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Re: Atico Cemetery
Posted by: MICHAEL PENNELL (ID *****0866) Date: November 02, 2009 at 21:20:30
In Reply to: Atico Cemetery by Jon Edge of 598

Jon,

You may want to contact the Collettsville Historical Society website for more information about the Atico Cemetery which is located on the Adako Road in the Collettsville Township of Caldwell County, North Carolina. You can send e-mail's to the members of the website. They will answer your questions and may even give you directions to the Atico Cemetery.

There is also a book that is available at the Caldwell County Public Library with information about the entire Clark/Clarke family history. The book was written and published by Robert Bradley Clark from West Des Moins, Iowa in December 1997. The book goes back to the year 1650 in Scotland. I have a partial copy of this book. The Taylor surname is also in this book, so you may want to go to the Caldwell County Public Library to make a copy of this book.

Your ancestors Joel Clark and Elizabeth Betsy Taylor Clark are indeed buried at the Atico Cemetery along with many other Clark families too. They are 6 children listed below Joel and Elizabeth Clark in that book. While you are at the library you may want to look up an obituary notice for Elizabeth Betsy Taylor Clark since she died in 1892 in Caldwell County, NC.

Here are two websites that may be of interest to you in your research:

Collettsville Historical Society
http://www.collettsvillehistoricalsociety.org/

FamilySearch
http://www.familysearch.org/
(This website has the NC death certificates available, so you may be able to print off some of your Clark/Clarke family member's death certificates if they died in any county in NC.)


Good luck in your research,
Michael Pennell


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