|Birth: ||Sep. 8, 1819|
|Death: ||May 28, 1895|
At this time, no one seems to know who Rebecca's parents were. If anyone knows more about her, please let me know.
Rebecca, William and children moved to Fulton County from Seneca County, OH by ox cart in 1853. The area was mostly wooded and traces of Indians still remained in the area. That same year her husband, William, died of injuries from an accident while felling trees. It must have been very difficult for Rebecca and the children struggling on a new frontier without a father.
They had eight children. Links to all eight children's graves are below. Sadly, two daughters, Rebecca and Emaly, died before reaching adulthood.
William Clingaman (1810 - 1853)
Mary Ann Clingaman Rogers (1836 - 1917)*
Andrew Jackson Clingaman (1838 - 1902)*
Amanda Jane Clingaman Sparks (1840 - 1923)*
Rebecca Clingaman (1843 - 1859)*
John Clingman (1844 - 1927)*
Daniel A. Clingaman (1846 - 1951)*
Emaly Clingaman (1849 - 1867)*
Amelia Clingaman Crane (1851 - 1928)*
28 May 1895
Age 75 years 8 months 20 days
Note: Rebecca's stone is in good condition and easily readable. The saying on the back is not as clear but still readable.
Maintained by: Judy Miller
Originally Created by: gabbybug
Record added: Mar 19, 2004
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