1891; John William, born October 12, 1891; Leslie Harold, born November 20, 1893; Mildred Grace, born September I, 1896; Charlie Kenneth, born September 15, 1898.
iv.      Mary Elizabeth, born August 27, 1854, died October 21, 1854.
v.      Viola Adell, born August 30, 1856, died May 3, 1865.
vi.      John Chandler, born January 6, 1861, married, May 24, 1881, Flora O. Starrett, who died February 6, 191I; children: Calvin Randall, born 1882, married Jessie Thomas, one child; Roger Clifford, born 1883, died 1906, married Inez Chapman, two children; Mabel Grace, born December, 1885, married June, 1911, Rev. Blaine Schaffner; Paul, born 1887, died 1887.
vii.      George Hiram, born October 15, 1864, died July 21, 1883.
6.      Deborah, born July 19, 1827, died March 10, 1912; married, January 22, 1857, George Moore, who died October 5, 1907; children:
i.      May E., born December 17, 1859.
ii.      Lizzie, born December 23, 1868, died March 7, 1869.
iii.      Gordon V., born May 18, 1871, died June 24, 1905.
7.      Drusilla, born December 11, 1829, died March 24, 1896; married, November 12, 1849, Henry Fullerton, who died in April, 1886; children:
i.      Joannah, born October 29, 1849, died June 14, 1891; married Allen Laird, children: George, Maud, Gertrude, Grace, May, Ralph, Guy.
ii.      Stephen, born February 5, r85i.
iii.      Mary, born May 18, 1852, died 1897; married Henry Brown; children: Agnes, Olive, Will, Belle, Robert, Reuben, Charlie, Guy.
iv.      William Adelbert, born November 15, 1853; married Estella Allen; children: Perry F. and Orrin.
v.      Armond, born January 30, 1857; married, April 28, 1887, Sarah Shipman.
vi.      Ida, born January 7, 1861; married L. R. Howe; children: Fred and Armond.
vii.      George, born January 3, 1862; married Beryl Holden, child, Irene F., married Fred Cottrell.
viii.     Pauline, born July 4, 1863, died February 17, 1864. ix. Emma, born September 2, 1864; married Joseph Buzza; children: Will, Minnie, Blanch, deceased; Bessie.
8.      John Sebring, born September 18, 1830, died September r5, 1879; married, January 2, 1865, Sophia J. Boyd, who died March 20, 1904; children:
i.      Rose M., born July 6, 1865; married, July 6, 1881, Horace J. Courtright; children: Lillian M., born April 16, 1882, married, April 28, 1909, Fred Knickerbocker; Glennie, born August 2, 1885, married, August 2, 1910, Lydia Trainer;:Mabel A., born November 18, 1888, married, January 14, 1907, Gray Shelden, two children; Clyde M., born August 7, 1891; married, November 14. 1914, Lucy Bennink; Florence H., born February 14, 1898; Lester A., born February 4, 1900; Gerald R., born January 18, 1903.
ii.      Rachel C., born July 6, 1867; married, June 6, 1900, Arthur M. Harris; children: Viola, Kenneth, Edwin, Cora.
iii.      George B., born August 8, 1869: married, June 20, 1900, Nellie I. Tripp; child, George B. Jr.
iv.      Elizabeth J., born April 25, 1872; married, September 14, 1904, Fred D. Harris.
v.      James Y., born September 8, 1875; married, July 3, 1897, Lillian E. Bunce; children: Merle A., born April 23, 1898, was drowned at Maplewood Park, Union City, Pennsylvania, August 12, 1913; Louis L., born May 28, 1906, died August 3, 1906; Dorothy E., born June 8, 1908.
vi.      Elsie Mae, born April 24, 1878; married, December 24, 1912, Oscar R. Mclntyre.
9.      Chandler New man, born December 13, 1833, died July 25, 1906; married (first) December 13, 1866, Sarah Demaris Wescott, who died in 1895; married (second) Mrs. Ellen Waters; children of first wife: Newton C., born September 17, 1869; Inez M., born 1873, died 1873.
10.      Ansel Pelton, born January 19, 1836, died November 26, 1891; married, May 3. 1871, Mary E. Stafford; children:
i.      Georgiana Ethel, born July 28, 1872; married (first) June 22, 1894, Lester Waterhouse, who died June 18, 1902; married (second) October 15, 1906, George Waterman: child of first marriage: Dorothy Waive, born May 19, 1901; children of second marriage: Leon Edwin, born April 12, 1909, died April 26, 1909; Leone Agatha, born Apr 11 12, 1909, died May 17, 1909.
ii.      Rawle Woodside, born September 3, 1874; married Orrilla Church; child, Lloyd, born May, 1900.
iii.      Waive, born January 17, 1877, died November 28, 1880.
iv.      Macie, born November 22, 1882; married, April 2, 1903, George W. Coover; children: Thelma M., born October 15, 1903: Josephine Mae, born May 30, 1908; Melvin McLean, born November 30, 1912.
11.      Sarah Jane, born October 2, 1837; married, March 6, 1867, James A. Boyd, aforementioned.23

George Edwin McLean appeared in the census of 1820 at Seneca Township, Ontario Co., New York, USA; p. 275, line 420
     Name:     George Mclean
     Home in 1820 (City, County, State):     Seneca, Ontario, New York
     Enumeration Date:     August 7, 1820
     Free White Persons - Males - Under 10:     2
     Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25:     1
     Free White Persons - Females - Under 10:     1
     Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25:     2
     Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture:     1
     Free White Persons - Under 16:     3
     Total Free White Persons:     6
     Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other:     6.24

George Edwin McLean and Elizabeth Sebring appeared in the census of 1830 at Pulteney, Steuben Co., New York, USA; p. 385, line 24
     Name:     George McLain
     Home in 1830 (City, County, State):     Pulteney, Steuben, New York
     Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9:     2
     Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14:     2
     Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39:     1
     Free White Persons - Females - Under 5:     2
     Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14:     1
     Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29:     1
     Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39:     1
     Free White Persons - Under 20:     7
     Free White Persons - 20 thru 49:     3
     Total Free White Persons:     10
     Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored):     10.25

George Edwin McLean and Elizabeth Sebring appeared in the census of 1840 at Pulteney, Steuben Co., New York, USA; p. 260, line 7
     Name:     Geo Mcclean
     Home in 1840 (City, County, State):     Poultney, Steuben, New York
     Free White Persons - Males - Under 5:     1 [aft 1835] Ansel b1836
     Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9:     2 [1831-35] John b1830, Chandler b1833
     Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19:     2 [1821-25] George b1821, Lewis b1824
     Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29:     2 [1811-20] Daniel b1818, William b1820
     Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39:     1 [1801-10] Unknown?
     Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49:     1 [1791-1800] George b1793
     Free White Persons - Females - Under 5:     1 [aft 1835] Sarah b1837
     Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14:     2 [1826-30] Deborah b 1827, Drusilla b1829
     Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49:     1 [1791-1800] Elizabeth (Sebring) b1795
     Persons Employed in Agriculture:     3
     Persons Employed in Manufacture and Trade:     3
     Free White Persons - Under 20:     8
     Free White Persons - 20 thru 49:     5
     Total Free White Persons:     13
     Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves:     13.26

; Per Jordan 1 April 1847 moved from Pulteney, Steuben Co., NY to Waterford. Per Miller [1909: II:499]: "George McLean married Elizabeth Sebring of Dutch descent in 1847, and the following year they removed to Le Boeuf township [Erie Co., PA] from Steuben County, New York."20,27

George Edwin McLean and Elizabeth Sebring appeared in the census of 11 September 1850 at Le Boeuf Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, USA; p. 52A&B, lines 42, 1-5, Dwelling 22, Family 22
     42 MCLEAN, George 56 [1794] M Farmer 3000 PA
     1 " , Betsey 54 [1796] F NY
     2 " , Deborah 21 [1829] F NY
     3 " , John 19 [1831] M NY
     4 " , Ansel 15 [1835] M NY
     5 " , Sarah 13 [1837] F NY.15

