Generation No. 1
This file comes from Norma and Wilson League
You may notice that the lineage of Mary Polly differs from mine. My lineage goes
1. Mary "Polly"4 Wallace (William3, James2, William1)1 was born 29 Sep 1774
in Blount Co., TN, and died 18 Apr 1856 in Cane Hill, Washington Co., AR1.
She married Col. John McClellan1 01 Apr 1793 in Knox Co., TN2, son of William
McClellan and Barbara Walker. He was born 23 Dec 1768 in Washington Co., NC3,
and died 15 Nov 1842 in Boonsboro (Cane Hill), Washington Co., AR3.
Notes for Mary "Polly" Wallace:
A brother of Mary Wallace, Matthew, 1st married Mary Houston, sister of Sam
Houston. Sam and William McClellan, Sr. became great friends and
comrade-at-arms, serving in the War of 1812 together.
Notes for Col. John McClellan:
John McClellan was listed in the Sullivan Co., TN tax lists in 1796 next to
Abram McClellan. Sullivan Co., second oldest county in Tennessee, was created
out of the northern part of Washington Co. of North Carolina in 1779. It also
included the portion of NC western claim, lying north and west of the Holston
River, which had been considered a part of VA since 1771.
"Kings Mountain Men", by K.K. White notes that John McClellan was a
Lieutenant and served under Shelby at the Battle of Kings Mountain, and in
1790 was sent to Southwest Point Station to keep the Indians from molesting
the Cumberland Settlement. "Sevier Family History" states that Capt. John
McClellan commanded the garrison at Southwest Point, the junction of the
Clinch and Tennessee Rivers, in protecting the settlers and travelers from
the Indians. He also served in the War of 1812.
John's name appears on a muster and pay roll of Spies attached to a Brigade
of East TN. His pay for Aug. 25, 1813 to Jan. 1, 1814 was $55.27, which
included monthly pay, $8.00, and allowance to pay for use of his horse for 84
All his children were born in Knox Co., TN. He and his family went down the
Tennessee River in flat boats to Somerville, AL about 1820. Most of the
family later joined Charles McClellan, John's 3rd son, at Cane Hill, AR about
1833. William L. McClellan, John's brother, had arrived at Ft. Smith, AR in
the spring to 1826, and was probably responsible for Charles coming to that
On May 5th, 1840, John was nominated as one of three candidates from AR as
presidential electors, in the Democratic party. The following appeared in an
article in "The Tornado", a weekly newspaper published at Little Rock, during
the political campaign of 1840. Dated Sept. 26, 1840, Number 13. "JOHN
McCLELLAN is an old bear hunter and land surveyor in Washington Co., where
the people know, esteem, and respect him. He has done his country service in
the Indian Wars, and Arkansas will do him the small honor to make him the
elector of the highest officer of the world. He, too, is a good Democrat, and
will go for Van Buren and Johnson."
Taken from "The McClellans and Allied Families", by Bobbie Jones McLane: "An
interesting old graveyard, just south of Cane Hill, is one of the county's
more romantic cemeteries. It is the last resting place of a number of persons
who were born in the 18th centure, most of them emtombed in massive vaults.
It is enclosed by an ornamental iron fence, and contains the dust of veterans
of the Mexican War and the War between the States. It is the last resting
place of pioneer preachers and school teachers."
Buried in the McClellan Cemetery are: The patriarch of the McClellan clan,
John McClellan (1768-1842). He and wife Mary (1774-1856) are buried under
fine old vaults, with engraved end-stones. The cemetery is no longer owned by
the McClellan descendants.
Children of Mary Wallace and John McClellan are:
+ 2 i. Matthew Wallace5 McClellan, born 17 Jul 1795 in Knox Co., TN; died 02
Aug 1872 in Boonsboro (Cane Hill), Washington Co., AR.
+ 3 ii. Gen. William Blount McClellan, born 22 Jan 1798 in Knox Co., TN; died
11 Oct 1881 in Taladega, AL.
+ 4 iii. Barbara Walker McClellan, born 03 Sep 1800 in Knox Co., TN; died 26
Oct 1826 in Tuscumbia, AL.
5 iv. Charles McClung McClellan3, born 03 Aug 1802 in Knox Co., TN; died 22
Jun 1844 in Cane Hill, Washington Co., AR.
