William,2 Pinkerton, 1832-1898
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William,2 Pinkerton, 1832-1898 65yrs Third Generation!
Need Photo of 1.2.5.4  William,2 PINKERTON;
(3rd s/o  James,1 PINKERTON and Rachel WARWICK) of Northeren Ireland
(GrandSon: Robert,1 PINKERTON & Jane LOCKRIDGE), of Scotland to Ireland
born on 02 Jan. 1830, at Balleymoney, Antrim County, Ireland;
died on 22 Jan. 1898, age 65yrs, 11mths, & 20 days, Amity Twp., Page Co., Ia.,
He is buried in Maple Hill Cemetery, College Springs (Amity Twp.), Iowa,
Where a "Double" mounment marks his grave, with Wife. [See: Cem.Rec.]
Three years after coming to America, in the fall of 1853, (Location Unknown) at age 21yrs he married the native Ireland,
Need Photo of 26 years old, Miss Margaret "Marguerite" McCLOY,
(d/o Widow ANN (Unknown) McCLOY born 1795, Ireland [REF:#28]
born 11 Jun. 1827; at Balleymoney, Antrim County, Ireland;
died 13 Apr. 1906, age 78yrs, 10m, 2d, in Amity Twp., Page Co., Ia.;
She was a widow for eight years until her death, she is buried along side her
husband of 45 years, in the Maple Hill Cemetery, College Springs, Page Co., IA,
Where a Headstone marks her grave (Section VIII, Row 11, Lot 4).
In the 1900 Census for Amity Twp., Page Co., Iowa, she listed as having 9 children
and only 3 living, she was 70 years old at this time;
 They had  9 Children born to this Union: (4 Sons & 5 Dau's) per Census Records!
 They had 11 Children born to this Union: per Click on Redball for More Info.<--- [REF:#16]
 Son/Dau  Click on Name for More Inf.  b.-d.  Married/Info.  Ch.
 1.2.5.4.1. 1st. Dau:  Rachel,3  WI. c1855-1900 a45y  Not in 1900 Census!  
 1.2.5.4.2. 1st. Son:  Alexander,1 PINKERTON,  WI. *1857-1932 a75y  m. c1879 1st Jennie DUNCAN,  0Ch.
 "2nd"  "2nd"  "2nd"  m. c1914 2nd Mrs. Daisy (Abbott) GARDNER,  0Ch.
 1.2.5.4.3. 2nd. Dau:  Eliza,3 PINKERTON,  WI. *1859-  Not Traced!  
 1.2.5.4.4. 3rd. Dau:  Anna,3 PINKERTON,  WI. *1861-1934 a73y  Never Married, School Teacher!  
 1.2.5.4.5. 2nd. Son:  James,5 PINKERTON  WI. *1862-1894 a32y  Never Married!  
 1.2.5.4.6. 3rd. Son:  William,7 C. PINKERTON,  WI. *1865-1936 a72y  Never Married!  
 1.2.5.4.7. 4th. Son:  George,1 PINKERTON  WI. *1867-  Last rec 1870 Census a3y  
 1.2.5.4.8. 4th. Dau:  Sarah,6 PINKERTON,  WI. *1869-1869 a 1y  d. Infant WI  
 1.2.5.4.9. 5th. Dau:  Mary,8 W. PINKERTON,  WI. *1872-1895 a23y  Never Married!  
  No Known Grandchildren/1st Cousins! 

NOTE: William,2 PINKERTON'S grave stone list born in 1830, all census records indicate the year as 1832...prs

William,2 PINKERTON was the 3rd. son of JAMES and RACHEL (WARWICK) PINKERTON, it is believed he migrated to America, after his brother, SAMUEL W. PINKERTON arrival in 1848. He was either sent for or payed for passage, about 1850, at 18 years of age. Worked near Argyle, West Hebron, (Washington County), New York. Younger brother JOHN PINKERTON, came across in 1856. Three years after coming to America, in the fall of 1853, (Location Unknown) William,2 PINKERTON, age 21, married the native Ireland 26 years old, Miss Margaret "Marguerite" McCLOY, The names of Margaret/Marguerite (McCLOY) PINKERTON's parents are not known.

In the 1880 Census, Amity Twp., Page she listed that both were born in Scotland. In the 1900 Census for Amity Twp., Iowa she listed her father as being born in Scotland and her mother being born in Ireland. Her mother who was living with them in the 1860 Census for Waupaca, Wisc. ANN (Unknown) McCLOY, was born about 1795, Ireland; She died sometime after the 1870 Census, at Waupaca, Waupaca Co. Wisc. where she was still living with her son-in-law and family, at the age of 75 years.

