Person:Deborah Clarke (4)

m. 16 Oct 1701
  1. Hannah Clark1704 - 1713
  2. Deborah Clark1705 - 1708
  3. Deborah Clarke1708/09 - Bef 1755
  4. Gedney Clarke, Sr., Merchant and Slave Trader1711 - 1764
  5. Francis Clarke1713 - 1713
  6. Hannah Clark1714/15 -
m. 28 Oct 1731
Facts and Events
Name[2] Deborah Clarke
Gender Female
Birth[1] 31 Jan 1708/09 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Christening[3] 6 Feb 1708/09 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 28 Oct 1731 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Sir William Fairfax, of Belvoir
Death[4] Bef 6 Feb 1755 Fairfax (county), Virginia, United States
  1. Record Commissioners of Boston. Boston Births from A.D. 1700 to A.D. 1800. (Boston: Rockwell and Churchill, 1894), 55.

    Deborah daughter of Francis Clark and Deborah his Wife [Born] 31 January 1708.

  2. Waters, Henry Fitzgilbert. "The Gedney and Clarke Families of Salem, Mass.", in Essex Institute Historical Collections. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute Press), 16:272.

    Deborah Clarke, d/o Francis, b. Boston 31 Jan 1708, m. as his second wife William Fairfax, Esq. They sailed for Virginia 17 Jun 1734 to manage the estates of his cousin, Lord Fairfax.

  3. "Brattle Square Church", in Dunkle, Robert J., and Ann S. Lainhart. Records of the Churches of Boston and the First Church, Second Parish, and Third Parish of Roxbury: including baptisms, marriages, deaths, admissions, and dismissals: (1600s-1800s). (Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001), p. 37.

    Deborah Clark. [age] 1W. 6. Feb. [1709.] [daughter of] Francis Clark [baptized].
    [Note: Jan and Feb 1709 follow Nov 1708, so this is 1708/09.]

  4. Her husband's will, dated 6 Feb 1755, mentions "my late wife".
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