|Birth: ||Dec. 10, 1895|
|Death: ||Feb. 22, 1965|
Her parents were George Barlow McClellan and Marian Lillie (Minnie) Blackburn.
In June 1900 Zelma V Mcclellan (5 years old, born in December 1895 in Utah), her father George B. Mcclellan (30, July 1870, Idaho, 8 years married, farmer), mother Minnie L (27, November 1873, Utah, mother of 4 living children), sibblings George D (7, September 1893, Utah), Elsie E (2, March 1898, Utah) and Scott L (1, May 1899, Utah) were living on their own farm in the country village of Loa, Wayne County, located in the south-central part of Utah.
In May 1910 Zelma V Mcclellan (14), her father George B Mcclellan (39, farmer), Minnie L (36), siblings George G (16, farm laborer), Elsie E (12) and Connor M (11) were still living on their own farm in Loa, Wayne County, Utah.
On August 22, 1918 Zelma Mcclellan married in Richfield, Sevier County, the 15 years older Hiet Deleeuw and had with him in 1919 in Salina, Utah a son, Carl, and in 1924 in Bicknell, Utah a daughter, Carma.
In September 1918 they were living in the country village of Bicknell, Wayne County, located in the south-central part of Utah at an altitude of 7,125 feet (2,172 m) above sea level. In 1914 Rhode Island's Education Commissioner Thomas W. Bicknell offered to donate a 1,000-volume library to any town in Utah that would take his name. Two towns split the prize (with the other town Grayson taking his wife's maiden name Blanding) and in 1915 Thurber became Bicknell and received 500 books.
In January 1920 Zelma Virtue M (24 years old, born in Utah), her husband Hiett Deleeuw (39, Holland, farmer),their son Carl Mcclellan (8 months, Utah) and her mother-in-law Mattie DeLeeuw (63, Holland, widow) were living on their own farm in still Bicknell, Wayne County, located in the south-central part of Utah.
In April 1930 Zilma V (34), her husband Hiet Deleeuw (49, farmer), their son Carl M (10) and daughter Carma (5, Utah) were still living on their own farm in Bicknell, Wayne County, Utah
In 1935 they sold their farm in Bicknell and moved to Spanish Fork, Utah County, located in the north-central part of Utah.
In April 1940 Zelma (44, belt worker at a canning factory), her husband Hiet Deleeuw (59, laborer at Works Progress Administration (WPA) projects), their son Carl (20, farm laborer) and daughter Carma (15, Utah) were living in their own house, worth $1700, in Ward 2 of Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah. They lived in 1935 in Ephraim, Sanpete County, Utah.
Her husband Hiet DeLeeuw died in March 1960 at the age of 79 years in the city of Spanish Fork, Utah. Widow Zelma died there too, in February 1965 at the age of 69 years.
Miriam Lillie Blackburn McClellan (1873 - 1915)
Hiet DeLeeuw (1880 - 1960)
Carl McClellan DeLeeuw (1919 - 2007)*
Carma DeLeeuw Robertson (1924 - 2008)*
Spanish Fork City Cemetery
Plot: 12.20B .01
Maintained by: Peter Hakze
Originally Created by: John Warnke
Record added: Oct 29, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12191797
Added: Nov. 25, 2011