George Edwin McLean and Elizabeth Sebring appeared in the census of 12 July 1860 at Le Boeuf Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, USA; p. 665, lines 27-33, dwelling 541?, family 508
     27 MCLANE, Geo 73 [1793] M Farmer $9570 $1139 PA
     28 " , Elizabeth 66 [1795] F NY
     29 " , John 25 [1835] Farmer $600 $160 NY
     30 , Chandler N. 26 [1834] M Carpenter $720, $200 NY
     31 " , Ancel P. 24 [1836] Farmer $-- $180 NY
     32 " , Sarah J. 22 [1838] F NY
     33 Whitney, Mary Ann 16 [1844] F Domestic NY.16

George Edwin McLean and Elizabeth Sebring appeared in the census of 23 July 1870 at Le Boeuf Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, USA; p. 245A, lines 9-20, dwelling 46, family 46
     9 MCLEAN, George 77 [1793] M W Farmer $10,500 $900 PA
     10 " , Elizabeth 75 [1795] F W Keeping House NY
     11 " , Anson P. 30 [1840] M W Farmer $2000 $300 NY
     12 " , Lewis 27 M W Works on farm N. Y.
     13 " , Caroline 22 [1848] F W Keeping House NY
     14 " , John 40 [1830] M W Farmer $2000 NY
     15 " , Sophia 23 [1847] F W Keeping House PA
     16 " , Rosa 5 [1865] F W At Home PA
     17 " , Catherine 3 [1867] F W At Homje PA
     18 " , George B. 1 [1869] M W At Home PA
     19 " , Joanna 52 [1818] F W Lives in this family $1000 NY
     20 " , William 16 [1854] M W Works on farm PA.17

; from Bates [1884:VI:173]:
     "George McLean, one of Erie co.'s most respected pioneers, was born in Lancaster Co., Penn., March 7 1793; at an early age, he removed to Prattsburg, Steuben Co., N. Y., and after a residence there for a number of years, he came to Waterford, this county, and passed here the remainder of his life., his demise occurring March 17, 1872. By earnest toil and unremitting industry he accumulated quite a competency. His family consisted of Joan Whitney, D. S. McLean, W. E. McLean George McLean, Jr., L. H. McLean, J. S. McLean, C. N. McLean, A. P. McLean, Deborah Moore, Drusilla Fullerton and Jane Boyd.
     F. E. & J. C. McLean, proprietors of Union City Times, and sons of Lewis McLean are natives of Erie Co., and although, owing to the circumstances of their family, they were not able to secure educational advantages over the common school, they have made such use of their opportunities that they take a high rank with men of education. They early selected the printing business as their life vocation., acquiring a knowledge of the trade in Union City. In 1878, F. E., the senior member of the firm, undertook the duties of editor and business manager of the Times. In the following year, he purchased an interest in the paper, and in 1882, in association with his brother J. C., he purchased the office, and they have conducted the business since under the firm name of McLean Bros. Politically, F. E. McLean is a Democrat, and has taken a leading and active part in the party progress and workings since he arrived at his majority. He was once the party nominee for the Prothonotary's office, and in 1882 was one of the candidates for the Assembly, but the county being strongly Republican, he was defeated, but made a strong run. J. C. McLean, the junior member of the firm, is a Republican, takes a leading part in the workings of the party, and, although a young man, has bright prospects before him.
     C. N. McLean, Union City, is a native of Steuben Co., N.Y., but in 1833, son of George and Elizabeth (Sebring) McLean, natives of N. Y. State and Tioga co., Penn., respectively, and who settled on a farm in Le Boeuf Township in 1848, where the spent the remainder of their lives. They reared a family of 11 children, 8 now living. Out subject resided on the homestead until 1859, when he came to this city, establishing himself in the grocery trade, which he pursued successfully 20 years. In 1875, Mr. McLean opened his present place of business on Main Street, and has realized a fair and prosperous trade. He served as Constable 4 years and 1 term in the City Council. He is a member of the Masonic fraternity and the I.O.O.F., and is a reliable business man of this city. Mr. McLean was united in marriage, in 1869, in this county, with Demarias Wescott, a native of Chautauqua Co., N. Y. Newman C. is the only issue of this union now living."28

Family

Elizabeth Sebring b. 25 Oct 1795, d. 5 Jun 1875
Children

Citations

  1. [S2922] John L. Sexton, History of Tioga County, Pennsylvania with Illustrations, Portraits, & Sketches of Prominent Families and Individuals (NY: W. W. Munsell & Co., 1883), p. 268. Hereinafter cited as Sexton [1883] History of Tioga Co PA.
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    Image of SAR application #67810 seen on Ancestry.com on 13 Feb 2015 at http://interactive.ancestry.com/2204/32596_242289-00021/674346?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2f%2fcgi-bin%2fsse.dll%3findiv%3d1%26db%3dSARMemberApps%26rank%3d1%26new%3d1%26MSAV%3d1%26msT%3d1%26gss%3dangs-d%26gsfn%3dJohn%26gsln%3dmclean%26msbdy%3d1748%26msbpn__ftp%3dIreland%26msbpn%3d3250%26msbpn_PInfo%3d3-%257c0%257c1652381%257c0%257c3250%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c%26msddy%3d1841%26msdpn__ftp%3dNew%2bYork%252c%2bUSA%26msdpn%3d35%26msdpn_PInfo%3d5-%257c0%257c1652393%257c0%257c2%257c3244%257c35%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c%26dbOnly%3d_F0006399%257c_F0006399_x%26uidh%3dv51%26pcat%3d39%26fh%3d1%26h%3d674346%26recoff%3d%26ml_rpos%3d2&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnRecord#?imageId=32596_242289-00021, unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "SAR Application #67810 John McLean."
  3. [S3028] Albert E. McLean, "SAR Application #67810 John McLean", SAR Appllicatoin seen on Ancestry.com on 14 June 2015 at http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=SARMemberApps&h=674347&indiv=try&o_cvc=Image:OtherRecord
  4. [S3028] Albert E. McLean, "SAR Application #67810 John McLean", Record of SAR application #67810 seen on Ancestry.com on 13 Feb 2015 at:
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&db=SARMemberApps&rank=1&new=1&MSAV=1&msT=1&gss=angs-d&gsfn=John&gsln=mclean&msbdy=1748&msbpn__ftp=Ireland&msbpn=3250&msbpn_PInfo=3-%7c0%7c1652381%7c0%7c3250%7c0%7c0%7c0%7c0%7c0%7c0%7c&msddy=1841&msdpn__ftp=New+York%2c+USA&msdpn=35&msdpn_PInfo=5-%7c0%7c1652393%7c0%7c2%7c3244%7c35%7c0%7c0%7c0%7c0%7c&dbOnly=_F0006399%7c_F0006399_x&uidh=v51&pcat=39&fh=1&h=674346&recoff=&ml_rpos=2

