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*William Clarke

Aug 1609: born Plymouth, Dorsetshire, England.

1630: on “Mary and John” to America.

1637: married Sarah Holton or Howard (______ England-6 Sept 1675 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts).

21 June 1638: daughter Sarah born Dorchester, Norfolk, Massachusetts; died 1638; unmarried.

1 Oct 1639: son Jonathan born Dorchester, Norfolk, Massachusetts; unmarried.

27 Jan 1642: son Nathaniel born.

30 Mar 1643: daughter Experience born Dorchester, Norfolk, Massachusetts; unmarried.

16 Mar 1646: child Increase born Dorchester, Norfolk, Massachusetts; died 24 Apr 1662; unmarried.

1 Mar 1648: daughter Rebecca born Dorchester, Norfolk, Massachusetts; married 9 Dec 1669 Israel Rust, son of Henry Rust; died 8 Feb 1733 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; nine children.

1 Sept 1652: son John born.

23/25 Oct 1653: son Samuel born baptized.

*3 July 1656: son William born.

19 Mar 1659: daughter Sarah born Dorchester, Norfolk, Massachusetts; married 3/23 Dec 1675 John Parsons (1650-1728) son of Joseph and Mary (Bliss) Parsons; died 15 Apr 1728 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; buried Old Cemetery Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; nine children.

1663: elected deputy to general court until 1682.

15 Nov 1767: m/2 Sarah Cooper, widow (_____ Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts-8 May 1688 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts). The Hartford Times said her name was Munson.

1681: house burned and rebuilt.

19 July 1690: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; buried Old Cemetery, Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.


Genealogical and Family History of the State of Connecticut Vol. II New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company 1911, pp 652:

“Lieutenant William Clarke, immigrant ancestor was born in Dorsetshire, England in 1609. Family tradition says that he came to New England in the ship “Mary and John,” leaving Plymouth England Mar. 30, 1630. His name also appears in the list of passengers in the “Mary and John” which sailed from London March 24, 1633. He settled at Dorchester before 1635 where he was a prominent citizen, selectman 1646-1650. In 1653 he was one of the petitioners to settle in Northampton, and he moved there in 1659. His wife rode on horseback with two baskets or panniers hung across the horse, carrying a boy in each basket and one on her lap, her husband, fifty years old, preceding on foot. He was granted twelve acres on the west side of what is now Elm St., bordering on Mill River, and comprising today the north half of the campus of Smith College. He built a log house where he lived until 1681 when it was burned, being set on fire by a Negro, Jack, a servant of Samuel Wolcott, who took a brand of fire from the hearth and swung it up and down to ‘find victuals.’ The new house built in its place remained standing until 1826. Lieutenant Clarke organized in 1661 a trained band of sixty men, which he commanded in King Philip’s war. He served as selectman twenty years and was also a judge of the county court.


He died in Northampton July 18, 1690 and in 1884 a monument was erected to his memory by his descendants. The old gravestone is still preserved. He married (first) Sarah who died Sept. 16, 1675, (second) November 15, 1676 Sarah Cooper, who died May 6, 1688. Children, Sarah, born 1638; Jonathan, 1639; Nathaniel, 1642; Experience, 1643; Increase, 1646; Rebecca, 1648; John, 1651; Samuel, 1653; William, 1656 (mentioned below); Sarah, 1659.
The original territory of Northampton was also Southampton, Westhampton, Easthampton, Hatfield and Montgomery.
“The summer of 1630, ten years after the Pilgrim Fathers landed at Plymouth Rock, witnessed an unprecedented immigration to the New England Colony. Between February and August arrived seventeen ships loaded with families.
The “Mary and John,” which sailed from Plymouth, England, on the twentieth of March brought one hundred and fifty passengers. They were emigrants from Dorset, Devon and Somerset, principally young bachelors, or young married couples. Among the latter were Matthew Grant and Priscilla his wife, the earliest known ancestors of General Grant. They were each twenty-nine years old, and they brought with them an infant daughter…
On the thirtieth of May the ship landed at Nantasket, a peninsula on the southeast side of the narrow entrance to the harbor of Boston, and nine miles from the city. Captain of the “Mary and John” was Captain Squib.
The “West country people” settled four miles from Boston, at Matapan. This Indian appellation they changed to Dorchester, in memory of a town in their own English Dorsetshire.
Nathaniel Clarke (son of William and Sarah (Holton) Clarke)

27 Jan 1642: born Dorchester, Norfolk, Massachusetts.

8 May 1663: married Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts, Mary Meekins (27 Apr 1641 Braintree, Massachusetts-_____). She m/2 14 Dec 1669 John Allis (5 Mar 1642 Hatfield, Massachusetts-Jan 1691), carpenter. She m/3 ca 1691 Samuel Beldon.

3 Mar 1664: daughter Mary born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 5 Apr 1682 Jonathan Parsons (1657-1694) son of Joseph and Mary (Bliss) Parsons; m/2 Benjamin Hastings (1659-1711).

25 Aug 1665: daughter Sarah born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 11 Dec 1684 Samuel Wells (1662-1690) son of Thomas and Mary (Parker) Wells; m/2 1693/95 Thomas Meekins (1673-_____).

22 Aug 1667: Robin, an Indian servant to Nathaniel Clarke, killed by the Indianas, Northampton, Massachusetts.

30 Mar 1669: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
John Clarke (son of William and Sarah (Holton) Clarke)

1 Sept 1651: born Dorchester, Norfolk, Massachusetts.

12 Sept 1677: married Rebecca Cooper (15 May 1657 Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts-5/8 May 1678 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts); died less than 20 days after her daughter was born; daughter of Thomas Cooper.

