Person:Richard McLuen (4)

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Richard F. 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. 12 Jan 1868
  1. John Edward McLuen1867 - 1928
  2. Mae E McLuen1870 - 1936
  3. Edward McLuen1873 - 1937
Facts and Events
Name Richard F. McLuen
Gender Male
Birth? 27 Feb 1845 Enoch Township, Monroe (now Noble), Ohio
Marriage 12 Jan 1868 Old Carrollton, Guthrie, Iowato Rebecca Jane Marshman
Burial? Mar 1921 Union Cemetery, Valley Township, Guthrie, Iowa
Death? 16 Mar 1921 Guthrie, Iowa, United States
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References
  1.   Iowa, United States. WPA Graves Registration Survey.

    MCLUEN Richard F. 27 Feb 1845 16 Mar 1921 Union Guthrie Guthrie aged 75; son of James & Bedelin; hus. Of Rebecca; 3 children; Guthrian 17 to 24 Mar 1921, Guthrie Center & Co.

  2.   History of Guthrie County, 583, Secondary quality.

    Richard F. McLuen, an employe of McFarland, Dickey & Co., was born February 27, 1845 in Noble county, Ohio. In 1856, the family came to this county, settling in Valley township, on Capitol Hill. Richard worked on the fam till he was sixteen years of age, at which time he came to the city and learned the blacksmith trade with William Warrington. In 1863, he went to Panora, and from thence to Carrollton, Iowa, in the spring of 1865, where he was ocupied in doing the blacksmithing for sixty-five miles of the Northwestern railroad. In 1872 he returned to Guthrie Center and engaged in the agricultural business with McLuen Brothers until he accepted his present position in 1881. January 12, 1868, he was married to Miss Rebecca J. Marshman, of Pennsylvania. They have three children--John, Mary and Edward. Mr. McLuen was deputy sheriff from 1874 to 1877, and is a memer of the A. F. and A. M.