    Image of SAR application #67810 seen on Ancestry.com on 13 Feb 2015 at http://interactive.ancestry.com/2204/32596_242289-00021/674346?backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2f%2fcgi-bin%2fsse.dll%3findiv%3d1%26db%3dSARMemberApps%26rank%3d1%26new%3d1%26MSAV%3d1%26msT%3d1%26gss%3dangs-d%26gsfn%3dJohn%26gsln%3dmclean%26msbdy%3d1748%26msbpn__ftp%3dIreland%26msbpn%3d3250%26msbpn_PInfo%3d3-%257c0%257c1652381%257c0%257c3250%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c%26msddy%3d1841%26msdpn__ftp%3dNew%2bYork%252c%2bUSA%26msdpn%3d35%26msdpn_PInfo%3d5-%257c0%257c1652393%257c0%257c2%257c3244%257c35%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c%26dbOnly%3d_F0006399%257c_F0006399_x%26uidh%3dv51%26pcat%3d39%26fh%3d1%26h%3d674346%26recoff%3d%26ml_rpos%3d2&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnRecord#?imageId=32596_242289-00021
    Image: http://interactive.ancestry.com/2204/32596_242289-00021?pid=674346&backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2f%2fcgi-bin%2fsse.dll%3findiv%3d1%26db%3dSARMemberApps%26rank%3d1%26new%3d1%26MSAV%3d1%26msT%3d1%26gss%3dangs-d%26gsfn%3dJohn%26gsln%3dmclean%26msbdy%3d1748%26msbpn__ftp%3dIreland%26msbpn%3d3250%26msbpn_PInfo%3d3-%257c0%257c1652381%257c0%257c3250%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c%26msddy%3d1841%26msdpn__ftp%3dNew%2bYork%252c%2bUSA%26msdpn%3d35%26msdpn_PInfo%3d5-%257c0%257c1652393%257c0%257c2%257c3244%257c35%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c0%257c%26dbOnly%3d_F0006399%257c_F0006399_x%26uidh%3dv51%26pcat%3d39%26fh%3d1%26h%3d674346%26recoff%3d%26ml_rpos%3d2%2520Image%2520of%2520SAR%2520application%2520&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true#?imageId=32596_242289-00022
  5. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Genealogical and Personal History of Western Pennsylvania (Three volumes) (NY: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1915), Volume 3, p. 1683. Hereinafter cited as Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA.
  6. [S2914] Erie Society for Genealogical Research, compiler, Photocopy of Birth, Marriage and Death Records from the McLean Family Bible, originally published in "Keystone Kussins", Vol. XXIII, No. 1, Aug 1984. pp.20-21 (Erie, PA: Erie Society for Genealogical Research, August 1984). Hereinafter cited as McLean Family Bible.
  7. [S3309] DAR Application No. 181586 - Ancestor: John McLean, DAR No. A077993, unknown series, Gives date of birth as 7 May 1793. Hereinafter cited as DAR App #181586 John McLean 76217.
  8. [S3308] DAR Application No. 230459 - Ancestor: John McLean, DAR No. A077993, unknown series, Gives date of birth as 7 March 1793. Hereinafter cited as DAR App #230459 John McLean 76217.
  9. [S3310] DAR Application No. 261234 - Ancestor: John McLean, DAR No. A077993, unknown series, Gives date of birth as 7 March 1793. Hereinafter cited as DAR App #261234 John McLean 76217.
  10. [S3311] DAR Application No. 356362 - Ancestor: John McLean, DAR No. A077993, unknown series, Gives date of birth as 7 March 1793. Hereinafter cited as DAR App #356362 John McLean 76217.
  11. [S3312] DAR Application No. 385416 - Ancestor: John McLean, DAR No. A077993, unknown series, Gives date of birth as 7 May 1793. Hereinafter cited as DAR App #385416 John McLEAN 46217.
  12. [S3305] DAR Application No. 646288 - Ancestor: John McLean, DAR No. A077993 (with supporting documentation), unknown series, Gives date of birth as 7 May 1793. Hereinafter cited as DAR App #646288 John McLean 76217.
  13. [S3307] DAR Application No. 780904 - Ancestor: John McLean, DAR No. A077993, unknown series, Gives date of birth as 7 June 1793. Hereinafter cited as DAR App #780904 John McLean 76217.
  14. [S3306] DAR Application No. 866451 - Ancestor: John McLean, DAR No. A077993, unknown series, Gives date of birth as 7 May 1793. Hereinafter cited as DAR App #866451 John McLean 76217.
  15. [S3318] 1850 Federal Census, 1850 Census PA, Erie Co., Le Boeuf, Year: 1850; Census Place: Le Boeuf, Erie, Pennsylvania; Roll: M432_777; Page: 52A; Image: 109
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=8054&h=244555&ssrc=pt&tid=16290959&pid=18025584007&usePUB=true
    Image: http://interactive.ancestry.com/8054/4204720_00109?pid=244555&backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2f%2fcgi-bin%2fsse.dll%3findiv%3d1%26dbid%3d8054%26h%3d244555%26ssrc%3dpt%26tid%3d16290959%26pid%3d18025584007%26usePUB%3dtrue&ssrc=pt&treeid=16290959&personid=18025584007&hintid=&usePUB=true
  16. [S3319] 1860 Federal Census, 1860 Census PA, Erie Co., Le Boeuf, PO Oak Grove, Year: 1860; Census Place: Le Boeuf, Erie, Pennsylvania; Roll: M653_1108; Page: 665; Image: 56; Family History Library Film: 805108
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7667&h=3656077&ssrc=pt&tid=82474613&pid=36571039011&usePUB=true
    Image: http://interactive.ancestry.com/7667/4289002_00056/3656077?backurl=http://person.ancestry.com/tree/16290959/person/18025584007/facts/citation/26066516462/edit/record
  17. [S3321] 1870 Federal Census, 1870 Census PA, Erie Co., Le Boeuf, PO Waterford, Year: 1870; Census Place: Le Boeuf, Erie, Pennsylvania; Roll: M593_1341; Page: 245A; Image: 299; Family History Library Film: 552840
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7163&h=41094179&ssrc=pt&tid=16290959&pid=18025584007&usePUB=true
    Image: http://interactive.ancestry.com/7163/4278561_00299/41094179?backurl=http://person.ancestry.com/tree/16290959/person/18025584007/facts/citation/26066494919/edit/record
  18. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA, Volume 3, pp. 1683-4. Gives date of marriage as 19 Nov. 1815.
  19. [S3028] Albert E. McLean, "SAR Application #67810 John McLean", SAR Appllication seen on Ancestry.com on 14 June 2015 at http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=SARMemberApps&h=674347&indiv=try&o_cvc=Image:OtherRecord
  20. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA, Volume 3, pp. 1683-4.
  21. [S3307] DAR App #780904 John McLean 76217, Gives date of death as 17 March 1872.
  22. [S3322] John McLean, photocopy of typed manuscript, 11 Nov 1927, unknown repository, 107 Chapel Street, Penn Yan, Yates Co., New York, USA.
  23. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA, Vol. 3, pp. 1682-8.
  24. [S2954] 1820 Federal Census, 1820 Census NY, Ontario Co., Seneca, Source Citation - 1820 U S Census; Census Place: Seneca, Ontario, New York; Page: 275; NARA Roll: M33_62; Image: 148

    http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&db=1820usfedcenancestry&gss=angs-d&new=1&rank=1&msT=1&gsln=mclean&msrpn__ftp=Ontario+County%2c+New+York%2c+USA&msrpn=2235&msrpn_PInfo=7-%7c0%7c1652393%7c0%7c2%7c3244%7c35%7c0%7c2235%7c0%7c0%7c&msrpn_x=1&msrpn__ftp_x=1&MSAV=1&uidh=v51&pcat=35&fh=0&h=568325&recoff=9&ml_rpos=1
  25. [S3320] 1830 Federal Census, 1830 Census NY, Steuben Co., Pulteney Township, 1830; Census Place: Pulteney, Steuben, New York; Series: M19; Roll: 107; Page: 385; Family History Library Film: 0017167
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=8058&h=2063808&ssrc=pt&tid=16290959&pid=18025584007&usePUB=true
    Image: http://interactive.ancestry.com/8058/4410715_00760?pid=2063808&backurl=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2f%2fcgi-bin%2fsse.dll%3findiv%3d1%26dbid%3d8058%26h%3d2063808%26ssrc%3dpt%26tid%3d16290959%26pid%3d18025584007%26usePUB%3dtrue&ssrc=pt&treeid=16290959&personid=18025584007&hintid=&usePUB=true
  26. [S3682] 1840 Federal Census, 1840 Census NY, Steuben Co., Pulteney Township, Year: 1840; Census Place: Poultney, Steuben, New York; Roll: 341; Page: 260; Image: 524; Family History Library Film: 0017207
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?_phsrc=rKg2181&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&indiv=1&db=1840usfedcenancestry&gss=angs-d&new=1&rank=1&gsln=McLean&gsln_x=NP_NN_NS&msrpn__ftp=Steuben%20County,%20New%20York,%20USA&msrpn=2794&msrpn_PInfo=7-%7C0%7C1652393%7C0%7C2%7C0%7C35%7C0%7C2794%7C0%7C0%7C0%7C&msrpn_x=1&msrpn__ftp_x=1&MSAV=1&MSV=0&uidh=v51&pcat=35&fh=2&h=1604871&recoff=8&ml_rpos=3
    Image: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8057/4409461_00524?pid=1604871&backurl=http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?_phsrc%3DrKg2181%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource%26usePUBJs%3Dtrue%26indiv%3D1%26db%3D1840usfedcenancestry%26gss%3Dangs-d%26new%3D1%26rank%3D1%26gsln%3DMcLean%26gsln_x%3DNP_NN_NS%26msrpn__ftp%3DSteuben%2520County,%2520New%2520York,%2520USA%26msrpn%3D2794%26msrpn_PInfo%3D7-%257C0%257C1652393%257C0%257C2%257C0%257C35%257C0%257C2794%257C0%257C0%257C0%257C%26msrpn_x%3D1%26msrpn__ftp_x%3D1%26MSAV%3D1%26MSV%3D0%26uidh%3Dv51%26pcat%3D35%26fh%3D2%26h%3D1604871%26recoff%3D8%26ml_rpos%3D3&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=rKg2181&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true.
  27. [S3317] John Miller A Twentieth Century History of Erie County Pennsylvania - A Narrative Account of its Historical Progress, Its People, and Its Principal Interests (2 volumes) (Chicago, IL: The Lew Publishing Co., 1909), Vol. 2, p. 499. Hereinafter cited as Miller [1909] History of Erie Co PA.
  28. [S3339] Samuel Penniman Bates, History of Erie County, Pennsylvania (Chicago: Warner, Beers & Co., 1884), Part VI, p. 175.. Hereinafter cited as Bates [1884] Hist of Erie Co PA.
  29. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA, Volume 3, p. 1685.
  30. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA, Volume 3, p. 1686.
  31. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA, Volume 3, p. 1687.
  32. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA, Volume 3, p. 1688.

