I am brand new at geneology on the net.I think I have info on the New Hampshire McClintocks.I arrived at your query tracing back my father's family line via Grand Junction Colorado to West Union Iowa, where William McClintock was a lawyer and a newspaper man in the 1860's.
William was the youngest son of James McClintock, who was born in Hillsborough, N. H. in 1782 moved to Ontario County New York in 1814, and owned property there in 1830.
James McClintock came to New York with his wife Hepsibah Jones McClintock and their oldest son Freeman McClintock, who was the McClintock that married a Lydia Short.Once in New York, they had more children, including William my ancestor.
James also brought his 70 year old father, John McClintock, who was born in Hillsborough New Hampshire in 1744.John also owned property in Ontario County New York before he either died, or returned to New Hampshire.
I am not clear if you are looking for Sarah Short McClintock, or Sarah McClintock Short?I couldn't find a record of either.
Nonetheless, here is what I have culled informally from various web sources.I have relied most heavily on the ancestry of Roy McClintock--which is annotated.
8. James McClintock 203,204,205, born Abt. 1782 in Hillsborough, N.H.205; died Bef. 1850 in Solon,
Cuyahoga Co., Ohio206. He was the seventh child of 16. John McClintock and 17. Christian McNeill.
He married 9.Hepsibah Jones Abt. 1803 in Hillsborough, N.H.206.
9. Hepsibah Jones207,208, born 1784 in Hillsborough, N.H.209; died 13 Jul 1871 in Laingsboro, Shiawassee Co., Mich.209.
More About James McClintock:
Baptism: 1782, Hillsborough, N.H.210
Property 1: 04 Jan 1802, Hillsborough, N.H.211
Property 2: 1832, Manchester, Ontario Co., N.Y.212
Residence: 1814, moved to Phelps, Ontario Co., N.Y.
More About Hepsibah Jones:
Name 2: Hepsibah ?214
Name 3: Hepsibeth ?215
Burial: Laingsboro Cemetery, Laingsboro, Shiawassee Co., Mich.216
Residence 1: 1850, Solon, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio216
Residence 2: 1814, Phelps, Ontario Co., NY216
Residence 3: 1870, Laingsboro, Shiawassee Co., Mich.216-living with her eldest son, Freeman
Children of James McClintock and Hepsibah Jones are:
i. child-a McClintock
ii. child-b McClintock
iii. Freeman McClintock217, born 28 Oct 1811 in Hillsborough, N.H.217; died 17 Mar 1882 in Sciota,
Cuyahoga Co., Ohio218; married (1) Lydia A. Short 27 Nov 1831218; married (2) ? Laing 28 Jul 1851 in
Laingsburg, Mich218; married (3) Eliza A. Cook 09 Mar 1871 in Laingsburg, Mich218; died 05 Oct 1874
in Laingsburg, Mich.218; married (4) Mary M. Weeks 18 Jun 1876 in Laingsburg, Mich218.
More About Freeman McClintock:
Education: Bet. 1844 - 1846, medicine219
Occupation 1: Bet. 1847 - 1851, doctor219
Occupation 2: Bet. 1832 - 1833, district school teacher, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio219
Occupation 3: Bet. 1838 - 1841, plasterer219
Occupation 4: Bet. 1852 - 1856, general mercantile business219
Occupation 5: 1856, general mercantile business and real estate219
Politics: Bet. 1832 - 1880, Jacksonian democrat219
Residence 1: Bet. 1832 - 1838, Solon, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio219
Residence 2: Bet. 1838 - 1841, Ontario Co., N.Y.219
Residence 3: Bet. 1841 - 1846, Solon, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio219
Residence 4: Bet. 1846 - 1851, moved to Laingsburg, Mich.219
Residence 5: Bet. 1852 - 1856, Sacramento, California219
Residence 6: Bet. 1856 - 1882, Laingsboro, Shiawassee Co., Mich.219
iv. Louisa McClintock220, born 1813 in New York220
v. J. J. McClintock220, born 1814 in New York ?220
vi. Dexter McClintock220, born 1820 in New York220
4 vii. William McClintock, born 13 Aug 1821 in Wayne Co., N.Y.; died 06 Jul 1893 in West Union, Fayette Co, Ia; married Athalia M. Lacy 24 Oct 1850 in Bainbridge, Geauga Co., OH.
This seventh child, William McClintock, is the one from whom I am descended.
NOWgoing BACK IN TIME.John McClintock accompanied his his youngest son James to New York, when he was about 70 years old.His wife had died 25 years before, when James was only 8.It looks as though John returned to New Hampshire and died, or at least was buried there.
