|Sarah A. CLARK was born about 1842 in ,Appomattox, VA. She died unknown. Parents: James CLARK and Mary S. GLOVER.|
Sarah Frances CLARK was born on 25 February 1837 in ,Carroll, TN. She died on 24 October 1917 at the age of 80 in Ferris, Ellis, TX. Parents: Samuel Price CLARK and Elizabeth Wilmoth "Betsy" HALL.
Spouse: Benjamin Franklin CUNNINGHAM. Sarah Frances CLARK and Benjamin Franklin CUNNINGHAM were married on 19 July 1855 in ,Carroll, TN. TN state marriages, 1780-2002, ancestry.com
Shellie Renee CLARK (private). Parents: Wilfred Harvey CLARK and Penelope Joyce PARSON.
Silas McDonald CLARK died on 1 May 1912 in Christopher, Franklin, IL.
Spouse: Elizabeth Ann "Eliza" MARTIN. Elizabeth Ann "Eliza" MARTIN and Silas McDonald CLARK were married about 1852.
Stephen Allen CLARK (private). Parents: James Edward CLARK Jr. and Mary Alma MILLER.
Spouse: Patricia .
Susan Amanda CLARK was born on 17 October 1853 in ,Hendricks, IN. She died on 15 December 1884 at the age of 31 in ,McLean, IL. Parents: Daniel Miller CLARK and Clarinda DICKERSON.
Spouse: Barton Christian BOMBARGER. Susan Amanda CLARK and Barton Christian BOMBARGER were married on 30 September 1873 in ,Ford, IL. Children were: Ethel Pearl BOMBARGER, Frank B. BOMBARGER, Walter BOMBARGER, Grace Bell BOMBARGER.
Thad Young CLARK died unknown. Parents: Charles Ross CLARK and Mary Ellen Amanda RICHEY.
Thomas CLARK died before 15 January 1842. Thomas is deceased by the time the estate sale has been held and the heirs have received their money. His brother-in-law, Henderson Handley was administrator of Thomas' estate. Parents: James CLARK and Margaret .
Thomas Alexander "Alex" CLARK was born on 6 October 1899 in New Martinsville, Wetzel, WV. He died in March 1973 at the age of 73 in New Martinsville, Wetzel, WV. He was buried in March 1973 at Northview Cemetery in New Martinsville, Wetzel, WV. SSDI-234-23-6068-WV; Obituary posted on Wetzel co WV Message Board at rootsweb.com
Alex Clark, 73, RD2, New Martinsville, brother of Mrs. Howard (Zona) Watkins, former Martins Ferry resident, now of Adena, died Wednesday at his home. He was born at New Martinsville, Oct. 6, 1899, the son of the late Sameul M. and Mary Velvina Blair Clark. He was a member of Middle Ford Church of Christ and a retired steelworker. Preceded in death by his wife, Velda E. Clark, Feb. 17, 1973, he is also survived by three sons, Warren of Wierton, Lowell of Reader, W. Va. and Jerry of Steubenville; one brother, Chester Clark of Pine Grove, W. Va. two other sisters Mrs. Rose Dunham of Wellsburg and Mrs. Lillian Manion of Parkersburg; six grandchildren. Friends are received at the Palmer Funeral Home, Pine Grove, W. Va. where services will be held Friday at 1 p.m. with burial in the Northview Cemetery, New Martinsville.
1930 census, Green Twp, Wetzel, WV p 11B, ED12, Roll2557
195/205 Alex Clark, H, R, none, no, M, W, 30, M, 29, WV, WV, OH, yes, none
Velda Clark, wife, F, W, 20, M, 19, WV, WV, WV, yes, none
Caroline Kocher, cousin, F, W, 72, S, OH, OH, OH, yes, none
At 194 are Alex's parents Parents: Samuel Martin CLARK and Mary Lavina "Vina" BLAIR.
Warren Martin CLARK (private). Parents: Thomas Alexander "Alex" CLARK and Velda Edith TAYLOR.
Wilfred Harvey CLARK (private).
William CLARK was born about 1794 in ,Charlotte, VA. He died unknown. Parents: James CLARK and Margaret .
William CLARK was born in 1835 in ,Carroll, TN. 1860 census, District 2, Carroll, TN, p16, M653_1243
193/191 William F. Clark, 24, M, Farmer, TN, -- $3800, TN, maried w/i year
Helen Clark, 19, F, TN, married w/i year Parents: Samuel Price CLARK and Elizabeth Wilmoth "Betsy" HALL.