Deborah Armstrong McLean1

F, #77841, b. 15 August 1797, d. 26 January 1868
FatherJohn S. McLean1 b. 11 Jun 1748, d. 9 Aug 1841
MotherSarah Armstrong1 b. 15 Jun 1753, d. 3 Sep 1841
ChartsChart of Descendants of Alexander Armstrong, Sr
Chart of Descendants of John S. McLean
Last Edited19 Feb 2016
     Deborah Armstrong McLean was born on 15 August 1797 at Castle Farm, Geneva, Ontario Co., New York, USA; Steely [1927] says b. Aug. 18, 1798.2,3,4,5 She married Capt. James Goodrich on 24 January 1815 at Benton Center, Yates Co., New York, USA.1
Deborah Armstrong McLean died on 26 January 1868 at Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, USA, at age 70.5,6
Deborah Armstrong McLean was buried after 26 January 1868 at Evergreen Cemetery, Tioga, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, USA,

; from Find A Grave website:
     Birth:      Aug. 15, 1797, Geneva, Ontario County, New York, USA
     Death:      Jan. 26, 1868, Tioga, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, USA
     Family links: Parents:
      John McLean (1748 - 1841)
      Sarah Armstrong McLean (1753 - 1841)
     Spouse: James Goodrich (1790 - 1879)
     Sibling:
      John Armstrong McLean (1790 - 1867)*
      Deborah A McLean Goodrich (1797 - 1868)
     Inscription: w/o James - same stone
     Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Tioga, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, USA
     Created by: RobMinteer57
     Record added: Oct 13, 2012
     Find A Grave Memorial# 98841000.7
     ; from Jordan [1915:III:1682-8]
(The McLean Line.)
The McLean's have every reason to be proud of their history and ancestry. It may be regarded as an unquestionable fact that the McLean's are purely of Highland origin. They can trace their origin with precision to Old Dougall of Scone, who must have flourished about the year l 100, and has been described as an influential, just and venerable man. Of all the clans, none is more deserving of honorable mention. For centuries it held a conspicuous place for independence of bearing and disinterested loyalty in the history of Scotland. Rapidly grew until it reached its zenith, at which time, during the reign of James VI., it was accounted the most powerful of any in the Hebrides.

The lands belonging to the clan at the time of the final forfeiture of the Lords of the Isles (1493) comprised the greater part of Mull, the whole of Coll and Tierce, portions of Scarba, Islay, and districts in Morvern and Knapdale.

Similar to all Highland names, that of McLean has undergone many changes. Perhaps none other can exhibit a greater variety of more curious fluctuations. The clan takes its name from Gilleain, known as Gilleain na Tuaidah, who flourished about the year 1250. To this name, the word Mac, meaning son, is added, showing the clan is composed of the sons of Gilleain. The official records of Scotland gave many curious spellings, which either prove that there was no established form or that the scribes were very indifferent as to correctness. The oldest spelling is that recorded by Stoddart, whose Gilleain's son's name is spelled Gilleain Malsilyn.

The fifteenth century presents no less than twelve different ways of recording the name, while in the sixteenth century there were twenty-seven different modes, and we find in 1546 McLean first spelled as the name is written here.

John S. McLean was born in Ireland, June 11, 1748. He was the son of a rich gentleman; was well educated; reared in luxury and wealth; had black hair and brown eyes; was a man about 5 feet 80 inches tall, and good looking. Possessing a great desire to visit America he came to this country. When the Revolutionary War broke out he enlisted in service. In Captain Denton's company, New York Line, he became lieutenant, militia Dutchess county, Seventh Regiment of New York, serving seven years for his adopted country. He was heard to relate that for three days he went without any food, having only tobacco, and after a day's hard fighting, laid down on the battlefield, in the morning finding his hair frozen to the ground in the blood of his slain comrades. He intended to again return to his native land and had a great desire to do so, but on hearing of the death of his father and that he would have nothing to return to, as the oldest son would inherit all, the desire7 ceased and he remained, learning the cooper's trade in order to make a living. On August 31, 1779, he married Sarah Armstrong. They had lived some years in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, and during the latter part of the eighteenth century moved to West Benton, Yates county, New York. He was one of the first members of the Presbyterian church there, which he helped to build. He lived to the good old age of ninety-three years, always enjoying the blessings of good health. Their children were:
l. William, born October 23, l780, married Elizabeth, born July 25, 1791.
2. Alexander, born August 31, 1782.
3. Elizabeth, born October 10, 1784.
4. Alexander, born January 18, 1785.
5. Mary, born November 15, 1787.
6. John A., born June 22, 1790·
7. George, of whom further.
8. Sarah, born May 17, 1795.
9. Deborah, born August 15, 1797.

George McLean, son of John S. McLean, was born March 7, 1793· in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. In early life he moved to West Benton, Yates county, New York. On hearing of the great wooded country by the glowing accounts written them by two of their sons, Daniel S. and W. Edwin, who had come to Waterford township and built their homes, he and his wife decided to leave the town of Pulteney, Steuben county, New York, and journeyed to the far West as it then seemed to them. On Monday the first of April, 1847, they bade good-bye to their friends and the old log house which had been a shelter for their eleven children, leaving with two wagon load s, two loads of household goods having been shipped from Canandaigua, thirty miles distant from Pulteney. A spring wagon carried the father, mother, Deborah, Drusilla, Ansel P. and Sarah Jane, Lewis H. making the entire journey on foot. Sarah Jane, then only nine years old and small of her age, having recovered from an attack of the measles and wearing green goggles to keep the bright rays of "Old Sol" from her eyes, often was spoken to by the people as they journeyed from village to hamlet as the "little old grandmother". On Saturday night, after six days of travel across country, a distance of about one hundred and seventy-fi ,·e miles, they arrived at the home of the son W. Edwin, who had located here a year or two previous to this. They lived on the Wilson Moore farm in a log house for one year, then moved to the Clemens farm on the Turnpike road two and one-half miles south of Waterford. This farm comprised three hundred and fifty-six acres, and has since been known as the McLean farm. Here they lived the remainder of their lives, hard-working, prosperous farmers. Here the scene of pleasant home gatherings; here the wanderer found rest and shelter for the night. The young people of the neighborhood enjoyed many a delightful evening at this home; many a winter's evening the family were gathered around the fireplace paring apples, long strings of which are hung up to dry, after which they joined in song, the father leading, each one carrying his own part. Here grandfather heard the summons, "Well done, come up higher," on March 17, 1872, and grandmother followed June 5, 1875.

