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Claypoolr Coat of Arms.



THE CLAYPOOLE FAMILY IN AMERICA



VOLUME III



COMPILED BY



EVELYN CLAYPOOL BRACKEN



ESTHER (PAULUS) CLAYPOOL



WALLACE LIONEL CLAYPOOL



ASSISTED BY



ARTHUR M. HURST



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AURORA, ILL., 1973



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DEDICATED TO
ARTHUR M. HURST
Son of
FRANCIS MARION & ELIZABETH (CLAYPOOL) HURST
(pp. ^+52, 453)



AND

MANY OTHERS RECOGNIZED THROUGHOUT THE BOOK

(COLLECTIVELY A VALUABLE CONTRIBUTION)



AND
ESTHER (PAULUS) CLAYPOOL
WHOSE UNTIRING EFFORTS MADE THIS VOLUME POSSIBLE

(pp. 336-337)



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THE CLAYPOOLE FAMILY IN AMERICA

Pa^e

TABLE OF CONTENTS! VOLUME III 307

CLAYPOOL MANOR, NORTHBOROUGH, ENGLAND 3O8

TOMB OF JAMES CLAYPOLE, ESQ 309

PICTURE OF EVELYN CLAYPOOL BRACKEN , . . 3IO

INTRODUCTION 311-312

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH & EDITH (WARD) CLAYPOOLE 313_4i+9

PICTURES OF AUTHORS UU9a

LETTER BY ARTHUR M. HURST kUQd

DESCENDANTS OF JAMES CLAYPOOLE, III (B. 1701) of Virginia ^+50-588

GARWOOD-CLAYPOOLE-HOLLENBECK ANCESTRY 589-595

ADDITIONAL DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH CLAYPOOLE (JAMES) 596-602

"BETSY ROSS" CLAYPOOLE 6O3-604

BIRTHS, ARMSTRONG CO., PA. (CONT'D. FROM VOL. II) 605

MARRIAGES, INDIANA COUNTY, PA 605

POEM BY NELSON OLIN CLAYPOOL 606

INDEXi CLAYPOOL(E) GIVEN NAMES 607-628

INDEX « SURNAMES 629-6iH

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS & REFERENCES 642

THE CLAYPOOLE NAME

"The name Claypool is derived from the locality from which the name
originated; probably taken from the parish of Claypole, County of Lincoln,
Eng'land. In ancient English and early American records the name appeared
in variant spellings of Claypole, Claypol, Cleypole, Calipole, Cleipoole,
with modifications of these but Claypool and Claypoole are the forms in
evidence in America." (Media Research Bureau)



307



CLAYPOOL MANOR




ANCESTRAL HOME, NORTHBOROUGH, ENGLAND
PURCHASED BY JAMES CLAYPOLE, ESQ., 1572
FOR L5.000

CLAYPOLE MANOR, ANCESTRAL HOME OF THE CLAYPOOLES , is located about
85 miles North of London, just North of Peterborough, Northampton Co.,
Eng:land. "The remains of the manor-house, built by Geoffrey de la Mare
13^0, consist chiefly of the ground-floor of the gatehouse and the hall
of the house; the hall is now much subdivided, but at the west end three
original doorways, with ogee-arched heads enriched with crockets and the
ball-flower ornament, remain. It still retains its original crocketed
gable, culminating in an octagonal chimney at the west end, and a cornice
embellished with the ball-flower. It was here that Cromwell's widow died,
as also did Mrs. Cleypole, his favorite daughter, who was buried in Henry
VII 's chapel at Westminster Abbey. (Cassell's Gazeteer of Great Britain
and Ireland, 1897, Vol. N-S, p. 36)

James Cleypole, Esq., who purchased the mansion in 1572, was the great-
grandfather of the three Claypoole brothers who came to America in the
seventeenth century. His son, Adam Claypole, Esq. married Lady Dorothy,
daughter of Sir Robert Wingfield, and his wife, Elizabeth Cecil, sister
of Lord Burleigh, Prime Minister of England during the reign of Queen
Elizabeth. Adam's son. Sir John Claypole, Knight of Latham, inherited the
manor and lands of Norborough, and thirty- two acres, part of Waldram Parks,
upon his marriage to Mary (Marie) Angell, daughter of William Angell, Esq.
of London. One of their sons, Lord General John Claypole, married Elizabeth
Cromwell, daughter of Oliver Cromwell. Three other sons, Edward, Norton
and James Claypole, came to America.