Spouse: N. Helen HUTCHINSON.
William H. CLARK was born in 1819 in VA. He died unknown. 1850 census, District 4, Sumner, TN, p158A, M432_897
432/432 William Clark, 31, M, W, Farmer, $100, VA
Ann C. Clark, 36, F, W, TN
Sarah G. Clark, 11, F, W, TN
Laura Clark, 6, F, W, TN
Norry Clark, 2, M, W, TN
Kitty Clark, 4/12, F, W, TN
William Clark, 17, M, W, Farmer, TN
Samuel Clark, 21, M, W, TN
1860 census, District 4, Sumner, TN, p189, M653_1275
303/303 William H. Clark, 43, M, Farmer, $300, $150, VA, cannot r&w
Ann C. Clark, 48, F, TN
Sarah E. Clark, 20, F, TN
Francis L. Clark, 10, F, TN, attended school w/i year
William H. Clark, 8, M, TN, attended school w/i year
George B. Johnson, 12, M, TN, attended school w/i year Parents: Norry CLARK and Martha "Patsy" CODY.
William Samuel CLARK was born on 13 May 1860 in KY. KY death certificate #1931-14929 He died on 5 June 1931 at the age of 71. KY death certificate #1931-14929, William S. Clark, pod City Hospital, Louisville, Jefferson, KY, residence: 242 E. Caldwell, Louisville, Jefferson, KY, male, white, married, dod 5 Jun 1931, cause: sub-acute bacterial endocarditis, spouse: Hattie Clark; dob 12 May 1860, 71y 23d, Expressman, Self, bp KY, no information given on parents, informant: friend, no name or address, burial: 7 Jun 1931, cemetery illegible, Jefferson co KY 1900 census, Louisville Ward 12, Jefferson, KY, p12B ED 134, T623_533, 1421 22nd St.
221/242 William S. Clark, Head, W, M, May 1863, 37, M, 6, KY KY KY, Transfer Agent, yes yes yes R H
Hattie Clark, wife, W, F, Dec 1874, 25, M, 6, 1-1, KY KY KY, yes yes yes
Esther Clark, dau, W, F Jun 1895, S, KY KY KY
Emma Groom, mother-in-law, W, F, Feb 1853, 47, Wd, 2-1, KY KY KY, yes yes yes
1930 census, Louisville, Jefferson, KY, p9B ED 70, Roll 755, 242 East Caldwell
134/244 William S. Clark, Head, R, $20, M, W, 69, M, 32, no yes KY KY KY, yes, Expressman, Independent, O, yes, no
Hattie Clark, wife, F, W, 55, M, 19, no yes KY KY KY, yes, Dressmaker, home, O, yes
Raymond G. Clark, son, M, W, 25, D, no yes KY KY KY, yes, Receiving Clerk, Creamery, W, yes no
William Batson, grandson, M, W, 11, S, yes yes WV WV KY, yes, none
Raymond Batson, grandson, M, W, 7, S, yes, WV WV KY, none,
LaRosa Batson, grdau, F, W, 6, S, yes WV WV KY, none
William W. CLARK (private).
Spouse: Selesta G. JENNER.
Zona M. CLARK was born on 19 August 1905 in , Wetzel, WV. www.wvculture.org/vrr, wetzel co wv birth register, Zona M. Clark, 19 Aug 1905, F live, Wetzel co WV, father: S. M. Clark, mother: M. Clark, Q. C. Moore, Assessor gave info on birth She died on 18 August 2002 at the age of 96 in Leominster, Worcester, MA. obituary, The Fitchburg (MA) Sentinel & Enterprise, Tuesday, August 20, 2002
"Retired Telephone Company Worker From West Virginia"
FITCHBURG--Zona M. (Clark) Watkins, 96, of 269 Prospect St., died Sunday, Aug. 18, in Fairlawn Nursing Home, 370 West St., Leominster.
She was born Aug. 19, 1905, in Wetzel County, W. Va., the daughter of Samuel M. and Mary M. (Blair) Clark, and had lived in West Virginia before moving to Massachusetts.
Mrs. Watkins worked for 32 years as a supervisor and chief operator for the Bell Telephone Co. before she retired.
