William M. McLaughlin

M
     William M. McLaughlin married Mary Byrd or Burden.

Child of William M. McLaughlin and Mary Byrd or Burden

William Arthur McLaurin

M, b. 30 July 1912, d. 21 January 2004
     William Arthur McLaurin was born on 30 July 1912 at Pennsylvania. He married Olive Shirk Minter, daughter of Robert Ewing Minter and Esther Mae Shirk, on 19 July 1953. William Arthur McLaurin died on 21 January 2004 at Merritt Island, Brevard Co., FL, at age 91.

Betty Dorene McLean

F, b. 4 October 1926, d. 8 April 2000
     Betty Dorene McLean was born on 4 October 1926 at Alamance Co., NC. She was the daughter of Marshall Edwin McLean and Mabel Fern Crutchfield. Betty Dorene McLean died on 8 April 2000 at Greensboro, Guilford Co., NC, at age 73.

Charles Elzephan McLean

M, b. 5 October 1892, d. 11 November 1898
     Charles Elzephan McLean was born on 5 October 1892. He was the son of Marshall Rankin McLean and Rachel Sophia DeVault. Charles Elzephan McLean died on 11 November 1898 at Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC, at age 6. He was buried in November 1898 at Friedens Lutheran Church Cemetery, Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC.

Charles H. McLean1

M, b. January 1893
     Charles H. McLean was born in January 1893 at Dallas Co. (probably), IA.1 He was the son of Grant McLean and Sadie Miller.1

Citations

  1. [S869] 1900 Federal Census, Dallas County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 427; FHL #1240427.

Charles P. McLean

M, d. after 1819
     Charles P. McLean married Marcia Foster Searcy, daughter of Bennett Searcy and Mary Wendel. Charles P. McLean died after 1819.
Note:

Guardianship granted, of daughters Maria D. and Marcia S. McLean.
Note: From Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Tennessee for the Middle Division, December Term 1885, and for the Western Division, April Term 1886, Vol. XVI, by Benjamin James Lea, Attorney General and Reporter (Google Books digital copy online), in Pope v. Alwell, page 100:

This day (22 JAN 1819) came into court, Charles D. McLean, the father and guardian of Maria D. and Marcia S. McLean, infants, under the age of twenty-one years, and applies for an order of this court to sell so much of the real estate of said infants as will pay debts and demands existing against the estate of his said wards, of which he has had notice; and now it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that there are just debts and demands against the estate of said infants, to about the sum of five thousand dollars; and it appearing also to the satisfaction of the court that said guardian has had notice of said debts and demands; and it appearing also that a sale made by said guardian will be much more beneficial for said infants than a sale of the real estate by execution; and it appearing that said real estate will be subjected to execution sale unless said debts and demands are paid and satisfied; and it appearing likewise that said infants have no personal estate wherewith the said debts and demands are to be satisfied and paid. Therefore, for the payment of said debts and demands, it is hereby ordered, adjudged and decreed, by this court, that said guardian sell the lots in the town of Clarksville, in Montgomery County, in this State, known in the plan of said town by Nos. 88, 87, 86, 85, 83, 82, and 81, and also a tract of land, etc. (describing it), belonging to said Judge Searcy, deceased, being a part of the real estate belonging to said infants, which descended to their mother, Marcia S. McLean, as heir-at-law of Bennett Searcy, deceased, and to said infants as sole heirs-at-law of their said mother, Marcia S. McLean, deceased; and that said property be sold by said guardian at auction at the court-house, in the said town of Clarksville, after giving proper notice, on the same credit and under the same regulations as property sold sold.

Children of Charles P. McLean and Marcia Foster Searcy

David Finley McLean

M, b. 21 October 1909, d. 22 April 1934
     David Finley McLean was born on 21 October 1909 at Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC. He was the son of Marshall Rankin McLean and Rachel Sophia DeVault. Cause of death: on 22 April 1934 Killed in airplane crash. David Finley McLean died on 22 April 1934 at Greensboro, Guilford Co., NC, at age 24. He was buried in April 1934 at Friedens Lutheran Church Cemetery, Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC.

Gene R. McLean

M, b. 1908, d. 1975
     Gene R. McLean was born in 1908. He married Marjorie McCoy in 1926. Gene R. McLean died in 1975. He was buried in 1975 at Milledgeville Plymouth Cemetery, Milledgeville, Fayette Co., OH, Findagrave #54769565.