308




TOMB OF JAMES CLAYPOLE, ESQ. (d. 1599)

CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW, NORTHBOROUGH, ENGLAND

In his "Memoirs of the Protectorate House of Cromwell," Mark Noble
begins his history of the family of James Claypole, Esq., who was buried
at Northborough, Oct. l6, 1599. "To his memory is erected a very magnifi-
cent monument in the chancel of that church; the coat of arms appears
thrice upon it... but not other inscription than, 'All good blessings unto
man, cometh of the free gift of God. ' The sentence seems to allude to
his gratitude to Providence for his singular good fortune."

"The Church was restored 1893... One tomb, dated 159^. is supposed to be
that of Oliver cromwell's widow (d. I655) ; there is also an inscribed
floor-stone to Martha, daughter of John Cleypole (d. I663)." (Cassell's
Gazetter of Great Britain and Ireland, I897, Vol. N-S, p. 36)

"Northborough (St. Andrew) a parish in the soke of Peterborough, County
of Northampton, 1 3/k miles (S.E. by S.) from Market-Deeping, containing
227 inhabitants. The living is a rectory in Archdeaconry of Northampton,
and diocese of Peterborough value in the King's Books at 10 pounds 19
shillings 7 pence? present net income 373 pounds. It is in the patronage
of the Dean and Chapter of Peterborough. The church has a fine admixture
of the Norman and the various later styles of English architecture and
contains a monument with other memorials to the family of Claypole, of
whome John married Elizabeth, daughter of Oliver cromwell, who created
him a baronet in I657, and made him master of the Horses, and a Lord of
the Bedchamber. (taken from Book 22 Topographic Dictionary of England,
Lewis Vol. Ill L-R Public Records Office, Chancery Lane, London WC-2,
Englajid. )



309




EVELYN CLAYPOOL BRACKEN



310



INTRODUCTION

All credit for the actual publication of THE CLAYPOOLE FAMILY IN
AMERICA must go to Evelyn Claypool Bracken, 1^+80 Water St., Indiana, Pa.
Following publication of her first two volumes, an article appeared in
her local newspaper from which the following is essentially taken.

"For the past seven years, Mrs. Perry Bracken has spent every availa-
ble minute submerged in study to unravel the intricate labyrinth of her
Claypool family tree. She has expended thousands of hours digging in
the archives of many Pennsylvania County seats and has digested family
information from sources in every state. The result of her labors is
chronicled on 312 packed pages bound within two volumes that might be
considered by many geneologists the definitive work on the Claypool family
in America. . .When Mrs. Bracken says 'It was a long, hard job,* the
understatement is obvious.

"She indicates that the work was initiated as a project for the
Daughters of the American Revolution in which she set about to trace her
earliest male ancestor who fought in the Revolutionary War... But Mrs.
Bracken's journey did not end there; for the DAR project had not sparked
her interest in the Claypool lineage, it had just rekindled an interest
that had been smoldering since childhood. .. Thus, the seven-year odyssey
was launched and continued to progress as Mrs. Bracken made contact
with persons throughout the country and exchanged information with more
than 200 correspondants accumulating information on nine generations
of Claypools.

"For Mrs. Bracken, having received a masters degree in business
from Bucknell University and having retired from teaching at Pennsyl-
vania State University and Florida Southern College in 19^+6, research
is not a new experience. . .By long, intensive searches through deed
transfers and death records, newspapers, in esoteric ledgers and jour-
nals in libraries and county offices throughout more than 30 states,
the labyrinth dissolved and the branches of the family tree grew and
burgeoned until more than 4,600 ancestors had been accounted for and
recorded. . .as the Claypools began to emerge as an integrated family,
the explorers time and time again discovered Claypool personalities
that stand out in Pennsylvania and American history.

