Ancestors of Tim Farr and The Descendants of Stephen Farr


Jonathan RICE [Parents] was born 1 on 3 Jul 1654 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 12 Apr 1725. Jonathan married 2 Rebeccah WATSON on 9 Mar 1677 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
EAMES, Martha
WHEELER, Elizabeth

Extracted Birth from Sudbury, Middlesex, MA. Vital Records. Film #0185455

Rebeccah WATSON. Rebeccah married 1 Jonathan RICE on 9 Mar 1677 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.


Jonathan RICE [Parents] was born 1 on 3 Jul 1654 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 12 Apr 1725. Jonathan married 2 Elizabeth WHEELER on 12 Feb 1690/1691 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
EAMES, Martha
WATSON, Rebeccah

Extracted Birth from Sudbury, Middlesex, MA. Vital Records. Film #0185455

Elizabeth WHEELER. Elizabeth married 1 Jonathan RICE on 12 Feb 1690/1691 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.


David RICE [Parents] was born 1 on 27 Dec 1659 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 16 Oct 1723 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. David married 2 Hannah WALKER on 7 Apr 1687 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Extracted Birth from Sudbury, Middlesex, MA. Vital Records. Film #0185455
Death is Probably

Hannah WALKER. Hannah married 1 David RICE on 7 Apr 1687 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.


Benjamin PARMENTER. Benjamin married Thomasine RICE on 22 Sep 1680.

Thomasine RICE [Parents] was born 1 on 2 Feb 1661 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 15 Apr 1748 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Thomasine married Benjamin PARMENTER on 22 Sep 1680.

Extracted Birth from Sudbury, Middlesex, MA. Vital Records. Film #0185455


Thomas DRURY. Thomas married 1 Rachel RICE on 15 Dec 1687 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Rachel RICE [Parents] was born 1 on 10 May 1664 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Rachel married 2 Thomas DRURY on 15 Dec 1687 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Extracted Birth from Sudbury, Middlesex, MA. Vital Records. Film #0185455


Dea Samuel WHEELOCK. Dea married Lydia RICE in 1692.

Lydia RICE [Parents] was born 1 on 4 Jun 1668 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Lydia married Dea Samuel WHEELOCK in 1692.

Extracted Birth from Sudbury, Middlesex, MA. Vital Records. Film #0185455


Elnathan ALLEN. Elnathan married Mercy RICE.

Mercy RICE [Parents] was born 1 on 1 Jan 1670 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. She died in 1727. Mercy married Elnathan ALLEN.

Extracted Birth from Sudbury, Middlesex, MA. Vital Records. Film #0185455

BIRTH: may be Mary not Mercy


Ralph WHEELOCK 1 was born on 14 May 1600 in Donington, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. He was christened on 14 May 1600 in Dorrington, , Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. He died 2, 3 on 11 Jan 1683/1684 in Medfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States. Ralph married 4, 5, 6 Rebecca CLARKE on 17 May 1630 in Wramplingham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom.

Ralph's will was probated 7 on 1 May 1684 in Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
WHEELOCK, Hannah

Ralph Wheelock  was born probably in Shropshire, England, about the year 1600. He was graduated from the University of Cambridge with the degree of A.B. in 1626, and received the degree A.M. in 1631. He was a preacher, dissenting from the doctrines of  the Established Church of England, and  supporting the then unpopular doctrine of Puritanism. He, with his wife Rebecca, and one or two children, came to New England about the year  1637, locating first in Watertown. Mass., where they lived for a short time. About the time of their arrival at Watertown a plan was made for the establishment of a new settlement further up the Charles river, and Mr. Wheelock joined with others in carrying out that plan, thus we find him in Dedham (then called Contentment) the following year. He was made freeman there in 1639.

The town of Dedham boasts of having established the first free school in America, and although the early records of that school no longer exist, it is generally supposed that Ralph Wheelock was the schoolmaster.

In 1651 Dedham, having become quite populous, it was decided to make a new settlement still further up the Charles river, the place to be called New Dedham, and Mr. Wheelock was the prime mover in this undertaking. The new town thus founded is now the town of Medfield, Mass. Mr. Wheelock was selectman there in 1651, and for several years thereafter, and was also representative to the Great and General Court for several years.

