Title: Temporarily unavailable Harold E. Bower, Jr.
Page: RootsWeb WorldConnect database lycofam - Lycoming County PA & Related Families
Text: RootsWeb WorldConnect database lycofam - Lycoming County PA & Related Families
Note: www.usgennet.org/usa/pa/county/lycoming/history/Chapter-56.html Maginness 1892 History of Lycoming County, Chapter 56 has: JOHN CLENDENIN was a soldier of the Revolution who served throughout that struggle, for liberty. He was born at Easton, Northampton county, Pennsylvania, about 1757, and when the Revolution broke out he immediately offered his services in defense of his native land. He was present and witnessed the execution of Major Andre. His widow drew a pension as long as she lived. Mr. Clendenin was a Jeffersonian Democrat, and was a delegate to the convention that nominated Thomas Jefferson for President of the United States. He married Rebecca De France about 1777, and she bore him a family of ten children: Margaret, who married John Allen Charles, who married Martha Hughes; Elizabeth, who married Timothy, Gray; Marjorie, who married Henry Harmon; Robert, who married Harriet Blackwell; Rebecca, who married Robert Carson; Ann, who remained single; Mary, who married William Thomas; Jane, who became the. wife of John S. Apker, and John, who married Ellen Landon. Mr. Clendenin removed from Easton to Bennezette, Elk county, Pennsylvania, where he lived several years, and then located on the "Long Reach," and subsequently at the mouth of Tim Gray’s run, on Lycoming creek. He died on the homestead, on Lycoming creek, and was interred at Newberry. His widow survived him thirty-three years, and died at the age of eighty-four.
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