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Author: William W. (William Wallace) Johnson
Title: Clarke-Clark genealogy : records of the descendants of Thomas Clarke, Plymouth, 1623-1697
Publisher: North Greenfield, Wis. : W.W. Johnson
Subject (keywords, tags): Clark family
Contributor: Boston Public Library
Format: txt
Size: 134 kb

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Subject: Clarke-Clark Genealogy
twclark
2009-06-29
Greetings, I have the missing pages for anyone interested. I also would like to locate other decendents. Must be out there somewhere. Just curious.... Signed, Thomas Walton Clark


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