Abt 1840 - 1888 (~ 48 years)
||Clark, Thomas |
||Warren County, Ohio, USA
||Randolph County, Indiana, USA
||19 Jan 2009 |
||Cox, Susannah, d. Unknown |
| ||1. Clark, Emaline, b. 4 Oct 1844, Indiana, USA , d. 25 Oct 1921, Portland, Jay County, Indiana, USA (Age 77 years)|
||16 Feb 2009 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
Thomas H. Clark, substantial farmer, public servant and man of affairs, was born August 26, 1846, on a farm in Warren county, Ohio, and he is a son of Thomas and Susannah (Cox) Clark, and was one of nine children, he being the only son, and was fourth in order of birth. His sisters are, Ann Eliza, married B. V. M. Brouse, a farmer of Ward township, and died at the age of fifty-one years, leaving seven children: Mary Jane is the widow of William Valentine, who was a farmer near Springfield, Ohio, and she has seven children; Emmeline married Cyrus Sackett, now deceased; she lives near Winchester and has five children, two having died in early life; Sarah Elizabeth is the widow of Thomas Seagraves, who was a farmer, and she had five children; Arabella, deceased, married Henry Hobbick, a farmer in Kansas, and three sons were born to them; Martha, of Muncie, Indiana, is the widow of Colvin Mann, who was a farmer, and five children were born to them; Margaret, widow of Robert Reynolds, lives at Winchester, by whom she had four children; she later married Daniel Keys and to them four children were born: Hannah, deceased, was the wife of Robert McCracken, also deceased he was a farmer and merchant of Green township, and to them three children were born.
Thomas Clark, father of our subject, was reared on a farm in Warren county, Ohio. About 1840 he came to Indiana and took up a homestead, then returned to Ohio, where he remained seven years, then came back to Indiana and established his future home, and here his death occurred in 1888 at the age of seventy-one years. His farm has remained in the family, our subject now occupying the same. He was a successful farmer and a good and useful man. ... The father of our subject had a premonition of his death six months before the final summons came, and made his arrangements accordingly. ...