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Re: Clark, Stradley, Mobley and Cray abt 1815
Posted by: brenda (ID *****6907) Date: February 23, 2005 at 10:07:07
In Reply to: Clark, Stradley, Mobley and Cray abt 1815 by Bernice Wright of 225

Bernice, do you know the origins of Joshua Clark? Several of us are researching Clarks in the area who are comtemporary to your Joshua. they also settled there in the very early 1800's...the nearest geographically (neighbors to your Elizabeth--now close on the Wheeler/Laurens county line, it was fomerly Montgomery county) would be Henry Clark and Hester Clark Lindsey, believed to be Henry's sister. Then, not far away (now Laurens county) is John Clark thought to be his brother. John did have a (for sure) brother, Eli Clark for which we have documentation. We have done DNA testing for the three male lines and found that they do share a common ancestor. Has anyone in your clark line done DNA testing?

I would appreciate any information you could share


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