The Family Chronicle and Kinship Book of Maclin, Clack, Cocke, Carter, Taylor, Cross, Gordon, and Other Related American Lineages

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McDaniel printing Company, 1928 - Genealogy - 663 pages
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"Our Family Tree, as far as is known, was first planted in America by the Reverend Mr. James Clack, who came from Marden, in Wiltshire, England, to Gloucester County, Virginia, as a minister of the Established Church in the year 1678. It was his grand daughter, Sarah Clack, daughter of James Clack II, who married William Maclin III, in Brunswick County, Virginia, in 1754"--Forward. Descendants and relatives lived in Tennessee, Virginia, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Texas, Nebraska, Kentucky, Louisiana and elsewhere

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