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Re: Frances H. Freeman
Posted by: Carolyn Gage (ID *****0780) Date: November 18, 2002 at 14:55:46
In Reply to: Re: Frances H. Freeman by charles hart of 1623

Thank you so much. I especially noticed the names of A.J. and Catherine Clark in the very last line.
This is interesting to me because just this past weekend I came across a small Bible that had been presented to my grandmother (Frances Freeman's daughter) by a woman she referred to as "Grandma Clark"
In the 1860 census for Noble Co., Perry Twp, Indiana I find an Andrew J. and Catherine Clark; also in the household is a Frances age 13. The ages are correct, and now this ties the Clarks to the Wantz's with whom I found Frances in 1850.
It would be interesting to me if I could connect the Richard Freeman and Clarissa Smith to my Frances. The date of the wedding would indicate that they could be her parents since she must have been born about July 1846.

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