CLARK, WILLIAM FRANKLIN - Greenwood County, Kansas | WILLIAM FRANKLIN CLARK - Kansas Gravestone Photos

William Franklin CLARK

Means (aka Rocky Ford) Cemetery
Greenwood County,

January 17, 1853 - November 13, 1888
Aged 35 years 9 months 7 days

Son of Washington Clark and Lavina Burchett Clark. Married to Rebecca Parsons Clark.
William's father died as a prisoner of the Civil War, in Illinois. His mother Rebecca reports that she gave birth to eight children, with seven living by 1900. She made a living as a weaver, while 13 year old son Robert worked as a day laborer. Between 1870-1875 William married Rebecca F Parsons in Lee County, Virginia. They migrated with his family to Greenwood County, Kansas. The seven children that I have identified are Flora C, Florence A, Howard Foster, Minnie Lavisa, M.M. (female), Robert G "Bob", and Emma F. William was a farmer.

Research by Lila Cole
Photo Provided By Donna (Endorf) Londeen

Contributed on 10/10/13

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Record #: 10654

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Submitted: 10/10/13 • Approved: 9/19/17 • Last Updated: 3/12/18 • R10654-G0-S3

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