Notes for Charles McClung McClellan:
Charles McClung McClellan, was the first of his immediate family to go to AR
in 1830. He was sent to the area to do some surveying around Ft. Smith.
Hearing of the country north of the mountains, he went up to look it over,
and being well pleased, he bought land and brought his parents and some of
his brothers and sisters to the new home.
6 v. Elizabeth Price McClellan3, born 23 Aug 1804 in Knox Co., TN; died 11
Nov 1885 in Boonesboro, AR. She married Ewing W. McClure3; born 19 Oct 1815
in VA; died 17 Aug 1885 in Boonesboro, AR.
Notes for Elizabeth Price McClellan:
Elizabeth came with her father from Alabama, then married Ewing McClure. He
was postmaster in Cane Hill in 1845, and he and White (his brother-in-law)
opened the second store in Cane Hill.
7 vi. Sarah Walker McClellan3, born 04 Dec 1806 in Knoxville, Knox Co., TN;
died 05 Jan 1860 in Boonesboro, AR. She married (1) Judge Charles W. Peters;
died Abt. 1834 in Talladega, AL. She married (2) John Wilson; born Abt. 1798;
died Abt. 1854 in Boonesboro, AR (now called Cane Hill) family cemetery.
Notes for Sarah Walker McClellan:
Sarah also came from Alabama with her father. She married Judge Peters first,
then John Wilson. They had no children, but she raised a niece, Florence
Wilson, and a nephew, Montgomery Wilson, who were her husband's brother's
+ 8 vii. Oliva McClellan, born 17 Feb 1809; died Abt. 1837.
+ 9 viii. Evan White McClellan, born 21 Aug 1811 in Knox Co., TN; died 11 Feb
1881 in Boonesboro, AR.
+ 10 ix. Mary Ann McClellan, born 05 Jan 1817 in Knox Co., TN; died 09 Jun
1879 in Cane Hill, Washington Co., AR.
2. Matthew Wallace5 McClellan (Mary "Polly"4 Wallace, William3, James2,
William1)3 was born 17 Jul 1795 in Knox Co., TN, and died 02 Aug 1872 in
Boonsboro (Cane Hill), Washington Co., AR3. He married Dolly Amanda Campbell3
27 Sep 1814 in Washington, Rhea Co., TN3. She was born Unknown, and died 13
Notes for Matthew Wallace McClellan:
Matthew, called Col. Matt, left Alabama and came to Cane Hill after his
brother Charles and father John, probably after the death of his wife in
1834. He was a Justice of the Peace and performed several marriages as shown
by the records of 1848 in Cane Hill.
Children of Matthew McClellan and Dolly Campbell are:
+ 11 i. Mary Elizabeth6 McClellan, born 27 Jul 1819 in Blount Co., TN; died
09 Aug 1891 in Cane Hill, AR.
12 ii. Caroline Humphreys McClellan3, born 20 Feb 1819.
13 iii. Penelope Barbara McClellan3, born Abt. Mar 1821.
14 iv. John McClellan3, born Abt. 1823.
15 v. Sarah Caroline McClellan3, born 23 Jul 1824.
16 vi. Unnamed McClellan3, born 20 Sep 1826.
+ 17 vii. Harriet Charles McClellan, born 20 Nov 1827; died 18 Jul 1888 in
18 viii. Laura Annie McClellan3, born 19 Feb 1830. She married Dr. William
B. Welch4 22 Oct 1851 in Morgan Co., AL, by Rev. Leroy Harris; born Abt.
1829; died Abt. 1917.
Notes for Dr. William B. Welch:
Dr. Welch was a Regimental Surgeon, Co. K, 34th Ark. Inf. during the Civil
War, at was at the Battle of Prairie Grove.
In an article in "Flashback", Aug. 1961, Ruth Hold Payne said: "He came to AR
as a child with his mother and uncle, Dr. William Welch, for whom he was
named. His uncle, who was a prominent physician himself, cared for him, and
trained him to be a doctor. His uncle founded City Hospital in Fayetteville."
19 ix. Thomas Benton McClellan5, born 31 Jan 1832.
20 x. Dolly McClellan5, born 27 Mar 1834.