He married, November 19, 1815, Elizabeth Sebring, who died June 5, 1875, daughter of Abraham and Nancy (Harris) Sebring, of Seneca county, New York. Abraham Sebring was a son of John C. Sebring, who was the father of two other sons, namely: Folkard, born 1759, died May 12, 1837, buried in McNeal Cemetery, Lodi, New York, and Cornelius, born August 17, 1763, died March 2, 1828, married and had a son, John C., also a grandson, John C., of Lodi, New York. John C. Sebring Sr. and another man owned a fleet of ships which were captured by the French in 1800. Abraham Sebring, the oldest son of John C. Sebring, was born June 23, 1758, in Bridgewater, Somerset county, New Jersey, died April 16, 1839, buried in Le Compt Cemetery Lodi, New York, as was also his wife.

Children of Abraham and Nancy (Harris) Sebring:
1.     Daniel, married Sarah--; children: Abigail and Charles.
2.     John, married and was the father of two children: Cyrus and John Nelson.
3.     Catherine, became the wife of Joshua Cashun; children: John, William, Catherine, Hiram.
4.      Mary, became the wife of James Armstrong; children:
i.     Charles Weller, married Orrilla Conkrite; children: Lee, Newman, Mary, Addie.
ii.      William, married Hannah Mann: children: Charles, Henry, George, Mary, Alma.
iii.      David, married twice, three children by first wife: Edward, Harvey, Sarah, and two children by second wife: Belle and Maud.
iv.      Sebring, married (first) --, (second) Mary Wise, children by first wife: Charles, Mandana, Eva, Samuel.
v.      Amelia, became the wife of Robert Squires; children: Edgar, Lee, Lilly. vi. Nancy, became the wife of John Hardy; child, Frank.
vii.      Alexander, married Louise--, and had an adopted son.
viii.      Harrison, married Sarah Goodell; children: Barnum, Emery, Emily, Harriet.
ix.      Dianna, became the wife of Charles Coryell; children: Minnie, Rollin, Bertie, Fredrick, Addie, married Myron Coryell. x. Charles. xi. John.
5.      Johannah, became the wife of John Ross; children: John, William, Anna, Johannah.
6.      Elizabeth, became the wife of George McLean, aforementioned.
7.      Margaret, became the wife of Peter Van Zant; children:
i.      Erastus, married Mary Rice; two children: Spence and Alf red.
ii.      Elizabeth, became the wife of Thomas Nash; one child, Merrill.
iii.      Nancy, became the wife of Arthur Nash; one child, Charles, deceased.
iv.      Jared, married Mary Bane; two daughters: Alwina, became the wife of Timothy Porter, children: Worthington, Capitola, Nettie, Ella, Rose, Kenira; Theresa, became the wife of Robert Fulture; children: John, Mark, Emma.
v.      Harvey Lake, married Rachel Willson; children: Charles and Margaret.
vi.      Charles, unmarried.
vii.      Esther, became the wife of James Evans; several children.
8.      Charity, became the wife of Chandler Newman; children: Jackson, Emma, Sarah, Dianna.
9.      Dianna, became the wife of Richard Meddick; children:
i.      Augustus, born June 10, 1836.
ii.      Jackson, born May 26, 1838, married, May 21, 1865, Ellen Martin; children: Nina, Frank, Harry.
iii.      Lucy, born November 10, 1839, deceased.
iv.      Alonzo, born May 25, 1842.
v.      Orrilla, born October 20, 1844.
vi.      Emma, born November 19, 1846, became the wife of Oliver Monroe, June 29, 1876, one child, Grace, born April 3, 1879, became the wife of Floyd Langworthy, June 29, 1905, four children.

