where is he ,born 1870 mile end old town,to sarah and richard clark,publican,but he does not appear on 1871 census,next entry is 1881 census in bancroft road school work house,if this is the same person
Charles was my Great Grandfather. His father's name was John. Charles married Catherine Amy Brown in Tenterden, Kent, England in 1895. They returned to U.S.A in 1931. Trying to find out more about Charles parents, siblings etc...in U.S.A
My father died when I was approx 3 years old. II only can find one cences record of him. He was born in 1919 in Arkansas. His father Charles C Clark, I dont know where to go with. I only know he was born in Tennessee in 1886. Now the wife I know about. Also he has a older daughter named Sherry. I think in California. Please help
Looking for Margaret Clark, daughter of Charles Winston Clark and AnnaBelle Marie Schurter. She was from Hanover, On. area and he was from Palmerston On. area. They were married July 01, 1925 possibly in Palmerston.
If you are still interested...Mark Fuller Clark is my father-in-law. I have lots of information for you about this side, and I know they have been looking for you...especially his mom and dad, your grandparents (Glenna and Burton Clark). Please message me and I will be glad to give you any info you would like. email@example.com
Seeking info on William Clark's ancestors. He was married to Sarah (possibly Coleman). He was born c. 1790 in SC and died after 1859 in AL. Served in War of 1812. Eleven children: Elijah, Aaron, George Nathaniel (Nathan), Jonas A. H., Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, Wealthy, Matthew, Coleman S., William Jr.
I am a Clarke from Edgefield County, SC and my husband has been working on a family tree. Yes, some of us spell it with an 'E" and others in the family do not. I have found a Willam Clark about 1790 but do not have any additional information on that branch. My Clarke came over from Scotland about 1620 -30 to Virginia. There is a library in Edgefield's Genealogy Library with a new book on the Clark family. It has all the Clark-Clarke branches in it. Hope this will help. Al Wilcenski
Thank you so much for your reply to my query about William Clark (yes, some of my Clarks spelled it with an "e" too). I am sorry to be late in replying, but my email has been kaput for a few days and my son just helped me get it going again. I shall check into the Edgefield Genealogy Library holdings to see if there is a connection with my William Clark. Best wishes in your Clarke research.--(Mrs.) Jerry H. Bailey firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for my great grandmother. Wynne, Cross Co, Arkansas marriage license in 1901 lists age as 18, 5 years younger than her husband, Thomas R. Jordan. 1910 census lists age as 39 (7 years older then T.R.). 1920 Census lists her age again as 39 (3 years younger than T.R.) Ordinarily I would think it was a second marriage, but my mother says there were together until their deaths. She died sometime after 1934 in Texarkana, Miller Co., Arkansas. However, I was told she was buried in Texarkana, Texas. I cannot find any definitive birth or death dates, or her parents names. If anyone has any information, I would be most grateful.