Ancestors of EastMill



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Joseph Clarke and Hannah Weeden




Husband Joseph Clarke 1

           Born:  - Westerly, Washington, RI 1
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Westerly, Washington, RI 1
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Clarke Sr. 1
         Mother: Hannah Weeden 1 2 3 4


       Marriage: November 16, 1664 - Westerly, Washington, RI 1




Wife Hannah Weeden 1 2 3 4

            AKA: Hannah Weeden Clarke
           Born: 1620 - Portsmouth, Newport, RI 1 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1694 - Westerly, Washington, RI 1 4
         Buried: 


         Father: William Weeden 1 5
         Mother: Abigail Bailey 1 4 5



   Other Spouse: Joseph Clarke Sr. 1

   Other Spouse: Thomas Peckham 1 6 - Newport, Newport, RI

   Other Spouse: William Clarke - 1672

Noted events in her life were:
1. Ancestral File



Children

General Notes: Husband - Joseph Clarke

Joseph (2) Clarke, eldest son of Joseph (1) and Margaret C l arke, w as bo rn February 11, 1642, in Newport, and passe d mo st of his adult li fe in W esterly. From 1669 to 1700, i nclus ive, he was town clerk of West erly, a nd he died ther e Janua ry 11, 1727. In July, 1675, he moved his f ami ly t o Newpor t for safety during the Indian war, and return ed a s so on a s the troubles were over. He married (first) Novem ber 1 6, 1 664, Bet hiah Hubbard, born December 19. 1646, dau ghter of S amuel a nd Tacy (Coope r) Hubbard. She died Apri l 17, 1707, a nd he married (seco nd) Hannah, wid ow of Thoma s Peckham an d daughter of William Weeden. S he passed awa y Ma rch 3, 1723 . Children, all born of the first marria ge : Judith, born Oc t ober 12, 1667, at Newport; Joseph, Apri l 14, 167 0, in West erly; Samue l, September 29, 1672; John , August 25, 167 5, i n Newport; Bethiah, Apr il 11, 1678, a t Westerly; Mary, Dece mber 2 7, 1680; Susanna, August 3 1, 1 683; Thomas, mentione d below; and Willia m, April 21, 1688


General Notes: Wife - Hannah Weeden

AFN: 35L0-FJAFN: Z3RM-9Q
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Joshua Clarke and Elizabeth Dodge




Husband Joshua Clarke

           Born:  - Charlestown, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 7, 1796 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
         Buried: 
       Marriage: February 26, 1769 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island




Wife Elizabeth Dodge

           Born: 1744
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1826
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Dodge
         Mother: Mary Perry





Children
1 M Rouse Clarke

           Born: December 7, 1769 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 17, 1821 - South Kingston, Washington Co., Rhode Island
         Buried: 1821 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
         Spouse: Ruth Boss



2 F Elizabeth Clarke

           Born: October 17, 1771 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Joseph Clarke

           Born: April 8, 1773 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 20, 1836
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Nichols



4 M William Clarke

           Born: April 8, 1773 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M Joshua Clarke

           Born: January 22, 1775 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 19, 1787 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
         Buried: 



6 M Wells Clarke

           Born: February 15, 1777 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1835
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary Kenyon



7 F Susannah Clarke

           Born: January 10, 1779 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



8 M Perry Clarke

           Born: November 21, 1780 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 24, 1835
         Buried: 1835 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
         Spouse: Penelope Perry



9 M Hazard Clarke

           Born: May 20, 1783 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



10 M Luke Clarke

           Born: August 15, 1785 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Tefft
           Marr: February 28, 1806 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island



11 F Mary Clarke

           Born: July 10, 1787 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 22, 1820
         Buried: 



12 M Joshua Clarke

           Born: June 28, 1790 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Child - Elizabeth Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - William Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Susannah Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Hazard Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Luke Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Joshua Clarke

Y
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Horace Wood and Judith Clarke




Husband Horace Wood

           Born: 1802 - Brookfield, Madison, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Judith Clarke

           Born: 1802 - Brookfield, Madison, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Stephen Clarke
         Mother: Judith Maxson





Children

Death Notes: Husband - Horace Wood

Y


Death Notes: Wife - Judith Clarke

Y
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Stephen Clarke and Judith Clarke




Husband Stephen Clarke

           Born: 1778 - Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 15, 1842 - Sackett's Harbor, Jefferson Co., New York
         Buried: 


         Father: Stephen Clarke
         Mother: Susannah Potter


       Marriage: 1837

   Other Spouse: Judith Maxson




Wife Judith Clarke

           Born: October 29, 1784 - Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 17, 1849 - Hounsfield, Jefferson Co., New York
         Buried: 



Children

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Julia W. Clarke




Husband

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Julia W. Clarke

           Born: 1855 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Simeon Perry Clarke
         Mother: Catherine C. Perry





Children

Death Notes: Wife - Julia W. Clarke

Y
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Freeman Allen Eaton and Lena M. Clarke




Husband Freeman Allen Eaton

           Born: January 29, 1858 - Nova Scotia, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1901
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry Allen Eaton
         Mother: Armanilla Eaton


       Marriage: April 19, 1882

Noted events in his life were:
1. Census, 1891 - Canard, Kings, 37, NS; Roll T-6317

2. Census, 1901 - Canard, G-1, Kings, 36, NS; P. 5-7




Wife Lena M. Clarke

           Born: September 23, 1861 - Nova Scotia, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1901
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Flora Blanche Eaton

           Born: January 26, 1883
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 15, 1890
         Buried: 



2 M Henry Eaton

           Born: March 19, 1885
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 24, 1885
         Buried: 



3 M Frank Howard Eaton

           Born: March 7, 1887 - Nova Scotia, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1901
         Buried: 



4 M Charles Reynolds Eaton

           Born: March 17, 1889 - Nova Scotia, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1901
         Buried: 



5 F Daisy Locke Eaton

           Born: June 28, 1891 - Nova Scotia, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1901
         Buried: 



6 M Frederick Burton Eaton

           Born: November 28, 1893 - Nova Scotia, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1901
         Buried: 



7 F Helen Clough Eaton

           Born: December 14, 1896 - Nova Scotia, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1901
         Buried: 



8 M Stanley Roy Eaton

           Born: January 12, 1899 - Nova Scotia, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1901
         Buried: 



9 M Freeman Clarke Eaton

           Born: November 8, 1901
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Leroy Clarke and Mary Elizabeth Robinson




Husband Leroy Clarke

           Born: February 22, 1832
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 2, 1915
         Buried: 


         Father: Hiram Jacob Clark
         Mother: Rhonda Osborn Reed


       Marriage: 




Wife Mary Elizabeth Robinson

           Born: August 25, 1837
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 10, 1920
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Hattie Paulina Clarke

           Born: February 14, 1865
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 16, 1931
         Buried: 
         Spouse: William James Griffing
           Marr: February 17, 1884



2 M Ward Robinson Clarke

           Born: March 9, 1872
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 25, 1962
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Annie Leland Barber



3 M Clement George Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Welcome Morris Clarke and Lodema Clarke




Husband Welcome Morris Clarke

           Born: October 18, 1812 - Richfield, Otsego Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 7, 1853 - Sackett's Harbor, Jefferson Co., New York
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 

Noted events in his life were:
1. Occupation, Farmer




Wife Lodema Clarke

           Born: 1812
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Stephen Clarke
         Mother: Judith Maxson





Children
1 F Cornelia Sophia Clarke

           Born: October 1843
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Wife - Lodema Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Cornelia Sophia Clarke

Y
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Lucy Ann Clarke




Husband

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Lucy Ann Clarke

           Born: November 20, 1844 - West Edmeston, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 11, 1918 - Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin
         Buried: February 14, 1918 - Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin


         Father: Alvit Clarke
         Mother: Sarah  Sally Davis



Noted events in her life were:
1. Occupation, Teacher

2. Religion, Seventh-day Baptist

3. Residence, Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin, 1856

4. Census, Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin, 1880



Children

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Samuel Wells and Lucy W. Clarke




Husband Samuel Wells

           Born: July 27, 1817 - Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 27, 1898
         Buried: 1898 - Little Genesee, Allegany Co., New York
       Marriage: October 1, 1840

   Other Spouse: Emily Clarke - September 6, 1866

Noted events in his life were:
1. Occupation, Blacksmith




Wife Lucy W. Clarke

           Born: June 20, 1818 - Little Genesee, Allegany Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 26, 1864 - Little Genesee, Allegany Co., New York
         Buried: 1864 - Little Genesee, Allegany Co., New York


         Father: Samuel B. Clarke
         Mother: Tacy Maxson





Children
1 M Winfield Scott Wells

           Born: October 23, 1841 - New York, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Sherman Griswold Wells

           Born: August 11, 1844 - New York, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Child - Winfield Scott Wells

Y


Death Notes: Child - Sherman Griswold Wells

Y
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Luke Clarke and Sarah Tefft




Husband Luke Clarke

           Born: August 15, 1785 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Joshua Clarke
         Mother: Elizabeth Dodge


       Marriage: February 28, 1806 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island




Wife Sarah Tefft

           Born: 1785
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M John Tefft Clarke

           Born: September 5, 1811
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 12, 1845 - Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Susan D. Bentley



2 F Elizabeth Clarke

           Born: November 8, 1814
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Whipple King
           Marr: February 12, 1838 - West Greenwich, Kent Co., Rhode Island




Death Notes: Husband - Luke Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Wife - Sarah Tefft

Y


Death Notes: Child - Elizabeth Clarke

Y
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Samuel Hersey and Lydia Clarke




Husband Samuel Hersey

           Born: 1755 - Pembroke, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: David Hersey
         Mother: Susanna Ramsdell


       Marriage: April 21, 1774 - Yarmouth, NS, Canada




Wife Lydia Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Hannah Hersey

           Born: 1779
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Daniel Slocum 4
           Marr: Gagetown, NB



2 M Levi Hersey

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Samuel Hersey

           Born: 1776 - New Brunswick, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M Elijah Hersey

           Born:  - Long Island City, NY, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M Jesse Hersey

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M David Hersey

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



7 M Solomon Hersey

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



8 F Elizabeth Hersey

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



9 M Daniel Hersey

           Born:  - Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Child - Hannah Hersey

Thirty years of research has brought this gedcom file to you. Please do your own conclusive research and do not assume that all information is complete or correct in detail. All information has been taken from research sources as well as input from other researchers or through personal knowledge.
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Charles Gott and Lydia Clarke




Husband Charles Gott

           Born: April 1, 1639 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Probably Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: 
       Marriage: October 1666 - Probably Massachusetts, USA




Wife Lydia Clarke

           Born: October 31, 1642 - Probably Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Probably Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Lydia Gott

           Born: October 1666 - Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 27, 1728 - Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Timothy Bragg
           Marr: February 24, 1685 - Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
         Spouse: Jacob Bennett
           Marr: August 27, 1709 - Probably Massachusetts, USA




General Notes: Husband - Charles Gott

source Richard Enman/Sharon Collins files + Upton, Oxford, Maine Names + Andover, Oxford, Maine Connections...


General Notes: Wife - Lydia Clarke

source Richard Enman/Sharon Collins files + Upton, Oxford, Maine Names + Andover, Oxford, Maine Connections...


General Notes: Child - Lydia Gott

source Richard Enman/Sharon Collins files + Upton, Oxford, Maine Names + Andover, Oxford, Maine Connections...
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Thomas Wigglesworth and Mabell Clarke




Husband Thomas Wigglesworth

           Born: 1560 - England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1618 - Cheshire, Yorkshire, England
         Buried: 


         Father: Richard Wigglesworth
         Mother: Agnes


       Marriage:  - Cheshire, Yorkshire, England




Wife Mabell Clarke

           Born: 1560 - England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1618 - Yorkshire, England
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Edward Wigglesworth

           Born: 1604 - Yorkshire, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 1, 1653 - New Haven, CT
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Esther Rayner
           Marr: 1630 - Upminister, Essex, England




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Nicholas Wyeth and Margaret Clarke




Husband Nicholas Wyeth 4

           Born:  - Saxtead, Suffolk, England 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 19, 1680 - Cambridge, Middlesex, MA, USA 4
         Buried: 


         Father: John Wyeth 4
         Mother: Margaret 4


       Marriage: 1630 - Suffolk, England

   Other Spouse: Rebecca Craddock 4

   Other Spouse: Rebecca Moore 4

Noted events in his life were:
1. Alt. Death 4




Wife Margaret Clarke

           Born: October 12, 1608 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1694 - Cambridge, MA
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Clarke Sr. 1 7 8 9
         Mother: Rose Kerrich 1 7 8 9





Children
1 F Sarah Wyeth

           Born: October 28, 1632 - Saxtead, Sfk, Eng
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Watertown, Middlesex, MA
         Buried:  - Watertown, Middlesex, MA
         Spouse: John Fiske Sr.
           Marr: December 11, 1651 - Watertown, Middlesex, MA




General Notes: Wife - Margaret Clarke

Birth also reported as 1 Feb 1599/00. Unlikely in light of parents reported
marriage. Some sources also show 2 Margarets, one with each birth date. Birth
also reported as Saxtead, ENG.


General Notes: Child - Sarah Wyeth

Death also reported as 1702.
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Thomas Smith and Margaret Clarke




Husband Thomas Smith

           Born: 1500 - Welborne, Lincolnshire, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN:  GN2J-SD
       Marriage: 1525 - Lincolnshire, England




Wife Margaret Clarke

           Born: 1504 - Welborne, Lincolnshire, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1525 - Lincolnshire, England
         Buried: 
            AFN:  FBX0-GF



Children
1 M William Smith

           Born: 1518 - Welbourne, Lincolnshire, England
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Will Proved, Honington, Warws, Eng
         Buried: July 25, 1556 - St. Wilfred's, Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England
            AFN:  8505-LD
         Spouse: Katherine Porter
           Marr: July 1556 - Sturton Le Steeple, Nottingham, England



2 M Robert Smith

           Born:  - Honks, Lincolnshire, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1626
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Simcotts
           Marr: 1552 - Lincolnshire, England




General Notes: Husband - Thomas Smith

Of Welborne, Lincolnshire, England.


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General Notes: Wife - Margaret Clarke

Of Welborne, Lincolnshire, England.


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General Notes: Child - William Smith

Patricia Blackham, RootsWeb World Connect Project, 16 November 1999.
Of Welbourne, Lincolnshire, England.


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General Notes: Child - Robert Smith

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William Clarke and Margery Clarke




Husband William Clarke 4

           Born:  - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 4
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA 4
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Clarke Sr. 1 7 8 9
         Mother: Rose Kerrich 1 7 8 9


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Margery

   Other Spouse: Katherine Bunce 4 - October 16, 1650 - Hartford, Hartford, CT 4

   Other Spouse: Mary Sherman - December 25, 1665 - Wenham, Essex, MA




Wife Margery Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Nelson Clarke and Maria Almira Clarke




Husband Nelson Clarke

           Born: December 25, 1817 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1892 - Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Clarke
         Mother: Hannah Clarke


       Marriage: January 19, 1850

Noted events in his life were:
1. Occupation, Farmer, manufacturer of horse hay-rakes.




Wife Maria Almira Clarke

           Born: December 26, 1826
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 29, 1869
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Herman Devillo Clarke

           Born: November 26, 1850 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Child - Herman Devillo Clarke

Y
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Moses Clarke and Mary Clarke




Husband Moses Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Mary Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Lydia Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Moses Clarke Jr.

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Sarah Clarke 10

           Born: 1761 - Johnson, Indiana, United States
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 4, 1858 - Hampstead, Queens Co., N.B. 11
         Buried:  - Hampstead, Queens Co. NB
         Spouse: John Delong 10 12 13
           Marr: November 1, 1784




General Notes: Child - Sarah Clarke

From New Brunswick Probate Records 1785-1835 by R. Wallace Hale page 81-82

Mary Clarke- Parish of Hampstead, Queens Co. , widow of Moses Clarke Sr. will dated June 4,1805

Son Aaron Clarke 5 shillings, Residue of estate to daughters Hannah Kimble, residing in the United States, Esther Price of Kings County andSarah DeLong of Queens County. Marcus Palmer and Stephen Smith, both of the Parish of Hampstead, executors. Witnesses : (Gregore ) Clarke, Lydia Clarke, Alexander Kevand.

On June 14,1810 Marcus Palmer and Stephen Smith appeared before the Surrogate for Queens County and declined acting as executors "as the(sic) cannot discover any property that the deceased has left to make theproviding of the will necessary. "

Note: Her name can be found in the Kings, NB War Pension List(PANB) Age 75 in 1845-a widow) and in the will of her father Moses Clarke(PANB) Sarah was living with the John Davis Family in her final years- hewas her son in law.
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Peter Thomas Clarke and Mary Clarke




Husband Peter Thomas Clarke

           Born: December 1, 1792
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 3, 1868
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Mary Clarke

           Born: December 1, 1796
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 27, 1866
         Buried: 


         Father: Wells Clarke
         Mother: Mary Kenyon





Children
1 M Thomas Peter Clarke

           Born: 1820
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1893
         Buried: 




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John Peckham and Mary Clarke




Husband John Peckham 1 4 14 15 16 17 18 19

           Born: April 8, 1595 - Boxgrove, , Sussex, England 1 4
       Baptized: April 8, 1595 - Boxgrove, Sussex, England
           Died:  - Middletown, Newport, RI 1 4
         Buried: October 19, 1681 - Middletown, Newport, RI


         Father: Henry Peckham 1 4 15
         Mother: Elizabeth Badger 1 2 4


       Marriage: May 20, 1638 - Newport, Newport, RI

   Other Spouse: Eleanor Weaver 1 4 17 - 1648 - Newport, Newport, RI 4

   Other Spouse: Eleanor Craft 1 - 1648

Noted events in his life were:
1. Arrival 1




Wife Mary Clarke 1 4 14 15 16

           Born: July 26, 1607 - Westhorpe, , Suffolk, England 1 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1648 - Newport, Newport, RI 1 4
         Buried:  - Newport, Newport, RI


         Father: Thomas Clarke Sr. 1 7 8 9
         Mother: Rose Kerrich 1 7 8 9





Children
1 M John Peckham 15

           Born: 1645 - Newport, Newport, RI
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Newport, Newport, RI
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Stewart Newport 15
           Marr: June 19, 1667 - Little Compton, Newport, RI



2 M Thomas Peckham 1 6

           Born: 1639 - Newport, Newport, RI 1
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Newport, Newport, RI 1
         Buried: 
            AFN: C3CS-01
         Spouse: Hannah Weeden 1 2 3 4
           Marr: Newport, Newport, RI
         Spouse: Melissa Peckham 6
           Marr: 1886 - Newport, Newport, RI



3 F Mary Clarke Peckham 4

            AKA: Mary Clarke Peckham 2 4
           Born: 1640 - Newport, Newport, RI 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1695 - Westerly, Washington, RI 4
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Tobias Saunders 1 4 20
           Marr: 1661



4 M William Peckham 15 21

           Born: 1647 - Boxgrove, Sussex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 2, 1734 - Little Compton, Newport, RI
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Clarke
           Marr: 1674 - Newport, Newport, RI
         Spouse: Susannah Clarke
           Marr: 1688
         Spouse: Phoebe Weeden 5
           Marr: 1672 - Newport, Newport, RI




General Notes: Husband - John Peckham

AFN: 8NR5-CL
Sources: NEHGR, v75, p279; C. Merton Babcock. C.M. Babcock: John Peckh am of Newport, RI. NEHGR: __ Peckham of Newport.

