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John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn.

Helen Marie Myers Kyes

John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn.

and some of his decendants

by Helen Marie Myers Kyes

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Published by Helen Myers Kyes in Parker, S.D .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clarke, John, d. 1674.,
  • Clark family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes additional notes in manuscript to 1923.

    Statementcompiled and published by Helen Myers Kyes.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.C6 1912
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 p. ;
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6657482M
    LC Control Number23014453
    OCLC/WorldCa5206835

    Clark siblings of Hartford, CT ('s) By Steven Bird Septem at I have been studying the Clark(e) family of Hartford, Windsor and Wethersfield, CT (first found there in the 's and 's).I want to postulate a theory of relationships, and invite others to "knock holes in it" if possible. John CLARK Sam'll BUSHNELL James WRIGHT ***** Entered May 17th The mark that Titus LOVELAND puts on his creatures is a half Crop on the upper side of the off or Right ear. ~~~~~ Saybrook Land Records Book 2 Page The marriage & Children of Stephen & Hannah POST Entered Jan'y ye 19th /4.

    From Town and miscellaneous records of Saybrook, Connecticut. "William Parker married Margery Allen daughter of William Allen of London England, afterward married Elizabeth Pratt widow of Lieut. Wm. Pratt & Daughter of John Clarke 1st. He was a doctor. He died Dec. 21, He was the son of John Parker of Dantry of Northamptonshire Eng. Search individuals in the Geneanet Genealogy Library. Help and Frequently Asked Questions.

    Saybrook Land Records Book 1 Page 1 Robert LAY Transactions Land of Robert LAY in potopauge quarter bought of John LAY Senior his house and land adjoining to it of 24 akers abuting east upon the cove and west upon the Comons. abuttng north east and Southeast upon the land of will PRAT. Society of the Descendants of the Founders of Hartford. PO Box , West Hartford, CT Contact Us Today.


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John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn by Helen Marie Myers Kyes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book Title: John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn, and some of his descendants. GEDCOM Source. Connecticut Town Death Records, pre (Barbour Collection) Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, Original data - White, Lorraine Cook, ed.

The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Children: Mary Stevens, Elizabeth Clark, Abigail Newton, John Clark, Jr., Elizabeth Parker. John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn., and some of his descendants [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn.: and some of his decendants [Helen Marie Myers Kyes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Helen Marie Myers Kyes.

Title: John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn., and some of his descendants Publisher: John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn., and some of his descendants Number of pages: 25 pages Year: - Language: English Topics: Geography, United States.

Compiled by Timothy Lester Jacobs, SDFH Genealogist. JOHN 1 CLARKE, HARTFORD FOUNDER was born abt. in England, and died 05 Feb /74 in Milford, CT. He married (1) poss ELIZABETH ____.

Conn. book was born in England, and died bef. Apr in poss Saybrook, CT. Buy John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn: And some of his decendants by Kyes, Helen Marie Myers (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Helen Marie Myers Kyes. The John Clark who resided in Cambridge and Hartford served once as a hogreeve and twice as a juror.

The John Clark of Saybrook and Milford served repeatedly as deputy to the Connecticut court and held other high offices. None of the records for the John Clark of Cambridge and Hartford indicates that he had a wife or children. In the divisions of andhis name ceases to appear. A John Clark, whether the same, I know not, was a juror at Hartford, Sept.

and Oct. also a deputy. May, A John Clark also had ten children baptized in the first church of Hartford in JOHN CLARK OF SAYBROOK. New Haven Colony is now part of the state of Connecticut. John Clark of Hartford, Saybrook, Milford is said to have come in to Newtowne (now Cambridge, MA).

The following was written by Flora Alice (Clark) Gardner about She is a daughter of Charles Henry Clark Sr. and Margaret Jane (Morris). She was born Lived in Chevy Chase. John Clark has the distinction of being descended from three apparantly unrelated Clark lines: 1GGF(A=8) Capt.

Daniel Clark 2GGF(A=26) John Clark, of Saybrook 2GGF(A=28) William Clark, of Hartford The latter two, John and William, were perhaps brothers, and are so assumed in this report.

A Belated Reply: The English Origins of John and William Pratt of Connecticut. by Matthew Grow. A slightly edited version of this article was published in the New England Historical and Genalogical Register by the New England Historical and Genealogical Society, Newbury Street, Boston MassachusettsVolume CXLIX, OctoberPages WILLIAM 1 PRATT, LIEUT., HARTFORD FOUNDER (WILLIAM A) was baptized 06 Jun in poss Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England, and died bef.

20 Feb /79 in Saybrook, CT. He married ELIZABETH CLARK bef. in Hartford, CT, daughter of JOHN CLARKE and ____. She was born abt. in England, and died aft. in prob Saybrook, CT. The John Clarke that was in Hartford went to Saybrook.

Included are copies of writings that support this conclusion. The first is from Donald Lines Jacobus genealogy Hale, House, and Related Families about John Clark of Saybrook, Connecticut.

John Clarke (d) immigrated in from England to Newtowne (later Cambridge), Massachusetts, and moved to Hartford, Connecticut in Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Michigan, Illinois, Iowa and elsewhere.

Typescript additions tipped in between p. and 8 p. of additions tipped in at end. Includes later manuscript notes. "John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn., and Some of His Descendants", by Helen Myers Kyes "Some Colonial Franciscos and Some of their Descendants", Complied by Helen Myers Kyes In Collaboration with Lola Drennan Ashcraft - Original Manuscript never published.

Pg 76 (Conn) 17th century. He was an Indian interpreter. John Clark was born in England. He was an original proprietor of Hartford, Connecticut, although apparently he was not one of the original settlers.

He was a member of the Hartford contingent in the Pequot War in By he had settled in Saybrook, Conn. Genealogy discussion about John Clark, of Hartford - Place of birth and travel on the Elizabeth. Preview: I am sure all the different John Clark's are driving us all crazy, but this place of birth does not match the story that he came on t.

Please note that this is NOT the John Clark who married Sarah Smith and Mary Walker and who died in West Haven, CT. There is no proof that this John Clark of Farmington is the son of John Clark, founder of Hartford, Saybrook who died in Milford, CT in Biography.

From Find-a-grave: Birth: unknown. Death: Nov. 22, - Orig. Settler at Hartford Conn N. Reg. Vol. 4; - Hall p. A 6 B !SOURCE: Also "Clark Family in America," by Earl W. Clark, mss. A 11 A 36, p. NOTE: John Clark was of Great Munden, Hertfordshire, England and later of Saybrook, Middlesex, Connecticut.

NOTE: John was also baptized 14 Nov and 6 Jun ; endowed 15 Nov Facts and Events. Name: John Clarke: Gender: Male: Birth?: Of Ipswich Co., Suffolk, England: Death?: Abt. For his service his sons John, Jeremiah, and Jonathan of Stamford were granted 20 acres of land each at Connecticut in Captain John Mason (b.

d. JanuWindsor, Saybrook and Norwich, Connecticut Colony) Led Connecticut Colony forces to the defeat the Pequot at Mistick Fort.The best result we found for your search is John D Clark age 50s in Cromwell, CT.

They have also lived in Rocky Hill, CT and Wethersfield, CT plus 2 other locations. John is related to James P Clark and Jacqueline M Clark as well as 5 additional people. Select this result to view John D Clark's phone number, address, and more.John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn., and some of his descendants by Helen Myers Kyes (Book) Ancestry of Dr.

John Clarke of Newport, R.I by George Andrews Moriarty (Book) John Clarke, physician, philanthropist preacher and patriot; an oration delivered before the American Medical Association, J by.