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5. REV GILBERT5 CLARK (BENJAMIN4, BENJAMIN JOHN3, ALEXANDER2, GILBERT1) was born 1791 in North Carolina, and died 16 Sep 1854 in Hopkins County, Texas. He married MARY ANN WARD 11 Oct 1811 in Logan County, Kentucky, daughter of LUKE WARD and REBECA DREW. She was born 11 Sep 1796 in Duplin County, North Carolina.


Notes for REV GILBERT CLARK:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jacbrax&id=I1662

ID: I1662

Name: Gilbert CLARK

Sex: M

Birth: 12 JAN 1791 in Edgefield District, South Carolina,USA

Burial: McFall Cemetery SEP 1854 Neltla,Hopkins Go., Texas,USA

Death: 16 SEP 1854 in Hopkins co., Texas USA

Note:


Southern Campaign American Revolution Pension Statements

Pension Application of Benjamin Clark, Natl Archives Microseries M804, Roll __, Application #

S31611

Transcribed and annotated by Nancy Poquette

Hempstead County, Arkansas Territory, October 3, 1832,Benjamin Clark, senior, aged 74

years: “That from the best information in his possession or power he was born in or about the month of January 1758 in Dobbs County, NC, whence his parents removed when he was about one year old to Duplin County also in the state of North Carolina where he was raised and lived during the American

Revolution. That about the time or shortly after the cessation of hostilities and the declaration of peace

he moved from the said County of Duplin to Sampson County, also in the state of North Carolina,

where he resided for some 3 or 4 years, and then removed to Edgefield District or County, SC. That he resided in Edgefield aforesaid for 9 or 10 years and removed thence to Logan County, KY, where he

resided about 18 months and then removed thence to Sumner County in the state of Tennessee, where

he resided about 1 year and removed thence to Wilson County, TN n which county he resided at the

same place about 19 or 20 years, and removed thence to the county of Arkansas in the Territory of

Missouri and settled at a place now embraced in the county of Hempstead in the Territory of Arkansas.

That he resided in the county of Hempstead aforesaid until about the year 1826 and that he then

removed to a place at the time of his removal, also situated in Hempstead County, but which upon the

establishment of Sevier County, was embraced within its limits. That he lived in said Sevier County

until the year 1831, in which year he again removed to the said Hempstead County, in which he still

resides.”

“That he believes he entered the service of the United States as a militia man in the militia of

the state of North Carolina, at the time under the command of Colonel James Kenan about the year

1775 or 1776. That he joined the infantry under the command of said Kenan and was stationed during

the principal part of the first campaign or tour which he served near Wilmington in Hanover County in

the state of North Carolina, on or near a small watercourse called Juniper Run, which empties into

Cape Fear River on the north side below Wilmington, and that he also believes his said tour was for 3

months and that he served the same as a mere private.”

“That whilst he was stationed near Wilmington as aforesaid, there was with the corps there

stationed, two officers of the continental line named Pinckney, thee engaged in the recruiting service.

He believes that at or about the time he was stationed near Wilmington, there was some Continental

troops at Wilmington commanded by a Colonel or General Moore. That at the expiration of the for

which the militia under the command of Colonel Kenan had engaged, there being no troops present to

relieve them, the one half of the command as he believes were required to remain in the service.

Whether they remained as volunteers or were drafted he cannot say, but he again engaged in the service

with those in Colonel Kenan’s command who were required to remain, and substituted in his place a

man by the name of Samuel Oats, and thereupon left the service and returned to his home in Duplin

County aforesaid. He believes that at the time he substituted said Oats in his place, he had engaged for

a tour of 3 months as a private. He also states that he engaged as a volunteer in the militia and served

another tour as a private in a corps of infantry commanded by Colonel James Kenan. Major James

Moore at the time, belonged to the same corps and acted as major.”

“That he was stationed for some part of this tour at Rock Fish Creek about 7 miles below

Fayetteville in NC. That during the time he was so stationed at Rock Fish Creek, the British forces commanded by McDonald and McCloud [or McLeod] were at Cross Creek or Fayetteville, and he is

certain that at the same time there were Continental forces with the militia under Colonel Kenan’s

command, commanded at the time by Colonel or General Moore. During this tour last mentioned, he

served in the company commanded by Captain Michael King. In the first and lat instances above he

was enrolled in the said county of Duplin and in the last instance he served with the militia with whom

he was, were disbanded and discharged, but he cannot recollect the length of time he served.”

“He further states that on another occasion, he enrolled himself as a volunteer in the militia of

said state of North Carolina in the horse or cavalry company commanded by Captain Daniel Williams.