William,2 PINKERTON and wife left Argyle, West Hebron, Washington County, NY. prior to 1855 based on birth of 1st Daughter RACHEL, 3 PINKERTON born in WI. in 1855. William,2 PINKERTON, age 28 & Wife Marguerite (McCLOY) PINKERTON:, age 31 with Three of their children and Mother-in- Law, can be found in the 22 Jun. 1860 Census for Waupaca, Wisconsin (Family No. 650); He was living next (F.G. 651) to his Uncle SAMUEL, 1 PINKERTON and family; and adjoining (F.G. 649) the Widow PHOBA PHILLIPS of NY; Our subject William,2 PINKERTON'S farm was valued at $4,000 which was a considerable sum compared to the surrounding farms ..prs. [REF:#027]
See: Census Record: 1860 Census Records, Washington Co., NY.

In the 1870 Census for Waupaca Co., WI. we find the William,2 PINKERTON family has grown and his Mother-in-law was still living with them. [REF:#028]
See: Census Record: 1870 Census Records, Waupaca Co., WI.

William,2 and "Marguerite" (McCOY) PINKERTON relocate to Page Co., Iowa.
William,2 and "Marguerite" (McCOY) PINKERTON remained in Waupaca Co., Wisconsin some 18 years, after Feb. 1872, (Based on Dau. Mary W. born Wisc.), but left before the 25th Jun. 1880 Page Co. IA. Census (Some 8 years time span ..prs); He followed his brother SAMUEL W. PINKERTON who left Waupaca Co., WI. about 1856-7 and was living on Section 22, in Harlan Twp., Page Co, Iowa.

William,2 PINKERTON bought a farm (Date of purchase Unknown, no record found in County Deed Office. ..prs) on Section 10, of College Springs, Amity Twp., Page Co., Iowa.

William,2 PINKERTON, age 50 and wife Margaret (McCLOY) PINKERTON, age 63, (Both could Read & Write. ..prs) with Four of their Nine Children, can be found in the 25th Jun. 1880 Census, for Amity Twp., Page Co., Iowa (Family No. 133- 125) It's interesting to note that, William,2 PINKERTON listed father as being born Scotland, Mother Ireland; "Marguerite" (McCLOY) PINKERTON listed both Father and Mother as being born in Scotland; They were farming adjoining (F.G. 124) JOHN & CAROLINE (Unknown) FRITZ of Germany; and next to (F.G. 126) JAMES & MARY (Unknown) McQUIRE [REF:#029]
See: Census Record: 1880 Census Records, Page Co., Iowa

We know that William,2 PINKERTON, owned 160 acres of farm land on Section 10, all of the Northwest Quarter, Amity Twp., Page Co., Iowa, prior to Jun. 1880 (Census) where he lived. He also owned 160 acres in East River Twp.. By 29th Mar. 1893 he started to divided his large 160 acre Home Place, in Amity Twp. with the three living children. First, 26 Jul. 1892, he gave 40 acres to his first son ALEXANDER PINKERTON. Second, 08 Apr. 1897, 40 acres (where their house was located) to his third daughter ANNA PINKERTON. Third on 10 Aug. 1897, the remaining 80 Acres went to his youngest son WILLIAM C. PINKERTON. (See Maps of Page Co., IA., prepared by ..prs)

The following are "Deed Abstracts" Copied by M. "Lucile (WILSON) SARRETT, from the Deed Books, at the Clarinda Court House. A Deed prepared on 26 Jul. 1892, filed on 29 Mar. 1893 by William,2 PINKERTON; to sell 40 acres of land, lying on the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 10 of AMITY Twp., (R-37, T-67) of Page Co., IA. to Son ALEXANDER PINKERTON and wife JEANNE E. (DUNCAN) PINKERTON for $1.00 and Love and Affection. ( Source: Deed Abstract Book, 101, Page 507)

Two years before his death William,2 PINKERTON, age 66, sold 180 acres of farm land which he owned in East River Twp., Page Co., IA to WILLIAM WEANER, on 22 Jan. 1896, his estate received monies until 6 March 1900, when it was finally recorded.

