Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
B.C. man seeks information on family
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 11 Oct 2006, p. 7

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Dear editor, I am writing this letter to see if any of your readers have any archival information available on my great-great-grandparents, John and Ann Clark, and their children, who settled in Brampton in July of 1842. If anyone has any information about the children of John and Ann Clark, or their grandchildren, I would very much appreciate hearing from you. My grandfather was George Campbell Clark, who was born to Thomas Clark and Martha Elizabeth Beck on November 12, 1881. He was the fourth son of John and Ann Clark. From information received to date, I have traced some of the family westward to Alberta and British Columbia in the late 1890's. At one time, Thomas Clark was station Master at Acton, Ontario for the Grand Trunk Railway. In later years, he, and some of his sons, were with the Canadian Pacific Railway in and around Lytton, British Columbia. The youngest son of Thomas Clark, Cyril Edward James Clark, born in Lytton, British Columbia on November 9, 1899, eventually moved to Brampton where he lived until just prior to his passing on May 2, 1974. Other items of interest I am missing, are the names and background of numerous spouses and their marriage dates. Thank you very much for any information anyone is able to forward onto me. It will be very much appreciated by all. Information can be sent to Mr. Douglas Clark Morris P.O. Box #58162, Station "L", Vancouver, British Columbia, V6P 6C5. Telephone 604276-8653. E-mail: aderacanada@hotmail.com Douglas Clark Morris, Vancouver, B.C.

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B.C. man seeks information on family