The ancestry of Susan Clark Slaymaker : Anderson, Aultman, Beattle, Bellote, Blount, Breland, Bryant, Calcoat, Carruth, Clark, Cowan, Credille, Crenshaw, Durant, Earnest, Eldridge, Floyd, Franklin, Johnson, Kelly, Kirland, Kittrell, McKee, Morris, Odom, Osborne, Ousley, Perry, Pipkin, Powell, Rowland, Savell, Slocumb, Steen, Thompson, Waller, Willis/Willix, Wilson

Dr. Susan Clark Slaymaker (Mrs. Richard K.)
Pedigree Chart/Pedigree Chart with Digital Images
Gold River, California : S.C. Slaymaker, 1988
[30] leaves : geneal. tables


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Ancestors of Susan Clark Slaymaker. She was born in 1943 in Hinds County, Mississippi, the daughter of Woodrow Wilson and Annie Ruth Wilson Clark. She married Richard K. Slaymaker in 1971 in Hinds County. Woodrow Wilson Clark was born in 1917 in Neshoba County, Mississippi, the son of John Arthur Hendix Clark (1885-1975) and Ina Elnora Breland Clark (1890-1972). He married Annie Ruth Wilson in 1942. She was born in Neshoba County, Mississippi, in 1919, the daughter of William Ruby Wilson (1893-1964) and Jennie Eddie Houston Wilson (1894-1982). She died in 1896 in Hinds County, Mississippi.

Ancestors include Joseph Clark (before 1755-1810) of York County, South Carolina; Abraham Breler (ca. 1735-ca. 1805) of Beaufort County, South Carolina; Simpson A. Wilson (1826-1894) of Alabama and Yazoo County, Mississippi; and Henry Rufus Houston (before 1761-ca. 1833) of Ireland? and Sumter County, Alabama.

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