A Deed prepared on 22 Jan. 1896, filed on 06 Mar. 1900 by William,2 PINKERTON and Wife Margaret (McCOY) PINKERTON; to sell 180 acres of land, lying on the South 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 and the Northeast 1/4 of Section 29 of EAST RIVER Twp., (R-36, T- 68) of Page Co., IA. to WILLIAM WEANER ( Source: Deed Abstract Book, 141, Page 019)

A Deed prepared on 08 Apr. 1897, filed on 26 Oct. 1897 by William,2 PINKERTON; to sell 40 acres of land, lying on the Northwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 10 of AMITY Twp., (R-37, T-67) of Page Co., IA. to Daughter AUSSIE (ANNA) PINKERTON for $1.00 and Love and Affection. ( Source: Deed Abstract Book, 113, Page 471)

A Deed for the Homeplace was prepared on 10 Sep. 1897, filed on 11 Oct. 1897 by William,2 PINKERTON and Wife Margaret (McCOY) PINKERTON; to sell 40 acres of land, lying on the Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 10 of AMITY Twp., (R-37, T-67) of Page Co., IA. to Son WILLIAM C. PINKERTON for $1.00 and Love and Affection. ( Source: Deed Abstract Book, 113, Page 502)

William,2 PINKERTON who was born on Jan. 02, 1830 in Balleymoney, Antrim County, Ireland; died on 22 Jan. 1898, at the age of 65 years, 11 months, and 20 days, in Amity Twp., Page Co., Ia., is buried in Maple Hill Cemetery, College Springs, Amity Twp., Page Co., Iowa. A Headstone marks his grave on Section VIII, Row 11, Lot 4.

Head of Household, Son WILLIAM C. PINKERTON, age 26 and Widowed Mother Margaret (McCLOY) PINKERTON, age 74, and Sister ANN PINKERTON, age 38, can be found in the 18th Jun. 1900 Census, for Amity Twp., Page Co., Iowa (Family No. 206-207) "Marguerite" (McCLOY) PINKERTON listed now Father being born in Scotland, but Mother as being born in Ireland, not Scotland as per 1880 Census; They were farming adjoining (F.G. 206) JOHN & LOIS (Unknown) RICE of Germany; and next to (F.G. 208) JAMES & ELLEN (Unknown) McMILLIAN [REF:030]

WILLIAM C. PINKERTON, age 26 b. 1865, WI. - Farmer Mother: "Marguerite" (MCCLOY), age 74 b. 1827, Ireland - Keeping House 3rd Dau: ANNA, age 38 b. 1861, Wisc. - Teacher 2nd Son: JAMES, age 38 b. 1862, Wisc. (Was NOT listed with this family) 5th Dau: MARY W., age 28 b. 1872, Wisc. (Was NOT listed with this family)

  Maple Hill Cemetery, College Springs, Amity Twp., Page Co., IA.
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"Father"
William PINKERTON,
b. 02 Jan. 1830 ~ d. 22 Jan. 1898,
age 65yrs, 11m, & 20 days,
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"Mother"
Margaret (McCloy) PINKERTON,
b. 11 Jun. 1827 ~ d. 13 Apr 1906,
age 78yrs, 10mths, & 2 days
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  Driving Directions: From Clarinda, at the 71Hwy & 2Hwy go South on the 71Hwy, 6 miles to the J52 Road (280th St) turn right (West) go 5 miles to College Springs, turn left (South) on Nutmeg Ave. go 1 mile to J56 Road (290th) turn right (West) to Maple Ave. Cemetery is on the North East Corner.

Wife Margaret "Marguerite" (McCLOY) PINKERTON, who was born 11 Jun. 1827, County of Antrim, Ireland; was a widow for eight years after the death of her husband. She died on 13 Apr. 1906, at the age of 78 years, 10 months, and 2 days, in Amity Twp., Page Co., Ia. She is buried along side her husband of 45 years, in the Maple Hill Cemetery, College Springs, Amity Twp, Page Co., Ia. (Section VIII, Row 11, Lot 4);

The Following are the Children of:
William,2 and Marguerite (McCLOY) PINKERTON:

Fourth Generation!
No Record/Marker Found! 1.2.5.4.1  Rachel,3 PINKERTON;
(1st Dau of Wm. 2 & Marguerite (McCloy) Pinkerton)
b. about 1855, in Waupaca, Wisc.;
d. prior to 1900, age 45?;
She was listed at 5 years of age in the 1860 Census, for Waupaca, Waupaca Co., Wisc.;
No record found in Page County, she would have been about 18 years old when her parents relocated to Page Co., Ia.
Was not listed in the Iowa 1880 Census.
Was identified as one of the five children died prior 1900 Census.



