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Re: CLARK/MILLER, Early 1800s, Pickens Co.
Posted by: Rebecca Smith (ID *****2718) Date: October 13, 2007 at 11:41:41
In Reply to: CLARK/MILLER, Early 1800s, Pickens Co. by Becky Smith of 1161

Information that has come to light since my 1999 posting indicates that Ruth Ann CLARK's mother was Amelia Monroe "Milly" HOOPER who married (1) John Sevier CLARK and (2) Col. James Dickinson WORD, Sr. Amelia was b. Feb 10, 1796 and she and John had 3 daughters: Elizabeth W. who m. Jesse A. HALL; Ruth Ann Goodwin who m. Fenton B. HALL (brother of Jesse); and Harriett Perry CLARK who m. Dr. H.V.M. MILLER. John Sevier CLARK was son of Col. William H. CLARK who married (2nd) Ruth Ann GOODWIN, for whom my gg grandmother, Ruth Ann Goodwin CLARK, was named. Col. William's first wife was Elizabeth SEVIER, d/o Gov/Brig. General John SEVIER of TN. Some show John to be a son of Elizabeth's, but he not born until 6 November 1792. Elizabeth Sevier Clark had died 15 Nov 1790, leaving only two children, Elizabeth and Sarah Hawkins "Sally" CLARK.

Please note: I do not yet have documentation to 100% prove all of this.

Anyone else researching these families?

--Becky


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