20 Apr 1678: daughter Sarah born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 25 May 1705 Zachariah Field; 5 children.

16/20 Mar 1679: m/2 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, Mary Strong (26 Oct 1654 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut-8 Dec 1738 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts), daughter of John Strong and sister of Hannah Strong, wife of William Clarke.

28 Dec 1679: son John born

13 May 1681: son Nathaniel born.

18 Oct 1682: son Ebenezer born.

8 Apr 1684: son Increase born.

27 Oct 1685: daughter Mary born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 5 Jan 1706 Benjamin Edwards (1681/2-_____) son of Benjamin and Thankful (Sheldon) Edwards; 9 children.

22/24 Nov 1687: daughter Rebecca born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 1 June 1710 Captain John Baker (1680-1762) son of Timothy and Sarah (Hollister) Baker; died 9/28 June 1774 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; buried Old Cemetery Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts. Double wedding with sister, Experience; 11 children.

30 Oct 1689: daughter Experience born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 1 June 1710 Daniel Nash (1676-1760) son of Timothy and Rebecca (Stone) Nash; 10 children.

Mar 1691/2: daughter Abigail born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 21 Nov 1712 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, Noah Cook Jr. (1688-1773) son of Noah and Sarah (Nash) Cook, Sr.; died 27 Dec 1766 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; buried Old Cemetery, Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; 9 children.

28 Mar 1694: son Noah born.

13 Feb 1696: daughter Thankful born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; died 9 May 1696 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

11 June 1697: son Josiah born

3 Sept 1704: died Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut.

Deacon. On his way home from Boston he suffered from “fatigue and cold taken in a snowstorm 3 Sept 1704”; this caused his death.

The six sons of this family each lived with the wife of his youth more than 50 years. They all outlived their wives and the daughters all outlived their husbands.
John Clarke (son of John and Mary (Strong) Clarke)

28 Dec 1679: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

31 Oct 1704: married 31 Oct 1704 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Cook (1685-18 Oct 1761 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; buried Bridge Street Cemetery, Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts) daughter of Noah and Sarah (Nash) Cook of Hartford.

1704: settled on homestead; lived in the same house for 64 years.

27 Sept 1705: son John born.

6 Oct 1707: son Eliakim born.

10 Nov 1709: son Aaron born.

23 Jan 1712: daughter Jerusha born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 20 Sept 1739 Jonathan Kingsley (1700-1754) he m/1 Martha Strong, m/3 Rebecca Clark; died 11 Mar 1745.

20 Apr 1714: son Elisha born.

Aug 1716: son Ithamar born.

no date: daughter Sarah born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 1754 Matthew Clark; m/2 1763 Josiah Moody.

no date: daughter Elizabeth born; married 1748 Benjamin Edwards.

1723: daughter Catharine born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 1747 Samuel Edwards (1716-1783) son of Samuel and Sarah (Pomeroy) Edwards; died 29 Apr 1803.

1725: son Gershom born.

no date: son Stephen born.

24 Sept 1729: son David born.

3 Aug 1768: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; buried Bridge Street Cemetery, Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

Deacon.
John Clarke (son of John and Elizabeth (Cook) Clarke)

27 Sept 1705: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

28 Dec 1732: married Submit Searle.

no date: m/2 Sumit (White) Judd.

21 Aug 1766: died Southampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.


Eliakim Clarke (son of John and Elizabeth (Cook) Clarke)

6 Oct 1707: born.

10 Dec 1730: married Esther Wright.

18 Jan 1781: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.


Aaron Clarke (son of John and Elizabeth (Cook) Clarke)

10 Nov 1709: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

11 Nov 1731: married Elizabeth Bartlett.

1783: died.


Elisha Clarke (son of John and Elizabeth (Cook) Clarke)

20 Apr 1714: born.

3 Jan 1737/8: married Hannah Bartlett.

27 Aug 1747: died Southampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; buried Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

Killed by Indians.
Ithamar Clarke (son of John and Elizabeth (Cook) Clarke)

Aug 1716: born.

10 Aug 1738: married Martha Alexander.

no date: m/2 Elizabeth _______.

no date: m/3 Sarah Parsons.

7 Jan 1802: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.


Gershom Clarke (son of John and Elizabeth (Cook) Clarke)

1725: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

1751: married Hannah Keet.

22 Sept 1777: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.


Stephen Clarke (son of John and Elizabeth (Cook) Clarke)

no date: died Cape Breton/Boston.


David Clarke (son of John and Elizabeth (Cook) Clarke)

24 Sept 1729: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

ca 1752: married Eunice Bartlett.

no date: m/2 Mary (_______) Wood.

13 Nov 1810: died.
Nathaniel Clarke (son of John and Mary (Strong) Clarke)

13 May 1681: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

26 Oct 1705: married Hannah (Sheldon) Catlin (9 Aug/Oct 1684 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts-13 Feb/July 1764 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts).

11 Oct 1706: son Nathaniel, Jr. born.

21 Feb 1709: daughter Hannah born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 2 Dec 1736 John Parsons (1700-1785) son of John and Sarah (Atherton) Parsons; died 2 Jan 1707 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; 6 children.