He believes said Williams had previously served and commanded a company in the Continental line,

and that at the time he enrolled himself in the company commanded by Captain Daniel Williams,

Colonel James Kenan had command of the regiment of cavalry to which said William’s company was attached, and that Michael Kenan was quartermaster to said corps commanded by col. James Kenan…

That after he enrolled as aforesaid and previous to starting in the said campaign, he was appointed by

Colonel Kenan, quartermaster sergeant, and that he served in that character in the several tours here

next mentioned as well as the tour for which he was then engaged.”

“That the cavalry to which he then belonged, commanded by Colonel Kenan, marched into the state of South Carolina and ranged on both sides of the Big Pedee, up and down the same, and joined

on their march a troop of cavalry commanded by a Colonel Wade, but they did not remain long together. That after the corps to which he belonged had for some time marched and ranged on the

waters of the Pedee, they were joined by General Arrington or Harrington, who assumed the command

for a time, of the corps’ militia. He distinctly recollects that said general at the time had with him an

aide-de-camp by the name of McIntosh. He believes that he volunteered as aforesaid in Captain

William’s company for a tour of 3 months, and that he served as above stated the full term, if not

longer.”

“He further states that as quartermaster sergeant he served another tour with a corps of troops under the command of General Lillington, with which corps at the time was Colonel Brown, Major

Watson and Captain Love. They marched from the county of Duplin to the Pedee and ranged the

country on the Pedee. He cannot say whether they passed into the state of South Carolina or not. He

states that during this service the troops under the command of General Green were a part of the time

encamped at Guilford Courthouse. That he accompanied Colonel Brown who was sent with an express from General Lillington to General Greene whilst General Greene was encamped at Guilford

Courthouse, and that upon the return of Colonel Brown and himself to the encampment of General

Lillington, the troops under the command of General Lillington were immediately marched down near

to Wilmington and encamped on the opposite side (from Wilmington) on the northeast fork of Cape

Fear River.”

“That while the main body of Lillington’s command was there encamped, Colonel Brown with

his command were ordered to cross the river above Wilmington and reconnoiter the enemy forces then

at Wilmington, commanded, he thinks by a man by the name of Craig or Gregg. That he went out with and under the command of Colonel Brown. He distinctly recollects that Colonel Brown did engage the enemy forces about 10 miles below Wilmington near the ridge over the northeast fork, and after a sharp contest, was compelled to retreat, and that he was with Colonel Brown’s command during the engagement and retreat. That he served at this time a tour of 3 months and a_____ _____. He further

states that during the campaign next previous to the one last mentioned, that is to say the campaign

which he made with and under Colonel Kenan as above stated, a number of prisoners were taken and

carried by the order of Colonel Kenan to his, Colonel Kenan’s residence in Duplin County, NC, and

were there detained under guard by the order of Colonel Kenan, and that he was ordered by Colonel Kenan the remain with the guard and aid in guarding said prisoners, and that he remained with the

guard until the prisoners were removed, but he is now unable to say the length of time they remained at Colonel Kenan’s aforesaid.” “He further states that he served another tour with Captains Williams and Dodd. That they were out some part of the time on a creek called the Little Uwharrie and on the waters of the Black or South River in NC. That during this tour they were joined by a Major Dougherty. He cannot recollect whether at the time Major Dougherty had the command of said companies or not, or how long he was in actual service at this time, but he distinctly recollects that during this tour, Captain Dodd shot out of a tree a certain commander of some Tories by the name of Hall.”

“He further states that about the same time he served several tours in the same quarter or section

of the country, the length of which he cannot recollect, but he believes they were of short duration and

he does not recollect the names of any of the officers then in command with or under whom he served. He further states that he served another tour with a corps commanded by Lieutenant Colonel James More of Duplin County, and that there was a captain belonging to said corps by the name of Asher Pipkin, and that they were marched from Duplin County to Town Creek below Wilmington, which he believes to be about the time the British left Wilmington, and that he was in the service at that time

about 3 months. Also that he served another tour under Captain Pipkin but the length of time he served on said tour he cannot recollect. He believes that it was a short tour.” “That he served another tour with a corps which he thinks was commanded at the time by Colonel Kenan. That during this tour they had several skirmishes with the enemy in Hanover County in NC. He believes the enemy there was at that time under the command of a man named Mobley. In one of said skirmishes they took prisoner a Captain Goff. The length of time he took on this campaign he cannot recollect. He further states that he served another tour with a corps, one company of which was commanded by Captain Dodd in whose company there was a Lieutenant Armstrong. During said tour said corps was most of the time in Duplin County, NC, on the waters of a stream called the Northeast. He does not recollect the length of time he served on said tour.” “That he served another tour in a corps in which Captains David Dodd and Thomas James commanded two of the companies. This tour was directed exclusively against the Tories in Duplin and the surrounding counties in NC and that the corps with which he served had a skirmish with some Tories then embodied at one Alden’s. He cannot recollect the length of time which he served on said tour. He further states that he served the several tours above mentioned previously to Lord Cornwallis with the troops under his command passing through the state of North Carolina in the direction of Virginia.

