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Mrs. Clara Levings Warren.
                 DAR ID Number: 11108
                 Born in New York.
                 Wife of Alvah Hall Warren.
                 Descendant of Capt. John Clark and of Gardner Clark, of New York.
                 Daughter of Noah Clark Levings and Louise L. Allen, his wife.
                 Granddaughter of Rev. Noah Levings and Sarah Clark, his wife.
                 Gr.-granddaughter of Gardner Clark and Hannah Badger, his wife.
                 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clark and Sarah Gardner, his wife.
                 John Clark, 1776, entered the army as lieutenant of Richmond militia, was promoted to captain and
                 served in Sullivan's expedition. He was born at Richmond, R. I., 1738, and died at Amsterdam, N.
                 Y., 1836.
                 Gardner Clark served as a fifer under his father, and in the regiment commanded by Col. Charles
                 Dyer. He was a pensioner when he died at Amsterdam, N. Y.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 16
                 page 128
                 Miss Sara Estelle Carnes.
                 DAR ID Number: 155398
                 Born in Sharpsville, Pa.
                 Descendant of Godfrey Carnes, as follows:
                 1. Godfrey C. Carnes (1828-1904) m. 2d 1866 Sarah A. Kirkland (1832-1905).
                 2. William Carnes (1790-1854) m. 1816 Elizabeth McKnight (1792-1875).
                 3. Godfrey Carnes m. Mary McDowell (d. 1839).
                 Godfrey Carnes (1750-1842) received a pension for service as private under Capt. John Clark and
                 Col. Daniel Brodhead, Pennsylvania. He was born in Holland; died in Mercer County, Pa.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 26
                 page 180
                 [p.180] Mrs. Laura Jane Bentley Lloyd.
                 DAR ID Number: 25491
                 Born in Hanging Rock, Ohio.
                 Wife of Charles Perry Lloyd.
                 Descendant of Capt. John Clark, of Pennsylvania.-----?????
                 Daughter of Ahobiab Bentley and Jane Linn, his wife.
                 Granddaughter of Andrew Linn and Jane Clark, his wife.
                 Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Clark and Sarah Watson, his wife.
                 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clark and Florence Watson, his wife.
                 John Clark, (1736-1809), commanded a company, 1777, in Col. Walter Stewart's regiment of
                 Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Northumberland Co., Penna., where he died.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30
                 page 14
                 Mrs. Mary Bristol Botsford.
                 DAR ID Number: 29038
                 Born in Chicago, Illinois.
                 Wife of John Edward Botsford.
                 Descendant of Capt. John Clark.
                 Daughter of Richard Bristol and Louisa Clarke, his wife.
                 Granddaughter of John Clarke and Mary Sherburne, his wife.
                 Gr.-granddaughter of George Clarke (1775-1822) and Mary McDonald (1775-1863), his wife.
                 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clarke and Maria Theresa Lark (1751-1819), his wife.
                 John Clark, (1731-1834), commanded a company in Col. Edward Proctor's regiment at Boston. He
                 was born in London, England; died in Canterbury, Conn.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 37
                 page 116
                 [p.116] Mrs. Susie, Ingeborg Clark Grier.
                 DAR ID Number: 37322
                 Born in Lynn, Massachusetts.
                 Descendant of Capt. John Clark, of Delaware.
                 Daughter of George Theodore Clark and Harriet Sellers Aldrich, his wife.
                 Granddaughter of Thomas Clark and Ingeborg Bryan, his wife.
                 Gr.-granddaughter of John Clark and Mary Adams, his wife, m. 1766.
                 John Clark, (1737-91), was sheriff 1775, served in the Flying Camp, 1777, and was captain of militia,
                 1778. He was born and died in Delaware City.
                 Also No. 26449.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 38
                 page 159
                 Mrs. Sarah Irma Bentley Galligan.
                 DAR ID Number: 36447
                 Born in Jackson County, Ohio.
                 Wife of Jay Galligan.
                 Descendant of Capt. John Clark, of Pennsylvania.
                 Daughter of Linn Bentley and Rachel Alice Clare, his wife.
                 Granddaughter of Aholiab Bentley and Jane Linn, his wife.
                 Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Linn and Jane Clark, his wife.
                 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Clark and Sarah Watson, his wife.
                Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clark and Florence Watson, his wife.
                 John Clark, (1736-1809), commanded a company, 1777 in Col. Walter Stewart's regiment of
                 Pennsylvania militia. He was born and died in Northumberland Co., Pa.
                 Also No. 25491.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 38
                 page 160
                 Mrs. Genevieve Lloyd Sheetz.
                 DAR ID Number: 36449
                 Born in Sciotoville, Ohio.
                 Wife of Albert Sheetz.
                 [p.160] Descendant of Capt. John Clark.