23 July 1711: son Joseph born.

11 Oct 1713: son Jonathan born.

30 Mar 1716: son Selah born.

24 Nov 1722: son Gideon born.

23 Nov 1767: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

Farmer.
Nathaniel Clarke, Jr. (son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Catlin) Clarke)

11 Oct 1706: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

31 Oct 1728: married Sarah Kingsley.

11 July 1773: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.


Joseph Clarke (son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Catlin) Clarke)

23 July 1711: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

2 May 1734: married Mercy Wright.

no date: m/2 Rebecca Loomis.

26/28 Nov 1743: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
Jonathan Clarke (son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Catlin) Clarke)

11 Oct 1713: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

25 July 1734: married Thankful Edwards.

7 June 1789: died.


Selah Clarke (son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Catlin) Clarke)

30 Mar 1716: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

22 Sept 1737: married Eunice Wright.

29 Nov 1806: died.


Gideon Clarke (son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Catlin) Clarke)

24 Nov 1722: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

no date: married Rachel Wright.

Clark Genealogy says he married Mary Munn.


Ebenezer Clarke (son of John and Mary (Strong) Clarke)

18 Oct 1682: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

10 Dec 1712: married Abigail Parsons, his cousin (1 Jan 1689-17 Aug 1765 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts) daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth (Strong) Parsons.

16 Aug 1714: son Ebenezer born.

4 Apr 1716: son Ezra born.

29 Nov 1718: daughter Abigail born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, ca 1741 John Baker, Jr. , son of John and Rebecca (Clark) Baker, her cousin; 29 Feb 1792 or 10 Oct 17 1763 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; 7 children.

3 Jan 1721: son William born.

24 Apr 1723: daughter Sarah born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; ca 1745 married Zadoc Lyman (1719-1754); m/2 John Wright (1713-1795) son of John and Abigail (Moseley) Wright; died 1795 Williamsburg, Massachusetts; 7 children.

25 Mar 1726: son Jedediah born.

15 Mar 1729: son Israel born.

30 Sept 1731: son Elihu born.

27 Feb 1781: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

Lieutenant.
Ebenezer Clarke (son of Ebenezer and Abigail (Parsons) Clarke)

16 Aug 1714: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

1740: married Jerusha Russell.

21 Nov 1782: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.


Ezra Clarke (son of Ebenezer and Abigail (Parsons) Clarke)

4 Apr 1716: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

13 Dec 1739: married Martha Phelps.

19 July 1788: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; buried Old Cemetery Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.


William Clarke (son of Ebenezer and Abigail (Parsons) Clarke)

3 Jan 1721: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

no date: married Sarah (King) Root.

29 Dec 1807: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; buried Old Cemetery Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.


Jedediah Clarke (son of Ebenezer and Abigail (Parsons) Clarke)

25 Mar 1726: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

no date: married Sarah Russell.

no date: m/2 Ruth Hawks.

9 Aug 1800: died.
Israel Clarke (son of Ebenezer and Abigail (Parsons) Clarke)

15 Mar 1729: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

3 Dec 1756: married Mehitable Montague.

17 June 1796: died.


Elihu Clarke (son of Ebenezer and Abigail (Parsons) Clarke)

30 Sept 1731: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

1765?: married Martha Mather.
Increase Clarke (son of John and Mary (Strong) Clarke)

8 Apr 1684: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

2 Feb 1710: married Mary Sheldon (18 Sept 1690-6 Aug 1767 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts), daughter of Isaac, Jr. and Sarah (Warner) Sheldon.

7 Jan 1711: daughter Mary born; married 17 Mar 1737 Jerijah Strong, Jr. (1705-1781) son of Jerijah and Thankful (Stebbins) Strong; died 16 July 1798 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

31 Mar 1712/13: son Daniel born.

18 Dec 1714: daughter Eunice born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; died 10 Jan 1715 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

7 June 1716: son Moses born.

5 Sept 1718: daughter Lois born; married 29 Nov 1764 Bela Strong.

19/20 Oct 1720: son Simeon born.

5 Sept 1725: daughter Rachel born; died 28 Aug 1745 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

5 Sept 1728: daughter Jemima born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 1747 Aaron Baker, son of John and Rebecca (Clark) Baker; died 1815.

14 June 1730: son Elijah born.

27 Aug 1775: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

Farmer. It was said of Increase that he could out pray Jonathan Edwards “with his hands behind him.” (Sunderland).


Daniel Clarke (son of Increase and Mary (Sheldon) Clarke)

31 Mar 1712/13: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

30 Aug 1739: married Experience Allen.

no date: m/2 Mary Field.

26 Dec 1804: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
Moses Clarke (son of Increase and Mary (Sheldon) Clarke)

7 June 1716: born.

no date: married Sarah Parson.

no date: m/2 Lydia Root.

no date: m/3 Martha Henderson.

no date: m/4 Rebecca Dickinson.

7 Mar 1785: died.
Simeon Clarke (son of Increase and Mary (Sheldon) Clarke)

19/20 Oct 1720: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

2 Nov 1749: married Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rebecca Strong.

28 Oct 1801: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.


Elijah Clarke (son of Increase and Mary (Sheldon) Clarke)

14 June 1730: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

8 Nov 1759: married Experience Field.

12 Apr 1791: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.


Noah Clarke (son of John and Mary (Strong) Clarke)

28 Mar 1694: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts

no date: married Eunice Dickinson (10 Feb 1697-25 Aug 1770 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts) son of John and Sarah (_____) Dickinson.

26 Feb 1719: son Noah, Jr. born.

26 Jan 1720: son Timothy born.

29 Apr 1723: son Seth born.

12 Feb 1729: son Silas born.

10 Feb 1731: son Philip born.

13 Apr 1735: daughter Eunice; married Gideon Lyman, Jr., son of Gideon and Esther (Strong) Lyman.

no date: son born; died 23 Feb 1750 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

18 May 1776: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
Noah Clarke, Jr. (son of Noah and Eunice (Dickinson) Clarke)

26 Feb 1719: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

no date: married Rachel Phelps.

