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IN MEMORY OF

LYDIA (CLARK) SHULL
1817 - 1878

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Samuel Clark (1792-1840) (father of Lydia) was a descendant of:
Richard Clark (1614-1697) who emigrated from England to the Barbados in 1634 or 1635.
Richard moved to Southampton, Long Island, New York about 1650,
then again to Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey in 1678.
Richard was a ship builder and planter.
Richard's great grandson, Abraham Clark (1726-1794 )was one of the signers of our DECLARATION of
INDEPENDENCE.

Richard's son, Richard Clark (1661-1742) married Hannah ( ).
Their son, James Clark married Anne Wood. He died 1758.
Their son James Clark (1745-1794) Scotch Plains, New Jersey, was a Lieutenant in the Continental Army
during the American Revolution. He married Esther Marsh (1746-1818).
Their son Samuel Clark (1768-1856) married Mary Darby (1768-1806).
They were parents of Samuel.

Samuel and Phebe Sayre married March 02, 1815.
They lived in Ohio until 1828 when they built a flatboat to float and sail down the Ohio River.
Below Uniontown, Kentucky, they put into the Wabash River where they pushed and sailed the flatboat
north to Mt.Carmel, Illinois. Due to low water, they had to spend the winter months there.
The two oldest children attended school for about three months.
After the heavy winter months, the water was higher and they moved to Terre Haute, Indiana,
arriving there in March 1829.
He rented a farm and stayed there for three years.

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Samuel CLARK
Born: March 08 or (20)1792
Died: June 02, 1840
Married: March 02, 1815
Father: Samuel Clark b. March 11, 1768 d. 1856 Clinton County, MO
Mother: Mary Darby b. ______ d.________

Wife: Phebe SAYRE
Born: February 04, 1797
Died: August 05, 1845
Father: Ephraim Sayre b. August 22, 1870 d. February 12, 1848 Letart Falls, Meigs, OH
Mother: Lydia Fawcett b. April 01, 1776 d. January 15, 1856

Children of Samuel and Phebe (Sayre) Clark:

1. MARY CLARK, b. 27 August 1815; died 30 August 1823.

2. LYDIA CLARK, b. 4 October 1817; d. September 15, 1878
married PHILIP SHULL February 18, 1841, Vigo Cty., IN

3. EPHRAIM SAMUEL SAYRE CLARK, b. 27 February 1819 d. 27 July 1901
married MILDRED ANN JONES.+

4. HANNAH CLARK, b. 6 (or 7) October 1820;
married ABRAM HOFFMAN. He was a farmer. They resided in Indiana and had six children.

5. SARAH (Sally) CLARK, b. 10 May 1822 Meigs County, OH; d. January 11, 1901
married ISAAC CASHMAN 1849 . They resided in Bureau County, Illinois, and Iowa County, Iowa,
and had five children.

6. CAROLINE CLARK, b. 16 March 1824; died 18 April 1824.

7. AMOS CLARK, b. 27 March 1825;
married LUCY REITHER.
He was a shoemaker and traveling salesman. They had one child.

8. ESTHER CLARK, b. 26 November 1826;
married GEORGE WASHINGTON GRANT. He was a farmer.
They resided in Missouri and had four children.

9. ROBERT CLARK, b. 1 April 1831;
married HANNAH OSTRANDER. Lived in Boone County, Iowa and had two children.

10. ROSETTA CLARK, b. 18 (or 28) October 1832;
married GEORGE HOFFMAN. They resided in Holt County, Nebraska, and had three children.

11. CHARLES WESLEY CLARK, b. 23 February 1834;
married CATHERINE McMANUS. He was a farmer and they resided in Southern Missouri
and had four children.
He served three years during the Civil War with Company D, 20th Illinois Infantry.

12. MELVINA CLARK, b. 14 October 1835;
married CALVIN ROBERTS. Mr. Roberts was a carpenter by trade.
They resided in Barton County, Missouri, and they had six children.

13. JOHN NELSON CLARK, b. 18 December 1837.
He served in the Union Army, Company D, 20th Illinois Infantry, during the Civil War.
John N. Clark died in 1862 from wounds received in action at Ft. Donelson.
His remains were brought home and buried in Ancona Cemetery, Livingston County, Illinois.

14. ELIZA ANN CLARK, b. 22 July 1839;
married HENRY SULTZBAUGH. Resided in Webster County, Iowa and had four children.
Henry was a coal miner.





