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(d. July 30, 1823.

576. (5) Eliza Jane Reynolds, (b. July 15, 1825.

(d. Aug. 6, 1827, Springfield, O.



120 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

ARCHIBALD 2 (HUGH 1 )

577. (6) Sarah Linton Stewart, (b. Sept. 1, 1827, Bloomingburgh,

m. Bloomingburgh, O., May Ohio.
8, 1845, (d. Aug. 23, 1850, Bloomingburgh,

Ohio.

578. James Monroe Edwards, (b. Dec. 16, 1821, Bellbrook, O.

(d. Apr. 10, 1904, Washington C. H.
Ohio.
m. by Rev. Wm. Dickey.

CHILDREN — EDWARDS (J. M.).
SARAH 3 (ARCH. 2 HUGH 1 )

579. (1) Sarah Charlotte Edwards, (b. July 8, 1846, Bloomingburgh, O.

(d. July 21, 1846. Bloomingburgh,
Ohio.

580. (2) Mary Edwards. (b. May 17, 1848, Bloomingburgh,

Ohio.

Add. : Washington C. H., Ohio.

581. (3) Wm. Archibald Edwards, (b. July 4, 1850, Bloomingburgh, O.

(d. Aug. 23, 1850, Bloomingburgh,
O.



IX

STEWART— SARAH.

SARAH 2 (HUGH 1 )

582. (9) Sarah Stewart. (b. Aug. 22, L795, Hagerstown,

m. Jan. 1816, Frankfort. 0. Md.

(d. Sept. 6, I860, Clifton, O.

583. James Bogle, (b. Aug. 29, L786, Gettysburg, Pa.

(d. July 16, 1859, Clifton, O.

The family home where most of the children were born, was
called "Rural Cottage", Clark County, Ohio.

Uncle James Bogle, as I recall him, was a quiet gentle-
mannered man with a grown up family. He was not given to
joking, as were the Stewarts, but was hospitable and kind. I think
he was of Covenanter stock, and he was known and respected
throughout the community where he lived.

CHILDREX — BOGLE (JAMES).

SARAH 2 (HUGH 1 )

•584. (1) Margaretta Smith Bogle, (b. Oct. 14, 1817.
m. Mar. 4, 1851, "Rural Cot- (d. Feb. 2, 1876.
tage",
585. James McClellan, (b. Jan. 15, 1815.

(d. June 13, 1883.

Home of the McClellans "Sycamore Grove", Xenia, O.
CHILDREX — McCLELLAN (JAMES).

MARGARETTA S ( SARA II" HUGH 1 )

58(3. (1) Sarah Cornelia McClellan, (b. May 23, 1853.
m. Oct. 26, 1881, "Sycamore
Grove"
587. Rev. Adrian Frazier Kirkpat- (b. Oct. 12, 1854, Decatur, 0.
rick,

Son of Adrian M. and Mary A. (Spencer) Kirkpatrick.
Mr. Kirkpatrick's ancestry runs back to Sir Roger Kirk-
patrick of Scotland, of the time of Wallace and Bruce. The

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122 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

family came to America in 1735, settling in Rock Bridge Co., Va.
His mother was born in Va. and belonged to the English family
of Spencers. Mr. Kirkpatrick was educated at Monmouth Col-
lege, Monmouth, 111., 1877. Theological training, Newberg, N.
Y., and Xenia, Ohio, Theo. Seminary, 1880. Honorary degree
of D. D. Amity college, 1903. Under appointment of Home
Missionary board, he went to Tacoma. Wash., in 1891, and or-
ganized the first U. P. Church in that city, continuing as pastor
until 1909, the longest continuous pastorate, of any Protestant
minister, in the history of the State of Washington. Fourteen
years of this time, in addition to this pastorate, he was Supt. of
Home Missions, for Western Washington, and under his admin-
istration, the denomination grew from a small mission church, to
a large and influential Presbytery. Is at present, (1914) pastor
of the U. P. Church at Burlington, Wash.

CHILDREN — KIRKPATRICK.
SARAH 4 (MARGARETTA 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

588. (1) Mary Ethel Kirkpatrick, (b. Sept. 25. 1882, Xenia, O

m. Sept. 25, 1906,

589. William Woods Glenn, (b. Feb. 28, 1883. Pittsburgh, Pa.

Son of Samuel and Elvira A. F. Glenn.