In 1655 a school was established in Medfield, and Mr. Wheelock became the schoolmaster, a position he held for many years, and in work that appears to have been to his liking. Certainly no other was better qualified for the work. Although he was educated for the ministry, and at times occupied tbe pulpit in his own and adjoining towns, it is not known that he ever held a regular pastorate, apparently preferring to devote his time and talents to the education of the young, a trait that has been handed down through a long line of school-teacher descendants to the present day.

Rebecca wife of Ralph Wheelock, died in Medfeild Jan. 1, 1680/1. He died there Jan. 11, 1684. His will, on file in Suffolk County Probate Office (file 1339), a copy of which is in Book 6, p. 454. mentions his four sons, Gershom, Benjamin, Samuel and Eleazer, a1so his two son-in-laws, Increase Ward and Joseph Warren, and a grandchild, Rebecca Craft. He requests his "much respected Brother-In-law. George Barbur" to act as overseer, and appoints Samuel Wheelock, his son, as executor.

Children:

REBECCA, probably born in England. Married. June 7. 1654, John Crafts of Roxbury. They left issue.

I: Gershom, perhaps born in England. Married, May 18, 1658, Hannah Stodder, dau. of John, of Hingham. He died in Medfield Nov. 28, 1684. where five of his children are of record. His progeny has been numerous, living principally in Shrewsbury and Lancaster. Mass., until Revolutionary times, after which they spread to all parts of the country. The Wheelocks of Cavendish and Eden, Vt., descend from Gershom.

MARY,  Married Jan. 28, 1663 Joseph Mills, and lived in Shrewsbury. Mr. Wheelock makes no
mention of her or her children in his will.

2: BENJAMIN, b. October 8, 1639; m. Elizabeth Bullen.

3: SAMUEL, b. Jy 22, 1642; m. Sarah Kendrick. He was executor of his father's will, and continued to live at the old Wheelock homestead in Medfield. He died Oct. 23, 1698, leaving a will bequeathing his estate to his widow Sarah, and daugters Sarah and Mehitable. He left no male Issue.

Peregrina, b. m.  Oct. 26, 1669, John Warfield. She died 1671.

Record, b. Oct. 13, 1644; m. Oct.3, 1672, Increase Ward of Shrewsbury.

Experience, b. ca. 1648; m. May 20, 1668, Joseph Warren.

4: Eleazer, b. May 3,1654, In Medfield; m. in Rehoboth, Mass., Apr. 17, 1678, Elizabeth Fuller, who is believed to have been first married to Nehemiah Sabin of Reboboth, who was killed by the Indians in June 1676. Her Sabin children were brought up in the Eleazer Wheelock family. Elizabeth, wife of Eleazer Wheelock, d. in Mendon, Mass., Jan. 11, 1689. He married
(2)  Mary Chenery, who was born about 1662. and died in Medfield Oct. 23, 1732. He died in Medfield May 24, 1730/1, leaving a will (in Suffolk Co. Probate Office, file 6086) which mentions wife Mary; son Ralph of Windham; dau. Rebecca Adams: g.-dau. Esther Wales: g-dau. Elizabeth Holbrook: g.-children Mary Lawrence, Daniel Lawrence and Esther Lawrence, children of his daughter Mary; g.-dau. Elizabeth daughter of son Ralph: son Ephraim: and g.-son Eleazer, son of Ephraim.

Among the things willed to son Ralph are: The Great Bible, The Annotations, The Concordance, The Dictionary, called Mr. Wilson's Dictionary. Mr. Perkins' works in folio, and Mr. Baster's works. This list of books gives us an idea of the type to which the Wheelocks belonged, as but few of the early Puritans owned books of any kind, even a bible.

