Person:Joseph Clark (77)

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Joseph Clark
m. Abt 1751
  1. Joseph Clark1752 - 1839
  2. Robert ClarkAbt 1754 - 1855
  3. Larkin Clark1760 - Bef 1843
  4. Ambrose ClarkAbt 1761 -
  5. George ClarkAbt 1762 - Aft 1820
  6. Sarah ClarkAbt 1763 -
m. 24 Jan 1774
  1. Eunice Henrietta Clark1798 - Bef 1860
  • HJoseph Clark1752 - 1839
  • W.  Catherine Cannady (add)
m. 12 Jan 1812
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Name Joseph Clark
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 12 Apr 1752 Orange, Virginia, United States
Marriage 24 Jan 1774 Orange, Virginia, United Statesto Ann Powell Haynes
Marriage 12 Jan 1812 to Catherine Cannady (add)
Death[2] 5 Feb 1839 Orange, Virginia, United States

Joseph Clark built the home that is now the Willow Grove Inn. It was enlarged by his son William.,

Per History of Elbert CountyS1, p. 399, in 1784, Joseph Clark with some of his brothers settled on the Savannah River on land now part of Elbert County. He later returned to Orange County, Virginia, but several of his children remained in Georgia.

References
  1. McIntosh, John H. (John Hawes), and Georgia) Daughters of the American Revolution. Stephen Heard Chapter (Elberton. The official history of Elbert County, 1790-1935. (Elberton, Georgia: Stephen Heard Chapter, D.A.R., 1940), 398.

    Joseph Clark, s/o William Clark and 2nd wife Martha Foster, b. Orange Co, VA, 12 Apr 1752, m. (1) 24 Jan 1774 Ann Haynes, m. (2) 12 Jan 1812 Catherine Canady.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Clark Bible.

    Joseph Clark, son of William Clark and Martha his wife was born on the 12th day of April 1752.
    Joseph, the husband of Ann Clark, departed this life on the 5th of February, 1839 - 48 minutes after 11 o'clock in the morning in the 87th year of his age.