Add. : Prosser, Wash.

Business : Fruit rancher.

Mary Ethel (Kirkpatrick) Glenn, was educated in the city
schools of Tacoma, Wash., Tacoma Acad., and Whitworth Coll.
Grad. as A. B. in 1904, and from Conservatory of Music, same
year. Taught in public schools, Tacoma, for two years when she
resigned on the eve of her marriage. Mrs. Glenn is the possessor
of a fine lyric-soprano voice, which is heard with great delight in
concerts and recitals. For two years she was president, and di-
rector of the Ladies' Musical Club of Prosser, and in 1912 was
delegate to the state Federation of Women's Clubs, meeting in
Tacoma.

CHILDREN — GLENN.

MARY 5 (SARAH 4 MARGARETTA 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

590. (1) Mary Ethel Glenn, (b. Sept. 21, 1907, Tacoma, Wash.

591. (2) Katherine Sarah Glenn, (b. Dec. 9, 1908, Tacoma, Wash.

592. (3) Wm. K. Glenn ) T . ,, „ n <n „ _ „ r ,
-no i t: T7 ^^ [Twins (b. Mar. 3. 1911, Prosser, Wash.

593. (4) Frances E. Glenn J



Genealogy of Hugh Stezvart and Descendants. 123

MARGARETTA 3 ( SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

594. (2) Mary Eliza McClellan, (b Sept. 25, 1855, "Sycamo

Grove"

595. (3) Jessie Georgiana McClel- (b. Sept C, 185G, "Sycamore Gr.

Ian,
m. Jan. 23, 1878, "Sycamore
Grove," O.

596. Rev. John Henry Gibson, D. D. (b. Aug. 10, 1852, Oxford, Pa.

Son of William Henry and Jane Patterson (Johnson) Gib-
son, Oxford, Pa.

Mr. Gibson writes: I was born on a farm six miles from
Oxford, Pa. After the death of my father, in 1865, m Y mother,
brother James P. and I removed to New Wilmington, Pa., the
seat of Westminster college,* which I entered in the spring of
that year, at the age of twelve, and graduated in 1872 with degree
of A. B. Entered Xenia Theological Seminary in the fall of 1872,
and completed the course in 1876. In the following fall I was
called to the first church, New Wilmington, the town in which
I had grown up. This was after my marriage. Subsequently
held pastorates in Johnstown and Connellsville, Pa., and Monroe,
la. Later removed to Portland, Ore., later to Bellingham, Wash.
Since leaving Washington, April 1909, have been pastor of the
Wheatland U. P. church at Plainfield, 111.

"Jessie, (Mrs. J. H. Gibson) wife of the pastor of the Grand
Ave., United Presbyterian Church of Portland, Oregon, is an
expert in the sign language used by deaf mutes. She first learned
to 'sign' in order to converse with a relative who was deaf. About
a year ago, finding that there were quite a number of deaf mutes
in Portland who had no regular divine service especially for
them, she determined to make an effort to have the gospel
preached to them. One of the agencies that aided her was
unique: A deaf mute came to Portland who soon became ac-
quainted with the other mutes in the city, of whom he talked a
great deal to the members of the family he was visiting, where
there was a lady who had been blind for years, and she learned
there was no way in which she and the mutes could communicate
with each other, the reports about other deaf-mutes. On account
of her own affliction, she felt a very deep sympathy for them



*This college later conferred degree of D. D., on Mr. Gibson.



124 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

and their needs. Mrs. Gibson was already contemplating doing
some work along this line, and being put in touch with the mutes
through this young man's influence, was just what she needed to
get the work started. She and her husband proceeded at once to
hunt up all the mutes in the city. As many as they could reach,
they invited to come to their Sabbath morning service. They
came, and have been coming ever since. Sometime during the
week Mrs. Gibson makes herself thoroughly familiar with her
husband's sermon, and on Sabbath morning she stands on an
elevated place where the mutes can all see her, and where she can
readily hear Dr. Gibson. She signs them where to find the open-
ing Bible-chapter, and song, and as they can all read they can
follow from the books. She signs the opening prayer, and this
is a case where it is allowable not to bow their heads in prayer,
for if they did they would lose the prayer altogether. Then the
sermon is signed in full. There is as much difference between
the old deaf mute alphabet and the present sign language, as
there is between the old raised letters for the blind, and the pres-
ent "New York point".

