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Hugh Clark
Posted by: Kathryn Hagel (ID *****2953) Date: November 26, 2011 at 19:51:53
In Reply to: Mary Straney Clark by Joanna Hamilton of 1134

Dear Joanna,
Mary Straney's husband, John Clark, has the address 5 Boyd's Row, Overton, Lanarkshire, Scotland on his death record. That is the address Hugh Clark gave to the ship Furnessia when he came to the US on April 19, 1910 at the age of 21 (he said). I found that information for free on the Ellis Island passenger records site. Here is the record.
Hugh Clark
Ethnicity: Great Britain, Scottish
Last Place of Residence: Wishaw, Scotland
Date of Arrival: Apr 19, 1910
Age at Arrival: 21
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Ship of Travel: Furnessia
Port of Departure: Glasgow
Manifest Line Number: 29

Here is his SSDI (Social Security Death Index) record of when he died.

Name:       Hugh Clark
SSN:       200-16-5527
Last Residence:       Pennsylvania
Born:       28 Aug 1890
Died:       Jul 1962
State (Year) SSN issued:       Pennsylvania (Before 1951)
SSDI

Here is his US citizenship naturalization paper.

Name:       Hugh Clark
Age:       29
Birth Date:       28 Aug 1890
Birth Location:       Wishaw, Scotland
Arrival Year:       1910
Issue Date:       3 Oct 1919
State:       Pennsylvania
Locality, Court:       Middle District of Pennsylvania, District Court
These are from the National Archives & Records Administration in Washington, DC

There is more information on the Scottish Censuses for 1891 and 1901. They are on www.ancestry.com





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