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William Gadberry

M, #122, b. 1842, d. 10 April 1894
     See WFT 4 #1286 for several generations of ancestors of William Gadberry
World Family Tree: Volume 4


     1. William Gadberry, born Abt. 1841 in JACKSON County, ILL; died April 10, 1894 in BLOOMFIELD, BENTON County, AR. He was the son of 2. Andrew Jackson Gadberry and 3. Nancy Anna Norsley I. He married (1) Sophia Carolyn Phillips 1867 in BENTON County, AR.. She was born September 16, 1843, and died March 24, 1933 in BENTON County, AR.. William Gadberry was born in 1842 at DeWitt County, Illinois. He married Sophia Caroline January, daughter of Calvin C. Phillips and Nancy Sophia Hastings, on 28 October 1866 at Benton County, Arkansas; by H. Powell, MG.1,2,3
William Gadberry lived on 28 January 1867 at Benton County, Arkansas; Purchased 160 acres in Benton County. He and Sophia Caroline Phillips appeared on the census of June 1880 at ED7, Wallace Twp, Benton County, Arkansas.4 William Gadberry was buried in 1894 at Bloomfield Cemetery, Bloomfield, Benton County, Arkansas. He died on 10 April 1894.1

Last Edited=1 Sep 2007

Children of William Gadberry and Sophia Caroline Phillips

Citations

  1. [S556] Ruthie Barnwell Pantry, "A January Family History".
  2. [S675] Verba Jo Pearce and Scott Gail, Benton, AR Marriages 1860-1877, Pg 13.
  3. [S231] Jordan Dodd, Database: AR Marriages, 1851-1900, Arkansas Marriages, 1851-1900 Arkansas Marriages, 1851-1900
    Name:      WILLIAM GODBERRY
    Spouse:      SOPHIA [Mrs] JANUARY
    Marriage Date:      28 Oct 1866
    County:      Benton
    State:      AR
    Source Information:
    Dodd, Jordan, Liahona Research, comp.. Arkansas Marriages, 1851-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001. Original data: See the extended description for original data sources listed by county.

    Description:
    This database is an index to individuals who were married in various counties of the U.S. state of Arkansas between 1851 and 1900. Information that may be found in this database for each individual includes their name, spouse's name, marriage date, and marriage county.
  4. [S97] Hiram January, 1880 Census, AR Benton County.
  5. [S517] Colcord Historical Society, Pioneer Families 1830-1985 Row-Colcord Volume 1.

Beryl Mae Mayfield

F, #123, b. 4 January 1916, d. 21 August 1940
Beryl Mae Mayfield|b. 4 Jan 1916\nd. 21 Aug 1940|p5.htm#i123|Charles Shields Mayfield|b. 31 May 1886\nd. 22 Nov 1964|p2.htm#i46|Jennie Edith Clifton|b. 27 Sep 1886\nd. 5 Oct 1967|p2.htm#i56|Zachariah T. Mayfield|b. 19 Feb 1847\nd. 6 Dec 1902|p1.htm#i13|Eliza M. McClure|b. 5 Feb 1849\nd. 4 Feb 1922|p1.htm#i2|Samuel D. Clifton|b. 5 Mar 1850\nd. 30 Jan 1940|p24.htm#i700|Ida M. Clothier|b. 30 Aug 1855\nd. 9 Aug 1898|p24.htm#i701|
     Beryl Mae Mayfield was born on 4 January 1916 at Stafford County, Kansas. She was the daughter of Charles Shields Mayfield and Jennie Edith Clifton.1 Beryl Mae Mayfield lived in 1920 at Dodge, Ford County, Kansas.2 She appeared on the census of 1 April 1930 in the household of Charles Shields Mayfield and Jennie Edith Clifton at Ford Township, Ford County, Kansas.3 Beryl Mae Mayfield died on 21 August 1940 at 608 Military Avenue, Dodge City, Ford County, Kansas, at age 24; of Leukemia.1 She was buried on 23 August 1940 at Maple Grove Cemetery Sec 3 Lot 116 Block 1, Dodge City, Kansas.4

Last Edited=2 Jun 2006

Citations

  1. [S318] Unknown author, Funeral Service Program, Dunsford Funeral Home.
  2. [S138] “1920 1920 United States Federal Census,” Generations Network.
  3. [S140] Unknown author, 1930 U S. Census, Database: 1930 United States Federal Census
    Viewing records 1-10 of 12
    March 28, 2003
    12:36 AM
    Mayfield, Charles S
    Age: 42 Year: 1930
    Birthplace: KY Roll: T626_702
    Race: White Page: 2A
    State: KS ED: 14
    County: Ford Image: 0883
    Township: Ford
    Relationship: Head.
  4. [S318] Unknown author, Funeral Service Program, Christian Church, 2 PM Fri 23 Aug 1940
    Dr. David Tyndall, Rev. Edwin Hampton
    Pall bearers: Joe Kehl, Paul Brockhousen, Vernon Berry, Rex Nelson, Dean Harmon.

