Person:Robert McClanahan (7)

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Capt. Robert McClanahan
m. Bef 1734
  1. Lt. Col. Alexander McClanahanAbt 1734 - 1797
  2. Agnes McClanahanAbt 1735 -
  3. Sarah McClanahanEst 1736 to 1750 -
  4. Lettice 'Lettis' McClanahanEst 1736 to 1750 -
  5. Jane "Jenny" McClanahan1740 -
  6. Capt. John McClanahan, Sr.1742 - 1774
  7. Mary 'Polly' McClanahanBef 1744 -
  8. Capt. Robert McClanahan1747 - 1774
  9. William McClanahan1748/49 -
m. 15 May 1770
  1. Robert McClanahanBet 1771 & 1775 -
  2. John McClanahan1772 -
Facts and Events
Name Capt. Robert McClanahan
Gender Male
Birth[1] 19 Apr 1747 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 15 May 1770 Augusta County, Virginia[need source]
to Catherine Madison
Death[1] 10 Oct 1774 Point Pleasant, Mason County, Virginia(Capt. of Virginia militia, KIA at Battle of Point Pleasant)
Burial[1] Pioneer Cemetery, Point Pleasant, Mason County, Virginia

Robert McClanahan was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Notes

This Robert McClanahan married Catherine Madison. Some researchers (including "Lord Dunmore's Little War of 1774" By Warren Skidmore, Donna Kaminsky) have mistakenly placed Margaret Ann Lewis as Robert's wife, but it was Robert's brother John McClanahan that married Margaret Ann Lewis.


http://www.archive.org/stream/mcclanahans00whitgoog/mcclanahans00whitgoog_djvu.txt

III. — Robert McClanahan the Second.

He, with others, made the first permanent settlement in* Greenbrier, then a part of Botetourt County. As we have seen, he was captain of a company in Colonel Fleming's regiment, and was killed in battle with the Indians at Point Pleasant. He left two sons, Robert and John, who went to Kentucky. He is said to have been a physician.


http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~reckertsroost/mcclan4.html

8. CAPT. ROBERT4 MCCLENAHAN, JR. (ROBERT3, JOHN2 MCCLANAHAN, THOMAS1) was born 1747, and died 10 Oct 1774 in Virginia. He married CATHERINE MADISON 15 May 1770 in Virginia, daughter of HUMPHREY MADISON and UNKNOWN. She died 18 Jul 1818 in Mason, West Virginia.

Notes for CAPT. ROBERT MCCLENAHAN, JR.:

Robert was killed in Battle of Point Pleasant.

More About CAPT. ROBERT MCCLENAHAN, JR.:

Fact 1: thur email (Source: Joe McClenahan.)

Fact 2: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About CATHERINE MADISON:

Fact 1: thur email (Source: Joe McClenahan.)

Fact 2: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About ROBERT MCCLENAHAN and CATHERINE MADISON:

Marriage: 15 May 1770, Virginia

Children of ROBERT MCCLENAHAN and CATHERINE MADISON are:

i. ROBERT5 MCCLENAHAN, m. SARAH ABNEY, 04 Jul 1797, Virginia.

More About ROBERT MCCLENAHAN:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About SARAH ABNEY:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About ROBERT MCCLENAHAN and SARAH ABNEY:

Marriage: 04 Jul 1797, Virginia

ii. JOHN MCCLENAHAN, b. 1772, Botetourt, Virginia; m. LYDIA BURNS, 23 May 1797, St. Genevieve, St. Genevieve, Missouri; b. Abt. 1774.

More About JOHN MCCLENAHAN:

Fact 1: thur email (Source: Joe McClenahan.)

Fact 2: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About LYDIA BURNS:

Fact 1: thur email (Source: Joe McClenahan.)

Fact 2: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About JOHN MCCLENAHAN and LYDIA BURNS:

Marriage: 23 May 1797, St. Genevieve, St. Genevieve, Missouri

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Find A Grave.

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