She was a member of United Church of Christ in New Martinsville, W. Va., and the Telephone Pioneers of America.
She leaves a niece, Betty J. Walker of Fitchburg, and several other nieces and nephews.
Her husband, Howard L. Watkins, predeceased her.
A funeral service will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. in Wells Chapel, 515 Maple Ave., New Martinsville.
Burial will be in North View Cemetery, New Martinsville.
Calling hours are Friday evening from 7 to 9 at the Grisell Funeral Home, 515 Maple Ave., New Martinsville.
Wright-Roy Funeral Home, 109 West St., Leominster, is directing arrangements. She was buried on 24 August 2002 at Northview Cemetery in New Martinsville, Wetzel, WV. obituary no children Parents: Samuel Martin CLARK and Mary Lavina "Vina" BLAIR.
Spouse: Thomas Howard WATKINS. Zona M. CLARK and Thomas Howard WATKINS were married on 25 December 1924 in ,Wetzel, WV. WV Marriages Index, 1785-1971, ancestry.com, groom-Howard L. Watkins, male, bd abt 1900, bp Tyler, WV, age 24, widowed, father: William Watkins, mother: Lola Watkins; bride-Zona Margaret Clark, female, age 22, bp Wetzel co WV, father: Martin Clark, mother: Elvina Clark, dom 25 Dec 1924, pom Harrison, WV
Catherine CLARKE was born about 1840 in , Harrison, IN. She died unknown.
Spouse: William Harvey MCCARTY. Catherine CLARKE and William Harvey MCCARTY were married on 18 November 1858 in , Harrison, IN.
Julia "Lulu" CLARKE was born on 20 February 1863 in KY. She died on 24 August 1947 at the age of 84 in Springfield, Greene, MO. She was buried on 26 August 1947 at Hillcrest Cemetery in Mountain Grove, Wright, MO. 1930 census, Mountain Grove, Wright, MO, p3B ED 11, Roll 1251, 521 Oakland Ave.
73/79 Lulu Short, H, O, $300, no F W 67 Wd 22 no yes KY KY KY, yes, none
Kathryn V. Bayless, dau, F W 35 M 24 no yes MO KY KY, yes, Bookkeeper, Experiment illegible, W
Louella V. Short, grdau, F W 8 S yes M MO MO, none
Ina Soloman, Servant, F W 16 S yes yes MO MO MO, yes, Svt, Private family, W Parents: Thomas CLARKE and Elizabeth LASHEBROCK.
Martha CLARKE was born in 1785 in , , VA.
Nancye Fox CLARKE (private).
Thomas CLARKE was born about 1834 in KY. He died unknown.
Elizabeth "Bettie" CLARKSON was born on 25 February 1847. She died on 10 November 1872 at the age of 25. She was buried in Oldham Cemetery, Jefferson, KY.
Mary CLARKSON (private).
Tillie CLARKSON (private).
Frank CLARY (private).
Spouse: Lily May GLENN.
John William CLATTERBUCK was born on 5 May 1865 in ,Callaway, MO. He died on 3 October 1930 at the age of 65 in Guthrie, Callaway, MO. MO death certifiate #1930-32259, John William Clatterbuck, Guthrie, Callaway, MO, male, white, married, dod 3 Oct 1930, cause: acute dilitation of heart, contributory: acute indigestion; spouse: Pearl Clatterbuck; dob 5 May 1867, 65y 4m 28d, Occ: Banker, bp MO, father: John L. Clatterbuck, bp MO, mother: Lucy Reynolds, bp MO, Informant: Paul Clatterbuck, New Bloomfield, MO, burial 5 Sep 1930, Dryfork Cemtery He was buried on 5 October 1930 at Dry Fork Baptist Cemetery in Guthrie, Callaway, MO. findagrave.com
Spouse: Lelia Pearl HOLT. Lelia Pearl HOLT and John William CLATTERBUCK were married on 5 September 1925 in ,Callaway, MO.
William CLAUNS (private).
Spouse: Lounna Elizabeth TERRY.
Alice Lee CLAWSON (private).
Spouse: Caleb Morgan KNOX.
Asa J. CLAWSON (private).
Spouse: Rebecca Louisa HOOVER.
Amanda CLAY was born about 1804 in ,Pittsylvania, VA. She died before 1 June 1850 at the age of 46 in ,Pittsylvania, VA. Parents: Matthew CLAY and Ann SAUNDERS.