Children of George and Elizabeth (Sebring) McLean, born in Pulteney, Steuben county, New York:
1.      Joannah, born November 6, 1816; died March 29, 1881; married, January 7, 1839, George H. Whitney, who died October 15, 1869; children:
i.      Elizabeth, born February 2, 1840, died January l, 1859; married David Stowe; child, Mary.
ii.      Phebe, born October 5, 1841, died July 8, 1862; married Harrison Martin; child, George Edwin, born June 18, 1858.
iii.      Anna, born July 21, 1843, died August 26, 1872; married Charlie Thompson; children: Annette, married Bert Hare; three children; George, married Emma McQuay; Agnes, married Will Sherwood, three children; Chancy, married Lettie Ash; he is deceased.
iv.      Charles, born March II. 1846; married Rachel Boyd; children: Bowman, married Blanch Flaugh, four children; Ray, deceased; Glenn.
v.      Eliza, born February 10, 1848, died September 23, 1849.
vi.      Addie, born June 18, 1851; married (first) Thomas Ghere, who died December 16, 1890; married (second) Leroy T. Burgess; children of first marriage: Ella S., born October 18, 1869; married Charles Shearer, died December 5, 1909; three children; Harry F., born April 22, 1873, died December 22, 1881; Frank P., born October 2, 1876, died October 26, 1882; John Lee, born January 13, 1884, married Effie Wade.
vii.      Will, born August 31, 1853, died August l, 1913; married (first) January l, 1875, Mary Ett Martin, ( second) Sarah Cole, (third) Mrs. Caroline Himebaugh; children of second wife: George, married Ella Stafford, three children; Elsie, married Clayton Hale, three children; Dane, married Bertha Ray; Grace, married George Stafford, two children; Hazel, married William Kauffman, one child.
2.      Daniel Sebring. born May 23, 1818, died April 3, 1886; married, October 3, 1840, Esther Gillett, died August l, 1886: children:
i.      Lewis, born September 22, 1842, died November 22, 1875; married, December 19, 1867, Carrie J. Moore, who married (second) Jerred Avery, and died December 19, 1907; children of Mr. and Mrs. McLean: Clyde C., born April 11, 1872, married, October 14, 1897, Gertrude M L McClung, two children: Lois William, born May l, 1903; Dorothy, born August 4, 1904; Madge Ella, born July 19, 1874, married, October 17, 1899, Eugene Harris, three children: Mildred Frances, born January 28, 1901; Ella Marian, born October 7, 1903; Helen Marjorie, born October 7, 1903.
ii.      Roxina, born October 15, 1845, died December: 17, 1845.
iii.      George, born March 19, 1847; married, September 25, 1878, R. Della White; children: Clinton Pelton, born December 2, 188I, died July 29, 1882; Daniel Sebring, born April 8, 1883, died August 19, 1883; Vera Esther, born November 5, 1886, married, February 10, 1906, Merle D. Wilkins, one child; Lyle, born May 24, 1889, died May 24, 1890; Isadore, born May 3I, 1892, died September I5, 1895.
iv.      Willard, born September 2I, 1849, died November 10, 1910; married, December 26, 1876, Flora M. Coover; children: Ward, born July 5, 1878, married Grace Tracy; Ray.
v.      William, born April 8, 1852, died March 27, 1899; married, January 13, 1880, Eliza Coover Merritt, who died in 1909; child, Maude, married Grant Langdon, two children.
vi.      Clarissa, born April IJ, 1856; married, July 10, 1883, Mike Coover; children: Eugene, Georgiana, married Walter Black.
vii.      Eugene, born August 20, 186I, died September 3, 1880. viii. Jennie, born February 6, 1866; married, February 3, 1885, Winters Campbell; children: Esther, born February 2I, 1886; married, January I4, 1904, Harry McWilliams, six ·children; Clarence, born December 29, 1892; Arthur, born April 14, 1897.
3.      William Edwin, born March 11, 1820, died November 29, 1875; married, November 26, 1843, Clarissa Gillett, died May 30, 1868; children:
i.      Clinton, born May 10, 185I, died September 26, 1852.
ii.      Elizabeth, married E. E. French; children: Florence, married Mont Craig, two children; Georgia, married Thomas Thornton, four children; Edwin A., married Lois Eby De Jarnette; Guy B., married Leonora Octa Smith; Daisy L., married H. M. Howard.
iii.      Roxina, born 1853, died February 2I, 1903; married Dr. O. L. Abbey, died January 19, 1905; child, Fred, died September 1, 1906.
iv.      Clark, born October 24, 1858; married Nita Smith; children: Lynn, Edwin, Clinton, Clark, Albert, Susan, May.
v.      Lynn, born 1863, died July 27, 1886.
4.      George Jr., born December 14, 1821, deceased; married (first) July I6, 1845, Catherine Riley, deceased; married (second) March I3, 1855, Mrs. Anna Wygant; children of first wife:
i.      Rose, married (first) Mr. McLyn, (second) Mr. Skinner.
ii.      Frank, married a Miss Van Tyle, two children: George and Kathleen.
iii.      Irene, married B. J. Wright, three children: Nannie, Grace, Prescott; child of second wife:
iv. Kate.
5.      Lewis Hoyt, born February I5, 1824, died November 4, 1896; married, September I6, 1847, Mary Elizabeth Lamphier, who died April 30, 1894; children:
i.      Francis Edwin, born June 4, 1849, killed by cars on Pennsylvania railroad crossing, June 9, 19I3; married, January 30, 1872, Lucinda Cottrell; children: Jessie Nellie, born November 5, 1872, died November 8, 1876; Frank Leslie, born September 7, 1877, died August I5, 1878; Bessie Wave, born December 30, 1880; Russel Matthew Kilgore (adopted son), born April 10, 1898.
ii.      Benjamin Lamphier, born January 29, 185I, died April 4, 185i.
iii.      Charles Arnold, born May 29, 1853; married (first) August 25, 1874, Clemantina C. Cutshall, who died June I5, 1887: married (second) October 19, 1887, Alma E. Herriott; children of first wife: Frank Spencer, born May 10, 1879, died March 28, 1893: Stella Fern, born August 24, 1883, died September I5, 1886; Minnie Alice, born March 4, 1886, died March 22, 1886; children of second wife: Mary Edna, born August 9, 1888; Lewis Elmer, born October 7, 1889, died March 6, 1891; John William, born October 12, 1891; Leslie Harold, born November 20, 1893; Mildred Grace, born September I, 1896; Charlie Kenneth, born September 15, 1898.
iv.      Mary Elizabeth, born August 27, 1854, died October 21, 1854.
v.      Viola Adell, born August 30, 1856, died May 3, 1865.
vi.      John Chandler, born January 6, 1861, married, May 24, 1881, Flora O. Starrett, who died February 6, 191I; children: Calvin Randall, born 1882, married Jessie Thomas, one child; Roger Clifford, born 1883, died 1906, married Inez Chapman, two children; Mabel Grace, born December, 1885, married June, 1911, Rev. Blaine Schaffner; Paul, born 1887, died 1887.
vii.      George Hiram, born October 15, 1864, died July 21, 1883.
6.      Deborah, born July 19, 1827, died March 10, 1912; married, January 22, 1857, George Moore, who died October 5, 1907; children:
i.      May E., born December 17, 1859.
ii.      Lizzie, born December 23, 1868, died March 7, 1869.
iii.      Gordon V., born May 18, 1871, died June 24, 1905.
7.      Drusilla, born December 11, 1829, died March 24, 1896; married, November 12, 1849, Henry Fullerton, who died in April, 1886; children:
i.      Joannah, born October 29, 1849, died June 14, 1891; married Allen Laird, children: George, Maud, Gertrude, Grace, May, Ralph, Guy.
ii.      Stephen, born February 5, r85i.
iii.      Mary, born May 18, 1852, died 1897; married Henry Brown; children: Agnes, Olive, Will, Belle, Robert, Reuben, Charlie, Guy.
iv.      William Adelbert, born November 15, 1853; married Estella Allen; children: Perry F. and Orrin.
v.      Armond, born January 30, 1857; married, April 28, 1887, Sarah Shipman.
vi.      Ida, born January 7, 1861; married L. R. Howe; children: Fred and Armond.
vii.      George, born January 3, 1862; married Beryl Holden, child, Irene F., married Fred Cottrell.
viii.     Pauline, born July 4, 1863, died February 17, 1864. ix. Emma, born September 2, 1864; married Joseph Buzza; children: Will, Minnie, Blanch, deceased; Bessie.
8.      John Sebring, born September 18, 1830, died September r5, 1879; married, January 2, 1865, Sophia J. Boyd, who died March 20, 1904; children:
i.      Rose M., born July 6, 1865; married, July 6, 1881, Horace J. Courtright; children: Lillian M., born April 16, 1882, married, April 28, 1909, Fred Knickerbocker; Glennie, born August 2, 1885, married, August 2, 1910, Lydia Trainer;:Mabel A., born November 18, 1888, married, January 14, 1907, Gray Shelden, two children; Clyde M., born August 7, 1891; married, November 14. 1914, Lucy Bennink; Florence H., born February 14, 1898; Lester A., born February 4, 1900; Gerald R., born January 18, 1903.
ii.      Rachel C., born July 6, 1867; married, June 6, 1900, Arthur M. Harris; children: Viola, Kenneth, Edwin, Cora.
iii.      George B., born August 8, 1869: married, June 20, 1900, Nellie I. Tripp; child, George B. Jr.
iv.      Elizabeth J., born April 25, 1872; married, September 14, 1904, Fred D. Harris.
v.      James Y., born September 8, 1875; married, July 3, 1897, Lillian E. Bunce; children: Merle A., born April 23, 1898, was drowned at Maplewood Park, Union City, Pennsylvania, August 12, 1913; Louis L., born May 28, 1906, died August 3, 1906; Dorothy E., born June 8, 1908.
vi.      Elsie Mae, born April 24, 1878; married, December 24, 1912, Oscar R. Mclntyre.
9.      Chandler New man, born December 13, 1833, died July 25, 1906; married (first) December 13, 1866, Sarah Demaris Wescott, who died in 1895; married (second) Mrs. Ellen Waters; children of first wife: Newton C., born September 17, 1869; Inez M., born 1873, died 1873.
10.      Ansel Pelton, born January 19, 1836, died November 26, 1891; married, May 3. 1871, Mary E. Stafford; children:
i.      Georgiana Ethel, born July 28, 1872; married (first) June 22, 1894, Lester Waterhouse, who died June 18, 1902; married (second) October 15, 1906, George Waterman: child of first marriage: Dorothy Waive, born May 19, 1901; children of second marriage: Leon Edwin, born April 12, 1909, died April 26, 1909; Leone Agatha, born Apr 11 12, 1909, died May 17, 1909.
ii.      Rawle Woodside, born September 3, 1874; married Orrilla Church; child, Lloyd, born May, 1900.
iii.      Waive, born January 17, 1877, died November 28, 1880.
iv.      Macie, born November 22, 1882; married, April 2, 1903, George W. Coover; children: Thelma M., born October 15, 1903: Josephine Mae, born May 30, 1908; Melvin McLean, born November 30, 1912.
11.      Sarah Jane, born October 2, 1837; married, March 6, 1867, James A. Boyd, aforementioned.8

Family

Capt. James Goodrich b. 7 Oct 1790, d. 22 Mar 1879

Citations

  1. [S2922] John L. Sexton, History of Tioga County, Pennsylvania with Illustrations, Portraits, & Sketches of Prominent Families and Individuals (NY: W. W. Munsell & Co., 1883), p. 268. Hereinafter cited as Sexton [1883] History of Tioga Co PA.
  2. [S2922] John L. Sexton, Sexton [1883] History of Tioga Co PA, p. 268-9.
  3. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Genealogical and Personal History of Western Pennsylvania (Three volumes) (NY: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1915), Volume 3, p. 1683. Hereinafter cited as Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA.
  4. [S2914] Erie Society for Genealogical Research, compiler, Photocopy of Birth, Marriage and Death Records from the McLean Family Bible, originally published in "Keystone Kussins", Vol. XXIII, No. 1, Aug 1984. pp.20-21 (Erie, PA: Erie Society for Genealogical Research, August 1984). Hereinafter cited as McLean Family Bible.
  5. [S3322] John McLean, photocopy of typed manuscript, 11 Nov 1927, unknown repository, 107 Chapel Street, Penn Yan, Yates Co., New York, USA.
  6. [S2922] John L. Sexton, Sexton [1883] History of Tioga Co PA, p. 269.
  7. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, deborah A McLean Goodrich: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=goodrich&GSiman=1&GScid=2182063&GRid=98841000&. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  8. [S2994] John Woolf Jordan Jordan [1915] Gen & Personal Hist W PA, Vol. 3, pp. 1682-8.

