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Subject: [SCOBEE-L] SCOBY SCRIBE VOLUME 3 ISSUE 3 DATED JUNE, 1985
Date: Sat, 17 Apr 1999 20:25:08 -0500
BIOGRAPHY OF NORITTA MAY BOGGS MCCLELLON
Noritta spent the first ten years of her life in Dos Palos in the great,
hot, San Joaquin Valley. As her father worked in construction the family
moved around California, but Noritta finished high school in Fresno and
then graduated from the Licensed Vocational Nursing program at Fresno
City College. She also received her A.A. degree in general education.
Bob McClellon's brother was dating Noritta's sister, and thus Bob and
Noritta met in 1959 in Fresno. After their marriage they lived in Orland
for two years, then moved to Los Banos where they have lived since. Bob
and Noritta have four children.
--Christy Lynn b 2-25-1961 is a college student and works for the Parks
and Recreation at the San Luis Dam.
--Robert David McClellon, Jr., b 6-27-1963 is a college student working
--James Dee McClellon b 4-23-1965 is also a working student.
--Joseph Edwin, b 12-4-1972 is in the 6th grade.
Noritta is temporarily working as an office assistant with the
California Department of Transportation but hopes to return to
Anyone connecting with Noritta may write her at 12313 South Santa Fe
Grade Road Los Banos, CA 93635
SCOBY LINEAGE OF NORITTA MAY BOGGS MCCLELLON
NORITTA MAY BOGGS b 2-17-1940 Dos Palos, Merced Co., CA; m 2-25-1960
Clovis, Fresno Co., CA to ROBERT DAVID McCLELLON.
Noritta's father is JAMES A. BOGGS , b 1-25-1917 Oklahoma City and
County, OK; m 4-1936 Merced City and County CA to MARTHA LOIS LORING.
Noritta's grandfather was TOLBERT JAMES BOGGS, b 5-16-1895 Wise or Cooke
Co., TX; m 6-23-1915 Gainesville, Cooke Co., TX to LEONA BRISTOW; d
12-8-1938 Monterey City and County, CA.
Noritta's gr grandfather was CHARLES BOGGS, b 3-1868 Cooke Co., TX; m
3-19-1887 Gainesville, Cooke Co., TX to MARY E. PARSONS; d 9-14-1913
Gainesville, Cooke Co., TX.
Noritta's gr gr grandfather was JOHN W. BOGGS, b 1825 Clark Co., KY; m
9-10-1846 Grayson Co., TX to MARGARET ELIZABETH HILL; d 1869 near
Breckenridge, Stephens Co., TX
Noritta's gr gr gr grandfather was HARVEY BOGGS, b 1802; m 12-3-1821
Clark Co., KY to PHOEBY LEGGITT; d 1857 Gainesville, Cooke Co., TX
Noritta's gr gr gr gr grandfather was CHARLES BOGGS b 1770-75 in VA; m
8-22-1801 Clark Co., KY to ANN SCOBY; d 1838-40.
Noritta's gr gr gr gr gr grandfather was JOHN SCOBEE.
Anyone "connecting" with Noritta may write her at: 12313 South Santa Fe
Grade Road Los Banos, CA 93635.
WASHINGTON STATE DEATH INDEX 1940--1980
Bryan J. Scobie 6-27-1978
Margaret E. Scobie 6-27-1978
Augusta M. Scobey 5-29-1977
Mayo R. Scobee 4-18-1975
Maude J. Scoby 8/16/1968
Eva Scobie 7/22/1964
Frances S. Scobee 3/05/1962
Theresa Scoby 8/11/1960
Byron Scobey 11/15/1960
Robert Scoby 11/14/1955
Robert Scobie 8/03/1950
George Scobie 11/24/1950
Elizabeth Scobie 10/04/1947
Anna Scobey 5/31/1947
Myrtle Scobey 9/18/1946
Robert Scobie 2/05/1942
Faith Scobie 8/03/1940
MARY SCOBY married JOHN MCCURDY who was from Northern Ireland and who
settled in the southern part of Dunbarton, NH.
(abstracted from p. 212 John Poore and His Descendants by Alfred Poore,
published by the author, Salem, Mass. 1881.)
MARGARET SCOBEY married JOHN SELOVER issue: JOHN SELOVER b 1790.
(abstracted from p. 195 Ancestry of William Sperry Beinecke by Paul
Prindle, VanDyck printing Co., North Haven, Conn. 1974.)
A FAMILY RECORD
Isaiah G. Scobey married Martha Voorhees, a cousin of Senator Voorhees
of Indiana; died 1895 at Mt. Carmel, Indiana. They had three sons:
1. THREW SCOBEY, a farmer, married leaving two daughters, ALTIE SCOBEY
and CATTIE SCOBEY (Should that be Carrie?), who married brothers
(STEWART) Indianapolis, Indiana. One son died in youth, without heir. 2.