Notes for Dolly McClellan:
Dolly was a baby when her mother died, and Mary Lacy, her older sister, took
her into her home and cared for her. She later lived in Fayetteville with her
sister, Mrs. Welch, and then in Cane Hill with her niece, Mrs. Clem
3. Gen. William Blount5 McClellan (Mary "Polly"4 Wallace, William3, James2,
William1)6 was born 22 Jan 1798 in Knox Co., TN, and died 11 Oct 1881 in
Taladega, AL7. He married Martha Thompson Roby8 30 Jun 1825 in Somerville,
Morgan Co., AL, daughter of Marcus Roby and Martha Thompson. She was born 18
Nov 1809 in near Washington, Wilkes Co., GA, and died 20 Jan 1858 in
Notes for Gen. William Blount McClellan:
The country estate of General William B. McClellan, Talladega Co., AL, was
Children of William McClellan and Martha Roby are:
+ 21 i. Alden Partridge6 McClellan, born 06 Jun 1826 in Somerville, AL; died
31 Mar 1882 in Lincoln, AL.
22 ii. Marcus McClellan9, born 16 May 1828.
+ 23 iii. Amanda Olivia McClellan, born 25 Mar 1830 in Somerville, Wilkes
Co., GA; died 23 Mar 1885 in Lincoln, AL.
+ 24 iv. Mary Wallace McClellan, born 09 Mar 1832 in Talladega, AL; died 29
Nov 1890 in Hot Springs, AR.
25 v. John McClellan9, born 26 Feb 1833.
+ 26 vi. Martha Roby McClellan, born 17 Jul 1834 in Talladega, AL; died 21
Jun 1907 in San Saba, TX.
+ 27 vii. Francis Albert McClellan, born 21 Jul 1835 in Talladega, AL; died
08 Mar 1875 in Talladega, AL.
28 viii. Sarah Etheldra McClellan9.
Notes for Sarah Etheldra McClellan:
Sarah never married.
29 ix. William White McClellan9, born 04 Oct 1840; died 12 Sep 1868 in
Petersburg, VA, in the Confederate service..
+ 30 x. Augustus "Gus" Roby McClellan, born 31 Jan 1842 in Talladega, AL;
died 23 Oct 1875 in Talladega, AL.
31 xi. Elizabeth Idora McClellan9, born 31 Oct 1844 in Talladega, AL; died
02 Feb 1929 in Talladega, AL. She married (1) Albert White Plowman 19 Dec
1866 in Talladega, AL; born Abt. 1838; died 17 Oct 1868. She married (2)
Martin Van Buren Moore 14 Mar 1892; born 12 Apr 1837 in Johnson Co., TN; died
01 Sep 1900 in Auburn, AL.
Notes for Elizabeth Idora McClellan:
Elizabeth, known as "Aunt Missie" to the family (she had no children), was
educated at Centenary College, Summerfield, AL, and was graduated in June
1864. After her marriage to Albert, he was very supportive of her writing
talents. He encouraged her to write the dialect sketches for her own and her
friends amusement. Her brother Walter McClellan sensed the fine hunor in her
writings and had her first sketch published in the "Alabama Reporter" of
Talladega. Soon after her first articles appeared in the form of letters she
began writing for the Atlanta Constitution, and at the suggestion of Joel
Chandler Harris (Uncle Remus) she abandoned the letter style and wrote
character sketches, keeping the now popular nom-de-plume of "Betsy Hamilton."
The "Betsy Hamilton" letters might not have been the very beginning of
Cracker dialect writing, but was an advance over anything previously done. At
that time, Joel Chamdler Harris was just beginning to make his reputation and
the lesser known dialect writers had not even appeared in print. Other
editors soon saw the rich humor and local color in her writing, and "Harpers
Weekly" soon published a series of her best sketches.
Thru the efforts of Joel Chandler Harris, Mrs. Moore became acquainted with
Henry Grady, then editor of the Atlanta Constitution. He helped her develop
her talent for impersonation, then helped make it possible for her to begin
her dramatic apearances with a New York Chautauqua performance. She appeared
two seasons there, and frequently at Southern Assemblies and Chautauquas. For
40 years she was a prime favorite with churches, schools, clubs, and other
Notes for Albert White Plowman:
Albert was considered to be a "brilliant" lawyer.
32 xii. Magnolia Vinton McClellan9, born 28 Sep 1847 in Talladega, AL; died
13 Jan 1874 in Talladega, AL. She married Thomas Scales Plowman 08 May 1873
in Talladega, AL; born 08 Jun 1842; died 21 Jul 1919.