Child of Gene R. McLean and Marjorie McCoy

Grant McLean

M, b. November 1863
     Grant McLean was born in November 1863 at Illinois Father born Scotland, mother born unkown.1 He married Sadie Miller, daughter of Benjamin Miller and Catherine Puterbaugh, circa 1891.2,1 Grant McLean lived in 1926 at Sunnyside, WA.2

Children of Grant McLean and Sadie Miller

Citations

  1. [S869] 1900 Federal Census, Dallas County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 427; FHL #1240427.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 494.

Hubert DeVault McLean

M, b. 28 August 1895, d. 30 March 1929
     Hubert DeVault McLean was born on 28 August 1895 at Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC. He was the son of Marshall Rankin McLean and Rachel Sophia DeVault. Cause of death: on 30 March 1929 Died in an airplane crash while flying at Tampico, Mexico. Hubert DeVault McLean died on 30 March 1929 at Tampico, Mexico, at age 33 Hubert piloted the first plane brought to Asheville, North Carolina. He enlisted in the aviation corps in January 1915, and was appointed sergeant in the 15th Aero Squadron, Signal Corps, October 1, 1917, at Hazlehurst Field, Mineola, New York. He was at Rockwell Field, San Diego, California in 1919. Hubert also served as an instructor pilot at Mitchell Field.
Hubert was chosen as one of four pilots to make the first transcontinental flight attempted by the United States Army under the leadership of Major Albert D. Smith and he bears the distinction of being the only pilot to return with the same plane.
Shortly after World War I, he was a border patrol using DH-4 airplanes and he was established along the Mexican border. Lieutenant Hubert McLean was in command of a detachment first at Eagle Pass and later Del Rio. One of his subordinates was 2nd Lieutenant (later General) James (Jimmy) Dolittle. Lieutenants McLean and Dolittle were recommended for permanent commission in the Air Service, Regular Army, on the same letter (July 2, 1920). Hubert retired from the army in 1921.
Hubert joined the Mexican Gulf Oil Company circa 1921. He organized an aerial motor transport company in Mexico, which became part of Aviation Corporation of America. He was flying the payroll in a Fairchild for outlying camps when his plane hit a wire as he dipped to make the drop. The two passengers lived. Because of the bandits, payrolls had to be transported and dropped by air. At his funeral the floral arrangement was in the shape of a large airplane. It was said over five thousand people attended. Services were conducted by Rev. G. W. McClanahan and Rev S .M. Rankin. His death was reported as far away as New York City in both the Times and World newspapers.

He was buried in 1929 at Friedens Lutheran Church Cemetery, Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC.
Note:

Did not marry.

James McLean

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     James McLean married Isabelle Catherine DeVault, daughter of Gideon DeVault and Elizabeth Gerringer.

Child of James McLean and Isabelle Catherine DeVault

Katherine Doris McLean

F, b. 7 March 1904, d. 26 February 1940
     Katherine Doris McLean was born on 7 March 1904 at Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC. She was the daughter of Marshall Rankin McLean and Rachel Sophia DeVault. Katherine Doris McLean married Prof. William Brown Terrell, son of Bedford Terrell and Jennie Scott, on 13 July 1925 at Guilford Co., NC. Katherine Doris McLean died on 26 February 1940 at Greensboro, Guilford Co., NC, at age 35 OBITUARY:
One of the largest crowds that ever gathered at Friedens Lutheran Church, near Gibsonville, was present this afternoon for the last rites held for Mrs. Doris McLean Terrell, wife of Prof. W. B. Terrell, of Elon College. She had been teaching school for 13 years and had taught in Elon College for the past six years. She was active in religious activities here and had for may years taught a Sunday school class. She was an active member of the woman's missionary society of the Conregational Christian Church and a member of the Friedens Lutheran church. The service was conducted by her pastor, Rev. John L. Morgan, and he was assisted by Dr. G. O. Lankford, of Elon College, who had performed the wedding ceremony of Prof. and Mrs. Terrell-and Dr. L.E. Smith, of Elon College."

She was buried in 1940 at Friedens Lutheran Church Cemetery, Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC.
Note: Katherine took flying lessons from her brothers. She graduated from Elon College in 1925. Katherine married a classmate, William Brown Terrell, that same year and started her teaching career. She taught Home Economics at the Tryon High School in Gaston County for two years. Katherine later moved to Rock Springs School, Denver, North Carolina. She was a member of the Elon College elementary school faculty for ten years as a seventh grade teacher.