"Mrs. Gibson uses signs for nearly all common words, and
even for whole phrases and clauses. In many cases these signs
are so expressive, that even the dullest on-looker, could readily
understand them. For instance, the word "me", is simply putting
the hand on the bosom; "river" is a hand motion of the waves
flowing down. Once in a while she finds a word she is obliged
to spell. But Mrs. Gibson does not stop with merely interpreting
her husband's sermons. She has taught them to help on church
programs. Not long ago at a Wednesday evening missionary
service, one of them "signed". "I will tell the wondrous story",
taking it wholly from Mrs. Gibson's lips as she sang it. It was
singularly beautiful and impressive. Another "signed", "Nearer
my God to Thee". Mrs. Gibson singing, in concert with the
signing.

"A few months later, Dr. Edgar P. Hill, pastor of the First
Pres. Church of Portland, was asked to perform the marriage
ceremony for a couple of mutes. He called on Mrs. Gibson for
assistance, sending her a copy of the form he intended to use.
She went over it again and again till quite familiar with it, the
more readily to "sign" it. The couple stood in the usual manner
and he read the ceremony, Mrs. Gibson "signing" it to them. Dr.



Genealogy of Huyh Stewart and Descendants. 125

Hill afterwards said he had the greatest difficulty in keeping to
his reading, so interested did he hecome in her "signing", and
the rapt attention of the mutes. When the vows were taken, the
mutes simply bowed their heads in response to Mrs. Gibson's
signs. 'It was the greatest bridal party' Dr. Hill ever had."

Mrs. Gibson is a pioneer along this line of work in her lo-
cality. At that time, she was the only person who had thus in-
terpreted sermons for mutes, in any church west of Chicago.

A year after she began her work, ten of the mutes were
taken into the church, and there has been an attendance of thirty
at one time, and this out of fifty in the city. — Christian Endeavor
World.

Mrs. Gibson writes: "After the article appeared in the
Christian Endeavor World, I received letters from almost every-
where, asking me how they could learn the sign language. So
many people were anxious to do something for a friend, a son, a
sister or a neighbor. Letters came from Halifax, from Califor-
nia, from Canada, from Maine, and many other states, showing
how many deaf mutes there are in the country".

CHILDREN — GIBSON.
JESSIE 4 (MARGARETTA 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

597. (1) Margaretta Gibson, (b. Oct. 2, 1879.

m. June 30, 1908, Bellingham,
Wash.

598. Dr. John Franklin Waugh, Jr. (b. Apr. 28, 1878, Arlington, 111.

Son of Dr. John Franklin and Mary (Keffer) Waugh,
Tarkio, Mo.

Dr. Waugh was graduated from Tarkio, Mo., Coll., with
degree of B. S., 1899. Degree M. D. conferred by Rush Med.
Col., in affiliation with Chicago University, 1904. Interne, Pres.
hospital, Chicago, 1905. Med. Supt. Pres. hospital, Chicago,
1906-7. Supt. Children's Memorial hospital, Chicago, 1908.
Specialist in Dermatology, Chicago, 1909. Asst. in Dermatology,
Rush Med. Col. Member Chicago Dermatological Ass'n., Chi-
cago Med. Society, Illinois Med. Society and American Med.
Association.

Add.: 1527 E. 65th Street, Chicago, 111.



126 Genealogy of Hugh Steivart and Descendants.

599. (2) Foster Collins, Gibson, (b. June 19, 1883.

m. Mar. 27, 1911, Portland,
Ore.

600. Beatrix Swan, (b. Apr. 19, 1887, Wadena, Ind.

Dau. of Lloyd Humbolt and Alice (St. Clair) Swan. Port-
land,, Ore.

Mr. Gibson was educated at the Portland, Ore., Academy
and University of Portland.

Add. : F. C. Gibson, 548 Alder Street, Portland, Ore.
Electric Storage Battery business, garage and agency.

SARAH 2 (HUGH 1 )

600a (2) Eliza Elliott Bogle, (b. Mar. 25, 1819.

(d. Apr. 20, 1826.
600b (3) Mary Isabella Bogle, (b. Jan. 15, 1821.

(d. Mar. 15, 1831.

601. (4) Joseph Alexander Bogle, (b. Feb. 10, 1823.

m. Feb. 7, 1849, Granville, O. (d. June 20, 1903.

