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From: Shelby WILLIAMS <SEAL-IT@webtv.net>
Sent: Wednesday, December 16, 1998 8:35 PM
Subject: genealogy

Hi Pat, I am searching for my family tree and hope you can help. I come from Williams, Young, generation all from VA, I think. If you have research on such family please, reply ok? I was born in Perry Co. Kentucky and all family is from there except Jones generation. You can help, if you are a researcher, I hope. Hope I'm right.

Subj: McCLENDON Genealogy
Date: 1/7/99 3:11:17 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: DSHACK8460@aol.com (Deborah, in Texas))

Hi, I'm very very new at this, just started a couple days ago. Hoping you could help me. I am trying to trace my father's ancestors, his parents died when he was a young child, this is all I know so far:

His parents:
Henry McCLENDON, b. 1878 in Tennessee, d. in Arkansas, married Docia Mack in Pike County Arkansas, daughter of William Mack & Martha.

The Children of Henry & Docia:
Willie Elster McClendon, b. (date removed to prevent Identity Theft),in Daisy Arkansas (My father),
Chester McClendon, RC McClendon, LC McClendon, Overine McClendon, Marshall McClendon & Ozy McClendon.

Willie Elster McClendon, my father, married Ola Mae (Louise) Chilcote in Nashville, Arkansas, they had 13 children: Jane Ellen, Elster Dearl, Anita Faye, Shelby Jean, Elese Myrtle, Dean Edward, Gary Don, Coy Lynn, Mikey Roger, Dennis Ray, Deborah Annette (Me) & Stevie Mark McClendon.

Any information you could give me would be appreciated. Thanks, Deborah, in Texas

Subj: Sophia POUNDS m. to Morris M. Williams
Date: 1/26/99 2:47:18 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: Willilh@aol.com (Ina)

I'm needing information that you may have on this family. Joel Allen Williams was b. abt. 1873 and lived in Dutch Creek, Yell, AR. His son is Morris Marl McCoy Williams b. (date removed to prevent Identity Theft). I think Joel could be the son of Morris M. Williams. I found a Martha J. McClendon b. Sep 1835 TN? as the mother of John Williams, b. 1864, in the census of Dutch Creek, Yell Co., AR. in 1900. Do you have anything on these Williams? I think they were from LA. I'm seeing the name of a Hardy Williams, also. Thanks, Ina

From: Earl Eckert <eleckert@earthlink.net>
Sent: Friday, February 05, 1999 5:35 PM
Subject: Information Regarding a Lilla (or Lille) Mae McClendon

A Lilla (or Lille) Mae McClendon married Nevin Lyle Eckert on August 10, 1921 in Denver, Colorado. They had one child, June Eckert, born about (date removed to prevent Identity Theft). A divorce was recorded in Sheridan Co. Wyoming on (date removed to prevent Identity Theft).

I have no other information. Any help would be appreciated.

Earl Eckert

From: Charles Olin McLendon <comclen@pdcn.net>
Sent: Friday, February 19, 1999 1:07 AM
Subject: Genealogy

I was wondering if you had any information on Joe Henry McLendon from somewhere close to Mobile, AL. I think the name of the town starts with a C, but I do not know any towns close to Mobile. My husband has never met his father who is Joe Henry McLendon. He should be about 79 or 80 years old. I think he was born on (date removed to prevent Identity Theft). My husband name is Charles Olin McLendon, and his mother's name at the time of the marriage to Joe, was Dorothy Tomlinson, of Sarasota, FL. Charles was born on (date removed to prevent Identity Theft). If you have any information, could you please e-mail me back. We would love to find him. Thank you for all you can or will be able to do for us. Thank you. Linda McLendon

From: Grady, Marian, Annie & James Shytles <arkatex@ctelcom.net>
Sent: Friday, February 19, 1999 2:30 AM
Subject: From a descendent of the founder of McClendon Texas

Dear Ms. McClendon -

My grandmother was Eula Powell Shytles. Before she died at 97 years old she told me that her grandfather founded that community with a general store and blacksmith shop. Both my grandparents on the paternal branch of my family stated that their people came to Texas out of Tennessee around the Selmer area. An interesting side to my contact with you: I was researching Col. Zack Miller of the 101 Ranch in Oklahoma when the link sight referenced me to the McClendon name which would establish a connection to the Edmond, OK area.

