Individual Details

Leander N. Angell

(March 11, 1852 - 1933)

Leander, son of Charles and Eleanor Black Angell married Nancy Trobaugh. Leander was born in Illinois then lived and died in Iowa, the Butler county Clarksville area. He and Eleanor had one son, Elmer who fought in WWI and died in France. Leander was presumably close with older cousin George Flood, son of William and Delia Viola Angell Flood. Delia lived with Leander’s family when they were young. George Flood and Leander were executors of Charles’s will. Leander, like his father, was a farmer.


BirthMarch 11, 1852Illinois, United States
Census1860Butler, Iowa, United States
Census1870Butler, Iowa, United States
Census1880Butler, Iowa, United States
MarriageNovember 7, 1880Butler, Iowa, United States - Nancy Elizabeth Trobough
Census1900Clarksville, Butler, Iowa, United States
CivilDecember 20, 1909Father's will - Butler, Iowa, United States
Census1910Fremont, Butler, Iowa, United States
ResidenceFebruary 20, 1918Clarksville, Butler, Iowa, United States
ResidenceNovember 20, 1918Clarksville, Butler, Iowa, United States
ResidenceDecember 18, 1918Clarksville, Butler, Iowa, United States
Census1920Butler, Iowa, United States
Census1925Clarksville, Butler, Iowa, United States
Census1930Butler, Iowa, United States
Death1933Iowa, United States
BurialAntioch Cemetery, Clarksville, Butler, Iowa, United States


SpouseNancy Elizabeth Trobough (1855 - 1943)
ChildElmer Earl Angell (1890 - 1918)
FatherCharles Henry Angell (1825 - 1909)
MotherEleanor Reed Black (1828 - 1898)
SiblingMary Alice Angell (1863 - 1936)