Capt. James Goodrich1

M, #77842, b. 7 October 1790, d. 22 March 1879
ChartsChart of Descendants of Alexander Armstrong, Sr
Chart of Descendants of John S. McLean
Last Edited19 Feb 2016
     Capt. James Goodrich was born on 7 October 1790 at Hancock, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, USA; From Sexton [1883:287-8]: "[James' father] died in August 1792, when James was not yet two years of age..."2,3 He married Deborah Armstrong McLean, daughter of John S. McLean and Sarah Armstrong, on 24 January 1815 at Benton Center, Yates Co., New York, USA.1
Capt. James Goodrich died on 22 March 1879 at Tioga, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, USA, at age 88.4,2
Capt. James Goodrich was buried after 22 March 1879 at Evergreen Cemetery, Tioga, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, USA,

; from Find A Grave website:
     Birth:      Oct. 7, 1790, Hancock, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA
     Death:      Mar. 22, 1879, Tioga, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, USA
     Family links: Parents:
      Zebulon Goodrich (1744 - 1792)
      Honor Waples Goodrich (1749 - 1825)
     Spouse: Deborah A McLean Goodrich (1797 - 1868)*
     Siblings:
      Seth Goodrich (1771 - 1855)*
      Joseph Goodrich (1775 - 1848)*
      Honor Goodrich Rowley (1781 - ____)*
      James Goodrich (1790 - 1879)
     Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Tioga, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, USA
     Created by: RobMinteer57
     Record added: Oct 13, 2012
     Find A Grave Memorial# 98841665.2
     ; Sexton [1883:268-9].5

Family

Deborah Armstrong McLean b. 15 Aug 1797, d. 26 Jan 1868

Citations

  1. [S2922] John L. Sexton, History of Tioga County, Pennsylvania with Illustrations, Portraits, & Sketches of Prominent Families and Individuals (NY: W. W. Munsell & Co., 1883), p. 268. Hereinafter cited as Sexton [1883] History of Tioga Co PA.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, James Goodrich: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=goodrich&GSiman=1&GScid=2182063&GRid=98841665&. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  3. [S2922] John L. Sexton, Sexton [1883] History of Tioga Co PA, pp. 267-8.
  4. [S2922] John L. Sexton, Sexton [1883] History of Tioga Co PA, p. 269.
  5. [S2922] John L. Sexton, Sexton [1883] History of Tioga Co PA, pp. 268-9.

Elizabeth Fleming1

F, #77843
Last Edited21 Jan 2015
     ; from Sexton [1883], p. 268: ...[John McLean] leaving his widowed mother, Elizabeth Fleming McLean, and a sister, came to America, landing at the city of Philadelphia, after three months' voyage, in the year 1775.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S2922] John L. Sexton, History of Tioga County, Pennsylvania with Illustrations, Portraits, & Sketches of Prominent Families and Individuals (NY: W. W. Munsell & Co., 1883), p. 268. Hereinafter cited as Sexton [1883] History of Tioga Co PA.

Harriet Amanda Ritchie1,2

F, #77844, b. 12 January 1859, d. 22 May 1921
Photograph by Picasa
Last Edited15 Oct 2018
     Harriet Amanda Ritchie was born on 12 January 1859 at Broomtown, Cherokee Co., Alabama, USA.1,2 She married George Washington Leath, son of James L. Leath and Mary Cobb, in 1880 at Alabama, USA; married 20 years per 1900 census; 1st five children in 1900 census born in AL.1
Harriet Amanda Ritchie died on 22 May 1921 at Tarrant Co., Texas, USA, at age 62.2
Harriet Amanda Ritchie was buried after 22 May 1921 at Rehoboth Cemetery, Arlington, Tarrant Co., Texas, USA,

;
from Find A Grave:
     BIRTH     12 Jan 1859, Broomtown, Cherokee County, Alabama, USA
     DEATH     22 May 1921 (aged 62), Tarrant County, Texas, USA
     Daughter of Nimrod and Anna Carolyn McGee Ritchie. Wife of George Washington Leath
     Family Members
     Spouse
      George Washington Leath 1860–1951
     Children
      Charles Edward Leath 1885–1954
      Mary Della Leath Bright 1888–1971
      George Arnold Leath 1891–1896
      Henry Grady Leath 1893–1948
      James Otis Leath 1899–1986
      Benjamin Earl Leath 1901–1908
     BURIAL     Rehoboth Cemetery, Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas, USA
     Created by: jo buis
     Added: 28 Apr 2009
     Find A Grave Memorial 36453736.2
     Harriet Amanda Ritchie and George Washington Leath appeared in the census of 18 June 1900 at Precinct 8, Mansfield, Tarrant Co., Texas, USA;
p. 13A, lines 14-22; Dwelling 149; Family 250
     14 LEATH, George Head W M May1860 40 Married 20yrs [1880] AL TN FA Farmer
     15 " , Harriet H. Wife W F Jan 1859 41 Married 20yrs [1880] 8-children-born 7-children-living AL SC SC
     16 " , Viola J Daughter W F Jan 1881 19 single AL AL AL
     17 " , Perl J Daughter W F May 1883 17 Single AL AL AL
     18 " , Charles E. Son W M Feb 1885 15 Single AL AL AL
     19 " , Mary F. Daughter W F Feb 1888 12 Single AL AL AL
     20 " , Henry G.Son W M Sep 1894 6 Single AL AL AL
     21 " , John E. Son W M Dec 1896 4 Single TX AL AL
     22 " , James O. Son W M Feb 1899 1 Single TX AL AL.3

Family

George Washington Leath b. 30 May 1860, d. 3 Sep 1951
Children

Citations

  1. [S180] 1900 Federal Census, 1900 Census TX Tarrant Co Mansfield Prec 8, Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 8, Tarrant, Texas; Roll: 1671; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0121; FHL microfilm: 1241671

    http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&indiv=try&h=44264628
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 15 October 2018), memorial page for Harriett Amanda Ritchie Leath (12 Jan 1859–22 May 1921), Find A Grave Memorial no. 36453736, citing Rehoboth Cemetery, Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by jo buis (contributor 47090965) at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/36453736/harriett-amanda-leath. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  3. [S180] 1900 Federal Census, 1900 Census TX Tarrant Co Mansfield Prec 8, Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 8, Tarrant, Texas; Roll: 1671; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0121; FHL microfilm: 1241671
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&indiv=try&h=44264628
    Image: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7602/4118559_01057?pid=44264628&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db%3D1900usfedcen%26indiv%3Dtry%26h%3D44264628&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true

Charles E. Leath1

M, #77846, b. February 1885
FatherGeorge Washington Leath1 b. 30 May 1860, d. 3 Sep 1951
MotherHarriet Amanda Ritchie1 b. 12 Jan 1859, d. 22 May 1921
Last Edited22 Jan 2015
     Charles E. Leath was born in February 1885 at Alabama, USA.1
     Charles E. Leath was listed as a resident in George Washington Leath and Harriet Amanda Ritchie's household in the census report on 18 June 1900 at Precinct 8, Mansfield, Tarrant Co., Texas, USA;
p. 13A, lines 14-22; Dwelling 149; Family 250
     14 LEATH, George Head W M May1860 40 Married 20yrs [1880] AL TN FA Farmer
     15 " , Harriet H. Wife W F Jan 1859 41 Married 20yrs [1880] 8-children-born 7-children-living AL SC SC
     16 " , Viola J Daughter W F Jan 1881 19 single AL AL AL
     17 " , Perl J Daughter W F May 1883 17 Single AL AL AL
     18 " , Charles E. Son W M Feb 1885 15 Single AL AL AL
     19 " , Mary F. Daughter W F Feb 1888 12 Single AL AL AL
     20 " , Henry G.Son W M Sep 1894 6 Single AL AL AL
     21 " , John E. Son W M Dec 1896 4 Single TX AL AL
     22 " , James O. Son W M Feb 1899 1 Single TX AL AL.2

Citations

  1. [S180] 1900 Federal Census, 1900 Census TX Tarrant Co Mansfield Prec 8, Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 8, Tarrant, Texas; Roll: 1671; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0121; FHL microfilm: 1241671

    http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&indiv=try&h=44264628
  2. [S180] 1900 Federal Census, 1900 Census TX Tarrant Co Mansfield Prec 8, Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 8, Tarrant, Texas; Roll: 1671; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0121; FHL microfilm: 1241671
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&indiv=try&h=44264628
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Mary F. Leath1

