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Robert McClintock

Robert McClintock was born in Westchester, Chester County, Pennsylvania, January 31, 1849.  His family took up residence in Philadelphia, Pa., when he was three years of age, and two years later moved to Catassaqua, Lehigh County, Pa.  The family moved later to Ohio and finally to California, Mo.  Mr. McClintock managed to secure an education amid all these changes among the common schools of his various places of residence.

     He came to this town in 1865 by steamer from St. Louis.  For eleven years he was employed by a local mercantile firm, and in 1876 he started in the restaurant business.  He has been engaged in that business continuously since that time in various parts of the city, and is now located near the intersection of Walnut and Twelfth Streets.

     Mr. McClintock was married in Warrensburg, Mo., in 1875, his wife being Miss Mary H. Sharp, of Warrensburg.  They have two children, Robert S. and Mary Agnes, the former having been established in the restaurant business by his father on Walnut near Ninth.

     Despite the demands of his large business, Mr. McClintock has always taken an active interest in all movements tending to the city's welfare and advancement, and has done much to make the town.
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