20 Dec 1789: died Granby, Hampshire, Massachusetts.


Timothy Clarke (son of Noah and Eunice (Dickinson) Clarke)

26 Jan 1720: born.

no date: married Priscilla Edwards.

no date: m/2 Priscilla Bundy.

21 Oct 1805: died.

Clark Genealogy says his first wife was Sarah Judd.


Seth Clarke (son of Noah and Eunice (Dickinson) Clarke)

29 Apr 1723: born.

no date: married Mary Edwards.

After 1790: died.


Silas Clarke (son of Noah and Eunice (Dickinson) Clarke)

12 Feb 1729: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

15 Jan 1756: married Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Strong.

14 Jan 1813: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.


Philip Clarke (son of Noah and Eunice (Dickinson) Clarke)

10 Feb 1731: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

4 Sept 1755: married Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rachel Jones.

no date: m/2 Abigail Grant.

19 May 1818: died Easthampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
Josiah Clarke (son of John and Mary (Strong) Clarke)

11 June 1697: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

23 Dec 1719: married Thankful Sheldon (6 Jan 1698-20 Feb 1774 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts) daughter of Isaac Jr. and Sarah (Warner) Sheldon.

6 May 1721: son Josiah born; married 10 Dec 1747 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, Mary Baker; died 16 Nov 1808 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; buried Old Cemetery, Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

4 May 1726: son Enoch born; married 16 June 1764 Mary Kingsley; died 2 Nov 1800 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

1 July 1731: daughter Thankful born; married 1769 Nathan Frary, of Deerfield, Massachusetts.

2 Oct 1732: son Isaac born; died 21 Nov 1732 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

7 Apr 1789: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

Farmer.
Samuel Clarke (son of William and Sarah (Holton) Clarke)

16 Oct 1653: born Dorchester, Norfolk, Massachusetts.

1 Mar 1682: married Dorchester, Norfolk, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Edwards (22 Feb 1659/60 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts-7 Jan 1741 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts) daughter of Alexander.

22 Jan 1682/3 daughter Elizabeth born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; died 6 Jan 1713 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

21 Aug 1686: daughter Sarah born; married John Wright?

2 Aug 1688: son Samuel, Jr. born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 16 June 1715 Mary (____) Davis; m/2 Sarah Rust; died 17 Oct 1745.

12 Mar 1692: son Benoni born; died young.

May 1695: daughter Joanna born; died 3 July 1720 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

23 Mar/Apr 1697: son Benjamin born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; died 12 Dec 1698 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

26 Sept 1698: son Obadiah; died 29 Oct 1732 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

21 Sept 1702: daughter Miriam born; died 14 July 1720 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

Nov 1699: son Elnathan; died 6 Feb 1700 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

5 Aug 1729: died Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; buried Old Cemetery, Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

Mill owner. Samuel buried 4 sons and 5 daughters. Two children were living in 1729 to inherit his estate.


*William Clarke (son of William and Sarah (Holton) Clarke)

3 July 1656: born Dorchester, Norfolk, Massachusetts.

15 July 1680: married Hannah Strong, Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, daughter of John Strong and Abigail Ford; sister of Mary Strong, wife of John Clarke.

5 May 1681/82: daughter Hannah born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; married 27 May 1698 Ebenezer Hunt; m/2 Thomas Bessell; died 10 June 1758 Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

25 Jan 1683: daughter Abigail born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts; died 2 May 1687 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

15 Feb 1685: son William III born.

*13 May 1688: son Jonathan born.

14 Apr 1690: son Thomas born.

31 Dec 1691: son Joseph born.

1 Feb 1693: son Benoni born.

31 Jan 1694/5: m/2 Mary Smith (ca 1662-23 Apr 1748), daughter of Benjamin Smith.

9/12 Oct 1695: son Timothy born.

18 Nov 1697: son Gershom born.

22 Nov 1699: daughter Mary born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; died 10 Oct 1702 Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

19 Nov 1701: son David born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; unmarried; died 19 June 1703.

22 June 1705: son David born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; unmarried; 10 May 1706.

29 May 1725: died Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.
William II’s birth recorded as follows: “William Clarke ye sonne of William Clarke 3:5:56.” When he was 2 years old his father removed to Northampton and he was carried there in a pannier on horseback. He was an early settler, large landowner and prominent citizen of Lebanon, Connecticut. He was one of the purchasers of the tract of land in the north part of town, known as the Clarke and Dewey Purchase from Owanech Sachen of the Mohigan Indians who claimed rights under Uncas, the title afterward being confirmed by the government and was also one of the 51 original land proprietors. He was the first representative of Lebanon in 1705, in the General Assembly and continued in that office for 13 years. He was also a selectman 16 years and town clerk 1700-1725. He was captain of militia and served in several wars with Indians.
Genealogical and Family History of the State of Connecticut Vol. II New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company 1911, pp 652:

“Captain William Clarke, son of Lieutenant William Clarke, was born in Dorchester, July 3, 1656 He removed from Northampton, where he had gone with his parents, to Lebanon, Conn., and was one of the purchasers of what was known as the Clarke and Dewey purchase, in the northern part of the town. He was one of the original proprietors of the town and was the first representative from the town, to the general court, in 1705, serving for thirteen years. He was a selectman sixteen years, and town clerk twenty-five years, 1700-1725. He was captain of militia, serving in the Indian Wars. He married (first) at Northampton, July 15, 1680, Hannah Strong, who died in Jan. 31, 1694, daughter of Elder John and Abigail (Ford) Strong.