F, #77847, b. February 1888
FatherGeorge Washington Leath1 b. 30 May 1860, d. 3 Sep 1951
MotherHarriet Amanda Ritchie1 b. 12 Jan 1859, d. 22 May 1921
Last Edited22 Jan 2015
     Mary F. Leath was born in February 1888 at Alabama, USA.1
     Mary F. Leath was listed as a resident in George Washington Leath and Harriet Amanda Ritchie's household in the census report on 18 June 1900 at Precinct 8, Mansfield, Tarrant Co., Texas, USA;
p. 13A, lines 14-22; Dwelling 149; Family 250
     14 LEATH, George Head W M May1860 40 Married 20yrs [1880] AL TN FA Farmer
     15 " , Harriet H. Wife W F Jan 1859 41 Married 20yrs [1880] 8-children-born 7-children-living AL SC SC
     16 " , Viola J Daughter W F Jan 1881 19 single AL AL AL
     17 " , Perl J Daughter W F May 1883 17 Single AL AL AL
     18 " , Charles E. Son W M Feb 1885 15 Single AL AL AL
     19 " , Mary F. Daughter W F Feb 1888 12 Single AL AL AL
     20 " , Henry G.Son W M Sep 1894 6 Single AL AL AL
     21 " , John E. Son W M Dec 1896 4 Single TX AL AL
     22 " , James O. Son W M Feb 1899 1 Single TX AL AL.2

Citations

  1. [S180] 1900 Federal Census, 1900 Census TX Tarrant Co Mansfield Prec 8, Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 8, Tarrant, Texas; Roll: 1671; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0121; FHL microfilm: 1241671

    http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&indiv=try&h=44264628
  2. [S180] 1900 Federal Census, 1900 Census TX Tarrant Co Mansfield Prec 8, Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 8, Tarrant, Texas; Roll: 1671; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0121; FHL microfilm: 1241671
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&indiv=try&h=44264628
    Image: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7602/4118559_01057?pid=44264628&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db%3D1900usfedcen%26indiv%3Dtry%26h%3D44264628&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true

Henry G. Leath1

M, #77848, b. September 1894
FatherGeorge Washington Leath1 b. 30 May 1860, d. 3 Sep 1951
MotherHarriet Amanda Ritchie1 b. 12 Jan 1859, d. 22 May 1921
Last Edited22 Jan 2015
     Henry G. Leath was born in September 1894 at Alabama, USA.1
     Henry G. Leath was listed as a resident in George Washington Leath and Harriet Amanda Ritchie's household in the census report on 18 June 1900 at Precinct 8, Mansfield, Tarrant Co., Texas, USA;
p. 13A, lines 14-22; Dwelling 149; Family 250
     14 LEATH, George Head W M May1860 40 Married 20yrs [1880] AL TN FA Farmer
     15 " , Harriet H. Wife W F Jan 1859 41 Married 20yrs [1880] 8-children-born 7-children-living AL SC SC
     16 " , Viola J Daughter W F Jan 1881 19 single AL AL AL
     17 " , Perl J Daughter W F May 1883 17 Single AL AL AL
     18 " , Charles E. Son W M Feb 1885 15 Single AL AL AL
     19 " , Mary F. Daughter W F Feb 1888 12 Single AL AL AL
     20 " , Henry G.Son W M Sep 1894 6 Single AL AL AL
     21 " , John E. Son W M Dec 1896 4 Single TX AL AL
     22 " , James O. Son W M Feb 1899 1 Single TX AL AL.2

Citations

  1. [S180] 1900 Federal Census, 1900 Census TX Tarrant Co Mansfield Prec 8, Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 8, Tarrant, Texas; Roll: 1671; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0121; FHL microfilm: 1241671

    http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&indiv=try&h=44264628
  2. [S180] 1900 Federal Census, 1900 Census TX Tarrant Co Mansfield Prec 8, Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 8, Tarrant, Texas; Roll: 1671; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0121; FHL microfilm: 1241671
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&indiv=try&h=44264628
    Image: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7602/4118559_01057?pid=44264628&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db%3D1900usfedcen%26indiv%3Dtry%26h%3D44264628&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true

John E. Leath1

M, #77849, b. December 1896
FatherGeorge Washington Leath1 b. 30 May 1860, d. 3 Sep 1951
MotherHarriet Amanda Ritchie1 b. 12 Jan 1859, d. 22 May 1921
Last Edited22 Jan 2015
     John E. Leath was born in December 1896 at Alabama, USA.1
     John E. Leath was listed as a resident in George Washington Leath and Harriet Amanda Ritchie's household in the census report on 18 June 1900 at Precinct 8, Mansfield, Tarrant Co., Texas, USA;
p. 13A, lines 14-22; Dwelling 149; Family 250
     14 LEATH, George Head W M May1860 40 Married 20yrs [1880] AL TN FA Farmer
     15 " , Harriet H. Wife W F Jan 1859 41 Married 20yrs [1880] 8-children-born 7-children-living AL SC SC
     16 " , Viola J Daughter W F Jan 1881 19 single AL AL AL
     17 " , Perl J Daughter W F May 1883 17 Single AL AL AL
     18 " , Charles E. Son W M Feb 1885 15 Single AL AL AL
     19 " , Mary F. Daughter W F Feb 1888 12 Single AL AL AL
     20 " , Henry G.Son W M Sep 1894 6 Single AL AL AL
     21 " , John E. Son W M Dec 1896 4 Single TX AL AL
     22 " , James O. Son W M Feb 1899 1 Single TX AL AL.2

Citations

  1. [S180] 1900 Federal Census, 1900 Census TX Tarrant Co Mansfield Prec 8, Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 8, Tarrant, Texas; Roll: 1671; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0121; FHL microfilm: 1241671

    http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&indiv=try&h=44264628
  2. [S180] 1900 Federal Census, 1900 Census TX Tarrant Co Mansfield Prec 8, Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 8, Tarrant, Texas; Roll: 1671; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0121; FHL microfilm: 1241671
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&indiv=try&h=44264628
    Image: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7602/4118559_01057?pid=44264628&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db%3D1900usfedcen%26indiv%3Dtry%26h%3D44264628&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true

James O. Leath1

M, #77850, b. February 1899
FatherGeorge Washington Leath1 b. 30 May 1860, d. 3 Sep 1951
MotherHarriet Amanda Ritchie1 b. 12 Jan 1859, d. 22 May 1921
Last Edited22 Jan 2015
     James O. Leath was born in February 1899 at Alabama, USA.1
     James O. Leath was listed as a resident in George Washington Leath and Harriet Amanda Ritchie's household in the census report on 18 June 1900 at Precinct 8, Mansfield, Tarrant Co., Texas, USA;
p. 13A, lines 14-22; Dwelling 149; Family 250
     14 LEATH, George Head W M May1860 40 Married 20yrs [1880] AL TN FA Farmer
     15 " , Harriet H. Wife W F Jan 1859 41 Married 20yrs [1880] 8-children-born 7-children-living AL SC SC
     16 " , Viola J Daughter W F Jan 1881 19 single AL AL AL
     17 " , Perl J Daughter W F May 1883 17 Single AL AL AL
     18 " , Charles E. Son W M Feb 1885 15 Single AL AL AL
     19 " , Mary F. Daughter W F Feb 1888 12 Single AL AL AL
     20 " , Henry G.Son W M Sep 1894 6 Single AL AL AL
     21 " , John E. Son W M Dec 1896 4 Single TX AL AL
     22 " , James O. Son W M Feb 1899 1 Single TX AL AL.2

Citations

  1. [S180] 1900 Federal Census, 1900 Census TX Tarrant Co Mansfield Prec 8, Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 8, Tarrant, Texas; Roll: 1671; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0121; FHL microfilm: 1241671

    http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&indiv=try&h=44264628
  2. [S180] 1900 Federal Census, 1900 Census TX Tarrant Co Mansfield Prec 8, Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 8, Tarrant, Texas; Roll: 1671; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0121; FHL microfilm: 1241671
    Info: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&indiv=try&h=44264628
    Image: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7602/4118559_01057?pid=44264628&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db%3D1900usfedcen%26indiv%3Dtry%26h%3D44264628&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true