After the death of Samuel Wheelock, his brother Eleazer  Wheelock lived at the old Wheelock homestead in Medfield, previous to which he had lived in Mendon. Of his two sons, Ralph and Ephraim, Ralph lived in Windham, Conn., and was the ancestor of a notable line of educators, including Dr. Eleazer Wheelock, founder of Dartmouth College. Son Ephraim continued in Sturbridge, Westorough, Sherborn and other towns of Massachusetts.
Source: "Ralph Wheelock Family of Calais, Vt." by Marcus Warren Waite FHL book area US/CAN 929.273 W57W

Rebecca CLARKE [Parents] was christened 1 on 26 Aug 1610 in of Norfolk, England, United Kingdom. She died 2, 3 on 1 Jan 1680 in Medfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States. Rebecca married 4, 5, 6 Ralph WHEELOCK 7 on 17 May 1630 in Wramplingham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom.

Source: "Ralph Wheelock Family of Calais, Vt." by Marcus Warren Waite FHL book area US/CAN 929.273 W57W

They had the following children.

  F i
Mary WHEELOCK was christened 1 on 3 Sep 1631 in Banham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom. She died in of Shrewsbury, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States.

Source: "Ralph Wheelock Family of Calais, Vt." by Marcus Warren Waite FHL book area US/CAN 929.273 W57W
  M ii Gershom WHEELOCK was christened on 3 Jan 1632/1633. He died on 28 Nov 1684.
  F iii Rebecca WHEELOCK was christened on 24 Aug 1634. She died on 24 Nov 1667.
  F iv Peregrina WHEELOCK was born about 1636/1637. She died on 1 Apr 1671.
  M v Benjamin WHEELOCK was born on 8 Jan 1639. He died on 13 Sep 1716.
  M vi Samuel WHEELOCK was born on 22 Sep 1642. He died on 23 Oct 1698.
  F vii Record WHEELOCK was born on 15 Dec 1644. She was buried in 1726.
  F viii Experience WHEELOCK was christened on 3 Sep 1648. She died on 27 Feb 1710.
  M ix Eleazer WHEELOCK was born on 3 May 1654. He died on 24 May 1731.

Ralph WHEELOCK 1 was born on 14 May 1600 in Donington, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. He was christened on 14 May 1600 in Dorrington, , Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. He died 2, 3 on 11 Jan 1683/1684 in Medfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States. Ralph married Hannah WHEELOCK in 1682 in Medfield, Worcester, Massachusetts.

Ralph's will was probated 4 on 1 May 1684 in Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
CLARKE, Rebecca

Ralph Wheelock  was born probably in Shropshire, England, about the year 1600. He was graduated from the University of Cambridge with the degree of A.B. in 1626, and received the degree A.M. in 1631. He was a preacher, dissenting from the doctrines of  the Established Church of England, and  supporting the then unpopular doctrine of Puritanism. He, with his wife Rebecca, and one or two children, came to New England about the year  1637, locating first in Watertown. Mass., where they lived for a short time. About the time of their arrival at Watertown a plan was made for the establishment of a new settlement further up the Charles river, and Mr. Wheelock joined with others in carrying out that plan, thus we find him in Dedham (then called Contentment) the following year. He was made freeman there in 1639.

The town of Dedham boasts of having established the first free school in America, and although the early records of that school no longer exist, it is generally supposed that Ralph Wheelock was the schoolmaster.

In 1651 Dedham, having become quite populous, it was decided to make a new settlement still further up the Charles river, the place to be called New Dedham, and Mr. Wheelock was the prime mover in this undertaking. The new town thus founded is now the town of Medfield, Mass. Mr. Wheelock was selectman there in 1651, and for several years thereafter, and was also representative to the Great and General Court for several years.

In 1655 a school was established in Medfield, and Mr. Wheelock became the schoolmaster, a position he held for many years, and in work that appears to have been to his liking. Certainly no other was better qualified for the work. Although he was educated for the ministry, and at times occupied tbe pulpit in his own and adjoining towns, it is not known that he ever held a regular pastorate, apparently preferring to devote his time and talents to the education of the young, a trait that has been handed down through a long line of school-teacher descendants to the present day.