William McClure1

M, #125, b. 1761, d. 1814
William McClure|b. 1761\nd. 1814|p5.htm#i125|William McClure|b. 1747\nd. 1785|p68.htm#i2025|Jean Trimble|b. c 1748|p68.htm#i2024|Samuel McClure|b. 1722\nd. 1779|p68.htm#i2028|Mary Kelso||p68.htm#i2022|James Trimble||p68.htm#i2023|Jane Kersey||p68.htm#i2026|
     William McClure was born in 1761 at Pennsylvania.2,3 He was the son of William McClure and Jean Trimble.2,3 William McClure married Mary Shields, daughter of John Shields and Jane Hagerman, on 12 September 1789 at Augusta County, Virginia; Mary's mother Jane Shields, a widow, gave consent. They were married by Rev. Peter Waddle, the blind preacher. Mary was only 14 when married. William McClure died in 1814 at Norfolk, Virginia. From "McClure - Hubbell, and Related Families":"The story of our McClure ancestry begins in Scotland, where so many people tiring of such strict religious regulations fled into Ireland and later to America.
Philadelphia was the landing place of many Scotch-Irish families. Soon the crowded conditions there and news of cheaper lands farther west encouraged these people to seek new lands. Lancaster County, Pa. was a settling place for many McClures and it is probable that our family is of this branch. When Borden s Grant was opened for settlement in Virginia, near Lexington, many McClures obtained land there.
Our William McClure was born in PA. No one of us seem to remember the name of his father. He had brothers and sisters. One brother, Robert, left for MS and was never heard from again. Susana Hinds was the wife of one brother. William McClure entered the Revolutionary service from Augusta County, Virginia, at the age of 16. He served more than one enlistment. He was twice wounded. Once on the forehead by a sword, at another time by a bayonet in his back. He was 22 when discharged. In all, he served 4 years and 9 months. He enlisted in the Virginia Line for duration of the war in 1782, under Lieut. John Steel of the 9th Vir. Reg. "Ref. B. W. Manuscript on file at State Library, Richmond, Virginia."

"William McClure married Mary Shields Sept. 12, 1789, in Augusta County, Virginia. Her mother, Jane Shields, a widow, gave consent. They were married by Rev. Peter Waddle, the blind preacher. Mary's father, John Shields, had died from wounds Jan. 19, 1779 he received at the battle of Monmouth, NJ, June 28, 1778. John Shields was a New England Yankee, who fought under Ethan Allen and was called a "Green Mountain Boy". He was of Irish ancestry. He enlisted for service in the Revolution from Berks County, PA. While engaged in the battle of Monmouth, he saw Molly Stark carry a pitcher of cider to her husband. While standing near her husband, John Stark fell wounded. She at once took over the cannon and loaded and fired until the enemy was repulsed. Congress later made her a Colonel for her bravery. She was known as "Colonel Molly Pitcher", the only woman so honored.
After the Revolutionary war, William McClure and Mary lived in Washington County, Va, on a very rocky farm near the salt mines. They had 10 children. William farmed and worked in the salt mines. Farming was difficult--War taxes were high. William tried the salt mines, but being constantly wet gave him rheumatism. He had spent much time as a soldier but was too old to enlist, but could go in as a substitute for another man. When Col. William Huston came along in the fall of 1814, William went in as a substitute for a man whose name is not remembered. This company went to Norfolk, Virginia Many of the men were killed in this battle and lie buried in the sand. There is a monument erected to honor the unknown dead of that battle. "

per Mrs. L. N. Taylor:
"William McClure was born in PA in 1761. He was a soldier of the Revolution the last four years, coming out at the age of 20 years when the war closed. He married Mary Shields of PA whose father John and two of her brothers were also Revolutionary soldiers. They went to Washington County, Virginia when the war of 1812 came on, William being a soldier and too old for service in his own name, went in as a substitute for some other man. Grandpa said he was wounded at Norfolk, Virginia and died there, but Aunt Neatie said her mother told her that he was taken on a boat at Norfolk for service and never returned. His wife Mary with her small children left Virginia for Leesburg, TN in 1814. They had a son-in-law, Polly's husband, Philip Minton in the war of 1812, also. Later Mary married Dr. Surber of Virginia and in 1821came to Pulaski County, KY. Mary and William had ten children. Mary was buried at the Old Bill Higgins cemetery at Pulaski KY where Bob Surber now lives."


Last Edited=28 May 2006

Citations

  1. [S469] Unknown author, McClure-Hubbell and Related Families.
  2. [S476] Mrs. L. N. Taylor, Mrs. L. N. Taylor's personal papers.
  3. [S104] “unknown date 1880 United States Federal Census,” CD, The 1880 US Census & National Index , Buncombe, Pulaski County, KY supports that he was b. PA..
  4. [S538] Unknown author, Pulaski County KY USGENWEB, S306] Unknown author, Family Data Collection - Individual Records.
  5. [S337] Unknown author, Grave Marker.

