Family:John Clark and Ann Rogers (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[2][3] abt 1749 Virginia
Children
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3 Oct 1822 Kentucky
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Mar 1783 prob Indiana
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Apr 1838
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15 Jan 1795
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References
  1.   John Clark & Anne Rogers, in Jennings, Kathleen. The Clark Family of Louisville. (Extract of Louisville's First Families: a Series of Genealogical Sketches), 45-55, 1920, Questionable quality.
  2. Dawson, Nelson L. Genealogies of Kentucky Families: From the Filson Club History Quarterly. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1981), 3:261, Secondary quality.

    'John Clark and Ann Rogers married about 1749. They migrated west and settled on a plantation, in Albemarle County, ... It was in Albemarle County that their first three or four children ... were born. ... about 1756 to 1758, they moved back eastward to a plantation in Caroline County, ... and there their remaining children were born.'

  3. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900. (Yates Publishing), Secondary quality.

    U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900
    Name: John Clark
    Gender: Male
    Birth Place: VA
    Birth Year: 1726
    Spouse Name: Ann Rogers
    Marriage Year: 1749
    Number Pages: 1

  4.   Family Recorded, in English, William Hayden. Conquest of the country northwest of the river Ohio, 1778-1783, and life of Gen. George Rogers Clark: with numerous sketches of men who served under Clark, and full list of those allotted lands in Clark's Grant for service in the campaigns against the British posts, showing exact land allotted each. (Indianapolis, Indiana: Bowen-Merrill Co., 1896), 991-1019, Secondary quality.

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