Person:Ellen Leonard (1)

Ellen Louisa Leonard
m. 1846
  1. Elizabeth Leonard1847 - 1929
  2. Ellen Louisa Leonard1849 - 1933
  3. Thomas Millard Leonard1851 -
  4. Hannah E. Leonard1853 - 1929
  5. Charles Pratt Leonard1855 - 1926
  6. Edward Warren Leonard1857 - 1862
  7. Frank Perry Leonard1859 - 1921
  8. Mary Whittaker Leonard1863 - 1924
m. 24 Nov 1868
  1. Edward Warren McLain1867 - 1952
  2. William Hurles McLain1870 - 1946
  3. Thomas Pratt McLain1873 - 1955
  4. Mary Whitaker McLain1876 - 1877
  5. Charles Franklin McLain1879 - 1953
  6. Cyrenus Augustus McLain1882 - 1938
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Ellen Louisa Leonard
Gender Female
Birth[3][4][5] 30 Apr 1849 Wellsville, Columbiana County, Ohio
Other[10] 6 Nov 1866 Marriage date according to David Leonard McLain's bible.Fact 3
Marriage 24 Nov 1868 Lagrange, Lagrange County, Indianato David Leonard McLain
Other Another marriage date is Nov. 6, 1866Marriage fact
with David Leonard McLain
Other[11] 13 May 1933 death date?Fact 4
Death[6] 15 May 1933 Lamar, Prowers County, Colorado
Burial[7][8] 18 May 1933 Fairmount Cemetary in Lamar, Prowers County, Colorado
Other[9] Member Wellsville Christian ChurchFact 1

After David Leonard's accidental death, she moved back to Wellsville and lived with her mother Hannah until the time of Hannah's death. Ellen then moved to Lamar, CO and lived with Edward, her oldest son until her death.

Living with her mother in 1910 and 1920 census.


   Many friends gathered at the Edward McLain home 25 miles south of Lamar Wednesday afternoon to attend the funeral for Mrs. Ellen Louisa Leonard McLain, who died at the home of her son Monday morning.
   Rev. H.M. Brown at Two Buttes, a baptist minister, officiated.  A group of friends sang "Does Jesus Care" and "The End of the Road"  Mrs. Thelma Gentzler played the organ accompaniment.
   Six grandsons fo the deceased acted as pallbearers.
   Internment was made in the Fairmount cemetery at Lamar with the Sharp Funeral Home in Charge.


   Mrs. Ellen Louisa Leonard McLain was born in Wellsville, O., April 30, 1849 and at the time of her death was 84 years and 15 days old.
   She was the wife of D.L. McLain who died 29 years ago.
   She was a member of the Christian Church of Wellsville for many years.   Mrs. McLain came west from Ohio in August of 1931 and had been living with her sons and their families since that time.  A daughter died at the age of 18 months.
   The deceased is survived by five sons, Edward of Lamar, William H. of Mercedes, Tex., C.A. of Muskegon, Mich., C.F. of Garden City, Kan., and T.P. of Perryton, Tex., 24 grandchildren, and 19 great grandchildren.
  Mr. and Mrs. McLain and their daughter and son and their son's wife of Garden City and Mr. and Mrs. T.P. McLain and family of Perryton, Tex., were here for the funeral.
  1. Transcribed by Thomas Pratt McLain. Notes from David Leonard McLain's Family Bible in my possession.
  2. Family record book found in Gail McLain's book.
  3. Obituary of Ellen McLain.
  4. David Leonard McLain's bible record.
  5. Transcribed by Thomas Pratt McLain. Notes from David Leonard McLain's Family Bible in my possession.
  6. Family record book found in Gail McLain's book.
  7. Obituary of Ellen McLain.
  8. Family Record sheet kept by Shawn Gail McLain.
  9. Obituary of Ellen McLain.
  10. David Leonard McLain's bible record.
  11. Gail McLain.