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James CLARK
Esther SHANNON
Husband:  James CLARK
Birth:  1754/5, VA
Death (æ 63):  6 Aug 1818, Lucasville, Scioto Co., OH
Marriage:
Wife:  Esther SHANNON
Birth:  1764/5, MD
Death (æ 45):  1810, Lucasville, Scioto Co., OH
Children presumably born in Hampshire Co., VA [now WV]:
1.  John CLARK, b. ca. 1786; d. 13 Dec 1811, Lucasvile, Scioto Co., OH; m. 15 Mar 1810, Abigail LUCAS
2.  Jane CLARK, b. ca. 1780s/90s; d. 11 Jul 1845, Lucasville, Scioto Co., OH; m. 28 Feb 1805, Isaac JOHNSON
3.  William CLARK, b. 1787/8 
4.  Nancy CLARK, b. ca. 1780s/90s; m. 3 Mar 1821, John BUCKLES
5.  James Ford CLARK, b. Feb 1798; d. 4 Apr 1875, Grundy Co., MO; m. 18 Aug 1830, Elizabeth BUCKLES
6.  Samuel Finney CLARK, b. 19 Feb 1799; d. 30 Apr 1877, Girard, Macoupin Co., IL; m. 6 Jan 1821, Mary UTT
7.  Hester / Esther "Hetta" CLARK, b. 1804/5
8.  Rachel CLARK
9.  Thomas CLARK, b. 1805; m. 1833, IN, Lamina ROUNSAVELL
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia

Sources:

1.  Marriage Record:

2.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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