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RE: McClintock family Hi Larry, I didn't want to leave you hanging but I thought I might get some useful information from my Irish cousin. She has put a great deal of time into searching records at Donegal in Northern Ireland. She has uncovered a lot of information but she is not organized to the point of establishing an actual lineage to my satisfaction. I believe that William McClintock (1736-1790) & Jean Sharp (1740-) may have been the parents of John (1770-1838), George W. (1771-1851) and Charles (1791-) even if Charles appears to be born after William died. I am in the John McClintock lineage. I hope to look up some information Saturday at the Rutherford B. Hays library in Fremont. I would like to know when Charles died and confirm his birth date. In answer to your earlier question, it seems clear that George and Jane McClintock came to Miami county about 1836 with their son George W. He married Margaret Steen in New Brunswick, Canada before coming to Miami county in 1842. In 1848, he moved to Auglaize county, bought a farm and raised his family. He died August 7, 1887. His only son, Andrew continued farming. He died October 5, 1916. Other children are Ann J., Margaret M., and Mary A. I need to travel the 60 miles to Wapakoneta in Auglaize county to look through newspapers. Hope this fills in some gaps, Steve
Thanks for replying. I'm beginning to suffer a mental strain researching the McClintock family. Ha_Ha. I have a cousin who lives in Donegal, Northern Ireland. She descends from the McClintock family. We are trying to figure out how many brothers (siblings) there were in the generation born around 1770-1780. This could include Charles(1791). There are way too many Georges and Charles. My linkage comes from John McClintock(1770) and his wife Barbara Stephenson(1780) living in Donegal. A daughter was my GGGrandmother, Mary Anna McClintock who married John George Romshe. A brother of hers was Charles who died August 7, 1903 in Auglaize county. My cousin believes there is a brother, George(1771) perhaps the one buried in Fletcher cemetery, Miami county. I feel he brought his son George W.(1814) with him from Ireland. George W. married Margaret Steen in New Brunswick, Canada. He stayed in Miami county until 1848 when he moved his family to Auglaize county, Ohio. George W. died in 1887. There is such an entanglement, I wonder if it can be straightened out. I want to make sure that any information I give you is correct but I will certainly work with you.
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Those pictures of William and Charles Alexander are wonderful. Thanks for posting. My name is Steve Romshe. My family lived in Auglaize county beginning in 1838. I believe that George and Jane McClintock came to Miami county in the 1830's. Their son George W. came to Auglaize county about 1848 and died there. Do you know if Charles McClintock who was born in Ireland in 1791 had any siblings or relatives in Miami county ?
RE: Grinnen Sorry Larry. I don't have a clue. The others may be there but have no marker. I don't know if there are any records either. You could try the Brockway Historical Society. The email address is www.brockwayhistory.org. That's in their area.
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