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Note for:   Comfort Gilbert,   ABT 1770 - ABT 1845         Index
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Bride: Comfort Gilbert
Groom: John Cleveland
Bond Date: 12 Dec 1783
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 051
Bondsman: Isaac Garrison
Bond #: 000164619

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Note for:   James Patrick McClarty,   27 JAN 1867 - 3 OCT 1918         Index
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James dad died in Oct. after he was borned in Jan. Charlie ,his older step brother , went with Lousie, his step mother, and put them on the steamboat to leave for their old home. That was the last he ever saw of the little family - except James Patrick. James took his first step on the steamboat. His mother died when he was fifteen and with two of his brothers (Jake and Jeff) until he came to Ark. in 1887. He followed Lucinda Hooper to Arkansas where they got married in Logan Co. in 1889. They lived at Morrisons Bluff above the Arkansas River. Land records show that they filed a claim on 40 acres. After that they moved to Texas and finally Okla. See letter from Archie Mclarty.

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Note for:   Archie Obediah McClarty,   18 OCT 1889 - 19 OCT 1969         Index
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Moved to Ok., 1904, settling near Hasting, where he attended the Bapt. Academy. He farmed east of Hasting until 1938 then moved to Hasting. He was manager of the T. H. Rogers Lumber Co. until his retirement, 1961. They were members of the Hastings Meth. Church.

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Note for:   Bertha Elizabeth McClarty,   10 AUG 1901 - FEB 1985         Index
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Began teaching in the fall of 1919 at Taylor, OK., a two teacher school. She had the first four grades . During the time school was recessed for cotton picking, the schoolhouse burned and the other teacher resigned. After cotton picking season was over the schoolboard set up school in an old empty store. The pupils sat on the homemade benches, and did their writing with the paper on a book in theire laps. She had 55 students, some older than her. She later taught at Bird reek, Randlett, Pleasant Valley, and Temple. She retired from the Ponca City schools.

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Note for:   George Herbert McClarty,   13 APR 1907 - 8 FEB 1997         Index
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Obit from Wichita Falls Newspaper:
Burkburnett- George H. McClarty, 89, died Sat, Feb. 8, 1997, in Denton, TX.. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at First Baptist Church in Burkburnett with the Rev. Lamoin Champ of Nocona and Dr. Tim Russell, paster, officiating. Burial will be in Burkburnett Cemetery under the direction of Owens and Brumley Funeral Home in Burkburnett.
Mr. McClarty was born April 13, 1907, near Randlett, Okla. He and Ina Faye Hoffmeyer were married June 4, 1931. He was a retired pharmacist and former owner of the Corner Drug Store in Burkburnett. He had lived in Burkburnett since 1936, and was a former mayor and city councilman. He was a member and a deacon of First Baptist Church in Burkburnett. He was a member of the Rotary Club of Burkburnett, former director of First National Bank of Burkurnett, and past president and member of the school board. Survivors include his wife; Sue Teel of Coppell, TX.; a son, Bill McClarty of Amarillo, TX.; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

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Note for:   Lewis Patrick McClarty,   22 OCT 1915 - APR 1987         Index
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He was on the battleship Boliver in the Pacific, crossed the Equator Oct 2, 1944.

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Note for:   Calvin Obediah McClarty,   28 JUL 1918 - 2 JAN 1968         Index
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He went into the Coast Guard in May, 1941, was on the Nike Whish, a sub chaser. Was on it for 49 months. Was on board when they captured a German sub off Cape May.
Married while in Navy. In 1966 was working as a draftman for a company in Patterson, N.J.

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Note for:   David Edward Guthrie,    - 28 AUG 1924         Index
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Served in WWI for 9 months, returned from service in Feb, 1919. He was killed by lighting.