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LYDIA's CLARK FAMILY ANCESTORS

1. Richard CLARK (1614 - 1697)
......m. Elizabeth _____?___Moore?

2. Richard CLARK (1661 -1742)
......m. Hannah ___?___Norris?

3. Richard CLARK 1680/90 - 1793
......m. ______

4. James CLARK (b.abt. 1708 d. 1753)
......m. Anne WOOD

5. James CLARK (1745 - 1794)
......m. Esther MARSH (1746 -1818)

6. Samuel CLARK (1768-1856)
......m. Mary DARBY (1768 - 1806)

7. Samuel CLARK (3/20/1792 -1840)
......m. Phoebe (Fawcett) SAYRE (02/04/1797 - 1845)

8. Lydia (Sayre) CLARK (10-04-1817 - 09-15-1878)
......m. Philip SHULL (02-18-1841 - 10-01-1898 )

9. John Wesley SHULL (08/21/1855 - 03/03/1933)
......m. Viola Castella BACON (05/23/1859 - 05/25/1928)

10. Charles Ernest SHULL (01/13/1883 - 12-23-1973)
......m. Della Catherine SEELY (08-23-1884 - 03/08/1968)


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LYDIA CLARK's SAYRE FAMILY ANCESTORS

Thomas SAYRE b. 1474
...m.

William SAYRE b. 1514 d. 1564
...m. Alice SQUIRE

William SAYRE b. 1535 d. 1580
...m. Elizabeth SQUIRE

Francis SAYRE b. 1565 d. 1645
...m. Elizabeth ATKINS

Thomas SAYRE b. 07/20/1597 d. 04/23/1671
...m. Margaret ALDRICH

Daniel SAYRE b. 1633 d. April 1707-8
...m. Hannah FOSTER

Ssmuel SAYRE b. 1668 d. before August 1707
...m.

Daniel SAYRE b. 1698 d. 04/17/1760
...m. Rebecca BOND

David SAYRE b. 05/30/1736 d. 07/11/1826
...m. Hannah FRAZIER b. 01/23/1740-41 d. 01/31/1836

Ephraim SAYRE b. 08/22/1870 d. 01/12/1848
...m. Lydia FAWCETT b. 04/01/1776 d. 01/15/1856

Phebe (Fawcett) SAYRE b. 02/04/1797 d. 1845
...m. Samuel CLARK 03/02/1815, b. 03/20/1792 d. 1840

Lydia (Sayre) CLARK b. 10/04/1817 d. 09/15/1878
...m. Philip SHULL 02/18/1841 b. 05/20/1822 d. 10/01/1898

John Wesley SHULL b. 08/21/1855 d. 03/03/1933
...m. Viola Castella BACON 05/29/1876 b. 05/23/1859 d. 05/25/1928

Charles Ernest SHULL b. 01/13/1883 d. 12/23/1973
...m. Della Catherine SEELY 01/28/1905 b. 08/23/1884 d. 03/08/1968

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SAYRE

Thomas 1474
William 1514 /Alice Squire
William 1535 /Elizabeth Squire
Francis 1565 /Elizabeth Atkins
Thomas 1597 /Margaret Aldrich
Daniel 1633/ Hannah Foster
Samuel 1668 /
Daniel 1698 / Rebecca Bond
David 1736 /Hannah Frazier
Ephraim 1770 /Lydia Fawcett
These per LDS site
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NOTE:

EPHRAIM SAYRE was born 22 August 1770 and married in Monongalia County, (W) Virginia,
to LYDIA FAWCETT who was born 1 April 1776 and died 15 January 1856.
Ephraim was a farmer and was a class-leader in the Methodist Episcopal Church for many years.
He died at Letart Falls, Meigs, Ohio 12 February 1848.
Burial was in Letart Falls Cemetery, Letart Falls, Meigs, Ohio.

Ephraim Sayre was son of DAVID SAYRE who was born in Essex County, New Jersey, 30 May 1736,
David was son of Daniel and Rebecca (Bond) Sayre; married about 1758,

PHEBE SAYRE was born 4 February 1797.
She married at Letart Falls, then Gallia County, (Mar. Bk. 1, p. 46) Ohio, 2 March 1815 (by Picket Marvin)
to SAMUEL CLARK who was born 8 (or 20) March 1792 to Samuel (1768-1856) and Mary (Darby) Clark.
Ref.: MARRIAGE RECORDS 1803 - 1850 GALLIA COUNTY, OHIO compiled by Michael L. Trowbridge.
Samuel Clark volunteered service in the War of 1812.


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