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  1. 1.  Elizabeth MARTINElizabeth MARTIN was born 13 Mar 1812, Pennsylvania, USA; died 18 Jan 1870, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; was buried , Muddy Creek U. P. Church Cemetery, Butler County, Pennsylvania.

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    • _UID: 7BD82A457F090346A02A9BC2561CD479796F

    Elizabeth married Samuel MCCALL, Jr.. Samuel (son of Samuel MCCALL and Else DAVIS) was born 6 Aug 1806, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died 30 Mar 1850, Center TWP, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; was buried , Muddy Creek U. P. Church Cemetery, Butler County, Pennsylvania. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. 2. Angelina MCCALL  Descendancy chart to this point was born 1838, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
    2. 3. Naomi MCCALL  Descendancy chart to this point was born 1839, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
    3. 4. Allen MCCALL  Descendancy chart to this point was born 13 Jun 1840, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died 20 Nov 1919, Prospect, Butler County, PA; was buried , Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Prospect, PA.
    4. 5. Robert McKee MCCALL  Descendancy chart to this point was born 1843, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died 1915; was buried , North Side Cemetery, Butler, Butler Co., PA.
    5. 6. Samuel Robison MCCALL  Descendancy chart to this point was born 5 May 1845, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died 24 Dec 1918, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; was buried , North Side Cemetery, Butler, Butler Co., PA.
    6. 7. Mary S. MCCALL  Descendancy chart to this point was born 4 Oct 1847, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died 3 Apr 1943, Brackenridge, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Angelina MCCALLAngelina MCCALL Descendancy chart to this point (1.Elizabeth1) was born 1838, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died Yes, date unknown.

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    • _UID: 2863560032ABA44399BA97AA2F2AF02AAC73

    Notes:

    Angelina McCall Scott's family lived in West Virginia.

    Angelina married SCOTT. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Naomi MCCALLNaomi MCCALL Descendancy chart to this point (1.Elizabeth1) was born 1839, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died Yes, date unknown.

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    • _UID: 554A6653025DA74B9A29DA18C73F01F55A04


  3. 4.  Allen MCCALLAllen MCCALL Descendancy chart to this point (1.Elizabeth1) was born 13 Jun 1840, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died 20 Nov 1919, Prospect, Butler County, PA; was buried , Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Prospect, PA.

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    • _UID: E37DAE93530BF2418BB9CF132B9234A1EAA3

    Notes:

    Allen McCall was the son of Samuel McCall, Jr. and Elizabeth Martin McCall. Jemima McCall and Allen McCall were first cousins, their common ancestors were Samuel McCall and Else Davis.
    The 1850 Census gives Allen McCall, 9 years old, born 1841. Allen's death certificate gives his birth June 13, 1840, and his headstone reads June 14, 1842 ?

    Allen McCall and Eva Elizabeth Ackerman Myers were married July 14, 1865 in Philadelphia, PA by Adrin Wallace. Allen McCall lived in Philadelphia for 13 years, then returned to Franklin Twp. and Prospect, Butler County, PA. According to the records of Butler County, Allen McCall had three adopted daughters.

    Allen McCall served twice in the Civil War: 16th Ohio Infantry at Nankin, Ohio, Co. K. 56 Regt. PA Infantry,
    9/17/186l - 7/1/1865

    Source: Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio (OHRoster) Published in 1886:
    Allen McCall
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Private on 23 April 1861 at the age of l8
    Enlisted in "Company B, 16th Infantry Regiment Ohio" on 27 April 1861
    Mustered out on 18 August 1861 in Columbus, OH

    Source: History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865. (PARoster) Published in 1870
    Allen McCall
    05 November 1849 Born on 05 November 1849
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Sergeant on 30 March 1864
    Enlisted in "Company K, 56th Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania" on 30 March 1864
    Promoted to Full Lieutenant 1st Class on 01 April 1865 (Not Mustered)
    Promoted to Full Sergeant 1st Class on 17 May 1865
    Mustered out on 01 July 1865 in Philadelphia, PA

    Civil War Service Records:
    McCall, Allen, Company: B, Unit: 16 Ohio Infantry, Rank Induction: Private, Rank Discharge: Private Allegiance: Union
    McCall, Allen, Company: F, Unit: 9 Veteran Res. Corps., Rank Induction: Sergeant, Rank Discharge: Sergeant, Allegiance: 56 Pa. Inf. Union.
    McCall, Allen, Company: K, Unit: 56 Pennsylvania Infantry, Rank Induction: Private, Rank Discharge: Sergeant, Allegiance: V R C Union.