He married (second) 1694 Mary Smith, who died April 23, 1748. He died at Lebanon, Conn. May 29, 1725.
Children: Hannah, born 1782; Abigail, 1683; William, 1685; Jonathan, 1688 (mentioned below); Thomas 1690; Joseph, 1691; Benoni, 1693; Timothy, 1695; Gershom, 1697.”

Lebanon, Connecticut, is now Columbia, Connecticut.


William Clarke III (son of William and Hannah (Strong) Clarke)

15 Feb 1685: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

5 Jan 1709: married Bethiah Williams.

28 Aug 1755: died Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; buried Old Cemetery, Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.


*Jonathan Clarke (son of William and Hannah (Strong) Clarke)

13 May 1688: born Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

6 Jan 1714: married Hannah Smalley Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; born 25 Nov 1695 Easthampton, Massachusetts; daughter of Benjamin Smalley and Rebecca Snow.

*1 Nov 1715: son Jonathan II born.

12 Jan 1744: died Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; buried Old Cemetery, Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

According to Isaac Stanley Clark: “Jonathan Clark the earliest of our family now known, came to America about the year 1720 or 1730. He was then an infant. He was an only son. His parents settled in Hamden County.”

Source: Barbour Collection: Jonathan Sr. birth, marriage, death; Jonathan Jr. birth, only son.
Genealogical and Family History of the State of Connecticut Vol. II New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company 1911, pp 652:

“Jonathan, son of Captain William Clarke, was born at Northampton, May 13, 1688, died at Lebanon January 12, 1744. He was a farmer there and married January 6, 1714, Hannah Smalley. He had a son Jonathan, (mentioned below).



*Jonathan Clarke II (son of Jonathan and Hannah (Smalley) Clarke)

1 Nov 1715: born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

16 Jan 1735: married Mercy Dewey (1 Apr 1714 Lebanon, New London, Connecticut-_______) Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; daughter of William Dewey and Mercy (Saxton) Bailey.

25 Sept 1735: daughter Hannah born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; married 5 Dec 1754 Samuel Hunt; died 1799.

29 Apr 1737: son Jonathan III born.

3 Apr 1739: son Lemuel born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; died 6 Mar 1749/50; unmarried.

25 May 1741: son Dan born.

3 Sept 1743: daughter Mercy born; died 15 Aug 1744; unmarried.

24 June 1745: daughter Mercy born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; married 20 July 1763 David Smalley; died 1799.

23 Aug 1748: son David born.

28 Apr 1751: daughter Berviah born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; married 22 Oct 1772 Benjamin Delano.

*8 Aug 1753: son Lemuel born.

6 Sept 1755: son Gershom born.

9 Oct 1800: died.


Source: Barbour Collection: Hannah birth, Jonathan birth, Lemuel birth, Daniel, birth, Mercy birth and death, Mercy death, Mercy birth and marriage, David birth, Zerviah birth, Lemuel birth, Gershom birth.
Genealogical and Family History of the State of Connecticut Vol. II New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company 1911, pp 652:

“Jonathan (2) son of Jonathan (1) Clarke was born at Lebanon, November 1, 1715, died there in 1800. He was a farmer and selectman of the town in 1757. He inherited a large estate, which he sold and lost his fortune through depreciation of currency during the revolution.


He married, January 16, 1735, Mercy Dewey born April 1, 1714, in Lebanon, daughter of William and Mercy (Bagley) Dewey. Children: Hannah, born 1735; Jonathan, 1737 (mentioned below); Dan, 1741; Mercy, 1745; David, 1748; Gideon ?; Jerviah, 1751; Lemuel, 1753; Gershom, 1755.

Jonathan Clarke III (son of Jonathan II and Mercy (Dewey) Clarke)

29 Apr 1737: born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

26 Mar 1756: married Dorothy Hunt.

28 Sept 1772: died.


Dan Clarke (son of Jonathan II and Mercy (Dewey) Clarke)

25 May 1741: born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

no date: married Rebecca Hunt.
David Clarke (son of Jonathan II and Mercy (Dewey) Clarke)

23 Aug 1748: born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

18 May 1769: married Jemima Hovey.

27 Oct 1772: m/2 Hannah Nichols.


*Lemuel Clarke (son of Jonathan II and Mercy (Dewey) Clarke)

8 Aug 1753: born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut

1772: married Ruth Baldwin (12 Aug 1754 Lebanon, New London, Connecticut-1825 Candor, Tioga, New York) daughter of Benjamin Baldwin and Ruth Porter.

1773: daughter Sarah born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; married Samuel Davidson.

10 July 1775-17 Dec 1775: enlisted under Captain John Ripley of Windham.

1775: son Lemuel II born.

22 Sept 1777: son William born.

1779: son Erastus born.

1781: daughter Ruth born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; married Truman Brewer. Ruth gave a red pocketbook to Gershom and he gave it to Isaac [now in possession of Nancy McNabb].

1783: son Daniel born.

*1785: son Gershom born.

1787: son Benjamin born.

3 June 1789: son Ira born.

1791: son Augustus born.

1793: son John Flavil born.

1794: son Amos born.

1797: son Alvin born.

1831: died Candor, Tioga County, New York.


