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James W. Clark - PA - IA - WA - (ID ?)
Posted by: Ken Smith (ID *****7019) Date: August 09, 2004 at 21:01:59
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Son of William N. Clark and Martha (Heaton) Clark

Living in Titusville, Crawford Co., PA in 1862

Was in Iowa briefly after his father was killed in war

Martha had a sister in Columbia County, Wa. named Liza Jane (Heaton) Ashford, b. NY 7-5-1820 d. 1-1-1903

Sister Amanda B. Clark lived in Dayton, Columbia Co. - may not have married.

Sister Weltha Jane Clark m. Andrew Jackson Dexter c. 1865 in Warren Co., PA. Raised family in Columbia Co., WA
Elbridge Dexter b. 1867
C. Roy Dexter b. 1880
Inez Lena Dexter b. July 20, 1875
Flora Mae Dexter b. 1869

Other siblings of James were:
Lydia M.Clark
Mary Etterel Clark
Chauncey Clark (was living in Warren Co., PA in 1880)
Augustus B. Clark
Almene (Almena) Clark

James William Clark may have been the James Clark who died and is buried in Lewiston, ID on 9-10-1938. Was he the father of James Clark b. 1885 d. 2-21-1968 in Lewiston buried in same cemetery.

Was James George Clark b. 12-4-1916 d. 2-22-1989 the son and grandson of the above. He is also buried in same cemetery in Lewiston. Wife was Lila (Covey) Clark who was residing at 2124 8th Ave, Lewiston in 1989.

Desire to establish contact with a living descendant of William N. and Martha Clark.

Ken Smith -
Cullman, Alabama 256-736-2029

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