Sir John Peckham came from England and appears in Newpor t , RI in 1639, b rother in law of John Clarke was leader o f t he Baptist party from i ts or ganization in 1651, in oppo siti on to the policy of Govenor Codding ton.
Seeking redress in Mass. he was imprisoned, fined and whip p e d. He th en went to England, was joined by Roger Willia m s and togeth er they obtai ned the revocation of Gov. Coddi ng ton life tenure in th at office(I)
John Peckham, immigrant ancestor and founder of the famil y , was a na ti ve of England and emigrated to America at a d at e unknown. He was admi tt ed an inhabitant of the Island o f A quidneck, R. I., March 20, 1638,w hi ch is the first reco rd o f him in the New World. He later removed to N ewp ort, R . I. , where he became a leader of great prominence in th e a ff ai rs of the Baptist church. He became a freeman at Ne wport, M arch 1 6, 1 641.
John Peckham was born about 1600 in England. (225) He di e d abo ut 16 81 in Middletown, Newport, RI.(217) Accordin g t o the History of Rh ode Is land published by the America n His torical Society in 1920, he w as a nati ve of England a nd emi grated to America at a date unknown. He w as admit te d an inh abitant of the Island of Aquidnec, RI, March 20, 1 63 8, wh ic h is the first record of him in the New World. H e later rem ov ed to Ne wport, RI where he became a leader o f great promi nence in the a ffai rs of the Baptist church. h e became freem an at Newport, March 16, 1 64 1. In 1648 he wa s one of the te n male members in full communion in t he F ir st Baptist Churc h of Newport, having been one of its found e rs in 164 4. He r esided in that part of Newport which late r became Middl etow n, a nd was made freeman there in 1655 . A stone marked 'I P ' on t he land of W illiam F. Peckham i n Middletown is suppos ed to mark the gra ve of John Pe ckham . He married first Mar y Clarke, the sister of Rev. Jo hn Cl ark e, of Bedfordshire , England, Boston and Newport, an ass ocia te of Roger W illia ms. He married second Eleanor --. Hi s will was dat ed Januar y 6, 16 81. SOUR: @S6@ PAGE: page 8
He was married to Mary Clarke.(226) Until quite recently t h e marr ia ge of John Peckham and Mary Clarke (sister of Doc to r John Clarke ), w as a matter of supposition supported b y pu rely circumstantial evide nc e. The late researches of M r. By ron J. Peckham in the early recor ds of B ristol County , Mass achusetts, at Taunton, have settled by absolu te re co rd evid ence the question of this marriage.
Concerning Mary Clarke, John Peckham's first wife, the li n e of whose d es cent has been fully established, a Bible wh ic h belonged to her brot he r, Doctor John Clarke, which con tai ns several generations precedi ng a nd following their ad ven t in America, is still in existence, in t he poss essio n of P rofessor Doctor John C. C. Clarke of Upper Alto n, Il l.
In 1648 John Peckham was one of the ten male members in fu l l commu ni on in the First Baptist Church of Newport, havi n g been one of its fou nde rs in 1644. He resided in that pa r t of Newport which later became Mi ddle town,and was mad e a f reeman there in 1655. A stone marked "I P" ont he l an d of Wi lliam F. Peckham in Middletown is supposed to mar k t he gr av e of John Peckham. He married (first) Mary Clark e, the si st er of Re v. John Clarke, of Bedfordshire, Englan d, and Bosto n and New port, an ass ociate of Roger Williams . He married ( second) Eleanor. Jo hn Peckham di ed after 168 1, and prior t o 1700. His will bears the da te January 6, 1 6 81.
328. John Peckham was born about 1600 in England. (225 ) H e died abo ut 16 81 in Middletown, Newport, RI.(217) Acco rdin g to the History of Rh ode Is land published by the Amer ica n Historical Society in 1920, he w as a nati ve of Englan d an d emigrated to America at a date unknown. He w as admit t ed a n inhabitant of the Island of Aquidnec, RI, March 20 , 16 38 , whi ch is the first record of him in the New World . He lat er remov ed to Newp ort, RI where he became a leade r of grea t prominence in the a ffairs of t he Baptist church . he becam e freeman at Newport, March 16, 1 641. In 16 48 h e was one o f the ten male members in full communi on in th e First Ba pti st Church of Newport, having been one of it s foun ders in 16 44. He re sided in that part of Newport whi ch later became M i ddletown, and was ma de freeman there i n 1655. A stone mark ed 'I P' on t he land of Willi am F. Pec kham in Middletown i s supposed to mark the gra ve of John P eckh am. He married fi rst Mary Clarke, the sister of Re v. J ohn Clarke, of Bed ford shire, England, Boston and Newport , an assoc iate of Roger W illiam s. He married second Eleano r --. His will was dat ed J anuary 6, 1681. SOU R: @S6@ PAGE : page 8
He was married to Mary Clarke. Until quite recently the ma r ria ge of Jo hn Peckham and Mary Clarke (sister of Doctor J oh n Clarke), w as a matt er of supposition supported by pure l y circumstantial evidenc e. The la te researches of Mr. Byr o n J. Peckham in the early recor ds of Bristol Co unty, Mass ac husetts, at Taunton, have settled by absolu te record evi d en ce the question of this marriage.
Concerning Mary Clarke, John Peckham's first wife, the li n e of whose d es cent has been fully established, a Bible wh ic h belonged to her brot he r, Doctor John Clarke, which con tai ns several generations precedi ng a nd following their ad ven t in America, is still in existence, in t he poss essio n of P rofessor Doctor John C. C. Clarke of Upper Alto n, Il l.
329. Mary Clarke died before 1648. Children were:
i. John Peckham was born about 1645 in Newport, Newport, R I . He died a bo ut 1712.
ii. William Peckham.
iii. Mary Peckham.
iv. Thomas Peckham.
The surname Peckham is derived from the parish of Peckha m i n the Co un ty of Kent, England. The suffix "ham" in th e ear ly Saxon language, s ign ified home or town. Peckham t herefo re means the town of Peck, or t he ho me of Peck. Emi nent au thorities give the original home of the fa mi ly as S candinav ia, and the time of its founding in England as th e el eve nt h century, shortly after the Norman Conquest.
John Peckham was born on April 24, 1595 in Boxgrove, Susse x , Engl an d. He was the son of Henry Peckham and Elizabet h B adger. John was t he i mmigrant ancestor and founder o f th e family. He was a native of E ngla nd and immigrate d a t a date unknown. He was admitted an inhabi ta nt of th e Isl and of Aquidneck, RI, March 20, 1638, which is t he fi r st re cord of him in the New World. He later moved to New por t, R I, whe re he became a leader of great prominence i n the affa i rs of the Bapti st church. He became a freema n at Newport , March 16, 16 41. He marri ed first Mary Cla rke, the sist er of Rev. John Clark e, of Bedfordshhir e, Eng land, and Bost on Newport, an associate of Rog er Wiliams . He marr ied seco nd Eleanor Weaver, daughter of Clement W ea ver and Rebecca H olbr ook. John and Eleanor had many chil dren, but the o nly o ne I know by na me is ELINOR. John Pec kham died after 1681 , and p rior to 1700. His wi ll bear s the date January 6, 1 681.
Elinor Peckham, daughter of John and Elinor, was born in a b out 164 0. S he married Matthew Boomer in 1655, son of Josh u a Boomer. They h ad 2 chi ldren, namely, Mary and Matthe w . Elinor died in 1727.
(I) John Peckham, the American ancestor of the family, w a s admitt ed an i nhabitant of the island of Aquidneck (Rho d e Island) March 20, 16 38. He w as made a freeman of Newpor t , March 16, 1641. He was one of t he ten ma le members in f ul l communion of the First Baptist Church in 16 48, a nd on e o f its founders in 1644. He was a resident of that p ar t of N ewp ort which became Middletown, where he was mad e a free ma n in 1655. Mr. Pe ckham was first married to Mar y Clarke, wh o di ed in 1648; the given na me of his second w ife was Elean or. He was the f ather of twelve childre n, nam ely: John, Wil liam, Stephen, Thomas, Jame s, Clement, Sarah , Rebec ca, Debo rah, Phebe, Elizabeth and Susannah. Fr om th is John Peckha m of N ewport and Middletown, R.I., the linea ge of t he lat e Dr. Fenner Harris P eckham, of Putnam and Pr ovidence, is t hrou gh Stephen, Stephen (2), Steph en (3), Se th and Dr. Haza el
JOHN4 PECKHAM (Henry3, Henry2, John George1) of, Newport , s on of (3) H en ry3 and (EC-2) Elizabeth (BADGER) PECKHAM , wa s born on 8 April 159 5, a nd died between 1646 and 1705 . H e married in Newport, in 1627, (IW- 9) MA RY CLARKE, daug hte r of (IW-3) Thomas and (SK-3) Rose (KERRICH) CLA RK E, wh o wa s born on 26 July 1607 in Westhorpe, Suffolk, Engla nd , an d di ed in 1647/8 in Newport. [1, 2]
"Franklin D. Roosevelt's Colonial Ancestors", Alvin Page J o hnson
cy in MSU Library, p. 108
John Peckham is said to have been an ordained clargyma n i n Englan d, at o ne time
chaplain to the Earl of Hertford. His religious views chan g in g, he le ft the
clergy and probably came to Boston with Sir Henry Vane i n 1 635, a nd in 1 638 was
at Newport at the southerly end of Rhode Island. Many of G o vernor Vane's
friends were banished from Boston in 1637 because of the i r opinions b ei ng at
variance with those of the Puritan element in control of t h e govern me nt of
Massachusetts Bay Colony. John Peckham was an active memb e r of the Bap ti st
colony at Newport, and in 1648 was one of the 10 men who f o rmed the ch ur ch. He
lived in that part of Newport which is now called Middleto w n.
Roosevelt descends from son Stephen from other marriage.
JOHN4 PECKHAM (Henry3, Henry2, John George1) of, Newport , s on of (3) H en ry3 and (DY-2) Elizabeth (BADGER) PECKHAM , wa s born on 8 April 159 5, a nd died after 1646. He marrie d i n Newport, in 1627, (IY-9) MARY CLA RK E, daughter of (IY -3 ) Thomas and (SM-3) Rose (KERRICH) CLARKE, who w as b or n o n 26 July 1607 in Westhorpe, Suffolk, England, and die d i n 1 647 /8 in Newport. [1, 2]
"Franklin D. Roosevelt's Colonial Ancestors", Alvin Page J o hnson
cy in MSU Library, p. 108
John Peckham is said to have been an ordained clargyma n i n Englan d, at o ne time
chaplain to the Earl of Hertford. His religious views chan g in g, he le ft the
clergy and probably came to Boston with Sir Henry Vane i n 1 635, a nd in 1 638 was
at Newport at the southerly end of Rhode Island. Many of G o vernor Vane's
friends were banished from Boston in 1637 because of the i r opinions b ei ng at
variance with those of the Puritan element in control of t h e govern me nt of
Massachusetts Bay Colony. John Peckham was an active memb e r of the Bap ti st
colony at Newport, and in 1648 was one of the 10 men who f o rmed the ch ur ch. He
lived in that part of Newport which is now called Middleto w n.
Roosevelt descends from son Stephen from other marriage.
Children: + 5 i. JOHN5, b. circa 1645 in Little Compton, N e wpo rt Co .; m. SARAH NEWPORT in 1667 in Newport; d. on 1 2 Fe b. 1712 in Newp ort.
6 ii. THOMAS; d. in 1709.
+ 7 iii. WILLIAM, (REV.) of, Newport, b. in 1647; m. (IY-1 0 ) SUSANN AH CL ARKE; d. in 1734.
"According to the University Records, John, who was bor n i n 1595, atte nd ed Pembroke College, Cambridge. He was th e so n of (Henry Peckham a nd Eli zabeth Badger) , who reside d a t East Hampnett Manor, Sussex, Engl and. Jo hn was though t t o have been baptized in the Boxgrove Parish abo ut f ou r mile s from Chichester. He matriculated at Cambridge in 1 6 12 a t t he age of 17. He received his M.A. degree from Cam bridg e in 16 20 and bec ame chaplain to the Earl of Hertford . It i s thought that Jo hn was someth ing of a maverick, fo r a Jn P eckham (thought to be our Joh n), a Vic ar of littl e Horste d Sussex, was sequestered by the House of C ommo ns . He was d escribed in the "Century of Malignant Priests" a s a pa rti cu larly bad and difficult character. This was a p eriod of gre at pol itic al unrest in England and John seem s to have side d with the rebel s. (PF R. p. 17)
Perhaps a major reason for John's migration to America w a s becau se ma ny of his family were royalists, while he w a s a reformer. It was c onject ured that John disagreed wit h h is family on political and religio us issu es and perhap s ha d a roving mind exploring disposition. Conseque ntl y, J ohn P eckham left his career, his family, and friends and m ig ra te d to the Massachusetts Bay Colony with Governor Henr y Van e arou nd 163 4. (PG, p. 36)
LITTLE COMPTON FAMILIES, pub. by Little Compton Historic a l Socie ty fr om Records compiled by Benjamin Franklin Wilb ou r, 1967.
"John Peckham no doubt came to Boston with Sir Henry V a n in 16 34 a nd he probably met there Mary Clarke who accom pa nied her brother Jo hn Cl arke to Boston about the time. T h e acquaintance resulted in marr ia ge of which no record c a n be found. He probably was one of the par ty cal led the A n n Hutchinson party, who founded a settlement on t he no rt h e nd of Rhode Island, which became the town of Portsmou th . I n 16 40 the bounds of his land were established."
On 20 May 1638 his name appeared on the list as on e o f those admi tt ed as an inhabitant of Portsmouth. He bec am e a freeman in 164 1. In 16 48 his second wife Eleanor wa s ba ptised.
His residence was in that part of Newport which is n o w Middletow n, a nd a stone marker J. P. is supposed to ma r k his grave.
Sources: NEHGR, v75, p279; C. Merton Babcock. C.M. Babcoc k : John Pec kh am of Newport, RI. NEHGR: __ Peckham of New po rt.
Abstracts of wills and chancery suits in Suffolk County, E n g., l ed to t he identification of John Peckham, the coloni st , as belongi ng to the Sus sex family. He was among the fi rs t settlers of the Isla nd of Aquidnec k, in 1638. There, o n M ay 20, 1638, his name is on a li st of those who w ere ad mitt ed as inhabitants of Newport. In 1640, the b ounds of h is la n d, thirty-six acres, were established. March 16, 1 64 1, h e was admitt ed a Freeman and he was one of the ten mal e mem be rs of the First Bapti st Church of Newport, in ful l commun ion, 1648. So on after the first sett lement of Rhod e Islan d the Peckhams bought a tra ct of land one mile sq ua re at Li ttle Compton, on which they built a hou se in 1640 , which st o od two hundred years, and in which six generati o ns of Peck hams were bor n. Their purchases also extended i nto Dartmo ut h, Mass., to the Acushn et River, where a par t of the city o f New Bed ford now stands. John Peckh am marr ied Mary Clarke , born 1607.
Their son, John Peckham II, (1645-1712), lived on the Peck h am es ta te at Little Compton and was one of the original p ro prietors of Ea st Gre enwich, R. I. He married, 1667, Sara h N ewport.
Their son, Benjamin Peckham, was born in Newport June 9, 1 6 84; will re co rded June 21, 1769. He married 1708, Mary, t h e daughter of Caleb a nd Phi llippa (Greene) Carr and the g ra nd-daughter of GOVERNOR JOHN GREE NE; s he was born 1687 . Iss ue among others:
LITTLE COMPTON FAMILIES, pub. by Little Compton Historic a l Socie ty fr om Records compiled by Benjamin Franklin Wilb ou r, 1967.
"John Peckham no doubt came to Boston with Sir Henry Va n i n 16 34 a nd he probably met there Mary Clarke who accomp anie d her brother Jo hn Cl arke to Boston about the time. Th e acq uaintance resulted in marr ia ge of which no record ca n be fo und. He probably was one of the par ty cal led the An n Hutchi nson party, who founded a settlement on the no rt h e nd of Rh ode Island, which became the town of Portsmouth . In 16 40 th e bo unds of his land were established."
On 20 May 1638 his name appeared on the list as one of tho s e admi tt ed as an inhabitant of Portsmouth. He became a fr ee man in 164 1. In 16 48 his second wife Eleanor was baptize d.
His residence was in that part of Newport which is now Mid d letow n, a nd a stone marker J. P. is supposed to mark hi s gr ave.
Researching this line is Nancyann Norman at nancn@exis.net
: NEHGR, v75, p279; C. Merton Babcock. C. M. Babcock: Jo h n Peckh am of Ne wport, RI. NEHGR: __ Peckham of Newport.
DESCENDANTS OF JOHN CLARK
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JOHN PECKHAM 88 SmartMatches
Birth: 24 April 1595 in Boxgrove, Sussex, England
Death: 1680/81 in Newport, Rhode Island
Sex: M
Father: HENRY PECKHAM
Mother: ELIZABETH BADGER
Burial: 19 Oct 1681 Middletown, RI
PECKHAM BIOGRAPHY AS RECORDED IN: COMMEMORATIVE BIOGRAPHIC A L RECO RD OF T OLLAND AND WINDHAM COUNTIES CONNECTICUT.BIOG RA PHICAL SKETCH ES OF PROMINE NT AND REPRESENTATIVE CITIZEN S AN D OF MANY OF THE EARLY SE TTLED FAMILIES .
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I) John Peckham, the American ancestor of the family, wa s a dmitt ed an in habitant of the island of Aquidneck (Rhod e Isl and) March 20, 16 38. He w as made a freeman of Newport , Marc h 16, 1641. He was one of t he ten ma le members in fu ll comm union of the First Baptist Church in 16 48, a nd on e of its f ounders in 1644. He was a resident of that p ar t of Newp or t which became Middletown, where he was mad e a freem an in 1 655. Mr. P eckham was first married to Mar y Clarke, who d ie d in 1648; the given na me of his second w ife was Eleanor. H e was t he father of twelve childre n, nam ely: John, William , Stephen, Thomas, J ames, Clement, Sarah , Rebec ca, Deborah , Phebe, Elizabeth and Susanna h. From th is John Peckham o f N ewport and Middletown, R.I., the lin ea ge of the late Dr . Fenner Harris P eckham, of Putnam and Pr ovidenc e, is throu gh Stephen, Stephen (2), Steph en (3), Se th and Dr. Haza el P eckham.
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Birth : 8 APR 1595 Boxgrove,Sussex
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Bibliographic Information: Washburn, Georgia Cooper.
WITTER GENEALOGY. The National Historical Company. New Yo r k 1929
iv Mary Clarke, probably born July 17, 1607, and bapti ze d o n Ju ly 26 of that year, came to America with her brothe r, D oct or John Clark e, and married Reverend John Peckham , who h ad been Chapla in to the Ea rl of Hertford, and who s ettled i n Rhode Island by 1638S ir John PECKH AM was born 15 95 in Eng land and was christened 8 Apr 15 95 in Boxgrov e, W est Sussex , England. He died after 6 Jan 1681 in Newpo rt , Newport C o. , Rhode Island.
LITTLE COMPTON FAMILIES, pub. by Little Compton Historic a l Socie ty fr om Records compiled by Benjamin Franklin Wilb ou r, 1967.
"John Peckham no doubt came to Boston with Sir Henry V a n in 16 34 a nd he probably met there Mary Clarke who accom pa nied her brother Jo hn Cl arke to Boston about the time. T h e acquaintance resulted in marr ia ge of which no record c a n be found. He probably was one of the par ty cal led the A n n Hutchinson party, who founded a settlement on t he no rt h e nd of Rhode Island, which became the town of Portsmou th . I n 16 40 the bounds of his land were established."
On 20 May 1638 his name appeared on the list as on e o f those admi tt ed as an inhabitant of Portsmouth. He bec am e a freeman in 164 1. In 16 48 his second wife Eleanor wa s ba ptised.
His residence was in that part of Newport which is n o w Middletow n, a nd a stone marker J. P. is supposed to ma r k his grave
She married JOHN PECKHAM, probably in Newport, Newport, Rh o de Isl an d. He died after 1681 in Newport, Newport, Rhod e Is land. Residence: N ewp ort, Rhode Island. He married sec ond E leanor ------ (possibly Elean or We aver, sister of Cle ment W eaver of Newport), before 1648.
According to C. E. Banks, John Peckham came from the pari s h of Woodnes bo rough, co. Kent, England. John Peckham wa s ad mitted an inhabita nt of New port after 1 May 1639. Joh n Peck ham of Nuport had his la nd in Newport re corded somet ime bet ween March 1641 and 16 March 164 2. At that time h e h eld 4 0 acres of land, 32 acres in a parcel near Ham broo k Mill o n Sto ny River, bordering land of Thomas Clarke, an d the r es t in meadow and h is home lot. He appeared at a Ge neral Cour t of Elec tion as a freem an on 16 March 1641. O n 27 Januar y 1642/3, John Peck um of Newport purcha sed lan d on the sout heast corner of the town, ne xt to his own lan d, fr om Jame s Barker of Newport. In 1648, he was a fu ll me mber of the F ir st Baptist Church, and Eleanor Peckham (hi s seco nd wife ) was baptized th at same year. He appears a s a freeman of N ewpo rt in a list of freem en of the Colon y made in 1655. Joh n Peckham was ta xed at Newport in 16 80 . He left a will, dat ed 6 January 1681, witness ed by Joh n Clarke a nd Henry Tew , according to a list of seventeen w il ls presented to t he C ourt in 1700 which lacked a third w itness as requi red by la w. Howev er, the contents of the wi ll are unknown.
Sources:
J. O. Austin, "The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island . " New Yor k, 1 887 [1982], pp. 147-148.
C. E. Banks, "Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English Emi g ran ts to N ew England, 1620-1650." Southern Book Company , Ba ltimore, 195 7, p. 85.
S. F. Peckham, "John Peckham of Newport, R.I., and som e o f his descend an ts," NEHGR, Vol. 57 (1903), pp. 31-39.
"Records of the Island of Rhode Island, 1638-1644." Rhod e I sland Archi ve s, Providence (FHL Film #0954960), p. 52.
"Rhode Island Colonial Records, Proceedings of the Gener a l Assembly ." F HL Film #0947963, vol. 1, part 1, p. 11.
"Rhode Island Land Evidences, 1648-1696." Rhode Island His t orical Soci et y, Providence, pp. 185-186.
B. F. Wilbour, "Little Compton Families." Little Compton H i st. Soc., 1 96 7.
They had the following children: + 27 i. MARY5 PECKHAM . B orn abo ut 16 40 in Newport, Newport, Rhode Island. Marri ed T obias Saunders.
+ 28 ii. JOHN5 PECKHAM. Born about 1642 in Newport, Newp o rt, Rhode I sl and. Married Sarah Newport.
+ 29 iii. WILLIAM5 PECKHAM. Born about 1644 in Newport , N ewport, R ho de Island. Married(1) Mary Clarke.
+ 30 iv. THOMAS5 PECKHAM. Born about 1646 in Newport, Ne w port, Rho de I sland. Married(1) ------.
LITTLE COMPTON FAMILIES, pub. by Little Compton Historica l Society fr om R ecords compiled by Benjamin Franklin Wilbou r, 1967.
"John Peckham no doubt came to Boston with Sir Henry Van i n 1634 a nd he p robably met there Mary Clarke who accompanie d her brother John Cl ar ke to Boston about the time. The acq uaintance resulted in marria ge of whi ch no record can be fo und. John married Mary CLARKE, daught er of Thomas C LARKE an d Rose KERIDGE, about 1637. Mary was christen ed 17 Jul 160 7 in W esthorpe, Suffolk, England. She died 1648 in Newpo rt , Newport Co., Rho de Island.
Little Compton Families, page 486. Sister of John Clarke.
He probably was one of the party called the Ann Hutchinso n party, who f ou nded a settlement on the north end of Rhod e Island, which became t he to wn of Portsmouth. In 1640 th e bounds of his land were established."
On 20 May 1638 his name appeared on the list as one of thos e admi tt ed as an inhabitant of Portsmouth. He became a free man in 1641. In 16 48 h is second wife Eleanor was baptised.
His residence was in that part of Newport which is now Midd letow n, a nd a stone marker J. P. is supposed to mark his gr ave.
JOHN PECKHAM was born in England and baptized Apr. 8. 1595 . In 16 34 he w as chaplain to the Earl of Hertford and ther e is no doubt but th at as cha plain to that nobleman he mad e the acquaintance of Sir Henry Va ne, the yo unger. There ca n be little doubt that the extreme theologic al vie ws of Si r Henry Vane became the convincing argument that turned J oh n Pec kham from his allegiance to the Church of England. The se mo re or less ext reme views may be described in the langu age of that d ay as those of a Bap tist Lollard. John Peckha m was in Rhode Island in 16 38. He is suppos ed to have com e to Boston in 1634 with Sir Henry Van e. In Bosto n, he me t Mary Clarke, who had accompanied her brother, Dr. J ohn Cl ark e, to Boston. While John Peckham's name does not appea r in t he list of th ose disarmed in Boston, nor among the fo llowers of Wheelwri ght, nor o ne of the signers of the Ports mouth Covenant, yet he must ha ve been o ne of the party know n as the Ann Hutchinson Party, who found ed a settleme nt o n the north end of Rhode Island, the town of Portsmout h. O n March 1 6, 1641, he was admitted a freeman. In 1641 he wa s o ne of the ten male me mbers of the First Baptist Church o f Newport in fu ll communion. He had fi ve children by his fi rst wife, Mary Clarke. Aft er her death he married, E leano r (probably born Peckham) by whom he h ad seven children. Jo hn Peckh am died in 1681 and Mary Clarke in 1648.
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The surname Peckham is derived from the parish of Peckham i n the Co un ty of Kent, England. The suffix "ham" inthe earl y Saxon language, sign ifi ed home or town; names containin g it areof local origin. Peckham ther efo re means the town o f Peck, or the home of Peck. Eminent authoriti es gi ve the o riginal home of the family as Scandinavia, and the ti me o f its f ounding in England as the eleventh century, shortl y after t he Norman Conq uest.
The name is variously spelled, Peccam, Peckham, and Pecham ; John Peck ha m, who was Archbishop of Canterbury from 127 9 to1292, was the fou nd er of one of the most noted branche s of the family in England, b ut as ear ly as 1127, Robert Pe ckham was chaplain to King Henry I. It h as not be en possibl e to establish a connection between Robert Peckham a nd Joh n Pe ckham, Archbishop of Canterbury, Sir Edmund Peckham, on e of t he Archbisho p's descendants, was master of the mint t o Queen Elizabet h, and was knigh ted in 1542. He resided i n Buckinghamshire. His son, S ir George Peckha m, was a merch ant adventurer and in company with Sir Hen ry Gilbert,S ir Ri chard Greenville and Christopher Carlisle went on a tr ip o f explora tion in 1574. They reached the Newfoundelandes (no w Newfou ndland) and ca me down the coast of North America.
The founder of the American branch of the Peckham family i s thought to ha ve been a direct descendant of Sir George Pec kham, of the rei gn of Que en Elizabeth. He was the progenito r of the majority of the Peck ham famili es in America today.
Arms - Ermine a. chief, quarterly, or and gules.
Crest - An ostrich proper Blotto - Tentanda via est.
The Peckham families of Rhode Island are among the oldest a nd most prom in entin the Commonwealth. Prior to 1700 they we re among the large land o wne rs of Rhode Island, figuring i n the Pettaquamscott purchase of 166 0, a nd the Westerly pur chase of 1661, and the East Greenwich purcha se in 167 7. The ir holdings were in Southern Rhode Island, and extended i nt o Massa chusetts; their descendants passed into the old Ba y State, Eas tern Connec ticut, and Central New York, many, h owever, remaining in Newp ort and Prov idence counties, R. I . Many of the descendants of the founde r, John Peckh am, hav e risento great prominence in the State, in the prof ession s a nd in the fieldsof business and commerce.
They had the following children:
+ 2 F i Mary PECKHAM was born 1643 and die d 1695.
+ 3 M ii John PECKHAM was born about 1645 a nd died about 17 12 .
4 M iii
Rev. William PECKHAM was born about 1647. He died 2 Ju n 1734.
William married (1) Elizabeth CLARKE, daughter of Jose ph CLARKE and Mar ga ret TURNER, about 1675.
Sources: A Potter-Richardson Memorial; Colonial Famil ies of the USA.
Families: Elizabeth Clarke, married Rev. William Pec kham.
Memorial: Elizabeth Clarke, married Rev. William Pec kham, son of John.
William also married (2) Phebe WEEDEN about 1680/1685.
5 M iv
Thomas PECKHAM.
Thomas married Hannah Weeden CLARKE. Hannah died afte r 1722.
6 M v
James PECKHAM died 26 Feb 1711.
7 F vi
Rebecca PECKHAM.
Rebecca married John SPOONER
8 M vii
Stephen PECKHAM.
Stephen married Mary
9 F viii
Phebe PECKHAM was born 1666. She died 1746.
Phebe married Thomas GRAY.
LC Families, page 486.
Son of Edward and Dorothy (Littice) Gray of Plymout h.
10 M ix
Clement PECKHAM.
Clement married Lydia
11 F x
Deborah PECKHAM was born 1671 in Newport, Newport Co. , Rhode Islan d. S he died 12 Jun 1707 in Newport Co., Rhod e Island.
DECENDANTS OF ROBERT TAYLOR, by Earl Crandall, 1993, pa ge 1.
He married Deborah Peckham in 1671 at Newport, RI , dau. at John Peckh am a nd Eleanor Weaver, born in Oct 1653 ; died on 12 Jun 1707 at Newpo rt Co ., RI.
Deborah married Robert TAYLOR, son of Robert TAYLOR an d Mary HODGES. Ro be rt was born Oct 1653 in Newport, Newpor t Co., Rhode Island.
+ 12 F xi Elizabeth PECKHAM was born about 1 670 and di ed 24 M ay 1714.
13 F xii
Sarah PECKHAM.
Sarah married William WEEDEN


General Notes: Wife - Mary Clarke

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He was married to Mary Clarke.(226) Until quite recently the marriage of John Peckham and Mary Clarke (sister of Doctor John Clarke ), was a matter of supposition supported by purely circumstantial eviden ce. The late researches of Mr . Byron J. Peckham in the early records of Bristol County , Massachusetts, at Taunton, have settled by absolute record evidence the question of this marriage.
Concerning Mary Clarke, John Peckham's first wife, the line of whose descent has been fully established, a Bible which belonged to her brother, Doctor John Clarke, which contains several generations preceding and follow ing their advent in America, is still in existence, in the possession of
Professor Doctor John C. C. Clarke of Upper Alton, Ill.
329. Mary Clarke died before 1648. Children were:
i. John Peckham was born about 1645 in Newport, Newport, R I . He died about 1712.
ii. William Peckham.
iii. Mary Peckham.
iv. Thomas Peckham.
John married Mary CLARKE, daughter of Thomas CLARKE and Rose KERIDGE, about 1637. Mary was christened 17 Jul 1607 in Westhorp, Suffolk, England. She died 1648 in Newport, Newport , Rhode Island.
Mary was christened 26 Jul 1607 in Westhorpe, Suffolk, Engl and.
Little Compton Families, page 486. Sister of John Clarke.
Sources: Genealogies of RI Families; C. Merton Babcock; 1 6 0 Allied Fam il ies;
NEHGR, v75, p279.
C.M. Babcock: Mary Clarke, baptized 17 July 1607; marrie d John Pec kh am of Newport, RI.
RI Families: Merie Clark, baptized 17 July 1607. (Vol . 1 , page 198. B ib le records.)
160 Families: Mary Clarke, born 1607.
NEHGR: Mary Clarke, baptized at Westhorpe 26 July 1607 ( 1 7 July 160 7, ac cording to a Bible record). Said to have m arried __ Peckham of Newp ort, R .I.
MARY4 CLARKE (Thomas3, John2, John1). She was baptized 2 6 J uly 16 07 in Westhorpe, Suffolk, England. She died abou t 1647 in Newport, Newport, Rhode Island. Residence: Newpor t, Rhode Island.
Mary Clarke probably came to the Colonies at the same time as her brothers, Thomas, John and Joseph, and probably married John Peckham after arriving in Rhode Island as she was apparently granted land by the to wn of Newport, possibl y before her marriage. Mary Clark of Newport had her land in Newport recorded immediately after that of John Peckham , so meti me between March 1641 and 16 March 1642. Her land s consisted of 40 acres "lying upon the millbrook alias ham brook." Peckham's land also lay near the Hambrook mill. I t seems unlikely that the town would grant b oth in dividuals land if they were already married. Two deeds, one from Joshua Coggeshall to Walter Cunigrave dated 30 May 1651, and one from Walter Cunigrave to John Green dated 6 June 1651 , describe lands in Newpo rt adjoining "land granted by th e Town of Newport unto Mary Clarke now deceased some time the wife of John Peckham," the first of which deeds was witnessed by John and Elizabeth Clarke, probably the brother o f Mary Clarke and his wife.
Sources:
J. O. Austin, "The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island . " New York, 1 887 [1982], pp. 147-148.
G. A. Moriarty, "Clarke-Cooke (alias Carewe)-Kerrich," NEH G R, Vo l. 75 (1 921), pp. 273-301.
G. A. Morrison, "The 'Clarke' Families of Rhode Island." E v ening Po st Pr inting House, New York, 1902, p. 14.
S. F. Peckham, "John Peckham of Newport, R.I., and som e o f his descend an ts," NEHGR, Vol. 57 (1903), pp. 31-39.
"Records of the Island of Rhode Island, 1638-1644." Rhode I sland Archi ve s, Providence (FHL Film #0954960), p. 52.
"Rhode Island Land Evidences, 1648-1696." Rhode Island Hist orical Soci et y, Providence, pp. 185-186.
B. F. Wilbour, "Little Compton Families." Little Compton H i st. Soc., 1 96 7.