According to Isaac Stanley Clark: “Served in Revolutionary War. Took part in a Canadian expedition, was taken prisoner and returned.” “Most of all these [children of Lemuel and Ruth] lived to mature years and raised large families.”
Lineage Book Vol. VI pp. 5, Mrs. Cornelia Garvin Brown. Lemuel Clark (1753-1831) 51089; 5012; 12636; 22249; 4836:

“Lemuel Clark turned out from Lebanon, Conn., in Capt. David Tilden’s company at the Lexington alarm. He died in Candor, N.Y.”


D.A.R. application of Mary Eloise Field: “He served in the Revolutionary War for a brief period and his name is upon the roll of Capt. David Tilden’s Company, raised in Lebanon, Conn. Apr. 1775, and is in the official List of the Men who marched from the Connecticut Towns for the Relief of Boston in the Lexington Alarm, Apr. 1775.”
Record of Connecticut men of D.A.R. pp. 15:

“Lem Clark 22 days in service. From the Town of Lebanon, Lexington Alarm List.”


Lemuel Clark Corp. pp. 90 under Captain John Ripley of Windham. Enlisted July 10 to Dec. 17 in 1775.
List of Pensioners pp. 653:

Lemuel Clark Pensioner in 1832 Residing in Litchfield County. Lemuel Clark born (1730-1825) same record at Lemuel born (1753-1831).


Lemuel Baldwin Clarke (son of Lemuel and Ruth (Baldwin) Clarke)

1775: born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

no date: moved to Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

1794: married Pompey, New York, Polly Kellogg.

1795: son Horace born.

no date: m/2 Grace P. Cleaver.

Moved to Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
Horace Clarke (son of Lemuel Baldwin and Polly (Kellogg) Clarke

1795: born Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

1817: married Malinda Candee.

1832: succeeded Millard Fillmore in the N.Y. Legislature.

From Mrs. Fred Clark:

“At the age of 19 [Horace] went to visit his Uncle Amos living in Ovid, N.Y. who was a merchant and lawyer. Horace helped in the store, studied law and commenced practice in a successful way. He taught school one winter in Pompey, N.Y. where he married in 1817 Malinda Candee. In 1832 he succeeded Millard Fillmore in the N.Y. Legislature.


William Clarke (son of Lemuel and Ruth (Baldwin) Clarke)

22 Sept 1777: Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

1807: married Sophronia Tillotson.

no date: son Samuel born.

no date: son William born.

no date: son Darius born.

no date: son John T. born

no date: son Emmons born.

no date: daughter Elizabeth born.

no date: daughter Sophronia born.

no date: daughter Corintha born.

1882: died.


Erastus Clarke (son of Lemuel and Ruth (Baldwin) Clarke)

1779: born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

no date: married Sallie Bugbee.

no date: daughter Mary born.

no date: daughter Susan born.

no date: daughter Cornelia born.

no date: son Amos born.

no date: son Erastus born.


Daniel Clarke (son of Lemuel and Ruth (Baldwin) Clarke)

1783: born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

no date: married Milly Bugbee.

no date: son Daniel born.

no date: son William born.
*Gershom Clarke (son of Lemuel and Ruth (Baldwin) Clarke)

1785: born Spencertown, Columbia, New York.

no date: married Freelove Bull (_______-1847 Candor, Tioga, New York).

no date: daughter Ruth born Candor, Tioga, New York; married Robert Brown. Children:

William Brown, died in infancy.

Mary Brown, married _____ Williams, no heirs.

Roseltha Brown, died leaving one child.

Harriet Brown marryed _____ Turney. Child

Chester Turney.

Matilda Brown; died unmarried.

12 June 1809: son Ira born.

29 Mar 1811: daughter Elizabeth “Betsey” born Candor, Tioga, New York; married Eli Taylor. Children:

Jerome Taylor

Chester Taylor

Adeline Taylor

Frank Taylor

Lucien Taylor

17 June 1813: son George born.

28 Apr 1815: son Chester born.

no date: son David born; died infant.

no date: son David G. born; died infant.

no date: son Benjamin born.

no date: son Gideon born; died infant.

*18 Nov 1826: son Isaac Stanley born.

no date: m/2 Mrs. Abigail Ann Christie.

17 Mar 1856: wrote will.

1856: died Candor, Tioga, New York.

Gershom’s will leaves the north half his farm to his wife, Abigail Clark. He leaves a bed, bedstead, bedding, and one cow to his stepdaughter Abby Ann Christie. He leaves his son George $15 and leaves the rest of the farm to his cchildren: George, Ira, Chester, Benjamin, Isaac, and Betsey, wife of Eli Taylor. If his wife marries or when she dies, he leaves the north half of his farm to his children, including Abby Ann. His friends Edwin Woodbridge and Northrup Edmunds of Candor, Tioga County, New York are the executors.


Ira Clarke (son of Gershom and Freelove (Bull) Clarke)

12 June 1809: born Candor, Tioga, New York.

4 Oct 1835: married Fanny Hobbie (28 Sept 1810-28 Nov 1893).

no date: son Charles Augustus born; lived St. Louis

no date: daughter Maggie born; married _____ Arm; lived Jersey City.

no date: daughter Louise born; married _____ Lay; lived Jersey City.

28 June 1845: son George Washington born.

5 Aug 1883: died.

Lived in Little Rock, Arkansas.
George Washington Clarke (son of Ira and Fanny (Hobbie) Clarke)

28 June 1845: born

19 Mar 1868: married Ella Keenan (30 Mar 1845-_____).

30 Mar 1869: daughter Jennie Elouise born; married 19 Mar 1868 Ernest J. Field (8 Sept 1856-_____); died 19 Aug 1918). Child:

Mary Eloise Field born Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas; married Alexander Weir, Jr.
George Clarke (son of Gershom and Freelove (Bull) Clarke)

17 June 1813: born Candor, Tioga, New York.

no date: married Mary Lippincott Parker.

no date: son George born.


