Western Pennsylvania Genealogy
Compiled by Douglas H. Lusher


Family Group Record



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Francis C. McClure and Catharine Ann Lang




Husband Francis C. McClure 1

         Born: 20 Dec 1819 - Steubenville, Jefferson Co, OH 1
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       Father: Andrew McClure (Abt 1797-1858) 2
       Mother: Margaret Abrams (      -      ) 3


     Marriage: 1843 3



Wife Catharine Ann Lang 3

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       Father: George Lang (      -      ) 3
       Mother: Mary Gregory (      -      ) 3




Children
1 F Elizabeth McClure 3

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       Spouse: [Unk] McWilliams (      -      ) 3



2 M George A. McClure 3

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         Died: Bef 1889 - near McKeesport, Allegheny Co, PA
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3 M Francis Samuel McClure 3

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4 M William Matthew McClure 3

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5 M Alexander Winfield McClure 3

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6 F Melissa Belle McClure 3

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7 F Sarah Agnes McClure 3

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       Spouse: Did Not Marry


8 F Margaret McClure 3

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       Spouse: Did Not Marry


9 F Mary Susan McClure 3

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       Spouse: Did Not Marry


10 F Amanda Ellen McClure 3

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General Notes: Husband - Francis C. McClure


When eighteen years old he began to work at the carpenter's trade, and helped build the first free schoolhouse in Mifflin township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. He engaged in farming in that township for nineteen years, and for a short time in Westmoreland County. In 1864 he came to Patton and purchased 126 acres near Murrysville, on which several gas-wells later sunk. He was school director eleven years; also collector and supervisor. He was a republican, and with his family was associated with the Murrysville Presbyterian Church.

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Sources


1 The History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Part II (Chicago, IL: A. W. Warner & Co., 1889), Pg 490.

2 The History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Part II (Chicago, IL: A. W. Warner & Co., 1889), Pg 490, 747.

3 The History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Part II (Chicago, IL: A. W. Warner & Co., 1889), Pg 491.


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