Minnie JENKINS Mini tree diagram

Henry Bailey MCCLELLAN2,1

12th Oct 19121 - 18th Feb 19921

Life History

12th Oct 1912

Born in Attala County, Mississippi.1

about Mar 1952

Married Minnie JENKINS.2

18th Feb 1992

Died in Lexington, Holmes, Mississippi.1

Kidney failure

19th Feb 1992

Buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Lexington, Holmes County, Mississippi.1

Notes

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    Henry Bailey McClellan
    Birth Oct 12, 1912 Attala County, Mississippi
    Death Feb 18, 1992 Lexington, Holmes County, Mississippi

    Ward 3 Alderman McClellan buried

    Henry B. McClellan Sr., 79, of Lexington, a Ward Three City Alderman,died of kidney failure Tuesday, February 18 in Methodist Hospital ofMiddle Mississippi in Lexington.

    Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, February 19, atFirst Baptist Church in Lexington with the Rev. Michael O’Brienofficiating. Burial was in Odd Fellows Cemetery.

    Mr. McClellan was a native of Attala County. He was an active memberof First Baptist Church in Lexington for many years, and had served asa deacon. He was a Mason, member of the Lions Club, Eastern Star, andalways active in community and civic activities. He served as HolmesCounty Circuit Clerk for 24 years, retiring from that position in1980. For the past 12 years he has served as City Alderman. Mr.McClellan was also one of the founders and a charter member of theSand Hills Conservation League where he served as secretary/treasurerfor many years.

    His pastimes included gardening, deer hunting and fishing.

    Survivors include: his wife, Minnie McClellan of Lexington; twodaughters, Maxine M. Salley of Durant and Melanie Carnathan ofLexington; three sons, Henry B. McClellan, Jr. of Goodman, JimmyMcClellan of Yazoo City and Sam J. McClellan of Clarksdale; threesisters, Wilma Carlisle of West Point, Lola Council of Pine KnollShores, North Carolina and Gladys Dubuisson of Gulfport; one brother,Pence I. McClellan of DeFuniak Springs, Florida; 12 grandchildren andthree great-grandchildren.

    Active pallbearers were Mike Lammons, Allan King, Calvin Moore, BillyCash, Sanders Richmond and Charles Ellison.

    Honorary pallbearers were members of the Brotherhood Class of FirstBaptist Church, and Vernon Hathcock, W. W. Holder, Floyd Malone and W.F. Scott.

    The family requests that any memorials be made to the First BaptistChurch of Lexington.

    Holmes County Herald, Lexington, Mississippi, February 27, 1992, Page1

    Spouse Minnie Jenkins McClellan (1915 - 2005)

    Burial Odd Fellows Cemetery, Lexington, Holmes County, Mississippi,Section 2

    Created by Beth Austin Jun 14, 2010
    --  Find A Grave Memorial #53681643,http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=53681643
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