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    1. [CLARK-CANADA] Re: State of the List
    2. Sue Downhill
    3. > > In case you missed it - > if you wish to leave the list before it is deleted by RootsWeb on March 2nd > To Unsubscribe go here, click the RED box "Unsubscribe" you're done! > https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/clark-canada.rootsweb.com/ > Thank you, Sue, list owner, email: clark-canada-owner@rootsweb.com >

    01/12/2020 07:12:29
    1. [CLARK-CANADA] State of the List
    2. Sue Downhill
    3. Jan 7, 2020, 12:37 PM Gist of a message your list admin received from RootsWeb team modified to fit this list: Beginning March 2nd, 2020 the Mailing Lists functionality on RootsWeb will be discontinued. Users will no longer be able to send outgoing emails or accept incoming emails. After March 2nd list admin cannot help. If you wish to unsubscribe at this time a link is provided in the footer of this email below. Some other list admins are setting up alternative lists, using current list members, on other sites. This list admin will not be copying your email address and adding it to an alternative list. As an alternative to RootsWeb Mailing Lists, Ancestry message boards are a great option to network with others in the genealogy community. Message boards are available for free with an Ancestry registered account. https://www.ancestry.com/boards/surnames.clarke/mb.ashx https://www.ancestry.com/boards/surnames.clark/mb.ashx Sue, List Admin

    01/07/2020 11:31:45
    1. Re: [CLARK-CANADA] S*pam to the list
    2. Sue
    3. Folks, the link in the previous email gets re-directed to an adverisement for E-D. Please, do not respond to the list with comments. Just delete. I have requested the message be removed from the archives and Dannielle's email addy is now on the Admin Moderate List. thanks, Sue, List Manager On Tue Apr 19 16:01 , Dannielle Lambert sent: h--p:/www.URL-deleted ---- Msg sent via CWNet - http://www.cwnet.com/

    04/20/2011 12:29:14
    1. [CLARK-CANADA] Clarke Immigrant to America
    2. Sue
    3. Hi Allen, a few months ago I participated in an online webinar held by Ancestry. Very good information (-even for an Oldie like Me!) You must register but the video is free as far as I can find out... hope this helps! & I hope you get other responses! Sue Coming to America: Finding Your Immigrant Ancestors To view the archived webinar, please register below. After you register, you will be able to launch the archived presentation. https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/EventLobbyServlet? target=registration.jsp&eventid=224951&sessionid=1&key=6DCF7063A076828DC5F156B260300735&sourcepage=register In the event the above link does not work go to Ancestry.com click on "Learning Center" then on "Webinars" ---- On Thu Nov 4 14:55 , Allen Clark sent: Good Morning: My name is Allen Clark,and I live in Ontario Canada. I am looking fo he Clarke family who came to Canada in 1833. There was a Colera epidemic in Quebec Ciy so the ship's master had to take the ship to a US Port. One of my Clarke ancestors was born on that ship. I am trying to find the ship so I kno how many family mmbers were on the ship. John & Mary Clarke werethe parents of Daniel Marrron Clarke Daniel Marron Clarke wasbor on April 19, 1833 on the Atlantic Ocean. The ship's Master was Daniel Marron If any one can help me I would appriciate it. Allem Clark allen.clark88@gmail.com ---- Msg sent via CWNet - http://www.cwnet.com/

    11/04/2010 10:58:35
    1. Re: [CLARK-CANADA] Clarke
    2. Bill Horne
    3. Sorry Allen but my Clark's came to Canada in the late 1700's. from Yorkshire, England. Wish I could help Bill Horne

    11/04/2010 10:41:19
    1. [CLARK-CANADA] Clarke
    2. Allen Clark
    3. Good Morning: My name is Allen Clark,and I live in Ontario Canada. I am looking fo he Clarke family who came to Canada in 1833. There was a Colera epidemic in Quebec Ciy so the ship's master had to take the ship to a US Port. One of my Clarke ancestors was born on that ship. I am trying to find the ship so I kno how many family mmbers were on the ship. John & Mary Clarke werethe parents of Daniel Marrron Clarke Daniel Marron Clarke wasbor on April 19, 1833 on the Atlantic Ocean. The ship's Master was Daniel Marron If any one can help me I would appriciate it. Allem Clark allen.clark88@gmail.com

    11/04/2010 08:55:46
    1. [CLARK-CANADA] Clarke
    2. I'm looking for a John Clarke and Ann McGuire. They had at least one daughter named Mary who was born abt. 1863 in Gloucester and married a Peter Cameron in 1885 in Carleton County. Her parents are listed as living in Glen Ogilvie. If anyone has the book Pioneer Families of Glen Ogilvie I would appreciate if you could tell me what is written about them and any other info about this family. Thank you

