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Posted by: David S. May Date: March 19, 2001 at 19:25:40
In Reply to: Re: JAMES CANSLER CLARK & JOSEPH CLARK 1839 by Gale Hendricks Wallen of 755

Gale, thank you for telling me about the sources for the Brashers and the Clarks. Where did you find the one on the Brasher's? As it turns out, Margaret Mason is the person who told me that the "C" in James C. Clark stands for "Cansler", but she could not find again the written source for that information. I will try to find the written Clark source that you mention. Also, if you would like to read a narrative about James C. Clark dictated by one of his sons, Thomas, and to see a picture of James Cansler Clark, go to the website,, and type in James Cansler Clark in the nonfamous graves index, and you will see the narrative and photograph. If you have any more information, like where to find the Clark source, please let me know. Thanks!

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