Spouse: George Peyton KEESEE. Amanda CLAY and George Peyton KEESEE were married on 26 November 1822 in Washington, , D.C.. D. C. marriages, 1811-1950, familysearch.org, film #4258999 Children were: Peyton Clay KEESEE.
Charles CLAY was born about 1638 in ,Charles City, VA. He died before 2 August 1686 at the age of 48 in ,Henrico, VA. "Adventures of Purse and Persons", p193 and www.jcisle.com/clay.html
Charles Clay and Hannah James had 7 known children, all born in Henrico co VA:: 1) Mary Clay, b. abt 1664, 2) Elizabeth Clay, b abt 1666, 3) John Clay, b abt 1688, d. abt 1722, Prince George co VA, 4) Thomas Clay, b. abt 1670, died abt 1726, Prince George co VA, 5) Henry Clay, b. abt 1672, Henrico Co, 6) Charles Clay b. abt 1674, died abt 1765, married Sarah ? 7) Judith Clay b. abt 1678, Parents: John CLAY(E) and Elizabeth UNKNOWN.
Elizabeth F. CLAY was born in September 1875 in , Henderson, KY. She died unknown. Parents: Richard P. CLAY and Elizabeth MORRIS.
Spouse: John T. JENNINGS. Elizabeth F. CLAY and John T. JENNINGS were married on 21 December 1893 in , Henderson, KY. ,Henderson, KY MB 24 p. 589 Children were: John T. "J. T." JENNINGS, Albert Lee JENNINGS, Lucille JENNINGS, Rosalie JENNINGS.
Henry CLAY was born in 1672 in ,Henrico, VA. He died on 3 August 1760 at the age of 88 in , Chesterfield, VA. www.jcisle.com/wills.html#henry clay
Henrico County, Virginia Will Book 2, pp244-247
In the name of God amen this Twenty eighth day of March in the year of our lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and forty nine I Henry Clay of Henrico County being of perfect health and memory thanks be to God therefore and calling to my my mortality and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and Testament that is to say princeably and first of all I give my Soul into the hands of God that gave it and as for my body I commend it to the earth to be buried in a Christian like and decent form at the discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by mighty power of God and as touching my worldly estate wherewith it hath pleasest God to bless me in this life I give devise and dispose of the same in manner and form---
Impremis I give and bequeath unto my son William Clay the land and plnatation whereon he now lives and my land and plantation on deep Creek in Henrico County whereon Richard Belcher now lives to him and his heirs and assigns forever.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son Henry Clay the land and plantation whereon he now lives and two hundred acres of land at Letalone on Goochland County it being the lower survey belonging to me at the same letalone to him and his heirs forever and assigns.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son Charles Clay the plantation whereon he now lives and all the land on the noth side of swift Creek and the lower side of the nuttree run to me belonging and also four hundred acres at letalone being my upper survey at letalone to him and to his heirs and assigns forever.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son John Clay the plantation whereon he now lives and all my land on the north side of Swift Creek and upper side of nuttree run to him and to his heirs forever and assigns.
Item I likewise give and bequeath my grist mill on nuttree run to be equally divided among my sons Charles Clay and my Son John Clay to be held in Joint tenancy to them and to their heirs and assigns forever.
Item I give to my daughter Amey Williamson five pounds current money.
Item I give to my daughter Mary Watkins five pounds Current money.
Item I give and bequeath unto my grandson Henry Clay two hundred and forty acres of land adjoing to James Hill to him and his heirs and assigns forever.
Item I give and bequeath unto my granddaughter Mary Clay daughter of Charles Clay one negro gil named Phebe to her and her heirs and assigns forever
Item I give unto Mary my well beloved wife the plantation whereon I now live during her natural life and my negroe man Lewis, also my negroe Joe, and Sue and Hannah and Jenny, and Sarah during her natural life and what stock and household goods she pleases to have or make us of, of mine.
Item I desire the rest of my slaves not heretofore given and stock and household goods to be given and equally divided among my four sons aforementioned at their discretion, and also the negroes above written and gave to my wife may be equally dived after my wifes decease and the stock and household goods to her given also to be divided all in manner and form aforementioned to my four sons above written and to their hirs and assigns forever.