Notes for Thomas Scales Plowman:
There were no children of this union. Thomas later married the niece of
Magnolia, Annie Montgomery.
33 xiii. Henry Clay McClellan9, born 25 Jul 1848.
+ 34 xiv. Laura Worth McClellan, born 13 May 1849 in Talladega, AL; died 01
Mar 1896 in Dallas, Dallas Co, TX.
+ 35 xv. Walter Groce McClellan, born 28 May 1852 in Talladega, AL; died 09
Oct 1906 in Atlanta, GA.
+ 36 xvi. John Marcus McClellan, born 14 Mar 1854 in Talladega, AL; died 12
4. Barbara Walker5 McClellan (Mary "Polly"4 Wallace, William3, James2,
William1)9 was born 03 Sep 1800 in Knox Co., TN, and died 26 Oct 1826 in
Tuscumbia, AL. She married John Taylor Rather9, son of Daniel Rather and
Frankey Taylor. He was born 14 Mar 1792 in Prince Edward Co., VA, and died 03
Jan 1881 in Tuscumbia, AL.
Child of Barbara McClellan and John Rather is:
+ 37 i. John Daniel6 Rather, born 07 Jan 1823 in Somerville, AL; died 04 Mar
1910 in Tuscumbia, AL.
8. Oliva5 McClellan (Mary "Polly"4 Wallace, William3, James2, William1)9 was
born 17 Feb 1809, and died Abt. 1837. She married William Harvey Campbell10
1830, son of William Campbell. He was born 08 Apr 1806 in Campbell Sta., Knox
Co., TN, and died 14 May 1889 in Morgan Co., AL.
Child of Oliva McClellan and William Campbell is:
+ 38 i. Thomas J.6 Campbell, born Abt. 1833.
9. Evan White5 McClellan (Mary "Polly"4 Wallace, William3, James2, William1)
11 was born 21 Aug 1811 in Knox Co., TN, and died 11 Feb 1881 in Boonesboro,
AR. He married Sarah Jane Truesdell12 29 Dec 1840 in Hillsboro, AR. She was
born 26 Apr 1823 in Princeton, IN, and died 26 Dec 1905 in Boonesboro, AR.
Notes for Evan White McClellan:
From "Early Settlers of Cane Hill", by Ellen Earle Richardson -- "When the
Truesdell's young daughter, Sarah Jane, was a little less than 15 years old
she and young Mr. Kirby made plans for an elopement, knowing the father would
not consent to his daughter marrying so young. Col. John McClellan's son,
White, and some other young friends were to help the young couple get away.
The young men were to come down the road to the place about where the mill
dam is now, and while some stayed with the horses, others would go toward the
house, near which they were to find the young lady wearing a white dress and
standing under a certain apple tree.
"It so happened that a certain young clerk in the Truesdell store learned of
the plan and thought it was not the right thing to do. Moreover, he had a
liking for the girl himself, so he told the father of the plans and the
father made plans of his own. He locked the girl in her room, and when the
proper time came, wrapped a sheet around himself and went to stand under the
apple tree. The young men came, left some with the horses at the creek, then
the perspective bride groom Kirby and a couple of others crossed and went
toward the house ... and the apple tree. As they approached, one man noticed
that the figure standing there was rather tall ... they took a closer look,
and turned and ran.
"There was no elopement, and to guard against the danger of another attempt,
Mr. Truesdell took the family on a visit to Indiana and left the girl with
her grandmother for a while. She did get married though, after she was more
grownup, and this time the family offered no objections ... and the
bridegroom was White McClellan, one of the friends who had come to the apple
tree to help Sarah Jane run away with another man."
Notes for Sarah Jane Truesdell:
Sarah was educated in Cane Hill. Her father was a man of wealth, but he spent
it helping people and the town. He put up a steam mill. The post office was
called "Steam Mill" for a while, then was "Boonesboro", named for a relative
of Daniel Boone who lived there, then Major Earle named it Cane Hill. Mr.
Trusdell also had a store and tailor shop.
Children of Evan McClellan and Sarah Truesdell are:
39 i. John Truesdell6 McClellan, born 15 Apr 1842.
40 ii. Mary Elizabeth McClellan, born 14 Nov 1843; died Abt. 1864 in
41 iii. Charles McClure McClellan, born 18 Mar 1846.