The town in Texas in which you are interested is in Rockwall County just northeast of Dallas. It is now incorporated as McClendon-Chisholm on our state registry.

I don't know for sure if you and I are related but if we are I think it is quite interesting that I just completed my first degree in counseling from Texas Wesleyan University here in Fort Worth, Texas. This to complement the prison ministry and gang intervention mediation that I perform. I also work as residential counselor for the Masonic Home and School here as well. I apologize if I have unduly burdened you with additional E-mail, but I do hope that some of this information will be of use to you. His light shine on you.

Grady Shytles

From: Ken/Beth Baughman <baughk@gate.net>
Sent: Monday, March 08, 1999 8:20 PM
Subject: Genealogy: R. C. Mac McClendon

My great Aunt Margie (Margorie) Hock was married to R. C. Mac McClendon and lived in Bogalusa, LA. Mac and Margie had two girls, Marilyn and Sherri. Marilynn lives I believe in Florida and Sherri is married to Michael Tolle, and they currently live in Kenner, LA. Mac and Margie worked for the paper company and Mac also had a water pump company for many years.

Margie was the youngest daughter of Jean Raoul Hock and Marie Justelia Euphrosie LeBlanc (my great grandparents). She was born April 13, 1916 and died Nov 4, 1994.

Am looking for additional info on R. C. Mac McClendon's parents and siblings.

Ken Baughman
Miami, Florida

----- Original Message -----
From: Ken/Beth Baughman <baughk@gate.net>
Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 1999 10:48 AM
Subject: Re: Genealogy

Dear Pat:

Thank you so much for the information. I lived with Mac (R. C. Mac McClendon) and Margie in 1970 while I attended Southeastern Louisiana University. I never knew Chuck McClendon, he died in an oil platform accident in 1969. Mac told me that he fell off an oil platform and ruptured his spleen and bled to death on the way to the hospital. I did meet Dee McClendon and his wife Betty and I believe their son Greg McClendon. On the weekends when I was in Bogalusa, I used to help Mac with his pump work. I saw more of Louisiana and Mississippi that semester, traveling with Mac to fix someone's water well pump that in the six years I lived in Baton Rouge after I graduated from college. Last time I saw Mac and Margie was at Margie's sister's funeral in 1974.

We're having our first Baughman and allied family reunion on Saturday, March 27, 1999 at the Paul B. Johnson State Park, 14 miles south of Hattiesburg, MS. We sent out over 250 invitations to relatives. I sent one to Mike and Sherri and hope they can come. If she does, I hope to fill in some of the other gaps that I have. I'll send you whatever I am able to find.

Ken Baughman
Miami, Florida 33157

From: <Pappy85867@aol.com> (Jere Lee McClendon)
Sent: Monday, March 29, 1999 8:52 PM
Subject: McClendon Family

I am looking for information on my GG Grandfather J.P. (Jeremiah Pearson) McClendon. He was born 17 Feb 1828 and died 21 Aug 1888. He is buried at Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Jonesboro, Georgia. He served in the Confederate Army as a Pvt. in the 63rd Georgia, Co. G, Volunteer Infantry. He was wounded in the Battle of Franklin in Tenn. but survived the War to apply for a Soldiers Pension. He is listed in the 1850 Census Records as living in the house of Adams, Mary S. 52 and married to Sarah E. 16, with two children, Sarah 1, and Mary 2 mos. I believe that he may have come from Anson County in North Carolina but do not know this for sure. I need help in making the connection back to North Carolina. I have other information on his descendants which I am willing to share. You can "E" me at pappy85867@aol.com. Thanks for your help.

Jere Lee McClendon
512 Buffalo Creek Rd., Raeford, North Carolina

Sergeant First Class, SFC Stephen McClendonSFC, "Steve", Stephen McClendon and his wife Jacey and his two children, Meagan (12) and Robert (9) from his first marriage live in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

NOTE: I sent Steve a message when I saw his photo at the OSU, Oklahoma State University web site because he looks so much like my father when he was younger. Click on his photo to see a larger photo of him.

