Harry R. McClenathan (about 1877—)

Harry R. McClenathan1 has no recorded parents. He was born about 1877 at Pennsylvania, USA. 2 He worked as a Mailer, Newspaper Office in 1910 at Chicago, Illinois, USA. 2 He had a photo taken Mailer, Newspaper Co. in 1930 at Chicago, Illinois, USA. 1

He married Jennie M. Cobban. He married Jennie M. Cobban about 1906 at Illinois, USA. 2

Jennie M. Cobban2 was the daughter of Archibald T. Cobban and Mary Ellen Fogarty. She was born in January 1881 at Chicago, Illinois, USA. 3 She worked as a Saleswoman in 1900 at Chicago, Illinois, USA. 3

User Reference: C 694

Children of Harry R. McClenathan and Jennie M. Cobban:

          James Cobban Logo


Footnotes:

1
1930 Census of USA : IL, Cook, Chicago, div 8, ED 337 sheet 16
2
1910 Census of USA : IL, Cook, Chicago, div 33, ED 1419 page 10
3
1900 Census of USA : IL, Cook, Chicago, div 4, ED 87 page 8
Jennie M. Cobban

born January 1881 at Chicago, Illinois, USA died

born at died at

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born at died at

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Child of

Archibald T. Cobban

born 1845 at Duffus, Morayshire, Scotland died at Chicago, Illinois, USA

born at died at

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Child of

born at died at

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Child of

Mary Ellen Fogarty

born between 1840 and 1850 died between 1885 and 1900 at Chicago, Illinois, USA

born at died at

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Child of

Merle McClenathan

born about 1914 at Chicago, Illinois, USA died

born at died at

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Child of

Source: 1930 Census of USA

Type: Census/Tax

Source: 1910 Census of USA

Type: Census/Tax

Source: 1900 Census of USA

Type: Census/Tax

Pennsylvania, USA

State

 
Chicago, Illinois, USA
 
Illinois, USA
 
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