Item I give to my four sons aforesaid and to my wife to be equally divided all the ready money and money out at use that I shall be posses with at my death.
Item, after my wifes decease, I give my plantation whereon I now live to my son John Clay and to his heirs and assigns forever together with the adjacent land therein belonging and I do hereby make constitute and ordain my four sons agove written to be my only and sole executors of this my last will and Testament declaring all former wills by me made to be void and vacated of no effect declaring this and no other to be my last will and Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the day and year above written
Signed seale and acknowledged before us.
Alison his X mark Clark
George Reny Turner
He was buried on 4 August 1760 in "The Raells", Chesterfield, VA. "Adventurers of Purse and Persons", p 195; The Raills was Henry Clay's farm; www.jcisle.com/clay.html Parents: Charles CLAY and Hannah WILSON.
Isabella Pauline CLAY died unknown.
James "Jim" CLAY was born in August 1872 in , Henderson, KY. He died unknown. 1900 census, Spottsville, Henderson, KY, p13A ED48, Roll 526
184/191 James Clay, Head, W, M, Aug 1872, 27, M, 5, KY VA KY, Farmer, yes yes yes, O M F
IsaBell Clay, wife, W, F, Mar 1860, 40, M, 5, 0-0, KY KY KY, yes yes yes
Francis M. Edwards, mother-in-law, W, F, Nov 1837,52, Wd, 8-7, KY VA VA, yes yes yes
Lloyd A. Edwards, brother-inlaw, W, M, Jun 1868, 31, S, KY KY KY, Farmer, 0, yes yes yes
Louise Edwards sister-in-law, W, F, Sep 1870, 29, S, KY KY KY, yes yes yes
1910 census, Spottsville, Henderson, KY, p20B, ED63, T624_479
427/430 James Clay, Head, M, W, 39, M1, 15, kY KY KY, English, Farmer/Butcher, Own Farm/Retail Butcher, OA, yes yes, O F F
Belle clay, wife, F, W, 49, M1, 15, 0-0, KY KY KY, English, none, yes yes
George A. Burklow, Boarder, M, W, 33, S, KY KY KY, Emg;osj. Sa;es,am. Gen. Store, W, no 0, yes yes Parents: Richard P. CLAY and Elizabeth MORRIS.
Spouse: Isabelle "Belle" EDWARDS. Isabelle "Belle" EDWARDS and James "Jim" CLAY were married on 27 March 1895 in , Henderson, KY.
Captain John CLAY was born in 1587 in Monmouthshire, Wales. He died in 1639 at the age of 52 in ,Charles City, VA. data from "Adventurers of Purse and Person", p193 also from www.jcisle.com/clay.html
CAPTAIN JOHN CLAYE, called "The English Grenadier," was born about 1587, probably in Monmouthshire, Wales and died about 1639 at Charles City Co. VA. He arrived at Jamestown on the ship Treasurer in 1613. His wife Anne (Nicolle) who he married in England about 1612, arrived in 1623 on the ship Ann. This John Claye was called Captain John Claye and tradition says he was in charge of the 50 Musketeers on board Captain Samuel Argall's ship the Treasurer, which was sent to offer protection to the settlers in Jamestown. The above information is attributed to Hotten, however, in a letter from Captain Samuel Argall to a friend Nicholas Hawes, we learn that the Treasurer arrived at "Point Comfort" on 17 September 1612. This is referenced in "The Genesis of the United States" by Alexander Brown, Vol 1, p. 640. I find it hard to believe that this was the only trip that the Treasurer made to the Colonies. Captain Claye obviously traveled back and forth to England before finally settling in Virginia with his wife Anne. They had two children that we know of:
John Clay born about 1614 in England
William Clay born about 1617 in England
Parents: Sir John CLAY(E) and unknown .
Kate L. CLAY was born in February 1878 in , Henderson, KY. Parents: Richard P. CLAY and Elizabeth MORRIS.
Martha CLAY was born on 10 August 1713 in ,Henrico, VA. She died on 1 March 1745/6 at the age of 32 in ,Chesterfield, VA. Parents: Henry CLAY and Mary MITCHELL.
Matthew CLAY was born on 25 March 1754 in VA. He died on 27 May 1815 at the age of 61 in Halifax Court House, Halifax, VA. He was buried on 28 May 1815 at Clay Family Cemetery in Danville, Pittsylvania, VA.