Robert McClure

M, #126
Robert McClure||p5.htm#i126|William McClure|b. 1747\nd. 1785|p68.htm#i2025|Jean Trimble|b. c 1748|p68.htm#i2024|Samuel McClure|b. 1722\nd. 1779|p68.htm#i2028|Mary Kelso||p68.htm#i2022|James Trimble||p68.htm#i2023|Jane Kersey||p68.htm#i2026|
     Robert McClure was the son of William McClure and Jean Trimble. Robert McClure Left PA for MS and was never heard from again.

Last Edited=28 May 2006

Mary Shields1

F, #127, b. 1775, d. 16 November 1844
Mary Shields|b. 1775\nd. 16 Nov 1844|p5.htm#i127|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|||||||||||||
     Mary Shields was born in 1775 at Pennsylvania.2 She was the daughter of John Shields and Jane Hagerman.2,3 Mary Shields married William McClure, son of William McClure and Jean Trimble, on 12 September 1789 at Augusta County, Virginia; Mary's mother Jane Shields, a widow, gave consent. They were married by Rev. Peter Waddle, the blind preacher. Mary was only 14 when married. As of 12 September 1789,her married name was McClure. Mary Shields was only 14 when she married.
After William's death in 1814, Mary took her small children and walked to Leesburg, TN. As she walked south she met an army officer on horse back. He said to her, "Where are you going my good woman?" She replied, "With God's help and my two strong legs, I hope to reach my people in TN." Some of her brothers had settled near Leesburg. Her brother Barney (131) was a slave trader. He became wealthy and built the first brick house in his home County.

Mary Shields later married Dr. Adam Surber. John, her youngest son, was apprenticed to learn the tailor's trade for 3 years. In 1821 they came to Pulaski County, KY, and settled on the Old Dobbs place just east of Pulaski Station, near where Mary is buried in the old Higgins Cemetery. She died about 1845.

per Mrs. L. N. Taylor: Mattie Bryant Bastin, Science Hill, KY, has Great Grand Mother Mary Shields' Holland Bible which her mother, Jane Hagerman left. That bible is all in Holland Dutch. There are also some names written in Dutch Script. She married Dr. Adam Surber on 10 October 1822 at Washington County, Tennessee.4 As of 10 October 1822,her married name was Surber. Mary Shields died on 16 November 1844 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.3 She was buried at Old Higgins Cemetery, Pulaski County, Kentucky.5,1

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Citations

  1. [S469] Unknown author, McClure-Hubbell and Related Families.
  2. [S104] “unknown date 1880 United States Federal Census,” CD, The 1880 US Census & National Index , Buncombe, Pulaski County, KY.
  3. [S456] Martha Sue Batt < and msbatt at aol dot com>, Martha Sue Batt, Jun 15, 2002, McClure-Hubble Family Reunion.
  4. [S548] Unknown author, Rick Carpenter mailto://gra_jrc@ shsu.edu, The bondsman for this marriage was Joseph SHIELDS.
  5. [S476] Mrs. L. N. Taylor, Mrs. L. N. Taylor's personal papers.
  6. [S538] Unknown author, Pulaski County KY USGENWEB, S306] Unknown author, Family Data Collection - Individual Records.
  7. [S337] Unknown author, Grave Marker.

Jane Hagerman

F, #128
     Jane Hagerman was born at Holland.1 Her married name was Shields. She married John Shields.1 Per Mrs. L. N. Taylor: "Jane Shields, a widow, gave her consent for William McClure to marry her
daughter Mary in Augusta County, Virginia
Jane was of Holland ancestry, though her mother had been an English woman, whose family, with others, had fled to Holland for religious Freedom.
The Hagermans had come from Old Amsterdam (Holland) to New Amsterdam
(Dutch NY). Adrion Hagerman came to America in 1651 and is most
probably Jane's ancestor.
Jane belonged to the Dutch Reformed Church and descendents have her Dutch bible and her camphor bottle."
     

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Citations

  1. [S476] Mrs. L. N. Taylor, Mrs. L. N. Taylor's personal papers.
  2. [S104] “unknown date 1880 United States Federal Census,” CD, The 1880 US Census & National Index , Buncombe, Pulaski County, KY.
  3. [S456] Martha Sue Batt < and msbatt at aol dot com>, Martha Sue Batt, Jun 15, 2002, McClure-Hubble Family Reunion.

John Shields

M, #129, d. 19 January 1779
     John Shields married Jane Hagerman.1 John Shields died on 19 January 1779 at Monmouth, New Jersey. John Shields was a New England Yankee, who fought under Ethan Allen and was called a "Green Mountain Boy". He was of Irish ancestry. He enlisted for service in the Revolution from Berks County, Pa.
During the battle at Monmouth, NJ, on June 28th, 1778, John saw Molly Stark carry a pitcher of cider to her husband, John. When John Stark fell wounded, she at once took over the cannon and loaded and fired until the enemy was repulsed. Congress later made her a Colonel for her bravery. She was known as "Colonel Molly Pitcher," the only woman so honored.

John Shields died Jan 19, 1779 from wounds received in the battle at Monmouth, NJ on June 28, 1778.

per Mrs. L. N. Taylor: "John Shields soldier of the Revolution, perhaps from PA. He had two sons in the Revolution also. One starved to death before he could get home. The Shields were called Yankeys."