Rebecca wife of Ralph Wheelock, died in Medfeild Jan. 1, 1680/1. He died there Jan. 11, 1684. His will, on file in Suffolk County Probate Office (file 1339), a copy of which is in Book 6, p. 454. mentions his four sons, Gershom, Benjamin, Samuel and Eleazer, a1so his two son-in-laws, Increase Ward and Joseph Warren, and a grandchild, Rebecca Craft. He requests his "much respected Brother-In-law. George Barbur" to act as overseer, and appoints Samuel Wheelock, his son, as executor.

Children:

REBECCA, probably born in England. Married. June 7. 1654, John Crafts of Roxbury. They left issue.

I: Gershom, perhaps born in England. Married, May 18, 1658, Hannah Stodder, dau. of John, of Hingham. He died in Medfield Nov. 28, 1684. where five of his children are of record. His progeny has been numerous, living principally in Shrewsbury and Lancaster. Mass., until Revolutionary times, after which they spread to all parts of the country. The Wheelocks of Cavendish and Eden, Vt., descend from Gershom.

MARY,  Married Jan. 28, 1663 Joseph Mills, and lived in Shrewsbury. Mr. Wheelock makes no
mention of her or her children in his will.

2: BENJAMIN, b. October 8, 1639; m. Elizabeth Bullen.

3: SAMUEL, b. Jy 22, 1642; m. Sarah Kendrick. He was executor of his father's will, and continued to live at the old Wheelock homestead in Medfield. He died Oct. 23, 1698, leaving a will bequeathing his estate to his widow Sarah, and daugters Sarah and Mehitable. He left no male Issue.

Peregrina, b. m.  Oct. 26, 1669, John Warfield. She died 1671.

Record, b. Oct. 13, 1644; m. Oct.3, 1672, Increase Ward of Shrewsbury.

Experience, b. ca. 1648; m. May 20, 1668, Joseph Warren.

4: Eleazer, b. May 3,1654, In Medfield; m. in Rehoboth, Mass., Apr. 17, 1678, Elizabeth Fuller, who is believed to have been first married to Nehemiah Sabin of Reboboth, who was killed by the Indians in June 1676. Her Sabin children were brought up in the Eleazer Wheelock family. Elizabeth, wife of Eleazer Wheelock, d. in Mendon, Mass., Jan. 11, 1689. He married
(2)  Mary Chenery, who was born about 1662. and died in Medfield Oct. 23, 1732. He died in Medfield May 24, 1730/1, leaving a will (in Suffolk Co. Probate Office, file 6086) which mentions wife Mary; son Ralph of Windham; dau. Rebecca Adams: g.-dau. Esther Wales: g-dau. Elizabeth Holbrook: g.-children Mary Lawrence, Daniel Lawrence and Esther Lawrence, children of his daughter Mary; g.-dau. Elizabeth daughter of son Ralph: son Ephraim: and g.-son Eleazer, son of Ephraim.

Among the things willed to son Ralph are: The Great Bible, The Annotations, The Concordance, The Dictionary, called Mr. Wilson's Dictionary. Mr. Perkins' works in folio, and Mr. Baster's works. This list of books gives us an idea of the type to which the Wheelocks belonged, as but few of the early Puritans owned books of any kind, even a bible.

After the death of Samuel Wheelock, his brother Eleazer  Wheelock lived at the old Wheelock homestead in Medfield, previous to which he had lived in Mendon. Of his two sons, Ralph and Ephraim, Ralph lived in Windham, Conn., and was the ancestor of a notable line of educators, including Dr. Eleazer Wheelock, founder of Dartmouth College. Son Ephraim continued in Sturbridge, Westorough, Sherborn and other towns of Massachusetts.
Source: "Ralph Wheelock Family of Calais, Vt." by Marcus Warren Waite FHL book area US/CAN 929.273 W57W

Hannah WHEELOCK. Hannah married Ralph WHEELOCK 1 in 1682 in Medfield, Worcester, Massachusetts.


Thomas CLARKE [Parents] was christened 1 on 7 Mar 1567/1568 in Banham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom. He was buried 2 on 10 May 1638 in Banham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom. Thomas married 3 Mary CANNE on 17 Oct 1602 in Banham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom.