Richard P. CLAY was born in March 1843 in VA. He died after 1 June 1900 at the age of 57 in , Henderson, KY.
Spouse: Elizabeth MORRIS. Elizabeth MORRIS and Richard P. CLAY were married on 14 May 1863 in , Henderson, KY. ,Henderson, KY MB 6 p. 11 Children were: James "Jim" CLAY, Elizabeth F. CLAY, Kate L. CLAY.
Sallie G. CLAY was born on 16 November 1877 in ,Henderson, KY. She was born on 16 November 1877 in , Henderson, KY.
Spouse: Thomas Newman COSBY. Sallie G. CLAY and Thomas Newman COSBY were married on 21 September 1898 in ,Henderson, KY. They were married on 21 September 1898 in , Henderson, KY. Children were: Harry Newman COSBY, Nellie COSBY.
William C. CLAY (private).
Spouse: Rebecca COMER.
Sir John CLAY(E) was born about 1558 in ,Gloucester, England. He died about 1632 at the age of 74 in Monmouthshire, Wales. www.jcisle.com/clay.html
SIR JOHN CLAYE by tradition is said to have been born ca 1556/1558, probably Gloucestershire England and died about 1632, probably Monmouthshire, England and Wales. The name of his wife is unknow. He was Coal Baron of Monmouthshire, England and Wales. Knighted by Queen Elizabeth I and given lands in Wales; said to be the son of John Claye of Gloucester who was the son of John Claye of Derby. Knighted by Edward IV at the Battle of Tewksburg in 1471. By tradition he had three sons:
1. Richard Clay, born about 1589, probably in Monmouthshire, Wales, evidently the eldest and remained in Monmouthsire to inherit the estates. He had two sons who came to the Colonies:
1a. Francis Clay, came to Northumberland Co. VA in 1649; his wife arrived in 1652. Their children were:
1b. Edward Claye, came to Northumberland Co. VA in 1659
2. Captain John Claye (see his notes)
3. William Clay, born about 1590, probably in Monmouthshire, England/Wales. He arrived in 1638. Very little else is known about William.
John CLAY(E) was born about 1614 in England. He died before 1660 at the age of 46 in ,Charles City, VA. Parents: Captain John CLAY and Ann NICHOLLS.
Spouse: Elizabeth UNKNOWN. Elizabeth UNKNOWN and John CLAY(E) were married about 1632 in ,Charles City, VA. www.jcisle.com/clay.html, after John Clay's death, she married 2) John Wall and 3) John Tate Children were: William CLAY(E), Charles CLAY.
William CLAY(E) was born about 1634 in ,Charles City, VA. He died before 22 October 1663 at the age of 29 in ,Charles City, VA. His will does not exist but the probate records do. He married abt 1656 to Emlin, surname unknown, no children are mentioned. Parents: John CLAY(E) and Elizabeth UNKNOWN.
Conrad CLAYCOMB (private).
Ina May CLAYCOMB was born on 3 April 1882 in OH. She died on 31 August 1942 at the age of 60 in ,Taylor, KY. She died on 31 August 1942 at the age of 60 in Campbellsville, Taylor, KY. Ina died on 31 August 1942 at the age of 60 in , Taylor, KY. She was buried on 2 September 1942 in Shilogh Cemtery, Taylor, KY. She was buried in Shilogh Cemetery, Taylor, KY. KY death certificate #1942-19172, cause of death: cerebral hemorrhage, informant: Mrs. Will Hedgepeth, Campbellsville, KY
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Spouse: Tyler Green SMITH. Ina May CLAYCOMB and Tyler Green SMITH were married about 1902 in ,Taylor, KY. Children were: Vernetta Catherine SMITH, Blanch SMITH, Lola M. SMITH, Bettie G. SMITH, Willard H. SMITH, Roberta SMITH, Wilson SMITH, Tyler Eugene SMITH, Jewell M. SMITH.
Albert Waters CLAYTON was born on 9 September 1907 in Washington, D. C.. He died on 24 February 1983 at the age of 75 in Hyattsville, Prince Geroges, MD. He was buried on 26 February 1983 at Fort Lincoln Cemetery in Brentwood, Prince George's, MD. findagrave.com, photo of tombstone SSDI-578-20-1340-D.C. Parents: George Luther CLAYTON and Josephine May "Josie" WATERS.