Child of Katherine Doris McLean and Prof. William Brown Terrell

Marcia S. McLean

F, b. November 1818
     Marcia S. McLean was born in November 1818 at Tennessee. She was the daughter of Charles P. McLean and Marcia Foster Searcy. Marcia S. McLean married William Winston on 24 July 1836 at Shelby Co., TN.

Maria L. McLean

F, b. circa 1817, d. 6 October 1878
     Maria L. McLean was born circa 1817 at Tennessee.1 She was the daughter of Charles P. McLean and Marcia Foster Searcy. Maria L. McLean married Joseph H. Mosby, son of Samuel Mosby and Mary Anderson, on 30 November 1835 at Shelby Co., TN. Maria L. McLean lived on 18 September 1850 at Shelby Co., TN.2 She lived on 30 August 1860 at Shelby Co., TN.3 She lived on 24 June 1870 at Searcy Twp., Cross Co., AR.1 She died on 6 October 1878.

Children of Maria L. McLean and Joseph H. Mosby

Citations

  1. [S3294] 1870 Federal Census, Cross County, Arkansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 52; FHL #545551.
  2. [S3293] 1850 Federal Census, Shelby County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 895.
  3. [S474] 1860 Federal Census, Shelby County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1273; FHL #805273.

Marshall Edwin McLean

M, b. 20 March 1901, d. 29 July 1979
     Marshall Edwin McLean was born on 20 March 1901 at Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC. He was the son of Marshall Rankin McLean and Rachel Sophia DeVault. Marshall Edwin McLean married Mabel Fern Crutchfield, daughter of Joseph Everett Crutchfield and Mary Elizabeth Paris, on 2 August 1925 at Johnston Co., NC. Marshall Edwin McLean died on 29 July 1979 at Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC, at age 78. He was buried in August 1979 at Alamance Memorial Park, Burlington, Alamance Co., NC.
Note: Marshall was a member of the Civil Air Patrol during World War II, He supervised the construction of a saw mill at Manteo for timber used to build hangers there. Marshall was the owner and operator of McLean Brothers Flying Service. He was a veteran of the Marines.

Child of Marshall Edwin McLean and Mabel Fern Crutchfield

Marshall Rankin McLean

M, b. 13 May 1861, d. 26 November 1933
     Marshall Rankin McLean was born on 13 May 1861 at McCleansville, Guilford Co., NC. He was the son of James McLean and Isabelle Catherine DeVault. Marshall Rankin McLean married Rachel Sophia DeVault, daughter of Jacob A. DeVault and Mary Ann Alexander, on 18 September 1890. Marshall Rankin McLean died on 26 November 1933 at Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC, at age 72. He was buried in November 1933 at Friedens Lutheran Church Cemetery, Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC.
Note: Marshall Rankin McLean married Rachel Sophia DeVault. His mother was also a DeVault, Isabel Catherine "Ibby, Catherine or Katie" DeVault. Isabel Catherine is shown in the 1850 Census for Guilford County, North Carolina living with her parents under the name Isabel C. Duvolt. Her parents were Gideon DeVault (born 1810 in North Carolina) and Elizabeth Gerringer). Gideon's parents were Valentine DeVault (born 1769 in North Carolina) and Anna Barbara May. Although an interesting coincidence, Marshall's mother is not a descendent of Henry Dewald of Pennsylvania.


Marshall was a charter member of the Sharon Evangelical Lutheran Church in Gibsonville. On November 11, 1894, he was appointed as one of the first deacons. According to his granddaughter, Betty (McLean) Moore, Marshall switched his membership from Friedens Lutheran Church to Sharon so there would be enough members to form a church. Sharon Lutheran was completed in December 1897.

Children of Marshall Rankin McLean and Rachel Sophia DeVault

Mary Elizabeth McLean

F, b. 1866, d. 1949
     Mary Elizabeth McLean was born in 1866. She married Samuel Richardson Shives. Mary Elizabeth McLean died in 1949. She was buried in 1949 at Gosport Cemetery, Gosport, Marion Co., IA, Find A Grave Memorial# 102251538.

Child of Mary Elizabeth McLean and Samuel Richardson Shives

Natalie M. McLean

F, b. 22 May 1939, d. 4 April 2014
     Natalie M. McLean was born on 22 May 1939 at Milledgeville, Fayette Co., OH. She was the daughter of Gene R. McLean and Marjorie McCoy. Natalie M. McLean died on 4 April 2014 at Washington Court House, Fayette Co., OH, at age 74. She was buried in April 2014 at Milledgeville Plymouth Cemetery, Milledgeville, Fayette Co., OH, Findagrave #132045811.