16. John McClintock309, born 1744 in Chester, N.H.309 (; died 09 Oct 1803 in Hillsborough, N.H.309 . He was the fifth son of 32. William McClintock and 33. Agnes Oglebee . He married 17. Christian McNeill 29 Dec 1768 in Derryfield, N.H.309.
17. Christian McNeill309, born 20 Jul 1748 in Derryfield, N.H.309; died 27 Mar 1790 in Hillsborough, N.H.309. She was the daughter of 34. Daniel McNiel and 35. Jannet Hobney.
More About John McClintock:
Military service: 1776, member of Hillsborough, NH, training band310
Children of John McClintock and Christian McNeill are:
i. Rachel McClintock310, born 22 Feb 1770 in Derryfield, N.H.310
ii. Margaret McClintock310, born 14 Sep 1771 in Derryfield, N.H.310
More About Margaret McClintock:
Baptism: 25 Apr 1775, Hillsborough, N.H.310
iii. William McClintock310, born 02 Aug 1773 in Derryfield, N.H.310
iv. Daniel McClintock310, born 15 Dec 1775 in Hillsborough, N.H.310
More About Daniel McClintock:
Baptism: 1776, Hillsborough, N.H.
v. John McClintock310, born 03 Jan 1778 in Hillsborough, N.H.310; died 1809 in Hillsborough, N.H.310;
married ? in Camel's Gore (Windsor), N.H.310.
More About John McClintock:
Baptism: 1778, Hillsborough, N.H.310
vi. Jane McClintock310, born Abt. 1782 in Hillsborough, N.H.310
More About Jane McClintock:
Baptism: 1782, Hillsborough, N.H.310
vii. Christen McClintock310, born Abt. 1785 in Hillsborough, N.H.310; married ? Annis.
More About Christen McClintock:
Baptism: 1785, Hillsborough, N.H.310
32. William McClintock born Abt. 1710(several names, including McClinto, Serg. Wm.McClintock)Son of Michael McClintock, who came in 1722???
Property 1: 1731, Londonderry, N.H.436
Property 2: Manchester (Tingstown), NH---ALSO DERRYFIELD, now part of Manchester N. H.
Residence: Chester, N.H.436
Name 3: Serg. Wm. McClintock436
Military service: 1752, Sergeant - Fence Vere, Derryfield, NH 436SERVING AT AGE 40?-
In 1752 the Town (now Manchester) voted to have public worship services in the barns of William McClintock and Benjamin Stevens. They also voted that the minister would be kept at William McClintocks. From the Town History of Londonderry, according to Posted by: Craig Karr (ID *****8459), http://genforum.genealogy.com/mcclintock/messages/1195.htmlhttp://genforum.genealogy.com/mcclintock/messages/1195.html
He married 33. Agnes Oglebee---WHEN???
Children of William McClintock and Agnes Oglbee are:
i. William McClintock, Jr.436, born Abt. 1736 (when William Sr. was age 25); married Agnes Ougelabe 08 Jan 1765 in Derryfield, N.H.436.WIFE SAME NAME AS HIS MOTHER????
ii. Alexander McClintock436, born Abt. 1738; married Jannet Gambel 12 Feb 1760 in Derryfield, N.H.436.
iii. Mary McClintock436, born Abt. 1740; married David Starrett 28 Oct 1760 in Derryfield, N.H.436.
iv. Janet McClintock436, born Abt. 1742; married David Dickey 26 Feb 1760 in Derryfield, N.H.436.
16 v. John McClintock, born 1744 in Chester, N.H.; died 09 Oct 1803 in Hillsborough, N.H; married Christian McNeill 29 Dec 1768 in Derryfield, N.H..
(Same Info confirmed from the web: Joe Worz (ID *****1967)
William McClintock, married to Agnes Ogelbee. They had a son John, in 1744, born in Chester NH, and he was married to Christian McNeal).
I knew that William and Agnes had two children (Alexander who married Janet Gamble in 1760 and had 8 children in Derryfield, and Mary [my ancestor], born in 1740 in Francestown. She married David Starrett in 1760 in Maine and died in 1785). And now you have shown me they also had a son, John.
Michael McClintock and his wife came to New England about 1722, with their son William who was then age 12.They MAY have been from Belmorry Antrium County, Ireland (and probably moved to Ireland from Scotland). They went to Londonderry, NH. They are listed in the town history of Londonderry as being among the earliest settlers (around 1733) in what is now Manchester. The history also says Michael and William (father and son) built the first bridge across the Cohoes, and another on the Little Cohoes, on the road from Amoskeag to Derry in 1738.
Hope that this is fun for you!!!If you have corrections please let me know, as well as the Sarah Short connection.