602. Julia Ann Bancroft, (b. Sept. 2, 1824, Granville, O.

Dau. of Gerard Pratt, (Granville, Mass.) and Jane Pol-
hemus (Little) Bancroft, (New Jersey)

CHILDREN —BOGLE (JOSEPH) .
JOSEPH 3 (SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

603. (1) Francis Little Bogle, (b. Oct. 26, 1849, Cedarville, O.

m. Dec. 3, 1869, Kirkersville,
Ohio.

604. Jennie E. Jones, (b. Feb. 16, 1847, London Eng.

(d. Jan. 31, 1907, Maroa, 111.

Business : Contract Paper-hanger and Decorator, Maroa, 111.

CHILDREN — BOGLE (FRANCIS).
FRANCIS 4 (JOSEPH 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

605. (1) Joseph Alfred Bogle, (b. June 22, 1871, Maroa, 111.

(d. Apr. 26, 1872.

606. (2) Julia Lina Bogle, (b. Dec. 8, 1872. Maroa, 111.

1st. m. July 9, 1891, Maroa,
111.

607. Matthew H. Liston. (b. May, 1868 Macon Co., 111.



Genealogy •/' Hugh Stewart and Descendants. Yll

CHILDREN — LISTON.

JULIA 5 (FRANCIS 4 JOSEPH 3 SARAH" I ICC II 1 )

008. (1) Mora Lorane Liston, (b. April 12, 1892, Maroa, 111.

(d. Aug. •_', 1893.

FRANCIS 4 (JOSEPH 3 SARAH" HUGH 1 )

609. (2) Julia Lina Bogle, (b. Dec. 8, 1872.

2nd m. Patrick R. Kennedy, (1). Mar. 18, L873, Belvidere, 111.
Jr.

Add.: 2814 Warren Ave., Chicago, 111.

CHILDREN — KENNEDY.

JULIA' (FRANCIS 4 JOSEPH 3 SARAH" HUGH 1 )

610. (1) Ingred Laontine Kennedy, (b. Feb. 13, 1898, Chicago, 111.

(d. Feb. 7, 1899, Chicago, 111.

FRANCIS 4 (JOSEPH 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

611. (3) William Bancroft Bogle, (b. Sept. 9, 1875.
Sign-painter, Springfield, 111.

612. (4) James Francis Bogle, (b. Mar. 23, 1878.

Add. : Tacoma, Wash.

FRANCIS 4 (JOSEPH 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

613. (5) Emma Etta Bogle, (b. Feb. 4, 1883, Maroa, 111.

■m. Sept. 23, 1903,

614. Bert Allen Morgan, (b. Mar. 29, 1881, Illiopolis, 111.

R. R. Clerk in Gen. Office, (d. Sept. 10, 1910.

Son of James Reynolds and Rachel Ann (Sterns) Morgan.

CHILDREN — MORGAN.
EMMA 5 (FRANCIS 4 JOSEPH 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

615. (1) Francis Morgan, (b. July 28, 1904, Maroa, 111.

616. (2) James Morgan, (b. Apr. 6, 1907, Maroa, 111.

617. (3) Donald Morgan, (b. Dec. 7, 1908, Maroa, 111.

618. (4) Allen Morgan, (b. Sept. 11, 1910, Vandalia, 111.

JOSEPH 3 (SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

619. (2) Julius Bancroft Bogle, (b. Nov. 9, 1852.

(d. May 5, 1853.



128 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

JOSEPH 3 (SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

620. (3) Lizzie Mary Bogle, (b. Feb. 1, 1855, Cedarville, O.

m. Nov. 25, 1886, Maroa, 111., (d. Jan. 1, 1899, Holton, Kan.

621. Elias Henry Blackburn, (b. Nov. 2, 1846.

Add.: New Albany, Kan., R. F. D. Xo. i.
Farmer.

CHILDREN — BLACKBURN.
LIZZIE 4 (JOSEPH 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

622. (1) Frederick Blackburn, (b. Sept. 12, 1887, Holton, Kan.

623. (2) Joseph Harlan Blackburn, (b. June 7, 1889, Holton, Kan.

624. (3) Julia Elizabeth Blackburn, (b. Apr. 24, 1892, Holton, Kan.

