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US Civil War Soldiers flag  Thomas Mitchell  MCCLURE

  (b. 14 September 1840Murray County, Georgia, USA   d. 11 March 1916Alto, Cherokee, Texas, USA )  

Thomas Mitchell MCCLURE was born 14 September 1840 in Murray County, Georgia, USA. Thomas Mitchell MCCLURE was the child of Joseph A MCCLURE and Patience Elizabeth MCCLAIN

He married  Mary Elizabeth SINGLETARY .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Mary Elizabeth SINGLETARY  was born 13 July 1846 in Rankin County, Mississippi, USA .  She died 5 April 1920 in Alto, Cherokee, Texas, USA .  She was the daughter of Thomas Henry SINGLETARY and Margaret Ann (Peggy) HARRISON.

Thomas Mitchell MCCLURE died 11 March 1916 in Alto, Cherokee, Texas, USA.
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Thomas Mitchell MCCLURE married flag Mary Elizabeth SINGLETARY-- Place: 
Mary Elizabeth SINGLETARY was the daughter of Thomas Henry SINGLETARY and Margaret Ann (Peggy) HARRISON

flag Murtie Martelia MCCLURE (b.23 September 1885, , Texas, USA  d. 22 September 1964, , New Mexico, USA)

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1885 Birth of Child
Murtie Martelia MCCLURE was born 23 September 1885, , Texas, USA

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Mount Zion Cemetery Alto Cherokee County Texas, USA
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