|Birth: ||Apr. 14, 1846|
|Death: ||Mar. 2, 1938|
Daughter of James Stuart Standefer and Caroline Randall Standefer.
Williamson County, Texas pioneer Harriett "Hattie" Louise Standefer Cluck was the wife of rancher George Washington Cluck, whom she married on June 25, 1863. Hattie and her family were among the first to travel the Chisholm Trail to cattle markets in Kansas. In the spring of 1871, a pregnant Hattie; her husband George; and three children: seven-year old Allie Annie, five-year old Emmett, and two-year old Harriett Minnie, walked and rode the long journey to Abilene, Kansas, making Hattie the first woman to travel the Chisholm Trail. Along the way, Hattie reportedly helped cowboys load their guns to defend themselves against cattle rustlers. Hattie was three months pregnant with Euell Standefer when she left on the trail drive. The Cluck family reached Kansas in the fall. Euell was born in Abilene on October 17, 1871, where the Clucks spent the winter of 1871-72. The following spring, the Cluck family returned to Williamson County and settled in Running Brushy (later known as Brushy Creek), where Hattie served as the Postmaster from 1874-1882.
George Washington Cluck (1839 - 1920)*
Euell Standefer Cluck (1871 - 1960)*
John Ollie Cluck (1876 - 1940)*
Julia Maude Cluck Friedsam (1878 - 1976)*
Cedar Park Cemetery
Created by: Dennis Alan Deel
Record added: Jan 20, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13073982