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Citations

  1. [S476] Mrs. L. N. Taylor, Mrs. L. N. Taylor's personal papers.
  2. [S104] “unknown date 1880 United States Federal Census,” CD, The 1880 US Census & National Index , Buncombe, Pulaski County, KY.
  3. [S456] Martha Sue Batt < and msbatt at aol dot com>, Martha Sue Batt, Jun 15, 2002, McClure-Hubble Family Reunion.

William Shields

M, #130
William Shields||p5.htm#i130|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|||||||||||||
     William Shields was the son of John Shields and Jane Hagerman.

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Barney Shields

M, #131
Barney Shields||p5.htm#i131|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|||||||||||||
     Barney Shields was the son of John Shields and Jane Hagerman. Barney Shields settled near Leesburg, TN.

per Mrs. L. N. Taylor: Barney was a slave trader. He built the first brick house in his home County in TN at Leesburg, Washington County, Tennessee.

Last Edited=2 Jun 2006

Henry Shields

M, #132
Henry Shields||p5.htm#i132|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|||||||||||||
     Henry Shields was the son of John Shields and Jane Hagerman.

Last Edited=15 May 2006

David Shields

M, #133
David Shields||p5.htm#i133|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|||||||||||||
     David Shields was the son of John Shields and Jane Hagerman.

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Bernice Fay Mayfield

F, #134, b. 13 March 1918, d. 15 January 2002
Bernice Fay Mayfield|b. 13 Mar 1918\nd. 15 Jan 2002|p5.htm#i134|Charles Shields Mayfield|b. 31 May 1886\nd. 22 Nov 1964|p2.htm#i46|Jennie Edith Clifton|b. 27 Sep 1886\nd. 5 Oct 1967|p2.htm#i56|Zachariah T. Mayfield|b. 19 Feb 1847\nd. 6 Dec 1902|p1.htm#i13|Eliza M. McClure|b. 5 Feb 1849\nd. 4 Feb 1922|p1.htm#i2|Samuel D. Clifton|b. 5 Mar 1850\nd. 30 Jan 1940|p24.htm#i700|Ida M. Clothier|b. 30 Aug 1855\nd. 9 Aug 1898|p24.htm#i701|
Bernice Mayfield Wells
     Bernice Fay Mayfield was born on 13 March 1918 at Stafford County, Kansas.1 She was the daughter of Charles Shields Mayfield and Jennie Edith Clifton.1 Bernice Fay Mayfield appeared on the census of 1 January 1920 in the household of Charles Shields Mayfield and Jennie Edith Clifton at Dodge, Ford County, Kansas.2 Bernice Fay Mayfield appeared on the census of 1 April 1930 in the household of Charles Shields Mayfield and Jennie Edith Clifton at Ford Township, Ford County, Kansas.3 Her Social Security Number was 402-07-8525.1 Her SSN was issued at Kentucky.1 As of 14 February 1948,her married name was Wells.4 Bernice Fay Mayfield married Sidney Miles Wells on 14 February 1948 at Selma, California.4 Bernice Fay Mayfield and Sidney Miles Wells lived in and around Fresno, California and raised their sons there at Fresno, California. Bernice Fay Mayfield died on 15 January 2002 at Selma, Fresno, California, at age 83.1 WELLS, BERNICE FAE-MAY FIELD -- Memorial services for Bernice Fae-May Field Wells, 83, of Fresno will be at 3 P.M. Sunday at Stephens & Bean Chapel. Mrs. Wells, an executive secretary at Stephens Investments, died Tuesday. Her Cremation was at Fresno, California.

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Citations

  1. [S567] United States Social Security Administration, Master File, Social Security Death Index, Database.
  2. [S137] Unknown date 1920 United States Census, unknown location, unknown record type, Roll: T625_532, Page: 5B, ED: 57, Image: 360
    1920 US Census:.
  3. [S140] Unknown author, 1930 U S. Census, Database: 1930 United States Federal Census
    Viewing records 1-10 of 12
    March 28, 2003
    12:36 AM
    Mayfield, Charles S
    Age: 42 Year: 1930
    Birthplace: KY Roll: T626_702
    Race: White Page: 2A
    State: KS ED: 14
    County: Ford Image: 0883
    Township: Ford
    Relationship: Head.
  4. [S618] Unknown author, Wedding Invitation.

Joseph Shields

M, #135
Joseph Shields||p5.htm#i135|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|||||||||||||
     Joseph Shields was the son of John Shields and Jane Hagerman.

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Jemima Shields

F, #136
Jemima Shields||p5.htm#i136|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|||||||||||||
     Jemima Shields was the daughter of John Shields and Jane Hagerman. Her married name was Thompson. Jemima Shields married John Thompson at Tennessee.

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Mary McClure

F, #137
Mary McClure||p5.htm#i137|William McClure|b. 1761\nd. 1814|p5.htm#i125|Mary Shields|b. 1775\nd. 16 Nov 1844|p5.htm#i127|William McClure|b. 1747\nd. 1785|p68.htm#i2025|Jean Trimble|b. c 1748|p68.htm#i2024|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|
     Mary McClure was the daughter of William McClure and Mary Shields. Mary McClure lived near Hustonville. Her married name was Minton. Mary McClure was also known as Polly. She married Philip Minton.

