Joseph Clark, born 1664, son of Joseph Clark, was a cordwainer by trade (this and dialog from Tilden p349). He married in 1686 Mary Wright, and settled about the same time in the north part of the town. In 1695, he held the office of sealer of leather. At his father's death, he received the homestead in the south part of town. Captain Joseph Clark was one of the prominent men of the town. He built the grist mill and manufactured malt nearby. His wife, Mary Wright Clark, died in 1705, at which time he married Abigail Smith, widow of Samuel Smith. He died in 1731, his wife about 1756.
Mary Clark 1687-1717 married 1703 Nathaniel Smith
Mehitable Clark born 1690 married Timothy Morse
Hannah Clark born 1692 married 1709 John Robbins
Esther Clark 1695-1774 married 1716 Ebenezer Turner
Joseph Clark born 1697
Hephzibah Clark 1699-1791 married 1727 Timothy Hamant
Thomas Clark born 1703
Abigail Clark 1711-1750 married 1730 Henry Smith
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