FRANK SCOBEY, farmer, divorced; one daughter.
3. JAMES E. SCOBEY (See below). They also had two daughters: ELIZABETH
CUNINGHAM, b Mt. Carmel, died Indianapolis, IN leaving two sons, CHARLES
AND SCOBEY CUNNINGHAM and one daughter, MARTHA CUNNINGHAM,
Indianapolis. MARTHA GATES born Mt. Carmel died Greensburgh leaving two
sons, HOWARD AND IRVING GATES.
JAMES E. SCOBEY born Mt. Carmel, IN 1850 d Oct. 24, 1926 Kansas City,
married SOPHIA DARE, daughter of JOHN DARE, farmer of Mt. Carmel. At
marriage made home at Greensburgh, IN as partner in hardware firm of
Hamilton and Scobey. Moved to Columbus, OH in 1882 as state agent for
John Deere Plow Co. Moved to Kansas City, MO in 1896 as Western Agent
for P.P. Mast Co., later agent for Sayers Scobill Co. He had 2 sons:
JESSE C. SCOBEY (see below) and EARLE SCOBEY, born Greensburgh 1875 died
1879. He had one daughter, LAURA LILLIAN SCOBEY, b Greensburgh, IN 1880
married at Kansas City to STANLEY G. STEWART. Home at 1415 Stratford
Road, Mission Hills, Kansas City.
JESSE C. SCOBEY, b Greensburgh, IN July 14, 1873, married Oct. 15, 1895
in Kansas City to LOLA MYRTLE WILFLEY, born at Sedalia, MO Mar 9, 1873,
daughter of REDMAN WILFLEY and MARIA LOUISA BAKER. Died 1895 Kansas
City, born in Kentucky. COLONEL REDMAN WILFLEY b April 30, 1825 in
Calloway Co., MO. Enlisted with Col. Doniphan in 1847 as interpreter in
the Mexican War. Married in 1848, he was in the "gold Rush" to
California in 1849. He joined the Confederate Army under Gen. Price and
commanded at the Battle of Pea Ridge. In 1864 established home in Kansas
City, MO and was a pioneer in Colorado silver mining at Kokomo, where
his son, A.R. Wilfley, invented the well known "Wilfley Concentrator".
Died 1910 Kansas City. Jesse C. Scobee, C.E. Degree from Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute of ChiPhi Fraternity, Class of 1895; made home at
Denver Co from 1897 to 1913. Partnership with A.R. WILFLEY in plant at
Cripple Creek, CO. dressing gold ore tailings. Member American Institute
of Mining Engineers, 1904-1924. General Manager Pride of the West M&M
Co. at Washington, Arizona. General Manager Colorado Zinc Co. Denver Co.
Invented the "Scobey Tailings Sampler". Vice President Virginia & Mexico
Mine and Smelter Corp at Cabrera, Mexico. Vice President henry E. Wood
Ore Testing Co. at Denver, CO. Moved to Pittsburgh in 1913 as Cons.
Engineer and Assist to the president of La Luz y Los Angeles Mining Co.
operating in Nicaragua. Home in New York City 1916-1925. Moved to
Elmira, NY 1926, Eclipse Machine Co. Division Bendix Aviation Co. One
surviving son, Wilfley Scobey.
WILFLEY SCOBEY born Kansas City, MO Sept. 27, 1896. Married RUTH DASH at
New haven, CT Dec 10, 1923. B.S. degree from Yale University; ChiPhi
Fraternity, Class of 1917. Enlisted as private in WW of 1917. Served in
France #1201668, New York State Engineers 27th Division. Cited for
commission as Lieutenant at Armistice. Vice President of S.W. Straus Co.
Investment Council established July 11, 1932. Home 3001 Valentine Ave.,
the Bronx, New York City. He has two sons, WILFLEY SCOBEY JR., b New
Haven, CT Aug 31, 1925 and ROBERT SCOBEY b Jan 13, 1935 New York City.
(written Nov 21, 1940 in Elmira, NY by Jesse C. Scobey)
CONTINUATION OF A FAMILY RECORD
JESSE SCOBEY died Dec. 20, 1941 in Elmira, NY. Lola Wilfley Scobey died
July 16, 1953 in Deep River, CT. Both lived in Elmira, NY
RUTH DASH SCOBEY died Sept. 19, 1958. WILFLEY SCOBEY died Sept. 28,
1965. Both buried in Deep River, CT.
WILFLEY SCOBEY, JR., killed in action, WWII on April 11, 1945 in Hague,
Germany. PFC WILFLEY SCOBEY, JR. 11092255 buried in US Military Cemetery
Wargarten Holland plot KK, Row 4, grave 76
ROBERT SCOBEY married EUGENIA CHRISTICE KONDOS (b Fall River, MA April
9, 1935) on May 29, 1960 in Morristown, NJ. Children: CYNTHIA ANN SCOBEY
b Dec. 23, 1960 Morristown, NJ; KATHERINE RUTH SCOBEY b Aug 5, 1962
Morristown, NJ; CHRISTINA LYNN SCOBEY b June 1, 1966 Morristown, NJ;
LAURA ATHENA SCOBEY b Aug 22, 1967 Morristown, NJ.
