Thomas Clubb Bollinger Co
- Thomas Clubb was born in Cape Girardeau
County, Mo., in 1832, and is a
son of John and Jane (Frizel) Clubb.
John Clubb was
born in South
Carolina, and came to Southeast Missouri with his parents when
years of age.
After his marriage he located on a farm
in what is now
Bollinger County, and remained until his death.
wife was born in
She was the mother of six children.
Both parents died
when the subject of this sketch was twelve years of age, after
latter made his home with Mr. Hamilton Winters until he reached
In 1857 he was married to Elizabeth Dennis,
and located on
the home farm, buying out the heirs as they became of age.
He has added
to this land until he has 330 acres of goof farm land which is
His wife was born in Wayne County, Mo., in
have been born five children: Malinda (Mrs. Henry Fowler), Nancy
(Mrs. Jacob May), Rebecca A. (Mrs. Frank Fowler), Parley F. (Mrs.
William Dellaner) and Thomas C.
While the Civil War was
in progress Mr.
Clubb was robbed several times of all his movable property.
his opportunity for securing an education was limited, he has
children the advantages of good educations, and is giving each
financial aid as he starts out in life.
Mr. and Mrs.
Clubb are members
of the Missionary Baptist Church.
Politically Mr. Clubb
Democratic party. [p. 825-826]
Goodspeed's History of
Southeast Missouri, [p. 825-826]