•For example, in addition to family father James, whose historic
accolades include the fact that his name is the first that appears on
the Pennsylvania Charter and that he reportedly was William Penn's best
friend, there was David Chambers Claypoole, James' great-grandson and
Mrs. Bracken's great-great-great-uncle, who owned the first daily news-
paper in America. . .David Chambers Claypoole, who was the brother of
James Jr., the Armstrong County settler, printed the original copies of
the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States
and George Washington's Farewell Address, which was given to the printer
personally by Washington.

"Another distinguished Claypoole of the past would be James, grand-
son of the family founder, the earliest native artist of Pennsylvania,
whose speciality was portrait painting. He, who is Mrs. Bracken's great-
great-great-grandfather, was the father-in-law of artist James Peale...

(continued on next page)



311



INTRODUCTION

"Not to be fors;otten is the second cousin of Mrs. Bracken's great-
^reat-great-grandfather who had a very intimate relationship with Betsy
Ross of Flaff-making fame. Far from being the 'black sheep' of the family,
second cousin John Claypoole was Betsy's third husband...

"Major collaborators and contributers, as indicated in the prefaces
of her volumes, are Wallace Lionel Claypool of Aurora, 111; Arthur M.
Hurst of Chicago, 111; and Dr. Margaret Claypool Willoughby of Arlington,
Texas. . .

"Also contributing to the rendition of the Claypoole past as an
almost living legacy were the journals and personality of her great uncle.
Nelson Olin Claypool, who, until his death in 1952, wrote poetry and
chronicled salient features of the lives of James Claypoole, Jr. and
his descendants..." (By Tim Kinter, Staff Writer, Indiana Evening
Gazette , Indiana, Pa. ,

History is an account of what has been accomplished by people as a
whole, how they met their hardships and problems and their contribution
for future generations. Geneological and family histories are in general
demand, sought for in libraries across the coiintry and foreign lands.

And why not? In all families, there have been talented and out-
standing individuals who helped our ancestors brave the suffering and
hardships of the day. There are inspiring records to perpetuate the
memory of those to whom honor is due; they tell of people who from
humble circumstances have achieved prominence in many phases of endeavor;
and they tell of young men whose plans and ambitions were interrupted
at their country's call — many not to return, And we are proud of the
vast majority whose names do not stand out in history, but only by their
courage and devotion has our achievements been accomplished.

Claypools now living and generations of the future will be grate-
ful and indebted to Evelyn and those who have assisted her in making
this family history available. She has acknowledged the extensive help
from Mr. Arthur Hurst, without which this comprehensive geneology would
not have been possible. The collection of this information, arranging
the names in the appropriate places has been no easy task — that this
has required much time and labor no one can doubt. In view of the magni-
tude of the work, errors must have crept in, though we hope they are
but few, Any additional family information can be referred to her or
us for our files in case a revision is made at some future time.

This volume continues with the descendants of immigrant James
Claypoole, who came to Philadelphia in I683, through his son Joseph of
Philadelphia and grandson, James Claypoole, III of Virginia. The
Claypooles in this volume are mainly descendants of James Claypoole, Jr.
of Armstrong Co., Pa., a grandson of Joseph; and James, John, and Joseph
sons of James Claypool, III of Virginia.

Our sincere thanks to all those who helped in any way.

312 ^



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH CLAYPOOLE
10th Gen.
(Cont'd, from Vol I, p. 113)

1. NANCY ELIZABETH MAXWELL (Mary Belle Claypoole-James E. -James-
George-James-James-Joseph-James) was born 1905. Married 9/29/1929
Albert Rose, b. 1901 died I96I. Lived in Middletown, Ohio.
Childj

2. Albert Edward, Jr. b. 11/2V1939

3. MARY LOUISE MAXWELL ( Mary Belle Claypoole-James E. -James-
George-James-James-Joseph-James) was born 1910, Married 19^1 James
Edward Ryan, born 1912 Addresst P.O. Box 67, Chester, Va. 23837..
(Mrs. Albert Rose)
Childresi

k. James Edward, Jr. b. 19^^^-
5. .(Betsy) Elizabeth b. 19^5

6. WILLIAM THOMAS MAXWELL (Mary Belle Claypoole-James E. James-
George-James-James-Joseph-James) was born 1913 Married 1937i
Elsie Margaret Gage, born 191^+. (Mrs. Rose)
Child:

7. Shirley Newton (Adopted) m. Thomas Allen

8. ROBERT JAMES MAXWELL (Mary Belle Claypoole-James E. -James-
George-James-James-Joseph-James) was born 1917, married 19^+1,
Joan Craig,. Me had been in Houston helping install a new systems-
analysis program at the Houston plant of Armco Steel. He was or. the
first leg of a trip home to Chicago when the Braniff plane crashed
and burned on May 3t 1968. (Mrs. Albert Rose)

m. sue boxwell



Childreni






9. Thomas Craig


b.


