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Francis Clark of Louisa County, Virginia : and his descendants in Carroll County, Tennessee : family members of Michael Clark of England and Barbados and his son Francis Clark of Louisa County, Virginia, the migration of his sons to Anson County, North Carolina and descendants to Henry Weakley and Carroll Counties of Tennessee

compiled by Thomas Graves Gilbert
Gilbert, Thomas Graves (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c2004
xiv, 183 p. : facsims., geneal. tables, map.

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Francis Clark was probably born in Barbados in about 1670. His parents were Michael Clark and Sally Ann Moorman. He married Cordelia Lankford 16 October 1704/5 in Virginia. They had eleven children. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee.

Includes bibliographic references and index.

Includes Anthony, Atkinson, Bibb, Cabel, Cheadle, Chiles, Cocke, Diggs, Everett, Gilbert, Hailey, Haley, Henry, Hicks, Hix, Hughes, Johnson, Langford, Loeffler, Lynch, Mabry, Meadow, Mosby, Nance, Parrish, Payne, Still, Stone, Terrell, Tucker, Varnell, Venable, Webb, Winston, Woodson, Zopfi and related families.

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