                 Daughter of Charles Perry Lloyd and Laura Jane Bentley, his wife.
                 Granddaughter of Aholiab Bentley and Jane Linn, his wife.
                 See No. 36447.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 42
                 page 285
                 Mrs. Estelle Clark Woodward.
                 DAR ID Number: 41761
                 Born in Barre, Massachusetts.
                 Wife of Theron Royal Woodward.
                 Descendant of Lieut. David Clapp, Jonathan Clapp, Isaac Clark, Capt. John Clark, Lieut. Luther
                 Holland, Sergt. Nathaniel Wood and Reuben Walker, Philip Spooner and Deacon Daniel Spooner,
                 all of Massachusetts.
                 Daughter of Emory Augustus Clark and Caroline Elizabeth Haskins, his wife.
                 Granddaughter of Anson Clark and Fanny Clapp, his wife; Nathan Haskins, Jr., and Elizabeth
                 Holland, his wife.
                 Gr.-granddaughter of Luther Clark and Sarah Walker, his wife; Jonathan Clapp and Peggy Wood, (b.
                 1773), his wife, m. 1788; Nathan Haskins and Clarissa Wilbur, his wife; Sidney Holland and Hannah
                 Stowe Ward, his wife.
                 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clark, Jr., and Jerusha Andrews, his wife; David Clapp and Hannah
                 King, his wife; Nathaniel Wood and Abigail Carver, his wife, m. 1763; Reuben Walker and Mary
                 Read, (b. 1740), his wife; Ebenczer Wilbur and Lydia Hollis, his wife; Luther Holland and Elizabeth
                 Spooner, his wife, m. 1775.
                 Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clark and Elizabeth Norcross, his wife, m. 1750; Jonathan Clapp
                 and Sarah Hewes, his wife; Philip Spooner and Elizabeth Winslow, his wife, m. 1755; David Read and
                 Thankful Gurnsey, his wife.
                 Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Clark and Experience Wilson, his wife; Daniel Spooner and
                 Elizabeth Ruggles, (1710-67), his 1st wife, m. 1728.
                 David Clapp, (1744-1823), served in Sullivan's expedition in the defense of Rhode Island. He was
                 born and died in Norton.
                 Also No. 25774.
                 [p.285] Jonathan Clapp, (1714-1800), member of Committee of Correspondence of Norton, Mass.,
                 where he died.
                 Isaac Clark, (1707-83), was a recognized patriot as was also his wife.
                 John Clark, (1730-1816), was a member of the Provincial Congress 1775 from Worcester County,
                 Mass. He was born in Newton, Mass.; died in Chester, Vt.
                 Luther Holland, (1750-1821), was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm and was second lieutenant
                 under Capt. Wing Spooner. He was born in Shrewsbury; died in Petersham.
                 Also Nos. 2430, 13365, 28663, 39795.
                 Nathaniel Wood served as sergeant in the defense of Boston 1776. He was born in Norton 1737,
                 where he was married.
                 Reuben Walker, (1742-1820), served in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Sutton; died in
                 Royalston, Mass.
                 Philip Spooner, (1733-1826), was a member of the Committee of Petersham to draw up instructions
                 for the delegates in Congress. He was born in Newport, R. I.; died in Petersham.
                 Daniel Spooner, (1694-1797), was a patriot of Petersham and five of his sons served in the army.
                 Also No. 40611.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 42
                 page 338
                 Mrs. Emma Safford Hammond.
                 DAR ID Number: 41913
                 Born in Springfield, Vermont.
                 Wife of John Nathaniel Hammond.
                 Descendant of Lieut. Philip Safford, Oliver Fairbanks and Capt. John Clark, all of Vermont.
                 Daughter of David Flint Safford (1823-99) and Emerancy Thompson Fairbanks (1824-60), his first
                 wife, m. 1848.
                 Granddaughter of Philip Safford, Jr. and Adah McIntire, his wife; Edward Fairbanks (1786-1878)
                 and Sally Parker (1788-1878), his wife, m. 1817.
                 Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Safford and Elizabeth Bigelow (1743-1825), his wife; Oliver Fairbanks
                 and Elizabeth Clark (1758-1837), his wife, m. 1777.
                 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clark (1730-1816) and Elizabeth Norcross, his wife, m. 1750.
                 See No. 41761.
                 [p.338] Philip Safford, (1736-1814), served as lieutenant of the Rockingham militia 1775 for the
                 relief of the Whigs of Liberty party. He was born in Ipswich, Mass.; died in Rockingham, Vt.
                 Also No. 26142.
                 Oliver Fairbanks, (1753-1839), enlisted under Capt. Adam Wheeler, Col. John Nixon 1776,
                 Continental line. He was at Harlem Heights and Princeton. In 1820 was allowed a pension for one
                 year's actual service as private, Massachusetts line. He was born in Dedham, Mass.; died in
                 Springfield, Vt.
