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H. CLOUGH, wagon-maker, Corry, was born April 3, 1822, in Susquehanna County, Penn. He is a son of John and Deborah Clough, both deceased. John Clough was a farmer, and died in 1855. seventy-one or seventy-two years of age. They were the parents of ten children— six boys and four girls, seven surviving. Our subject was the third son. He was reared and received his education in Wayne County, where he also learned his trade under George Warner. He worked as journeyman for a short time. In 1843, he started in business in Wyoming County, where he remained fourteen years. Mr. Clough came to Corry in 1865, where he has successfully carried on his present business. Our subject was united in marriage with Pauline Stanton, now deceased. They were the parents of two children— Elmina A., wife of William Harner, and William Decator, who died at the age of thirty-three. Mr. Clough married, for his second wife, I.F. Maynord. This union has resulted in the birth of six children. Their names are as follows: Della A., died February 20, 1884; B.F., T.M., Walter, John and Blanche, and a boy and another girl deceased. Subject and wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church.