Mary PECKHAM (John ) was born 1643 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island. She died 1695 in Westerly, Kings Co., Rhode Island.

Mrs. Louise Prosser Bates of Westerly, a highly educated woman and descended from Tobias Saunders and Joseph Clarke and William Crumb, spent years in research of original records in Westerly and left her papers by bequest to the state of RI. Unfortunately they have never been printed. The following is from her papers: "The first wife of Joseph Clarke (brother of Dr. John Clarke who is often called the founder of Newport, RI) was a sister of Tobias Saunders. Tobias married Mary Peckham, daughter of John Peckham and Mary Clarke, sister of Joseph Clarke. Tobias and Mary (Peckham) Saunders had a daughter Mercy Saunders who was the first wife of William Crumb (Daniel-1)." This statement is included in the Genealogy of the Peckham.
Conclusive proof is found in disposition of the estate of James Peckham, son of John & Mary Peckham who died unmarried and intestate 26 Jeb 1711/2. One 25 Dec 1712, Peter & Elizabeth (Saunders) Barker were among James' heirs giving a power of attorney to Philip and William Peckham and John Taylor to sell James' realty. Elizabeth (Saunders) Babcock and her husband James Babcock appointed her brother-in-law, Peter Barker, to "receive in charge, all legacies...[from the estate of] their honored uncle James Peckham." On 19 May 1712, Edward, John, Stephen and Benjamin Saunders appointed their brother-in-law Peter Barker to transact business for them and their sister, Elizabeth. (Bristol Co. Deeds 8:70).

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General Notes: Child - John Peckham

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Their son, John Peckham II, (1645-1712), lived on the Peck h am es ta te at Little Compton and was one of the original p ro prietors of Ea st Gre enwich, R. I. He married, 1667, Sara h N ewport.
Their son, Benjamin Peckham, was born in Newport June 9, 1 6 84; will re co rded June 21, 1769. He married 1708, Mary, t h e daughter of Caleb a nd Phi llippa (Greene) Carr and the g ra nd-daughter of GOVERNOR JOHN GREE NE; s he was born 1687 . Iss ue among others:
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JOHN5 PECKHAM (John4, Henry3, Henry2, John George1), so n o f (4) Joh n4 a nd (IY-9) Mary (CLARKE) PECKHAM, was bor n circ a 1645 in Little Comp ton[7 2], and died on 12 Feb. 17 12 in N ewport. He married in Newpor t, in 166 7, SARAH NEWPO RT, wh o was born in 1648 in Newport. [1, 2]
#2 in Peckham descendants (NEHGR)
Child: + 8 i. ISAAC6, b. on 11 April 1688 in Newport; m. ( A BD-18) JA NE S ISSON circa 1726 in Portsmouth, Newport Co. ; d . on 10 Feb. 1765.
Abbrev: NEHGR
Title: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Author: New England Historic Genealogical Society
Page: vol. 57, p. 32, "John Peckham of Newport, R. I., a n d Some of H is D escendants" by Steven Farnum Peckham
Lived at Peckham estate at Little Compton, RI. Was an orig i nal prori et or of East Greenwich, RI in 1677.


General Notes: Child - Thomas Peckham

Newport, Newport, RI
Thomas Peckham, son of John Peckham, lived in Newport, Rho d e Islan d, a nd was a weaver. In 1677 he was an original pr op rietor of East Gree nwic h, and in 1708 was a deputy to th e g eneral assembly. He married (fi rs t) (???), (second) Han nah , daughter of William Weeden, and widow of W ill iam Clar ke . Thomas Peckham died in 1709, and she married (thir d) J o se ph Clarke, of Westerly, Rhode Island. Child by first wi fe : Phi lip, me ntioned below. Children by second wife: Dani el , born 1692; Thoma s, Augu st 19, 1693; Uriah, November 20 , 1 697, died young; son, Ju ne 8, 1700; Ha nnah, 1701; Sarah , Se ptember 29, 1703; James, January 2 4, 1707.AFN: C3CS -01)


General Notes: Child - Mary Clarke Peckham

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Mrs. Louise Prosser Bates of Westerly, a highly educated woman and descended from Tobias Saunders and Joseph Clarke and William Crumb, spent years in research of original records in Westerly and left her papers by bequest to the state of RI. Unfortunately they have never been printed. The following is from her papers: "The first wife of Joseph Clarke (brother of Dr. John Clarke who is often called the founder of Newport, RI) was a sister of Tobias Saunders. Tobias married Mary Peckham, daughter of John Peckham and Mary Clarke, sister of Joseph Clarke. Tobias and Mary (Peckham) Saunders had a daughter Mercy Saunders who was the first wife of William Crumb (Daniel-1)." This statement is included in the Genealogy of the Peckham.
Conclusive proof is found in disposition of the estate of James Peckham, son of John & Mary Peckham who died unmarried and intestate 26 Jeb 1711/2. One 25 Dec 1712, Peter & Elizabeth (Saunders) Barker were among James' heirs giving a power of attorney to Philip and William Peckham and John Taylor to sell James' realty. Elizabeth (Saunders) Babcock and her husband James Babcock appointed her brother-in-law, Peter Barker, to "receive in charge, all legacies...[from the estate of] their honored uncle James Peckham." On 19 May 1712, Edward, John, Stephen and Benjamin Saunders appointed their brother-in-law Peter Barker to transact business for them and their sister, Elizabeth. (Bristol Co. Deeds 8:70).

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General Notes: Child - William Peckham

William Peckham, son of John and Mary (Clarke) Peckham, w a s born in Ne wp ort, R. I., about 1647. In 1684 he serve d a s juryman. In 1696-97- 98 he h eld the office of deputy t o th e General Assembly of Rhode Islan d. On Ju ly 13, 1702 , he wa s granted a share of eighteen acres in a divi si on o f propri etors' lands. On November 15, 1711, William Peckha m w as o rd ained pastor of the First Baptist Church of Newpo rt by Samu el Lu the r, of Swansea, minister, and Samuel Bull ock, of Swa nsea, deaco n. He is s upposed to have been the f irst Baptis t minister ordained on t his contine nt.
William Peckham married (first) Elizabeth Clarke, daught e r of Joseph C la rke. He married (second) Phebe Weeden, wh o w as born in 1660, a nd di ed in Middletown, R. I., in 1745 , da ughter of William Weeden. He d ied Ju ne 2, 1734, and hi s wil l was proved July 3, following.
William Peckham was born about 1647 in Newport, Newpor t, R I . He di ed on 2 Jun 1734 in Newport, Newport, RI. Accordi n g to t he History of Rh ode Island published by the Americ a n Historical Socie ty in 1920, he serv ed as juryman in 168 4 ; in 1696-98 he held offi ce of deputy to the Gener al Asse mb ly of Rhode Island; on July 13, 170 2, he was granted a s h ar e of 18 acres in a division of
proprietors' land;
He was ordained pastor of the First Baptist Church of Newp o rt. He is s up posed to have been the first Baptist minist e r ordained on this contin en t. He was married to Elizabet h C larke.
Children were:
William Peckham.
Samuel Peckham.
Mary Peckham.
Phoebe Peckham.
Deborah Peckham.
The Peckhams, goes back to the early 1600's. John Peckha m c ame to Amer ic an between 1634 & 1638, probably with th e Duk e of Somerset, William S eym our, one of the most power ful no blemen during the reign of Charles t he 1 st. John Pec kham wa s Chaplain to the Duke, earlier known as t he Ea rl o f Hertfo rd. John's son, Reverend William Peckham b1647, wa s o rdai ne d Nov 15, 1711 Pastor of First Baptist Church o f Newpo rt RI . He is sa id to have been the 1st ordained Bap tist ministe r on t he continent. We h ave this wonderful ol d painting tha t was passed do wn thru the generatio ns of th e Peckhams, an d we believe it is either Ge orge Hazard Peck ham b 1813 or Wi lliam Tweed Peckham b1855. Bernice Peckh am , my grandmoth er , is connected to the Wilbor family severa l times.. .. .
WILLIAM5 PECKHAM, (REV.) (John4, Henry3, Henry2, John Geor g e1) of, New po rt, son of (4) John4 and (IY-9) Mary (CLARK E ) PECKHAM, was born in 1 64 7, and died in 1734. He marrie d ( IY-10) SUSANNAH CLARKE, daught er of (IY -8) Joseph and M arga ret CLARKE, who was born circa 1653 in New port. [ 1, 2]
Supposed to have been the first Baptist minister ordaine d o n the conti ne nt.
#4 in Peckham descendants (NEHGR)
Child: + 9 i. WILLIAM6 of, Middletown, Newport Co., b. o n 3 0 Aug. 1 67 5; m. (ACY-15) MARY TEW on 10 June 1703 in Ne wpor t; d. on 18 Jan. 176 4.
Sources: A Potter-Richardson Memorial; Colonial Familie s o f the USA.
Families: Elizabeth Clarke, married Rev. William Peckham.
Memorial: Elizabeth Clarke, married Rev. William Peckha m , son of John.
From One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families: "William,
Newport, R. I.
1684. Chosen on a Jury.
1696, '98. Deputy. In a little memorandum book, he write s : "This is my
book, it cost two shillings, I pray you look. Sept.
the ninth 1698."
1702, 7, 17. He was granted a share of 18 acres in divisi o n of
Proprietors lands, "near adjoining his land as runs on mea d ows
and Sachuest Beach," etc.
1708, 3, 3. He and his brother Thomas, etc., on behalf o f t he church,
deeded to John Vaughn for 18, "a house at Green End,
which was their meeting house."
1711, 11, 15. Ordained pastor of the First Baptist Churc h , Newport, by
Samuel Luther, Pastor of a church at Swanzey, and
Deacon Samuel Bullock, also of Swanzey.
1712, 3, 21. He and Captain Thomas Gray (of Little Compton)
administrators on estate of James Peckham of R. I. showed
inventory of 644, 9s. 6d. (Little Compton estate of deceas e d.)
1718. Daniel White was chosen to assist Mr. Peckham, but c o ntinued only
a short time.
1726, 4, 24. He and others signed a letter which was sen t R ev. Joseph
Crandall's church (Seventh Day Baptists), regarding some
doctrinal differences.
1726, 5, 19. John Comer was ordained as assistant. In th e m anuscript
diary of latter, he says, "I was solemnly ordained by
fasting and prayer and imposition of the hands of the Elde r s of the
Church, viz., Mr. Wm. Peckham, Pastor, Mr. Sam'l Maxwell,
Deacon. Mr. Wm. Peckham gave me the charge in these expre s s words. A
coppie--Forasmuch as you have complied
with ye call of ye church to the work of the ministry in t h is place.
I charge thee therefore before God and the Lord Jesns Christ
who shall judge the quick and the dead at his appearing a n d Kingdom.
Preach the word, be instant in season, reprove, rebuke,
exhort with all long suffering and doctrine. Watch tho u i n all
things, endure affliction. Do the work of an Evangelist. M a ke full
proof of thy ministry. Take heed to thyself and all thy fl o ck over
which the Holy Ghost hath made thee overseer. Give attenda n ce
to reading, to meditation, to doctrine. Study to approve t h yself to
God a workman, y't needeth not be ashamed, rightly
dividing the word of truth. Flee youthful lasts, follow
righteousness, faith, charity, with all those who call o n y e Lord out of
a
pure heart. Administer also the ordinances of the New Test n ment,
Baptism, and the Supper of ye Lord as commanded in ye
holy Scriptures, feed the flock not by Constraint, but wil l ingly, not
for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind. These things I give
thee in charge in the sight of God who quickeneth all thin g s and
before Jesus Christ who before Pontius Pilate witnesse d a g ood
confession--that thon keep this commandment without spot,
unrebukable, until ye appearing of our Lord Jesas Christ , a nd when
the Chief Shepherd shall appear, you shall receive a cro w n of glory
which fadeth not away. And in testimony of your reception
to an equal part in ye work of ye sacred ministry I give y o u my right
hand.' " Mr. Comer tells us, that when he was called to
the church the number of members was 18, of whom 10 were m e n and 8
women. He says he received for salary, to December
of this year, 85, 14s. 6d.
1730, 3, 3. "This day (says Comer) I went to visit Elder P e ckcom, who
discoursed to my satisfaction about ye trouble and ye
things of God." Mr. Peckham was now old and evidently feeb l e.
1731, 10, 13. John Callender was ordained as colleague wi t h Mr.
Peckham, in place of John Comer. Mr. Callender remained as
Pastor after the death of Wm. Peckham, printing, in 173 9 , a discourse
on the civil and religious history of Rhode Island, from
1838 to 1738, well known as the "Century Sermon."
1734, 7, 3. Will, proved. To son William certain land. T o s on Samuel,
my now dwelling house and land in Newport, bounded
east by John Green's land, south by the highway, etc. He m e ntions
daughters Mary Thomas, Phebe Tripp, and Deborah Clarke.
His wife Phebe was to be supported by his sons William a n d Samuel.
1734, 9, 24. Will, proved 1745. Phebe Peckham, widow. Exs . , three
daughters, Mary Barker, Phebe Weeden, Deborah Clarke.
Witnesses, Edward Cornell, Nicholas Little, Wm. Weeden. In v entory,
165, 16s. To granddaughter Phebe, daughter of my
son Samuel, 1 silver spoon. To graddaughter Phebe Barker , l ittle
brass kettle and 1 silver spoon. To granddaughter Deborah
Barker, 1 silver spoon. To three daughters, viz.: Mary Bar k er, Phebe
Weeden, and Deborah Clarke, all the rest of estate;
1/2 to Deborah, and other 1/2 to Mary and Phebe equally . A s she did
not mention William Peckham,3 or any of his children, it
is probable he was a son of Wm. Peekham2 by first wife. Pe r haps the
daughter Mary Barker was wife of that James Barker
who traditionally is given Mary Cook for his wife. He ha d d aughters
Phebe, Deborah, etc.
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Daniel Gould and Mary Clarke




Husband Daniel Gould 22

           Born: October 24, 1656 - Newport, , Newport, RI 22
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Quidnesset, , , RI 22
         Buried: 


         Father: Daniel Gould 22 23
         Mother: Waite Coggeshall 22 23


       Marriage: 




Wife Mary Clarke 22

           Born:  - Newport, , Newport, RI 22
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 10, 1711 - Newport, , Newport, RI 22
         Buried: 



Children

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Mary Clarke




Husband

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Mary Clarke 22

           Born:  - Newport, , Newport, RI 22
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 10, 1711 - Newport, , Newport, RI 22
         Buried: 

   Other Spouse: Daniel Gould 22



Children

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John Peckham Sr. and Mary Marie Clarke




Husband John Peckham Sr.

           Born: April 8, 1595 - Boxgrove, Ssx, Eng
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 10, 1681 - Boxgrove, Sussex, England
         Buried: October 19, 1681 - Middletown, Newport, RI


         Father: Henry Peckham 15
         Mother: Elizabeth Greenfield


       Marriage: 1638 - Newport, Co., RI




Wife Mary Marie Clarke

           Born: July 17, 1607 - Westhorpe, Sfk, Eng
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1647 - Newport, Co., RI
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Clarke Sr. 1 7 8 9
         Mother: Rose Kerrich 1 7 8 9





Children

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Alfred Maxson and Mary Polly Clarke




Husband Alfred Maxson

           Born: June 27, 1785 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 22, 1858 - Walworth, Walworth Co., Wisconsin
         Buried: 1858 - Walworth, Walworth Co., Wisconsin
       Marriage: January 1, 1808 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York




Wife Mary Polly Clarke

           Born: January 29, 1787 - Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 22, 1864 - Walworth, Walworth Co., Wisconsin
         Buried: 1864 - Walworth, Walworth Co., Wisconsin


         Father: Perry Clarke
         Mother: Patience York Peckham





Children
1 F Alzina Maxson

           Born: March 12, 1810 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 8, 1859 - Wonewoc, Jeneau Co., Wisconsin
         Buried: 1859 - Walworth, Walworth Co., Wisconsin
         Spouse: Thomas Walters
           Marr: June 23, 1842 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York



2 F Tacy Maxson

           Born: April 22, 1829
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 26, 1867
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mills Deforest Clarke
           Marr: February 22, 1849



3 F Fanny Maxson

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1901
         Buried: 
         Spouse: William Maxson Clarke



4 F Lavina Maxson

           Born: 1827 - New York, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Thomas Walters
           Marr: 1866




Death Notes: Child - Lavina Maxson

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Matthew Clarke and Abigail Maverick




Husband Matthew Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Abigail Maverick

           Born: August 10, 1637
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Elias Maverick
         Mother: Anne Harris





Children
1 F Ruth Clarke

           Born: 1674 - Massachusetts  Marblehead
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Nehemiah Hayward
           Marr: Marblehead, MA




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Matthew Clarke and Mary Dow




Husband Matthew Clarke

           Born: 1652 - Haverhill, Essex, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1715 - Haverhill, Essex, MA
         Buried: 


         Father: Edward Clarke
         Mother: Dorcas Bosworth


       Marriage: April 2, 1679 - Haverhill, Essex, MA




Wife Mary Dow

           Born: April 14, 1644 - Newbury, Essex, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1685 - Bradford, Essex, MA
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Dow
         Mother: Phebe Latley





Children
1 M John Clarke

           Born: March 30, 1680 - Haverhill, Essex, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 3, 1750 - Stratham, Rockingham, NH
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Anne Smith
           Marr: 1712 - Exeter, Rockingham, NH




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Mills Deforest Clarke and Tacy Maxson




Husband Mills Deforest Clarke

           Born: September 27, 1825
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry Clarke
         Mother: Lucy Clarke


       Marriage: February 22, 1849




Wife Tacy Maxson

           Born: April 22, 1829
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 26, 1867
         Buried: 


         Father: Alfred Maxson
         Mother: Mary  Polly Clarke





Children

Death Notes: Husband - Mills Deforest Clarke

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Jesse Lewis and Molly Clarke




Husband Jesse Lewis

           Born: April 8, 1752 - Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 20, 1824
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Molly Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Clarke
         Mother: Hannah Perry





Children
1 F Esther Lewis

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1820
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Uriah Burdick
           Marr: 1817 - Rhode Island




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Moses Clarke Jr.




Husband Moses Clarke Jr.

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Moses Clarke
         Mother: Mary Clarke


       Marriage: March 7, 1793 - Hampstead, Queens Co., NB




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Jonathan Davis and Nancy Clarke




Husband Jonathan Davis

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Nancy Clarke

           Born: 1804 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Stephen Clarke
         Mother: Susannah Potter





Children

Death Notes: Wife - Nancy Clarke

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Nathanial Clarke and Mary Meekins




Husband Nathanial Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Mary Meekins

           Born: June 8, 1645 - Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 10, 1705 - Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts
         Buried: 
            AFN:  9XXB-CD


         Father: Thomas Meakins
         Mother: Sarah Bell





Children

General Notes: Husband - Nathanial Clarke

Still Living.
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Olivette M. Clarke




Husband

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Olivette M. Clarke

           Born: 1851
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Ezra Stillman Clarke
         Mother: Melissa Wilkins





Children

Death Notes: Wife - Olivette M. Clarke

Y
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Phillip Sweet Greene and Olivia Clarke




Husband Phillip Sweet Greene

           Born: March 27, 1818 - Alfred, Allegany Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 6, 1903 - Alfred, Allegany Co., New York
         Buried: 
       Marriage: September 26, 1844 - Andover, Allegany Co., New York

Noted events in his life were:
1. Occupation, Justice, judge, trustee 43 years

2. Religion, Seventh-day Baptist




Wife Olivia Clarke

           Born: October 7, 1818
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Hazard Perry Clarke
         Mother: Phebe Whitford





Children
1 F Mary Lucretia Greene

           Born: April 28, 1847
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Arthur Benton Greene

           Born: November 2, 1848 - Alfred, Allegany Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 1, 1922 - Alfred, Allegany Co., New York
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary E. Sherman
           Marr: July 9, 1895 - Alfred, Allegany Co., New York



3 M Frank Llewellyn Greene

           Born: July 31, 1851 - Alfred, Allegany Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Wife - Olivia Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Mary Lucretia Greene

Y


Death Notes: Child - Frank Llewellyn Greene

Y
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David Whitford and Orissa Villa Clarke




Husband David Whitford

           Born: February 13, 1808 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Orissa Villa Clarke

           Born: January 6, 1809
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 24, 1870
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Clarke
         Mother: Hannah Clarke





Children
1 F Lucy Ann Whitford

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Samuel David Whitford

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Husband - David Whitford

Y
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Orville G. Clarke




Husband Orville G. Clarke

           Born: July 20, 1843
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Decatur Maxson Clarke
         Mother: Maria A. Greene


       Marriage: 1870




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

Death Notes: Husband - Orville G. Clarke

Y
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Moses Barber Maxson and Patience Clarke




Husband Moses Barber Maxson

           Born: February 1792
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Patience Clarke

           Born: September 4, 1793 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Perry Clarke
         Mother: Patience York Peckham





Children

Death Notes: Husband - Moses Barber Maxson

Y


Death Notes: Wife - Patience Clarke

Y
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Perry Clarke and Penelope Perry




Husband Perry Clarke

           Born: November 21, 1780 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 24, 1835
         Buried: 1835 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island


         Father: Joshua Clarke
         Mother: Elizabeth Dodge


       Marriage: 




Wife Penelope Perry

           Born: 1785
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 19, 1875
         Buried: 1875 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island



Children
1 M Perry Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Penelope Dodge
           Marr: September 15, 1837



2 M Charles Clarke

           Born: January 23, 1818
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 9, 1870
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary Clarke



3 M Simeon Perry Clarke

           Born: July 21, 1819
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 9, 1870
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Catherine C. Perry
           Marr: November 8, 1843 - South Kingston, Washington Co., Rhode Island



4 F Mary Clarke

           Born: 1822 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 7, 1892 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
         Buried: 1892 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island



5 F Penelope Congdon Clarke

           Born: 1825 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 27, 1841 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
         Buried: 1841 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island




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Perry Clarke and Patience York Peckham




Husband Perry Clarke

           Born: September 14, 1761 - Charlestown, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Clarke
         Mother: Hannah Perry


       Marriage: December 1, 1782 - Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island




Wife Patience York Peckham

           Born: September 6, 1763 - Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Stephen Clarke

           Born: January 16, 1784
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 21, 1786
         Buried: 



2 M Samuel Clarke

           Born: December 19, 1786 - Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 1787 - Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island
         Buried: 



3 F Mary Polly Clarke

           Born: January 29, 1787 - Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 22, 1864 - Walworth, Walworth Co., Wisconsin
         Buried: 1864 - Walworth, Walworth Co., Wisconsin
         Spouse: Alfred Maxson
           Marr: January 1, 1808 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York



4 M Isaac Peckham Clarke

           Born: April 3, 1789 - Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Lois Rathbun
           Marr: January 1, 1812



5 F Esther Clarke

           Born: September 23, 1790 - Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: William Basset



6 F Patience Clarke

           Born: September 4, 1793 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Moses Barber Maxson



7 F Hannah Clarke

           Born: September 13, 1796 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 14, 1874 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Willett Sr. Stillman
           Marr: 1822



8 F Susannah Clarke

           Born: July 3, 1799 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 15, 1803
         Buried: 



9 M Perry Weeden Clarke

           Born: October 16, 1801 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ann Coon



10 M Joseph Clarke

           Born: April 15, 1804 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sophronia Colbourne



11 M Reynolds Clarke

           Born: April 22, 1807 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Lucy Cook




Death Notes: Husband - Perry Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Wife - Patience York Peckham

Y


Death Notes: Child - Isaac Peckham Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Esther Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Patience Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Perry Weeden Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Joseph Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Reynolds Clarke

Y
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Perry Clarke and Penelope Dodge




Husband Perry Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Perry Clarke
         Mother: Penelope Perry


       Marriage: September 15, 1837




Wife Penelope Dodge

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Perry Weeden Clarke and Ann Coon




Husband Perry Weeden Clarke

           Born: October 16, 1801 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Perry Clarke
         Mother: Patience York Peckham


       Marriage: 




Wife Ann Coon

           Born: 1802
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

Death Notes: Husband - Perry Weeden Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Wife - Ann Coon

Y
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Briggs Bassett Livermore and Phebe Selucia Clarke




Husband Briggs Bassett Livermore

           Born: February 19, 1815 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 7, 1880 - Independence, Allegany Co., Vermont
         Buried: 
       Marriage: June 5, 1858 - Andover, Allegany Co., New York




Wife Phebe Selucia Clarke

           Born: August 11, 1826 - Andover, Allegany Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 10, 1924
         Buried: 


         Father: Hazard Perry Clarke
         Mother: Phebe Whitford





Children
1 M Devillo Eugene Livermore

           Born: November 27, 1859 - Independence, Allegany Co., Vermont
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Louis Clarke Livermore

           Born: March 24, 1868 - Independence, Allegany Co., Vermont
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Child - Devillo Eugene Livermore

Y


Death Notes: Child - Louis Clarke Livermore

Y
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Nathaniel Colburn and Priscilla Clarke




Husband Nathaniel Colburn

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1691
         Buried: 
       Marriage: July 25, 1639 - Dedham, MA




Wife Priscilla Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1692
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Nathaniel Colburn

           Born:  - Dedham, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1727
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary Brooks
           Marr: November 19, 1669 - Dedham, MA




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Reynolds Clarke and Lucy Cook




Husband Reynolds Clarke

           Born: April 22, 1807 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Perry Clarke
         Mother: Patience York Peckham


       Marriage: 




Wife Lucy Cook

           Born: 1808
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

Death Notes: Husband - Reynolds Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Wife - Lucy Cook

