|Birth: ||Sep. 23, 1813|
|Death: ||Feb. 3, 1874|
Sarah E. "Sally" Jarvis (1821-1861)
Married: 10 Mar 1834 in Sangamon County, Illinois
Divorced: 13 Nov 1839
Susan Clary b. 1838
Royal Armstrong Clary was represented by David A. Rutledge, the brother of Anne Rutledge. Abraham Lincoln courted Anne Rutledge.
The headstone for Sally Jarvis Clary probably has the wrong age at the time of death because her divorce from Royal Armstrong Clary is well documented, and it's highly unlikely that she was only 4 years old at the time.
Eve Tibbs b. 1812
Married: 05 Jan 1843 in Menard County, Illinois
Richard James Clary b.1844 Menard, Illinois.
John Armstrong Clary b.1847 Menard, Illinois.
Rhoda Clary b. Sep 1849 Menard, Illinois.
Mary Etta Clary b. 31 Aug 1852,
d. 20 May 1920.
Nancy Ann Clary b. 10 Mar 1855,
d. 9 Nov 1928.
Martha Minerva Clary b.14 Feb 1857
d.December 7, 1948
Julia Ann Mattingly
b. Dec. 15, 1846, d. Dec. 28, 1928
Married: January 21, 1866
George P. Clary
Hardin J. Clary
Aged: 36 Years
History of the 85th Illinois Volunteers
Illinois Volunteer Infantry
Henry J. Aten
Pages 408 - 419
ROYAL A. CLARY, aged ---, born in Sparta, White county, Tennessee, married, farmer; enlisted from Petersburg, Ill., was wounded at the battle of Perryville, Ky., October 8, 1862, and was discharged for disability, but no date appears on the record. Died at Petersburg, Ill., in about 1896.
Company E was the Menard county company and was enrolled by Pleasant S. Scott, of Petersburg, under date of July 17, 1862. In this county were many people who had emigrated from Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee. These people were hardy, patriotic and brave, and most of them were strongly opposed to slavery. And these pioneers and their sons were prompt to respond to the call of the President for additional troops.
At the organization of the company the following commissioned officers were elected: Pleasant S. Scott, captain; Joseph M. Plunkett, first lieutenant, and Abraham Clary, second lieutenant. At the organization of the regiment this company became the color company.
The record shows that the company had 3 killed in battle, 5 died of wounds, 2 were accidentally killed, 12 died of disease, 18 were discharged for disability, 13 were wounded who lived to be discharged from the service. Of the 81 officers and men who formed the original company but 21 went home together at the close of the war. Not so strong in numbers as some of the others, nevertheless this company made a record of which all its members should be proud.
John Clary (1793 - 1860)
Rhoda Armstrong Clary (1794 - 1840)
Sarah E. Clary (1834 - 1861)
Julia Ann Mattingly Clary (1846 - 1928)
Eve Tibbs Clary (1821 - ____)*
Richard James Clary (1842 - 1900)*
Rhoda J Clary (1849 - ____)*
Nancy Anna Clary Williamson (1855 - 1928)*
Martha Manerva Clary Crawford (1857 - 1948)*
Royal Armstrong Clary (1813 - 1874)
John A Clary (1815 - 1880)**
Robert Clary (1819 - 1878)*
William Carrol Clary (1823 - 1896)*
Thomas C Clary (1825 - 1846)*
Martha Jane Clary Bell (1827 - 1878)*
Hugh A. Clary (1831 - 1896)*
Abraham Lincoln Clary (1834 - 1913)*
Abraham Lincoln Clary (1834 - 1913)*
Henry B. Clary (1836 - 1859)*
Maintained by: Michael Ratliff Lutz
Originally Created by: Charles W Brown
Record added: Jul 28, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28596341
My Great-Great Grandfather. Martha Minerva Clary-Crawford(Feburary 14,1857-December 7,1948) Was my Great Grandmother . She married Tom Perkins in 1874. She married Philander T. Crawford March 6,1880.|
Added: Apr. 14, 2015
The tombstone you have identified as Sarah E. Jarvis is incorrect she is Sarah E Senter wife of Royal (Rial) Clary, not Royal A. Clary|
Added: Feb. 13, 2014
This is not the man who married Julia Ann Mattingly.|
Added: Oct. 6, 2013
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