Person:Alice McLuen (1)

Watchers
Alice M. 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. 6 May 1889
  1. Murray Collins Stover1880 - 1940
  2. Ward William Stover1883 - 1918
Facts and Events
Name Alice M. McLuen
Gender Female
Birth[1] 1847 Ohio, United States
Marriage 6 May 1889 Iowa, United Statesto William B. Stover
Death[1] 1936 Guthrie, Iowa, United States
Burial[1] Union cem., Guthrie Center IA

One of the oldest houses in Guthrie Center is the old Victorian Mansion known as the Stover House. This house was built in 1882 by William James McLuen for his daughter Alice, and her husband William B. Stover The Stover house is on land originally owned in 1875 by Frank M. Howe. This 40-acre tract was sold in 1877 to Sam Dale, dividing it into smaller tracts and one of these being sold to William Stover in 1881. The firm of Stover Bros and Motz, established in 1874, carried a complete line of dry goods, clothing notions, shoes, carpets, jewelry and trunks with an inventory value of approximately $20,000 in dry goods stock.

William & Alice had at least two children Murray Collins Stover, b. 10/10/1880 and Ward W. Stover, b. 6/5/1883 and d. 1918 and Ward is buried in the Union cem., Lot 5.


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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Iowa, United States. WPA Graves Registration Survey.

    STOVER Alice M. 1847 1936 Union Guthrie Guthrie wife of William; lot 5