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George Clark, "Jr. - farmer"

Nicknames: "George Clarke"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Much Mundon, Herfordshire, England
Death: Died in Milford, New Haven County, Province of Connecticut, (Present USA)
Immediate Family:

Son of George Clarke / Clark, Jr. and Grace Clarke
Husband of Sarah Clark
Father of Hannah (Clark) Platt; Ruth Fitch; Sarah Sill Marvin (Clark); Rebecca Clark; Esther Clark and 5 others
Brother of John Clark; Edward Clark; Daniel Clarke and Ellen Plomer

Occupation: Farmer, Deacon, Scotch Presbyterian, farmer
Managed by: Gene
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About George Clark, "Jr. - farmer"

  • 'Noyes-Gilman ancestry; being a series of sketches, with a chart of the ancestors of Charles Phelps Noyes and Emily H. (Gilman) Noyes, his wife .. (1907)
  • http://www23.us.archive.org/details/noyesgilmanances1907noye
  • http://www23.us.archive.org/stream/noyesgilmanances1907noye#page/157/mode/1up
  • Pg. 157
    • '[88] GEORGE CLARK [....-1690] AND HIS WIFE SARAH [....-....] OF ENGLAND AND MILFORD, CONN.
  • ' OUR first record of George Clark is as one of the original proprietors of Milford, Conn., in 1639, and, as Hinman says, "one of its most respectable citizens." He is called in the Milford records "George Clark Junior," or "George Clark farmer," to distinguish him from "George Clark carpenter and deacon," whose son Samuel, his daughter Mary married.
  • http://www23.us.archive.org/stream/noyesgilmanances1907noye#page/158/mode/1up
  • Pg. 158
  • ' He was evidently a young man, not long married, when he came from England with his wife Sarah (__) and one child John, as he lived fifty-one years in this country. They probably went directly to Connecticut, following his brother John Clark, who came from Cambridge, Mass., to Hartford, Conn., with Hooker's company, in 1636. It is thought that another brother, Daniel Clark, who was in Windsor, Conn., in 1639, may have come from England with George.
  • ' George Clark was a deputy from Milford to the General Court of Connecticut and New Haven eight times between 1666 and 1676. In the records he is designated as "Mr. George Clark."
  • ' He died in 1690 at Milford, and Savage says he "left a good estate." Sarah, his wife, survived him, but the date of her death is not known. On the handsome stone bridge in Milford, erected August 28, 1889, to celebrate the 250th anniversary of its settlement, is carved the names of the earliest settlers, among which are "George Clark and Sarah his wife."
  • ' George Clark mentions in his will his three brothers, John, Edward, and Daniel. Of these, Edward had apparently remained in England, and had left a legacy of one hundred pounds to George's children some years before. John is supposed to be Mr. John Clark, of Hartford, who was one of the most influential settlers in the colony. He was a soldier in one of the battles with the Pequots in 1637, one of the patentees of the Royal Charter in 1662, and deputy almost continuously from 1641 to 1665. The brother Daniel may probably have been the Hon. Daniel Clark, who as a boy came to Windsor, Conn., about 1639, with his uncle Rev. Ephraim Huit, and was the second husband of Martha (Pitkin) Wolcott, widow of Simon Wolcott, son of Henry Wolcott (126).
  • ' Children of George and Sarah (__) Clark
    • John, born in England before 1639; was admitted to the Church of Milford, Conn., in 1673, and was either unmarried or childless when his father died, as the estate was left to "my Grand Child Samuell Clark" in default of heirs of John.
    • Hannah, born in Milford in 1640; married in 1660, John Platt, son of Richard Platt.
    • Ruth, baptized in Milford, in 1642; married (1) Thomas Fitch, son of Thomas Fitch; married (2) John Plumb; married (3) John Wheeler, of Woodbury, Conn.
    • (85) Sarah, baptized in 1644; married (1) Lieutenant Reinold Marvin, son of Reinold and Mary (__) Marvin (84), who died in 1676; married (2) Feb. 12, 1678, as his second wife. Captain Joseph Sill, of Cambridge, Mass., afterwards of Lyme, Conn.; and died in 1715 or 1716.
    • Rebecca, baptized in 1646; married Browne.
    • Mary, baptized in 1651 ; married in 1673, Samuel Clark, son of Deacon George Clark.
    • Abigail, baptized Feb. 5, 1653/4; married, probably about 1673, Rev. Abraham Pierson, Rector of Yale College; died in Killingworth, March 15, 1726/7.
    • Elizabeth, baptized in 1656; and probably died young, as she is not mentioned in her father's will.
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  • 'The story of the memorial in honor of the founders of the town of Milford : erected by their descendants and the citizens of Milford : dedicated August 28th, 1889, the town's 250th anniversary (1889)
  • http://archive.org/details/storyofmemoriali00pond
  • http://archive.org/stream/storyofmemoriali00pond#page/15/mode/1up
  • Pg. 15
    • ' No. 18. GEORGE CLARK.
    • ' Obit 1690.
    • ' SARAH his Wife.
