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Georgia Taylor (View posts)
Posted: 1005944248000
Classification: Query
Surnames: CLARK
Want to verify the connection:
Abraham Clark, Signer
Thomas Clark, son, prisoner at New York Sugar House, Rev. War.
Abraham Clark, grandson,b. 1785 d. Mar. 24, 1843 Venango Co. PA
I am checking on:
James Jackson Clark, great-grandson, b. 1817 d. Apr. 15, 1894 Clarion Co. PA.

Re: DAR lookup>CLARK>PA>

Jan DAR Volunteer (View posts)
Posted: 1006004160000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Clark

I am sorry that I cannot verify your connections, we are simply checking the Patriot Index for possible patriots in the Rev War. There is a Thomas listed, born 1755 and died 9/22/1832 in NewYork, married to a Mary. He was a private in New York.

Let me know if I can be of any further help.

Best regards, Jan
DAR Volunteer Information Specialist
This is a free look-up service provided by DAR volunteers at the DAR message board

Re: DAR lookup>CLARK>PA>

Posted: 1367108126000
Classification: Query
I wrote a novel about Abraham Clark, signer, and his family and the Revolutionary War. It is titled, A FOUNDER FOR ALL, and is available on Amazon. Great reviews so far. Check the book website,

My family says we are direct descendants of Abraham Clark...although we do not have the paperwork to prove it, just family stories.

I am presently writing my next novel which will be about Andrew, Abraham's son.
Barb Baltrinic
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