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Clark (e) West Riding of Yorkshire.

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Dorothy Report 5 Apr 2021 14:41

Still searching for the whereabouts of anyone related to the brothers or sisters of Robert Clarke b. 1877 in Low Bentham or any info on where they all ended up.


nameslessone Report 5 Apr 2021 14:49

If you are still searching, does that mean you have had another thread on the subject? If so please delete this one and add to the older one. Saves people doing the same searches.


ErikaH Report 5 Apr 2021 15:14

I can't find the previous thread, but there must be one


Hezekiah Clarke Head Married Male 53 1838 Stone Mason Bentham, Yorkshire, England
Eliza Clarke Wife Married Female 51 1840 - Holme, Westmorland, England
John Clarke Son Single Male 19 1872 Silk Dresser Bentham, Yorkshire, England
Robert Clarke Son - Male 14 1877 Silk Dresser Bentham, Yorkshire, England
Margaret A Clarke Daughter - Female 12 1879 Scholar Bentham, Yorkshire, England
Beatrice Garwell Granddaughter - Female 2 1889 - Bentham, Yorkshire, England


Do some research yourself - look for info using freebmd

Look in 'search all members trees'. One member other than you has Hezekiah in his tree - send a contact message


ArgyllGran Report 5 Apr 2021 15:19

Earlier thread:

Dorothy -

please add to the end of the old thread, instead of continuing with this one, to keep all the information together.