Person:Thomas McClung (3)

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Thomas McClung, Jr.
d.
m. 24 JAN 1765
  1. John "Curly John" McClungabt 1768 - bef 1848
  2. Alexander McClung1770 - 1816
  3. Edward "Muddy Creek Ned" McClung1774 - 1820
  4. Charles McClung1775 - 1847
  5. Jane "Jennet" McClungabt 1780 - aft 1825
  6. Thomas McClung, Jr.abt 1782 -
  7. Rachel McClung1785 - bef 1815
Facts and Events
Name Thomas McClung, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1782 Greenbrier County, Virginia[bet. 1780-1784, was not an adult in 1799/1800]
Death? [family tradition says he was killed in a stable]

Advisory

Some researchers claim that this Thomas McClung, Jr. died in 1795, supposedly killed in a stable, but court records in Rockbridge and Greenbrier County, Virginia clearly show that he was alive (listed as "infant") in 1799/1800, one of which is listed below:


Records

  • [abt. 1 Jan. 1800] - The answer of John McClung son of Thomas McClung to the file of complaint exhibited against himself & others in the County Court of Rockbridge by William Moore.
The answer being for himself & also as Guardian for Rachel McClung & Thomas McClung Infts. [Infants] & orphans of sd. Thomas McClung & for Jinny McClung, Sally McClung, Polly McClung & Edward McClung Infts. [infants] & orphans of Edward McClung dec'd. [Note: this is another important record "Wm Moore vs. Heirs of James McClung", which proves that Rachel & Thomas McClung, "infants & orphans" of Thomas McClung were not yet adults in 1799/1800, proving yet again that Thomas McClung, Sr. DID NOT DIE at the Battle of Point Pleasant in 1774 as he clearly had children AFTER that year].
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References
  1.   Ancestry.com. Public Member Trees: (Note: not considered a reliable source).