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Re: Clark Family
Posted by: Bob Clark (ID *****9693) Date: November 08, 2002 at 08:55:07
In Reply to: Clark Family by Rhonda Dills of 677

Rhonda, there may have been more than one Clark family in Dade, but.... My Clark family descends from Rev. Thomas Clark of Wildwood, Dade GA (~1785-1848). Wildwood is in the north area of Dade Co. Their farm was supposedly about 5 miles from Chattanooga. Thomas was born in Pulaski Ky, but he moved with his family to Warren Co. TN about 1800. Thomas then married and moved to Dade Co. somewhere between 1833-1837. As far as I know they did not live on Lookout Mtn, but if I remember right it is not far away. Thomas and his wife Elizabeth are buried in the Townsend cemetery near Wildwood. I do not show a Patricia or any Morrisons in my records, but a step father could be a possibility, I suppose. I have more information on the Dade Co. Clarks... -- Bob


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