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  1. Lillian Clark: Birth: 25 Mar 1879 in Little York, Washington, Indiana. Death: 11 Apr 1910 in Seymour, Jackson, Indiana

  2. Nellie Clark: Birth: 1880 in Little York, Washington, Indiana. Death: 1899 in , Washington, Indiana

  3. Harry Clark: Birth: 1881/1884 in Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas. Death: ABT 1900 in , , Indiana

  4. Ida Clark: Birth: ABT 1883 in Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas. Death: ABT 1899 in , , Indiana

  5. Margaret Mae Clark: Birth: 20 Mar 1887 in Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas. Death: 7 Jun 1962 in Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana

  6. Benjamin Harrison Clark: Birth: Jun 1889 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri. Death: in , Henry, Indiana

  7. Henry Charlton Clark: Birth: 24 Aug 1892 in , Scott, Indiana. Death: 14 Nov 1959 in Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio

  8. Bessie Eleanor Clark: Birth: 6 Apr 1895 in , Scott, Indiana. Death: 31 Jan 1953 in , , Indiana

  9. Bertha Laura Clark: Birth: 9 Mar 1897 in Little York, Scott, Indiana. Death: 4 Oct 1939 in New Castle, Henry, Indiana

  10. Everett Ellis Clark: Birth: 3 May 1901 in Little York, Washington, Indiana. Death: 19 Jun 1992 in New Castle, Henry, Indiana


Notes
a. Note:   Edward Fein, 266 Concord Ave., Fairfield, CA 94533; 707-428-6181; cell: 707-631-8279. Visited grave site in St. Cloud, Osceola, Florida. Personal interviews with son Everett, son-in-law Kenneth Shelley. IGI 7701908, batch 60. Poll Lists Monroe Twp, Washington Co, IN 1856-62 for Henry Clark. Poll Lists Vernon Twp, Washington Co, IN 1847-50 for Henry Clark. 11 Apr 1868 Killed George F. Telle. Poll Lists Washington Twp, Washington Co, IN 1872 for Henry Clark. Marriage record Scott Co, IN Bk. 5 p. 60, Alwilda Rayhill to Henry C. Clark. Married by John H. Finley, Minister. U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938 <http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1200&enc=1> about Henry C Clark Name: Henry C Clark Birth Year: abt 1848 Keyed Birth Location: Ind Birth State: Indiana Admitted Year: 1911 Age at Admission: 63 State: Tennessee County: Washington [Carter] City: Johnson City Branch: Mountain Branch
  Moved to New Castle, Henry, IN in 1913 acc to Everett Clark's obituary. 1880 Knox Co, IN census Henry Clark 31 IN/KY/KY b. 1848-1849; RR laborer; Vincennes; FHL film 1254289, NA film T9-0289 page 433A. 1900 Washington Co, IN Henry C. Clark 52 IN/KY/KY b. Apr 1848 md 23 years; wife has 6 of 9 children living; ED 129 Sheet 3A line 5 #43/43; 4 Jun 1900.
  1880 1900 Henry Clark 31 IN/KY/KY 52 IN/KY/KY Apr 1848 Wilda Clark 19 IN/IN/IN 41 IN/VA/IN Mar 1859; 6 of 9 children living in 1900 Lillie Clark 1 IN/IN/IN 1878-1879 Nellie Clark 2/12 IN/IN/IN 1880 Maggie Clark 13 KS/IN/IN Mar 1887 Benjamin H. Clark 10 MO/IN/IN Jun 1889 Henry C. Clark 7 IN/IN/IN Aug 1892 Bessie L. Clark 5 IN/IN/IN Apr 1895 Bertha L. Clark 3 IN/IN/IN Mar 1897
  Washington Co, IN History, page 435 -- STRONG DRINK CAUSES TROUBLE -- Between the years 1864-1868 Henry Clark was a terror in and around Salem. He was a fine-looking young man, but drank heavily whenever he was able to extort money from his father, who was of a kind and indulgent disposition. Young Clark almost ruined his father financially by his acts of lawlessness, which required considerable sums of money from time to time to keep him out of the clutches of the law. On the evening of April 11, 1868, the Good Templars had a mass meeting at the court house in Salem, which young Clark did not approve of, and he threatened to put some of the leading temperance people where they could not be making war on whisky. As the meeting broke up Clarke stationed himself in the street on the south side of the court house and fired several shots from a pistol into the crowd. A shot struck George F. Telle, inflicting a mortal wound. Clark concealed himselt that night in an old house on North main Street, armed with a pistol and shotgun. The next morning an attempt was made to arrest him and he warned the officers to keep their distance that he would shoot the first man who came near his hiding place. Occasionally he would discharge his gun to terrorize the officers attempting to arrest him. Late in the day his father succeeded in persuading him to surrender. He was indicted, tried, convicted and sentenced to confinement in the penitentiary for twenty-one years. Being divorced from whisky, he made an exemplary convict and was pardoned before he served out quite half his term.
  American Civil War Soldiers <http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3737&enc=1> about Henry Clark Name: Henry Clark Residence: Salem, Indiana Enlistment Date: 20 Jan 1865 Side Served: Union State Served: Indiana Death Date: 20 Jun 1937 Death Place: St Cloud, Florida Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 20 January 1865. Enlisted in Company C, 144th Infantry Regiment Indiana </cgi-bin/sse.dll?&ti=0­&db=hdsregiment&f0=548&f11=Union> on 20 Jan 1865. Mustered Out Company C, 144th Infantry Regiment Indiana </cgi-bin/sse.dll?&ti=0­&db=hdsregiment&f0=548&f11=Union> on 5 Aug 1865.
  American Civil War Regiments <http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3866&enc=1> Regiment: 144th Infantry Regiment Indiana Date of Organization: 6 Mar 1865 Muster Date: 5 Aug 1865 Regiment State: Indiana Regiment Type: Infantry Regiment Number: 144th
  U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938 <http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1200&enc=1> about Henry C Clark Name: Henry C Clark Birth Year: abt 1848 Keyed Birth Location: Ind Birth State: Indiana Admitted Year: 1911 Age at Admission: 63 State: Tennessee County: Washington [Carter] City: Johnson City Branch: Mountain Branch
  One Hundred and Forty-fourth Infantry. -- Col., George W. Riddle; Lieut.- Col., Henry C. Ferguson; Maj., Thomas Clark. The 144th was organized at Indianapolis in March, 1865, being composed of companies raised in the 2nd Congressional district. It was mustered in March 6, and left the state on the 9th for Harper's Ferry, Va., where it was assigned to the 1st brigade, 1st provisional division, Army of the Shenandoah. It was ordered to Halltown, and was stationed at different times at Charlestown, Winchester, Stephenson's depot and Opequan creek. It was on guard duty until Aug. 5, 1865, when it was mustered out. Its strength was 1,036; and it lost by death, 46; desertion, 19; unaccounted for, 1. Source: The Union Army, vol. 3, p. 188


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