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Margaret Neely, Wife of Alexander McClure, Mother of Samuel Halbert McClure

Margaret Neely, Wife of Alexander McClure, Mother of Samuel Halbert McClure

Margaret Neely McClure
Birth: Jan. 28, 1813
Greene County
Ohio, USA
Death: Oct. 24, 1882
Grover Hill
Paulding County
Ohio, USA
Her parents were James and Elizabeth Neely of Greene Co, OH. Several of her siblings moved to the Allen & Paulding county area of Ohio.
Her tombstone says she died 1 November 1882 but the death record from Paulding Co, Ohio, gives 24 October 1882. The death was recorded in 1883.
Her siblings were Hannah C. Neely who married Jacob Rise, William F Neely who married Ruth Paulin and Matilda Snodgrass, Thomas Davis Neely who married Mary (Polly) Canada, Margaret, Elizabeth Neely who married William Smith, James M. Neely who married Cynthia Ann Beeson, Samuel Neely who did not live past 1835, and Nancy Jane Neely who married Jacob Roush.
There are estate papers for her father James Neely who died in 1826 in Greene Co, OH.
Family links:
Spouse:
Alexander McClure (1806 - 1862)*
Children: Elizabeth Neely McClure
William Worth McClure
James Neely McClure (1831 - 1904)*
Alexander J. McClure (1836 - 1912)*
Samuel Halbert McClure (1839 - 1908)*
Newton J McClure (1848 - 1920)*
Aurilla Emeline McClure Girod (1853 - 1917)*
Burial: Middle Creek Cemetery, Grover Hill, Paulding Co., Ohio

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