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Benjamin Franklin CLARK
Prudence Matilda SNETHEN
Husband:  Benjamin Franklin CLARK
Birth:  19 Jan or 22 Apr 1826
Death:  6 Mar 1883, Mineola, Montgomery Co., MO
Disposition:  bur. Clark Cemetery, Hwy J, Mineola, Montgomery Co., MO 
Father:  Hon. Isaac CLARK
Mother:  Mary "Polly" FRENCH
Marriage:
Wife:  Prudence Matilda SNETHEN
Birth:  1828/9
Children:
1.  David H. CLARK, b. 1849
2.  Mary CLARK, b. 1847-50
3.  John F. CLARK, b. 1852/3
4.  Sarah S. CLARK, b. 1858/9
5.  (Child) CLARK (said to have had five children)
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Sources:

1.  Family Group Sheet compiled by Georgie Tolleson and Betty Ann (Matthiesen) Cogliati.

2.  Message #5936 in the Clark Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum), posted by Rick W. Mandigo.  He gives these census records:
1850 Montgomery Co., MO #586
Benjamin Clark 24
Prudence 21
David  1
Mary 3/12
Listed next to Benjamin's brother and, presumably, Prudence's sister, William and Elizabeth (SNETHEN) CLARK
 
1860 Montgomery Co., MO #500
Benjamin Clark 30
Prudence 29
Mary P 12
David H 10
John F  7
Sarah S  1

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