    Allen McCall and Eva E. McCall are buried in Presbyterian Church Cemetery of Prospect. Eva died of Motor Atexis.
    Inscription on grave monument - Presbyterian Church of Prospect Cemetery:
    Allen McCall Eva E. McCall
    June 14, 1842 - Nov. 20, 1919 Nov. 5, 1849 - Oct. 27, 1906
    Co. K, 56 Regt. PA Vet. Vol.

    From: Butler Citizen, June 24, 1915, page one
    BUTLER CO. IN THE CIVIL WAR
    Biographical Sketches of Men You Know Who Fought For the Flag in l861-'65
    Allen McCall was born in Franklin township on the farm now owned by L. B. Snyder, June 15, 1841. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McCall and seven children, four boys and three girls. Three boys, Allen, Robert, and Samuel enlisted in defense of the flag. As a farmer's boy, Allen received his common school education at the Island school, where he was taught spelling, reading, arithmetic and obedience. Sarah Henry, Margaret Brannan, and Mr. Streator were among his best teachers. At the age of 20 Allen went to Ashland county, Ohio and worked on a farm. After Fort Sumter had been fired on and the call for volunteers was made, Allen was among the first to enlist. On April 23, 1861, he joined Company B, 16th regiment, O.V., under the command of Colonel Irvin.
    This command crossed the Ohio river at Bellaire and was the first to cross the Ohio river to invade the sacred soil of the South. The regiment was put in Gen. A. P. Hill's command and participated in the West Virginia campaign. Allen was in the battles of Philippi, Cheat mountain and Veverly. He saw the first rebel wounded at Philippi and saw the surgeon amputate his leg.
    The time of the enlistment having expired, Company B was discharged at Oakland, Md., in hearing of the boom of cannon at the battle of Bull Run. Private McCall went home to Franklin township to see his mother who had been anxious about her boy. Mr. McCall felt as if the government needed more men, and he reenlisted in Co. K, 56 regiment, P.V. under Col. Meredith, whose command became part of the Army of the Potomac. Allen well remembers seeing Generals Scott and McClelland at Arlington where they reviewed the troops. General Scott was very feeble.
    The regiment was sent to Aquila creek and helped to repair the railroad to Fredericksburg. The regiment was put in the first army corps under General McDowell and was with General Pope at Cedar mountain, Rappahannock station, Sulphur Springs, Gainsville, Groveton, Second Bull Run and Chantily. After the first battle of Bull Run, affairs seemed favorable for the South, and Allen's old commander, Gen. A. P. Hill deserted the Union cause and joined the Confederacy. Allen's corps now fought under General McClelland at South mountain, Antietam, Uniontown and Upperville.
    At Upperville, General "Jeb" Stuart was nearly captured, having to retreat so hastily that he was compelled to leave a good breakfast, and Private McCall ate it, but never saw Stuart again to thank him for it. The 56th regiment was sent from Warrenton to join Burnsides in the battle of Fredericksburg, where the boys were defeated.
    Chancellorsville was the next important battle in which the 56th did noble work and helped get Hooker out of his difficulties. Lee now undertook the invasion of the North and General Meade was placed in command of the Army of the Potomac, and the battle of Gettysburg was soon fought.
    Allen's regiment was the first to fire a gun in defeat of the soil of Pennsylvania. His company spent the winter of 1863-64 at Mine Run, Va. In the spring of 1864, Grant took command, and Private McCall kept up his record as a soldier at the Wilderness, Spotsylvania, and Cold Harbor. By degrees the army under Grant reached the front of Petersburg in June, 1864, and besieged that place for nine long weary months. Allen says that it was fight all day and dig all night.
    Mr. McCall was in the battles of Five Forks and Sailor's Crek and participated in the activities up to the time of Lee's surrender at Appomattox April 9, 1865. Allen was and is blessed with a good memory and can tell many interesting stories, facts, and funny as well as sad incidents that came under his observation. He was present at the grand review at Washington, and will never forget the brilliant and inspiring sight. One streamer across Pennsylvania avenue read "Welcome! Welcome! Brave Boys, the nation can never pay you for what you have done." Private McCall was discharged from the service at Philadelphia where he lived several years. He and his wife came to his native Franklin township where he engaged in farming, teaming and threshing.
    Mr. McCall is now an honored and respected citizen of Prospect, where he has held the important positions of constable, supervisor, health officer, and judge of election. At present he is a clerk in Scott and McCullough's hardware store. Mr. McCall has always been interested in the public schools and other public concerns. He voted for Lincoln while in the trenches in 1864 and has been a Republican in politics ever since. He is a leading member of Randolph Post G.A.R. His life has been a busy one.

