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Mary Stevenson Clark
Original name: Mary S. (no Headstone) Clark
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Birth: Aug. 29, 1825, Spain
Death: Nov. 24, 1911
Farmington
Davis County
Utah, USA

Born at British Garrison, Gibraltar, Cadiz, Spain

Daughter of Joseph Stevenson and Elizabeth Stevens

Married Ezra Thompson Clark, 18 May 1845, Clark Settlement, Lee, Iowa

Children - William Henry Clark, Wilford Woodruff Clark, Hyrum Don Carlos Clark, Joseph Smith Clark, Ezra James Clark, Charles Rich Clark, Edward Barrett Clark, Amasa Lyman Clark, Timothy Baldwin Clark, Mary Elizabeth Clark, David Patten Clark
 
 
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 Spouse:
  Ezra Thompson Clark (1823 - 1901)*
 
 Children:
  Ezra James Clark (1846 - 1868)*
  Timothy Baldwin Clark (1847 - 1924)*
  Mary Elizabeth Clark Robinson (1849 - 1904)*
  William Henry Clark (1852 - 1854)*
  Joseph Smith Clark (1854 - 1957)*
  Hyrum Don Carlos Clark (1856 - 1938)*
  Edward Barrett Clark (1859 - 1955)*
  Charles Rich Clark (1861 - 1933)*
  Wilford Woodruff Clark (1863 - 1956)*
  Amasa Lyman Clark (1865 - 1968)*
  David Patten Clark (1868 - 1869)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Farmington City Cemetery
Farmington
Davis County
Utah, USA
Plot: F-11-4
 
Created by: SMS
Record added: Feb 02, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 137392
Mary <i>Stevenson</i> Clark
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Mary <i>Stevenson</i> Clark
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Mary <i>Stevenson</i> Clark
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You are my 3rd great grandmother. Rest in peace
- Autumn
 Added: Aug. 5, 2010

- SMS
 Added: Dec. 5, 2007
 
 
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