James Dickson McLean

James Dickson McLean
1841 – June 17, 1888

Alternate Spelling:  James D. McLean
1860 Residence: Robeson County, NC

Military Record
March 1, 1862 – Enlisted in Cumberland County, NC
36th North Carolina Regiment, 2nd Company B
also known as 2nd North Carolina Artillery, 2nd Company B
Rank: Private
December 17, 1762 – Wounded at Goldsboro Bridge
February 1863 – Appointed Corporal
March-April 1863 – Promoted to Sergeant
November 4, 1863 – Transferred to the
13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery, Company B
January 8, 1864 – Elected 2nd Lieutenant
September 1864 – Promoted to 1st Lieutenant
Present or Accounted for through February 1865

Parents
Angus Duart McLean 1814-1869
Mary Jane McEachin 1822-1861

Siblings
Archibald Alexander McLean 1844-1906       36th NC 2nd Co B
Sallie M. McLean 1847-1919
John Allen McLean 1851-1932
Hector M. McLean 1854-1921
Peter McLean 1856-1880
Amelia Celia McLean 1859-1905

Wife
Hattie McIntyre Purcell 1849-1904

Children
Alexander Purcell McLean 1879-1914
Annie Eliza McLean 1881-1957
Harriet Newell McLean 1883-1959
Allan McLean 1886-1945
James Dickson McLean 1888-1953

Burial
Hillside Cemetery
Hillside Avenue
Laurinburg, NC

James Dickson McLean  Grave

James Dickson McLean Grave