John Clarke

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Personal and Family Information

John was born before 4 JAN 1744, the son of William Clarke and Sarah. The place is not known.

He died on 29 MAY 1803. The place is not known.

His wife was Mary Hobbs, whom he married on 25 OCT 1772 in St. Anne's, Soho, London. Their ten known children were John (<1773-<1779), Mary (<1775-<1781), Ann (<1777-<1788), John (<1779-1843), Mary (<1781-<1803), Elizabeth (<1783-1842), William (<1785-1866), Elias (<1786-1811), Anne (c1788-1832) and Charlotte (<1790-?).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

John Clarke
(<1744-1803)

 

William Clarke
(<1720-<1799)

 

William Clarke
(<1668-<1744)

 

Elizeus Clarke
(<1635-<1715)

+
   

Mary Coles
(<1648-<1719)

 
   

Alice Roads
(-<1775)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Sarah
(-<1746)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthBEF 04 JAN 1744
Death29 MAY 1803
Webb research
Source: Webb research
Authors: William Arlent Webb
Publisher: abt 1930

Christening04 JAN 1744
Place: Steeple Claydon, Buckinghamshire
Type: Christening
1930s scrapbooks King-Pulley-Butler-Clarke etc
Source: 1930s scrapbooks King-Pulley-Butler-Clarke etc
Authors: William Arlent Webb
Publisher: large scrapbooks
Page: Steeple Claydon Parish Register

See Note 2
See Note 3
BurialAFT 29 MAY 1803
Place: Maids Moreton, Buckinghamshire
Type: Burial
1930s scrapbooks King-Pulley-Butler-Clarke etc
Source: 1930s scrapbooks King-Pulley-Butler-Clarke etc
Authors: William Arlent Webb
Publisher: large scrapbooks

See Note 4
Residence1784
Place: St. Giles in the Fields, London
Type: Residence
Butler-Clarke research
Source: Butler-Clarke research
Authors: Ralph Butler Clarke b 1899

Residence1787
Place: Lillingstone Dayrell, Buckinghamshire
Type: Residence
Butler-Clarke research
Source: Butler-Clarke research
Authors: Ralph Butler Clarke b 1899

Notes

Note 1

age 58 at death in 1803

late of Lillingstone Dayrell and now of Maids Moreton to wife Mary Clarke +

effects etc for lifetime then to children (not named individually) trustees +

brother William Clarke, James Allen draper & Benjamin Kirby baker of Buckingham +

wife Mary executrix

1 MONI

2 NOTE In MEMORY of / JOHN CLARKE / Who / Died May 29 1803 / Aged 58 Years

2 SOUR 29

BIOGRAPHY: A corn merchant with a house in St Giles in the Fields from which he probably rode to his office at 163 Oxford Street (London Directory of 1784).

BIOGRAPHY: Inherited "All and every my freehold and copyhold messuages, closes, lands, grounds, tenements & hereditaments in Little Horwood" from father Wm in 1799.

BIOGRAPHY: Had lifehold property at Maids Moreton left to wife.

Note 2

1743/4, January 4, John, son of William Clarke, junior & Sarah

Note 3

1743/4, January 4, John, son of William Clarke, junior & Sarah

Note 4

Maids Moreton Parish Register

Burials

1803, May (Died May 29) John Clarke, aged 58

Sources

  1. Webb research
    Source: Webb research
    Authors: William Arlent Webb
    Publisher: abt 1930
  2. 1930s scrapbooks King-Pulley-Butler-Clarke etc
    Source: 1930s scrapbooks King-Pulley-Butler-Clarke etc
    Authors: William Arlent Webb
    Publisher: large scrapbooks
  3. 1930s scrapbooks King-Pulley-Butler-Clarke etc
    Source: 1930s scrapbooks King-Pulley-Butler-Clarke etc
    Authors: William Arlent Webb
    Publisher: large scrapbooks
  4. 1930s scrapbooks King-Pulley-Butler-Clarke etc
    Source: 1930s scrapbooks King-Pulley-Butler-Clarke etc
    Authors: William Arlent Webb
    Publisher: large scrapbooks
    Page: Steeple Claydon Parish Register
  5. Butler-Clarke research
    Source: Butler-Clarke research
    Authors: Ralph Butler Clarke b 1899
  6. 1930s scrapbooks King-Pulley-Butler-Clarke etc
    Source: 1930s scrapbooks King-Pulley-Butler-Clarke etc
    Authors: William Arlent Webb
    Publisher: large scrapbooks
  7. Butler-Clarke research
    Source: Butler-Clarke research
    Authors: Ralph Butler Clarke b 1899
  8. Butler-Clarke research
    Source: Butler-Clarke research
    Authors: Ralph Butler Clarke b 1899
  9. Butler-Clarke research
    Source: Butler-Clarke research
    Authors: Ralph Butler Clarke b 1899