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Elizabeth McClure1

F, #138
Elizabeth McClure||p5.htm#i138|William McClure|b. 1761\nd. 1814|p5.htm#i125|Mary Shields|b. 1775\nd. 16 Nov 1844|p5.htm#i127|William McClure|b. 1747\nd. 1785|p68.htm#i2025|Jean Trimble|b. c 1748|p68.htm#i2024|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|
     Elizabeth McClure was the daughter of William McClure and Mary Shields. Elizabeth McClure lived in Pulaski County, Kentucky. Her married name was Minton. Elizabeth McClure was also known as Betty.

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Citations

  1. [S476] Mrs. L. N. Taylor, Mrs. L. N. Taylor's personal papers.

Jemima McClure

F, #139
Jemima McClure||p5.htm#i139|William McClure|b. 1761\nd. 1814|p5.htm#i125|Mary Shields|b. 1775\nd. 16 Nov 1844|p5.htm#i127|William McClure|b. 1747\nd. 1785|p68.htm#i2025|Jean Trimble|b. c 1748|p68.htm#i2024|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|
     Jemima McClure was the daughter of William McClure and Mary Shields. Jemima McClure lived in TN. Her married name was Collins.

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Sally McClure

F, #140, b. before 1810
Sally McClure|b. b 1810|p5.htm#i140|William McClure|b. 1761\nd. 1814|p5.htm#i125|Mary Shields|b. 1775\nd. 16 Nov 1844|p5.htm#i127|William McClure|b. 1747\nd. 1785|p68.htm#i2025|Jean Trimble|b. c 1748|p68.htm#i2024|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|
     Sally McClure was born before 1810. She was the daughter of William McClure and Mary Shields. Sally McClure married William Bryant on 5 October 1830 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.1 As of 5 October 1830,her married name was Mrs. Bryant. Sally McClure lived in Pulaski County.
per Mrs. L. N. Taylor, Sallie died at age about 100.

Last Edited=2 Jun 2006

Citations

  1. [S539] Pulaski County Historical Society, Marriages KY PulaskiCo 1799-1850, surety: Wm. Baugh. Groom made oath to his age and Surety to bride's age.; 17.

Jane McClure

F, #141
Jane McClure||p5.htm#i141|William McClure|b. 1761\nd. 1814|p5.htm#i125|Mary Shields|b. 1775\nd. 16 Nov 1844|p5.htm#i127|William McClure|b. 1747\nd. 1785|p68.htm#i2025|Jean Trimble|b. c 1748|p68.htm#i2024|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|
     Jane McClure was the daughter of William McClure and Mary Shields. Her married name was Mitchell.

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Louisa Viletha McClure

F, #142, b. 13 April 1803
Louisa Viletha McClure|b. 13 Apr 1803|p5.htm#i142|William McClure|b. 1761\nd. 1814|p5.htm#i125|Mary Shields|b. 1775\nd. 16 Nov 1844|p5.htm#i127|William McClure|b. 1747\nd. 1785|p68.htm#i2025|Jean Trimble|b. c 1748|p68.htm#i2024|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|
     Louisa Viletha McClure m Adam Surber--Green Lees parents. Her married name was Surber. She married Adam Surber. Louisa Viletha McClure was born on 13 April 1803.1 She was the daughter of William McClure and Mary Shields.1

Last Edited=3 Jun 2006

William McClure

M, #144
William McClure||p5.htm#i144|William McClure|b. 1761\nd. 1814|p5.htm#i125|Mary Shields|b. 1775\nd. 16 Nov 1844|p5.htm#i127|William McClure|b. 1747\nd. 1785|p68.htm#i2025|Jean Trimble|b. c 1748|p68.htm#i2024|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|
     William McClure was the son of William McClure and Mary Shields. William McClure m Eliz List--Bennett and Martha Aker. He married (?) Bennett. William McClure married Margaret Aker on 24 May 1842 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.1

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Citations

  1. [S539] Pulaski County Historical Society, Marriages KY PulaskiCo 1799-1850, Surety: John Aker, Jr.; pg 92..

Fred Shields Mayfield

M, #145, b. 5 February 1920, d. 1 May 2005
Fred Shields Mayfield|b. 5 Feb 1920\nd. 1 May 2005|p5.htm#i145|Charles Shields Mayfield|b. 31 May 1886\nd. 22 Nov 1964|p2.htm#i46|Jennie Edith Clifton|b. 27 Sep 1886\nd. 5 Oct 1967|p2.htm#i56|Zachariah T. Mayfield|b. 19 Feb 1847\nd. 6 Dec 1902|p1.htm#i13|Eliza M. McClure|b. 5 Feb 1849\nd. 4 Feb 1922|p1.htm#i2|Samuel D. Clifton|b. 5 Mar 1850\nd. 30 Jan 1940|p24.htm#i700|Ida M. Clothier|b. 30 Aug 1855\nd. 9 Aug 1898|p24.htm#i701|
     Fred Shields Mayfield was born on 5 February 1920 at Dodge City, Ford County, Kansas.2 He was the son of Charles Shields Mayfield and Jennie Edith Clifton.1 Fred Shields Mayfield appeared on the census of 1 April 1930 in the household of Charles Shields Mayfield and Jennie Edith Clifton at Ford Township, Ford County, Kansas.3 His Social Security Number was 404-18-0615 issued in Kentucky.2 Fred Shields Mayfield died on 1 May 2005 at Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo County, California, at age 85.2,4 He died on 1 May 2005 at Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo County, California, at age 85.1 He Fred served in the Pacific during WWII.
Fred raised his family in Morro Bay, California
Fred was plant manager at a PG&E generating station in Morro Bay

