History of Greene County, Pennsylvania
W. W. CLENDENNING, farmer and stock-grower, was
Marshall County, West Virginia, October 28, 1838. He
was a son of Archibald and Jane (Cooper)
Clendenning, who were natives of Ireland.
They came to America
and settled in Greene
County, where Mr.
Clendenning was a farmer for many years and died in 1877.
Of a family of four children, the subject of
this sketch is the youngest. He was
reared on the farm and received a common school education.
He has made farming his main occupation, and
is the owner of 133 acres of land, all of which he has accumulated
own efforts. Mr. Clendenning was united
in marriage August 26, 1862, with Miss Sarah, daughter of James and
(McCaslin) Kincaid, and sister of Colonel Maxwell McCaslin. Mr. and Mrs. Clendenning have eight children,
viz.: Robert Maxwell, William N., Milton L., Anna F., John, Mary,
and Jessie K. Mr. Clendenning and wife
are members of the Church
History of Greene County,
Samuel P. Bates
Nelson, Rishforth & Co., Chicago
Transcribed by Annette Bame Peebles
The Greene County, Pennsylvania Biographies Project –
Date of Transcription: 5 June 2007
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