Thomas Clarke's will, witnessed by Robert Cook and Ro[torn], was dated 11 July 1637 and proved at New Buckenham 20 June 1638. Only the original will, folded and partially torn, has survived:

I Thomas Clarke of Banharn in ye countye of Norfolk yeoman being weake in Boddye But of good and pfect rememberance (praised be god) doe ordayne make appoint publish and declare this to be my last will and testament in manner and form followinge . . . I give and bequeath unto ye poore people of ye Towne of Banham the sum of twenty shillings of Lawfull english monye to be distributed amongst them at ye descretion of mye Executor hereafter nominated in this my will, and ye churchwarden of the said Towne of Banham within one quarter of a yeare after my decease. Item I give and bequeath unto Marye my beloved wife one messuage or Tenem[en]t called Williams with ye grounds hemplands and ortchyard to ye same beloriginge and aperteyninge contayninge by estimacion Twoe Acres and one Roode more or less To have and to hold . . . duringe ye tearme of her natural life and after her decease I give and bequeath the said Tenem[en]t and ye rest of ye said premises unto Mary Clarke my second daughter To hold . . during ye tearme of her naturale life And after the decease of said Mary my daughter I give my said messuage or Tenemt and ye rest of ye said premises unto Thomas Clarke my son to hold to him ye said Thomas my sonne and to his heirs and assignes for ever, Upon condicion following and not other­wyse (that is to saie) That ye saide Thomas my sonne his heirs executor or assignes shall paye or cause to be payed unto the children of ye said Marye my daughter [£40] in manner and forme following (that is to saie) [£10] thereofs within one yeare next after ye decease of ye said Marye my daughter, [£10] thereof when one yeare after next that And b[folded] [£10] per yeare untill ye said sum of [£40] be fully payed in forme aforesaid And if ye said Mary my daughter shall have noe child or [torn] children at ye time of her decease Then the said Thomas my sonne his heires executors or assignes [torn] payeinge unto Joseph Clarke my son within one year next after ye decease of ye said Mary my daughter [£10] of lawlull english money if it be lawfully demanded, Unto Eliza[beth] my daughter [£10] lyke moneye within one yeare next and emidiatly ensueing after that And unto Marye Wheelock my grandaughter her executors or Assignes [torn] of lyke money within one year next and emediatly ensueinge after that [torn] that yf ye said Thomas my sonne his heirs executors and assignes shall [torn] ye pay­ment aforesaid [torn] to ye tenor and true meaning [torn] messuage or tenemt [torn] said premises unto ye said M[torn] granddaughter [torn end of page 1].....
unto ye said Thomas Clarke my sonne and to his heirs for ever All my messuage or Tenem[en]t where I now Dwell called Sylvns And all ye rest of my lands Tenem[en]ts and hereditam[ents] whatsoever both free and coppie which are unbequeathed situate lyinge and being in Banham aforesaid upon condicion fol­lowing and not otherwise (that is to saye) That he ye said Thomas my sonne his executors ad[ministrators?] or assignes shall and doe paye or cause to be payed unto Mary my wife his mother her assign or assignes ye sume of [£8] yearelie dur­ing her natural lyffe at or in ye mothers house where she ye said Mary Shall inhabite in Banham aforesaid at ye twoe usual tearmes or feast in everye yeare of The annunciation of our Lady St Marye ye virgin and saint Mychael ye archangell by equale portions ye first payment thereof to be made at suche of ye said Feast as shall first happen next after my decease And allow and deliver unto her ye said Marye his mother yearalie during her life halfe a hundred of good faggot wood,
And also shall and doe in husbandly manner plow and tyll at his and there owrle costs and charges all such hempe grounds and other grounds as she ye said Marye shall have to be plowed And also that he ye said Thomas my sonne his heirs executors or assigns shall and doe well and truelie paye or cause to be payed unto Elizabeth Clarke my youngest daughter her heirs executors or assigns ye full some of [£40] At or in ye porch of ye parish Church of Banham ... [£20] thereof when ye said Elizabeth shall have accomplished ye age of one and twenty years (yf I the said Thomas and Johane Eldred my sister in law of Winfarthing in the said countye widdowe or one of us shall then be deceased [)], Otherwyse when one whole yeare next after ye decease of me ye said Thomas or of ye said Johane Eldred which shall first happen, And [£20] ye residue thereof within twoe yeares next ensueing after that in full payment of ye said some of [£40] provided always and my will and minde is that yf ye said Thomas my sonne shall denye refuse neglecte or forbear to pforme or paye eythere the annuytye to his mother or ye legacye to Elizabeth his sister. . . Then I will and my mynde is that ye said Mary my wife and Elizabeth my daughter shall enter upon all my Tenemlenits and
lands before bequeathed in this my will [to] ye said Thomas my sonne and hold occupie and enjoye ye same to them and there assignes until ye said annuity and legacyes before mencioned together with ye arrearage thereof (yf any shall be behinde) Be p[er]formed satysfied payd [torn] and discharged, Item I give and bequeath unto ye aforesaid Mary Wheelock my grandaughter [£5] be payed unto her by my executor herein appointed when she have accomplished her age of two and twenty yeares, Item I give and bequeath unto the said Mary my wife all and singular my [inwards?] moveables goods household stuffe and implem[en]ts of household stuffe plate pewter Brasse lynyngs and woolen within ye house excepting out of this gyfte the long table in ye parler, twoe chests there and one bedd furnished standing in ye little parlor All ye rest of my goods cattells and chattells implem[en]ts of household stuffs [illegible] whatsoever exepting suche Hempe (Viz) about one bushell and a half of seede sowering in and upon one hemplande belonging to ye said Tenem[en]t Sylvns and all suche come as Shalibe myne or in my possesion at ye tyme of my decease I give them [torn] ye said Thomas my sonne towards the payment of my debts and legacies ye moneys wch shalle be expended aboute ye probate of this my wyll which my will and mynde is shall[tornl three months next after my decease and to see my bodye decently buryed in christian buryal [folded] Thomas my sonne I doe ordayne and make sole executor of this my will And I doe nominate [folded] and appoint [folded] Cook of Banham aforesaid gent and Robt Pratt of Banham aforesaid yeoman Supervisors of this . . . and for there paynes I give them tenn shillings apiece to be payed unto [folded] six months next after my decease....

