Inquiry on Clark's of Wrightstown Dec 2012



Centennial of Newtown Friends Meeting 1815-1915

Wrightstown Monthly Meeting Twelth Month 3, 1817 transfers to Newtown

bullet Elizabeth Clark
bullet Benjamin Clark
bullet Barton Clark
bullet Westley Clark
bullet Ann Clark
bullet Stacey Clark
bullet Isaac T. Clark

  1-Samuel CLARK (1785-19 Mar 1863)

Spouse: Ellen H. (1800-)

2-Samuel S. CLARK (4 Jun 1818-16 Jan 1883)

Spouse: Letitia (-)

3-Smith Samuel CLARK (1849-)

3-Alfred J. CLARK (1866-15 Jan 1903)

3-Mary E CLARK (-)

Spouse: CLARK (-)

3-Rachel CLARK (-)

Spouse: CLARK (-)

3-Johnson CLARK (-)

3-Tacy CLARK (-)

3-Edward CLARK (-)

2-Edward H. CLARK (1819-9 Apr 1854)

Spouse: Mary CLARK (-)

3-Henrietta CLARK (1841-1888)

Spouse: Pearson CLARK (-)

3-Aaron CLARK (-)

3-Amos P CLARK (1842-)

Spouse: Sarah CLARK (1841-)

4-Jesse CLARK (1871-)

4-Mary CLARK (1867-)

4-Abram Reeder CLARK (10 Oct 187

4-Hannah CLARK (1877-)

3-Mary Elizabeth CLARK (-)

2-Sarah CLARK (1822-1955)

Spouse: Winner CLARK (-)

2-Amos W. CLARK (18 Mar 1825-12 Apr 1886)

Spouse: Maria Ann CLARK (25 Jan 1828-17 Dec 1909)

3-Martha Ellen CLARK (1849-1867)

Spouse: George ROBERTS (-)

4-William ROBERTS (1867-1867)

3-Elizabeth (Mary) CLARK (2 Jul 1851-1 Sep 1929)

Spouse: Mathias Conrad WAGNER (-)

4-Lionel Amos WAGNER (25 Jan 187


4-Aimie WAGNER (13 Dec 1877-)

4-Aaron Overbeck WAGNER (7 Feb 1880-)

4-Mary Katherine WAGNER (23 Dec 1882-)

4-William Paul WAGNER (21 Nov 1889-)

3-Sylvester CLARK (1855-)

3-Samuel G. CLARK (28 Aug 1857-18 Nov 1938)

Spouse: Sarah Ann VANLUVANEE (27 Apr 1866-11 Feb 1955)

4-Maria C. CLARK (24 Feb 1887-29 Jul 1922)

Spouse: Samuel S TORBERT (1879-1935) 5-Sarah TORBERT (-)

5-Samuel (Sammy) TORBERT (-)

4-Mattie CLARK (28 Nov 1888-23 May 1938)

Spouse: Linton REYNOLDS (1889-)

4-Earl V. CLARK (12 Jul 1896-09/00/1971)

Spouse: Mabel TOMLINSON (1904-)

5-Earl CLARK (-) 5-Linton CLARK (4 Oct 1927-) 5-Raymond Harold CLARK (1931-May 1974)

4-Jeannette Roberts (Nettie) CLARK (18 Apr 1889-25 Nov 1967)

Spouse: Elmer Howard COYLE (12 Mar 1878-10 Nov 1953)

5-John COYLE (-)

5-Alice COYLE (-) 

4-Caroline (Carrie) S CLARK (28 Oct 1898-18 Jul 1942)

3-Fannie M. CLARK (1862-)

Spouse: MICHENER (-)

3-Watson T. CLARK (1871-1924)

Spouse: S. Annie (1870-)

4-Ethel R. CLARK (1898-)

4-Elizabeth CLARK (1901-)

3-Annie CLARK (-)

Spouse: WETZSTEIN (-)

2-Mary CLARK (-)

Spouse: Charles REEDER (-)

2-Jane Elizabeth CLARK (-)

Spouse: Charles SELNER (-bef 1863)

2-Levina CLARK (-bef 1863)


2- Hannah Retta Clark (1837- appears in 1880 census with mother Ellen)



Abraham & Mary Clark - Wrightstown Bucks County


bullet Sarah Clark born 1st MO: 10th, 1777
bullet Ann Clark born 2nd Mo: 9th, 1779
bullet Joseph Clark born 1st Mo: 3rd, 1782
bullet Mary Clark born 7th Mo: 28th, ;1784
bullet Elizabeth Clark born 6th Mo: 29th, 1787
bullet Hannah Clark born 7th Mo: 6th, 1790
bullet Benj:n Clark born 8th Mo: 7th, 1792
bullet Soloman Clark born 4th Mo: 1st, 1796
bullet Esther Clark born 10th Mo: 10th, 1799
bullet Jane Clark born 8th Mo: 23rd, 1802