42 iv. Sarah Ann McClellan, born 16 Oct 1848.
43 v. Samuel Getty McClellan, born 28 Sep 1850; died Abt. 1935 in
Boonesboro, AR. He married Lizzie Cowley; born Abt. 1852; died Abt. 1935 in
44 vi. Ada Carter McClellan, born 25 Oct 1853.
45 vii. William Peters McClellan, born 28 Dec 1856.
46 viii. Lou Parker McCorry McClellan, born 17 May 1858.
47 ix. Laura Campbell McClellan, born 06 Jan 1861.
10. Mary Ann5 McClellan (Mary "Polly"4 Wallace, William3, James2, William1)
13 was born 05 Jan 1817 in Knox Co., TN, and died 09 Jun 1879 in Cane Hill,
Washington Co., AR. She married (1) William Parker McCorry14, son of William
McCorry and Sarah Jones. He died Abt. 1837 in Cane Hill, Washington Co., AR.
She married (2) Thomas Benton Ruble14. He died 08 May 1876.
Notes for William Parker McCorry:
Charles McClellan was named administrator of the estate of William P. McCorry
in the 1837 session of Probate Court, Cane Hill, AR.
Child of Mary McClellan and William McCorry is:
48 i. Sarah6 McCorry14, born 19 Mar 1833; died 11 Nov 1901.
Child of Mary McClellan and Thomas Ruble is:
49 i. John6 Ruble14, born 10 Apr 1852. He married Addie L. Clark14.
11. Mary Elizabeth6 McClellan (Matthew Wallace5, Mary "Polly"4 Wallace,
William3, James2, William1)15 was born 27 Jul 1819 in Blount Co., TN, and
died 09 Aug 1891 in Cane Hill, AR. She married Thomas Henderson Lacy 02 Aug
1834 in AL, son of John Lacy and Mary Henderson. He was born 11 Jun 1806 in
NC, and died 17 Sep 1863 in AR.
Notes for Thomas Henderson Lacy:
The family first moved to Texas, then to Van Buren, AR. Thomas was killed by
Federal soldiers during the Civil War near Van Buren.
Children of Mary McClellan and Thomas Lacy are:
50 i. Martha Ann7 Lacy, born 24 Jun 1835.
51 ii. John McClellan Lacy, born Abt. 1838.
52 iii. Alexander Henderson Lacy, born 28 Jan 1840.
53 iv. Mary Louise Lacy, born 19 Jun 1842.
54 v. Amanda Campbell "Cammie" Lacy, born 11 Jun 1844.
55 vi. Frances "Fannie" Lacy, born Abt. 1847.
56 vii. Theophilus Lacy, born Abt. 1849.
57 viii. Laura Lacy, born Abt. 1851.
58 ix. Alice Lee Lacy, born 12 Jul 1854.
59 x. Ellen Lacy, born Abt. 1856.
60 xi. Annie E. Lacy, born Abt. 1856.
17. Harriet Charles6 McClellan (Matthew Wallace5, Mary "Polly"4 Wallace,
William3, James2, William1)15 was born 20 Nov 1827, and died 18 Jul 1888 in
Cleburne, TX. She married Thomas D. Osborn16 09 Jan 1845.
Children of Harriet McClellan and Thomas Osborn are:
61 i. James D.7 Osborn, born 24 Aug 1845.
62 ii. Martha Caroline Osborn, born 28 Mar 1847.
63 iii. Lansford McClellan Osborn, born 15 Aug 1850.
64 iv. Thomas Herbert Osborn, born 08 Mar 1851.
65 v. John Crutcher Osborn, born 25 Apr 1853.
66 vi. Laura Elizabeth Osborn, born 20 Sep 1855.
67 vii. Harriet Amanda Osborn, born 01 Sep 1858.
68 viii. Mary Etheldra Osborn, born 28 Dec 1862.
21. Alden Partridge6 McClellan (William Blount5, Mary "Polly"4 Wallace,
William3, James2, William1)17 was born 06 Jun 1826 in Somerville, AL, and
died 31 Mar 1882 in Lincoln, AL. He married Harriet Eliza Wood18 07 Apr 1861.
She was born 20 Apr 1847 in Eureka, AL, and died 10 Mar 1905 in Atlanta, GA.