Y
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Richard Clarke and Margaret Coffin




Husband Richard Clarke

           Born: July 8, 1790
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: May 15, 1815 - St Paul's Church




Wife Margaret Coffin

           Born: September 16, 1794
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Benjamin Coffin
         Mother: Catherine Sanderson



   Other Spouse: George C. Douglas



Children
1 F Catherine Clark

           Born: April 8, 1816 - Clarktown PEI
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M John Charles Clark

           Born: October 8, 1817
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 17, 1874 - Sawmill Farm Lot 37 PEI
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Matilda Mutch
           Marr: 1847



3 F Margaret Ann Clark

           Born: March 30, 1820
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 1, 1894
         Buried: 
         Spouse: David Douglas
           Marr: March 6, 1839



4 M Benjamin Theophilus Clark

           Born: December 19, 1821
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Clark



5 M Richard Elisha Clark

           Born: March 24, 1824
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M George Joseph Clark

           Born: March 18, 1827 - Clarktown PEI
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Margaret Mutch
           Marr: March 1, 1848



7 M Andrew Charles Clark

           Born: May 28, 1828
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 4, 1893
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Margaret Fergueson
           Marr: 1860



8 M Samuel Bismark Clark

           Born: May 4, 1830
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Matilda Jane Elizabeth Macpherson



9 F Eunice Jane Clark

           Born: March 16, 1833
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 6, 1914
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Jardine
           Marr: February 13, 1858 - Rev Henry Crawford



10 M Ewen Edmund Clark

           Born: May 11, 1835
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 11, 1896
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Marjery Robbins
         Spouse: Emilie Clark



11 F Hannah Mary Clark

           Born: December 12, 1837
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 6, 1901
         Buried: 
         Spouse: George Conrad Vickerson
           Marr: July 5, 1861 - Rev T Duncan



12 M Haviland Clark

           Born: May 13, 1840
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 19, 1908
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Smallwood




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Robert Clarke




Husband Robert Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John Clarke
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Henry Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Matilda Echingham




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Robert Clarke and Katherine Echingham




Husband Robert Clarke

           Born:  - Woodchurch, Kent, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry Clarke
         Mother: Matilda Echingham


       Marriage: 




Wife Katherine Echingham

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M William Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Benedicta Ashburnham




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Rouse Clarke and Lucy Reynolds




Husband Rouse Clarke

           Born: 1791 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Rouse Clarke
         Mother: Ruth Boss


       Marriage: 




Wife Lucy Reynolds

           Born: 1795
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 18, 1822
         Buried: 1822 - South Kingston, Washington Co., Rhode Island



Children
1 M Rouse R. Clarke

           Born: 1820 - South Kingston, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Husband - Rouse Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Rouse R. Clarke

Y
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Rouse R. Clarke




Husband Rouse R. Clarke

           Born: 1820 - South Kingston, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Rouse Clarke
         Mother: Lucy Reynolds


       Marriage: January 16, 1849 - South Kingston, Washington Co., Rhode Island




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

Death Notes: Husband - Rouse R. Clarke

Y
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Nehemiah Hayward and Ruth Clarke




Husband Nehemiah Hayward

           Born: July 10, 1670
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1756
         Buried: 


         Father: Nathaniel Hayward
         Mother: Elizabeth Corning


       Marriage:  - Marblehead, MA




Wife Ruth Clarke

           Born: 1674 - Massachusetts  Marblehead
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Matthew Clarke
         Mother: Abigail Maverick





Children
1 M Nehemiah Hayward

           Born: July 31, 1709 - Massachusetts  Beverly
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Deborah




General Notes: Child - Nehemiah Hayward

He came with his father to Reading, MA, where he was a surveyor of highways and hograver,
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Samuel B. Clarke and Tacy Maxson




Husband Samuel B. Clarke

           Born: February 16, 1787 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 18, 1850 - Andover, Allegany Co., New York
         Buried: 


         Father: Stephen Clarke
         Mother: Susannah Potter


       Marriage: 1808

Noted events in his life were:
1. Religion, Seventh-day Baptist




Wife Tacy Maxson

           Born: December 20, 1788
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Cordelia Clarke

           Born: June 14, 1809 - Bridgewater, Oneida Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 23, 1888 - Independence, Allegany Co., New York
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Jesse Heseltine
           Marr: January 11, 1827



2 M Stephen S. Clarke

           Born: May 30, 1811
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Azubah Woodcock
           Marr: December 30, 1834



3 F Eliza Clarke

           Born: September 16, 1813
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M Decatur Maxson Clarke

           Born: December 11, 1816 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 16, 1889 - Andover, Allegany Co., New York
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Maria A. Greene
           Marr: March 11, 1841
         Spouse: Helen Payne
           Marr: January 10, 1866
         Spouse: Mary Lucinda Clarke
           Marr: April 3, 1845
         Spouse: Jane Sherman
           Marr: May 4, 1851



5 F Lucy W. Clarke

           Born: June 20, 1818 - Little Genesee, Allegany Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 26, 1864 - Little Genesee, Allegany Co., New York
         Buried: 1864 - Little Genesee, Allegany Co., New York
         Spouse: Samuel Wells
           Marr: October 1, 1840



6 F Caroline Clarke

           Born: January 3, 1822 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 21, 1912
         Buried: 
         Spouse: William Bliven Greene
           Marr: October 15, 1853 - Andover, Allegany Co., New York



7 M Jeremiah Clarke

           Born: April 11, 1825
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Katherine Crandall



8 F Emily Clarke

           Born: April 3, 1827
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 18, 1916
         Buried: 1916 - Little Genesee, Allegany Co., New York
         Spouse: Samuel Wells
           Marr: September 6, 1866




Death Notes: Wife - Tacy Maxson

Y


Death Notes: Child - Stephen S. Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Eliza Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Jeremiah Clarke

Y
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John Delong and Sarah Clarke




Husband John Delong 10 12 13

           Born: 1760 - Albany, New York, USA 13 24
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1804 - Hampstead, Queens, New Brunswick, Canada 24
         Buried: 


         Father: Conrad Delong 10 24 25 26 27
         Mother: Catherine Freelig 27


       Marriage: November 1, 1784

Noted events in his life were:
1. Alt. Death 24, Hampstead, Queens, New Brunswick, Canada

2. Residence 12 13, Canada

3. Alt. Birth, 1760

4. Alt. Birth 24, Albany, New York, USA, 1760

5. Alt. Birth 24, Albany, New York, USA, 1760

6. Alt. Birth 24, Albany, New York, USA, 1760

7. Arrival 13, Age: 22/, 1783

8. Alt. Death 24, Hampstead, Queens, New Brunswick, Canada, 1804




Wife Sarah Clarke 10

           Born: 1761 - Johnson, Indiana, United States
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 4, 1858 - Hampstead, Queens Co., N.B. 11
         Buried:  - Hampstead, Queens Co. NB


         Father: Moses Clarke
         Mother: Mary Clarke





Children
1 F Lydia Delong

           Born: 1783 - Hampstead, Queens Co. NB
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 28, 1888 - Hampstead, Queens Co. NB
         Buried:  - Upper Fosterville Cemetery, York Co., NB
         Spouse: James Maxan 28
           Marr: January 31, 1828 - Gagetown, NB



2 F Hannah Delong

           Born: 1783
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Mary Delong 29

           Born: 1783 - Melesey, Surrey, England 29
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 22, 1878
         Buried:  - Palmer Family Cemetery, Central Hampstead, NB



4 M Charles M. Delong

           Born: 1790
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 25, 1860
         Buried: 



5 F Eliza Delong

           Born: 1791
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M Moses Delong 30 31 32 33

            AKA: Moses Delong Sr. 24
           Born: 1791 - Long Island, Hampstead, Queens Co., NB 30 31 32 33 34
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 13, 1873 - Wilmot Parish, Carleton County, NB 33
         Buried: 



7 M George M. Delong 10 35

           Born: January 16, 1793 - Hampstead, 1653971, New Brunswick, Canada 35
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 1886
         Buried: 



8 M Henry A. Delong 36 37 38

           Born: 1795 - Long Reach, Hampstead, Queens Co., NB 36 37 38 39
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 29, 1873 - Age At Death: 78/ 36 40
         Buried:  - Narrows Burial Ground, Cambridge Narrows, Queens Co., NB 36



9 M John Delong Jr. 10 36

            AKA: John Delong Jr. 41
           Born: February 11, 1796 - Gagetown, NB 36 41
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 17, 1892 - Age At Death: 95/Grandson, Vaud, Switzerland 36 41
         Buried:  - Bloomfield, New Brunswick, Canada 36
         Spouse: Catherine Ann Maxan 4 10 41
           Marr: January 4, 1816 - Gagetown, Queens Co., NB



10 M Nathanial Delong

           Born: 1802 - Hampstead, Queens Co. NB
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 13, 1908 - Grafton, Carleton Co., NB
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John Delong

Raised in the early Spring of 1777 by wealthy Beverley Robinson, the
LOYAL AMERICAN REGIMENT consisted almost entirely of New York loyalists from lower Duchess and Westchester Counties. Robinson
managed sixty thousand acres and 146 tenant farms in Dutchess County. Not surprisingly, his own tenants (and relatives) accounted for a large
percentage of the soldiers and officers of the regiment.
Click for a detailed sketch of Robinson & his signature

Robinson, a childhood friend of George Washington, was one of the wealthiest men in the New York colony and like any good leader, he playedthe game of politics well by eventually gaining access to British
Commander-in-Chief Sir Henry Clinton. Robinson quickly became Clinton's friend and trusted advisor.
"Once more unto the breach!" (from Henry V)
Robinson's men were quick to distinguish themselves. The LOYAL AMERICAN REGIMENT participated in the storming of Forts Montgomery and Clinton in the fall of 1777. First to enter Fort Montgomery was Captain George
Turnbull of the LOYAL AMERICAN REGIMENT. Turnbull took command of Major Grant's company of New York Volunteers when Grant himself was killed before the attack on the fort commenced. Sir Henry Clinton subsequently made Turnbull Lieutenant-Colonel of the New York Volunteers
1

The LAR was garrisoned variously at Kingsbridge (near present-day West 230th Street and Marble Hill Avenue) and Bloomingdale (close to present-day Columbia University) on Manhattan Island as well as a stint
on Long Island at Flushing NY (referred to as Flushing Fly in LAR muster rolls and various Loyalist orderly books).

Click for Lossing's 1840's sketch of Kingsbridge

Men from the regiment were frequently detached to serve with other regiments -- usually for light infantry warfare. There are three distinct examples of note:

In 1777, Captain Joshua Barnes and his company of the LAR were detached as marksmen to Emmerick's Chasseurs under the command of Andreas Emmerick and were present at Fort Montgomery in 1777. "Certain light infantry troops were known as Jagers in the German army and as chasseurs in the French and British army. Even the Germans, however, used the term chasseurs for those Jagers who were part of a regiment, as opposedto
those who were in Von Wurmb's Jager Corps." (Boatner, Encyclopedia of the American Revolution)

In 1779, British Captain Patrick Ferguson took in members of the LAR to serve as rangers and riflemen on his ill-fated expedition to South Carolina -- an expedition which ended in disaster at King's Mountain.

Lieutenant Anthony Allaire2 of the LAR was at King's Mountain and kept a diary which became an important record of the British prospective of the battle. Allaire was taken prisoner by the rebels and treatedreasonably well although he disliked a congregation of Presbyterians who forced him to listen to one of their sermons. "Horse thieves all,"wrote Allaire.3

Finally, Captain Morris (son of Beverley) Robinson's company was detached to the corps known as the Provincial Light Infantry under British Lt. Col. John W. Watson of the Brigade of Foot Guards. It is interesting to note LAR
influence. Thomas Barclay, the Major for the LAR, served as the Majorof the Provincial Light Infantry.

Political Intrigue

Besides commanding his regiment, Colonel Beverley Robinson was also deeply involved in the treason of Benedict Arnold. Sometime in 1779, Robinson wrote the following in a letter to Arnold which urged him to
help England end the war:

"It is necessary that a decisive advantage should put Britain in a condition to dictate the terms of reconciliation . . .
There is no one but General Arnold who can surmount obstacles so great as these. A man of so much courage will never despair of the republic, even when every door to a reconciliation seems sealed. Render, then,
brave General, this important service to your country . . . Let us put an end to so many calamities. You and ourselves have the same origin, the same
language, the same laws . . . Beware, then, of breaking forever the links and ties of a friendship whose benefits are proven . . . United in equality, we will rule the universe, we will hold it bound, not by arms and violence
but by the ties of commerce -- the lightest and most gentle bonds that human kind can wear."4

Exile

When the war ended in defeat for the Crown, loyalists were forced to leave America. As part of the mass exodus to Canada, the LOYAL AMERICAN REGIMENT left New York City5 in the transport ships Ann
and Apollo and headed to Fredericton, New Brunswick where they received a land grant known as Block 12. Once there, the men of the regiment
started their lives over. Some stayed. Some moved on to other parts of Canada.

The upheaval in their lives certainly didn't go unnoticed. In later years, Major Thomas Barclay of the LOYAL AMERICAN REGIMENT wrote of his former American neighbours6:

"I find that those who were termed Royalists or Loyalists, in addition to their attachment to their king and country, preserve their principles of honor and integrity, of openness and sincerity, which markedthe American previous to the year 1773; while those who have sold their king for a Republican Government, have adopted all the frivolity, intrigue, and insincerity of the French, and in relinquishing their allegiance, resigned at the same time, almost universally, religion andmorality."7

A harsh, but revealing statement of loyalist mind set.

ACTIONS (many of these in detachment strength):

Ft. Montgomery & Ft. Clinton NY (6 Oct. 1777) Map
Horse Neck, Conn. (25 Feb. 1779)
Stony Point NY (16 July 1779) Map
Paramus NJ (April 1780)
Monk's Corner SC under Ferguson (1780)
King's Mountain SC under Ferguson (7 October 1780)
Virginia Campaign under Benedict Arnold (Spring 1781)
Pleasant Valley NJ under Skinner (1781)
New London, Conn. Raid under Arnold (6 Sept. 1781)
Eutaw Springs SC (Sept. 1781)

THE RECREATED REGIMENT

Under the able command of Captain Drew Smith, the LOYAL AMERICAN REGIMENT (Light Company/Marksmen) strives to portray soldiers who are proficient with the manual of arms but are also able to adapt to any fighting
condition, whether in the field or in the woods, with lightning speedand agility. The Advanced Guard: Its purpose & practice

We portray the LAR as we believe they would have looked in the early war (1777-1779) with a particular emphasis on Captain Barnes' company when they were detached as marksmen to Emmerick's Chasseurs.
Our shortened green coats are faced red8 (the regiment seems to havedefinitely changed over to red coats by early 1780). As opposed to
blindly imitating what official sources state was issued (or ordered), we have made a conscious decision that our clothing and accoutrements will reflect realistic modifications made while in the field as well as the use of occasional captured equipment.

Light infantry tactics are used and, therefore, a degree of physical exertion is inevitable. Frankly, we run around a lot -- something to keep in mind. Also, you'll have to endure the comments of friends who think
you are completely insane because you wear a wool uniform in the middle of summer heat waves.

As a member, you can make your own clothing and accoutrements if you wish but you will have to pass inspection by the commander.
A brief look at gaitered-trousers/ trousers & cut-down coats.

With regimental headquarters in Borden town NJ, the LOYAL AMERICAN REGIMENT (Light Company/Marksmen) has a membership throughout the Mid-Atlantic area. We heartily invite you to take the King's shilling!
If you are interested in joining the LOYAL AMERICAN REGIMENT, pleasestep into the recruiting tent and contact us for more information.

The Loyal American Regiment is a proud member of
The British Brigade, an umbrella organization which
soldiers and their families who served their country
while fighting and dying for their beliefs and loyalties
during the American War of Independence.

FOOTNOTES & SUCH

1. From Gaine's Weekly Mercury, October 11, 1777.

2. From DeLancey's Orderly Book 1776-1778, pages 58-59:
"Lieutenant Anthony Allaire, Loyal American Regiment of Provincials, tried by the General Court Martial for taking and detaining a sword belonging to
the late Lieutenant Campbell of the 52nd Regiment and for suffering himself to be ill-treated by Mr. Hunt as afterwards by Adjutant Cunningham of said
regiment, the court, having considered the evidence the prisoner Lieutenant Allaire, is of opinion he is not guilty of anything in taking the sword of
Lieutenant Colonel Campbell that can impeach his character and do therefore acquit him with honor of any blame on that account, and think also that his
youth and inexperience in the service are sufficient reasons for his being cleared of censure on account of his disputes with Hunt and Cunningham and do therefore acquit him of the same . . ."

3. From "Loyalist Anthony Allaire" by Ruth Scott. Officers Quarterly,Summer 1997, page 8.
This is a publication of the York-Sunbury Historical Society of
Fredericton NB.

4. From Benedict Arnold: Patriot and Traitor by Willard Sterne Randall, page 500-501.

5. Lieutenant John Ward of the LOYAL AMERICAN REGIMENT commanded the last detachment of Loyalist troops to leave New York City when the British handed it back to Washington's forces. From The Loyalists of New Brunswick by Esther Clark Wright, page 87. Ward also wrote of the wretched conditions the loyalists faced when they reached Canada.

6. This is the correct spelling: Neighbour. Don't be fooled by Yankeealterations to the King's English.

7. From Lorenzo Sabine's Loyalists of the American Revolution, Volume1, P. 207.

8. Our decision to use green coats faced red is based on information in a 1780 drawing by an officer of the British 63rd Regiment of Foot. Present at Stony Point in 1779, Lieutenant William Marshall was the acting Engineer of Defences when he was captured by the Americans on July 16, 1779. While interned at Lancaster PA in 1780, he drew a map ofthe action at Stony Point where he recognized the LOYAL AMERICAN REGIMENT as having green coats faced red. The original of this map is to be found at the PA Historical. Society. We feel very confident that someone who was actually there -- an important officer whose job involved precise observation and attention to detail -- would be able to correctly discern the colors of the regimental coats in his fort. Enoughsaid.

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Many, many thanks to Tom Briggs & Drew Smith who contribute greatly to this site.
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January 23, 1999
LOYALIST MUSTER ROLL
American Revolutionary War
Muster Roll of Major Barclay's Company in the Loyal American Regimentcommanded by
Colonel Beverly
Robinson, Guanus, May 11, 1782

NOTE: This muster roll has been graciously donated by Al Steinburg. You may write to him at Steinburg@cybertap.com. The handwriting on this muster roll was particularly challenging. If you have a question onone of the
men, feel free to write me at
Der@redrose.net

Rank
Names
Reason Absent
Major Captain
Thomas Barclay

Lieutenant
John Robinson

Ensign
-?- Martin
Prisoner on parole
Sergeant
George B. Rodney

Sergeant
Cornelius Hay

Corporal
David Dopp
In General Hospital
(Died June 6, 1782)
Corporal
Charles Marten
Absent without leave
Drummer
Jeremiah Travis

Private
Philip Bright

Private
William Rowall
Absent without leave
Private
John Gigg

Private
Cornellius Steinberg

Private
William Baker

Private
John LeRoy

Private
William Jewell

Private
Art Medish

Private
John Delong

Private
Patrick Mullin

Private
Aaron Delong

Private
Ahasuerus Terwilliger

Private
William Wright

Private
Simon Delong
Maj. Barclay's Agent
Private
Kennet McKenzie

Private
Nathaniel Chambers

Private
John Armstrong

Private
Frederick Carter

Private
William Rogers

Private
Bartholomew (Nadon)?
Confinement with Rebels
Private
Peter (Frair)?
Confinement with Rebels
Private
Peter Weaver
Confinement with Rebels
Private
Frederick Acker
Confinement with Rebels
Private
Martin Stover
Confinement with Rebels
Private
Abraham Potts
Confinement with Rebels
Private
James Lapslie
Confinement with Rebels
Private
Nathan Cole
Confinement with Rebels

SOURCE: National Library of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Film Numbers: CC-4218
and C-4219.

For more Loyalist Muster Rolls, be sure to check out The Olive Tree Genealogy Home page by Lorine McGinnis Schulze.

Loyal American Regiment
Barclay's Company Muster Roll of Major BARCLAY?s Company in the Loyal American Regiment Flushing January 20th 1783.

Major Thomas BARCLAY
Lieutenant John ROBINSON
Ensign Thomas MARTIN Prisoner on Parole
Sgt George B. RODNEY
Sgt Cornelius WAY
Cpl Charles MARTIN
Cpl Richard HEATH Promoted 1 Novr. 1782
Cpl Abraham BREWER do 25 Decr. 1782
Drummer Jeremiah TRAVIS
Philip BRIGHT
John GIGGY
Nathan WARREN
Art MEDICK On Guard
William BAKER
Cornelius STEINSBERG
William JEWELL
Nathaniel HARTHORNE Transferred to Capt. Wm. FOWLER?s Coy.
David GUSTIN
Ahaseurus TERWILLIGER
Patrick MULLIN
Aaron DELONG
John ARMSTRONG
Nathaniel CHAMBERS
James CARLISLE
Joel SMITH
William WRIGHT
John DELONG Absent with leave
Simon DELONG
Kennet McKENZIE Sick in Quarters
Frederick CARTER do
William ROGERS Absent with leave
Patrick ROBINSON In Genl. Hospital
Bartholomew NOXON Prisoner
Patrick FRAIR do
Peter WEAVER do
Abraham POTTS do
Frederick ACKER do
Martin STOVER do
Nathan COLE do
James LAPSLIE do

National Archives of Canada, RG 8, ?C? Series, Volume 1870, Page 3.
The On-Line Institute for Advanced Loyalist Studies
This page created and maintained by Nan Cole and Todd Braisted
Updated 2/01/01

Provincial Regiments
The Loyal American Regiments
This corps was raised almost entirely by the efforts of Colonel Beverley Robinson, a wealthy citizen of Duchess County on the Hudson river. Its officers and men were nearly all natives of the Province of NewYork. A few
months after its organization the regiment took part in the expedition of Sir Henry Clinton against Forts Clinton and Montgomery. With little more than raw recruits, formed a part of the column that stormed and captured Fort
Montgomery. After their return to New York they formed part of the garrison there.

They took part in the campaign in Pennsylvania and assisted in the capture of Stoney Point on the Hudson River May 30th, 1779. Afterwards they were engaged in the campaign in the south under Lord Cornwallis. They
suffered very heavily at the disastrous battle of King's Mountain where a band of the loyalist troops, out numbered by their enemies and surrounded on all sides, were obliged to surrender.

Col. Robinson had, as his Lieutenant Colonel, his son Beverly Robinson and others of his sons were officers in the kings service in one or other of the provincial corps. Thomas Barclay was major and Rev. John Beardsley
rector of Poughkeepsie on the Hudson was chaplain. At the close of the war part of the Loyal American Regiment went to Nova Scotia and theremainder
settled on the St. John river.

Col. Beverley Robinson died in England. His son, Lieut Col. Robinson at the peace went with other loyalists to Shelburne but afterwards removed to New Brunswick and settled at Nashwaaksis in the parish of Douglas where his descendants still reside. Many of the officers and menof this corps who settled in the province made their influence felt in their respective communities. Rev. John Beardsley was rector of Maugerville. He was the ancestor of the Beardsley s of Woodstock. Dr. Peter Huggeford, a
surgeon of the corps, was in early days a leading physician at St. John. Captain Christopher Hatch was a magistrate and colonel of militiaat St. Andrews where he died in 1819 aged 75 years. Capt. Lemuel Wilmot,
grandfather of the late Lieutenant Governor L. A. Wilmot, settled near Fredericton. Lieut. Anthony Allaire settled at Douglas, York
County, where he died in 1839 aged 84 years; his diary which he kept during the southern campaign has been lately published by Dr. Lyman Draper in
his book on "King's Mountain and its heroes."

Lieut. John Ward was a prominent St. John merchant an active and useful citizen; he was interested in steam boating, and one of the first boats that ran between Fredericton and Woodstock was named after him; he died in St.
John in 1846 in his 93rd year, the oldest Hal pay officer in New Brunswick. Captain William Baillie died near Fredericton in 1832 aged 97 years. The great age attained by many of these half pay officers is very remarkable.
The Loyalist Regiments Leave New York

The number of Loyalists who left the United States at the close of the American Revolution has been variously estimated. Judge Thomas Jones, the Loyalist historian, says that Sir Guy Carleton sent away from New York
100,000 persons; perhaps 70,000 would be nearer the mark. But be thenumber less or more, the British commander-in-chief was obliged to put forth his utmost exertions to provide for the establishment of theLoyalists in their new homes in the various parts of the world whither they desired to go. And busily engaged as he was the summer days of 1783 sped all too quickly, both for Sir Guy and, as the events proved, for the Loyalists as well. Refugees made their way from all partsof the old colonies to
New York where they embarked for all parts of the world -- some going to England, Scotland and Ireland, some to Canada, some to Nova Scotia and
Cape Breton, some to Newfoundland and the Island of St. John's (now Prince Edward Island).

Those who had independent means formed companies and hired vessels for themselves; those impoverished by the event of the war were sent in fleets of transport ships to their several destinations by the British government.
By the close of the summer the great majority of the loyal exiles had sailed from New York to their future homes.

Meanwhile the Provincial Regiments still remained. Sir Guy Carleton had been exceedingly anxious to hasten their departure, but the late arrival of the King's instructions relative to their disbandment, and the scarcity of
transports rendered delay in avoidable. As already mentioned, Amos Botsford and his associates, and a little later Col. Edward Winslow,
Muster-Master-General of the Provincial forces, had been sent to explore the St. John river with a view to the settlement of the loyal regiments in that locality. Gen. Fox, commander of the forces at Halifax,personally visited
the St. John river accompanied by Col. Winslow as his private secretary, and it is probable that upon their recommendation and that of Surveyor General Charles Morris, the general locations were assigned to the loyal corps.

