Person:Eunice Clark (5)

Eunice Henrietta Clark
d.Bef. 1860
m. 24 Jan 1774
  1. Eunice Henrietta Clark1798 - Bef 1860
m. 17 Aug 1826
  1. Joseph Alexander McIntire1829 - 1909
  2. Arthur L. McIntireAbt 1831 -
  3. Sarah B McIntireAbt 1833 -
  4. Eldridge W. McIntire1834 - 1916
  5. Martha Elenora Mary Elizabeth Miller McIntireAbt 1839 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Eunice Henrietta Clark
Gender Female
Birth[1] 9 Jan 1798 Orange, Virginia, United States
Marriage 17 Aug 1826 Orange, Virginia, United Statesto Solomon Hershey McIntire
Death[3] Bef. 1860

The will of Joseph Clark, dated 28 Sep 1836, proved in Orange County, leaves his daughter Eunice H McIntire of Madison County 277 acres of land, a Negro man named Simon, a woman Susan, and a child Sam, a horse, a yoke of oxen, 2 cows and their calves, tools, and sheep, for a total of $2866.

  1. 1.0 1.1 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.

    Eunice Henrietta Clark, d/o Joseph Clark and Ann Haynes, b. 9 Jan 1798, m. Solomon H. McIntire of Madison County, GA [sic, should be VA].

  2. Clark Bible.

    Eunice Henrietta Clark of the said Joseph and Nancy, born the 9th of January, 1798.

  3. Eunice is listed with her husband in 1850 US Census. Neither one is listed in 1860 US Census, and son Eldridge is head of household with wife, and two of his sisters included.