Children of Alden McClellan and Harriet Wood are:
69 i. Nannie Martha7 McClellan, born 08 Oct 1862.
70 ii. Thomas Marcus McClellan, born 17 Apr 1865; died Unknown.
71 iii. William McClellan, born 19 May 1867.
72 iv. Alden Partridge McClellan, Jr., born 12 Apr 1869.
73 v. Walter Blount McClellan, born 07 Jul 1872.
74 vi. Wallace Roby McClellan, born 26 Mar 1876.
75 vii. Arthur Wood McClellan, born 05 Oct 1878.
23. Amanda Olivia6 McClellan (William Blount5, Mary "Polly"4 Wallace,
William3, James2, William1)19 was born 25 Mar 1830 in Somerville, Wilkes Co.,
GA, and died 23 Mar 1885 in Lincoln, AL. She married James Madison Montgomery
19 06 Oct 1847 in Talladega, AL. He was born Abt. Mar 1826 in GA, and died
Feb 1900 in Lincoln, AL.
Children of Amanda McClellan and James Montgomery are:
76 i. Charles Iverson7 Montgomery, born 18 Dec 1849.
77 ii. John Alden Montgomery.
78 iii. Annie Montgomery.
79 iv. James McClellan Montgomery19.
80 v. Eugene Montgomery.
81 vi. William Augustus Montgomery.
82 vii. Frank Montgomery.
83 viii. Wallace Blount Montgomery, born 10 Nov 1867.
24. Mary Wallace6 McClellan (William Blount5, Mary "Polly"4 Wallace, William
3, James2, William1)20 was born 09 Mar 1832 in Talladega, AL, and died 29 Nov
1890 in Hot Springs, AR. She married John Early Jones21 14 Mar 1858 in
Talladega, AL, son of Thomas Jones and Jane Robins. He was born 30 Jul 1824
in Wilkes Co., NC, and died 23 Nov 1892 in Hot Springs, AR.
Children of Mary McClellan and John Jones are:
84 i. Jennie Wallace7 Jones, born 18 Jul 1860.
85 ii. John Early Jones, Jr., born 12 Sep 1863.
86 iii. Edna Roby Jones, born 25 Jun 1869.
87 iv. Elbert Alden Jones, born 09 Dec 1872.
26. Martha Roby6 McClellan (William Blount5, Mary "Polly"4 Wallace, William3
, James2, William1)22 was born 17 Jul 1834 in Talladega, AL, and died 21 Jun
1907 in San Saba, TX. She married Joseph C. Cunningham22. He was born 31 May
1831 in Talladega, AL, and died 07 Sep 1925 in San Saba, TX.
Children of Martha McClellan and Joseph Cunningham are:
88 i. Amanda Story7 Cunningham23, born 31 Aug 1853; died 09 Nov 1907.
89 ii. John Reid Cunningham24, born 15 May 1856 in Talladega, AL; died 18
Jun 1935 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX. He married (1) Florence Edwards24. He
married (2) Mary Ann Eliza Turner25; born 05 Dec 1859 in Talladega, AL; died
18 May 1898 in San Saba, TX.
90 iii. Martha Roby Cunningham26, born 03 Jul 1864 in Talladega, AL; died 09
May 1934. She married Rufus Cobb "Joe" Turner27 16 Dec 1884 in Talladega, AL
27; born 13 Feb 1861 in Talladega, AL.
91 iv. Agnes Lillian Cunningham27, born 25 Dec 1871; died 31 Aug 1885.
92 v. Floss Cunningham28. She married J. P. "Pose" McConnell.
93 vi. Beatrice "Bea" Cunningham28.
27. Francis Albert6 McClellan (William Blount5, Mary "Polly"4 Wallace,
William3, James2, William1)29 was born 21 Jul 1835 in Talladega, AL, and died
08 Mar 1875 in Talladega, AL. He married Florence Bowden30 31 Jan 1869 in
Talladega, AL30. She was born 16 Jun 1845, and died 19 Mar 1902.
Children of Francis McClellan and Florence Bowden are:
94 i. Sarah Chilton7 McClellan30, born 07 Nov 1870.
95 ii. Rose May McClellan30, born 03 Aug 1874.