625. (4) Emma Estella Blackburn, (b. June 30, 1894, Holton, Kan.

626. (5) George Blackburn, (b. Dec. 26, 1898, Holton, Kan.

(d. Feb., 1899, Holton, Kan.



JOSEPH 3 (SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

627. (4) Edward Stewart Bogle, (b. Oct. 4, 1858, Cedarville, O.

m. Apr. 13, 1899, (d. Feb. 8, 1904, Clatskanie, Ore.

628. Minerva Margaret Hopkinson, b. Oct. 26, 1867, Iola, Kas.

Add. : Philomath, Oregon.

CHILDREN — BOGLE (EDWD. S.).

EDWARD 4 (JOSEPH 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

629. (1) Florence Gertrude Bogle, (b. Feb. 14, 1890, Fredonia, Kan.

m. June 14, 1909, Philomath,
Ore.,

630. Thomas Burns, (b. Dec. 20, 1887, Osage City, Kan.

631. (2) Julia Pauline Bogle, (b. Jan. 23, 1893, Fredonia, Kan.

632. (3) Grace Rosalie Bogle, (b. Apr. 21, 1895, Kosmos, Wash.

633. (4) Leroy Stewart Bogle, (b. Feb. 8, 1899, Catlin, Wash.

JOSEPH 3 (SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

634. (5) Cora Jane Bogle, (b. Dec. 11, 1863, Maroa, 111.

(d. May 11. 1864, Champaign, 111.

635. (6) Julia Estella Bogle, (b. Jan. 25, 1866, Moroa, 111.

Add. : Springfield, O., c/o Odd Fellows' Home.



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636. (7) Emma Jane Bogle, (b. June 18, 1870, Wilson < o., Kan.

m. Dec. 21, 1893,

637. Ernest Wilderman llaag, (b. Aug. 3, 1871.

Son of John Joseph llaag, b. in Germany.
Add.: Buhl, Idaho, R. F. D. No. 2.
Farmer.

CHILDREN — HAAG.

EMMA 4 (JOSEPH 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

638. (1) Joseph Paul Haag. (b. Oct. 8, 1894, Neodesha, Kan.

SARAH 2 (HUGH 1 )

639. (5) Sarah Jane Bogle, (b. Nov. 25, 1824.

m. Dec. 12, 1843, Clifton, O., (d. Sept. 25, 1911, Yellow Springs,

Ohio.

640. James Finney Stewart, (b. Dec. 6, 1818.

(d. Feb. 25, 1909, Yellow Springs,
Ohio.

AN UNUSUAL EVENT.
SARAH 3 ( SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

The sixty-first anniversary of the marriage of Sarah Jane
Bogle and James Finney Stewart, was celebrated on Monday,
December 12, 1904. These good people have been liberal sup-
porters of the work of Christ at home, and abroad. They have no
children of their own, and so the goodly degree of material pros-
perity which they have enjoyed, has gone to enrich the church.
The home congregation has always received from them liberal
support, and in recent years also they have been very liberal to the
educational institutions.

In raising the fund to secure the law endowment for Mon-
mouth college, the largest amount received from any individual
was from Mr. Stewart. At that time he deeded to the college a
farm valued at $6,000. To Xenia, Ohio, Seminary, he has given
$1,500. To Muskingum College, $1,200. To Tarkio College,
$1,000, and to Cooper Memorial College $1,000. While we may
not look forward to many more anniversary returns of that day
with them, we rejoice that the gathering shadows of the far spent
days of life, can bring no darkness or fears into their hearts,
for the setting of the sun of the life of earth, can be to them
only the dawning of an unending day, with Him in whose great
name, they have labored side by side, for so many years."



ISO Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

SARAH 2 (HUGH 1 )

641. (6) Martha Ann Bogle, (b. Alar. 3, 1829.

m. Jan. 22, 1852, "Rural Cot- (d. Oct. 15, 1869.
tage,"
6-12. Robert Hyslop, (b. May 9, 1821.

(d. Aug. 27, 1896.

"Willow Farm" was the Hyslop home, near Xenia, Ohio.

CHILDREX — HYSLOP (ROBERT).
MARTHA 3 ( SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

643. (1) Margaret Cornelia Hyslop, (b. Nov. 9, 1852.

(d. Sept. 27, 1854.

644. (2) James HerveyjHyslop (b. Aug. 18, 1854.