    Allen married Eva Elizabeth ACKERMAN 14 Jul 1865, Philadelphia, PA. Eva was born 5 Nov 1849; died 27 Oct 1906; was buried , Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Prospect, PA. [Group Sheet]

    Allen married Jemima MCCALL 9 May 1917. Jemima (daughter of William John MCCALL and Nancy Jane WASSON) was born 30 Dec 1843, Euclid, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died 19 Nov 1931, Wilkes Barre, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, USA; was buried , Dallas, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, USA. [Group Sheet]


  4. 5.  Robert McKee MCCALLRobert McKee MCCALL Descendancy chart to this point (1.Elizabeth1) was born 1843, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died 1915; was buried , North Side Cemetery, Butler, Butler Co., PA.

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    Notes:

    Robert McKee McCall hauled the stone for the construction of the Butler County Courthouse.

    Civil war Service Record:
    McCall, Robert McKee, Company: B, Unit: 6 Pennsylvania H.Art'y., Rank Induction: Private, Rank Discharge: Private, Allegiance: Union.

    Robert McKee McCall is buried in North Side Cemetery, Butler, Pennsylvania and has a U.S. Government stone. Robert served in the Civil War with his brother Samuel R. McCall, Co. B., 212th Reg. 6th Heavy Artillery.
    Also serving in Co. B: William John McCall
    son of William Wasson McCall
    serving in Co.A with Samuel R. McCall was
    Robert McDowell McCall
    son of William Wasson McCall
    Robert T. McCall
    son of Allen McCall
    All five were cousins of almost the same age.

    Robert married Sarah Katheryn DUFFORD. Sarah was born 1836; died 1904. [Group Sheet]


  5. 6.  Samuel Robison MCCALLSamuel Robison MCCALL Descendancy chart to this point (1.Elizabeth1) was born 5 May 1845, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died 24 Dec 1918, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; was buried , North Side Cemetery, Butler, Butler Co., PA.

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    • _UID: 7D06D4528F11634FBC78BB6CC768326F26CD

    Notes:

    Information on Samuel R. McCall family was found at the Butler County Courthouse. Among the records at the time of Samuel McCall's death in 1918... He was also a resident of Cleveland at the time of his death... Owned a house and lot in Euclid, Clay Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania, valued at $800.00. Samuel had a paid secretary take notes at the funeral service and graveside. At the time of Samuel McCall's death in 1918, four McCall bodies were moved from the Muddy Creek Cemetery to North Side Cemetery. These bodies were that of:
    Edwin E. McCall, b. 1867 - d. 1903; Della McCall, b. 1882- d. 1884, age 21 mos.; Twin Infants - Daughters,
    b. 1884, d. at 10 & 18 days old.



    Samuel served in the Civil War - Company A, 212th, 6th Artillary from 8/31/64 to 6/13/65.

    Civil War Service Record:
    McCall, Samuel R., Company A, Unit: 6 Pennsylvania H.Art'y., Rank Induction: Private, Rank Discharge: Private, Allegiance: Union.



    Inscriptions on monuments in North Side Cemetery:
    Samuel R. McCall, May 5, 1845 - Dec. 24, 1918
    Nancy C. McCall, June 20, 1845 - Nov. 27, 1921
    Edwin E. McCall, M.D., Sept. 7, 1866 - Feb. 23, 1903
    Della Vern McCall, June 21, 1873 - Apr. 20, 1874
    Twin Infants: Dec. 30, 1883 - died Jan. 20, 1884 & Jan. 28, 1884, daus. of S. R. & N. C. McCall
    (Note: There are discrepancies in dates from the Courthouse and from inscriptions on the monuments.)

    Info from: Dr. George E. Petrie III
    Samuel Robison McCall was born May 5, 1845 in Butler Co., PA and died Dec. 24, 1918 at 100 Orchard Ave., Butler, PA. He married Nancy Charlotte Thompson Dec. 17, 1865, daughter of James Thompson and Sarah Patterson. She was born June 20, 1847 in Butler Co, PA and died Nov. 27, 1921 at 201 Mercer St., Butler, PA.

    According to the 1870 and 1880 Census of Butler Co., Clay Twp., PA, Edwin McCall was living in the household of his grandmother, Sarah (Patterson) Thompson.

    Samuel married Nancy Charlotte THOMPSON 17 Dec 1865. Nancy was born 20 Jun 1847, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died 27 Nov 1921, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; was buried , North Side Cemetery, Butler, Butler Co., PA. [Group Sheet]


  6. 7.  Mary S. MCCALLMary S. MCCALL Descendancy chart to this point (1.Elizabeth1) was born 4 Oct 1847, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died 3 Apr 1943, Brackenridge, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.

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    • _UID: 240C59FB25A18F4EB9A4C6A37F819B4DD5A5

    Notes:

    Mary S. McCall McCandless' family lived in Butler.

    Mary married Abner MCCANDLESS. Abner was born 12 Feb 1844, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA; died 1905. [Group Sheet]