McNicol Documents

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This is a repository of digital copies of documents that are of use in establishing the family tree of Willian and Christena (Brown) McNicol. The documents included are as follows:

1.“Genealogical Record of a Montana Family,” submitted by Eva (Spangler) McNicol to the Montana Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, May 19, 1952. She apparently submitted the requested records on behalf of her late husband Leon McNicol in support of a compilation of brief biographies of Montana pioneers. As of June 2021, a copy of Eva’s submission is in the possession of David McNicol.

2. Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Death Certificate for Eva (Spangler) McNicol.

3. Marriage license and marriage certificate issued to Leon McNicol and Eva Spangler by the Probate Judge of Marion County, Kansas, December 22, 1909.

4. Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Death Certificate for Leon McNicol.

5. A copy of this obituary of LeRoy Spangler came down through the family to David L. McNicol (McNicol-372). It obviously had been published but the newspaper in which it was published could not be established.

6. A copy of this obituary of Frank Boyington came down through the family to David L. McNicol. This obituary probably was published in the Atchison Daily Globe. While many annual issues of this newspaper are on (the service used to search for the obituary), about 15 years are not, and the missing period includes 1926, the year when Frank Boyington died. The obituary also was not in any of the other newspapers searched.

7. Leon and Eva (Spangler) McNicol in 1913 claimed a homestead some 35 miles north of Havre, Montana. They lived on that homestead from the Fall of 1913 through the Fall of 1923. This document covers that period and provides some information on Leon and Eva's children into the 1970s. It is a far from a complete history but includes some important facts not otherwise readily available and some good stories.



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