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Chas. Clifton (#47918504)
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Bio Photo I started doing research on my family several years ago. My father was a Clifton, and my Mother was a Clark.
On my father's side, I found some Indian Blood and family from the Cayman Islands such as Watler, Bodden, and Alley.
On my Mother's side, I found more Indian blood, and lots of history in Southeast Texas. There were several family's that founded Texas - Lane, Williams, Erwin, and Powell. One of my Clark relatives was one of the "old 300", or the first 300 settlers to legally settle in Texas around 1832 under a Mexican Land Grant.
I am a sixth generation Texan, and still enjoy learning about my family roots.
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Kay Parker McCary
RE: Clarktown Cemetery
Hi Charles....Thank you for your kind words. My cemetery work is a labor of love and I want every one remembered. I'm so glad Mr. Clark was able and willing to preserve as much as possible for the Clarktown cemetery. My great uncle gave grave info to my cousin years ago and my cousin made markers for many graves in the Old Mill Creek Cemetery...so glad he did, because our family members and my ancestors grave sites would have been lost forever. The Clarktown cemetery was one of the best kept small cemeteries I worked on. Thanks for all you do, too!!
Added by Kay Parker McCary on Feb 13, 2013 10:14 AM
 

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