    03/10/2010 08:59:22
  1. 03/10/2010 08:52:23
    1. Re: [CLARK-CANADA] Clarke
    2. Dannielle Lambert
    3. At this point I am not sure what info I have but I will look and I have someone who is a clark and I can talk to them and see if they have anything that might help. I hope I can find some info for you and for me ________________________________ From: "joan485228@aol.com" <joan485228@aol.com> To: clark-canada@rootsweb.com Sent: Wed, February 24, 2010 9:12:21 AM Subject: Re: [CLARK-CANADA] Clarke Do you have anything on a John Clark. The only things I know are that he came from Ireland, Married a Ann McGuire and they had a daughter named Mary who was born in 1840 or 1841 in Ontario. -----Original Message----- From: Allen Clark <allen.clark88@gmail.com> To: CLARK-CANADA@rootsweb.com Sent: Sun, Feb 21, 2010 1:25 pm Subject: [CLARK-CANADA] Clarke Good Morning: My ancestors came to Canada in 1833 by way of the United States. My Clarke Family were from County Armah, Northern Ireland ohn Clarke and his wife Mary Kelroy with at least 3 and mabe 4 childen *my G.G.Grandfather, borm on July 12, 1830 being one of them) * pparently got a ship from Dublin Ireland bound for Canada. Mary was pregnat, and on April 19, 1833 twin boys were born at sea.  One ived and one died he living son was named Daniel Marron Clarke, for te Ship's Master, beause f his kindness The ship could not stop in Canada because of a Coloea Epidemcic in Quebwc ity, so they went o the US. I Have no idea where they land.  I suspect they came to Canada later that ear r in 1834 Any help would be aooreciated Thank You in Avance Allen Clark ananoqe, Ontario, anada List email: CLARK-Canada@rootsweb.com eneral info. & list archives: ttp://lists.rootsweb.com/index/surname/c/clark.html ------------------------------- o unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CLARK-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com ith the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of he message List email: CLARK-Canada@rootsweb.com General info. & list archives: http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/surname/c/clark.html ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CLARK-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/26/2010 12:58:29
    1. Re: [CLARK-CANADA] Clarke
    2. Do you have anything on a John Clark. The only things I know are that he came from Ireland, Married a Ann McGuire and they had a daughter named Mary who was born in 1840 or 1841 in Ontario. -----Original Message----- From: Allen Clark <allen.clark88@gmail.com> To: CLARK-CANADA@rootsweb.com Sent: Sun, Feb 21, 2010 1:25 pm Subject: [CLARK-CANADA] Clarke Good Morning: My ancestors came to Canada in 1833 by way of the United States. My Clarke Family were from County Armah, Northern Ireland ohn Clarke and his wife Mary Kelroy with at least 3 and mabe 4 childen *my G.G.Grandfather, borm on July 12, 1830 being one of them) * pparently got a ship from Dublin Ireland bound for Canada. Mary was pregnat, and on April 19, 1833 twin boys were born at sea. One ived and one died he living son was named Daniel Marron Clarke, for te Ship's Master, beause f his kindness The ship could not stop in Canada because of a Coloea Epidemcic in Quebwc ity, so they went o the US. I Have no idea where they land. I suspect they came to Canada later that ear r in 1834 Any help would be aooreciated Thank You in Avance Allen Clark ananoqe, Ontario, anada List email: CLARK-Canada@rootsweb.com eneral info. & list archives: ttp://lists.rootsweb.com/index/surname/c/clark.html ------------------------------- o unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CLARK-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com ith the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of he message

    02/24/2010 02:12:21
    1. [CLARK-CANADA] Clark
    2. Do you have anything on a John Clark. The only thing I know is that he came from Ireland, married a Ann McGuire had a daughter named Mary who was born in 1840 or 1841 in Ontario.

    02/24/2010 02:07:59
    1. [CLARK-CANADA] 1830's arrivals in Canada, then US ("Home Children")
    2. Betty
    3. Hello, Because of the "British Home Children" List, I've learned for 8 yrs. that many of the ships which brought the children to Canada from the U.K. sometimes had to go to a US port. This "child migration scheme" went on from 1860's to 1930's. When the ships couldn't stop in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, or Prov. of Quebec because of bad weather, they often would stop in Portland, Maine. If still in bad weather, they would go down to Boston, MA, or then to New Bedford, MA. * I think I've mentioned before that my ancestor, James CLARK / CLARKE, is a "concrete-block wall." He "appeared" in Rhode Island ~1827 and married in a nearby Massachusetts town in 1829, then fathered a daughter there in 1836, and then "disappeared" during the 1840's. He might have been the James who got on a ship in New Bedford, MA, in 1844 which was heading out to the Indian Ocean. He deserted in Australia in 1845. During my research I found out there was a James CLARK who was on a small ship in the St. Lawrence River in ~1825. If it was him, James was "a travelin' man." Betty (near Lowell, MA, USA) * In case some have not heard, in Canada, this is: "2010, the Year of the British Home Child." And the descendants of the "over 100,000" "former child migrants" arriving in Canada are trying to "spread the word" and find ways to celebrate this year. There were probably many of the children who had the surname, CLARK or CLARKE. There are at least 3 data bases for the children. If you would like more information, you can search either "British Home Children" or "Home Children, Canada." I can provide URL's for the important web sites if anyone is interested. (No one knows where my James CLARK was born or who his parents were. My suspicion is that he was from a New England family, but there is no way to find out. He was probably born during 1790's.)

