Thanks for your post. I would love to have you related to my Caleb Clark and John Mullins. That would mean I no longer have a dead-end there.
I know nothing about either except Caleb joined the military in Darlington, SC in 1815 for about 6 months.
THere is nothing on his records to help us. He was born in SC but we don't know where. John Mullins is his father-in-law( we are pretty sure but not posivitve, because we don't have documentation.).
I do know that families traveled together so it is entirely possible that the Harris family did and intermarried.
If we could find a connection, then I could find out where Caleb came from in SC. I can't find any info there. There is a Caleb Clark on the Fairfield 1820 census that I think is him and that he married young, had children, wife died and he came to Ga and married Mary Mullins, 1828 in Hall co. Ga. The children on the first family probably stayed with relatives. Caleb and Mary's first child was Nancy Clara, b. 1827 in Tn. She was born before they married in Ga. What does this mean? Was Nancy their daughter or maybe Caleb's daughter by his first wife and the wife died in childbirth? Too many unanswered questions. Other researchers say that the Caleb on the census isn't our Caleb but I haven't seen the paperwork that proves it.
Unfortunately, I don't have any paperwork that does.
Do you have any suggestions about how to find the connection?
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