David Clark Just thought I'd let you know that I am a descendant of David and Charity CLARK via their daughter Francis "Fannie" CLARK b. 1782 in NC. d. 1829 in Lauderdale Alabama. She married 19 March 1803, John MCBRIDE b. 1782 in the Carolinas (haven't found proof of the exact area. Just notes in family bibles that have copied old bible that's since been lost/destroyed.) d. 1869 Waco TX. They had 10 children. I'm descended via their son, John MCBRIDE, who sometimes signed his name with III at the end, but haven't found that first one, yet!
Thank you for all your work! I really appreciate it!
George Washington Miller Hi, thank you for adding my grandmother to her birth family. Her son Wilson was a twin to Woodrow Barton. They were born 20/Mar/1918 in Greeley Co. Woodrow died 14/Aug/ 2006, and Wilson died 18/Aug./2006 just 4 days later. He died in Dillwyn, Buckingham, Virginia but I can't find where he was buried. Lynn
Thompson Wood date of death Hi Joni, I sent you an edit to change the year of death to 1850 from 1849. I found the Will in Williamson Co. archives and it was written and probated in 1850. Find A Grave Memorial# 61214785 I also made a Memorial for Johnson Wood so their children can be attached to them. Julia
Clark Family I am interested in connecting. I am a Clark descendant, my line goes back to Capt. Christopher Clark (and on back) through his son John Clark, b. Oct. 9, 1725 in Louisia, VA; d. 1799 in Louisville, KY. John Clark married Ann Rogers, b. 1728, in Virginia. Their son, William Clark, b. 1770 in Caroline, VA married Julia Hancock, b. 1789. Both died in St. Louis, MO. Their son, David Clark, b.1802 in KY, married Calfenia Posteaneau "Callie" Putman. They both died in Walnut Grove, MS. Their son William "Wigg" Clark, b. 1829, Copiah Co., MS. married Martha Carline Finley, b. 1832. They lived and died in Scott County, MS. These are my GG grandparents. I'm looking for documentation or help/information on this line. I've only recently discovered this families connection back to Jamestown through John Clarke who was the Master Mate/Pilot of the Mayflower and received shares in the Virginia Company for his service.
Zella (Roper) Myers I'm glad I could help. My mother keep a scrapbook of newspaper articles, which included obituaries of those she knew. Zella was married to my mother's sister-in-law's brother (sister-in-law was Mabel Myers Pavey), so she knew many of the Myers family... Zella's obituary was a bit damaged, which is why I couldn't read all the survivors names, but sure glad you could fill that all in! I haven't been able to find an obituary for Elbert, whom I understand died in Modesto, California. Thanks for letting me know the posting was appreciated, as that's what makes it all worthwhile. Bless you.