19^2


10. Barbara Anne


b.


19^7


11. William James


b.


1952



12, JAMES BOYD RAYBURN, JR. (Margaret Frances Claypoole-James E. James-
George-James-James-Joseph-James) was born I9O8 m. Isabel Whammond,
Addressi 57 Pearl St., Wellsboro, Pa. (Mrs. Albert Rose)
Childreni

13. James Richard b. 19^+0 m. Candace Ruth

Ik. .David Boyd b. 19^8

15. MARY ELIZABETH CLAYPOOLE (John N. -James E. -James-George-James-
James-Joseph-James) was born 5/30/1915 Married 10/12/1938 Howard
Davis Bladridge b. 5/17/1915. (Mrs. Albert Rose)
Children:

16. Betty Kay b. 12/1 3/19^+1

17. Beverly Hall b. 5/19/19^'+ m. Warren Lewis

18. Howard Davis b. VlO/1950

19. BARBARA HALL CLAYPOOLE (John N. -James E. -George-James-James-Joseph-
James) was born I/I8/19I7 m. 8/lO/l9'+0 Francis Owen Mahery, Jr.
Address. R.D. 1, Circle Drive, S.W. Athens, Tenn. 37303. (Mrs Albert
Rose)

Childreni , , „ ^•

20. F. Owen, III b. 5/ll/l9'+l m. Karen June Martin

21. Barbara Ann b. 11/29/19^+2 m. William E. Drake

313



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH CLAYPOOLE
10th Gen.
19. BARBARA HALL CLAYPOOLE (continued)

22. John Patrick b. 12/iyi9^5

23. Mary Elizabeth b. 6/10/19^9

Zk. Janette Claypoole b. 12/11/1953; died at birth
25. Joan Claypoole b. 9/2V1955

26. JAl.'JES ARTHUR CLAYPOOLE JR. (James A. -James E. -James-George-James-

James-Joseph-James)was born 5/29/1912. Married Virginia Kiep, born
1915. (Mrs. Albert Rose, Middletovm, Ohio to Evelyn Bracken)
childi
27. Thomas Arthur(Adopted) b. 19'^-5 m. Adele Novellob

28. DR. RBT. M. KISKADDON( Nancy Greta Claypoole-James E. -James-George-

James-James-Joseph-Jaraes)was born I916. Married Joyce Lower Hagness,
bom 1917. (Mrs. Greta Kiskaddon) He is a Medical Doctor.
Children! (All in Medical School, 1972)

29. Barbara b. m. Capt. Donald Riley

30. Robert McKee b. 19^6

31. James Claypoole b. 19'4-8

32. Bruce Magness b. 19^9

33. DOROTHY L. CLAYPOOLE (Samuel R. -James-Jaraes-George-Jaraes-James-

Joseph-James)was bom I9I8. Married 19^3. Dwight I. Auman(Mrs Albert
Rose)
Childreni
3^4.. David L. b. 19^8

35. Lester W. b. 1950

36. Nancy J. b. 1951; d. 1958

37, JAMES HARTLEY CLAYPOOL( James V, -George H. -James-George- James- Jaraes-
Joseph-James)was bom 9/19/1921. Married Nancy Heinbach. Lives in
Duluth, Minn. (Mrs. David Claypool, Duluth, Minn, to Evelyn Bracken)
Childreni

38. Charlene b. 11/19/19^5 m. 8/31/1968,

Lawrence N. Hansen

39. James H. Jr. b. 11/1/19^8

40. Carlyle b. 6/25/I952
Al. Daniel Vemer b. 10/2/1953
kZ. David Woodward b. 8/11/1958

43. DAVID WOODWARD (James V. -George-James-George-James-James-Joseph-

James)was bom 3/30/1925. Married (l)Katherine (2)Mary Graham. She
has a son, Charles Wm. Graham by a previous marriage. Live in Duluth
Minn. (Mrs. David Claypool and Evelyn Bracken, Indiana, Pa.)
Children of 1st marriagei Chas. Wm. Graham — b. I2/27/I95I. (Step-son_

