I see that you are looking for William Cline(1746-1853) info. I have a book by William DuBois who is a decendent of William Cline and this is what he has written.
William Cline b. 6-23-1746, NJ
d. 8-23-1853 Jay County, Indiana
Susannah Lance b. Bedford County, PA
d. 1823, Gallia County, Ohio
There childeren are:
1. Anna Mariah Cline b. 1784-1874
2. Mary Cline b. 1785-1886
3. William Cline Jr. b. ??-1830
4. Abram Cline b. 1789-1883
Mary McLeod b. 1792-1876
Childern of Abram and Mary were:
George W. Cline m. Harriet Moon
Joseph J. W. Cline m. Rebecca Jones
Edward M. Cline m. Salina Buttolph
Nancy J. Cline m. George W. Colwell
Norman L. Cline m. Francis E. Colwell
Abram M. Cline m. Mary J. Spicklemire
Irena A. m. Jehu Johnson
5. Sarah Cline b. 1797-1886
6. Eliz. Cline b. 1799-1869
7. Margaret Cline b. 1800-1896
Also here are some notes I have for William Cline in my family tree:
William Cline was born 23 Jan 1747 New Jersey. He died 23 Aug 1853 and buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery on the Randolph County side. He married Susannah Lance. Children Anna Mary; William Jr.; Elizabeth; Abram; Mary; Sarah; Margaret; Conrad. Second wife Jane Woten. Children: Susannah born 1828 married John Bird; Cynthia born 1830 married David Bird and Charles Rice; Alexander H. born 1832 married Elizabeth Cochran and Lucinda Pinny; Jerushia A. born 1834 married Henry C. Mongar; Lydia A. born 1836 (was a Real Daughter) married Thomas W. Simmons; Jacob born 1838; Charles born 1841. His pension states that he had eleven children by his first wife and seven by his second. Source Page 99, Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Indiana, 1938.
This is a write up on William Cline out of the Randolph County history book 1818-1990 published by Turner.
CLINE, William Cline was b in 1747 in New Jersey, the son of Conrad and Anna Cline, immigrants from Germany. William served with the Maryland troops in the American Revolutionary War from 1777 to the end of the war. He and his wife, Susannah Lance had several children and they live in Pennsylvania and Hardy County, West Virginia before they moved to Gallia County, Ohio. November 1, 1827, when he was 80 years old he married Jane Woten aged 28, the daughter of Edward Bell Woten and Jane Gilliland Woten of Virginia. Six children were born to this couple and, when he was 100 years old, the family moved in wagons to Madison Twp., Jay County----then part of Randolph County, Indiana. William died in 1853 having attained the age of 106 years old, nine months and seven days. Wiiliam, several of this family, and Edward Bell Woten, are buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Jane Woten Cline is listed amoung the early members of Pleasant Hill Church.
It is interesting to note that several of William Cline's children lived to be in their late nineties and one was 102-when she died.
Some of William's children by his first marriage had moved to the Fort Recovery area in Ohio and Jane Woten's parents moved to Jay County prior to the Cline's move to Indiana.
In 1832, Alexander Henderson Cline, was born to William and Jane in Gallia County, Ohio. He first married Elizabeth Cochran with whom he had six children who were raised by relatives after Elizabeth died in 1864, while Alexander was serving with the Union Army in the War Between the States. In 1866, Alexander married Lucinda Davis Pinney, whose husband, Wilson Pinney, was killed in the Civil War. Lucinda and Wilson had one son, Hiram Pinney. Lucinda was bornin 1837, was the first child born to Ziba and Lorhama Davis after their move to the Allentown area of Randolph County, Indiana. Six children were born to Alexander and Lucinda Cline; Louisa who married Demas Lindley; Anna Ludicia, who married William Peden, Hannah Mae, who married Joseph Matchett; Fred, who married Margaret Norris; John, who married Cora Raines; and Joe, who married Vesta kemp.
Anna Ludicia Cline was born Nov. 26, 1868 in Randolph County, Indiana, in the village then known as Allentown, one and one half miles south of Salem which is on the Jay-Randolph County line. On March 10, 1888, she married William Peden son of Thomas and Martha(Baker) Peden at the home of mother, Mrs. Lucinda Cline, Salem, Indiana.
Five children were born to William and Anna Ludicia Peden.
Diane, I hope this helps if you need any other information just let me know and I will look and see what I have. Sincerely Ann Mongar firstname.lastname@example.org