Fourth Generation!
Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo! 1.2.5.4.2  Alexander "Alex" PINKERTON;
(1st Son of Wm. 2 & Marguerite (McCloy) Pinkerton)
b. 02 May 1857, in Waupaca Co., Wisconsin;
d. 25 Feb 1932, a75y near Shambaugh, Page Co., IA;
Buried in the "Grove" Cemetery, just west of College Springs, Iowa
[Not used now, No Headstone found by this writer..prs]
Occupation: Farmer, Teacher, and Photographer
He was Married twice, first, age 22yrs on 12 Feb. 1879, in Amity Twp., Page Co., Iowa to
the 20 year old Miss Jane "Jennie" Elizabeth DUNCAN;
(Only d/o ROBERT M. & MARY ANN (ALEXANDER) DUNCAN;
No Issue!
At the age of 55yrs he married a second time on 22 Aug. 1916, Page Co., IA. to
41 year old "Widow" Mrs Daisy D. (Abbott) McCLURE;
(She was a Daughter of Isaac Warren & Margaret ABBOTT)
(Widow/Divorced from Samuel McCLURE)
No Issue!
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 Alexander PINKERTYON,   of Amity Twp., Page Co., Iowa
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Fourth Generation!
No Record/Marker Found! 1.2.5.4.3  Elizabeth "Eliza" PINKERTON;
(2nd Dau of Wm. 2 & Marguerite (McCloy) Pinkerton)
b. about 1859, in Waupaca Co., Wisconsin;
d. bfr 1880, a21yrs Census?
She was listed at 1 years of age in the 1860 Census, for Waupaca, Waupaca Co., Wisc.;
Was NOT listed in the 1880 Census, (Family No. 133-125) Amity, Twp., Page Co., IA.,
With her parents, this indicates that "Eliza" either did not relocate to Page Co., Ia., with her parents (age 21); or she was married and her married name is not known;
She was listed as one of the children who had died prior to the 1900 Census.
No more information.


Fourth Generation!
Need Photo of 1.2.5.4.4  Anna,3 PINKERTON;
(2nd Dau of Wm. 2 & Marguerite (McCloy) Pinkerton)
b. __ Sep. 1861, in Waupaca Co., Wisconsin;
d. about 1934, at the age of 73yrs, Amity Twp., Page Co., IA.
Buried in Maple Hill Cemetery, in College Springs, Page Co., Ia.,
Where a Headstone marks her grave, Section VIII, Row 10, Lot 6,
(North side of her brother WILLIAM, 6 C. PINKERTON)
She relocated to Page Co., Ia. at the age of 12, with her parents;
Was listed age 19yrs in the 1880 Census, Amity, Twp., Page Co., IA., with her parents,
She was a Teacher; She never married.
She Lived on home farm with her brother WILLIAM C. near College Springs, Iowa;
She was 53 years of age when listed in her Uncle's JOHN, 2 PINKERTON of Ventura Co., CA. Will date 23 May 1914.



Fourth Generation!
Need Cemetery Photo of Cemetery Marker! 1.2.5.4.5  James,5 PINKERTON;
(2nd Son of Wm. 2 & Marguerite (McCloy) Pinkerton)
b. 06 Apr. 1862, in Waupaca Co., Wisconsin;
d. 03 March 1894, age of 31yrs, 11m, and 27 days; Amity Twp., Page Co., IA.
Buried in Maple Hill Cemetery, in College Springs, Ia. (Section VIII, Row 11, Lot 5);
He relocated to Page Co., Ia. at the age of 11, with his parents;
Was listed age 18yrs in the 1880 Census, Amity, Twp., Page Co., IA., with his parents,
"Working on Farm"; Never married.



Fourth Generation!
Need Photo of 1.2.5.4.6  William,3 C. PINKERTON;
(3rd Son of Wm. 2 & Marguerite (McCloy) Pinkerton)
b. 06 Aug. 1865, in Waupaca, Wisconsin;
d. 09 Nov. 1936, age 71yrs, Clarinda, Page Co., Iowa
Buried in the Maple Hill Cemetery, in College Springs, Ia
(South side of his sister Anna PINKERTON Section VIII, Row 10, Lot 6);
He relocated to Page Co, Ia., at the age of 8, with his parents;
Was listed age 16yrs in the 1880 Census, Amity, Twp., Page Co., IA., with his parents.
"Working on Farm"; He became a Farmer, Never married.
Took over his father's farm.
William,3 C. had no heirs, he left all his money to the "Red Cross", Page Co., Iowa;
He was 49 years of age when listed in his Uncle's JOHN, 2 PINKERTON of Ventura Co., CA. Will date 23 May 1914.

