Clark, Thomas, was born in Stephentown, N. Y., and married Betsey ___, by whom he had eight children, viz.:
Slocum, Betsey, Carey, Polly, Sanford, Thomas, George, and Hannah. Thomas Clark, jr., was also born in Stephentown,
N. Y. and died in Ellenburgh, N. Y., in 1858; at the age of seventy five. He married Mary Manzer, and his children
were Lawrence D., Alanson M., Ann E., and Lester M. His son, Lawrence D. Clark, was born in Whitehall, N. Y., in
1812, and has been a resident of Swanton and Highgate for many years. He is now a resident of Swanton. Mr. Clark
married Esther S. Barney, of Swanton, daughter of Rufus and Hannah Barney, and his children were Arthur O., Ida
M. Lillie E., Nettie G., and Bertha, all of whom are deceased. Lillie E. Clark married M. A. Neff, of Newport,
R. I., and at her death left three children, Charles C., Lillie, and Rhoda M. Mrs. Clark died July 29, 1888, aged
twenty six. Lawrence D. Clark served in the late war, in Company A, First Regiment Vermont Volunteers, as captain.
He reenlisted in the Thirteenth Regiment as major and served six months. He organized Companies A and K as volunteers
of Franklin county, Vt. Martin L. Clark, adopted by Lawrence II. Clark, died in Andersonville prison at the age
of sixteen. L. D. Clark owns a considerable tract of land in Swanton.
History of Franklin and Grand Isle Counties Vermont
Edited by: Lewis Cass Aldrich
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y.
Franklin County, VT
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