Subj: McClendon Genealogy
Date: 3/24/99 11:52:56 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: gobears@okway.okstate.edu ("Steve" Stephen McClendon)

I am responding to an e-mail I received from Pat McClendon this morning. My name is Stephen McClendon, originally from Memphis, TN. I was born on (date removed to prevent Identity Theft) to John and Harriette McClendon in Memphis, Tennessee. My father is from Helena, AK and his parents were Audrey (Minton) and Hollis McClendon, also of Arkansas.

Thank you for the information that was sent to me. I find it quite interesting, and I often wonder how this whole McClendon gang settled in America. Actually, I will help how ever I can, and I would appreciate any information you can give me.

I live in Stillwater, OK and currently teach military science at OSU, Oklahoma State University.

Thank you,
Stephen McClendon

--------- I sent this info to Steve about his grandfather -----------

[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 5, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Date of Import: Mar 25, 1999, Internal Ref. #]

Individual: Mcclendon, Hollis
Social Security #: 431-05-2118
SS# issued in: Arkansas

Birth date: Oct 6, 1913
Death date: Feb 1979

Residence code: Arkansas

ZIP Code of last known residence: 72342
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:

Helena, Arkansas

ZIP Code of address where death benefit payment was sent: 72342
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:

Helena, Arkansas

---------- end of info to Steve about his grandfather --------

From: "Steve" Stephen McClendon <gobears@okway.okstate.edu>
Sent: Friday, March 26, 1999 10:31 AM
Subject: Re[2]: Genealogy

Good morning Pat,

Yes, that is my grandfather's (Hollis McClendon) information that you looked up, and actually my grandmother, Audrey, is still alive and resides in West Memphis, Arkansas. Her maiden name is Minton, but of course she still goes by McClendon.

My father lives in Winston-Salem, and he has one sister named Barbara Carruth, who lives in Germantown, TN.

I have two brothers and one sister. My older brother, Robb McClendon, was born in (date removed to prevent Identity Theft) and lives in Independence, MO and he has three daughters. My younger brother is married without children and his name is John McClendon. He was born in (date removed to prevent Identity Theft). I have a younger sister, Amanda McClendon Norris, and she is also married. She was born in (date removed to prevent Identity Theft). They have one daughter and one son, and live in Wilmington NC.

I have some more information at my house regarding my great-grandparents. It is just a matter of me being able to locate it. I do believe that my great-grandfather was probably born in Hot Springs, AK, as that is the only place I remember the family talking about. He died in Hot Springs a few years after my grandfather passed away. (1984 or 1985). His wife's name was Pearl, and she preceded him in death by maybe 10-15 years. I vaguely remember her.

Let me know if you want, or need, any more information. My number here at OSU, Oklahoma State University, is (405) 744-1946. I normally teach one class everyday, a lab on Wednesday afternoon, and then I also attend some classes for my own benefit as well. Feel free to call.


Steve McClendon

From: Stephen McClendon <gobears@okway.okstate.edu>
Sent: Sunday, March 28, 1999 4:00 PM
Subject: Genealogy

Hi Pat,

Here is the information I found on my great-grandparents from the McClendon lineage. As I previously informed you, my grandfather was Hollis McClendon, and his parents were Luther Otis McClendon, and Pearl Ivory (Brantley) McClendon. My great-grandfather Luther was born in Pike County, Arkansas in 1889, and my great-grandmother Pearl was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas in 1895. Pearl was also part Indian, as her grandfather was 100% Native-American.

I obtained the above mentioned information from my grandfather's sister Neddy McClendon, who lives in Arkansas. Pearl and Luther McClendon had four children, three of which are still alive. Neddy McClendon lives in Arkansas, as well as her sister Elgin (McClendon) Dawson. Her other sister is Virginia (McClendon) Webb, and she lives in Memphis, TN.

Once again Pat, I want to thank you in advance for your interest and your assistance. Any information from yourself, or anyone else, will be greatly appreciated.

Steve McClendon

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