The King's American Dragoons had arrived at St. John before the closeof the summer, and General Fox at once sent them to the tract of land allotted them in the parish of Prince William. This action was commended by Sir
Guy Carleton, who wrote, "It was well judged to send the King's American Dragoons to the lands allotted to them as they will find great advantage in being placed on them so early in the season." In SeptemberGeneral Fox visited the settlement founded by this corps, and issued the following order for its disbandment:

John was granted 13 acres at No 51 Long Island, Hampstead, Queens Co., NB
on 7/14/1786- Volume 1 No 61- Crown Land Grant- Index 1988 (copy on file)[

"The Loyalists and Their First New Brunswick Winter""
The first winter in New Brunswick was long remembered by the loyalists. Those who came early in the season were able to build log houses which, though rude structures in comparison with former dwellings, enabled them to pass the cold weather with comfort. But the later arrivals were not so fortunate. When they arrived they found that scarcely any preparations had been made for their reception. At Parrtown, Portland and Carleton every habitation was crowded, and up the river S. John the houses of the old inhabitants at Gagetown, Sheffield and Maugerville were in many cases filled to overflowing with as many of the loyalists as could find accommodation.

During the month of October many of the disbanded soldiers pushed their way up the Saint John transporting their few possessions in boats provided by government. But the season was cold and wet and the hardships and exposure very great.

Mrs. Mary Bradley in her curious old autobiography describes the effect produced in her mind by the arrival of the loyalists. She was living at the time in the lower part of the township of Maugerville, now known as Sheffield. "My heart," she says, "was filled with pity and affection when I saw them in a strange land without house or home, and many of them were sick and helpless. I often looked at them when they passed by in boats in rainy weather and wished for them to call and refresh themselves and was glad when they did so." She adds that during the winter one of the loyalist families occupied a part of her father'shouse.

Colonel Richard Hewlett seeing the impossibility of disbanding the loyalist corps at their several locations, as originally intended by SirGuy Carleton, was compelled to disband them at St. John, urging them at the same time to make the best provision they could for the approaching winter. The more adventurous spirits pressed on up the river, some finding shelter in the houses of the old settlers, while others took possession of the abandoned French settlements at Grimross and St. Anne's Point, where they set about building huts and repairing the ruined dwellings of the Acadians, but before they had made much progress the snow was on the ground and the winter frost in the air. They then endured the greatest hardships, their situation being at times rendered well nigh desperate in consequence of the non arrival of supplies expected up the river before the close of navigation. Frequently the stout hearted fathers and sons of the little colony at St. Anne's had tojourney from fifty to a hundred miles with toboggans through wild woods or on the ice to procure a precarious supply of food for their famishing families. Women, delicately reared, cared for their children beneath canvas tents rendered habitable only by the banks of snow which lay six feet deep in the open spaces of the forest, and as one said whohad as a child passed through the terrible experience of that first winter: "There were times when strong proud men wept like children and lay down in their snow bound tents to die.

A few of the pioneer settlers doubtless found shelter among the French Acadians of whom there were then several families living near Springhill, others may have passed the winter at Prince William where the disbanded men of the King's American Dragoons had been sent sufficiently early to finish their log cabins and provisions for passing the winter in comfort. It has commonly been supposed that a party of de Lancey's men under the leadership of Lieut.

Benjamin P. Griffith arrived at Woodstock before the close of the year 1783, but in the absence of any positive evidence on the point thisappears improbable. True, it is barely possible that by prompt and decisive action a party of men might have gathered the necessary supplies and pushed up the river nearly 150 miles before the close of navigation, and then have contrived in some way to exist through the winter,but the undertaking seems such a rash and even perilous one, that thewriter is disposed to think it was not until the spring of 1784 that the actual settlement of Woodstock began.

Very many men from all the loyal American regiments spent their firstwinter at St. John. Some of them drew town lots there and became permanent residents, others removed to their lands up the river the following year. For lack of other accommodation many were forced to live in bark camps and even under canvas tents pitched upon what is now known as the barrack square. These tents were trenched around and covered with spruce brought in the ship's boats from Partridge Island but even then they were a pitiful protection against the biting cold of a New Brunswick winter. Still it was wonderful what the brave hearted foundersof this province endured. The late Hon. John Ward, who died at St. John, Jan. 2nd, 1875, at the advanced age of 92 years, was born in a canvas tent on the barrack square Dec. 18th 1783.

In his little work on New Brunswick history, published in the year 1825, Mr. Peter Fisher (father of ex-Mayor Fisher of Woodstock) speaks of the tribulations endured by the pioneer settlers in the words following, "The privations and sufferings of these people almost exceed belief. The want of food and clothing in a wild, cold country, was not easily dispensed with or soon remedied. Frequently in the piercing cold of winter a part of the family had to remain up during the night to keep fire in their huts to prevent the other part from freezing. Some very destitute families made use of boards to supply the want of bedding; the father or some of the elder children remaining up by turns, andwarming two suitable pieces of boards, which they applied alternatelyto the smaller children to keep warm; with many similar expedients. .. . I have received the above facts with many other expedients, whichwere at that time adopted by the settlers, from persons of undoubted veracity, and who had been eye witness of what they related." Quite a number of officers and men of De Lancey's first and second battalions drew lots in Parrtown, and amongst them were Major Joseph Green, Captain Jacob Smith, Captain Thomas French, Surgeon Nathan Smith, Quarter Master George Everett, Lieut. Benjamin Lester, Ensigns Nicholas E. Old,Ralph Smith, Geo. Brewerton and Henry Ferguson; Sergeants David Newman, Daniel McSherfry, Patrick McNamara, Thomas Fowler and Edward Neil; Corporals Richard Rogers, Thomas Stanley, Jonas Highby; Privates JamesCraig, Daniel Cummings, Lawrence McDonald. Most of their lots were side by side extending along the south side of Britain street from Wentworth street eastward to Canterbury bay and also including adjoining lots on Broad street where the "Old Ladies Home" now stands.

Early in the year 1784 pioneer settlers of Woodstock proceeded to theplace allotted them for settlement. The leader of the party was Lieut. Benjamin P. Griffith -- afterwards Colonel Griffith of the York county militia. He was born in the then province of New York, July 4th, 1754, and the fact that he received a commission as lieutenant in Lt. Col. Stephen de Lancey's company of de Lancey's brigade, when about twenty-three years of age, shows him to have been a young man of spirit and decision. One of the first engagements in which his company saw active service was in repelling an attack made by the Americans on King'sBridge at the head of Manhattan Island, August 22, 1777, where the 2nd de Lancey battalion was then stationed. The "rebels" were beaten off, but the youthful rashness of Lieutenant Griffith led to his being captured by the enemy. He soon after effected his escape or was exchanged and served gallantly through the war including the southern campaign, to which reference has already been made. At the peace in 1783 he came with his company to St. John. Lt. Col. de Lancey who commanded thecompany did not come to the province, having received the appointmentof chief justice of the Bahamas, and governor of Tobago. Lieut. Griffith's influence with his men is seen in the fact that a larger number of his company were grantees at Woodstock than any other company in the brigade, and more of them became actual settlers.

Doubtless the pioneer party found it a difficult task to propel theirheavily laden boat against the strong current of the upper St. John, the navigation of which was then more difficult than now. The Meducticrapids were a much more serious hindrance to navigation than now owing to the occurrence of dangerous rocks in the channel. During the ensuing summer the grant for the de Lancey battalions was surveyed and the lots for the officers and men were drawn in the usual manner, afterwhich the grant was recorded at Halifax.

W. O. Raymond

Scrapbook Index
See follwing website for advertisement for Regiment:

http://www.historywiz.com/galleries/loyalamericanregiment.htm

[See following for notes from Sarah DeLong at NB Archives Website :

http://archives.gnb.ca/APPS/GovRecs/OldSoldiers/OS-e.aspx?PageLoad=Ima ges&ImgID=46&FName=Delong(Dulong)&Soldier=John&Widow=Sarah

3rd Btl'n Militia

General Muster Roll for June 18, 1777

Field Officers
Colonel Michael Bobst
Lt Col Michael Teibert
Maj Philip Benninghoff
Adjutant Frederick Schleich

Sixth Company: Class 5th: John Anthony; George Breisch; John Delong; Peter Gifft; Conrad Hollenbach; Martin Probst; Jacob Sechler; Daniel Stambach

Muster Roll of Major BARCLAYís Company in the Loyal American Regiment Flushing January 20th 1783.

John DELONG - Absent with leave


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Clarke

From New Brunswick Probate Records 1785-1835 by R. Wallace Hale page 81-82

Mary Clarke- Parish of Hampstead, Queens Co. , widow of Moses Clarke Sr. will dated June 4,1805

Son Aaron Clarke 5 shillings, Residue of estate to daughters Hannah Kimble, residing in the United States, Esther Price of Kings County andSarah DeLong of Queens County. Marcus Palmer and Stephen Smith, both of the Parish of Hampstead, executors. Witnesses : (Gregore ) Clarke, Lydia Clarke, Alexander Kevand.

On June 14,1810 Marcus Palmer and Stephen Smith appeared before the Surrogate for Queens County and declined acting as executors "as the(sic) cannot discover any property that the deceased has left to make theproviding of the will necessary. "

Note: Her name can be found in the Kings, NB War Pension List(PANB) Age 75 in 1845-a widow) and in the will of her father Moses Clarke(PANB) Sarah was living with the John Davis Family in her final years- hewas her son in law.


General Notes: Child - Lydia Delong

From : > "B Gregg" <genesites@hotmail.com> show her death date as February 26,1885(according to Family Bible


General Notes: Child - Mary Delong

this Mary may have married A John Davis (Fr settlers OF THE Beekman Patent"

From NB Vital Stats Vol 20 No 476:
Died at Richmond (Carleton County) Tuesday 5th inst. at age 57- Catherine wife of Hugh Davis and daughter of John DeLong - She joined Free Christian Baptist Church at Hampstead( Queens Co,), left husband, fourchildren. Funeral Thursday 7th inst. at residence of her husband.
reported May 15,1857 RI


General Notes: Child - Charles M. Delong

1851 Census for Kings Co Vol II R 312 9715 Parish of Studholm showed
the following: a
Chales M DeLong husband 61 years old- a farmer born about 1790t
Alchy wife 49 ""
Alnathan son 11
William H son 9
Charles A son 7
Caroline Keirstead lodger 18 a spinster
Shows family as member of FC Baptist Church
A Charles DeLong)Studholm) a member of FC Baptist Church for number of years died December 25,1860
From NB Vital Stats Vol 19 and 111


General Notes: Child - Moses Delong

Moses lived in Charlotte Co,NB then to Washington Co, Maine then to Monticello Maine and then to Carleton Co, 1820 Maine Census Trescott Twp, Washington, Co, Maine: Shown is Moses DeLong and wife in age
bracket 26-46, 1 son under 10 years, 1 son 10-16 years, and 1 daughter under 10 years. Also 4 people under "foreigners. Son listed as 10-16 years was only about 3 years old. Also listed Trescott Twp. , is John DeLong. who could well be a brother to Moses Sr.
Note :May 7,2006- I have a hard copy on filr of this (Wayne DeLong)

In 1825 Moses was involved in land sale in charlotte County,NB. Also known to have been chased off land as a squatter at or near Oak Bay, Charlotte Co,NB- was this same land ???. Charlotte Co. is just across boarder from Washington County, Maine.(see 1820 Census above) Western boundary of Washington County, Maine is North-South line from Cherryfield, Maine to a point just east of Wytopitlock, Maine- both on today'shighway No 1.
In 1841 Moses was living in Monticello,Maine when son John W was bornon December 27,1841. It is quite likely that Moses remained in Monticello until at least 1858

1840 United States Federal Census Record- Only DeLong showing in Maine in 1840 Census
Name: Moses Delong
Township: Monticello
County: Aroostook
State: Maine
Number of persons in household:

Ages of persons in household:

Occupation information :

Name: Moses Delong
Residence: Aroostook, Maine
Age: 53 years
Estimated birth year: 1797
Birth place: New Brunswick
Gender: Male
Race or color (on document):
Race or color (expanded):
Death month:
Death date:
Film number: 9718
Image number: 00173
Reference number: 38
Dwelling: 25
Household id: 25
Marital status:
Free or slave:
Collection: 1850 United States Census

View Image
CENSUS Year: 1850 STATE: ME COUNTY: Aroostook DIVISION: Monticello REE
REFERENCE: Enumerated the 31st of Aug 1850 by John F.H. Hall (p.183)
38 25 25 Delong Moses 53 M Farmer 200(value of prty) born- Province of N.B.
39 25 25 Delong Rachel S. 29 F Province of N.B. X
40 25 25 Delong John 9 M Monticello, Me.
41 25 25 Delong Abagail 6 F Province of N.B.
42 25 25 Delong Louise B. 2 F born in Monticello
Hard Copy on file May 6,2006

1861 Simonds, New Brunswick Census shows following:
Moses DeLong 68 born in NB
Rachel S wife 40 born in N.S.
John W son 19 born in Maine
Louis(or Louise) Daughter - 13 born in Maine
Richard son 10 born in Maine
Emeline Daughter 8 born in Maine
James son 6 born in Maine
Joanne daughter 3 born in NB
Elizabeth daughter 2 months born in NB

1871 Census Wilmot parish Page 303
180 185 DELONG Moses M 80 NB WMeth German farmer M
Rachel F 50 " " " M
Richard M 18 " " " farmer
James M 14 " " "
Hannah F 9 " " "
Anna F 7 " "

Source Information: 1880 Census
Census Place Monticello, Aroostook, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254477
NA Film Number T9-0477
Page Number 463B
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Rachel DELONG Self W Female W 53 NB Keeping House --- ---
Hannah E. DELONG Dau S Female W 18 ME At Home --- ---
Anna R. DELONG Dau S Female W 16 ME At Home --- ---

Moses is buried in an unmarked grave on the family farm that he had squatted on for many years His descendant, Ruby DeLong received a original land grant of part of the property in 1939. When Moses Sr died in1873 his widow Rachel left for the wilds of Dakota territory with theremaining children.. John stayed in Maine. . Years later John said hebelieved he was the only
remaining one of the family left, as the others in North Dakota had been wiped out in an Indian massacre.

References : Notes of William Tufts Sr, various census's ; Chester N.S. records, John Baldwin of Cleveland, Ohio ; Richard DeLong of Minneapolis,MN; Maine census 1820 and 1840.

May 8,1816 a Moses Brown married a Mrs Betsy Brown at Gagetown "both of Waterborough". Moses was over 21 years old yet marriage was "by consent of parents". Was Betsey still a minor ? Or was consent required as she was previously married ? Married by Rev Samuel R. Clarke and
witnessed by ...... DeVeber and David Ebbett.


General Notes: Child - George M. Delong

1861 New Brunswick Census for Wickham shows following:
George DeLong - age 55 Farmer
Jane wife age 54
George son age 25- farm laborer
Florah D.I.L. age 20
All were listed as Baptist religion and born in NB

1871 shows Family 77-84 Wickham Parish, Queens Co., NB
George DeLong- M 62 NB FC Baptist/Dutch/ Farmer
Jane DeLong F 62 Ireland/FC Baptist/Irish
Moses W. Male 14 Ireland/FC Baptist/Dutch
This Moses appears to be George & Flora's son

Source Information: 1881
Census Place Wickham, Queens, New Brunswick
Family History Library Film 1375817
NA Film Number C-13181
District 28
Sub-district D
Page Number 33
Household Number 151
John DELONG Male Irish 20 New Brunswick School TeacherF C Baptist
Flora DELONG W Female Irish 40 New Brunswick F C Baptist
Annie DELONG Female Irish 17 New Brunswick F C Baptist
George DELONG M Male Dutch 77 New Brunswick Not Given FC Baptist
Jane DELONG M Female Irish 80 New Brunswick F C Baptist
Lillie CAMERON Female Scottish 9 New Brunswick F C Baptist
John DALLAS Male Irish 19 New Brunswick Servant F C Baptist

Government RecordsRS141 Vital Statistics
Index to Late Registration of Births
Child DELONG, GEORGE WASHINGTON
Sex M
Date of Birth 1893 | 01 | 16 (Y-M-D)
Place WILMOT
County CARLETON
Father DELONG, CHARLES
Mother KETCH, DRUCILLA
Code 1893-D-29
Microfilm F18783


General Notes: Child - Henry A. Delong

Another possible date of birth for Henry is March 1,1817 died 1863

Belive he married Sarah Carman 2nd marriage and a Jane Campbell 3rd marriage(this from "The Settlers of Beekman Patent"
Henry A DeLong had a farm at Bull Moose Hill, Springfield area,Kings Co,NB- It is called Lot 1 Range 3 of Springfield Parish, (Bull Moose Hill). Henry bought it in October 1844 from Elnathan Benson- a brother in law of the Northrup Brothers . He died in January 1873 and John Parlee(His son in law got the farm) A few years later John sold it to a Henry DeLong Jr husband of Joanna Northrup, This lot was originally 300 acres granted to Eli Northrup and /or his brother James. Henry either had the 300 acres or the West Half. He sold some of it in 1866
to his daughter Elizabeth(Spinster).

1851 Census Parish of Springfield shows following:
Henry Male age 55 Native- farmer(prop)
Janet Female wife age 41
Elizabeth Female daughter age 17
Martha Female age 9
Henry Male son age 2
Hatfield Male age 24 son
Philiphy Female daughter in law age 23

From NB Cemeteries Search
http://archives.gnb.ca/APPS/NBCemeteries/Details.aspx?L=EN&Key=66009
DELONG, Henry A
Born: --
Died: Jan 29 1873
Aged: 77 Years
Birth Place: --
Death Place: --
Relationship: --
Notes: --
Marker Location: Number 11
Cemetery: Narrows, Queens County
Cemetery Location: This is a Baptist Cemetery and is situated on the line(half oneach) between lots originally granted to Seth Chase and Adolph Humphrey. In the Village of Narrows on a hill overlooking the Washademoak Lake.It is still in use. There are many graves without markers


General Notes: Child - John Delong Jr.

John Jr received Land Grant No 42 Block T/ Kars, Kings Co, NB - 100 acres of Crown Land- Granted on January 9,1858 (From Crown Land Grant Index 1988- Volume 52 No 8421

Living with grandson James W. in 1891 according to 1891 NB Census

From NB Vital Stats From NB Newspapers Vol 81 1890-1892 No 2688
Kings County Record, Sussex, NB- September 3,1892 reports
Died at Bloomfield, NB 17ult. John DeLong age 96 years/6 months/ 6 days

Another source shows born 1789 according to 1861 Census Hampstead, Queens Co., NB and died c 1867


General Notes: Child - Nathanial Delong

Notes for NATHANIAL DELONG:
This Nathanial or "Nathan" lived in Upper Hibernia- a neighbor to
brother John . Nathan received land grant alongside John Jr in Upper Hibernia(Hampstead Parish) Crown Land Grant- 41 Block T /Hampstead, Queens County- 100 acres January 12,1858 Vol 531-#8454
As the arrow files these grants are 6-7 miles from Sgt. John on Long Island.

In 1861 Census Hampstead Queens Co shows a Nathan DeLong age 45 Farmer No wife dependents showing

This is the only N. Delong I can locate c 1880 in Woodstock- Is the the right person ???
Carleton Sentinel Newspaper May 22, 1880
Destructive Fire
About 9:30 o'clock, on Wednesday evening, flames were discovered bursting out of the old Churchill house, so called, on the bank of the creek, at the head of Connell street. The alarm was quickly sounded and the steamer got into position at the tank on Chapel street, and had water playing on the flames in a commendably short space of time.
The wind was blowing fiercely at the time, carrying large burning cinders in dense masses in all directions, endangering not only the adjacent buildings but as well many in the direction of the wind far removed from the seat of the fire.
In a little while the water in the tank was exhausted and the steamerhad to be moved down to the creek; this, of course, caused delay, butfortunately without such disastrous consequences as might under the circumstances have been the case. The firemen worked well, and in abouttwo hours had the fire under perfect control.

The following buildings, five in number, were destroyed:
Two houses, owned by G. F. Gregory, Esq., Fredericton; dwelling houseand barn owned by Wm. M. Connell, Esq., and a barn owned by Mr. George Brawn.
Mr. Connell had an insurance of $400. Mr. Gregory's buildings were unoccupied, and in one of these the fire originated, how it is not known, but supposed to have been the work of an incendiary. Mr. Connell's building was occupied as a dwelling by Mr. Isaiah Lockhart, who, we believe, lost nearly all his household effects; Mr. N. Delong and Mrs. Sutton, who were also heavy sufferers through loss and damage to furniture.

Mr. S. McLeod's house was on fire several times, as were also the houses of Mrs. Atkinson and Mr. E. J. Clark, and it was only by careful watching that these buildings were saved from destruction. The members of the U. P. C. were on hand, ready for the performance of duty.
The first lesson to be learned from this fire is the duty of the TownCouncil to have proper approaches to the creek for the steamer provided. This matter that should not be delayed but attended at once.

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Ephraim Little and Sarah Clarke




Husband Ephraim Little

           Born: September 27, 1673 - Of Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 24, 1723 - Marshfield, Plymouth Co, Mass
         Buried: November 24, 1723 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
            AFN: MJMZ-XJ


         Father: Ephraim Little
         Mother: Mary Sturdevant


       Marriage: November 29, 1698 - Little Compton, Newport, RI




Wife Sarah Clarke

           Born: June 19, 1678 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 23, 1760 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
         Buried: April 27, 1760 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
            AFN: P358-ZJ



Children

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Jabez Holmes and Sarah Clarke




Husband Jabez Holmes

           Born:  - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
       Baptized: May 27, 1705 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: Z2VH-ZV


         Father: Elisha Holmes
         Mother: Sarah Bartlett


       Marriage: 1734 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA




Wife Sarah Clarke

           Born: 1712 - Chilmark, Marthas Vineyard, Dukes Co., MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1QTS-H17



Children
1 F Huldah Holmes

           Born: 1753
       Baptized: July 15, 1753 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1QTR-TXD
         Spouse: Sylvanus Morton
           Marr: April 12, 1770 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA



2 M David Holmes

           Born: 1750
       Baptized:  - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1QTS-1Q5



3 M Jabez Holmes

           Born: July 1, 1738 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1QTR-TGH



4 F Sarah Sary Holmes

           Born: 1742
       Baptized: July 10, 1742 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1QTR-TJW



5 M David Holmes

           Born: 1747
       Baptized: 1747 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1QTR-TLB



6 F Rebecah Holmes

           Born: 1736
       Baptized: October 25, 1736 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1QTR-TF9



7 F Mary Holmes

           Born: 1740
       Baptized: May 12, 1740 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1QTR-THP



8 F Mariah Holmes

           Born: 1745
       Baptized:  - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
           Died: 
         Buried: 
            AFN: 1QTR-TK4




Death Notes: Child - Huldah Holmes

Y


Death Notes: Child - David Holmes

Y


Death Notes: Child - Jabez Holmes

Y


Death Notes: Child - Sarah Sary Holmes

Y


Death Notes: Child - David Holmes

Y


Death Notes: Child - Rebecah Holmes

Y


Death Notes: Child - Mary Holmes

Y


Death Notes: Child - Mariah Holmes

Y
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Robert Haward and Sarah Clarke




Husband Robert Haward

           Born: May 12, 1758 - Bramfield, Suffolk, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 19, 1830 - Bramfield, Suffolk, England
         Buried:  - Churchyard, Bramfield, Suffolk, England
       Marriage: October 3, 1787 - Flixton, Nfk

Noted events in his life were:
1. Baptism, Walpole Independent Church, Walpole, SFK, England, May 15, 1758




Wife Sarah Clarke

           Born: 1766
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 19, 1847
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Rachel Haward

           Born: December 28, 1788 - Cookley, Suffolk, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 7, 1837
         Buried:  - Churchyard, Bramfield, Suffolk, England



2 M Robert Haward

           Born: May 25, 1790 - Cookley, Suffolk, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1875 - Bramfield, Suffolk, England
         Buried:  - Bramfield, Suffolk, England
         Spouse: Sophia Doggett
           Marr: October 6, 1812 - St Mary The Virgin, Winfarthing, Norfolk, England 42




General Notes: Husband - Robert Haward

Document: 169
Pedigree: Birth

SOURCE - FAMILY RECORDS OF BESSIE FRY
BIRTH: Births/Chrs. Printout; FHC Film *883998; Independent, Walpole , Suffolk England (1706-1837); Batch C 7861-1, Page 55; copy birth record on file (Name spelled (HAYWARD) FHC Film 991999. Father of Bramfield.
DEATH: Suffolk Churchyard Inscriptions, Film 993225; Bramfield; item 116
INSCRIPTION: "S: Robert Haward gent. late of this par., 19 Apr 1830 ag 71. W: Sarah w. of Robt. Haward 19 Apr 1847 ag 81"

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General Notes: Wife - Sarah Clarke

Info re marriage from Joan Rendell

DEATH: Suffolk Churchyard Inscriptions; Film 0993225; Bramfield; item 116
INSCRIPTIONS: "....W: Sarah w. of Robert Haward 19 Apr 1847 ag 81."

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General Notes: Child - Rachel Haward

Pedigree: Birth

BIRTH: Births/Chrs. Printout; FHC Film 883998; Independent, Walpole, Suffolk England (1706-1837); Batch C7861-1, page 57. Actual birth record FHC Film *991999 - Shows father of Cookley.
DEATH: Suffolk Churchyard Inscriptions; FHC Film 0993225; Bramfield ; Line 115
INSCRIPTION: "N: Rachel w. of the late Wm. Crisp, grocer of the par . and da. of the late Robt. Haward gent. 7 Nov 1837, age 48."
MARRIAGE: FHC Film 0543868 (Printout); Bramfield, Suffolk Marriages
FHC Film 952306; Parish Records; Bramfield, marriage witnessed by John Shulders and Robert Haward.

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General Notes: Child - Robert Haward

Pedigree: Birth
Christening might be in 1791

SOURCE - Family Record of Bessie Fry - Includes approx. year and place of birth
BIRTH: Births/Chrs. Printout; FHC Film 883998; Independent, Walpole, Suffolk, England (1706-1837); Batch C 7861-1, Page 58. Actual Birth record FHC Film 0991999.
CENSUS: FHC Film 207453; 1851 Bramfield Suffolk, England - shows birthplace as Cookley, Suffolk, Wife Sophia (Winfarthing, Norfolk); age 60 two children living with him - Louisa age 34, and Caroline age 26.
FHC Film 830793; 1871; living with just Daughter Louisa (56)
OCCUPATION: 1851 Census "Land Proprietor"
1871 Census "Retired Farmer"

In the 1844 White's Directory of Suffolk (quoted in Suffolk Roots Aug 2002 Vol 28 No 2 page 77] he is listed as "Farmer, Manor House".

