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Jesse CLARK
Nancy Jane STROUP
Husband:  Jesse CLARK
Birth:  14 Sep 1811, Crooked Creek, Burke Co., NC
Death:  1868, Riceville, Buncombe Co., NC
Occupation:  farmer
Father:  Cornelius CLARK (1770-1835)
Mother:  Sarah A. MENDENHALL (1776-1850)
Marriage:
Wife:  Nancy Jane STROUP
Birth:  29 Nov 1811, Buncombe Co., NC
Death:  19 May 1892, Buncombe Co., NC
Father:  Joseph STROUP
Mother:  Catherine CREASMAN
Children:
1.  Sara / Sarah C. CLARK, b. 15 Oct 1833, Burke Co., NC
2.  William Henry CLARK, b. 11 Jul 1835, Buncombe Co., NC *** m1. Eliza Minerva STROUP (b. 15 Oct 1833), d/o David Rufus
3.  Joseph Cornelius CLARK, b. 14 Dec 1844, Buncombe Co., NC; d. 12 Apr 1897, Buncombe Co., NC
4.  James CLARK, b. 1845/6
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1.  Marriage Record:

1860 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #181 of 213):  Swannanoa P.O., Buncombe Co., NC, Roll M653_889, p. 347B/696, PN 8, 60/60, enumerated 8 Aug 1860, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1860 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Jesse Clark 49 M   Farmer 1200 600 NC
Nancy   " 49 F         "
James   " 14 M         "
Listed next to Nancy's widowed mother, Catharine (CREASMAN) STROUP, on one side, and five households from Nancy's brother, Henry STROUP, on the other.

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