“That shortly after Lord Cornwallis had passed through North Carolina as aforesaid, Colonel James Kenan ordered his brother, Michael Kenan to raise some men in the county of Duplin aforesaid for the purpose of taking from such persons as had taken parole of Lord Cornwallis, their paroles. That a troop was raised accordingly by the said Michael Kenan, by whom the said troop was also

commanded, and that he volunteered and joined said troop and performed another tour of service of

considerable length, but the time he cannot state.” “He further states that during the time he was engaged in the service as above stated, he at all times after he joined the cavalry or horse as above stated, furnished and rode his own horse, and that during that time he received several discharges, though he believes he did not at the end of each tour take any regular discharges…After the close of the war auditors were appointed to examine and adjust the accounts of the militia for services rendered in the war, and that he placed his discharges in the hands of Colonel William Dickson [or Dixon] of Duplin County aforesaid, his neighbor, who was appointed one of said auditors to take and present the same to the Board of Auditors for adjustment. That said Dickson took the same for that and no other purpose, and that said Dickson, when he returned home from his service as auditor aforesaid, gave it as his opinion that his claim had been allowed by the Board of Auditors and that some person of the same name had applied to the said board of Auditors and got the ticket to which he was entitled, and that neither the discharges nor the ticket could afterwards be found…”

“That about two years since, there was a man living in Phillips County in this territory by the name of John Ward, who personally knew of his services aforesaid having been rendered. He was about two years older than this applicant and extremely feeble and almost blind when he last heard of him, and was then represented as rapidly declining and he supposes him dead, but has not heard anything of him for about two years.”

“He further states that he has not any record of his age, except one made by himself about twenty years ago, and now in the possession of his son, Gilbert Clark of Sevier County, Arkansas territory…”


The next item is as follows:

"Veni. Fa. to the ensuing County Court, viz, Benjamin Clark, Solomon

Harpole, Hezekiah Woodard, Robert Dugan, Edward James, David Looney, Jeremiah

Taylor, Richard Brittain, Job Bass, James Hunter, Robert Ward, James W. Wright,

Harris Bradford, Andrew Greer, William Martin, Vincent Ridley, William

Douglass, Philip Sitton, Elisha Oglesby, George McWhirter, Benjamin Barton,

Henry Tooley, Frederick Turner, John Barkley, William Penny, John Rankin, James

Givson, Micrum ( ? ) Henry, Isham Beasley, William Stalcup, Grant Allen,

Jeffrey Sitton, John Johnson, of East Fork of Goose Creek; John Rutherford and

William Cage."


Pat Benjamin Clark


Oct 18,1835 - Aug. 31, 1921


Isabella Haddon( Hopkins)-Clark-Gordon Clark


1805 - 1895


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Father: Benjamin CLARK b: 16 JAN 1758 in Dobbs, North Carolina

Mother: Mary Ann McClendon b: 1775 in Duplin, North Carolina, USA


Marriage 1 Mary Ann WARD b: 11 SEP 1796 in Duplin Co, North Carolina, USA


Married: 11 OCT 1811 in Logan Co., Kentucky,USA


Children


Has No Children Nancy Mary CLARK b: 11 FEB 1816 in Tennessee

Has No Children David Clark b: 01 OCT 1817

Has No Children Mary Ann Clark b: 1818

Has No Children Rebecca D Clark b: 21 JAN 1819 in North Carolina, United States

Has No Children Benjamin T Clark b: 28 JAN 1820

Has No Children Thomas Carr Clark b: 18 AUG 1822 in Hempstead, Arkansas, United States

Has No Children James Perry CLARK b: 23 JUN 1824

Has No Children John Luke Clark b: 12 DEC 1828

Has No Children Cassandra Clark b: 09 FEB 1831 in Miller, Arkansas, United States