An extract following the will indicates that at the Court Leet of the Manor of Banham Marshall, Beckhall, and Greys held 16 April 10 Charles I, Thomas Clarke surrendered by the hand of Daniel Clarke, tenant of this manor, in the presence of John Clarke and Francis Parker, tenants of this manor, his messuage, land, and tenements to the performance of his testa­ment and will.

Mary CANNE was christened 1 in 1580 in Old Buckenham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom. She died 2 on 21 Mar 1642 in Dedham, Essex, England, United Kingdom. Mary married 3 Thomas CLARKE on 17 Oct 1602 in Banham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom.

The Banham subsidy assessment dated March 1641 contains several widows, but no mention of any Clarks. Although this list probably does not include all the property owners, Mary's absence suggests that she may have been the “Mary Clarke widdow” at Dedham who “was received into ye church giving very good satisfaction 1d 2m 1642” and whose death is recorded there soon after, as “our sister Clarke widdow being taken with strange fits of ye Collicke 21d 3m 1642 died in the evening that followed,” and as “Mary Clarke deceased the 22nd of ye 3 mo.

They had the following children.

  M i Thomas CLARKE was christened on 1 Apr 1604.
  M ii Rowland CLARKE was christened on 1 Mar 1606/1607. He died on 2 Dec 1638.
  F iii Rebecca CLARKE was christened on 26 Aug 1610. She died on 1 Jan 1680.
  M iv Joseph CLARKE was christened on 11 Apr 1613. He died on 6 Jan 1683/1684.
  F v Mary CLARKE was christened on 12 Mar 1614/1615.
  F vi Elizabeth CLARKE was christened on 23 Jul 1620. She died on 22 Dec 1683/1684.

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