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Dr. John Mclane War Of 1812 Surgeon, Priest And Western Explorer Genealogy Fans For Sale
Dr. John McLane War of 1812 Surgeon, Priest and Western Explorer Genealogy Fans!
DescriptionEngraved by E. G. Armstrong from a painting by T. Sully in possesion of by B. W. Richards, esq.Some light fox and stains around the edges and one light stain near the image. Good condition. Great image for McLane family genealogy as he had five children and moved around a lot. Biographical Sketches: Dr. John McLane: His father, also named John, was born in the north of Ireland. He was ofScotch parentage. His wife's name was Elizabeth. They migrated to Americaabout the beginning of the Revolutionary War, settling first, east of themountains, then removed west and located on the Allegheny River. Being astrict Seceder, and having no place to attend public worship, again removedto Washington County, Pa. He was the father of four sons and two daughters. He continued to reside in the last named place until his death. Our subjectwas born in Allegheny County, Pa. in 1773. Graduated at Canonsburg in 1796. He studied theology under Dr. McMillen. Married Miss Nancy Martin. He tookcharge of the Montour Presbyterian Church and continued there until 1809. Studied medicine under Dr. Warner of Canonsburg. Went into service assurgeon in the War of 1812 and had charge of a hospital in Plattsburg, N.Y., during the war. After his return he practiced medicine in Hickory, Pa.,in co-partnership with Dr. Lisle for a short time, then removed to Florence,Pa. In 1818, he removed to a farm near Pughtown, afterward called NewManchester, but now, Fairview, Hancock County, West Virginia. Removed fromthe farm to said village, where his wife died in 1819. In 1822, he wasmarried to Miss Celia Cullen. He removed to Wellsville, Ohio in 1825, andresided there until his death in 1828. He was the father of five sons andfour daughters. Two sons and two daughters still survive. Dr. McLane was aman of more than ordinary ability in the pulpit as well as in the medicalprofession. His services were sought after by many persons at a greatdistance, making it very laborious, the roads at that day being
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