3 edition of Some recent finds regarding the ancestry of General George Rogers Clark found in the catalog.
Some recent finds regarding the ancestry of General George Rogers Clark
R. C. Ballard Thruston
|Statement||by R.C. Ballard Thruston.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.R73 1935|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||35013982|
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This book is a very good brief introduction to George Rogers Clark. I had read John Bakeless’ biography of Clark titled “Background To Glory” over a decade ago, read a reprint of Clark and Bowman’s journals several years after that, and have visited the sites dedicated to him at Vincennes and the Falls of the Ohio many s: 4. Col. George Rogers Clark's sketch of his campaign in the Illinois in With an introduction by Hon. Henry Prittle of Louisville and an appendix containing the public and private instructions to Col. Clark and Major Bowman's journal of the taking of Post St. Vincents by George Rogers Clark (Book).
George Rogers Clark grew up on the fringes of the American frontier and his life and aspirations were intimately tied to the frontier and westward expansion. Through his military ventures, Clark would do much to expand the territorial boundaries of the United States. On this day in history, Febru , General George Rogers Clark dies. Clark was called the "Conqueror of the Old Northwest," for his military exploits. Clark made his first surveying trip into Kentucky in , when settlers were pouring into the region.
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Some recent finds regarding the ancestry of General George Rogers Clark / by R.C. Ballard Thruston. by Thruston, R. Ballard (Rogers Clark Ballard), 3 Seineke, Kathrine Wagner, The George Rogers Clark Adventure in the Illinois and Selected Documents of the American Revo lution at the, New Orleans: Polyanthos, Inc.
(), xvi. 4 Thruston, R. Ballard, "Some Recent Finds Regarding the Ancestry of General George Rogers Clark", Louisville, KY: Reprinted from The Filson Club. Title: The Filson ClubHistory Quarterly: Some Recent Finds Regarding the Ancestry of General George Rogers Clark, Volume: Vol.
9 No. 1 Our Eastham Generations in America -Subject: Eastham family The Virginia Genealogist: Five Wills of the Early Birds of King and Queen County, Virginia, Volume: 17, Nos. 3&4. ) paternal grandmother of General George Rogers Clark”, by George H. King; “Some Recent Finds Regarding the ancestry of General George Rogers Clark”, by R.
Ballard Thruston 7. Clark family genealogical research – manuscripts, folder A, “Rogers-Clark-Bird-Eastham-Wilson” research of Charlton B. Rogers, n.d. The wife of John Rogers is probably not Mary Byrd. The important source on this issue appears to be an article, entitled "Some Recent Finds Regarding the Ancestry of General George Rogers Clark", by R.
Ballard Thruston, "President of the Filson Club", and published in the Filson Club History Quarterly, Vol. IX, No. 1 (Jan ), pages Richards () paternal grandmother of General George Rogers Clark”, by George H.S. King; “Some Recent Finds Regarding the ancestry of General George Rogers Clark”, by R.C.
Ballard Thurston 7. Clark family genealogical research-manuscripts, folder A, “Rogers-Clark-Bird-Eastham-Wilson” research of Charlton B. Rogers, n.d. "Some Recent Finds Regarding the Ancestry of General George Rogers Clark," The Filson Club History Quarterly, Vol.
9, No. 1 (Jan. ) Reprint: FHL Fiche (2 fiche) [Clark] Bond, Christy Hawes and Alicia Crane Williams. George Rogers Clark was an American soldier and frontiersman, who commanded important victories over British troops in the Northwest Territory during the American Revolution ().
The brother of famed explorer William Clark, he was born near Charlottesville, Virginia. With little education, he became a surveyor while still a young man. Genealogy profile for George Rogers Clark George Rogers Clark ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for George Rogers Clark ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
Some Recent Finds Regarding the Ancestry of General George Rogers Clark; Rachel Eastham, Not Mary Byrd or Bird, Was the Wife of John Rogers, the Grandfather of George The Grave of General George Rogers Clark; Elizabeth (Wilson) Clark Richards (), Paternal Grandmother of General George Rogers Clark.
4 Thruston, R. Ballard, "Some Recent Finds Regarding the Ancestry of General George Rogers Clark", Louisville, KY: Reprinted from The Filson Club History Quarterly, Vol. IX, No.1 (January ). In memory of John Clark b.
King and Queen County, Va. Jefferson County, KY. Son of Jonathan & Elizabeth (Wilson) Clark Married Ann Rogers b. King and Queen County, VA. Jefferson County, KY. Incorrectly noted Parents: GrandDaughter of John Rogers & Rachel (Eastham) Rogers Done by The Filson Club Clark Fund George Rogers Clark papers, by Clark, George Rogers, ; James, James Alton.
Topics -Printing on some pages was slanted. An effort for a straight appearance was made. Addeddate Family History Library. American Libraries. Genealogy. Lucy Clark, another daughter of John and Anne Rogers Clark, married Major William Croughan, who had located in Louisville as early as Their home was "Locust Grove," the scene of generous hospitality.
Here Lucy Croughan's brother, Gen. George Rogers Clark, died and was buried in the old family burying ground. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for George Rogers Clark (19 Nov –13 Feb ), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave.
Some recent finds regarding the ancestry of General George Rogers Clark (Source: Internet Archive) Clark family histories (Source: Internet Archive) Family Records or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (and Vicinity) Above Chatham includes Clark family (Source: Heritage Books) ($).
George Rogers Clark, frontier military leader in the American Revolution, whose successes were factors in the award of the Old Northwest to the United States in the Treaty of Paris, concluding the war.
Trained by his grandfather, Clark engaged in surveying along the Ohio River in the mids. General Washington recognized that Clark’s achievement had been gained without support from the regular army in men or funds. Virginia also capitalized on Clark’s success, laying claim to the Old Northwest by calling it Illinois County, Virginia.
George Rogers Clark Facts: Later Years and Death. Clarks story after the war is a bit of a tragedy. In memory of Ann Rogers Clark Mother of I. Gen. Jonathan Clark b. Sarah Hite (?) II. Gen. George Rogers Clark b. III. Ann Clark b. Owen C. Wathmey IV. Capt. John Clark b. Lieut. Richard Clark b. Killed in Revolutionary War VI.
Capt. Edmund Clark b. VII. Lucy Clark b. Maj. William Croghan. > George Rogers Clark Home Site. Share This. Separated from the main part of the state park by private land, the George Rogers Clark home site was home to the American Revolutionary War hero from to Known for almost years as “Clark’s Point,” it is situated in a sharp curve enabling one to have a spectacular view of the.
George Rogers Clark was born in Albemarle County, Virginia, on Novem Clark had four sisters and five brothers (his youngest brother, William Clark. (–). Partly due to the military leadership of General George Rogers Clark, the United States emerged from the American Revolution with room for westward expansion.
Clark was a famous figure in the early history of Kentucky. Locust Grove decorated for Christmas in the traditional manor of the ’s.
Information on the family of George Rogers Clark is taken from articles written for The Filson Club History Quarterlyby Rogers Clark Ballard Thurston.
In his latter years, General Clark lived with his sister, Lucy, who married William Croghan.