(written by Robert Scobey, son of Wilfley Scobey)
VOLUME 3 ISSUE 2, PAGE 5
1) SECOND COLUMN, THIRD PARAGRAPH, SHOULD READ: John, (not James) was
2) SECOND COLUMN, END: SHOULD READ continued on page 7.
STEPHEN H. SCOBEE
(FARMER AND STOCK-RAISER)
Mr. Scobee was born in Monroe County, July 20, 1845, of Frances Wood, of
South Carolina, and Capt. Stephen Scobee, a native of Kentucky. The
latter served as captain of militia during the drill times. He moved to
Missouri when a young man, entered land and improved a farm in Monroe
County, where he lived until his death in November, 1876. He was one of
the earlier settlers of the county. Of the children who grew to
maturity, Stephen H. was the fourth son. He has always lived in Monroe
County and is now one of its model farmers. He owns 360 acres of land
with 260 in meadow pasture and plow land. His improvements are
first-class and his orchard is especially fine. During the war Mr.
Scobee served for about nine months in Col. Pinnell's regiment. He was
on duty in Louisiana and Texas but was in no engagements. Upon the
cessation of the hostilities he returned to his home and in January,
1866, married Miss Bessie Scobee, daughter of Robert and Dulcina
(Norman) Scobee, of Monroe County. After this important event he went to
work in earnest as a farmer, and has met with the brightest success.
Every opening vista of life has been but a fresh and fair surprise. He
enjoys the cordial respect and good will of all who know him. Mr. and
Mrs. Scobee have six living children: Cena J., Minnie L., Thomas, Katie
F., Sallie S., and Christy C. Two died in infancy, Robert, aged 18
months, and Mattie aged three months. Mr. and Mrs. Scobee are members of
the Missionary Baptist Church.
(from History of Monroe and Shelby Counties, Missouri; National
Historical Company, St. louis, 1884, pp 497-98. Contributed by Ronald
TENNESSEE MARRIAGE RECORDS AND BONDS 1783-1870
HUGH SHERRILL m. JANE SCOBY 2-18-1829 Wilson County. Page 179
WILLIAM REESE m LAVINA SCOBY 9-11-1814 Wilson county. Page 105
FRANCIS PALMER m MARTHA SCOBY, license issued 12/3/1832 Wilson Co. P 19
JAMES THOMSON m MATILDA H. SCOBY 11-25-1819 Wilson County. page 298
HARVEY L. SCOBEY m PATSEY PARNELL 5-14-1821 Sumner Co. page 158
JOHN SCOBY bondsman for SEARCY/ALLOWAY marriage 1837 Wilson Co. p 163
JOSEPH SCOBY bondsman for PARRISH/MOTHERALL marr 1818 Sumner Co. p 27
(Tennessee Marriage Records and Bonds, 1783-1870, Volume 3, Southern
Historical Press, 1981.)
ENOS SCOBIE, native of Scotland, died 12-11-1807 in Demarary, age 23
JAMES SCOBIE died Boston (C.C. 9-28-1805)
JOHN SCOBIE, native of Scotland, d. in Salem age 59 (C.C. 7-30-1823)
MRS. LYDIA SCOBIE d. in Salem age 68 (C.C. 4-27-1833)
MARY SCOBIE, wife of Jas. Scobie, d. in Marblehead. (C.C. 11-14-1804)
(from index of Obituaries in Massachusetts Centennial and Columbian
Centennial, 1784-1840. Compiled by American antiquarian Society, Boston,
G.K. Hall Co., 1961, Vol. 4, p 3983.)
COLES COUNTY, ILLINOIS
>From the Detroit Society for Genealogical Research magazine, Vol. 24,
"Early Marriage Records of Coles County, Illinois":
p.163: 1-11-1846 RICHARD SCOBEY (?) AND ELIZABETH McGAHAN by Peter
p.114: 2-13-1842 RICHARD SCOBY and SYNTHA ELLEN WALKER by James Gill,
Know all men by these presents that we Charles Boggs and Robert Scobee
are held and firmly bound unto James Garrand Esq. and Governor of
Kentucky in the full sum of fifty pounds to which judgment will and
truly to be made to the said governor and his successors we bind
ourselves our heirs exrs and admrs jointly and severally firmly by this
presents sealed and dated this 22 day of Augst 18001 (sic). The
condition of the above obln is such that whereas there is a marriage
shortly intended to be hand (sic) and solemnized between the above bound
Charles Boggs and Ann Scoby it therefore (the following cannot be read,
but is believed to say: there be no lawful cause) to obstruct the same
the above obln to be void.
