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The grave of General George Rogers Clark

by R. C. Ballard Thurston
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
St. Louis, Missouri : R.R. Seibel and D.A. Griffith, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel ; 16 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: [Louisville, Ky.? : s.n., 1936?]. p. 203-230.

Reprinted from The Filson Club historical quarterly, Louisville, Kentucky, vol. X, no. 4, October, 1936.

John Clark (1725-1799) and his wife, Ann Rogers (1729-1798) were the parents of ten children, all born in Virginia. Five of their six sons served as commisioned officers in the Revolutionary War. The family migrated to Kentucky in 1784 and settled near Louisville. Jonathan Clark, the eldest son, and William Clark, the youngest, both married and had children. The other four sons died single. The daughters all married, Ann Clark to Owen Gwathmey, Elizabeth Clark to Colonel Richard Clough Anderson, Lucy Clark to Major William Croghan, and Frances (Fanny) Clark to 1) Dr. James O'Fallon, 2) Captain Charles Minn Thruston, Jr., and 3) Judge Dennis Fitzhugh. Most descendants listed lived in Kentucky.

General George Rogers Clark (1752-1818), the second son of John and Ann Rogers Clark, was born in Albermarle County, Virginia, and died near Louisville, Kentucky. He was buried at Locust Grove and his remains were moved to Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville in 1869.

IN James Taylor Adams collection. Box 58.

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