1861 Census RG9/1179 FO133
Bramfield no 59
Robert Haward, Head, Mar, 70, Retired Farmer, SFK, Cookley
Sophia do, wife, mar, 72, Norfolk, Winfarthing
Louisa do, dau, unmar, 44, Suffolk, Bramfield
Marianne Scudamore, unm, 17, House Servant, SFK, Blythburgh

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Francis C. Gamble and Sarah E. Clarke




Husband Francis C. Gamble

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Sarah E. Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: William E. Clark
         Mother: Sarah Jewell Hooper





Children

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Benjamin Peckham Langworthy and Sarah Frances Clarke




Husband Benjamin Peckham Langworthy

           Born: 1832
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 18, 1908
         Buried: 1908 - Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island


         Father: Benjamin Bentley Langworthy
         Mother: Mary Langworthy


       Marriage: April 10, 1860




Wife Sarah Frances Clarke

           Born: August 15, 1840
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1929
         Buried: 1929 - Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island



Children

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Sherrill Joseph Clarke




Husband Sherrill Joseph Clarke

           Born: December 8, 1827 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 9, 1921 - Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin
         Buried: November 12, 1921 - Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin


         Father: Alvit Clarke
         Mother: Sarah  Sally Davis


       Marriage: October 13, 1852 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York

Noted events in his life were:
1. Occupation, Farmer

2. Religion, Seventh-day Baptist

3. Residence, Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York, 1852

4. Residence, Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin, 1856

5. Census, Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin, 1880

6. Residence, Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin, 1904




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Simeon Perry Clarke and Catherine C. Perry




Husband Simeon Perry Clarke

           Born: July 21, 1819
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 9, 1870
         Buried: 


         Father: Perry Clarke
         Mother: Penelope Perry


       Marriage: November 8, 1843 - South Kingston, Washington Co., Rhode Island




Wife Catherine C. Perry

           Born: 1819
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M George H. Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Julia W. Clarke

           Born: 1855 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Wife - Catherine C. Perry

Y


Death Notes: Child - Julia W. Clarke

Y
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Samuel Whitford and Sophia Clarke




Husband Samuel Whitford

           Born: August 28, 1797 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 21, 1848 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
         Buried: 
       Marriage: October 26, 1826

Noted events in his life were:
1. Occupation, Farmer, manufactured potash

2. Residence, Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York

3. Residence, West Edmeston, Otsego Co., New York




Wife Sophia Clarke

           Born: February 6, 1802 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 14, 1888 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Clarke
         Mother: Hannah Clarke





Children
1 M William Clarke Whitford

           Born: May 5, 1828 - West Edmeston, Otsego Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 20, 1902 - Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin
         Buried: 1902 - Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin



2 M Hamilton Joseph Whitford

           Born: April 4, 1830
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
         Buried: 



3 M Prof. Albert Whitford

           Born: May 28, 1832 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 18, 1924 - Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin
         Buried: March 21, 1924 - Milton, Rock Co., Wisconsin



4 M Herbert David Whitford

           Born: July 9, 1834
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1900
         Buried: 




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Stephen Clarke and Judith Maxson




Husband Stephen Clarke

           Born: 1778 - Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 15, 1842 - Sackett's Harbor, Jefferson Co., New York
         Buried: 


         Father: Stephen Clarke
         Mother: Susannah Potter


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Judith Clarke - 1837




Wife Judith Maxson

           Born: February 1783 - Brookfield, Madison, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 30, 1836
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Esdras Clarke

           Born: 1804 - Brookfield, Madison, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Eliza Palmiter



2 F Judith Clarke

           Born: 1802 - Brookfield, Madison, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Horace Wood



3 F Susan Clarke

           Born: 1806 - Brookfield, Madison, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Alonzo Maxson



4 F Lodema Clarke

           Born: 1812
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Welcome Morris Clarke



5 M Erastus Clarke

           Born: 1808 - Brookfield, Madison, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Wisconsin
         Buried: 



6 F Hannah Marie Clarke

           Born: November 16, 1812 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 7, 1889
         Buried: 
         Spouse: David Coon
           Marr: February 24, 1833 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York



7 F Ann Clarke

           Born: 1810 - Brookfield, Madison, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Joel Scott



8 M William Clarke

           Born:  - Brookfield, Madison, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Child - Esdras Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Judith Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Susan Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Lodema Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Ann Clarke

Y
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Stephen Clarke and Susannah Potter




Husband Stephen Clarke

           Born: May 13, 1753 - Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 17, 1810 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Clarke
         Mother: Hannah Perry


       Marriage: November 24, 1774 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island




Wife Susannah Potter

           Born: March 31, 1758 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 20, 1825 - New York, New York
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Susannah Clarke

           Born: 1776 - Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 12, 1839 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Joseph Jr. Crumb
           Marr: September 6, 1790 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York



2 M Stephen Clarke

           Born: 1778 - Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 15, 1842 - Sackett's Harbor, Jefferson Co., New York
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Judith Maxson
         Spouse: Judith Clarke
           Marr: 1837



3 F Polly Clarke

           Born: 1780 - Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Utica, Oneida Co., New York
         Buried:  - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
         Spouse: Edward Babcock



4 F Hannah Clarke

           Born: September 11, 1781 - Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 8, 1850 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Joseph Clarke
           Marr: February 1, 1800



5 M Hazard Perry Clarke

           Born: December 9, 1784 - Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: December 25, 1863 - Independence, Allegany Co., New York
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Phebe Whitford
           Marr: April 10, 1807 - Alfred, Allegany Co., New York



6 M Samuel B. Clarke

           Born: February 16, 1787 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 18, 1850 - Andover, Allegany Co., New York
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Tacy Maxson
           Marr: 1808



7 M Joseph Clarke

           Born: 1790 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1847 - Byron, Fond Du Lac Co., Wisconsin
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Martha Davis
         Spouse: Sally Babb



8 M Henry Clarke

           Born: July 10, 1793 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Walworth, Walworth Co., Wisconsin
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Lucy Clarke
           Marr: July 14, 1821
         Spouse: Hannah Wilcox
           Marr: 1814
         Spouse: Lorinda Coon
           Marr: 1832 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York



9 F Sarah Sally Clarke

           Born: February 2, 1796 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 4, 1871 - Andover, Allegany Co., New York
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ichabod Babcock
           Marr: October 22, 1816 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York



10 M Alanson Clarke

           Born: 1800 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 21, 1863 - Bolivar, Madison Co., New York
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Cynthia Williams
         Spouse: Mary Newton



11 F Sabrina Clarke

           Born: August 1, 1802 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



12 F Nancy Clarke

           Born: 1804 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Jonathan Davis




Death Notes: Child - Sabrina Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Nancy Clarke

Y
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Stephen S. Clarke and Azubah Woodcock




Husband Stephen S. Clarke

           Born: May 30, 1811
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Samuel B. Clarke
         Mother: Tacy Maxson


       Marriage: December 30, 1834




Wife Azubah Woodcock

           Born: April 18, 1814 - Swanzey, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M William A. Clarke

           Born: November 18, 1835
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Milton S. Clarke

           Born: November 7, 1837
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Amelia M. Clarke

           Born: December 3, 1844
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1934
         Buried: 



4 F Ella D. Clarke

           Born: March 5, 1853 - Andover, Allegany Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 4, 1867 - Andover, Allegany Co., New York
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Husband - Stephen S. Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Wife - Azubah Woodcock

Y


Death Notes: Child - William A. Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Milton S. Clarke

Y
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Stephen Wells Clarke and Jane Ann Hill




Husband Stephen Wells Clarke

           Born: June 30, 1837 - Pittsfield, Merrimack Co, NH
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 24, 1889
         Buried: 
       Marriage: May 5, 1868 - Portsmouth, Rockingham Co, NH




Wife Jane Ann Hill

           Born: November 1, 1842 - Eliot, York Co, ME
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 17, 1900 - Old Orchard Beach, York Co, ME
         Buried: 


         Father: Daniel Hill
         Mother: Elizabeth Libby





Children
1 U Marian Marion Hill Clarke

           Born: February 25, 1869 - Portsmouth, Rockingham Co, NH
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Gertrude Wells Clarke

           Born: January 26, 1875 - Portsmouth, Rockingham Co, NH
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Ruby Libby Clarke

           Born: January 15, 1884 - Manchester, Hillsborough Co, NH
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Stephen Wells Clarke

!Father: John CLARKE b: 4 OCT 1802 in Pittsfield, NH
Mother: Asenath WELLS b: 19 FEB 1801 in Loudon, NH
!Living in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co, NH in 1880 Census.
Occupation: School teacher
!Children - Source: Ken Million
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Alonzo Maxson and Susan Clarke




Husband Alonzo Maxson

           Born: 1804 - Brookfield, Madison, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Susan Clarke

           Born: 1806 - Brookfield, Madison, New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Stephen Clarke
         Mother: Judith Maxson





Children

Death Notes: Husband - Alonzo Maxson

Y


Death Notes: Wife - Susan Clarke

Y
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John Whipple and Susanna Clarke




Husband John Whipple

           Born: 1596 - Bocking, Essex, England
       Baptized: August 29, 1596 - Bocking, Essex, England
           Died: June 30, 1669 - Ipswich, Essex County, MA
         Buried: 


         Father: Matthew Whipple
         Mother: Joan Whipple


       Marriage: 1621

   Other Spouse: Jennet Whipple - Ipswich, Essex County, MA




Wife Susanna Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Susanna Whipple

           Born: July 1, 1622
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M John Whipple

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 4, 1624
         Buried: 



3 M John Whipple

           Born: December 21, 1625
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 10, 1683
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Martha Reyner
           Marr: 1653



4 F Elizabeth Whipple 43

           Born: November 1, 1627 - Bocking  England
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Ipswich  Essex Co  Mass
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Anthony Potter 43
           Marr: 1652 - Ipswich Mass



5 M Matthew Whipple

           Born: October 7, 1628
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 12, 1634
         Buried: 



6 M William Whipple

           Born: October 1631
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 4, 1641
         Buried: 



7 F Anne Whipple

           Born: June 2, 1633
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 4, 1634
         Buried: 



8 F Elizabeth Mary Whipple

           Born:  - Bocking, Essex, England
       Baptized:  - St.Marys, Bocking, Essex, England
           Died: June 2, 1720 - Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts
         Buried:  - Watertown, Middlesex, , MA
            AFN:  55JL-BC
         Spouse: Simon Stone II
           Marr: September 8, 1656 - Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts



9 F Judith Whipple

           Born: August 1636
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 27, 1637
         Buried: 



10 M Matthew Whipple

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 30, 1638
         Buried: 



11 F Sarah Whipple

           Born: November 3, 1641
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 23, 1681
         Buried: 




General Notes: Child - Elizabeth Whipple

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James Rathbone and Susannah Clarke




Husband James Rathbone

           Born: August 6, 1764
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: September 27, 1778 - Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island




Wife Susannah Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Clarke
         Mother: Hannah Perry





Children
1 F Anne Rathbone

           Born: March 23, 1779
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Hannah Perry Rathbone

           Born: October 27, 1782
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M James Rathbone

           Born: May 20, 1786
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 F Hannah Perry Rathbone

           Born: August 11, 1791
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Husband - James Rathbone

Y


Death Notes: Child - Anne Rathbone

Y


Death Notes: Child - Hannah Perry Rathbone

Y


Death Notes: Child - James Rathbone

Y


Death Notes: Child - Hannah Perry Rathbone

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Joseph Jr. Crumb and Susannah Clarke




Husband Joseph Jr. Crumb

           Born: January 9, 1767 - Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 3, 1827 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
         Buried: 
       Marriage: September 6, 1790 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York




Wife Susannah Clarke

           Born: 1776 - Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 12, 1839 - Plainfield, Otsego Co., New York
         Buried: 


         Father: Stephen Clarke
         Mother: Susannah Potter





Children
1 M Gardner Crumb

           Born: 1795 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1798 - Rhode Island
         Buried: 



2 M Varnum Crumb

           Born: February 11, 1797 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 9, 1861
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sophronia Spooner



3 M Stephen Crumb

           Born: December 4, 1799 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Unice Connable



4 M Joseph Talcott Crumb

           Born: January 17, 1800 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 27, 1872 - Walworth, Walworth Co., Wisconsin
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Harriet Matilda Dowse
           Marr: February 16, 1822 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York



5 M Orville Wesley Crumb

           Born: 1803 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 31, 1838
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Brown



6 F Sophronia Crumb

           Born: February 27, 1804 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 1863
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Horace Southworth



7 M Archibald Crumb

           Born: 1805 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 22, 1878
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Amy Burdick



8 F Julia A. Crumb

           Born: March 18, 1809 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 18, 1878
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Bradley Brand



9 F Susan Crumb

           Born: March 29, 1810 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 5, 1888
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Lorin Barker



10 F Mariam Crumb

           Born: 1812 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 11, 1887
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Charles Williamson



11 M Russell Crumb

           Born: November 6, 1814 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 5, 1883
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Jerusha F. Richardson



12 M Franklin W. Crumb

           Born: 1816 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 5, 1877
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Lydia Maria Burdick
           Marr: August 10, 1848



13 F Louise Crumb

           Born: 1816 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 10, 1892
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Parker Davis



14 M William Sidney Crumb

           Born: 1818 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 1, 1821 - Leonardsville, Madison Co., New York
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Child - Stephen Crumb

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James Peckham and Susannah Clarke




Husband James Peckham 17

           Born: 1655 - Newport, Newport, RI
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John Peckham 1 4 14 15 16 17 18 19
         Mother: Eleanor Weaver 1 4 17


       Marriage: 

Noted events in his life were:
1. Alt. Death




Wife Susannah Clarke

           Born: 1653 - Newport, Newport, RI
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1732
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Clarke Sr. 1
         Mother: Hannah Weeden 1 2 3 4



   Other Spouse: William Peckham 15 21 - 1688

Noted events in her life were:
1. Alt. Birth



Children

General Notes: Husband - James Peckham

LITTLE COMPTON, NEWPORT, RI
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William Peckham and Susannah Clarke




Husband William Peckham 15 21

           Born: 1647 - Boxgrove, Sussex, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 2, 1734 - Little Compton, Newport, RI
         Buried: 


         Father: John Peckham 1 4 14 15 16 17 18 19
         Mother: Mary Clarke 1 4 14 15 16


       Marriage: 1688

   Other Spouse: Elizabeth Clarke - 1674 - Newport, Newport, RI

   Other Spouse: Phoebe Weeden 5 - 1672 - Newport, Newport, RI

Noted events in his life were:
1. Alt. Birth

2. Alt. Birth, NY




Wife Susannah Clarke

           Born: 1653 - Newport, Newport, RI
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1732
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Clarke Sr. 1
         Mother: Hannah Weeden 1 2 3 4



   Other Spouse: James Peckham 17

Noted events in her life were:
1. Alt. Birth



Children
1 M William Peckham

           Born: 1675
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William Peckham

William Peckham, son of John and Mary (Clarke) Peckham, w a s born in Ne wp ort, R. I., about 1647. In 1684 he serve d a s juryman. In 1696-97- 98 he h eld the office of deputy t o th e General Assembly of Rhode Islan d. On Ju ly 13, 1702 , he wa s granted a share of eighteen acres in a divi si on o f propri etors' lands. On November 15, 1711, William Peckha m w as o rd ained pastor of the First Baptist Church of Newpo rt by Samu el Lu the r, of Swansea, minister, and Samuel Bull ock, of Swa nsea, deaco n. He is s upposed to have been the f irst Baptis t minister ordained on t his contine nt.
William Peckham married (first) Elizabeth Clarke, daught e r of Joseph C la rke. He married (second) Phebe Weeden, wh o w as born in 1660, a nd di ed in Middletown, R. I., in 1745 , da ughter of William Weeden. He d ied Ju ne 2, 1734, and hi s wil l was proved July 3, following.
William Peckham was born about 1647 in Newport, Newpor t, R I . He di ed on 2 Jun 1734 in Newport, Newport, RI. Accordi n g to t he History of Rh ode Island published by the Americ a n Historical Socie ty in 1920, he serv ed as juryman in 168 4 ; in 1696-98 he held offi ce of deputy to the Gener al Asse mb ly of Rhode Island; on July 13, 170 2, he was granted a s h ar e of 18 acres in a division of
proprietors' land;
He was ordained pastor of the First Baptist Church of Newp o rt. He is s up posed to have been the first Baptist minist e r ordained on this contin en t. He was married to Elizabet h C larke.
Children were:
William Peckham.
Samuel Peckham.
Mary Peckham.
Phoebe Peckham.
Deborah Peckham.
The Peckhams, goes back to the early 1600's. John Peckha m c ame to Amer ic an between 1634 & 1638, probably with th e Duk e of Somerset, William S eym our, one of the most power ful no blemen during the reign of Charles t he 1 st. John Pec kham wa s Chaplain to the Duke, earlier known as t he Ea rl o f Hertfo rd. John's son, Reverend William Peckham b1647, wa s o rdai ne d Nov 15, 1711 Pastor of First Baptist Church o f Newpo rt RI . He is sa id to have been the 1st ordained Bap tist ministe r on t he continent. We h ave this wonderful ol d painting tha t was passed do wn thru the generatio ns of th e Peckhams, an d we believe it is either Ge orge Hazard Peck ham b 1813 or Wi lliam Tweed Peckham b1855. Bernice Peckh am , my grandmoth er , is connected to the Wilbor family severa l times.. .. .
WILLIAM5 PECKHAM, (REV.) (John4, Henry3, Henry2, John Geor g e1) of, New po rt, son of (4) John4 and (IY-9) Mary (CLARK E ) PECKHAM, was born in 1 64 7, and died in 1734. He marrie d ( IY-10) SUSANNAH CLARKE, daught er of (IY -8) Joseph and M arga ret CLARKE, who was born circa 1653 in New port. [ 1, 2]
Supposed to have been the first Baptist minister ordaine d o n the conti ne nt.
#4 in Peckham descendants (NEHGR)
Child: + 9 i. WILLIAM6 of, Middletown, Newport Co., b. o n 3 0 Aug. 1 67 5; m. (ACY-15) MARY TEW on 10 June 1703 in Ne wpor t; d. on 18 Jan. 176 4.
Sources: A Potter-Richardson Memorial; Colonial Familie s o f the USA.
Families: Elizabeth Clarke, married Rev. William Peckham.
Memorial: Elizabeth Clarke, married Rev. William Peckha m , son of John.
From One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families: "William,
Newport, R. I.
1684. Chosen on a Jury.
1696, '98. Deputy. In a little memorandum book, he write s : "This is my
book, it cost two shillings, I pray you look. Sept.
the ninth 1698."
1702, 7, 17. He was granted a share of 18 acres in divisi o n of
Proprietors lands, "near adjoining his land as runs on mea d ows
and Sachuest Beach," etc.
1708, 3, 3. He and his brother Thomas, etc., on behalf o f t he church,
deeded to John Vaughn for 18, "a house at Green End,
which was their meeting house."
1711, 11, 15. Ordained pastor of the First Baptist Churc h , Newport, by
Samuel Luther, Pastor of a church at Swanzey, and
Deacon Samuel Bullock, also of Swanzey.
1712, 3, 21. He and Captain Thomas Gray (of Little Compton)
administrators on estate of James Peckham of R. I. showed
inventory of 644, 9s. 6d. (Little Compton estate of deceas e d.)
1718. Daniel White was chosen to assist Mr. Peckham, but c o ntinued only
a short time.
1726, 4, 24. He and others signed a letter which was sen t R ev. Joseph
Crandall's church (Seventh Day Baptists), regarding some
doctrinal differences.
1726, 5, 19. John Comer was ordained as assistant. In th e m anuscript
diary of latter, he says, "I was solemnly ordained by
fasting and prayer and imposition of the hands of the Elde r s of the
Church, viz., Mr. Wm. Peckham, Pastor, Mr. Sam'l Maxwell,
Deacon. Mr. Wm. Peckham gave me the charge in these expre s s words. A
coppie--Forasmuch as you have complied
with ye call of ye church to the work of the ministry in t h is place.
I charge thee therefore before God and the Lord Jesns Christ
who shall judge the quick and the dead at his appearing a n d Kingdom.
Preach the word, be instant in season, reprove, rebuke,
exhort with all long suffering and doctrine. Watch tho u i n all
things, endure affliction. Do the work of an Evangelist. M a ke full
proof of thy ministry. Take heed to thyself and all thy fl o ck over
which the Holy Ghost hath made thee overseer. Give attenda n ce
to reading, to meditation, to doctrine. Study to approve t h yself to
God a workman, y't needeth not be ashamed, rightly
dividing the word of truth. Flee youthful lasts, follow
righteousness, faith, charity, with all those who call o n y e Lord out of
a
pure heart. Administer also the ordinances of the New Test n ment,
Baptism, and the Supper of ye Lord as commanded in ye
holy Scriptures, feed the flock not by Constraint, but wil l ingly, not
for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind. These things I give
thee in charge in the sight of God who quickeneth all thin g s and
before Jesus Christ who before Pontius Pilate witnesse d a g ood
confession--that thon keep this commandment without spot,
unrebukable, until ye appearing of our Lord Jesas Christ , a nd when
the Chief Shepherd shall appear, you shall receive a cro w n of glory
which fadeth not away. And in testimony of your reception
to an equal part in ye work of ye sacred ministry I give y o u my right
hand.' " Mr. Comer tells us, that when he was called to
the church the number of members was 18, of whom 10 were m e n and 8
women. He says he received for salary, to December
of this year, 85, 14s. 6d.
1730, 3, 3. "This day (says Comer) I went to visit Elder P e ckcom, who
discoursed to my satisfaction about ye trouble and ye
things of God." Mr. Peckham was now old and evidently feeb l e.
1731, 10, 13. John Callender was ordained as colleague wi t h Mr.
Peckham, in place of John Comer. Mr. Callender remained as
Pastor after the death of Wm. Peckham, printing, in 173 9 , a discourse
on the civil and religious history of Rhode Island, from
1838 to 1738, well known as the "Century Sermon."
1734, 7, 3. Will, proved. To son William certain land. T o s on Samuel,
my now dwelling house and land in Newport, bounded
east by John Green's land, south by the highway, etc. He m e ntions
daughters Mary Thomas, Phebe Tripp, and Deborah Clarke.
His wife Phebe was to be supported by his sons William a n d Samuel.
1734, 9, 24. Will, proved 1745. Phebe Peckham, widow. Exs . , three
daughters, Mary Barker, Phebe Weeden, Deborah Clarke.
Witnesses, Edward Cornell, Nicholas Little, Wm. Weeden. In v entory,
165, 16s. To granddaughter Phebe, daughter of my
son Samuel, 1 silver spoon. To graddaughter Phebe Barker , l ittle
brass kettle and 1 silver spoon. To granddaughter Deborah
Barker, 1 silver spoon. To three daughters, viz.: Mary Bar k er, Phebe
Weeden, and Deborah Clarke, all the rest of estate;
1/2 to Deborah, and other 1/2 to Mary and Phebe equally . A s she did
not mention William Peckham,3 or any of his children, it
is probable he was a son of Wm. Peekham2 by first wife. Pe r haps the
daughter Mary Barker was wife of that James Barker
who traditionally is given Mary Cook for his wife. He ha d d aughters
Phebe, Deborah, etc.
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Sylvester Clarke and Emma Hills




Husband Sylvester Clarke

           Born: February 18, 1789 - East Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: November 3, 1819 - East Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut




Wife Emma Hills

           Born: November 18, 1792 - East Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 9, 1821 - East Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
         Buried: 


         Father: Timothy Hills
         Mother: Jerusha Stanley





Children

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Sylvester Clarke and Jerusha Hills




Husband Sylvester Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: May 1, 1822 - East Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut




Wife Jerusha Hills

           Born: April 9, 1797 - East Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Timothy Hills
         Mother: Jerusha Stanley





Children

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Thomas Clarke and Martha Curtis




Husband Thomas Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage:  - Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts




Wife Martha Curtis

           Born:  - Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Richard Curtis
         Mother: Ann Hallet





Children

Death Notes: Wife - Martha Curtis

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Thomas Clarke and Rose Kerreck




Husband Thomas Clarke

           Born:  - England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Rose Kerreck

           Born:  - England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M William Clark

           Born:  - England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Margery




General Notes: Child - William Clark

William was a weaver.his wife Margarey accompanied him to Watertown where their daughter Elizabeth was born. William was Freeman in 1639, Watertown,.he movedto Woburn about 1654.
Source: GenealogyLlibrary, Genealogy.com : The Upton Memorial, Appendix III The Bruce Family , page 504
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Thomas Clarke and Ruth A. Rockwell




Husband Thomas Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Ruth A. Rockwell

           Born: 1804
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John B. Rockwell
         Mother: Rebecca Dewolfe



   Other Spouse: Aaron Chapman



Children

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Thomas Clarke and Martha Micklewood




Husband Thomas Clarke

           Born: 1527 - Banham, Norfolk, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: January 19, 1560 - Banham, Norfolk, England
         Buried: 


         Father: Robert Clarke
         Mother: Alice


       Marriage: 




Wife Martha Micklewood

           Born: 1529
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1559
         Buried: 


         Father: Richard Micklewood
         Mother: Elizabeth





Children
1 M William Clarke

           Born: 1553
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1624
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Martha Walker




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Thomas Clarke and Rose Kerrich




Husband Thomas Clarke

           Born: 1583 - Wrotham, Kent, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1674 - Holton, Suffolk, England
         Buried: 


         Father: William Clarke
         Mother: Martha Walker


       Marriage: 




Wife Rose Kerrich

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M William Clarke

           Born: July 22, 1610 - Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 22, 1681 - Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut, USA
         Buried: 




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Thomas Clarke and Eleanor Rowlinge




Husband Thomas Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Clarke
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 




Wife Eleanor Rowlinge

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M John Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Thomas Clarke




Husband Thomas Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Peter Clark Woodchurch
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Thomas Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Eleanor Rowlinge




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Thomas Clarke Sr. and Rose Kerrich




Husband Thomas Clarke Sr. 1 7 8 9

           Born: November 1, 1570 - Westhorpe, , Suffolk, England 1
       Baptized: November 3, 1579 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England
           Died: July 29, 1627 - Westhorpe, , Suffolk, England 1
         Buried: July 30, 1627 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England


         Father: John B. Clarke 7 8 9
         Mother: Katherine Cooke 7 8 9


       Marriage: May 13, 1600 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 7 8 9

Noted events in his life were:
1. Alt. Death 1




Wife Rose Kerrich 1 7 8 9

           Born: April 13, 1572 - Saxted, , Suffolk, England 1
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 19, 1627 - Westhorpe, , Suffolk, England 1
         Buried: September 1627 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England


         Father: William Kerrich 1 7 8 9
         Mother: Margery Kerrich 1 7 8 9




         Father: William Kerrich 1 7 8 9
         Mother: 



   Other Spouse: Thomas Clark 1



Children
1 M John Clarke Rev. 1 4

           Born: October 8, 1609 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 1 4
       Baptized: October 8, 1609 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 4
           Died: April 20, 1676 - Newport, Newport, RI 1 4
         Buried:  - Newport, Newport, RI 4
            AFN: 8NR5-83
         Spouse: Jane Fletcher 4
           Marr: Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 4
         Spouse: Sarah Davis 1
           Marr: Westhorpe, Suffolk, England
         Spouse: Elizabeth Harges
           Marr: 1637 - Wreslingworth, Bedford, England



2 M Joseph Clarke Sr. 1

           Born: December 9, 1618 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 1
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 1, 1694 - Newport, Newport, RI 1
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Hannah Weeden 1 2 3 4
         Spouse: Margaret Turner
           Marr: November 16, 1664 - Newport, Newport, Rii



3 F Mary Marie Clarke

           Born: July 17, 1607 - Westhorpe, Sfk, Eng
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1647 - Newport, Co., RI
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Peckham Sr.
           Marr: 1638 - Newport, Co., RI



4 M Carewe Clarke

            AKA: Carew Clarke 4
           Born:  - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 13, 1679 - Newport, Newport, RI 4
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Dorothy Drury 4
           Marr: Suffolk, England
         Spouse: Datrie Dorothy Clarke 4



5 F Mary Clarke 1 4 14 15 16

           Born: July 26, 1607 - Westhorpe, , Suffolk, England 1 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1648 - Newport, Newport, RI 1 4
         Buried:  - Newport, Newport, RI
         Spouse: John Peckham 1 4 14 15 16 17 18 19
           Marr: May 20, 1638 - Newport, Newport, RI



6 F Margaret Clarke

           Born: October 12, 1608 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1694 - Cambridge, MA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Nicholas Wyeth 4
           Marr: 1630 - Suffolk, England



7 M William Clarke 4

           Born:  - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 4
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA 4
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Margery
         Spouse: Katherine Bunce 4
           Marr: October 16, 1650 - Hartford, Hartford, CT 4
         Spouse: Mary Sherman
           Marr: December 25, 1665 - Wenham, Essex, MA
         Spouse: Margery Clarke



8 F Frances Clarke

           Born: 1614 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



9 M Thomas Clarke Jr. 4 7 8 9

           Born: March 31, 1605 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 4
       Baptized: March 31, 1605 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 4
           Died: December 2, 1674 - Newport, Newport, RI 4
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Susan Amanda Edwards
         Spouse: Susanna Ring 4 7 8 9
           Marr: 1634 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA 4 7 8 9




General Notes: Husband - Thomas Clarke Sr.

