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Just as a quick lookup...I did a survey of Licking Co cemeteries & I came up with the following for St Albans Tp: Biggs (now extinct, remains removed to Maple Grove), Cornell-Wright, Devilbliss Family (abandoned), Drake, Gaffield, Hammond, Maple Grove, Nichols (abandoned), Old Cemetery. I have locations if you want them. Somewhat reliable readings are probably available from the Licking Co Genealogical Society.
Samuel CLARK appears in the 1820 Census for St Albans Tp with 001101-01001; 1816 Tax Index owning land in range 14 tp 2; 1826 Tax Index owning 12 personal property in Granville Tp & land in St Albans Tp; 1834 Tax Index Samuel's heirs with land & personal property in St Albans Tp & a listing for Samuel R.'s heirs with 9 parcels of land in Granville Tp; in Bristers History v1p323 "In the spring of 1811 Samuel CLARK, one of the Granville company, settled on the Worthington road, near the eastern line of the township, where he worked at his trade, being the first blacksmith, and a good mechanic. He remained here until his death, in 1824." There were other Samuel CLARKs later in the area &, of course, many other CLARKs. St Albans Tp was first settled in 1807 & was classified as US Military Lands. It is located directly west of Granville Tp, east of Jersey Tp, south of Liberty Tp, & north of Harrison Tp in Licking Co, OH.