I am hoping someone else is researching the Clarke family from Gt. Saxham.
Parents James Clarke and Mary ( Last ).
Children are Sarah, James ( who married Eliza Bentley ) Henry, Frederick (who married Ellen Allington ) William and Mary Ann.
Although the parents spelt Clarke with the E my line is from Frederick who left the E off!
I would like to get back another generation and find James Clarke senior's parents.
Any help would be appreciated.
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Thread: Clarke, Gt. Saxham, Suffolk
26-06-2006, 8:47 PM #1Brenda from EssexGuest
Clarke, Gt. Saxham, Suffolk
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26-06-2006, 9:24 PM #2MythologyGuest
No, but if you stumble across Kate Sarah Clark(e) born 1863 Great Saxham, don't waste your money on her - she's mine, not yours, daughter of Charles Clark (born Stanningfield 1824) and Harriet King (born Earls Colne about 1823).
They are wanderers - married in Cockfield, earlier kids born Foxearth and Great Whelnetham, with Charles being already in Great Saxham on the 1861 while Harriet and the two kids are still in Great Whelnetham.
26-06-2006, 9:41 PM #3Brenda from EssexGuest
Thank you for that. Wanderers! That would explain a lot. Could be why I have chased Frederick from Suffolk to Essex, Leeds, Scotland and back to Leeds again!
20-10-2006, 1:01 PM #4MaeveGuest
Clarke family in Suffolk
I too am researching the Clarke family in Suffolk. Private message sent to other postee Brenda but if Mythology would like to view the information I have please send a private mail to Maeve.
18-08-2023, 8:51 PM #5
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I am a Clarke searcher too... looking for more information on Isaac Clarke born around 1770 and married Mary Cook from Shottersham, Suffolk. I believe they settled in Sutton, Suffolk, where at least two more generations lived. One of their children was called William married to Elizabeth and their son was or is my Great Great Grandfather.
Trying to find out who the original Isaac Clarkes parents were - long shot, I know, but you never know