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Bio of Edmund Anderson
Bio of Edmund Anderson
An Albemarle county Virginia native, Edmund Anderson pursued business, land speculation, and even served as a Postmaster in Richmond Virginia. PDF 
 
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Clarkson Family Bible, Notes from a
Clarkson Family Bible, Notes from a
In May of 1986 . . opportunity to view and make copies of the family record pages of the Clarkson Family Bible that originally belong to Richard Albert Clarkson and Elizabeth Jane Robinson. It includes a list of Births, obituary clippings, notice of an anniversary party, and family photographs. PDF 
 
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Clarkson Family Genealogy, A; Arnold Motley.
Clarkson Family Genealogy, A; Arnold Motley.
In the 1950ís or 60ís this Clarkson Genealogy was prepared by Arnold Motley, then Court Clerk at Tappahannock, Essex County, Virginia. Arnold Motley was a descendant of the Clarkson family.  
 
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Clarkson Family in England, The
Clarkson Family in England, The
James Clarkson was a British Soldier during the American Revolution. Here is the story of his family in Lancashire England. It comes from the research of Blanche Aubin Clarkson Hutchison, originally compiled in 1994 and updated in 2008. PDF 
 
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Clarkson Family Letters
Clarkson Family Letters
Descendants of SE Clarkson have been blessed to retain a number of business and family letters beginning in the early 1900ís. These letters lay out pieces of the Clarkson family story in Fort Smith and Oklahoma City. 
 
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Fry Family Summary: Joshua Fry
Fry Family Summary: Joshua Fry
Colonel Joshua Fry (1699-1754) was a teacher, surveyor, adventurer, mapmaker, soldier, and member of the House of Burgesses, the legislature of the colony of Virginia.  
 
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Fry Family Summary: Reuben Macon Fry
Fry Family Summary: Reuben Macon Fry
Reuben Macon Fry, 2xg-grandfather, pursued a variety of occupations in his lifetime - cadet at the Virginia Military Academy, merchant along the Mississippi River, "moonshine" chaser for the Internal Revenue Service, and Arkansas Justice of the Peace.  
 
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Gettysburg Remembered
Gettysburg Remembered
In a letter to his friend, Capt E C Bouldin, Richard Albert Clarkson recounts his experiences of the Battle of Gettysburg, during the American Civil War. PDF  
 
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Remembering Rowland Clarkson
Remembering Rowland Clarkson
In May 2008 the Clarkson family and friends gathered to remember Rowland
Clarkson. A Memorial Service was held at Rose Hill Cemetery in Oklahoma City, followed by a luncheon at St Paulís Episcopal Cathedral. 
 
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Robert Hutchison:  A Name Long Treasured
Robert Hutchison: A Name Long Treasured
The name of Robert Hutchison is not an uncommon one . . this is a story of four men who share the name, and who have passed it from themselves to the next generation as a tradition. 
 
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Who Is It?
Who Is It?
This collection of photos is from a family album belonging to Rowland Clarkson, who shared them with me in 1993. Clues suggest that the photos are of Clarkson family members, primarily from the dates 1865 to 1875. PDF