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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Roswell S. Clark: Birth: 8 Feb 1823 in New York, Prob. Monroe Co.. Death: Aft 1880 in Prob. New York

  2. Clarissa E. Clark: Birth: 4 Sep 1825 in Massachusetts. Death: 1913 in Prob. Delafield, Waukesha, Wisconsin

  3. Cynthia Clark: Birth: 7 Sep 1827 in Riga, Monroe Co., New York. Death: 20 Apr 1923 in Appleton, Wisconsin

  4. Hart S. Clark: Birth: 12 Dec 1828 in New York. Death: Aft 1900 in Prob. Monroe Co., New York

  5. Harvey H. Clark: Birth: 12 Dec 1828 in New York. Death: Bet Jan and Jun 1900 in Prob. Monroe Co., New York

  6. James S. Clark: Birth: 14 Jan 1831 in Riga Twsp, Monroe Co., New York. Death: 26 Oct 1909 in Fort Madison, Lee Co., Iowa

  7. Charles H. Clark: Birth: 15 Jun 1833 in New York. Death: Aft 1880 in Prob. New York

  8. Cynthia Clark: Birth: Oct 1837 in Prob. Monroe Co., Nnew York. Death: 27 Feb 1838 in Monroe Co., New York

  9. Sarah Clark: Birth: 11 May 1840 in Prob. Monroe Co., New York. Death: 27 Aug 1840 in Prob. Monroe Co., New York

  10. Mary C. Clark: Birth: 17 Apr 1842 in Chili Township, Monroe Co., New York. Death: 29 Sep 1909 in Loveland, Larimer Co., Colorado


Sources
1. Title:   Bible Record of The Clark-Phelps Family, DAR New York Bible Records, Vol 15
Page:   Page 54
2. Title:   New York DAR Volumes
Page:   Page 25
Publication:   200 Volume Work by DAR; Collection of deeds, church records, etc.
3. Title:   North Chili Rural Cemetary, Monroe Co., New York
Page:   Page 5
Author:   compiled by Richard T. Halsey
Publication:   August, 1992
4. Title:   New York DAR Volumes
Page:   Vol. 23, Pages 25-26
Publication:   200 Volume Work by DAR; Collection of deeds, church records, etc.

Notes
a. Note:   Lucius and his wife apprently moved to New York shortly after their marriage as their first child, Roswell, is consistenly shown in the census records as born in New York. Their second child, Clarissa, is consistenly shown as born in Massachusetts, and perhaps Celinda returned to Berkshire Co. for her confinement. The next eight children were all born in New York. 1840 Census, New York, Monroe County Lucius CLARK, 1 male under 5, 1 10-15, 2 20-30, and 1 female 20-30. Marriage and children from "Clark-Phelps Bible" in New York DAR Bible Records, Vol 15, Page 54-56. "The New York DAR Volumes," Volume 23, Page 25, record that he and Lucius Clark and Celinda Smith are buried in small cemetery north of Chile, New York. Their joint tombstone shows their dates of death and age at death and on the obverse are recorded the date of death and ages of two of their children, Cynthia and Sarah. As Celinda died 43 years after Lucius, it is likely this headstone was done after her death. Records for that cemetery show that also buried in the same cemetery are Lucius' father, Eliphalet, his brother, Nathan Fay Clark, and his mother-in-law, Betsy Hallett. Maloney, Hendrick & Others - J. H. Maloney


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