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Clark Family - Frankfort 1850's
Posted by: Paul (ID *****5478) Date: August 20, 2010 at 12:27:45
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My ggg-grandparents John Clark and Mary Crumbaugh were living in Frankfort during the 1850 census. They had the following children:

Alice Clark, b. 23 July 1836. Married John Tutt 1855. Moved to Illinois by 1860
Katherine Clark b. ca 1837
Henrietta Josephine Clark, b. 10 Jan 1840
Margaret Ann Clark, b. ca 1843 Married in Illinois
Virginia Clark, b. 5 Oct 1843
John Edgar Clark, b. 12 Sept 1845 May have moved to Wheeling, WV by 1860to live with his aunt and grandmother
Henry Iseminger Clark b. 22 July 1847. Married in Illinois. Later moved to N. Dakota
Mattie Clark b. ca 1852. Died before 14 July 1853
Lazarus Powell Clark b. 28 Sept 1853
Edward Clark b. 10 mar 1856
George Marion Norton Clark b. 23 January 1857

Mary Crumbaugh Clark died before 29 July 1857 and, by 1860 John Clark was living in McLean Co., Illinois with the daughter Alice and son-in-law, John Tutt. I have accounted for some of the other children but am curious about what happened to the others. In particular the daughters, Katherine, Henrietta Josephine and Virginia. Did they marry in KY or perhaps die there or did they move elsewhere? Any clues about these people would be helpful.

They evidently attended the Church of the Ascnesion in Frankfort since many of the children appear in the records of that church.



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