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Re: Clark Plantation Family Cemetery
Posted by: Carol Hull (ID *****6110) Date: February 28, 2009 at 11:33:23
In Reply to: Re: Clark Plantation Family Cemetery by Alton Harvey of 798

William CLARK and Mary HARVEY had sons John and Benjamin, as I mentioned before. The sons married sisters--John CLARK married Elizabeth KENDRICK, and Benjamin W. CLARK married Julia KENDRICK. According to other researchers, Elizabeth's and Julia's parents, James KENDRICK and Tabitha ROGERS Kendrick were buried in the Clark family cemetery at the Clark plantation. (That makes me think that either John or Benjamin inherited the place from their parents.)

James and Tabitha are my ancestors through their oldest son, Drury. If that cemetery still exists, I would love to find out if their grave markers are still there.

I was hoping someone had already researched the Clark family's land records, so that I wouldn't have to do it! **smile**


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