Salome Antoinette Clark was born 26 Nov. 1843 in Medway to Sanford Clark and Nancy Gould Clark, and was with her mother in the 1850 census, both were with one Asa Harding, 86, in Medway. Salome was attending school. She was not present with her mother in the 1860 census (at c17).
She was with her brother, Charles S. Clark in an 1865 Massachusetts state census: Charles S. Clark is listed in an 1865 Massachusetts state census in Medway (dwelling #653 family #726) at 36 years of age, "soldier," with Silence H. age 35, Charles S. Junior age 12, Edward P. age 4, Antoinette Clark age 21, occupation looks something like "Strew Dewas," and also and nephew Arthur Mundon age 10, son of sister Ellen Clark who married Daniel Mundon.
8 April 1869 John C. Heath of Nedham, 26 (born c1843, a locomotive engineer, born in Troy, Maine, to Caleb and Mary F. Heath married Antionette S. Clark of Medway 25 years of age, born in Medway to Sanford Clark and Nancy G. Ceremony performed by D. Sanford, clergyman. No Heath births listed in Franklin to 1872. Salome Antoinette Clark Heath of 54 Edson St., Boston, died (7133) 13 July 1919, age 75, of Cerebral Thrombosis, that lasted 2 years and 7 days. She died at home, born Nov. 1843 Medway, MA, father ___ Clark. John C. Heath, her husband, was the "informant." She was buried in Millis 16 July 1919. The physician filling out the death certificate was W.F. Phillips, M.D. The undertakers were R. & E.F. Gleason. I have not yet found a death record of John C. Heath, but he clearly died after 1919.
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