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Thomas Clarke


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   6284 1.0 Thomas Clarkemale
Father: James Clarke
Mother: Margaret [.n.k.]
Birth: about 1847, at Shap, WestmorlandCensus

Married: Ann Jenkinson  1867BMD
b. about 1846, at Nateby, LancashireCensus

   62862.1 Margaret Clarkefemale
Birth: about 1868, at Nateby, LancashireCensus

   62872.2 John William Clarkemale
Birth: about 1870, at Kirkland, LancashireCensus

   62882.3 Sarah Ann Clarkefemale
Birth: about 1872, at Kirkland, LancashireCensus

   62892.4 James Clarkemale
Birth: about 1873, at Kirkland, LancashireCensus

   62902.5 Mary Ellen Clarkefemale
Birth: about 1875, at Kirkland, LancashireCensus

   62912.6 Lancelot Clarkemale
Birth: about 1877, at Kirkland, LancashireCensus

   62922.7 Frances Clarkemale
Birth: about 1879, at Kirkland, LancashireCensus

   62932.8 Thomas R Clarkemale
Birth: about Nov 1880, at Kirkland, LancashireCensus

   62942.9 Edith L Clarkefemale
Birth: about 1884, at Kirkland, LancashireCensus



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