AFN: 8NR2-Z9


General Notes: Wife - Rose Kerrich

AFN: 8NR5-22


Notes: Marriage

_STATMARRIED


General Notes: Child - Joseph Clarke Sr.

AFN: GXKD-0S
Babcock and Allied families by DeForest page 30JOSEPH4 CLA R KE (Thom as 3, John2, John1). He was born 9 December 161 8 i n Westhorpe, Suffol k, Eng land, and baptized 16 Decembe r 161 8 in Westhorpe, Suffolk, Englan d. He d ied 1 June 169 4 in Ne wport, Newport, Rhode Island. Residence: Ne wpor t, N ewport , Rhode Island.
Joseph Clarke evidently came to Boston with his older brot h ers, Thom as a nd John, but he is not mentioned in any reco rd s of that town. He m ay ha ve come in the capacity of a se rva nt to his brother John, as was l ater n oted in a recordi ng o f his lands in Newport, Rhode Island. His br othe r, Dr . Joh n Clarke, was disarmed with others as associates of A n ne Hu t chinson at Boston on 20 November 1637. John and Tho mas lef t t he Massachu setts Bay Colony with the Coddingto n party an d were signe rs of the Aquid neck agreement on 7 M arch 1638 . Joseph Clarke first appe ars on the reco rd whe n he was adm itted an inhabitant of the Island of A quidnec k (at Po rtsmou th) on 24 January 1638/9, and again on 21 Fe brua ry 1638/9 . Howeve r, he soon left Portsmouth for Newpor t, newly fou nd ed by his brother, Jo hn Clarke, and others d issatisfied wit h the gov ernment of Portsmout h. He was admi tted an inhabita nt and made a freem an of Newport at a Ge ne ral Quarter Cour t held there on 17 December 163 9. He was p resent in t he Gen eral Court of Election held at Newpo rt o n 12 March 1640, an d w as listed on the court roll of fre em en on 16 March 1641 . He served on t he grand jury at a Quar ter Sessio ns Court a t Portsmouth on 1 December 16 41. He i s said to have be en on e of the original members of the Fir st Ba ptist Church of Ne wpo rt in 1644, and was certainl y a member in full comm unio n in 1648.
Sometime between March 1643 and 15 March 1644, Joseph Cla r k of Nupo rt h ad his lands in Newport, consisting of fift y a cres, recorded. His l an ds lay in several parcels, one o f th irty acres "lying beyond the mi ll bo unded on the Nort h by t he hie way to Sachuis on the East by Sto ny Riv er o n the Sou th by Robert Fields land," another parcel of 2. 5 ac res be tw een Mr. John Clark's farm and Thomas Clark's c ow pasture , a ho me l ot of 3.5 acres lying next to Mr. [Joh n] Clark' s swamp at the lot 's en d, a "cowes hay" or pastur e at the s outhwest corner of the harbo r, anoth er "cowes ha y" on the e ast side of Stony River, and one ac re of upl an d bounded b y "the Creeke & Thomas Clarks marsh, a way fo r t he bring in g forth of hay & bringing thruw cattle to Joh n Peckams ma rs h & Thom as Clarks marsh excepted." These lan ds, amounting t o 40 acre s, were boug ht by Joseph Clark fo r an unknown su m as evidenced by the t reasurer's re ceipt p roduced by him a t the recording of the land. (An or der iss u ed by the town o n 5 June 1639, divided all meadow lands w ith in Newpo rt a t a rate of 20 "Cowes meat" to 300 acres o f upland, so Jo se ph c an be expected to have given at leas t two or three cow s for h is land.) H owever, Joseph Clark e had an additional
ten ac[re]s more granted unto him by vertue of a certain e d onation g iv en by the sd Towne to certaine Servants th e sd J oseph being serv[ an ]t to mr John Clark w[hi]ch Ten n ac[re] s is layd forth in and w[i] th t he first p[ar]cel l of thirti e all w[hi]ch amounting to the No of Fi ft he ac[ re]s more o r less is fully Impropriated to the sd Joseph C la rk h is hei rs or Assignes for ever.
On 25 December 1644, Joseph Clarke deeded five acres JOSEPH CLARKE of Ne wp ort and Westerly, Rhode Island, was born in Newport, 11th February, 1 64 2; d. in Westerly, 11th January, 1727. He was a large land owner in Wes ter ly; was Town Clerk for thirty years ending 1700, was arrested and fin ed £ 10 by Connecticut Colony, but was reimbursed by Rhode Island Gener al Assem bly; Deputy to General Assembly 1698, 1700, 1702, 1704, 1706, 170 8; memb er Seventh Day Baptist Church 1676, and very prominent in its affa ir s; m. (firstly) Bethiah HUBBARD, b. 19th December, 1646, d. 1707 ( or 3d Ma rch, 1717); m. (second) Hannah (WEEDEN) PECKHAM.of meadow lyi ng on the sou twest side of the harbor in Newport to Robert Stanton of New port. His la nd is also mentioned in the record of highways laid out by Wi lliam Dyre, N icholas Easton, and Mr. John Clarke dated 15 February 165 4. O ne h ighw ay was laid out "from the Mill to Joseph Clarkes.. .towa r ds the great Com ons, and by the side of mr John Clarkes Joseph and Thom as Clarkes lan ds &c being on the east side the reof went the hie way... to mr Eastons Far me...downe to Stony River...and soe came into the Como ns at the Rocks.. ." On March 10, 1656/7, Joseph Clarke was granted a 1/ 5 4th share of the p urchase of Conanicut (later, Jamestown ) and Dutch Isla nds, and he also si gned on behalf of his brother, it being ordered "th at Joseph Clarke sha ll subscribe hereto in the behalf of his Brother M r. John Clarke in Englan d. " Joseph Clarke, of Newport, was also appoint ed to the perpetual counc il that would govern the affairs of Conanic ut at the time of the purchase.
In 16 May 1648, he was made a member of the General Court of Trials to r ep resent the town of Newport, and served on both the grand and petit ju ri es at Warwick on 30 June 1657. H is name appears on a list of the fre em an of the Colony, of Newport, in 1655. From 1655 on, he is refe rr ed to in the records of the Colony as "Mr. Joseph Clarke,"and was a com mis sioner for Newport at the Court of Commissioners held at Portsm ou th on 28 June 1655, at Newport on 19 May 1657, at Portsmouth aga in on 10 M arch 1657/8, at Providence on 17 May 1659, and once more at Por tsmou th on 23 August 1659 . He was made an Assistant (which appears to ha ve be en the same as commissioner) for Newport at the General Court of Ele cti on held at Warwick on 18 May 1658, and served in this capacity at a Ge ner al Court of Trials held at Newport in June 1658, at a meeting of the G ener al Counsel held at Warwick on 14 October 1658, at another General C ou rt of Trials held at Warwick on 16 October 1658, at the General Cou rt of E lection held at Providence on 17 May 1659 , at a General Cou rt of Trials h eld at Newport on 3 Marc h 1659/60, and at a meeting of t he Governor, Depu ty Governor, and Assist ants held at Newport on 25 Novem ber 1663. On 4 Ju ly 1657, at a General Court held at Warwick, Mr. Jose ph Clarke and three o thers were authorized to write a letter to Mr. Jo hn Clarke in England to r equest further judgment of the authorities in En gland in the charges of tr eason brought against William Harris by Roger W illiams. He was also chos en to form a committee with five others at a Gen eral Court of Commissione rs held at Portsmouth on 23 August 1659, to wri te a letter of thanks to M r. John Clarke, to review letters sent to the c olony regarding disputes wi th the "United Colonies , Massachusetts, or Pl ymouth," and to instruct M r. Clarke to take such matters before Parliame nt accordingly. The ta sk of opening letters and informing Mr. Clark e, as well as providing Clar ke with a commission from the Colony, was rea uthorized to Mr. Joseph Clar ke , allowing he was not an Assistant at t he time, and the others at a Gen eral Assembly held at Warwick on 18 Octob er 1660.
On 1 November 1661, Tobias Saunders, Robert Burdick, and Joseph Clar ke we re arrested for taking possession of lands of Southertown, in the Pe quot C ountry, under a warrant issued by the commissioners of the Gener al Cou rt of Massachusetts dated 25 October 1661 to the constable of South ertow n, Walter Palmer. However, Clarke "upon extraordinary occasion wa s, by t he Commissioners [of Southertown] and constable, set at liberty ." Southert own was the name given by Connecticut to the area called Misqu amicutt (lat er Westerly ) by the Rhode Islanders who were settling ther e. Saunders a nd Burdick were taken to Boston, where from testimony they g ave on 14 Nove mber 1661, it is learned that the Court of Rhode Island h ad allowed th em to purchase lands of the Indians there , and Burdick h ad "built a sma ll house there, upon the lot that layed out to him." "Jose ph Clark of Roa de Island, who was also apprehended in the company of t he two former perso ns , being all three in company, was released by the C onstable upon a ve ry urgent occasion." Clarke was the only one identifi ed as of "Road Island ," which indicates that he was a resident of the isl and of Roade Isla nd ( Newport or Portsmouth), and was not residing in Wes terly.
Joseph Clarke's name appears as one of the "purchasers and free inhabit an ts of our island, called Rhode-Island, and the rest of the colonie of P rov idence Plantations" in t h e charter granted to Rhode Island by Charl es I I, King of Great Britain, on 8 July 1663, and by order of this cha rt er he was appointed an assistant to the General Assembl y at New po rt on 1 March 1663/4. He served in this position again at meetin gs of t he General Assembly held at Newport on 4 Ma y 1664, in October 1 66 4, on 23 February 1664/5, and 3 May 1 665. He was not re-elected to th at p osition at the last meeting.
He appears to have had a son, whose name is not known, who was kill ed in 1 662 in unknown circumstances. At a General Court of Trials he ld at Newpo rt on 8 March 1663/4,
Upon accation of some debate in this Court Concearning the Death of a y ou ng neger sarvant to Mr. Benidict Arnold now govenor in the yeare 16 61 s oe Called and alsoe Concearning the Death of a son of Mr Joseph Clar ke n ow assistant in the yeare 1662 the Court declares themselves fully sa tisfi ed in the proceedings taken by the towne of Newport and the office rs ther of to the Enquiers after the Death of the parsones aforesd and th at the pr oceeding aforesayd wear e full y availeable sufficiente and unqu estonab le as to th e Clearing of all parsones from all maner of guilt Rel ati ng to th e Death of the parsones aforesd.
He appears to have lived in Newport for the rest of his life. Some histo ri es say he removed to Westerly, but a detailed study of the Rhode Isla nd Co lony Records shows that it was his son, Joseph, who was made a fre em an of Westerly in 1668, and appears there in 1669, 1671, and 1679. Jo se ph Clarke was appointed on 13 or 14 May 1667, to a committee by t he to wn of Newport to collect 155 pounds for the defense of that town a nd outfi tting the prison. He took leave of grand jury duty in 166 9: at a Cou rt of Trials held a t Newport , 10 May 1669, Mr. Joseph Clark e, who had be en selected by the town of Newport to serve on the grand ju ry , had not ap peared for his term, but considering "how much hee hath be en Imployed form erly and that in this Court his son Joseph w as prevayl ed with to Saply t he place of a grand Jury man. The Court doe Remitt t he aforesd Mr Joseph C larkes fine for not appearing." Mr. Joseph Clarke w as a Deputy for Newpo rt at meetings of the General Assembly held at Newpo rt on 6 May 1668, 28 O ctober 1668, 27 October 1669, 13 October 1670, 26 O ctober 1670, 25 Septemb er 1671 , 5 March 1671/2 , and 2 April 1672.
He was very active in the efforts of Rhode Island to thwart the des ig ns of Massachusetts and Connecticut to take the lands of the Narragan se tt region. On 20 Mar 1664/5, Joseph Clarke was among fourteen men ch os en at Pettasquamscutt to exercise the powers of Justices of the Pea ce or M agistrates for the Naragansett Country, or the King's Provin ce , by ord er of the King's Commissioners. On 2 May 1677, Mr . Joseph Cla rke was elec ted and engaged as an Assistant at a General Assembly and Ele ction he ld at Newport and was appointed to a Court of Justices of the P ea ce to be held in the Narragansett (or King's) Province on the 15 th of M ay for the speedy and peaceful settling of the inhabitants of th at regio n. He was an Assistant at the General Court of Trials held at New po rt on 7 May 1677, and shortly th ereafter took th e acknowledgeme nt of Tho mas and Liddia Burge of Newport on a sale of land in Dartmout h, Plymouth C olony, to Thomas Ward of Newport on 27 June 1677, in the cap acity of an As sistant. He was an Assistant at the General Court of Tria ls held at Newpo rt on 24 October 1677, 6 Ma y 1678, 23 October 1678, 17 M ay 1679, and 22 O ctober 1679 , and at General Assemb lies held at Newpo rt on 30 April 16 7 8, 1 May 1678, 25 Marc h 1679, 6 May 1679, 17 Septemb er 16 79 (at Westerly ), an d 4 May 1680. On 9 July 1679, he was a mong fo ur men, includ ing t he Governor and Deputy Governor , who supplied 18 pou nd s, 8 shillin gs in partial payment t o Mr. Arnold of 60 pound s the lat er paid to Cap t. Randal l Howldon and Capt. John Gr eene of Warwick on be half of th e Co lony. On 23 June 1681, t hese four petitioned the Gen er al Assembly for re payment o f the moneys they paid, which w as granted .
A "mr. Clarke" mentioned as holding 17 acres at Stony Riv e r in New po rt on behalf of John Alcock, deceased, for th e so n of the latt er in an i nventory dated 8 August 1677, m ay ha ve been Joseph Clark e, as he held la nd near Stony Riv er (se e above). In 1680, Joseph Clar ke of Newport was t axe d –1 13 s 3d. Mr. Joseph Clarke, "my loving friend ," was ma de an ov e rseer of the estate of Rev. Obadiah Holmes in th e wi ll o f the latter, da ted 9 April 1681. On 25 Septembe r 1685, Jos eph Cla rke, of Newport, and h is wife, Margaret , sold a 1/54 th part of Conanic ut Island, consisti ng of 8 9 acres, an d a 1/54th part of Dutch Island (w hich lies t o the we st o f Conanicut, or Jamestown) to Francis Brin le y of Newport fo r –10 0. This is the last official record o f Joseph Cl arke . He may have been m entioned with other ear ly church memb er s in a letter from Rev. Samuel Hu bbard t o John Thornton o f Providenc e, dated 19 December 1686.
Joseph Clarke left no will that has been found. In the wi l l of D r. Jo hn Clarke, dated 20 April 1676, Joseph Clark e i s said to have h ad two wi ves, his son John being by th e fir st. The will of Thomas Clark e, dat ed 28 July 1674, me ntion s Margaret, wife of his brother Joseph Cl ark e. An add endu m to the will of Thomas Clarke names the childr en of J os ep h Clarke that were alive on 19 December 1674: Joseph C lar ke , John Cla rke, William Clarke, Susannah (surname stru ck-out ), Mary ( surname struck -out), Joshua Clarke, Sarah C larke , Thomas Clarke, Kary ( Carew) Clark e, and Elizabeth C larke . Joseph Clarke may have had more ch ildren who di ed y oung , before 1674, or were born after 1674, although t he l at te r is unlikely. His death is recorded in the family B ib le he ld by t he descendants of his son, John.
Sources:
J. O. Austin, "The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island . " New Yor k, 1 887 [1982], pp. 47, 107, 188.
J. R. Bartlett, "Records of the Colony of Rhode Island a n d Providen ce Pl antations, in New England." Providence, 18 56 -1862 (Reprinted New Y ork, 1 968), vol. 1, pp. 67, 90-91 , 95 , 100, 111, 209, 301, 316, 354, 36 4, 36 6, 386, 408, 41 9, 42 1, 433, 455-456, 511; vol. 2, pp. 3, 6, 8, 1 3, 2 8, 37 -40, 6 1, 90, 93-94, 96, 197, 222, 236, 287, 350, 354, 4 11 , 43 1, 4 34, 565, 592; vol. 3, pp. 3, 5, 28, 30, 48, 68, 83 , 85, 1 01 -102.
L. P. Bates, "Saunders-Peckham," NEHGR, Vol. 63 (1909) , p . 198.
H. M. Chapin, "Documentary History of Rhode Island." Provi d ence, 191 9, v ol. 2, pp. 79-80, 92-93, 94-95, 117, 119-12 0 , 132.
E. P. Clark, "Family of Dr. John Clarke," Genealogies of R h ode Isla nd Fa milies From Rhode Island Periodicals, Vol . I . Genealogical Publish ing Co mpany, Baltimore, 1983, pp . 197 -200.
E. S. Gaustad, "Baptist Piety: The Last Will & Testimon y o f Obadiah Ho lm es." Christian University Press, 1978, wi ll r eproduced at http://www. gen web.net/~samcasey/obadiah.h tml.
G. A. Moriarty, "Clarke-Cooke (alias Carewe)-Kerrich," NEH G R, Vo l. 75 (1 921), pp. 273-301.
G. A. Morrison, "The 'Clarke' Families of Rhode Island." E v ening Po st Pr inting House, New York, 1902, pp. 23-24.
"Records of the Island of Rhode Island, 1638-1644." Rhod e I sland Archi ve s, Providence (original mss., and FHL Fil m #09 54960), pp. 65-66.
"Rhode Island Colonial Records, Proceedings of the Gener a l Assembly ." F HL Film #0947963, vol. 1, part 1, pp. 17, 3 0.
"Rhode Island Court Records: Records of the Court of Tria l s of the Co lo ny of Providence Plantations." Rhode Islan d Hi storical Society, Provi den ce, 1920, vol. 1 (1647-1662) , pp . 27, 39, 46, 55, 59; vol. 2 (1662-1 670 ), pp. 23, 28-3 1, 75 -79.
"Rhode Island Land Evidences, 1648-1696." Rhode Island His t orical Soci et y, Providence, pp. 54-56, 56-57, 123.
J. J. Smith, "Civil and Military List of Rhode Island, 164 7 -1800." Pro vi dence, 1900, pp. 1, 4, 9.
"Town of Jamestown, Land Evidence, Vol. 1 (1680-1739)." Ty p ed transcr ip t, FHL Film #0946901, pp. 6-10, 56-57 (69-7 0 i n original records).
He married first ------, about 1641 in Newport, Newport, R h ode Islan d. R esidence: Newport, Rhode Island.
Tobias Saunders of Westerly in his will, dated 9 August 16 8 8, mentio ns h is "cousin Joseph Clarke," probably the so n o f Joseph Clarke. Jose ph Cla rke Jr. was a neighbor and a ssoc iate of Tobias, who bade Clarke a nd Jo hn Maxson Sr. as sis t his widow as administratrix. As "cousin" w as oft en us ed t o denote a nephew, this would mean that Joseph Clark e' s f ir st wife was sister to Tobias Saunders. However, Josep h Cl ar ke Jr. w as also a true cousin to Mary (Peckham) Saun ders, T obias's w ife and daug hter of John and Mary (Clarke ) Peckham , and Saunders may ha ve been refer ring to him i n that sense.
Sources:
J. O. Austin, "The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island . " New Yor k, 1 887 [1982], p. 173.
L. P. Bates, "Saunders-Peckham," NEHGR, Vol. 63 (1909) , p . 198.
They had the following children: + 32 i. JOSEPH5 CLARK E . Born 11 Feb ru ary 1642/1643 in Newport, Newport, Rhode I sl and. Married(1) Bethiah H ubb ard.
+ 33 ii. JOHN5 CLARKE. Born about 1645 in Newport, Newpo r t, Rhode Is la nd. Married(1) Rebecca ------.
+ 34 iii. WILLIAM5 CLARKE. Born about 1647 in Newport, N e wport, R ho de Island. Married Hannah Weeden.
35 iv. SUSANNAH5 CLARKE. Born about 1650 in Newport , N ewport, Rho de Is land. Died after 1674. She may have mar rie d before 19 December 1 67 4, as her maiden name is crosse d ou t in the list of Joseph Clarke's c hil dren attached t o the w ill of Thomas Clarke.
+ 36 v. MARY5 CLARKE. Born about 1652 in Newport, Newpor t , Rhode Isl an d. Married William Peckham.
Joseph Clarke married second MARGARET ------, about 165 6 i n Newport, N ew port, Rhode Island. She died in 1694 in N ewpo rt, Newport, Rhode Isl an d. Residence: Newport, Newport , Rho de Island.
Margaret Clarke, wife of Joseph Clarke, was mentioned in t h e wi ll of h er brother-in-law, Thomas Clarke, dated 28 Ju l y 1674, and Jose ph Clar ke is said to have had two wive s i n the will of his other brothe r, Jo hn Clarke, dated 2 0 Apri l 1676. Therefore, Margaret must have be en his s econ d wife . On 25 September 1685, Joseph Clarke, of Newpor t, a nd hi s w ife, Margaret, sold a 1/54th part of Conanicut Isl and, c o nsisti ng of 89 acres, and a 1/54th part of Dutch Is land t o Francis Bri nl ey of Newport for –100. Several secon dary so urces list her as Margar et T urner, but there is n o known ev idence to support this contention.
Sources:
J. O. Austin, "The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island . " New Yor k, 1 887 [1982], p. 47.
G. A. Morrison, "The 'Clarke' Families of Rhode Island." E v ening Po st Pr inting House, New York, 1902.
"Rhode Island Land Evidences, 1648-1696." Rhode Island His t orical Soci et y, Providence, pp. 56-57.
"Town of Jamestown, Land Evidence, Vol. 1 (1680-1739)." F H L Film #0946 90 1, pp. 69-70.
They had the following children: 37 i. ------5 CLARK E ( Son). Bo rn ab out 1657 in Newport, Newport, Rhode Island . Di ed in 1662 in Newpor t, New port, Rhode Island.
+ 38 ii. JOSHUA5 CLARKE. Born about 1660 in Newport, New p ort, Rho de Is land. Married Alice Phillips.
+ 39 iii. SARAH5 CLARKE. Born 29 January 1663/4 in Newpo r t, Newpor t, R hode Island. Married Thomas Reynolds.
+ 40 iv. THOMAS5 CLARKE. Born about 1666 in Newport, New p ort, Rho de Is land. Married Elizabeth ------.
+ 41 v. CAREW5 CLARKE. Born about 1668 in Newport, Newpo r t, Rhode Is la nd. Married Anne Dyer.
42 vi. ELIZABETH5 CLARKE. Born about 1670 in Newport , N ewport, Rho de I sland.
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General Notes: Child - Carewe Clarke

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General Notes: Child - Mary Clarke

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He was married to Mary Clarke.(226) Until quite recently the marriage of John Peckham and Mary Clarke (sister of Doctor John Clarke ), was a matter of supposition supported by purely circumstantial eviden ce. The late researches of Mr . Byron J. Peckham in the early records of Bristol County , Massachusetts, at Taunton, have settled by absolute record evidence the question of this marriage.
Concerning Mary Clarke, John Peckham's first wife, the line of whose descent has been fully established, a Bible which belonged to her brother, Doctor John Clarke, which contains several generations preceding and follow ing their advent in America, is still in existence, in the possession of
Professor Doctor John C. C. Clarke of Upper Alton, Ill.
329. Mary Clarke died before 1648. Children were:
i. John Peckham was born about 1645 in Newport, Newport, R I . He died about 1712.
ii. William Peckham.
iii. Mary Peckham.
iv. Thomas Peckham.
John married Mary CLARKE, daughter of Thomas CLARKE and Rose KERIDGE, about 1637. Mary was christened 17 Jul 1607 in Westhorp, Suffolk, England. She died 1648 in Newport, Newport , Rhode Island.
Mary was christened 26 Jul 1607 in Westhorpe, Suffolk, Engl and.
Little Compton Families, page 486. Sister of John Clarke.
Sources: Genealogies of RI Families; C. Merton Babcock; 1 6 0 Allied Fam il ies;
NEHGR, v75, p279.
C.M. Babcock: Mary Clarke, baptized 17 July 1607; marrie d John Pec kh am of Newport, RI.
RI Families: Merie Clark, baptized 17 July 1607. (Vol . 1 , page 198. B ib le records.)
160 Families: Mary Clarke, born 1607.
NEHGR: Mary Clarke, baptized at Westhorpe 26 July 1607 ( 1 7 July 160 7, ac cording to a Bible record). Said to have m arried __ Peckham of Newp ort, R .I.
MARY4 CLARKE (Thomas3, John2, John1). She was baptized 2 6 J uly 16 07 in Westhorpe, Suffolk, England. She died abou t 1647 in Newport, Newport, Rhode Island. Residence: Newpor t, Rhode Island.
Mary Clarke probably came to the Colonies at the same time as her brothers, Thomas, John and Joseph, and probably married John Peckham after arriving in Rhode Island as she was apparently granted land by the to wn of Newport, possibl y before her marriage. Mary Clark of Newport had her land in Newport recorded immediately after that of John Peckham , so meti me between March 1641 and 16 March 1642. Her land s consisted of 40 acres "lying upon the millbrook alias ham brook." Peckham's land also lay near the Hambrook mill. I t seems unlikely that the town would grant b oth in dividuals land if they were already married. Two deeds, one from Joshua Coggeshall to Walter Cunigrave dated 30 May 1651, and one from Walter Cunigrave to John Green dated 6 June 1651 , describe lands in Newpo rt adjoining "land granted by th e Town of Newport unto Mary Clarke now deceased some time the wife of John Peckham," the first of which deeds was witnessed by John and Elizabeth Clarke, probably the brother o f Mary Clarke and his wife.
Sources:
J. O. Austin, "The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island . " New York, 1 887 [1982], pp. 147-148.
G. A. Moriarty, "Clarke-Cooke (alias Carewe)-Kerrich," NEH G R, Vo l. 75 (1 921), pp. 273-301.
G. A. Morrison, "The 'Clarke' Families of Rhode Island." E v ening Po st Pr inting House, New York, 1902, p. 14.
S. F. Peckham, "John Peckham of Newport, R.I., and som e o f his descend an ts," NEHGR, Vol. 57 (1903), pp. 31-39.
"Records of the Island of Rhode Island, 1638-1644." Rhode I sland Archi ve s, Providence (FHL Film #0954960), p. 52.
"Rhode Island Land Evidences, 1648-1696." Rhode Island Hist orical Soci et y, Providence, pp. 185-186.
B. F. Wilbour, "Little Compton Families." Little Compton H i st. Soc., 1 96 7.