Chester Clarke (son of Gershom and Freelove (Bull) Clarke)

28 Apr 1815: born Candor, Tioga, New York.

no date: married Ann Lovejoy.

no date: son Milton lived in Kent, Ohio and had 7 children.

no date: daughter Teresa born.
Benjamin Clarke (son of Gershom and Freelove (Bull) Clarke)

no date: married C. Gaskell.

no date: son Ernest Paul born; lived in New York.

no date: daughter Helen born; married.


*Isaac Stanley Clark (son of Gershom and Freelove (Bull) Clarke)

18 Nov 1826: born Candor, Tioga, New York.

22 Mar 1848: married Almira Elnora Robinson “Almiry” (11 Jan 1829 Bradford County, Pennsylvania-30 Oct 1912 Bartholomew County, Indiana; buried City Cemetery, Columbus, Bartholomew, Indiana) daughter of William Robinson and Lydia Parker. Know as Almiry. Almira attended the Academy at Granville, Massachusetts, when she was seventeen.

25 Feb 1849: daughter Viola Elnora born.

*20 Sept 1851: daughter Ella Ann born.

27 Dec 1853: son George Edward born.

3 Oct 1855: Isaac S. Clark of Millport, Chemung County, is appointed a local deputy of the Grand Lodge of the State of New York. The motto is “Resistance to Popery, Rum, and Slavery.”

12 Aug 1857: bought a house and lot in Herrickville, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, from A. R. Brown for $800 plus interest. The house was west of the road leading from Herrickville to Camptown.

12 Mar 1858: the business partnership established 26 May 1857 between William R. Barnes and I. S. Clark is dissolved. Barnes takes the stock of goods, merchandise, fixtures, and property and agrees to pay all debts.

5 Apr 1858: son Lemuel Stanley born; died 15 Aug 1858.

16 Nov 1858: summoned to appear on Saturday 20 Nov 1858. William R. Barnes, agent for Joel Barnes, claims $8.25 for goods sold and delivered. Clark is ordered to pay $8.25 and costs.

3 Feb 1859: appointed postmaster of Herrickville, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.

28 Sept 1860: daughter Mary Almira born.

Apr 1865: detailed for temporary duty at the Sub Depot of Depot Field Hospital, Army of Potomac, and to report to surgeon Herman Bendell for duty.

4 Apr 1865: directed to take charge of 10 men and report without delay to Capt. Channing Clapp for orders relative to accompanying an ambulance train to Dinwiddie Court House for wounded.

28 Apr 1865: receives permission to visit City Point, Virginia, to procure medical and hospital supplies, returning the next day.

16 May 1865: receives permission to apply to the Provost Marshal for a pass to visit Richmond, subject to the approval of the chief medical officer.

21 May 1865: relieved of duty as a hospital steward (141st Pennsylvania Volunteers) with Depot Field Hospital, Army of the Potomac, and told to report to the commanding officer of his regiment for duty.

5 July 1865: paid $14.91 to Joel Barnes, Herrickville, Pennsylvania, full satisfaction of debt and costs.

1 May 1866: received license to practice medicine in Walesboro, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

1880: census Walesborough, Wayne Township, Bartholomew County, Indiana. I. S., 53, phision, born New York, father and mother born Massachusetts; Almiry E., 57, keeping house forn Pennsylvania, father born Massachusetts, mother born Connecticut; George E., 26, schoolteacher; Mary, 18, teacher.

23 May 1884: Isaac and Almira borrowed $470 plus interest from John W. Schnur (one-year note) and bought a house on Franklin Street in Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

22 Aug 1885: Dr. I. S. Clark paid $150.00 as the first payment of a house on Franklin St.

1900: census Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana. Isaac S., 1316 Franklin St., 73 years; Almirye, 71 years, married 52 years; Mary A. 39 years, schoolteacher; George F. Beatty, grandson, born Nov 1881, 18 years born Indiana, father born New York, mother born Indiana, day laborer.

28 Apr 1901: died Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana.

Isaac Stanley Clarke served in the Civil War; his pension is in the National Archives.

He was a hospital steward in the 141st Regt. Company D, Pennsylvania Volunteers, In 1864 he served in the field hospital at the Battle of Gettysburg.

He held a physician’s license in Bartholomew County, Indiana. He belonged to a lodge.


Rupert Evans: "He was a hospital orderly and went along on the troop train. In the early part of the war, the South and the North exchanged prisoners. But about the middle of the war, the North realized that the South had a shortage of manpower. So, the North stopped exchanging prisoners; because just as fast as they were exchanged, they'd go back to fighting. Both the South and the North treated the prisoners very badly. One feature of that was to put them in prison camps that were inhospitable. The North established prison camps in northern New York, where it was bitterly cold. A lot of the prisoners just froze to death. So, as fast as they would capture a bunch of Southerners, they would put them on a train and send them up to New York. Elmira was a big prison camp. On every train, they sent guards and Isaac’s only qualification as a physician was that he had been a hospital orderly, practicing on Confederate prisoners.”
The Clark family history was furnished to Isaac Stanley Clark when he was a small boy, by William Clark, a Presbyterian minister. It was copied December 26, 1883 by Mary A. Clark.
Ruth Clark Brewer gave a red leather pocketbook to her brother, Gershon, and he gave it to his son, Isaac. It’s now in possession of Nancy (Evans) McNabb. There is a note in the pocketbook, written by Barbara Jean (Barbre) Evans: “’Old red pocketbook’ carried by at least Isaac Stanley Clark (maybe by someone even earlier). In it are Isaac Stanley Clark’s medical insignia for his uniform and a piece [a wood sliver about 5” long] of Libby Prison which he obtained as he rode a hospital train between the north and the south exchanging prisoners.” It also contains two Confederate bills, a recipe for silvering, a price sheet for concentrated medicines dated 1 Sept 1860, and a receipt.
Viola Elnora Clarke (daughter of Isaac Stanley and Almira Elnora (Robinson) Clarke)