                 Also No. 32135.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 51
                 page 81
                 Miss Elizabeth Kettle Clark.
                 DAR ID Number: 50176
                 Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
                 Descendant of Capt. John Clark, William Whitham and Lieut. Abel Miles.
                 Daughter of Levi George Clark and Susanna (Whitham) Bouldin (b. 1823), his wife, m. 1841.
                 Granddaughter of Levi Clark and Lydia Miles, his wife; William B. Whitham (1793-1823) and Ann
                 Hynson, his wife (d. 1823), m. 1816.
                 Gr-granddaughter of John Clark and Mary Adams, his wife, m. 1766; William Whitham and Mary
                 Chick, his 2nd wife, m. 1792; Abel Miles and Elizabeth Kettle, his wife.
                 John Clark (1737-91) was sheriff, 1775; served in the Flying Camp, 1777, and was captain of militia,
                 1778. He was born in New Castle County, Del., where he died.
                 See also No. 26449.
                 [p.81] William Whitham served as private in Capt. James Dorsey's company of Maryland troops. He
                 died, 1793, in Cecil County, Md.
                 Abel Miles was lieutenant in the Delaware battalion of the Flying Camp. He died, 1794, in New
                 Castle County.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 51
                 page 81
                 Mrs. Ella Bouldin Knight.
                 DAR ID Number: 50178
                 Born in Wilmington, Del.
                 Wife of John H. Knight.
                 Descendant of Capt. John Clark, William Witham and Lieut. Abel Miles.
                 Daughter of Levi George Clark and Susanna (Whitham) Bouldin (b. 1823), his wife, m. 1841.
                 See No. 50176.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 51
                 page 82
                 Mrs. Eugenia Bradford Rowley.
                 DAR ID Number: 50179
                 Born in New Castle Co., Delaware.
                 Wife of Leslie B. Rowley.
                 Descendant of Capt. John Clark, William Witham and Lieut. Abel Miles.
                 Daughter of John Henry Knight and Susan James Clark, his wife.
                 [p.82] Granddaughter of Levi George Clark and Susanna Whitham Bouldin, his wife.
                 See No. 50176.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 51
                 page 346
                 [p.346] Mrs. Sarah Anna Clark Paine.
                 DAR ID Number: 50773
                 Born in Hubbardston, Mass.
                 Wife of Alden W. Paine.
                 Descendant of Capt. John Clark and of Sergt. Isaac Clark, of Massachusetts.
                 Daughter of William Gates Clark and Lois Stone, his wife.
                 Granddaughter of Isaac Clark and Polly Gates, his 2d wife.
                 Gr-granddaughter of John Clark and Elizabeth Norcross, his wife.
                 John Clark (1730-1816), represented Hubbardston in the Provincial Congress; was captain of
                 militia, and was one of a notable family of patriots. He was born in Framingham, Mass.; died in
                 Chester, Vt.
                 Also No. 1576.
                 Isaac Clark (1760-1836), was placed on the pension roll for nine months' actual service as private
                 and sergeant in the Massachusetts line. He was born and died in Hubbardston, Mass.
                 Also No. 24735.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 64
                 page 296
                 Mrs. Emlen Knight Davies.
                 DAR ID Number: 63881
                 Born in Bayfield, Wis.
                 Wife of Joseph Edward Davies.
                 Descendant of Capt. John Clark, William Whitham, and Lieut. Abel Miles.
                 Daughter of John H. Knight and Ella Bouldin Clark, his 2nd wife.
                 Granddaughter of Levi George Clark and Susanna (Whitham) Bouldin (b. 1823), his wife, m. 1841.
                 Gr-granddaughter of Levi Clark and Lydia Miles, his wife; William B. Whitham (1793-1823) and Ann
                 Hynson (d. 1823), his wife, m. 1816.
                 Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Clark and Mary Adams, his wife, m. 1766; William Whitham and Mary
                 Chick, his 2nd wife, m. 1792; Abel Miles and Elizabeth Kettle, his wife.
                 John Clark (1737-91) was sheriff, 1775; served in the Flying Camp, 1777, and was captain of militia,
                 1778. He was born and died in New Castle County, Del.
                 William Whitham served as private in Capt. James Dorsey's company of Maryland troops. He died,
                 1793, in Cecil County, Md.
                 Abel Miles was lieutenant in the Delaware battalion of the Flying Camp. He died, 1794, in New
                 Castle County.
                 Also No. 50176.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 81
                 page 175
                 Mrs. Anna Almeda Clark Tenney.
                 DAR ID Number: 80458
                 Born in Montgomery County, N. Y.