    02/21/2010 10:12:17
    1. [CLARK-CANADA] Clarke
    2. Allen Clark
    3. Good Morning: My ancestors came to Canada in 1833 by way of the United States. My Clarke Family were from County Armah, Northern Ireland John Clarke and his wife Mary Kelroy with at least 3 and mabe 4 childen (*my G.G.Grandfather, borm on July 12, 1830 being one of them) * apparently got a ship from Dublin Ireland bound for Canada. Mary was pregnat, and on April 19, 1833 twin boys were born at sea. One lived and one died The living son was named Daniel Marron Clarke, for te Ship's Master, beause of his kindness The ship could not stop in Canada because of a Coloea Epidemcic in Quebwc City, so they went to the US. I Have no idea where they land. I suspect they came to Canada later that year r in 1834 Any help would be aooreciated Thank You in Avance Allen Clark Gananoqe, Ontario, Canada

    02/21/2010 06:25:17
    1. [CLARK-CANADA] James Edward Clark
    2. Shirley Bent
    3. Seeking Ancestors of James Edward Clark(son of John) born 1819, died 06 April 1870, Port George Nova Scotia Canada. He married Julia Rafuse born Chester, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Julia was born 01 Feb 1838, died 02 February 1917, Port George Nova Scotia.They had 4 Sons. Would like info about James' father John. The only thing I know is his name. Who did John marry? His ancestors, etc.,Did James Edward have siblings? Where did they live? Any help would be appreciated.

    09/17/2009 03:46:27
    1. [CLARK-CANADA] James Edward Clark
    2. Shirley Bent
    3. Seeking descendents of James Edward Clark(son of John) born 1819, died 06 April 1870, Port George Nova Scotia Canada. He married Julia Rafuse born Chester, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Julia was born 01 Feb 1838, died 02 February 1917, Port George Nova Scotia.They had 4 Sons. Would like info on James' father John. The only thing I know is his name. Who did John marry? Did James Edward have siblings? Where did they live? Any help would be appreciated.

    09/11/2009 03:37:56
    1. [CLARK-CANADA] Clark in Pittsburgh Twp, Frontenac Co, ON
    2. Al & Ann Ryder
    3. Hi Listers, I have an Ontario civil death reg. record #13443 for a Mehetible Clark (Ryder), b 1820 in Ontario, who married a Henry Ryder in 1842, Kingston. Ontario . She died as a widow at Dufferin, Pittsburgh Twp, Frontenac Co. ON in 1915 , and her parents are listed as John Clark(e) and Bessie (looks like) CLASSLER or CASSLER, it is unclear which. I have been trying to find out who and where Mehetible's parents are and lived. I have searched many records but have not been able to sort out all the Clark families in the area. They may be of American origin as Mehetible stated she was in the 1901 Census for Pittsburgh Twp. Has anyone any info on this Clarke family? Regards, Ann in B.C.

    12/28/2007 10:03:34
    1. [CLARK-CANADA] Nathaniel Clark and Jane Kennedy - Middlesex, Ontario
    2. Greg and Shannon
    3. Looking for more information (b,m,d and parent names) for Nathaniel Clark b. 24 December 1817 (Ireland) M. Jane Kennedy (no dates). Their son, John Nathaniel Clark 30 Oct 1844 - 5 Dec 1928 who married Elizabeth Clark (Clark is her maiden name too) b. 1843 Ireland - 7 Oct 1917. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Shannon Clark No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.5.503 / Virus Database: 269.17.6/1193 - Release Date: 12/22/2007 2:02 PM

