Descendent Families
John McClary


????. Birth
Northern Ireland

1796. Death


1790. Federal Census? Father or son?
Londonderry, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA


John McClary, the first settler on the Madison Tuttle farm, 1775, was from Ireland, brought here a considerable family, was a linen weaver, an occupation then followed by men, and deemed respectable; died 1796. His son, JOHN McCLARY married a McNeil of Hillsboro' and soon removed to that town, and afterwards to Vermont. Another son, THOMAS McCLARY was frozen to death about 1790. He went on a cold January evening to a little store in Hillsboro'; asked permission to stay overnight, was refused, and in the attempt to return home, became bewildered and perished. Another son of the first John, WILLIAM McCLARY, lived on a place west of Elijah Gold's, and was frozen to death on or near the old Turnpike, in December 1811. David McClary, who lived long in the Woodbury family, and died 1850, was the son of the second John. (History of the Town of Antrim, NH, from 1744 to 1844;" by Rev. John M. Whiton, Concord NH)(

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