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Re: Abraham Clarke/Jacob Clarke NC>TN>IL
Posted by: Fred Clark (ID *****4474) Date: January 24, 2007 at 08:43:04
In Reply to: Re: Abraham Clarke/Jacob Clarke NC>TN>IL by Debbie Clark Krasnesky of 2352

The Abraham (Jr) that you refer to in the 1800 census is my 4th great grandfather. I have the following names and birthdates for his children: 1)Abraham, 1798 (myggg grandfather) 2)William, 1796 3)Rueben 4)Jacob Charles
I do not have the names of the other children, but I can tell you the above 4 names show up alot in this family, and sometimes researchers get them confused as a result.
I have tested dna with, and if you have any Clark males in the family I highly suggest that they participate. I have matched up with a family in Kentucky and our common ancestor is Abraham Sr. Abraham (1798) and his wife show up on the marriage document of their son, John, my gg grandfather.
Abraham Jr had a brother named Jacob Scott Clark, and there is quite a bit of info available about him thanks to a will he left.
I am interested to know about the Revolutionary war information and where the birthdate of Abraham Jr. came from. All I knew before was that it was about 1770.
Fred Clark III

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