44. Sandra b. 3/8/1948

45. Will Washbum b. 5/22/1950

46. Jennifer b. 5/15/1953

47. Martha b. IO/16/1956

48. VERA MAE KLINE(Lottie Long-Rebecca Claypoole-Abraham-George-James-
James-Joseph-James^was bom I90I. Married Wm. A. Reed, Lives near
Kittanning, Pa. (Evelyn Bracken, Indiana, Pa.)
Childi
49. Mildred b. m. Carl Trudgen

50. EDGAR HALL BOUCH(Elizabeth Bowser-Geo. -Isabelle Claypoole-Geo. -
James-James-Joseph-James )was born IO/I/I915 in Armstrong Cp. ,Pa.
Married Alberta Rachel Dietrich, boan 11/13/1921.

314



DECENDANTS OF JOSEPH CLAYPOOLE
10th Gen.
50. EDGAR HALL BOUGH (continued)
Childreni

51. Pearl Irene b. 3/2/1950

52. Elsie May b. 9/23/1952

53. Mary Christine b. 12/25/1955

54. FREDDRICK BOUCh (Elizabeth Bowser-George-Isabelle Claypoole-George-
James-James-Joseph-James) was born 'J-/97l9lB in Armstrong Co., fa.
Married Gertrude Marie Kimmel, born 8/ll/l917. dau. of Edgar and
Emma (Shaffer) Kimmel. Res. Shelocta, Pa. He died 197i
Childj
55. Elizabeth Ann b. 1/21/1955

56. HAZEL IRENE BOUCH (Elizabeth Bowser-George-Isabelle Claypoole-George-
James-James-Joseph-James) was born 11/24/1913 in Armstrong Co., Pa.
Married Alvin D. Starr
Childj

57. Sally Ann b. 3/22/1945 m. James R Corbett

8/19/1967

58. JOHN KING (Isabella Evaline Claypoole-Samuel D. -James H. -Hezekiah-
James-James-Joseph-James) was born 4/8/1879 in Armstrong Co., Pa.;
died 2/21/1955 at Miami, Florida. Married 5/3/1900 at New Castle,
Pa., Lulu Smith, born 3/lO/l885» dau. of Thomas E. and Julia (Shraughren)
Smith. She died 11/13/1757 at Miami, Fla. He was a plasterer and spent
most of his life around Pittsburgh, Pa. Lived in Florida at time
of their 50th wedding Anniversary. (Records from Mrs. Thomas Mullens,
Lakeland Fla. )

b. .3/24/1901; d.1968 m. Winifred Reed
b. 3/1/1903 m. (1) Clarence Lash
(2)Harold Newman; (3 )Thomas Mullens
b. 2/21/1905; d. 6/7/1962 m. Catherine Boros
b.. 7/20/1907 m. James Henry Prescott
b, 12/26/1909 m. Loretta Reed
b. 4/10/1912 m..Ann Ruprecht
b. 12/12/1913 d. 11/17/1964 m.. Dorothy Neff
to. 7/30/1916; d. 12/10/1920
b. 5/4/19I8 (or 19)



Children:


59.


Calvin E.


60.


Leola (lola)


61.


Clyde Brown


62.


Eva (Evelyn)


63.


John


64.


Thomas E.


65.


Frederick


66.


Julia


67.


Sherwood Lewis



68 Chester Martin



b. 6/15/1921



69. SHERWOOD KING (Isabella E. Claypoole-Samuel
James-Joseph-James) was born 4/14/1884; die
Co., Pa. Married 8/27/1918, Bessie Claypool
(Campbell) Claypool; (2) 7/14/1927, Violet
died 11/13/1961. All buried in Union Baptis
a carpenter. (Bee. .from Mrs. John Cyhlich, K
Childreni

70, Harlene Lofraine



71. John Edward

72. Virginia Mae

73. Leola Belle

74. Henry George

75. Edith Irene

76. Diana Jeane

77. Alice Frances



m. Anabel McCoy

-James H. -Hezekiah-James-
d 7/18/1957 in Armstrong

dau. of Wallace and Sarah
Hillard, born 5/I8/I906;
t Church Cemetery. He was
ittanning Pa. )



b.