Obituary      
Fred Mayfield               
Fred Shields Mayfield died at his home, Wednesday, May 4, 2005.

Last Edited=3 Jun 2006

Citations

  1. [S251] Unknown author, Dennis Ricken.
  2. [S567] United States Social Security Administration, Master File, Social Security Death Index, Database.
  3. [S140] Unknown author, 1930 U S. Census, Database: 1930 United States Federal Census
    Viewing records 1-10 of 12
    March 28, 2003
    12:36 AM
    Mayfield, Charles S
    Age: 42 Year: 1930
    Birthplace: KY Roll: T626_702
    Race: White Page: 2A
    State: KS ED: 14
    County: Ford Image: 0883
    Township: Ford
    Relationship: Head.
  4. [S318] Unknown author, Funeral Service Program, Benedict-Rettey Chapel, May 4th 2005
    Pallbearers: Brand Mayfield, Jared Mayfield, Sean Mayfield, Dean Ricken, Dennis Ricken, Tim Mayfield
    Honorary Pallbearers: Adam Mayfield, Ash Wendt.

David McClure

M, #146
David McClure||p5.htm#i146|William McClure|b. 1761\nd. 1814|p5.htm#i125|Mary Shields|b. 1775\nd. 16 Nov 1844|p5.htm#i127|William McClure|b. 1747\nd. 1785|p68.htm#i2025|Jean Trimble|b. c 1748|p68.htm#i2024|John Shields|d. 19 Jan 1779|p5.htm#i129|Jane Hagerman||p5.htm#i128|
     David McClure was the son of William McClure and Mary Shields. David McClure married Vina Lewis on 16 December 1833 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.1

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Citations

  1. [S539] Pulaski County Historical Society, Marriages KY PulaskiCo 1799-1850, Bride registered as HUBBLE, Levina
    Surety: Job Lewis,
    Consent: Mary Surber, grandmother.
    Witness: Lee Hubble, Conrad Starnes, also stepfather (not named); 92.

Madison Green McClure1

M, #147, b. 18 November 1832, d. 9 May 1920
Madison Green McClure|b. 18 Nov 1832\nd. 9 May 1920|p5.htm#i147|John Shields McClure|b. 1 Mar 1811\nd. 30 Jul 1907|p26.htm#i765|Eliza Margaret Hubbell|b. 28 Apr 1813\nd. 15 Mar 1896|p29.htm#i841|William McClure|b. 1761\nd. 1814|p5.htm#i125|Mary Shields|b. 1775\nd. 16 Nov 1844|p5.htm#i127|Levi Hubbell|b. 25 Jan 1776\nd. 28 Jul 1851|p6.htm#i164|Mary J. Buchanan|b. 4 May 1780\nd. 1 Mar 1867|p6.htm#i176|
     Madison Green McClure was born on 18 November 1832 at Kentucky.2,3,4,6 He was the son of John Shields McClure and Eliza Margaret Hubbell.2,3,4,5 Madison Green McClure was a Tanner and Farmer. He lived in 1850 at Division 2, Pulaski County, Kentucky.7 He married Mahala Surber, daughter of Isaac Surber and (?) Orpha, on 22 February 1855 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.2,6 Madison Green McClure lived in 1870 at Tates Precinct, Casey County, Kentucky.8 Madison Green McClure was also known as G M Mccluer.8 He and Mahala Surber appeared on the census of 1880 at Mintonville, Casey County, Kentucky.9 Madison Green McClure and Mahala Surber appeared on the census of 1900 at Tates, Casey County, Kentucky.10 Madison Green McClure and Mahala Surber appeared on the census of 1910 at Tate, Casey County, Kentucky.11 Madison Green McClure and Mahala Surber appeared on the census of 28 January 1920 at Tate, Casey County, Kentucky.12 Madison Green McClure died on 9 May 1920 at Mintonville, Casey County, Kentucky, at age 87.13,5,6

