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Re: 5 generations of Clarks 1670 on Murderki
Posted by: gerri franklin Date: February 25, 2001 at 09:59:38
In Reply to: Re: 5 generations of Clarks 1670 on Murderki by Charles Henderson of 396

I know the name Thomas and birthdate and wife Sarah Luff. It has been my guess that Thomas is a brother or cousin to John Clark, 1676, who is as far back as I have been able to go. I got a sheet from LDS that told about John and his family and at the top it was marked in faint letters EMMIGRATION. I wasn't sure whether that he meant he was earliest in US. He did not have a son Thomas. I wasn't able to find the message to which you were responding, but it will tell about john's children...William, John, Elizabeth, SArah and Sussannah. One of the daughters married a Luff and they sold their inheritance of land. If you go to the regular genforum and go to the Clark surname, I have listed information about them. Manlove's Chance was the name of their swamp, I think> Do you know where Thomas came from? I had a terrible time finding this message, how about responding to: Thanks


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