We are the McClung Family Association. At this time there are no dues and no assets. Just
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Later we will ask each of you to give some information about yourselves that you wouldn't
mind if we post. We will send that information to you.
THE McCLUNG DATABASEFrom the McClung Family Journal and more recent records
The McClung Association was formed in 1973 and began publishing source materials on the name
at that time. This page is an index to these materials. We have only posted about a third
of the records that were published earlier.
McCLUNG FAMILY LINEAGES
UNITED STATES McCLUNG LINEAGES:The PA/VA McClungs
The descendants of James McClung. Listed in McC Gen (1904) pages 9-137
The descendants of the McClungs listed in the genealogy published in 1904 by Rev. William
McClung (pp 137-206) have tried to update and improve their record. We are still working
GENERAL INDEX TO GA, SC, AL
SPOUSE INDEX TO GA, SC, AL
This section was originally on pages 221-227 of the McClung Genealogy, 1904. If you have
information on any of these families to bring down to the 6th generation, please write.
This section was originally on pages 230-1 of the McClung Genealogy, 1904. This also includes
the Texas McClungs as given earlier.
This section was originally on pages 227-8 in the McClung Genealogy, 1904. Also included
in this listing is the Hugh McClung line as given on page 111, McC Gen.(1904).
This section was originally on pages 206-213 of the McClung Genealogy, 1904. H. Randy
McClung has compiled records from Association members and it was published in Journals 30
and 31 in 1996-7. If you have any additions or corrections, please write.
This section was originally on page 257 McClung Genealogy, 1904.
This group was originally on page 213, McClung Genealogy, 1904. It is being updated
Lost Limbs of the American family tree.
SCOTLAND McCLUNGSThe Manchester, England McClungs probably from Scotland
We want our record to be more than just the dates and places where our ancestors were born
and died. Look at the record for your family in whichever file, and see what you can do
to improve it. Think about it. Can you give information:
Since we have the main outline of the family lines, we now need to give it life. We do not
want to write a book about each individual, but a few paragraphs about the important things
in each life. . . maybe a story about that person that reflects the character or the times
when he/she lived. If the life story was written up for a county history, we would want to
You can e-mail me at Judith McClung if you have corrections or additions to our record.
Page begun 10 July 1999
This Page Updated 23 Sep 2004
Hit Box added
Last updated by Judith McClung
Individual Files updated continuously