Children of Natalie M. McLean

Ray M. McLean1

M, b. September 1895
     Ray M. McLean was born in September 1895 at Adel Twp., Dallas Co. (probably), IA.1 He was the son of Grant McLean and Sadie Miller.1

Citations

  1. [S869] 1900 Federal Census, Dallas County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 427; FHL #1240427.

Robert Arthur McLean

M, b. 25 August 1900, d. 21 October 1908
     Robert Arthur McLean was born on 25 August 1900. He was the son of Marshall Rankin McLean and Rachel Sophia DeVault. Robert Arthur McLean died on 21 October 1908 at Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC, at age 8. He was buried in October 1908 at Friedens Lutheran Church Cemetery, Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC.

Russell McLean1

M, b. April 1898
     Russell McLean was born in April 1898 at Adel Twp., Dallas Co. (probably), IA.1 He was the son of Grant McLean and Sadie Miller.1

Citations

  1. [S869] 1900 Federal Census, Dallas County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 427; FHL #1240427.

Ruth Naomi McLean

F, b. 22 March 1898, d. 15 October 1978
     Ruth Naomi McLean was born on 22 March 1898. She married Lt. Harold Pinneo Smyth, son of David Brier Smyth and Mary Pinneo, on 1 October 1914. Ruth Naomi McLean married Thomas McLean. Ruth Naomi McLean died on 15 October 1978 at Seattle, King Co., WA, at age 80. She was buried in October 1978 at Evergreen-Washelli Memorial Park, Seattle, King Co., WA, Find A Grave Memorial# 141054646.

Child of Ruth Naomi McLean and Lt. Harold Pinneo Smyth

Citations

  1. [S1918] 1930 Federal Census, Shawnee County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 723; FHL #2340458.

Sybil McLean

F, b. 18 May 1898, d. 12 October 1980
     Sybil McLean was born on 18 May 1898 at Gibsonville, Guilford Co., NC. She was the daughter of Marshall Rankin McLean and Rachel Sophia DeVault. Sybil McLean married Olin Barclay Belk, son of Samuel Ellison Belk and Mary Jane Horne, on 15 June 1916. Sybil McLean died on 12 October 1980 at Gastonia, Gaston Co., NC, at age 82.

Child of Sybil McLean and Olin Barclay Belk

Thomas McLean

M, d. before 2014
     Thomas McLean married Ruth Naomi McLean. Thomas McLean died before 2014.

William Elwood McLean

M, b. 16 May 1906, d. 4 June 1984
     William Elwood McLean was also known as "Buck". He was born on 16 May 1906 at Guilford Co., NC. He was the son of Marshall Rankin McLean and Rachel Sophia DeVault. William Elwood McLean married Thesta Violet Hite, daughter of Enoch Hite and Anna Roof, on 1 January 1937. William Elwood McLean died on 4 June 1984 at Orlando, Orange Co., FL, at age 78 OBITUARY - Orlando (Florida) Sentinel, Wednesday, June 6, 1984, page B4

William McLean, 78, ex-aviation director
William E, "Buck" McLean, a onetime barnstorming aviator who guided the development of the Orlando International Airport as the city's aviation director for more than a decade, died Monday at Orlando Regional Medical Center. He was 78.
"He was the pioneer in aviation for the city," said longtime friend Fred Turner. "He will probably be remembered as having had the vision and foresight for what the McCoy Airport could be."
When he became aviation director in the mid-1950s, the city's main airport was Orlando Executive, then called Herndon Airport.
"He was an aviation professional from the old school," said Wally Sanderlin, a former city council member who served on the city's aviation advisory board.
"He started out barnstorming and probably was the foremost aviation expert in Orlando during his time. The transition from Herndon to McCoy airfield was due to his leadership."
McLean retired in the late 1960s and moved to Crystal River, where he lived until 1980 when he moved to Oklawaha.
He was admitted to Orlando Regional Medical Center in late April.
Born in Guilford County, N.C., McLean was a Lutheran and a member of several organizations, including Composite Lodge 293 F&AM, the Orlando Scottish Rite Bodies, the Orlando York Rite Bodies, the Bahia Shrine Temple and the National Sojourners. He also belonged to the Heros of '76, the Quiet Birdman, the Three Coast Club and the Society of American Military Engineers.
His wife, Thesta, died in 1954.
Survivors include sons, Dick H., Oklahawa, David M., Windermere, James E. Tuscaloosa, Ala., Bill E., Austin, Texas; daughter, Sophie Ann Norman, Charleston, S.C; 11 grandchildren; one great-grandchild.
Winterpark Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


He was buried in June 1984 at Glen Haven Memorial Park, Winter Park, Orange Co., FL.