DAR

http://grc.dar.org/dar/darnet/grc/grc.cfm

CLARK, Gilbert NC s1 v102 90


http://genforum.genealogy.com/clark/messages/8165.html

Re: Cassandra clark - Hopkins Co. TX

Posted by: Bob Wallace Date: April 13, 2000 at 23:00:46

In Reply to: Cassandra clark - Hopkins Co. TX by KS Puckett of 24547


The children of Gilbert Clark are Cassandra Clark b. 1831 d. December 29, 1912, David Clark, Gilbert James Clark. married Isabella (Unknown last name)Cassandra Clark married James Perry Hargrave September 28,1848. Sulphur Bluff, Hopkins County, Texas. He was born December 30, 1821 in Warrick County, Indiana and died July 1, 1906 in Nelta, Hopkins County, Texas. They had four children William G, John Carr, Charles Jasper, and James Elliot Hargrave. The information I have is in my file because the Hargraves are in my ancestory.


Sun, 6 Feb 2011 08:55:42 -0600


this is what i was telling you about.... Several months ago. But this Nicholas Hunter could be the line of Dempsey Hunter..... Never heard of Edmond I Have this we could not connect to hardy 1777 That is the proof that Ann Norsworthy was not the mother of Hardy Hunter b 1777 Also the Norsworthy got in to a family fued and this line of Norsworthy change their spelling to Narzworthy. I also the a Book called the Wills And Patents of Isle of Wight They went to Miss. Col Henry Hunter who mr a Davis , well this also my davis line..... have a lot of information on the Norsworthy... Sally is also a relative of mine in thre ways, Hunters, Wards, Wrights,. On the Information you sent me Mary Ann Ward Clark Line is in There, LUke Ward and Rebeca Ward and Thomas Ward and Bridgett. On sally you will see some Wards that are related but have not tie them in the correct order yet. Also Walter draughon had lots of Land Patents with James Ward. Walter Draughon is the father of Bridgett draughon who married Thomas LUke Ward and Son LUke Ward and Rebeca Drew daughter Mary ANN Ward mr Gilbert Clark son of Benjamin Clark And Mary MCClenodn Luke and Rebeca Ward other daughter Rebeca Julia Ward who mr James Walker Wright Jr is my ggrandmother, da Elizabeth wright mr wiiliam Edward Hunter 2 nd wife, 1st wife was Mary ANN MCCLendon HUnter daughter of Hardy Hunter and Elizabeth Jane Clark,,,,,,,, Mary Ann MCClendon Hunter mr Thomas Wright and he is the brother. of James Walker Wright jr, my grandfather... 3rd wife of William Edward Hunter was Sarah Jane Thurmond she was also mr to George LUke Wright Elizabeth Wright brother, died before they where married a yr............ Do know that Joab was the father of Nicholas... Do not know for sure when Nicholas was born either 1730 r 1749,,,, I am not really sure James is part of his name. Have not seen one thing with his name as James.,,, That is legal proof, Also I have research along with several other people with these Dates and I come up with everyone else that has a Nicholas are Hardy in their line.... But I have been lucky there because they have 2 names given. One thing for sure there has not been a Edmond handy down in Hardy line, Family Bible has Sarah for Hardy Mother, But which Hardy. Nicholas 1816 had a Hardy and ea one of his children did And he had 22 kids.and Nicholas's Dempsey Hunter mr to Susannah Parr that was in Ark his sons went by Nick And Ned. I will get the rest of the information to you. Elizabeth


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Gilbert Clark Compact Disc #15 Pin #373826 Pedigree

Sex: M

Event(s)

Birth: 12 Jan 1791

,Edgefield District,South Carolina

Death: 16 Sep 1854

,Hopkins County,Texas

Burial: Sep 1854

,Hopkins County,Texas

Parents

Father: Benjamin Clark Disc #15 Pin #373824

Mother: Mary McClendon Disc #15 Pin #373825

Marriage(s)

Spouse: Mary Ann Ward Disc #15 Pin #373827

Marriage: 11 Oct 1811

Logan County,Kentucky

Spouse: Elizabeth Rogers Moore Disc #15 Pin #373838

Marriage: 28 Apr 1853

Hopkins County,Texas


Gilbert Clark Compact Disc #15 Pin #373826 Pedigree

Sex: M

Event(s)

Birth: 12 Jan 1791

,Edgefield District,South Carolina

Death: 16 Sep 1854

,Hopkins County,Texas

Burial: Sep 1854

,Hopkins County,Texas

Parents

Father: Benjamin Clark Disc #15 Pin #373824

Mother: Mary McClendon Disc #15 Pin #373825

Marriage(s)

