James Taylor McClure and Nancy Crouch

FIVE GENERATIONS OF ONE FAMILY LIVING The Great-Great Grandmother is 78; The Babe Little Over Three Months FAMILY RECORD IS UNIQUE Great-Great Grandmother’s Husband Had Twice Been United in Marriage by the Rev. Dr. John McMillian, Founder of Washington and Jefferson College- Reside in Washington. Living representatives of four generations usually attract attention, because great […]

David McClure and Mary Cameron

DAVID McCLURE is a grandson of James and Nancy (Crouch) McClure, who were born in Scotland, whence they emigrated to Pennsylvania in an early day. They settled on a farm in North Strabane township, Washington county, where thirteen children were born to them, and where the father died in 1854. David McClure (father of our […]

James E. McClure and Martha McCosh

James E. McClure b. 1826 in Pennsylvania married Martha McCosh b. 1827 in Pennsylvania. Children according to the census were: John F. b. c. 1847, Pennsylvania Albert B. b. c. 1849, Pennsylvania Harry E. b. c. 1855, New York, married Anna M. Charles James b. 1862 Aug 28 in New York, died 1935 May 18, […]

Charles James McClure and Jennie Priscilla Warren

Charles James MCCLURE was born 28 Aug 1862 in New York. He died 28 May 1935 at 72 in Medical Lake, Spokane, Washington. He was the son of James and Martha MCCLURE. On 14 July 1888, Charles married Jennie Priscilla WARREN in Buffalo, NY. Jennie was the daughter of Daniel Henry WARREN and Harriet Louis […]

Residences of the Charles James Family of McClures 1900-1930

According to the census, Albert H. and Dorothy McClure were living at 7925 Maryland Ave. in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois in 1930. I’ve seen a photo and I do think this is the apartment complex. I should take a screen shot as well. View Larger Map In 1930 the family of Charles James McClure, father […]

The McClure Family Line

For convenience of seeing where people fit into family lines, I suppose I ought to put some ancestry information here, and not just depend on the online database. Except for the McClures this line is, from I can tell, annoyingly English, in Massachusetts and Vermont and New Hampshire back in the 17th and early 18th […]