645. (3) Sarah Louella [Twins, (d. Dec. 10, 1854.
(2) James Hervey Hyslop, (b. Aug. 18, 1854.

Ph. D.,

m. Oct. 1, 1891, Phila., Pa.

646. Mary Fry Hall, (b. Oct. 1, 1860, W. Phila. Pa.

(d. Oct. 5, 1900, N. Y.

Dau. of George Washington and Isabella Moor (Fry) Hall,
Phila., Pa., m. by Rev. J. S. Macintosh, D. D.

Pastor 2nd Pres. ch., Phila., Pa.

Add.: 519 W. 140th Street, New York. Prof. J. H. Hyslop.

"In this country Prof. Hyslop is, no doubt, the most prom-
inent of those interested in Psychic Research, and is at present at
the head of the American Institute of Scientific Research."

CHILDREX — HYSLOP (JAMES H.).

JAMES 4 (MARTHA 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

647. (1) George Hall Hyslop. (b. Dec. 20, 1892, New York.

648. (2) Mary Winifred Hyslop, (b. Sept. 24, 1894, New York.

649. (3) Beatrice Fry Hyslop, (b. Apr. 10, 1899, New York.

MARTHA 3 (SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

650. (4) George Leigh Hyslop, (b. Mar. 21, 1856.

m. Jan. 2, 1884, Xenia, O.,

651. Julia Moschler, (b. July 15, 1855.

Daughter of Moschler, Tavanne, Switzerland, and

Susan (Pettit) Moschler, b. Audincourt, France.
Add. : Deshler, Henry County, O.
Farmer.



Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants. 131

CHILDREN — HYSLOP (GEO. L).
GEORGE 4 ( MARTHA' 1 SARAH" HUGH 1 )

652. (1) George Robert Hyslop, (b. Nov. 17, 1884, Deshler, O.

in. Aug. 10, 1908, Columbus,
Ohio,

653. Susan Catherine Thompson, (b. May 27, 1880, Dublin, O.

Born Walcutt. and adopted by Mrs. C. A. Thompson, Colum-
bus, O.

Dau. of Alex. Oliver and Alary (Williams) Walcutt.

Mr. Hyslop is ass't. professor on crops in Oregon Ag. Col-
lege and Experiment Station, Corvallis, Ore.

CHILDREN — HYSLOP (GEO. R.).
GEO. 5 (GEO. 4 MARTHA 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

654. (1) Sue Hyslop, (b. Mar. 29, 1912, Corvallis, Ore.

MARTHA 3 (SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

655. (5) Eliza Jane Hyslop, (b. Jan. 25, 1858.

m. Mar. 10, 1881, (d. Mar. 8, 1909.

656. Edwin Tcrrence McClellan, (b. Oct. 14, 1851.

Add.: Xenia, Ohio, R. F. D.
Farmer.

CHILDREN — McCLELLAN (EDWIN).
ELIZA 4 (MARTHA 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

657. (1) Roy William Mc-1

Clellan, [-Twins, (b. July 25, 1882.

658. (2) Ralph McClellan, J

(1) Roy William McClellan. (b. July 25, 1882.
m. Feb. 28, 1912,

659. Mary Ferguson, (b. Mar. 18, 1885.

Dau. of William Henry and Ella Bell (Galloway) Ferguson.
Mr. McClellan is a Dairyman.
Add. : Xenia, O., R. F. D. No. 5.

(2) Ralph McClellan, (b. July 25, 1882.

Add. : Xenia, O., R. F. D. No. 9.
Farmer.



132 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.



ELIZA 4 (MARTHA 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

660. (3) Maud Marie McClellan, (b. Nov. 26, 1884.

661. (4) Ernest Bogle McClellan, (b. Feb. 24, 1886.

m. Oct. 23, 1912,

662. Jeanette Orr, (b. Sept. 7, 1887.

Dau. of James and Josephine (Little) Orr.
Mr. McClellan is pastor of the U. P. Church at Mounds-
ville, W. Va.

ELIZA 4 (MARTHA 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

663. (5) James Erie McClellan, (b. Aug. 25, 1889.

664. (6) Janet Eliza McClellan, (b. Aug. 24, 1894.

MARTHA 3 (SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

665. (6) Charles Robert Hyslop, (b. Nov. 6, 1859.

(d. Mar. 3, 1864.