Published Philadelphia, PA September 1887 . . . CLARKS

bullet ANN
bullet ANNIE
bullet ANNIE B. (BEAN>
bullet DAVID B.
bullet DAVID M.
bullet ELLEN
bullet EMMA V. (HUDNUT)
bullet FIDELIA
bullet GROVER C.
bullet HENRY
bullet JAMES
bullet JAMES H.
bullet JOHN
bullet JOHN, CAP'T.
bullet JOHN W.
bullet MARY
bullet NOAH L.
bullet RICHARD
bullet ROBERT
bullet ROBERT S.
bullet SARAH (HIRES)
bullet SARAH (LONG)
bullet SMITH
bullet STELLA
bullet THOMAS
bullet WALTER
bullet WILLIAM
bullet WILLIAM W.

Clark's Bristol Directory 1949 pg 99

CLARK Earl H. (Betty J) knitter Van Sant Hosiery Co h 65 schumacher dr
CLARK Emery W (Marie M) fitupmn Badenhausen h 919 ct F Br Tr 2
CLARK Francis bench hand Philco r Ye Olde Delaware House
CLARK Harriet L Mrs. (J W Clark) r Bridgewater
CLARK J W (Mrs. Harriet Sutton) jwlr 131 Mill
CLARK Robt awning mfg 201 Wood h do
CLARKE E.L. For prompt Fuller Brush Service P.O. Box 216 or 26 Fleetwing dr Fltwng Est Tel 9632
CLARKE Eliz Lois h 26 Fleetwing Dr Fltwng Est
CLARKE Thos C (Rose) emp PRR h 1214 Pond


Clark's of Solebury


Originally published in the Bucks County Intelligencer 1855

 Page 25

Joseph Morris

now lives on a part of the Briggham tract, (next to the Park), Upon this ract, there was a tannery establishment in the 1784, which is now entirely removed. In 1681, William Penn granted by Indentures, 1000 acres of land in the Province of Pennsylvania, to William Tanner and John Tanner of London, who , in 1683, conveyed the same to Benjamin Clark of London. and by virtue of a warrant from the Proprietary Commissioners dated in 1686, there was laid out in the township of Wrightstown, 492 acres... a part of the above mentioned 1000 acres to Benjamin Clark, Stony Brook, of Middlesex County, New Jersey (the only son of Benjamin Clark of London). This tract locted in the North East side of the Township, extending from the Briggham tract to the New Hope railroad, which is laid out on the line of this tract and from the Park to the Upper Makefield line. Benjamin Clark never settled in the township and in 1728 he sold the whole of this tract to Abraham Chapman for 250. In December 1728, Abraham Chapman sold 200 acres, a part of this tract next to the New Hope Road to Robert Smith, a part of which is now owned by John Eastburn, whose wife is a descendant of Robert Smith.


Birth Death and Burials Wrightstown Monthly Meeting of Friends

  • page106 Barbara Clark 11 mo 30, 1838 age 79 Buckingham widow of Benjamin Clark
  • page 104 Rebecca Clark 11 mo 5, 1836, Wrightstown, wife of Wm. Clark


  • Abraham: 45,80,95
  • Allen D.: 238
  • Amos: 202
  • Ann: 46
  • Anson B.: 228
  • Arthur C.: 136, 180
  • Barbara: 106
  • Benjamin: 46, 84, 97, 106
  • Catharine M.:209
  • Charles: 110, 155
  • Charles T.: 207, 228
  • Elizabeth: 46, 118, 162
  • Ellen: 202
  • Emily: 107
  • Esther: 46, 107
  • George: 103
  • Hannah: 46
  • Hannah F.: 239
  • Isabella: 225, 236
  • Isaiah: 84
  • Jane: 46
  • Jesse: 225
  • John: 89, 145, 189, 309
  • John M.: 231
  • Joseph: 46, 95
  • Kimble: 95
  • Ledru R.:220
  • Lettie: 198
  • Lewis: 203
  • Margaret: 99
  • Maria A: 218
  • Mary: 46, 89, 95, 97
  • Milton: 230
  • Orson: 136, 180
  • Rebecca: 104
  • Samuel: 99, 132, 176, 198, 199, 302
  • Sarah: 46, 136, 180
  • Sarah Jane: 95
  • Solomon: 46
  • Thomas: 103
  • William: 95, 97, 104, 137, 181

Page last updated: May 23, 2018

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