Last Edited=7 Dec 2007

Children of Madison Green McClure and Mahala Surber

Citations

  1. [S469] Unknown author, McClure-Hubbell and Related Families.
  2. [S589] Mrs. L. N. (Ella Mayfield) Taylor, The McClure Clan 1950.
  3. [S104] “unknown date 1880 United States Federal Census,” CD, The 1880 US Census & National Index .
  4. [S138] “1920 1920 United States Federal Census,” Generations Network.
  5. [S468] George E. Riggins & Martha Sue Batt, McClure - Hubbell Family Directory, 1.
  6. [S668] Bible of J. S. and Margaret McClure.
  7. [S51] “1 Jun 1850 1850 United States Federal Census,” Ancestry.com.
  8. [S88] Unknown date 1870 United States Federal Census, Provo, Utah, population schedule.
  9. [S109] Unknown author, 1880 United States Federal Census,      Census Place:     E.D. 20, Casey, KY
         Source:     FHL Film 1254408 National Archives Film T9-0408 Page 697B.
  10. [S113] Unknown author, 1900 United States Federal Census, Name: Madison Mcclure
    Home in 1900: Tates, Casey, Kentucky
    Age: 67
    Estimated birth year: abt 1833
    Birthplace: Kentucky
    Race: White
    Relationship to head-of-house: Head
    Image source: Year: 1900; Census Place: Tates, Casey, Kentucky; Roll: T623 514; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 21.
    Ancestry.com. 1900 U.S. Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004. Original data: United States. 1900 United States Federal Census. T623, 1854 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
  11. [S124] Unknown author, 1910 United States Federal Census, Name: Madison G Mcclure
    Age in 1910: 77
    Estimated birth year: abt 1833
    Birthplace: Kentucky
    Home in 1910: Tate, Casey, Kentucky
    Race: White
    Gender: Male
    Image Source: Year: 1910; Census Place: Tate, Casey, Kentucky; Series: T624; Roll: 470; Page: 169A; Enumeration District: 38; Part: 1; Line: 4.
    Ancestry.com. 1910 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004. Indexed by ProQuest from microfilmed schedules of the 1910 U.S. Federal Decennial Census. Data imaged from National Archives and Records Administration. 1910 Federal Population Census. T624, 1,784 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration.
  12. [S138] “1920 1920 United States Federal Census,” Generations Network, Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census. [database on-line] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001-. Indexed by Ancestry.com from microfilmed schedules of the 1920 U.S. Federal Decennial Census.1920 United States Federal Census. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001. Data imaged from National Archives and Records Administration. 1920 Federal Population Census. T625, 2,076 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration..
  13. [S399] Unknown author, KY Death Index, 1911-2000.
  14. [S124] Unknown author, 1910 United States Federal Census.
  15. [S143] Unknown author, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  16. [S337] Unknown author, Grave Marker.
  17. [S113] Unknown author, 1900 United States Federal Census.

Levi Nelson McClure1,2

M, #148, b. 27 June 1834, d. 25 March 1920
Levi Nelson McClure|b. 27 Jun 1834\nd. 25 Mar 1920|p5.htm#i148|John Shields McClure|b. 1 Mar 1811\nd. 30 Jul 1907|p26.htm#i765|Eliza Margaret Hubbell|b. 28 Apr 1813\nd. 15 Mar 1896|p29.htm#i841|William McClure|b. 1761\nd. 1814|p5.htm#i125|Mary Shields|b. 1775\nd. 16 Nov 1844|p5.htm#i127|Levi Hubbell|b. 25 Jan 1776\nd. 28 Jul 1851|p6.htm#i164|Mary J. Buchanan|b. 4 May 1780\nd. 1 Mar 1867|p6.htm#i176|
     Levi Nelson McClure was born on 27 June 1834 at Putnam, Kentucky.2 He was born on 27 June 1834 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.5 He was the son of John Shields McClure and Eliza Margaret Hubbell.3,4 Levi Nelson McClure lived in 1850 at Division 2, Pulaski County, Kentucky.6 He was a Farmer. He married Susan Eubanks, daughter of James Eubanks and Mary Ann Floyd, on 8 December 1853 at Kentucky.4,5 Levi Nelson McClure and Susan Eubanks appeared on the census of 1 June 1860 at District 1, Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky.7 Levi Nelson McClure and Susan Eubanks appeared on the census of 1910 at Montgomery Twp, Owen County, Indiana.8 Levi Nelson McClure and Susan Eubanks appeared on the census of 1920 at Montgomery Twp, Owen County, Kentucky.9 Levi Nelson McClure died on 25 March 1920 at Cuba, Owen County, Indiana, at age 85.5,3,4

Last Edited=3 Jun 2006

Children of Levi Nelson McClure and Susan Eubanks

Citations

  1. [S469] Unknown author, McClure-Hubbell and Related Families.
  2. [S306] Unknown author, Family Data Collection - Individual Records.
  3. [S589] Mrs. L. N. (Ella Mayfield) Taylor, The McClure Clan 1950.
  4. [S262] Unknown author, Doris Stone.
  5. [S668] Bible of J. S. and Margaret McClure.
  6. [S51] “1 Jun 1850 1850 United States Federal Census,” Ancestry.com.
  7. [S75] 1 Jun 1860 1860 United States Federal Census, North Carolina, Johnston County, population schedule.
  8. [S124] Unknown author, 1910 United States Federal Census.
  9. [S138] “1920 1920 United States Federal Census,” Generations Network.
  10. [S524] Pulaski County Historical Society, Pulaski County KY Vital Statistics, 65.
  11. [S524] Pulaski County Historical Society, Pulaski County KY Vital Statistics, 245.
  12. [S524] Pulaski County Historical Society, Pulaski County KY Vital Statistics, 90.

