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Russell Kilburn Clark

Russell Kilburn Clark

Kenyon Clark (View posts)
Posted: 24 Jan 2000 5:05PM GMT
I am looking for information on Russell Kilburn Clark. He was
the father of Daniel Porter Clark. Daniel was born Sept 1824. Married 1858 to
Jannette Hakes. Russells wife was Elizabeth Towne.

Russell Killburn Clark

B. Gardner (View posts)
Posted: 22 Jul 2000 4:04PM GMT
Russell Killburn Clark b.1800Winfield,Hrkmr,N.Y. m.Eliz Towne 1821 Mccomb,Mcdonough,Ill. d.1831. Towne b.24Feb1804Winfield,Hrknm,NY d.9Mar1865 Macedonia,Hinck,Ill. My records show Daniel Porter m.Sarah Melissa Hakes b.10 Dec 1894 in Parowan,Iron,UT. What info do you have on Solomon Hakes b. 1677-1688? Please reply to my e-mail. Thank you.

Solomon Hakes

Kenyon J. Clark (View posts)
Posted: 27 Jul 2000 9:51PM GMT
I have a Collins Rowe Hakes family book. The following is written in it.
Solomon Hakes, b. ? in England. The place of his birth was most probably County Devon. If this is the person that you are looking for I can write more about him at a later date. E-mail me if you are interested in this information.
Kenyon

Solomon Hakes

Kenyon J. Clark (View posts)
Posted: 27 Jul 2000 9:51PM GMT
I have a Collins Rowe Hakes family book. The following is written in it.
Solomon Hakes, b. ? in England. The place of his birth was most probably County Devon. If this is the person that you are looking for I can write more about him at a later date. E-mail me if you are interested in this information.
Kenyon

russell k clark

diana hone (View posts)
Posted: 28 Aug 2000 7:02AM GMT
am also looking for info on his family i have his fathers name as ezekiel no mother i have much info on the children and wife where did you get marriage data from

information

Clark, Russell Kilburn (View posts)
Posted: 29 Aug 2000 8:27PM GMT
I have information on Russell Kilburn Clark that my fater reached. He was a great grandson of Russell Kilburn Clark. We have researched for years to find the father and mother of Russell kIlburn Clark, but have never been able to find any information beyond him.
I have all his desendents on group sheets, but have not been able to locate anyone past him. I am very interested in sharing information about this line. Please e-mail me at kc34@ldsworld.com. Thank you. Kenyon Clark

Solomon Hakes

Reply to Kenyon J. Clark (View posts)
Posted: 26 Sep 2000 3:22PM GMT
Thanks for the infor. I would be interested in receiving you can send. My info says he was probably born in Devon in 1677-1688, that he married Anna Billings 16 Jan 1718.
Parents???
Bae ---- bythesea@uofu.net

Solomon Hakes

Bae ---- bythesea@uofu.net (View posts)
Posted: 29 Sep 2000 7:57PM GMT
The place of his birth was most probably County Devon.
The English Families believe that to have been where both the names Hake and Hakes originated,
and where both families were first known by their armorial
berarings. He was in Westerly, Rhode Island,
in April 1709, and in the town meeting of that month was propounded
to be recieved a freeman. At the meeting in May following,
the committee of inquiry mde a favorable report, and
there upon he was voted a freeman and alloted 100 acres of
vacant land, the same as the other freemen.
He removed to Stonington Conn., the first of January 1710,
and the town meeting of Stonington, in that month, prescribed and
recored an ear mark for his cattle. The same ear mark the town meeting
afterwards contunued to his son George, June 28, 1754, and his grandsons,
Jesse and Elihu, in 1807. He married Anna Billings, (b. Oct. 1661.)
daughter of Ebenezer and Anna (Comstock) Billings of Stonington, January 16, 1718.
He was married by Rev'dJames Noyes.
I have more if you are interested.
E-mail me again if you are.
I live in Salt Lake area. If you are close I could copy any
part of the book I have on the Hakes and sent it to you.
I get tired of typing.
Kenyon

Solomon Hakes

KC34@ldsworld.com (View posts)
Posted: 29 Sep 2000 7:58PM GMT
The place of his birth was most probably County Devon.
The English Families believe that to have been where both the names Hake and Hakes originated,
and where both families were first known by their armorial
berarings. He was in Westerly, Rhode Island,
in April 1709, and in the town meeting of that month was propounded
to be recieved a freeman. At the meeting in May following,
the committee of inquiry mde a favorable report, and
there upon he was voted a freeman and alloted 100 acres of
vacant land, the same as the other freemen.
He removed to Stonington Conn., the first of January 1710,
and the town meeting of Stonington, in that month, prescribed and
recored an ear mark for his cattle. The same ear mark the town meeting
afterwards contunued to his son George, June 28, 1754, and his grandsons,
Jesse and Elihu, in 1807. He married Anna Billings, (b. Oct. 1661.)
daughter of Ebenezer and Anna (Comstock) Billings of Stonington, January 16, 1718.
He was married by Rev'dJames Noyes.
I have more if you are interested.
E-mail me again if you are.
I live in Salt Lake area. If you are close I could copy any
part of the book I have on the Hakes and sent it to you.
I get tired of typing.
Kenyon

Solomon Hakes

Clark Surname (View posts)
Posted: 28 Mar 2001 3:11PM GMT
Would appreciate any information re Solomon Hakes.
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