25 Feb 1849: born New York.

22 Oct 1862: received teachers license, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.

6 Sept 1869: married Henry Edward Beaty.

3 June 1870: son Isaac J. born (Maggie Underwood Bible).

20 Nov 1881: son George E. born (Bible).

28 May 1897: son Harold Beaty born (Bible).

20 Jan 1900: son Clarence Beaty born (Bible).

26 Aug 1885: died.
*Ella Ann Clarke (daughter of Isaac Stanley and Almira Elnora (Robinson) Clarke)

20 Sept 1851: born Milroy, New York.

1875-1876: attended Franklin College.

4 Sept 1879: married Bartholomew County, Indiana, Peter Benton Ensley (5 Sept 1857 Bartholomew County, Indiana-3 Oct 1937 German Township, Bartholomew County, Indiana).

7 Mar 1882: daughter Nellie May born Columbus, Bartholomew, Indiana; married 29 June 1912 Columbus, Bartholomew, Indiana, William Thomas Barbre (7 Aug 1881 Curry Township, Sullivan, Indiana-16 May 1963 Champaign, Champaign, Illinois); died 4 Jan 1969 Champaign, Champaign, Illinois.

10 Sept 1931: died German Township, Bartholomew, Indiana.


George Edward Clarke (son of Isaac Stanley and Almira Elnora (Robinson) Clarke)

27 Dec 1853: born New York.

1874-1876: attended Franklin College in the scientific program.

31 Dec 1886: married Marian Maud Tracy. (Maggie Underwood Bible)

no date: son Charles Tracy born; married 27 June 1912, Mabel King (Bible).

no date: son Harmon E. born; married Laporte County, Indiana, 25 Dec 1910, Bernice Mondell (Bible). The Indiana Marriage Collection gives the date as 24 Dec 1910.

14 Mar 1894: died.

He’s listed as Dr. George E. Clark in the Maggie Underwood Bible.


Mary Almira Clarke (daughter of Isaac Stanley and Almira Elnora (Robinson) Clarke)

28 Sept 1860: born Herrickville, Pennsylvania.

1875, 1878-1879: attended Franklin College in the select course and music program.

25 Dec 1904: married Franz Best (19 Nov 1848-____) (Bible).

1 Oct 1924: m/2 Charles N. Beaty.

3 Feb 1950: died.


Benjamin Clarke (son of Lemuel and Ruth (Baldwin) Clarke)

1787: born Green River, Columbia, New York.

no date: married Esther Brown.
Ira Clarke (son of Lemuel and Ruth (Baldwin) Clarke)

3 June 1789: born West Stockbridge, Massachusetts.

no date: married Betsey Miller.
Augustus Clarke (son of Lemuel and Ruth (Baldwin) Clarke)

1791: born Lennox, Massachusetts.

no date: married Mary Darling.

no date: daughter Mary born.

no date: son Horace born.

no date: son Alvin born.

no date: m/2 _______ Decker.

no date: son James born.

no date: m/3 _______ Gould.

no date: daughter Jane born.

no date: daughter Emily born.

no date: daughter Pamelia born.

Possible “Gustavus.”l
John Flavil Clarke (son of Lemuel and Ruth (Baldwin) Clarke)

1793: born London, Massachusetts.

no date: married Hannah Evans.
Amos Clarke (son of Lemuel and Ruth (Baldwin) Clarke)

1794: born London, Massachusetts.

no date: married Asenath Tillotson.

Amos went to Texas.


Alvin Clarke (son of Lemuel and Ruth (Baldwin) Clarke)

1797: born London, Massachusetts.

no date married Elizabeth Needham.

no date: son born.

Alvin died in Mississippi, leaving one son.
Gershom Clarke (son of Jonathan II and Mercy (Dewey) Clarke)

6 Sept 1755: born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

no date: married Lucretia Thatcher.

6 Mar 1749/50: died.


Thomas Clarke (son of William and Hannah (Strong) Clarke)

14 Apr 1690: born.

no date: married Sarah Strong.

no date: m/2 Mary Hine.

3 Apr 1767: died Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut.

Lived Waterbury, Connecticut.


Joseph Clarke (son of William and Hannah (Strong) Clarke)

31 Dec 1691: born.

20 June 1717: married Rebecca Huntington.

10 Sept 1769: died.


Benoni Clarke (son of William and Hannah (Strong) Clarke)

1 Feb 1693: born.

6 Nov 1718: married Hannah Root.
Timothy Clarke (son of William and Mary (Smith) Clarke)

9/12 Oct 1695: born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

10 May 1722: married Deborah Beard.

12 July 1752: died Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; buried Old Cemetery, Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.


Gershom Clarke (son of William and Mary (Smith) Clarke)

18 Nov 1697: born Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.

no date: married Esther _______.

18 Aug 1747: died Lebanon, New London, Connecticut; buried Old Cemetery, Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.








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