 The Clarinda Herald-Journal
 BANK ROBBERY OF SHAMBAUGH SAVINGS BANK
 Issue: Nov 20, 1921
      On Thursday afternoon, November 19, 1921 four unmasked men entered the Shambaugh Savings Bank. It was close to 2 pm that cashier J. W. DENNY was in the front of the bank talking with WILLIAM C. PINKERTON on business matters, when a gruff voice accosted them and looking up they realized they were "covered" by a man with a gun. Assistant cashier Mrs. J. W. DENNY was inside the cage of the bank at the time. It turned out that two armed men were in the bank, one of whom proceeded to march Mr. WILLIAM C. PINKERTON and Mrs. DENNY into the rear of the bank and shut them inside the toilet, turning the key on the outside. He (the robber) then came back to assist the other robber, who was commanding Mr. DENNY to open the safe. "I'm so nervous, I'm afraid I can't open it," said the frightened cashier. "Open the safe dam you," said the man with the gun. Mr. DENNY tried the combination, which worked the first time and the safe was opened. Mr. DENNY was then marched to the rear of the bank and put into a dark closet, then the other two (WILLIAM C. PINKERTON and Mrs. DENNY) were placed in the same closet, which the robbers locked, leaving the key in the outside of the lock. The men then made quick work of gathering up cash in the drawer and the safe, $3,300 all told. Also about the same amount in Government Bonds in the safe, and joined a third comrade, who was on guard at the front door of the bank. The three then getting into a high-powered car standing in front, with the motor running and the fourth accomplice at the wheel. They made quick work of driving a block north to the central office corner, then west to Hwy. 71, where they turned north to Shambaugh. The car was a maroon colored Studebaker, bearing Ohio Plates and was soon doing 75 miles an hour, so the three men at engineering work on the new paving said as they saw the car whiz pass.



Fourth Generation!
Need Cemetery Photo of Cemetery Marker! 1.2.5.4.7  George,1 PINKERTON;
(4th Son of Wm. 2 & Marguerite (McCloy) Pinkerton)
b. about 1867, Waupaca Co. Wisc;
d. after 1870 Census in Waupaca Co., WI., at the age of 3 years?;
Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) Waupaca Co., Wisc.
Was NOT listed in the 1880 Census, age 13 living with parents in Page Co., IA.
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Fourth Generation!
Need Cemetery Photo of Cemetery Marker! 1.2.5.4.8  Sarah,6 PINKERTON;
(4th Dau of Wm. 2 & Marguerite (McCloy) Pinkerton)
b. about 1869, Waupaca Co. Wisc;
d. after 1870 Census in Waupaca Co., WI., at the age of 2-3 years?;
Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) Waupaca Co., Wisc.
Was NOT listed in the 1880 Census, age 11 living with parents in Page Co., IA.
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Fourth Generation!
Need Cemetery Photo of Cemetery Marker! 1.2.5.4.9  Mary W. PINKERTON;
(5th Dau of Wm. 2 & Marguerite (McCloy) Pinkerton)
b. 24 Feb. 1872, in Waupaca Co., Wisconsin;
d. 05 Jan. 1895, at the young age of 22yrs, 10m, 11d, Page Co., IA;
Cause of Death: Unknown (to me)
Buried in Maple Hill Cemetery, in College Springs, Page Co., Iowa
(Section VIII, Row 11, Lot 5 along side her brother JAMES PINKERTON);
she relocated to Page Co., Ia. at the age of one year, with her parents;
Was listed in the 1880 Census, (Family No. 133-125) Amity, Twp., Page Co., IA.,
Never married.

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1885 my Gr-Grandmother: Rachel (Pinkerton) DUNCAN, 1867-1929 62yrs Page Co., IA. - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Rachel, 18yrs  These records are part of the "Genealogy Computer Package" *** PC-PROFILE *** Volume - II. DUNCAN/PINKERTON & Related Families© Compiled and self Published in Oct. 14, 1993 by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. with the assistance of my late mother Mrs. M. Lucille (WILSON) SARRETT. (1917-1987, age age 70yrs) & My Grandmother: Mrs. Vera B. (DUNCAN) WILSON (1896-1988, age 92yrs) The "Work-Books" were compiled by listing the various families, born, married, died, and a history of that family branch. In 1996 I started "Up-Loading" this material on the now called Friends of Page Co., site...prs 1910 my Gr-Grandmother: Rachel (Pinkerton) DUNCAN, 1867-1929 62yrs Page Co., IA. - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!
Rachel, 43yrs
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