11/30/29


m. (l)Kenneth Koss
(2)John Oyktich


b.


11/30/1931


m. Alice Mae Rice


b.


.8/28/1934


m. Clair Raymond Snyder


b.


8/22/1937


m. Lee Riley Chaffin


b.

b.


12/4/1940
4/30/1943


m. Phylis Louise Croyle
m. James Richard iMatz


b.


10/8/1945;
3/26/1948


d. 10/30/1945


b.


m. Oscar Chaffin


315





DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH CLAYPOOLE
10th Gen.
CHARLES KINGdsabella E. Claypoole-Samuel-James H. -Hezekiah-James-
James-Joseph-James)was born II/16/I89I; died 11/11/1971; married
ll/lS/1930. Grace Daugherty, dau. of Rbt. & Mary E. (Sinith)Daugherty,
born 6/19/191'+. He served in WW I with Canadian Army. They live near
Indiana. (Evelyn Bracken)
Childreni
79. Thomas Leland
Patricia
Rozella

(Childi Lisa Marie
Loretta Ruth
Timothy
Brenda



80.
81.

82.

83.

8U.



b. 5/21/1933

b. 10/Vl9'+'+

b. 6/17/19^7
b. 8/6/1971)

b. 11/18/19^9

b. 5/2V195I

b. 1/26/195^



m. Geraldine Pelace

m. Roy Wagner

m. Nick Krisko

m. Dale Hazlett



THOMAS HENRY KING(Isabe
James- James- Jo seph-Jame
Armstrong: Co., Pa. Marri
& Mary (Claypool)Claypo
served in WW I with the
Childrent

86. Iva Annabel

87. Janet Marie

88. Henry Ward

89. Margie Caroline

90. Joseph Franklin

91. Sherwood Fern

92. Chester Gordon



11a E. Claypoole-Samuel- James H-Hezekiah-
s)was born 12/12/1893; died 9/28/1955 in
ed 11/26/1919. Alice Claypool, dau. of James
ol, born 8/25/I896. She was a teacher. He
Canadian Army. (Mrs. Henry King, Kittanning Pa.)

b. 8/1^^1920 m. Nelson P. Charles

b. 9/1/1922; d. 5/29/1966 unmarried

b. 3/11/192'+ m. Beatrice Willyard

b. 7/5/1926 m. Leonard Julian

b. 9/16/1930 ra. Joy Deana Lockhart

b. 1/6/1935 m. Nancy Callahan

b. 1/15/1939 m. Sonia Jean Bain



GEORGE SAMUEL KINGdsabella E. Claypoole-Samuel-James-Hezekiah-
James-James- Joseph- James) was born V19/1899; died 1930. Married
Pearl Cousins, dau. of and Mary (Bowser)Cousins. (Mrs. Cousins
married (2)Hiram Claypool, son of Wallace & Sarah(Campbell)Claypool. )
He served with the Canadian Army in WW I. (Mrs. John Cytick)
Childreni 9^. Hiram b. 10/12/1923



95. Hajinah Evelyn

96. Marybell



b. 1/17/1925
b. 3/9/1926



m. (l)Alvera Chemelli

(2)Sadie Grates
ra. James R. Gray
m. Gilbert Moody



EMILY ANN CLAYPOOLE (James B. -Samuel-James H. -Hezekiah- James- James-
Joseph- James) was bom 8/9/I889. Married 9/29/191^. Miles Roy
Grantz, born 1886, son of John & MaryCKlingensmith)Grantz of
Bethel Twp. , Armstrong Co. , Pa. (Harold Claypool, Vandergrift)
Childreni

98. Miles Albert b. Il/l6/l915; d. 2/7/1916

99. Ruby Alma b. l/25/l917j d. 6/29/1917

100. Roy Benton b. 7/15/1918

101. Ray Franklin b. 2/28/1920
Daniel Blair b. 9/29/1921
Donald Russel b. 12/27/1924 j
Violet May b. 5/l/l926



102.
103.
lOi*.