Mary Jane McClure1,2

F, #149, b. 31 May 1837, d. 3 April 1922
Mary Jane McClure|b. 31 May 1837\nd. 3 Apr 1922|p5.htm#i149|John Shields McClure|b. 1 Mar 1811\nd. 30 Jul 1907|p26.htm#i765|Eliza Margaret Hubbell|b. 28 Apr 1813\nd. 15 Mar 1896|p29.htm#i841|William McClure|b. 1761\nd. 1814|p5.htm#i125|Mary Shields|b. 1775\nd. 16 Nov 1844|p5.htm#i127|Levi Hubbell|b. 25 Jan 1776\nd. 28 Jul 1851|p6.htm#i164|Mary J. Buchanan|b. 4 May 1780\nd. 1 Mar 1867|p6.htm#i176|
     Mary Jane McClure was born on 31 May 1837 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.3,1,2 She was the daughter of John Shields McClure and Eliza Margaret Hubbell.1 Mary Jane McClure married Davidson Eubanks, son of James Eubanks, on 18 January 1855 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.4,5,3 As of 18 January 1855,her married name was Mrs. Eubanks. Mary Jane McClure lived on 29 July 1921 at Moreland, Kentucky. From The Somerset Journal, The Oldest Democratic Newspaper in the Mountains of KY, Somerset, KY., Friday, July 29, 1921.

Mrs. Mary J. Eubank, Moreland, Mrs. Nettie Johnson, Burnside, and Mrs. R.M.
Mayfield, Pulaski, all sisters, daughters of the late J.S. McClure, are
visiting Mrs. M.B. Dungan and Mrs. Mary Carr. The oldest of the sisters is
84 years. She died on 3 April 1922 at age 84.1,6

Last Edited=28 May 2006

Children of Mary Jane McClure and Davidson Eubanks

Citations

  1. [S469] Unknown author, McClure-Hubbell and Related Families.
  2. [S540] Interview, Organized 1929 THE JOHN SHIELDS McCLURE CLAN.
  3. [S668] Bible of J. S. and Margaret McClure.
  4. [S537] Unknown author, Pulaski County KY Marriages, 18 Jan 1854 Davidson Eubanks 19 S PC PC
    Mary McClure 18 S PC PC
    ; VITAL STATS: 1854 Marriages - Pulaski County, KY.
  5. [S537] Unknown author, Pulaski County KY Marriages,
    Jan Daverson Ewbanks 19 S Lincoln County, KY Lincoln County, KY
    Mary Jane Mclur 18 S Briery Cr. Briey Cr.
    ; VITAL STATS: 1855 Marriages - Pulaski County, KY.
  6. [S668] Bible of J. S. and Margaret McClure, b 4/28/1813, d. 3/18/1896.
  7. [S524] Pulaski County Historical Society, Pulaski County KY Vital Statistics, 64.
  8. [S524] Pulaski County Historical Society, Pulaski County KY Vital Statistics, 89.
  9. [S540] Interview, Organized 1929 THE JOHN SHIELDS McCLURE CLAN, Minnie Eubanks Adams, submitter.

Sarah Emery McClure1,2

F, #150, b. 31 December 1838, d. 9 December 1894
Sarah Emery McClure|b. 31 Dec 1838\nd. 9 Dec 1894|p5.htm#i150|John Shields McClure|b. 1 Mar 1811\nd. 30 Jul 1907|p26.htm#i765|Eliza Margaret Hubbell|b. 28 Apr 1813\nd. 15 Mar 1896|p29.htm#i841|William McClure|b. 1761\nd. 1814|p5.htm#i125|Mary Shields|b. 1775\nd. 16 Nov 1844|p5.htm#i127|Levi Hubbell|b. 25 Jan 1776\nd. 28 Jul 1851|p6.htm#i164|Mary J. Buchanan|b. 4 May 1780\nd. 1 Mar 1867|p6.htm#i176|
     Sarah Emery McClure was born on 31 December 1838.1,2 She was the daughter of John Shields McClure and Eliza Margaret Hubbell.1 Sarah Emery McClure married Washington Reid; five girls born to this marriage.3,2 Her married name was Reid. Sarah Emery McClure was Teacher. She appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of John Shields McClure and Eliza Margaret Hubbell at District 1, Pulaski County, Kentucky, (Sarah Mcclure      22).4 Sarah Emery McClure died on 9 December 1894 at age 55.2

Last Edited=3 Jun 2006

Citations

  1. [S469] Unknown author, McClure-Hubbell and Related Families.
  2. [S668] Bible of J. S. and Margaret McClure.
  3. [S589] Mrs. L. N. (Ella Mayfield) Taylor, The McClure Clan 1950.
  4. [S75] 1 Jun 1860 1860 United States Federal Census, North Carolina, Johnston County, population schedule.
 
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