30. Augustus "Gus" Roby6 McClellan (William Blount5, Mary "Polly"4 Wallace,
William3, James2, William1)31 was born 31 Jan 1842 in Talladega, AL, and died
23 Oct 1875 in Talladega, AL. He married Mary Terry32 13 Feb 1865 in
Notes for Augustus "Gus" Roby McClellan:
Gus made a trip to Arkansas to visit his relatives and while there, fell in
love with his first cousin, Mary McClellan, daughter of Evan White McClellan.
Their fathers were very much against their marriage between them, and he
returned to Alabama, where he later married Mary Terry.
Children of Augustus McClellan and Mary Terry are:
96 i. Alice7 McClellan32.
97 ii. Champness Harry McClellan32, born 03 Jun 1869.
34. Laura Worth6 McClellan (William Blount5, Mary "Polly"4 Wallace, William3
, James2, William1)33 was born 13 May 1849 in Talladega, AL, and died 01 Mar
1896 in Dallas, Dallas Co, TX. She married George Hardin Plowman 10 Sep 1874
in Talladega, AL, son of George Plowman and Agatha Scales. He was born Abt.
1854 in Talladega, AL, and died Abt. 1911 in Dallas, Dallas Co, TX.
Notes for George Hardin Plowman:
George graduated from Harvard, LLD, 1872.
Children of Laura McClellan and George Plowman are:
98 i. Marcus McClellan7 Plowman, born 20 Feb 1876.
99 ii. Daisy Wallace Plowman, born 03 Aug 1882.
100 iii. George Hardin Plowman, Jr., born 07 Dec 1890.
35. Walter Groce6 McClellan (William Blount5, Mary "Polly"4 Wallace, William
3, James2, William1)33 was born 28 May 1852 in Talladega, AL, and died 09 Oct
1906 in Atlanta, GA. He married Ida Osborne34 28 May 1878 in Atlanta, GA.
Children of Walter McClellan and Ida Osborne are:
101 i. Roby7 McClellan, born May 1879.
102 ii. Susan McClellan, born 16 Jun 1881.
103 iii. Malcolm McClellan.
36. John Marcus6 McClellan (William Blount5, Mary "Polly"4 Wallace, William3
, James2, William1)35 was born 14 Mar 1854 in Talladega, AL, and died 12 Jun
1908. He married Marianne "Mamie" Bradford Taul36 05 Mar 1879 in Talladega,
AL at the Presbyterian Church. She was born 30 Nov 1856 in Mardisville,
Talladega Co., AL, and died 02 Mar 1929 in Atlanta, GA.
Children of John McClellan and Marianne Taul are:
104 i. Marianne7 McClellan, born 13 Dec 1879.
105 ii. Taul McClellan, born Abt. 1882.
106 iii. William Blount McClellan, born 08 Dec 1884.
107 iv. John Marcus McClellan, born 01 Mar 1886.
108 v. Lewis Dozier McClellan, born Abt. 1890.
109 vi. Laura Worth McClellan, born 03 Aug 1895.
37. John Daniel6 Rather (Barbara Walker5 McClellan, Mary "Polly"4 Wallace,
William3, James2, William1)37 was born 07 Jan 1823 in Somerville, AL, and
died 04 Mar 1910 in Tuscumbia, AL. He married (1) Jane C. Keyes 26 Jan 1843
in Athens, AL. She was born 16 Nov 1827 in Limestone Co., AL, and died 26 Mar
1853 in New Orleans, LA. He married (2) Sarah Letitia Pearsall37 02 Feb 1856
in Franklin Co., AL, daughter of Edward Pearsall and [Pearsall]Unknown. She
was born 01 Jun 1834 in Franklin Co., AL, and died 01 Nov 1893 in Tuscumbia,
Children of John Rather and Jane Keyes are:
110 i. George Taylor7 Rather, born 05 Jan 1843.
111 ii. Silas Parsons Rather, born 18 Feb 1846.
112 iii. Eldon Rutledge Rather, born 23 Nov 1847.
113 iv. Unnamed Rather, born 11 May 1849.
114 v. John Taylor Rather, born 14 May 1850.
115 vi. Mattie Keyes Rather, born 26 Jun 1852.
38. Thomas J.6 Campbell (Oliva5 McClellan, Mary "Polly"4 Wallace, William3,
James2, William1)37 was born Abt. 1833. He married Sarah Welch38.
Children of Thomas Campbell and Sarah Welch are:
116 i. Clint7 Campbell38.
117 ii. Booth Campbell38.