105. Emily Rose



b. 5/11/1929; d.



m. Hazel Irene Wilson
m. Mary Eva McDivitt
m. Marion Alvera Bruner

9/7/1925

m. Ernest P. McDivitt
5/30/1929



106. HAROLD EDWARD CLAYPOOLE (James B. -Samuel-James H. -Hezekiah-James-

James-Joseph-James)was born 5/26/1903; d. 1966j Married 10/27/1927,
Goldie Rosella Rupert, born 2/20/1911. He was a steel worker. Owned
the razor that belonged to Oliver Cromwell Claypool, grandson of
Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector of England. Lives near Vandergrift
Pa.

316



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH CLAYPOOLE
10th Gen.



106.



113.



121.



126.



128.



HAROLD EDWARD CLAYPOOLE (Continued)
Childreni

107. Betty Luella b.

108. Mary Lorraine b.

109. James Lyman b.

110. Harold Edward b.



111.
112.



10/26/1928 m. Arthur J. Wm. Blair

9/5/1931; d. 9/5/1931

6/22/1933; d. 6/2/1936

9/7/1936 m. Brenda Joyce

Hunkhouser IO/II/69
Isabel Credilla b. 11/20/1938; d. 11/24/1938
Shirley Marie b. 11/21/1939 m. Geo. Vernon Cravener



S. EARL JOHNS (Pauline Claypoole-Samuel-James H. -Hezekiah-James-
James-Joseph-James)was born 6/22/1884 in Armstrong Co., Pa. Died
1954. Married 9/l4/l910, Alda Lynne Fonner, dau. of Dumont Charles
& Laura Ann(Ross) Fonner.
Childreni



114.


Durward Kent


b.


9/15/1912


m. Harriett Allen


115.


Edward Olin


b.


d. at 2


yrs. of age


116.


Glenda Norine


b.


7/5/1915; d.


, 8/20/1951
m. Ernest Corbin


117.


Arnold E.


b.


2/27/19I8


m. Ruby Lee Beamer


118.


Paul Keith


b.


12/27/1919
6/21/1921


m. Margaret Hervick


119.


Ivan Ross


b.


m. Melba Inman


120.


S. Earl, Jr.


b.


3/17/1927


m. Molly Helmheckel



Childreni




122. Wade B:


b.


123. Bernice


b.


124. LaMoine


b.



EDWIN E. JOHNS(Pauline Claypoole-Samuel-James H. -Hezekiah-James-
James-Joseph-James)was born in Armstrong Co.,Pa.j died ?
Married 4/ /I9II Iva Belle, dau. of (John Ditts) Lived at
Adrian, Pa.

m. June Elder
m. Harry Elder
d. 1959 m. Lois
(Both killed in an airplane accident-no children)
125. Max Frederick b. m. (1) Katherine Alban

(2) Blanche

HAROLD WEBSTER CLAYPOOL(S. Webster-Samuel-James H. -Hezekiah-James-
James-Joseph-James)was born 4/12/1899; Married 10/11/1924,
Gertrude Cox, born IO/28/I898. Address; 235 Lima Rd. Poland,
Ohio. 44512. He died 1/11/1971. (Mrs. Clair Van Patten)
Child:
127. Virginia Ann (adopted) b. 3/1/1937 m. Earl Balfour Toy
(Childi Susan Elaine b. I2/2/1969)

ORMOND WM. CLAYPOOL(S. Webster-Samuel-James H. -Hezekiah-James-
James-Joseph-James)was born 6/19/1904. Retired Metalurgist. res,
20653 Kensington Ct. , Southfield, Mich. 48076
Children;

129. Thomas Hawthorne b. 2/26/1933 m. Patricia Miles

130. Samuel Joseph b. 7/3/1937 Teacher



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DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH CLAYPOOLE
10th Gen.

VEIirlA ELIZABETH CLAYPOOL(S. Webster-Samuel-James-Hezekiah-James-
James-Joseph- James) was born 10/29/1903; in Butler, Pa. Married
6/27/1942, Clair Wm. VanPatten, bom 5/l0/l904. died 8/9/l969i
She works in the Clerk of Courts Office, Co. Courthouse, Kercer,
Pa. res. I63 Walnut St., Sharpsville, Pa.



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