Charles Miller Clingan, 1820–
|Birth|| about 1820
|Death of a paternal grandmother||Jane Black|
August 3, 1822 (aged 2 years)
|Death of a sister||Sara Jane Clingan|
August 21, 1822 (aged 2 years)
|Birth of a brother||Thomas J. Clingan|
about 1824 (aged 4 years)
|Death of a father||William Clingan|
October 27, 1825 (aged 5 years)
|Death of a paternal grandfather||William Clingan|
December 16, 1826 (aged 6 years)
|Marriage||Marie Theresa Brooks — View this family|
March 14, 1843 (aged 23 years)
|Death of a brother||Thomas J. Clingan|
April 12, 1850 (aged 30 years)
|Birth of a daughter||A. Louise Clingan|
March 12, 1864 (aged 44 years)
5 yearsyounger brother
Marriage: March 14, 1843 — Chester, Pennsylvania, USA
Was a physician 1840-1844.
I do not know yet how this Clingan fits into my line.
He appears in DAR REcord No. 12185
Records show that a Charles Clingan was the iron master of the Hopewell Iron Furnace of Birds boro, PA in the early 1800s.
!BIRTH: 18 Mar 1820, Chester, PA. Source of this information is from "Encyclopedia of PA Biograph ies" where he has a brief biography writen on him.
!MARRIAGE: Maria Therese Brooks. This taken from DAR Record No. 12185. the "Village Record" dated March 28, 1843 reads: "Marriage at Hopewell on tuesay, March 14t h by Rev. Levi Bull, Charles M. Clingan M.D. of chester County to Maria Theresa, daughter o f Clement Brooke, Berks County."
!DEATH: 27 Mar 1875. Source is the same as for his birth.
!OCCUPATION AND OTHER NOTES: Charles M. Clingan was a physician from 1840-1844 in Chester County. Records show that a Charles Clingan was the iron master of the Hopewell Iron Furnace of Birds boro, PA in the early 1800s. This could be him.