Sarah Elizabeth McLees

F, b. 6 April 1856, d. 1 March 1893
     Sarah Elizabeth McLees was born on 6 April 1856 at Blue Rock, Muskingum Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of Thomas McLees and Elizabeth Starrett.1 Sarah Elizabeth McLees married Llewellyn Clapper, son of George Harrison Clapper and Olive M. Coleman, in 1877. Sarah Elizabeth McLees died on 1 March 1893 at Blue Rock, Muskingum Co., OH, at age 36. She was buried in March 1893 at Sugar Grove Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH, Findagrave #38288750.

Children of Sarah Elizabeth McLees and Llewellyn Clapper

Citations

  1. [S537] 1860 Federal Census, Muskingum County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1019; FHL #805019.
  2. [S143] 1880 Federal Census, Muskingum County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1055; FHL #1255055.
  3. [S541] 1900 Federal Census, Muskingum County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1310; FHL #1241310.

Thomas McLees1

M, b. 12 November 1823, d. 26 October 1906
     Thomas McLees was born on 12 November 1823 at Ohio.1 He married Elizabeth Starrett in 1844. Thomas McLees began military service on 2 May 1864 at Zanesville, Muskingum Co., OH, Civil War service, Co. I, 160th Regt., Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He died on 26 October 1906 at age 82

Biographical sketch -- (Findagrave.com):

"I had a fine broadcloth suit, auburn hair, April curls,ruddy face, grey eyes, was six feet high, forty inches around the heart, wore a 7 3/8 hat, and felt that I was an American." Thomas McLees

Mr. McLees has been known as an outspoken anti-slavery man, and served in the Morgan raid five days under Capt. N. F. Claypool. He was mustered out, received his pay, and entered the O. N. G., Ninety-First Battalion. On May 2, 1864, he and his two sons reported at Zanesville, Ohio. He and the eldest son, Josiah were mustered into the service of the United States army, in Company I, One Hundred and Sixtieth Regiment, Capt. Henry S. Finley, under Gen. Franz Seigel. This regiment was placed in the First Brigade First Division of Gen. Hunter's army of West Virginia. On the night of July 3, 1864, they retreated from Martinsburg, W. Va., marched through the Potomac river and lay on the banks of the canal in wet clothes. On July 6 they went on to Maryland Heights at 11 o'clock p.m., Gen. Early in his raid following, and the fight began July 5. On July 7, 1864, Josiah McLees was in line of battle between Sharpsburg road and the Potomac river, and at 10 a.m. was mortally wounded, dying July 20. On September 7, 1864, Thomas McLees was mustered out of service.

He was buried in October 1906 at Duncan Falls Cemetery, Duncan Falls, Muskingum Co., OH, Findagrave #9711069.

Child of Thomas McLees and Elizabeth Starrett

Citations

  1. [S537] 1860 Federal Census, Muskingum County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1019; FHL #805019.

Eleanor Weems McLellan1

F, b. 8 April 1907, d. 17 April 1994
     Eleanor Weems McLellan was born on 8 April 1907 at Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA.1 She was the daughter of James Guy McLellan and Elizabeth McAfee DeVault. Eleanor Weems McLellan died on 17 April 1994 at age 87.

Citations

  1. [S3950] 1910 Federal Census, Whitfield County, Georgia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 220; FHL #1374233.

Elizabeth Marie McLellan

F, b. 16 June 1932, d. 24 January 2004
     Elizabeth Marie McLellan was born on 16 June 1932 at Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA. She was the daughter of John McAfee McLellan and Frances Marie Harris. Elizabeth Marie McLellan married Albert Munn Carter, son of Harlan Brown Carter and Rowena Maud Munn, on 13 June 1953. Elizabeth Marie McLellan died on 24 January 2004 at Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA, at age 71.

Fannie McLellan1

F, b. 23 May 1909, d. 3 February 1986
     Fannie McLellan was born on 23 May 1909 at Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA.1 She was the daughter of James Guy McLellan and Elizabeth McAfee DeVault. Fannie McLellan died on 3 February 1986 at Whitfield Co., GA, at age 76 Dates per SSDI, last residence Dalton.
Note: SSDI lists her with maiden surname -- apparently she never married.

Citations

  1. [S3950] 1910 Federal Census, Whitfield County, Georgia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 220; FHL #1374233.