Person:Albert McLuen (1)

Watchers
Albert McLuen
m. abt 1830
  1. Samuel McLuen
  2. William James McLuen, Jr1831 - 1911
  3. George Washington McLuen1835 - 1906
  4. Mary McLuenabt 1837 -
  5. James Fleming McLuen1839 - 1919
  6. Susan McLuenabt 1841 - 1932
  7. Richard F. McLuen1845 - 1921
  8. Albert McLuen1846 - 1875
  9. Alice M. McLuen1847 - 1936
  10. James Samuel McLuen1850 - 1933
  11. Eleanor Adelaide McLuen1852 - 1902
  12. Jonathan A "Jack" McLuenabt 1854 -
m. 3 Nov 1872
  1. Allie Dell McLuen1872 - 1900
  2. Abby May McLuen1873 - 1876/77
  3. Abby McLuenabt 1874 - abt 1874
Facts and Events
Name Albert McLuen
Gender Male
Birth? 1846 Noble, Ohio, United States
Marriage 3 Nov 1872 Guthrie, Iowa, United Statesto Amanda M Reed
Death? 27 Mar 1875 Guthrie, Iowa, United States
Burial? Valley Township Cemetery, Guthrie Center, Guthrie, Iowa, United StatesLot 211
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References
  1.   Panora Vedette, 1 Apr 1875, Secondary quality.

    Died: Albert McCLUEN had a light attack of colic. The usual restoratives were resorted and until 2 o'clock p.m. Sat. there appeared no change. Prior to this time two physicians pronounced the patient entirely removed from danger. At 2 o'clock Sat. a dose of hydrate of chloral was administrated and in ten minutes thereafter another dose was given, and at 4 o'clock he was a corpse. Colic to attack a healthy man so forcibly is certainly cholera, and in the worst form. Albert McLUEN was 29 years of age, a blacksmith with his brother, Richard; was a quiet, peaceable and moral man. He leaves a wife and two small children; one nearly two years and the other about four months old.