Mary PECKHAM (John ) was born 1643 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island. She died 1695 in Westerly, Kings Co., Rhode Island.

Mrs. Louise Prosser Bates of Westerly, a highly educated woman and descended from Tobias Saunders and Joseph Clarke and William Crumb, spent years in research of original records in Westerly and left her papers by bequest to the state of RI. Unfortunately they have never been printed. The following is from her papers: "The first wife of Joseph Clarke (brother of Dr. John Clarke who is often called the founder of Newport, RI) was a sister of Tobias Saunders. Tobias married Mary Peckham, daughter of John Peckham and Mary Clarke, sister of Joseph Clarke. Tobias and Mary (Peckham) Saunders had a daughter Mercy Saunders who was the first wife of William Crumb (Daniel-1)." This statement is included in the Genealogy of the Peckham.
Conclusive proof is found in disposition of the estate of James Peckham, son of John & Mary Peckham who died unmarried and intestate 26 Jeb 1711/2. One 25 Dec 1712, Peter & Elizabeth (Saunders) Barker were among James' heirs giving a power of attorney to Philip and William Peckham and John Taylor to sell James' realty. Elizabeth (Saunders) Babcock and her husband James Babcock appointed her brother-in-law, Peter Barker, to "receive in charge, all legacies...[from the estate of] their honored uncle James Peckham." On 19 May 1712, Edward, John, Stephen and Benjamin Saunders appointed their brother-in-law Peter Barker to transact business for them and their sister, Elizabeth. (Bristol Co. Deeds 8:70).

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General Notes: Child - Margaret Clarke

Birth also reported as 1 Feb 1599/00. Unlikely in light of parents reported
marriage. Some sources also show 2 Margarets, one with each birth date. Birth
also reported as Saxtead, ENG.


General Notes: Child - Thomas Clarke Jr.

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Thomas Clarke Jr. and Susan Amanda Edwards




Husband Thomas Clarke Jr. 4 7 8 9

           Born: March 31, 1605 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 4
       Baptized: March 31, 1605 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 4
           Died: December 2, 1674 - Newport, Newport, RI 4
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Clarke Sr. 1 7 8 9
         Mother: Rose Kerrich 1 7 8 9


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Susanna Ring 4 7 8 9 - 1634 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA 4 7 8 9




Wife Susan Amanda Edwards

           Born: June 9, 1814
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 25, 1836
         Buried: 


         Father: Nye Edwards 44
         Mother: Sukey Peckham 44





Children

General Notes: Husband - Thomas Clarke Jr.

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Thomas Clarke Jr. and Susanna Ring




Husband Thomas Clarke Jr. 4 7 8 9

           Born: March 31, 1605 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 4
       Baptized: March 31, 1605 - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 4
           Died: December 2, 1674 - Newport, Newport, RI 4
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Clarke Sr. 1 7 8 9
         Mother: Rose Kerrich 1 7 8 9


       Marriage: 1634 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA 4 7 8 9

   Other Spouse: Susan Amanda Edwards




Wife Susanna Ring 4 7 8 9

           Born: 1610 - England 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 28, 1697 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA 4
         Buried: 


         Father: 
         Mother: Mary Ring 4




         Father: William Ring 7 8 9
         Mother: Mary Durrant 7 8 9





Children
1 M Andrew Clark 7 8 9

           Born: 1635 - Plymouth Colony, MA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1706 - Harwich, MA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mehitable Scotto 7 8 9
           Marr: 1671 - Boston, Suffolk, MA 7 8 9



2 M James Clark 4

           Born: 1637 - Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1731 - Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 4
         Buried: 



3 M Thomas Clarke III 4

           Born: 1636 - Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, USA 4
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           Died: 
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4 M William Clarke 4

           Born: 1634 - Ipswich, Essex, Massachusets, USA 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
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5 M Cornelius Clark 4

           Born: October 1639 - Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, USA 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
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6 M Jacob Clark 4

           Born:  - Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, USA 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
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7 M Nathaniel Clark 4

           Born: 1665 - Massachusetts, USA 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
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8 F Sarah Clark 4

           Born: 1649 - Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, USA 4
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - England 4
         Buried: 



9 F Susanna Clark 4

           Born: 1650 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 28, 1697 - Barnstable, Barnstable, MA 4
         Buried: 



10 M William Clark 4

           Born: 1639 - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA 4
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Plymouth, Plymouth, MA 4
         Buried: 



11 M Josiah Clarke 4

           Born: 1647 - Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, USA 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1734 - Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA 4
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Thomas Clarke Jr.

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General Notes: Wife - Susanna Ring

AFN: 8NXG-GV


Notes: Marriage

_STATMARRIED


General Notes: Child - Andrew Clark

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Wallace Francis Clarke and Hannah Blanchard Coffin




Husband Wallace Francis Clarke

           Born: 1853
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1905 - Dorchester Mass
         Buried: 


         Father: John Charles Clark
         Mother: Matilda Mutch


       Marriage: 




Wife Hannah Blanchard Coffin

           Born: July 19, 1847
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Charles Coffin
         Mother: Harriet Pigot





Children
1 M Albert Clarke

           Born: 1868
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Francis Clarke

           Born: 1872
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1953
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Duff



3 M Ernest Clarke

           Born: 1874
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M William Clarke

           Born: 1876
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 F Lottie Clarke

           Born: 1880
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M James B. Clarke

           Born: 1883
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Daniel Potter and Wealthy Clarke




Husband Daniel Potter

           Born: May 24, 1799 - Berlin, Rensselaer Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Robert Potter
         Mother: Lydia Crandall


       Marriage: June 6, 1818




Wife Wealthy Clarke

           Born: 1799
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Lydia M. Potter

           Born: February 23, 1820
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Robert Clarke Potter

           Born: May 25, 1822
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Husband - Daniel Potter

Y


Death Notes: Wife - Wealthy Clarke

Y


Death Notes: Child - Lydia M. Potter

Y


Death Notes: Child - Robert Clarke Potter

Y
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Wells Clarke and Mary Kenyon




Husband Wells Clarke

           Born: February 15, 1777 - Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1835
         Buried: 


         Father: Joshua Clarke
         Mother: Elizabeth Dodge


       Marriage: 




Wife Mary Kenyon

           Born: 1777
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Hannah Clarke

           Born: 1802 - Richmond, Washington, Rhode Island
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: James Babcock



2 F Mary Clarke

           Born: December 1, 1796
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 27, 1866
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Peter Thomas Clarke




Death Notes: Wife - Mary Kenyon

Y


Death Notes: Child - Hannah Clarke

Y
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Weston Clarke and Mary Easton




Husband Weston Clarke 45

           Born: April 5, 1648 - Newport, , Newport, RI 45
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1728 - Newport, , Newport, RI 45
         Buried: 
       Marriage: December 25, 1668 - Newport, , Newport, RI 45




Wife Mary Easton 45

           Born: September 25, 1648 - Newport, , Newport, RI 45
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 16, 1690 - Newport, , Newport, RI 45
         Buried: 


         Father: Peter Easton 45 46
         Mother: Ann Coggeshall 45 46





Children

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William Clarke and Martha Walker




Husband William Clarke

           Born: 1553
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1624
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Clarke
         Mother: Martha Micklewood


       Marriage: 




Wife Martha Walker

           Born: 1553
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M John Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary Morton



2 M Thomas Clarke

           Born: 1583 - Wrotham, Kent, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1674 - Holton, Suffolk, England
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Rose Kerrich




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William Clarke and Hannah Weeden




Husband William Clarke

           Born: September 30, 1643 - Westerly, Washington, RI
       Baptized: 
           Died: September 3, 1683
         Buried: 


         Father: Joseph Clarke Sr. 1
         Mother: Hannah Weeden 1 2 3 4


       Marriage: 1672




Wife Hannah Weeden 1 2 3 4

            AKA: Hannah Weeden Clarke
           Born: 1620 - Portsmouth, Newport, RI 1 4
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1694 - Westerly, Washington, RI 1 4
         Buried: 


         Father: William Weeden 1 5
         Mother: Abigail Bailey 1 4 5



   Other Spouse: Joseph Clarke Sr. 1

   Other Spouse: Thomas Peckham 1 6 - Newport, Newport, RI

   Other Spouse: Joseph Clarke 1 - November 16, 1664 - Westerly, Washington, RI 1

Noted events in her life were:
1. Ancestral File



Children

General Notes: Wife - Hannah Weeden

AFN: 35L0-FJAFN: Z3RM-9Q
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William Clarke and Margery




Husband William Clarke 4

           Born:  - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 4
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA 4
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Clarke Sr. 1 7 8 9
         Mother: Rose Kerrich 1 7 8 9


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Katherine Bunce 4 - October 16, 1650 - Hartford, Hartford, CT 4

   Other Spouse: Mary Sherman - December 25, 1665 - Wenham, Essex, MA

   Other Spouse: Margery Clarke




Wife Margery

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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William Clarke and Mary Sherman




Husband William Clarke 4

           Born:  - Westhorpe, Suffolk, England 4
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA 4
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Clarke Sr. 1 7 8 9
         Mother: Rose Kerrich 1 7 8 9


       Marriage: December 25, 1665 - Wenham, Essex, MA

   Other Spouse: Margery

   Other Spouse: Katherine Bunce 4 - October 16, 1650 - Hartford, Hartford, CT 4

   Other Spouse: Margery Clarke




Wife Mary Sherman

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 

   Other Spouse: William Clark - December 25, 1665 - Wenham, Essex, MA



Children
1 F Lydia Clark 4

            AKA: Lydia Clearke, Gott
           Born: October 31, 1642 - Lynn, Essex, MA 4 47
       Baptized: 
           Died:  - Wenham, Essex, MA 4 47
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Charles Gott Jr.
           Marr: December 25, 1665 - Wenham, Essex, Massachusetts, , ,




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William Clarke




Husband William Clarke 48

           Born: 1480 - Forde Hall, Wrotham, Kent, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John Of Forde Clerke 48
         Mother: Lucia Moyle 48


       Marriage: 




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Agnes Clarke

           Born: 1508 - Forde Hall, Wrotham, Kent, England
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1557 - England
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Simon Stone 49
           Marr: 1533 - Great Bromley, Essex, , England




Death Notes: Husband - William Clarke

Y
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William A. Clarke




Husband William A. Clarke

           Born: November 18, 1835
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Stephen S. Clarke
         Mother: Azubah Woodcock


       Marriage: 1873




Wife

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

Death Notes: Husband - William A. Clarke

Y
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William Bliss Clarke and Relief Aldrich Woodcock




Husband William Bliss Clarke

           Born: November 14, 1807 - Brookfield, Madison Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 1, 1896 - Andover, Allegany Co., New York
         Buried: 


         Father: Hazard Perry Clarke
         Mother: Phebe Whitford


       Marriage: October 24, 1839 - Independence, Allegany Co., New York

Noted events in his life were:
1. Religion, Seventh-day Baptist




Wife Relief Aldrich Woodcock

           Born: February 6, 1819 - Swanzey, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 8, 1899 - Andover, Allegany Co., New York
         Buried: 



Children
1 M George J. Clarke

           Born: January 15, 1850 - Andover, Allegany Co., New York
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 10, 1893
         Buried: 



2 M Whitford M. Clarke

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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William Maxson Clarke and Fanny Maxson




Husband William Maxson Clarke

           Born: June 24, 1823
       Baptized: 
           Died: June 10, 1887 - Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry Clarke
         Mother: Lucy Clarke


       Marriage: 




Wife Fanny Maxson

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1901
         Buried: 


         Father: Alfred Maxson
         Mother: Mary  Polly Clarke





Children

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Phillip Norman Dewing and Clarkson




Husband Phillip Norman Dewing

           Born: November 17, 1901 - Ellsworth, Kan
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 15, 1979 - Oceanside, Cal
         Buried: 


         Father: Clarence Edwin Dewing
         Mother: Eva L. North


       Marriage: 

Noted events in his life were:
1. Occupation, Sales Manager, Naval Officer




Wife Clarkson

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Dewing

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Dillard



2 M Dewing

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Schaeffler




General Notes: Husband - Phillip Norman Dewing

info on this family from his son Douglas, and Jay his son has 1901 for his birth year, so does the ssdi PHILIP DEWING SSN 440-01-2628 Residence: 92054 Oceanside, San Diego, CA Born 17 Nov 1901 Last Benefit: Died Nov 1979 Issued: OK (Before 1951)

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General Notes: Wife - Clarkson

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General Notes: Child - Dewing

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General Notes: Child - Dewing

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Robert Eugene Van Sickle and Holly Clarkson




Husband Robert Eugene Van Sickle

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Charles Edward Van Sickle
         Mother: Ruby Ilean Rohrer


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Jeannie  Van Sickle




Wife Holly Clarkson

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Trisha Van Sickle

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Leonard McMullen and Susan Clarkson




Husband Leonard McMullen

           Born: 1854
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas McMullen
         Mother: Polly Wayman


       Marriage: 




Wife Susan Clarkson

           Born: 1865
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Thomas Harrison Clarkson and Fanny Farrington




Husband Thomas Harrison Clarkson

           Born: 1870 - Elmira, Chemung County, New York, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1900 - Elmira, Chemung County, New York, USA




Wife Fanny Farrington

           Born: 1880 - Elmira, Chemung County, New York, USA
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Ebenezer Ward Farrington
         Mother: Estelle Gerity





Children

General Notes: Husband - Thomas Harrison Clarkson

was in Source: "Farringtons" pg 123


General Notes: Wife - Fanny Farrington

/Clarkson/

was in Source; "Farringtons" pg 123
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Waldren De Santo Claro and Margaret De Normandy




Husband Waldren De Santo Claro

           Born:  - Santo Claro Normandy France
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Margaret De Normandy

           Born: 1028
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Richard De Normandie The Third  Fifth Duke Of Normandie
         Mother: Adela Capet





Children
1 F Agnes De St Clare

           Born: 1066
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Robert II De Brus




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Bromley C. Sweet and Laura E. Clary




Husband Bromley C. Sweet 50

           Born: January 29, 1834
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Campbell Sweet 50
         Mother: Margaret Caroline Comins 50


       Marriage: 




Wife Laura E. Clary 50

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Edward C. Sweet

           Born: June 2, 1878
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Eugene Sweet 50

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Carloine A. Sweet 50

           Born: February 14, 1882
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M Elmer Sweet 50

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ethel Staples 50




General Notes: Husband - Bromley C. Sweet

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General Notes: Wife - Laura E. Clary

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General Notes: Child - Edward C. Sweet

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General Notes: Child - Eugene Sweet

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General Notes: Child - Carloine A. Sweet

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General Notes: Child - Elmer Sweet

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William Mower and Martha Clary




Husband William Mower

           Born: March 9, 1813 - Farmington, , Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 16, 1855 - Jay, Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: William Mower
         Mother: Eliza Wyman


       Marriage: 1847




Wife Martha Clary

           Born: 1827 - Waldoboro, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children

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Samuel Snow and Persis Clary




Husband Samuel Snow

           Born: 1802 - Monroe, Waldo, ME
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 17, 1861 - Jackson, Waldo, ME
         Buried: 


         Father: Aaron Snow
         Mother: Eunice Philbrook


       Marriage: 




Wife Persis Clary

           Born: February 10, 1809
       Baptized: 
           Died: April 7, 1874
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Caroline Mary Snow

           Born: 1831 - Jackson, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 29, 1908 - Bangor, ME
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Benjamin Randel Files
           Marr: April 27, 1851 - Jackson, Maine



2 F Ashley Clary Snow

           Born: March 17, 1834
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Mary J. Snow

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M Frank A. Snow

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M Edwin Snow

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Child - Caroline Mary Snow

Caroline was the daughter of Samuel and Persis (Clay) Snow.

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1. Chad Rousseau, chadrousseau@me.com
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Joseph Faulkingham and Caroline M. Clatinbough




Husband Joseph Faulkingham 7 8 9

           Born: September 24, 1817 - Port Medway, Queens Ounty, Nova Scotia, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1854 - Liverpool, Nova Scotia
         Buried: 


         Father: Philip John Faulkingham 7 8 9
         Mother: Catherine Elizabeth Hahn 7 8 9


       Marriage: December 7, 1841 7 8 9




Wife Caroline M. Clatinbough 7 8 9

           Born: December 1821 - Port Midway, NS, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 20, 1919 - Jonesport, Maine
         Buried: 


         Father: John Clatinbough 8 9
         Mother: Caroline Hopkins 8 9





Children
1 F Sarah C. Faulkingham 7 8 9

           Born: March 5, 1848 - Beals Island, Maine
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 1, 1929 - Beals Island, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Nathaniel Alley 7 8 9
           Marr: 1868 - Jonesport, Maine 7 8 9




General Notes: Husband - Joseph Faulkingham

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General Notes: Wife - Caroline M. Clatinbough

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Notes: Marriage

_STATMARRIED


General Notes: Child - Sarah C. Faulkingham

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John Clatinbough and Caroline Hopkins




Husband John Clatinbough 8 9

           Born: 1797 - Nova Scotia, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1897
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1820 8 9




Wife Caroline Hopkins 8 9

           Born: June 22, 1807
       Baptized: 
           Died: 1907
         Buried: 


         Father: Dryal  Driel Hopkins
         Mother: Sarah Danley





Children
1 F Caroline M. Clatinbough 7 8 9

           Born: December 1821 - Port Midway, NS, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: March 20, 1919 - Jonesport, Maine
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Joseph Faulkingham 7 8 9
           Marr: December 7, 1841 7 8 9




General Notes: Husband - John Clatinbough

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General Notes: Wife - Caroline Hopkins

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Notes: Marriage

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General Notes: Child - Caroline M. Clatinbough

1 _UID EA14C8EA6585C149BA4B73A81C88B9496AC6
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Owen Clatlin and Julia Hunting




Husband Owen Clatlin

           Born:  - Hopkinton, Mass
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 26, 1850
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Julia Hunting

           Born: May 21, 1793 - Needham, Norfolk, Mass
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 16, 1865 - Lexington, Mass
         Buried: 


         Father: Israel Hunting 51
         Mother: Rhoda Dewing 51





Children

General Notes: Husband - Owen Clatlin

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Death Notes: Wife - Julia Hunting

age 71 yrs. 9 mos. a widow


General Notes: Wife - Julia Hunting

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Lenos John Smith and Elizabeth Maud Clattenburg




Husband Lenos John Smith

           Born: May 25, 1892 - Nappan, Cum Co, Nova Scotia, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: November 1, 1958
         Buried: 


         Father: John Sydney Smith
         Mother: Frances Mary Black


       Marriage: December 7, 1917 - Halifax, Halifax Co, Nova Scotia, Canada




Wife Elizabeth Maud Clattenburg

           Born: May 10, 1896 - Nappan, Cum Co, Nova Scotia, Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: February 28, 1958
         Buried: 



Children

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George Clattenburg and Durantha Weir




Husband George Clattenburg

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Durantha Weir

           Born: June 28, 1820
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Charles Weir
         Mother: Catherine Elizabeth Krause





Children

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Adelard Claude and Alice Trinque




Husband Adelard Claude

           Born:  - Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Alice Trinque

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Phillip Claude

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Dorothy Larochelle




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Phillip Claude and Dorothy Larochelle




Husband Phillip Claude

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Adelard Claude
         Mother: Alice Trinque


       Marriage: 




Wife Dorothy Larochelle

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Napoleon Larochelle
         Mother: Alice Michaud





Children

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Gordiani III Dardania and Claudia Clodius Claudia




Husband Gordiani III Dardania

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Gothicus Dardania
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 




Wife Claudia Clodius Claudia

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Claudius II Emper Rome
         Mother: 




         Father: Marcus Aurelis Falvius Claudis Gothicus Rome
         Mother: 





Children
1 M Gothicus Dardania

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Tiberius Claudius and Amelia Lepida




Husband Tiberius Claudius

           Born: August 1, 0010 - Lugundum  Lyons
       Baptized: 
           Died: October 13, 0054
         Buried:  - Maus Of Augustus
       Marriage: 




Wife Amelia Lepida

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Paullus
         Mother: Julia Agrippina





Children
1 F Genvissa

           Born: 0050 - Iceni
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Arviragus




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Claus and Sarah Ellen Morgan




Husband Claus

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Sarah Ellen Morgan

           Born: August 7, 1868 - Sullivan Twp. Grey Co. Ontario
       Baptized: 
           Died: May 26, 1937 - Eloise, Wayne Co. MI
         Buried: 


         Father: Henry John Morgan
         Mother: Jane Nora Barss



   Other Spouse: Phanuel Dick  Davis Barnum - August 8, 1888



Children

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Jacob Overholt and Rachael Claus




Husband Jacob Overholt

           Born: December 9, 1811 - Canada
       Baptized: 
           Died: July 6, 1877 - IA
         Buried: 


         Father: John Overholt
         Mother: Sarah Hand


       Marriage: 




Wife Rachael Claus

           Born: March 16, 1818
       Baptized: 
           Died: August 1889 - IA
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Nicholas Claus Overholt

           Born: November 7, 1835
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ella Wooward



2 M John Charles Overholt

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M William Henry Overholt

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M George Overholt

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M Fred Overholt

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 F Margaret June Overholt

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Russell



7 F Meada Overholt

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Randall



8 F Alaemeda E. Overholt

           Born: June 13, 1850
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Hill




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Clauss and Fudala




Husband Clauss

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Fudala

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Frances J. Fudala
         Mother: 





Children

General Notes: Husband - Clauss

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McCormick and Claussen




Husband McCormick

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Edward V. McCormick
         Mother: Shirley Hinkston


       Marriage: 




Wife Claussen

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F McCormick

           Born: 
       Baptized: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - McCormick

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General Notes: Wife - Claussen

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General Notes: Child - McCormick

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Antoine Clave and Madeleine Franc




Husband Antoine Clave

           Born: 1657 - Ste-Foy-La-Grande, Bordeaux, Gironde, France
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       Marriage:  - Ste-Foy-La-Grande, Bordeaux, Gironde, France




Wife Madeleine Franc

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Children
1 M Francois Calve

           Born: 1692 - Ste-Foy-La-Grande, Bordeaux, Gironde, France
       Baptized:  - Ste-Foy-La-Grande, Bordeaux, Gironde, France
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         Spouse: Angelique Marie Brunet Fauvel
           Marr: August 30, 1723 - St-Joachim, Pointe-Claire, Ile-DE-Montrťal, Qc




Death Notes: Husband - Antoine Clave

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Death Notes: Child - Francois Calve

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Robitaille and Claveau




Husband Robitaille

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         Father: Louis Robitaille
         Mother: Marie Alice Goulet


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Wife Claveau

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Gaudreault and Claveau




Husband Gaudreault

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Wife Claveau

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1 F Gaudreault

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Claveau and St Pierre




Husband Claveau

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         Father: Lorenzo Claveau
         Mother: Emma Desgagne


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Wife St Pierre

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         Father: Charles Alphonse St Pierre
         Mother: Elise Tremblay





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Georges Henri Munger and Antoinette Claveau




Husband Georges Henri Munger

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Wife Antoinette Claveau

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1 M Munger

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         Spouse: St Pierre



2 M Munger

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