THOMAS McCLELLAN, lumberman, Mount Jewett, is a son of A. J. and Eliza (Peters) McClellan, natives of Pennsylvania.
They were the parents of two children, of whom Thomas is the eldest son. He was born in Phillipsburg, Centre Co.,
Penn., September 8, 1859, and received a practical business education in the common schools of Clearfield county.
In June, 1878, he came to Kane, Penn., with the sum of $1.40 of his earnings; here he remained until 1884, when
he took Horace Greeley' s advice and went West. He returned, however, the next year, and purchased some land at
Ludlow, McKean Co., Penn., in partnership with George Meil, and engaged in lumbering. In 1889 he entered into partnership
with Elisha K. Kane, of Kane, Penn., and came to Mount Jewett, where they purchased a tract of land, and are now
erecting a large mill with the latest improvements. He is also interested in the Mount Jewett, Kinzua & Ritterville
Railroad, which is in process of construction. In 1885 he married Miss Mary E. Fuller, a daughter of Ambrose and
Martha Eliza (Jones) Fuller, of Emporium, Penn., and they have two children, Helen and. Paul. Mrs. Martha E. Fuller,
was born in Springfield, Mass. Mr. McClellan is a wide awake man, ever ready to promote the interests of his township.
In politics he votes with the Prohibition party.
History of the Counties of
McKean, Elk and Forest,
With Biographical Selections.
J. H. Beers & Co., Publishers
McKean County, PA Biographies
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