Certificate sworn to by Robert Scoby 22 August 1801 (filed) DSC
Mr. Bullock please to let Charls Bogs have licens for my daughter Ann
Scobee given under my hand and seal this 24th day of August 1801
John Scobee his John X Scobee mark
Thanks to Noritta Boggs McClellon who obtained this from Clark Co., KY
and shared it wit all of us.
BARRY COUNTY, MICHIGAN MARRIAGE RECORDS
1869 CHARLES SCOBIE AND SUSAN REASE book C page 19
1869 JOHN SCOBY AND ALMIRA SPENCER book c page 20
1883 FRANK SCOBEY AND ALICE MORSE book c page 211
1883 ELIZABETH SCOBY AND WALTER B. COLE book c page 201
1896 HARRY A. SCOBEY AND CORA HL WILLIAMS book d page 135
1897 MAUD SCOBEY AND GERALD JOSLIN book d page 151
1899 FLORENCE O. SCOBEY AND GEORGE J. LEE book d page 174
1899 MARGARET E. SCOBEY AND CHANCY WILLIAMS book d page 177
1911 WALTER B. SCOBEY AND MINNIE MYER book e page 40
1911 ELLA E. SCOBEY AND ALLEY ROY BURD book e page 38
1915 EDITH SCOBEY AND CLIFFORD CUNNINGHAM book e page 94
1916 FERNE L. SCOBEY AND HOMER R. CUNINGHAM book e page 99
1926 HARVEY R. SCOBEY AND EVAH D. COTTON book e page 227
1928 FLORENCE E. SCOBEY AND LEON A. PATTON book e page 299
1928 CORA SCOBEY AND OLIVER R. ROUSCH book e page 248
1931 ROBERT SCOBEY AND ARLENE ENGLE book e page 269
1939 MELVIN O. SCOBEY AND IRENE LEWIS book e page 331
1939 FLORENCE E. SCOBEY AND J. ELLIS GARLINGER book e page 330
1953 LOU ANNE SCOBEY AND CHARLES R. DeHAVEN book f page 119
1954 PHYLLIS J. SCOBEY AND EDWARD E. ANDERSON book f page 114
1954 DONNA L. SCOBEY AND WELBY J. SHERMAN book f page 117
1956 DAVID LEE SCOBEY AND SHERRY JOANN KURR book f page 136
1956 LaCRECIA SCOBEY AND WILLIAM A. ARENTZ book f page 145
1960 IRENE SCOBEY AND RAYMOND ELLSWORTH book f page 191
1962 GEORGE WILLIAM SCOBEY AND PEGGY MAY RICHTER book f page 222
1963 PHILIP SCOBEY AND HAZEL TYLER book f page 239
1964 SPENCER J. SCOBEY AND ELLEN I. ANDREWS book f page 256
1965 THOMAS SCOBEY AND LUCILLE MANNING book f page 278
1966 WILLIAM SCOBEY AND ROSELEEN STAMM book f page 289
1966 GEORGE WILLIAM SCOBEY AND IONE FITZGERALD book f page 289
1966 DOUGLAS JOHN SCOBEY AND LYNDA SUE GARITY book f page 295
1968 CLINTON ROBERT SCOBEY AND MAUREEN FAY MALTMAKER book 1968 page 17
1969 GLENN RUSSELL SCOBEY AND MARGARET ANN HAVENS book 1969 page 55
1970 MICHAEL COLIN SCOBEY AND KATHRYN ANN WAIT book 1970 page 143
1970 THOMAS R. SCOBEY AND BETTY J. CURTISS book 1970 page 381
1971 JOHN SCOBEY AND ALLIE WHITE book 1971 page 122
1972 RODERICK V. SCOBEY AND HELGA BACHMANN book 1972 page 264
1976 GEORGE SCOBEY AND CHRISTINA MORRIS book 1976 page 42
(Index to Marriages of Barry County, Michigan, 1839-1876, on microfilm)
1880 DAKOTA TERRITORY CENSUS
NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION BORN FATHER BORN MOTHER BORN
Brookings County, page 147
J. O'B Scobey 25 m attorney NY NY NY
Moody County page 42
CASSINS SCOBY 33 m farmer MI MI MI
JANE 22 f MN NY NY
EMMA 3 f MN MI MN
JOHN 2 m MN MI MN