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Alstnclr This is second part of JNCLKPQT.txt which is a report about John Clark of Pasquotank Precinct NC and his children, written by Douglas Tucker JUN 1997. This report follows Mary Clark and her husband John ALSTON and her brother John Clark, the second generation of this line of CLARKs in NC. A short discussion of two "later" NC Quaker lines follows -- Sylvanus and Micajah.

Elijahiv "Part II: The Early CLARKs of Carolina" by Douglas Tucker May 1997. Summary discussion of candidates for grandparents of Gen. Elijah Clark of GA. More detailed reports will follow on the two most likely candidates -- Thomas Clark of Yeopim River and John Clark of Pasquotank. Another report covers Edward Clark Jr. of Occoneechee Neck, NC.

Elijah4a Continuation of "Part II: The Early CLARKs of Carolina" by Douglas Tucker. Discarded candidates (for whom no reports will be written) are mentioned in this part; these include: Capt. John Clark of Perquimans d. late 1716/7; John Clark d. Hyde Precinct 1715; Capt. John Clark mariner of Bath Co.; Thomas Clark d. 1728 of Meherrin River in Bertie Precinct; an "unknown" CLARK of Somerton, VA; William Clark of Orange Co. NC; and George Clark glover of Perquimans Precinct.

Elijahpi FEB 1997 "Clark Family Connections--Gen. Elijah CLARK of NC and GA" by Douglas Tucker. Summary of possible lineage of the GA Revolutionary War militia General Elijah Clark. He discusses four possible grandfathers -- THOMAS Clark (c1670 1728) of Surry Co. VA and on the Meherrin River in Bertie Precinct, NC.; FRANCIS Clark of Cutawhiskie Meadow, southernmost branch of Meherrin River in present day Bertie Co. NC; EDWARD Clark of Surry Co. VA; and THOMAS on Roanoke River in Bertie Co., NC. The goal is to find a link, if any, to Capt. Christopher Clark of New Kent Co. VA.

Elijhpii FEB 1997 Doug's continuing discussion of various John Clarks of NC; examination of records to prove which John was the father of the GA Rev. War. Gen. Elijah Clark. Includes NC CLARKs and ties to family back in VA.

Elijpiii Third part of the continuing discussion on Gen. Elijah Clark; this includes discussion of his immediate family as well as his siblings.

Jnclkpqt "John Clark (c1660-1689) of Pasquotank Precinct" by Douglas Tucker, JUN 1997. This report discusses John Clark and his wife Mary PALIN who married secondly Joseph Glaister. See alstnclr.txt for the second part of this report.

Occoedwd "Edward Clark Jr. of Occoneechee Neck and his Children" by Douglas Tucker Jun 1997. This is part of Doug's continuing study of NC Clarks. He attempts to connect this Edward with an Edward in VA records.

Thsyeopm "Thomas Clark (c1662-1718) of the Yeopim River, Chowan Precinct, NC" by Douglas Tucker JUN 1997. This is continuation of Doug's multi-part study into the lineage of Col. Elijah Clark of GA. The second part of this report appears in yeopmtho.txt This report discussess the 2nd and 3rd wife of Thomas plus provides clues to his English origins.

Tidbits "Hodge-Podge of CLARKS" APR 1996. Discussion of ages of people based on tithable lists plus statistics of life spans and make-up of households during 17th century. Also covers the NC CLARKs.

Yeopmtho The second part of THSYEOPM.txt, a discussion of Thomas Clark of Yeopim River in NC and his children by Douglas Tucker JUN 1997. This report discusses other possible children of Thomas plus an indepth discussion of a possible surname for his first wife, Mary. This is speculative, but intriguing; reading previously written reports is suggested.