  • ' This George was brother to John Clark, of Saybrook, who removed thence to Milford and was made deacon of the first church, and married here the widow of Deacon John Fletcher. His brother Daniel was one of the patentees under the famous charter from Charles II. His only son', John, probably died without issue soon after his father. 'His daughter', Ruth, married Thomas Fitch, of Norwalk, and her grandson was
  • http://archive.org/stream/storyofmemoriali00pond#page/16/mode/1up
  • Pg. 16
  • Governor Thomas Fitch, of Connecticut. Abigail, 'his daughter', married Abraham Pierson, first rector of Yale College. Sarah married first, Reynold Marvin, the celebrated Indian fighler, and after his death married Captain Joseph Sill, and from the latter union Lieutenant Governor George Griswold Sill descends.
    • Mrs. Evelyn McCurdy Salisbury (wife of Professor Edward E.), a descendant of Reynold Marvin, gives this stone.
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  • 'Pierson genealogical records, collected and comp. by Lizzie B. Pierson (1878)
  • http://www26.us.archive.org/details/piersongenealogi00pier
  • http://www26.us.archive.org/stream/piersongenealogi00pier#page/12/mode/1up
  • Pg. 12
  • 2 Abraham2 Pierson (Rev. and rector) was b. 1641 at Lynn, Mass, and d. May 5, 1707 at Old Killingworth (now Clinton) Conn. He was with his fath. at So'ton, removed to Branford ; while there mar. Abigail Clark ('dau. of Geo. Clark of Milford') : grad. at Harvard coll. 1668, and removed with his fath. to the new settlement of Newark. At that time the people of Woodbridge (a neighboring settlement in N. J.) sought ......
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  • 'George Clark1
  • 'M, b. circa 1615, d. August 1690
  • Father George Clark b. 28 Apr 1594, d. 12 Sep 1661
  • Mother Grace Bodye b. c 1594
  • ' George Clark This George Clark was a farmer. He He had brothers Daniel, John and Edward. He married Sarah Northrup. George Clark was born circa 1615 at of Much Munden, Hertfordshire, England. He died in August 1690 at Milford, New Haven, CT.
  • 'Family Sarah Northrup b. c 1619, d. 19 Jul 1689
  • Children
    • Hannah Clark b. 29 Nov 1640, d. c 1711
    • Ruth Clark+ b. 20 Feb 1642, d. c 1709
    • Sarah Clark+ b. 18 Feb 1643, d. 1 Feb 1715/16
    • Rebecca Clark b. Feb 1646, d. c 1693
    • Esther Clark b. 1 Aug 1647, d. 19 Oct 1661
    • (Daughter) Clark b. 12 Aug 1649, d. 12 Aug 1649
    • Mary Clark b. 3 Feb 1651
    • John Clark b. 29 Aug 1652, d. 1693
    • Abigail Clark b. 29 Jan 1653/54, d. 15 Mar 1696
    • Elizabeth Clark b. 27 Jan 1656
  • Citations
  • 1.[S79] Unknown author, The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, p. 23, January 1974.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p20.htm#i601
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  • 'Genealogies of Connecticut Families: From the New England ..., Volume 1
  • By Judith McGhan
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=k6fDl9gE45IC&pg=PA337&lpg=PA337&dq=Genealogies+of+Connecticut+Families:+From+the+New+England+...,+Volume+1&source=bl&ots=B_gYeu9cdV&sig=F8PUurrytgLGoxAS9etSSVnR1tU&hl=en&sa=X&ei=8tKIUMWOJdDriQL5p4DICA&sqi=2&ved=0CE8Q6AEwBw#v=onepage&q=Genealogies%20of%20Connecticut%20Families%3A%20From%20the%20New%20England%20...%2C%20Volume%201&f=false
  • Pg. 419
    • Clark-Clarke Families
  • 6. GEORGE (ca. 1610-15-1690) settled at Milford by 1639 and was called "Sr." and carpenter. By wife Sarah, he had: Thomas*, Sarah, Samuel* and George*. The family is well trace by Georce C. Bryant, Deacon George Clark(e) of Milford, Conn. ... (1949), excellently prepared by Donald Lines Jacobus. Mormon records call him son of George4 (George3, William2, George1) of Hertfordshire, whose 1661 will should be checked in England for confirmation. These same records conflict, and caution is advised.
  • ' 7. GEORGE (also 1610-15-1690) was called "Jr." and farmer and was at Milford by 1640. His wife Mary bore Hannah, Ruth, Sarah, Rebecca, Esther, Mary, John, Abigail and Elizabeth. His 1690 will referred to brothers Daniel, John and Edward, all of England, and to property at Much Munden, co. Herts. Mormon records err in English data, claiming him to be the George who was still at Luton, England, in 1642, and making no note of the Much Munden reference. His male line ended with son John, but daughter Mary married Samuel2 Clark son of George Sr. preceding.
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George Clark, "Jr. - farmer"'s Timeline

1598
October 1, 1598
Kentshire Or Surry, England
1604
December 2, 1604
St Alban,Wood St,London,Middlesex
December 2, 1604
St. Albans, Wood Street, London, England
December 2, 1604
St Alban,Wood St,London,Middlesex
December 2, 1604
St Alban, Wood St, London, Middlesex, England
December 2, 1604
St Alban, Wood St, London, Middlesex, England
December 2, 1604
St Alban, Wood St, London, Middlesex, England
1615
1615
Much Mundon, Herfordshire, England
1640
November 1640
Age 25
1641
February 20, 1641
Age 26
Milford, New Haven Co, Connecticut,