Spouse: Mary Ann Ward Disc #15 Pin #373827

Marriage: 11 Oct 1811

Logan County,Kentucky

Spouse: Elizabeth Rogers Moore Disc #15 Pin #373838

Marriage: 28 Apr 1853

Hopkins County,Texas


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Elizabeth Rogers Moore Compact Disc #15 Pin #373838 Pedigree

Sex: F

Event(s)

Birth: 15 Nov 1799

Adams County,Ohio

Death: 2 May 1876

Hopkins County,Texas

Burial: May 1876

Hopkins County,Texas

Parents

Father: Nathan Foster Rogers Disc #15 Pin #373839

Mother: Agnes Waugh Disc #15 Pin #373840

Marriage(s)

Spouse: Gilbert Clark Disc #15 Pin #373826

Marriage: 28 Apr 1853

Hopkins County,Texas

Notes and Sources

Notes: None

Sources: None


Notes for MARY ANN WARD:


http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=shawnc&id=I12991


# ID: I12991

# RIN: MH:I18128

# _UID: FBAA2F67-F6B8-4A13-BCAD-A5A986F80A4B

# _UPD: 19 SEP 2010 11:58:35 GMT-5

# Name: Mary Ann Ward

# Given Name: Mary Ann

# Surname: Ward

# _MARNM: Clark

# Sex: F

# Birth:

# _UID: 10C6D4E7-431F-45BF-9FED-44F34779D4DE

# RIN: MH:IF1876209 11 SEP 1796 in Duplin County North Carolina

# Death:

# _UID: 57559161-B9D7-416E-842E-7863B6417158

# RIN: MH:IF1876210 4 FEB 1852 in Hopkins Texas

# Note:


Children


1. Mary Ann CLARK birth


2. David CLARK birth 11 Oct 1817


3. Rebecca D CLARK birth 21 Jan 1819


4. Benjamin T CLARK birth 18 Dec 1820 Hempstead Ark


1850 Hopkins co., Texas census

408-408 Benj Clark 29 M - Farmer - Ark

Louisa 21 F - - - Ark

Richard M 1 M - - - Texas


5. Thomas Carr CLARK birth 18 Aug 1822 Place: Hempstead


1850 Hopkins co.,Texas census


406-406 Thomas C Clark 27 M - Farmer - Ark

Elizabeth B 23 F - - - Indiana

Mariann L 6 F - - - Texas

James P 4 M - - - Texas

John L 2 M - - - Texas

Albert S 4/12 M - - - Texas


6. James Perry CLARK birth 23 Jun 1824 Place: Hempstead


7. John Luke CLARK birth 16 Dec 1828 Place:

Died: 28 Feb 1841 Place:


8. Cassandra CLARK Born: 09 Feb 1831 Place: Miller County, Arkansas

Died: 29 Dec 1912 Place:

Married: 28 Sep 1848 Place:

Spouse: James Perry Hargrave


Father: Luke Ward b: 1753 in Duplin County North Carolina

Mother: Rebecca Drew b: ABT 1767 in Maryland


Marriage 1 Gilbert Clark b: 1791 in North Carolina


* Married: 11 OCT 1811 in Logan County Kentucky


Some sources have birthdate September 11, 1796, Duplin County, North Carolina


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Mary Ann Ward Compact Disc #15 Pin #373827 Pedigree

Sex: F

Event(s)

Birth: 11 Sep 1796

Duplin County,North Carolina

Death: 4 Feb 1852

Clarksville,Red River Co.,Texas

Burial: Feb 1852

Clarksville,Red River Co.,Texas

Parents

Father: Luke Ward Disc #15 Pin #373836

Mother: Rebecca Drew Disc #15 Pin #373837

Marriage(s)

Spouse: Gilbert Clark Disc #15 Pin #373826

Marriage: 11 Oct 1811

Logan County,Kentucky

Notes and Sources

Notes: None

Sources: None

Submitter

Juanita BITTON

P.O.Box 115 Swan Valley, Idaho 83449


More About GILBERT CLARK and MARY WARD:

Marriage: 11 Oct 1811, Logan County, Kentucky

Children of GILBERT CLARK and MARY WARD are:

i. GILBERT JAMES6 CLARK.

8. ii. THOMAS CARR CLARK, b. 18 Aug 1822, Hempstead, Arkansas; d. Mar 1864, Nelta,Hopkins County, Texas.

9. iii. CASSANDRA CLARK, b. 09 Feb 1831; d. 29 Dec 1912.

10. iv. DAVID CLARK, b. 1817.

v. MARY ANN CLARK.

11. vi. REBECCA D CLARK, b. 1812.

vii. BENJAMIN T CLARK.

viii. JOHN LUKE CLARK.

ix. JAMES PERRY CLARK I.

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