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Benjamin Sanford Clements
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Birth: Dec. 15, 1810
Harrison County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Jan. 31, 1873
Crawford County
Illinois, USA

Benjamin and Malinda were married on June 17, 1835 in Edgar County, Illinois.

Aged 62 years, 1 months, 16 days.

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Benjamin's birthday s/b Dec 15, 1810.

March 2014
The birth and death dates have been corrected.
Thanks to the new picture of the Stone.
There are two stones for Benjamin, both insriptions on them are just alike. One of the stones says, stone erected by D.H. Clements.
Family links: 
  Malinda Ripple Clements (1819 - 1891)*
  John Clements (1836 - 1880)*
  Jacob Clements (1837 - 1878)*
  Milton Clements (1842 - 1864)*
  Mathue Clements (1844 - 1865)*
  Daniel Harrison Clements (1848 - 1920)*
  Sarah Elizabeth Clements Mirtle (1852 - 1897)*
  Millie Ann Clements Roberts Knapp (1857 - 1930)*
*Calculated relationship
Father and Mother

Erected by
D.H. Clements
Lackey Cemetery
Crawford County
Illinois, USA
Plot: Row 17
Maintained by: RMW
Originally Created by: Marge
Record added: Mar 08, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25130852
Benjamin Sanford Clements
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Benjamin Sanford Clements
Added by: Roger Creed
Benjamin Sanford Clements
Added by: Roger Creed
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Angel Day Blessings for my 3x great grandfather.
- Great Granddaughter Marlene
 Added: Jan. 31, 2015

- sniksnak
 Added: Jan. 31, 2015
Heavenly Birthday Blessings.
- Great Granddaughter Marlene
 Added: Dec. 15, 2014
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