666. (7) Anna Laura Hyslop, (b. May 9, 1861.

(d. Mar. 15, 1864.

667. (8) William Wallace Hyslop, (b. Oct. 1, 1862.

m. Feb. 22, 1888,

668. Mary Frances Crawford, (b. June 30, 1864.

Dau. of Harper and Mary Frances (Crawford.)
Add. : Springfield, O., R. F. D. "Home Spring Farm".

CHILDREN — HYSLOP (W. W.).
WILLIAM 4 (MARTHA 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

669. (1) Wm. Earl Hyslop, (b. June 25, 1890.

m. Dec. 25, 1912, Xenia, O.,

670. Dorothy Thomas. (b.

671. (2) Martha Frances Hyslop, (b. Oct. 16, 1894, "Home Spring

Farm."

MARTHA 3 (SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

672. (9) Robert Hyslop, Jr., (b. July 1, 1864.

(d Mar. 12, 1904.

673. (10) Francis Edwin Hyslop, (b. Oct. 9, 1867, Xenia, O.

m. June 28, 1906, Chicago, 111.,

674. Mary Collins McHatton, (b. July 27, 1876, Duncanville, 111.

Dau. of Rev. Hugh and Elizabeth (Collins) McHatton,
Duncanville, Illinois.

Mr. Hyslop is in Y. M. C. A. work.
Add. : Haddenfield, N. J.



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CHILDREN — HYSLOP (FRANCIS E.).
FRANCIS 4 (MARTHA 3 SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

675. (1) Martha Constance Hyslop, (b. June 5, 1907, Philadelphia, Pa.

676. (2) Francis Edwin, Jr., (b. Jan. 7, 1909, Philadelphia, Pa.

Hyslop,

MARTHA 3 (SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

677. (11) Henrietta Mary Hyslop, (b. Dec. 12, 1874.

SARAH 2 (HUGH 1 )

678. (7) Mary Cornelia Bogle. (b. Nov. 9, 1830.

(d. Oct. 11, 1904.

Born at "Rural Cottage", Ohio, the home of the Bogles.

"Far Above Rubies." On the nth day of Oct. 1904, there
came to its earthly end, one of the most beautiful lives that it
has ever been my privilege to know. Miss Mary Cornelia Bogle,
one of the charter members of our first Church at Tacoma, Wash,
on that day passed into rest. Her life was in many ways a re-
markable one. At the age of three she lost her hearing through
an attack of scarlet fever, and for almost her entire life she lived
in silence. At the age of ten, she was placed by her parents, in
the school for deaf mutes at Columbus, Ohio, where she remained
until her education was completed. Reared in a Christian home,
she very early accepted Jesus Christ as her personal Savior, and
ever after her faith was simple and most beautiful. One day a
friend asked her if she would not be pleased if her hearing could
be restored. She answered at once, "No, I wish now that the
first voice that I hear may be that of my Savior in Heaven." —
S. Me. C. K.

SARAH 2 (HUGH 1 )

679. (8) Eliza Elmira Bogle, (b. Feb. 22, 1833, "Rural Cottage,"

m. Jan. 7, 1858, "Rural Cot- O.
tage," O. (d. Apr. 24, 1906, Tacoma, Wash

680. David Steele Johnston, (b. Nov. 3, 1835, Adams Co., O.

(d. Aug. 11, 1913, Tacoma, Wash.

Dealer in Musicial Instruments, Etc., on Pacific Coast.

"We have here the passing of a victor. You know that this
is the Christian's death, to slip away from this earthly scene into
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a glorious event. His deep interest in, and active work for,
Whitworth College, of which he was vice-president, chairman of
the faculty committee, and counsellor, is known to you all. All
that was good, pure and best in him let us follow, for he has
given to the world that which will live after him.'' — From Tribute
paid by his intimate friend. Dean McKay.

CHILDREN— JOHNSTON (D. S.).

ELIZA 3 ( SARAH 2 HUGH 1 )

681. (1) James Stewart Johnston, (b. Oct. 4, 1858, Cedarville, O.

m. Oct., 1881, Winchester, Ky., (d. Aug. 11, 1889.

682. Lula May Taylor, (b. Winchester, Ky.

683. (2) Rev. Howard Agnew John- (b. June 25, 1860, Cedarville, O.

ston, D. D., Ph. D,


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