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Marriage: Children:
  1. Thomas T Clark: Birth: 1851 in ,Chatham Co,North Carolina. Death: 26 Jul 1928

  2. Adolphus Clark: Birth: 1852 in ,Chatham Co,North Carolina.

  3. Martha A. Clark: Birth: 1856 in ,Chatham Co,North Carolina. Death: 1950

Marriage: Children:
  1. Alexander Austin Clark: Birth: 27 Jan 1873 in Chatham Co, North Carolina. Death: 20 Mar 1940 in Greensboro, Guilford Co, North Carolina

  2. Nancy "Nannie" Clark: Birth: 12 Nov 1875 in Hickory Mtn,Chatham Co, North Carolina. Death: 1 Mar 1915

  3. Judson Hyden Clark: Birth: 14 Dec 1880 in Hickory Mtn, Chatham Co, North Carolina. Death: 27 Jun 1917 in Graham, Alamance Co, North Carolina

  4. Isaac Newton Clark: Birth: 16 Jun 1884 in Hickory Mtn,Chatham Co, North Carolina. Death: 1 Jun 1950 in Graham,Alamance Co,North Carolina

  5. Minnie Buie Clark: Birth: 20 Dec 1886 in Hickory Mtn,Chatham Co, North Carolina. Death: 9 Apr 1943 in Burlington, Alamance County, North Carolina

  6. Connie Vasta Clark: Birth: 19 Feb 1888 in Hickory Mtn,Chatham Co, North Carolina. Death: 30 Aug 1909 in Swepsonville, Alamance Co, North Carolina

1. Title:   Latter Day Saints -
 International Genealogical Index (R)

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a. Continued:   Birth: Mar. 25, 1832 Death: Jul. 24, 1896 Chatham County North Carolina, USA DAR 1965, p. 30. Location row 11.C. Clark served in Company B of the 49th Regiment of the North Carolina Infantry, for the Confederate States of America. This regiment, known as "the Chatham Cossacks," was enrolled from Chatham County on April 21, 1862 at Camp Mangum. Thomas held the rank of private. According to the compiled service records in the National Archives, Thomas Clark enlisted at the age of 23, on March 11, 1862, at Councils' Store. Born in Chatham County, he is shown in military service records to have been a farmer and that he was 5 feet 7 inches tall. He enlisted for three years or the term of the war. On January 9, 1863, Thomas transferred with his company to the 2nd Company D, 15th Regiment of North Carolina Infantry (formerly the 5th Infantry Volunteers). The compiled military service records at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. show him as present or accounted for through October 1864. (Cards #48893066, 3121) Burial: Emmaus Baptist Church Cemetery Pittsboro Chatham County North Carolina, USA Created by: Wesley Clark Record added: Jan 18, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 46824412 is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.