                 Wife of Fred Sylvester Tenney.
                 Descendant of Capt. John Clark.
                 Daughter of Wilbur Fisk Clark (1824-87) and Harriet Conner (1831-57), his wife, m. 1854.
                 Granddaughter of William Badger Clark (1792-1881) and Anna Corenton (1797-1875), his wife, m.
                 1816.
                 Gr-granddaughter of Gardner Clark (1763-1840) and Hannah Badger (1764-1841), his wife.
                 Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Clark and Sarah Gardner (1735-1836), his wife.
                 John Clark (1738-1836), in 1776, entered the army as lieutenant of Rhode Island militia; was
                 promoted to captain and served in Sullivan's expedition. He was born at Richmond, R. I.; died at
                 Amsterdam, N. Y.
                 Also No. 11108.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 155
                 page 213
                 Mrs. Margaret Hyde Hopkins.
                 DAR ID Number: 154668
                 Born in Cedar Lawn, Mo.
                 Wife of Edward Newton Hopkins.
                 Descendant of Capt. Robert Clark, Capt. John Trigg, James Hickman and Thomas McClanahan, as
                 follows:
                 1. George W. Hyde (1838-1914) m. 1867 Anna Clark (1846-78).
                 2. Bennett C. Clark (1819-90) m. 1841 Margaret Hutchinson (1822-85).
                 3. Robert P. Clark (1791-1841) m. 1811 Malinda Trigg (1794-1824); James Strother Hutchinson
                 (1800-67) m. 1818 Sallie Elgin (d. 1842).
                 4. Bennett Clark (1768-1853) m. 1789 Martha Bullock; William Hutchinson (1770-1835) m. 1790
                 Margaret Hickman (1772-1844); Stephen Trigg (1768-1834) m. 1790 Elizabeth Clark (d. 1822).
                 5. Robert Clark m. 1764 Susannah Henderson; David Hickman (1749-1825) m. 1771 Clara
                 McClanahan (1754-1843); John Trigg m. 1767 Diana Ayers (b. 1748).
                 6. James Hickman m. 1744 Hannah Lewis (1722-1822); Thomas McClanahan m. Margaret Strother
                 (1734-1824).
                 Robert Clark (1738-1816) commanded a company in the Virginia militia. He was born in Albemarle
                 County, Va.; died in Winchester, Ky.
                 Also No. 152776.
                 John Trigg (1748-1804) commanded a company of Bedford County, Virginia militia. He was born
                 and died in Bedford County, Va.
                 Also No. 149068.
                 James Hickman (1724-1816) enlisted as private, 1776, from Culpeper County, Virginia, and served
                 until the surrender of Cornwallis. He was born in Williamsburg, Va.; died in Clark County, Ky.
                 Also No. 152211.
                 Thomas McClanahan (1734-1809) served as private in the Virginia troops. He was born in Prince
                 William County, Va.
                 Also No. 140404.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 155
                 page 214
                 Mrs. Ida Hyde Wilson.
                 DAR ID Number: 154669
                 Born in Cedar Lawn, Mo.
                 Wife of Richard J. Wilson.
                 Descendant of Capt. Robert Clark, Capt. John Trigg, James Hickman and Thomas McClanahan, as
                 follows:
                 [p.214] 1. George W. Hyde (1838-1914) m. 1867 Anna Clark (1846-78).
                 See No. 154668.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 156
                 page 128
                 Miss Sara Estelle Carnes.
                 DAR ID Number: 155398
                 Born in Sharpsville, Pa.
                 Descendant of Godfrey Carnes, as follows:
                 1. Godfrey C. Carnes (1828-1904) m. 2d 1866 Sarah A. Kirkland (1832-1905).
                 2. William Carnes (1790-1854) m. 1816 Elizabeth McKnight (1792-1875).
                 3. Godfrey Carnes m. Mary McDowell (d. 1839).
                 Godfrey Carnes (1750-1842) received a pension for service as private under Capt. John Clark and
                 Col. Daniel Brodhead, Pennsylvania. He was born in Holland; died in Mercer County, Pa.
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                 Miss Julia Lee Wren.
                 DAR ID Number: 158193
                 Born in Galveston, Texas.
                 Descendant of Capt. John Clark, as follows:
                 1. Powhatan Sampson Wren (1842-1917) m. 1874 Martha Campbell (b. 1853).
                 2. Clark Calhoun Campbell (1824-1906) m. 1847 Lucy Goree (1827-1906).
                 3. John Wesley Campbell (1797-1848) m. 1822 Ann Williamson Clark (1804-85).
                 4. John Clark m. 1798 Nancy Williamson.
                 John Clark (1766-1832) commanded a company of Georgia troops. He was born in North Carolina;
                 died in Florida.
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