    12/27/2007 06:29:56
    1. Re: [CLARK-CANADA] Re-print of Planters and Pioneers coming soon
    2. Allan Clark
    3. The problem is I'm looking for materil from 1833 and on. Allan Clark ----- Original Message ----- From: "Justin Wentzell" <justin.wentzel@ns.sympatico.ca> To: <CLARK-CANADA@rootsweb.com> Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2007 7:08 AM Subject: [CLARK-CANADA] Re-print of Planters and Pioneers coming soon > Posted by permission of the list administrator > > In connection with the upcoming 250th anniversary of the Planters > arrival to Nova Scotia, I am pleased to announce that a limited edition > reprint of Planters & Pioneers, Nova Scotia 1749-1775 (1982 Revised) by > Dr. Esther Clark Wright will be available soon. For those of you who > may not be familiar with it, Planters & Pioneers contains years of > research by Dr. Wright to determine early settlers to Nova Scotia & New > Brunswick from New England and many parts of Europe. The book is > approximately 310 pages and includes information for more than 4,000 > family leaders (25,000 names in total including family members) gathered > meticulously from township records, registry of deeds, probate records, > county and local histories, census records, family histories, > genealogies, and so forth. In particular, there were a number of CLARK > families included in the book. Dr. Wright had hoped to publish future > editions but the work ended with her passing in 1990. Planters & > Pioneers is very rare because only a few thousand copies were printed > nearly 25 years ago. The re-print is expected to be ready in August. > > If anyone is interested in ordered a copy, or to get more information > about the book, feel free to send a personal message off the list to > info@plantersandpioneers.com . > Kind regards, > > Justin Wentzell > Beaver Bank, Nova Scotia > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > CLARK-CANADA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    07/28/2007 09:37:38
    1. [CLARK-CANADA] Re-print of Planters and Pioneers coming soon
    2. Justin Wentzell
    3. Posted by permission of the list administrator In connection with the upcoming 250th anniversary of the Planters arrival to Nova Scotia, I am pleased to announce that a limited edition reprint of Planters & Pioneers, Nova Scotia 1749-1775 (1982 Revised) by Dr. Esther Clark Wright will be available soon. For those of you who may not be familiar with it, Planters & Pioneers contains years of research by Dr. Wright to determine early settlers to Nova Scotia & New Brunswick from New England and many parts of Europe. The book is approximately 310 pages and includes information for more than 4,000 family leaders (25,000 names in total including family members) gathered meticulously from township records, registry of deeds, probate records, county and local histories, census records, family histories, genealogies, and so forth. In particular, there were a number of CLARK families included in the book. Dr. Wright had hoped to publish future editions but the work ended with her passing in 1990. Planters & Pioneers is very rare because only a few thousand copies were printed nearly 25 years ago. The re-print is expected to be ready in August. If anyone is interested in ordered a copy, or to get more information about the book, feel free to send a personal message off the list to info@plantersandpioneers.com . Kind regards, Justin Wentzell Beaver Bank, Nova Scotia

    07/18/2007 02:08:24
    1. [CLARK-CANADA] Clark Genealogy
    2. Allan Clark
    3. Good aftternon: I am a subscriber to these geneaogy groups. I have a a lot of sucess fiinding my ancestors, bu I amstill looking for a number of them. My Clark family is from Northern Ireland. They settled in Ommemme township in Victoria County, before moving to Con. 8 Lot 22 of Cavan Township, Durham County. They came to Canada in 1833 John and Maiah Clark, with 3 sons born in Ireland. 1 son born at sea and 2 sons born in Canada. I have completed 3 sons and now I'm working on the other 3 sons I am in the the middle of John Clark Jr.I have had sucss but I an far from finished. John Clark Jr. had 10 Children: George H. Clark, Mary Jane Clark, Maria Clark, Salina Clark, John J. Clark, Alice Matilda Clark, Emma Gertrude Clark, Frederick Wilbert Clark, Walter Ephriam Clark,and Lillian Josepeen Clark. I gather that George H. Clark, Frederick Wilbert Clark, and Walter Ephriam Clark, never married, but I would lik to find out when they died and where they are burried. I believe John J Clark married and moved to Saskachwan, but I'm not positive. Mary Jane Clark married Harold Booth, I would like to find their dicendents if that is possble. I was told they were burried near Kingston Ontario, But I'm not positive abut that. Maria Clark Maried Wiliam Larmer and had a leat 3 Chikden, I would like to find their dicendents if that is possble. Salina Clark Married Ricvhrd King Goodfellow, they lived in Fraserville, so I will visit the Frraserville cemetery next time I'm in the Millbrook area.. But I would like to find their dicendents if that is possble. Emma Clark never married, I would still like to know when she died and where she is burried. Lillian Josepeen Clark Married John Bateson, But I would like to find their dicendents if that is possble. And I am stii looking for John Clark Jr's. Brother Abraham CClark, He married Eliza Barnard Feb. 14, 1859 I keep forgetting to say this, John Clark Jr. Married Maria McQuade on Januay 5, 1860 in Millrook. To every one who read this, I really appreciate your help. I couldn't have gt this far without it. Allan Clark Gananoque, Ontario

    02/06/2007 07:41:36