Clark.  Primarily being a New England family of Clarks presently beginning with one Joseph Clark of Braintree, who died in 1708, plus sundry other Clark records from Massachusetts and surroundings.  

There is a new page of records and speculation on the father of Joseph Clark of Braintree.

These records were accumulated along the way to tracing our own Clark line.  To date, we have traced our line back to Joseph Clark who died in Braintree in 1708.  We put these records on the web for the further use of those searching Clark families.  Anyone with further information on our family, please send it along.  If you would like your own Clark records added, send them, and I will put them up.  Please send only text, as server space does have a finite limit.  Please send records, comments, suggestions, and speculation.
Passenger Lists
The Mayflower Clark Myth
Genealogical Guide to Early Setters of America (Clarks extracted)(I realize there are OCR errors in these)
Pioneers of Massachusetts (Clarks extracted)(I realize there are OCR errors in these)
Barnstable County, MA: Barnstable(1638), Brewster(1803), Eastham(1646), Falmouth(1686),  Harwich(1694), Yarmouth(1639)
Bristol County, MA:  Acushnet (1860), Attleboro (1694), Dartmouth(1664), Easton(1725), Fall River(1803), Freetown(1683), Mansfield(1725), New Bedford(1787), Norton, Taunton(1639),  Raynham(1731), Rehoboth(1645), Swansea(1667)
Essex County: Danvers(1775), Ipswich(1634), Lynn(1629)
Hampden County: Ludlow (1775), Springfield(1636)
Middlesex County, MA: Acton (1735), Arlington, (1807) Cambridge (1636), Concord(1635), Dunstable(), Groton(1655), Lexington(1713), Lincoln(1754), Malden(1649), Medford(1630), Newton(1688), Reading(1644),  Sherborn(1674), Stow(1683), Sudbury(1639), Waltham(1738), Watertown(1630),
Norfolk County, MA: Braintree(1640), Canton(1797),  Cohasset(1775), Dedham(1636), Dover  Foxborough(1778), Franklin (1778,) Holliston(1724),  Medfield(1651),  Medway(1713),  Millis(1885), Milton(1662), Needham(1711), Quincy(1792), Randolph(1793), Sharon(1775),  Stoughton(1726),  Walpole(1724), Weymouth(1635), Wrentham(1673)
Plymouth County, MA: Abington (1712), Bridgewater(1656), Brockton(1821), Carver (1790), Duxbury (1637),  East Bridgewater(1823), Halifax(1734),   Hanover (1727), Hanson (1820), Hingham (1634), Hull(1644) (no Clark), Kingston (1726), Lakeville(1853), Marion (1852), Marshfield (1640), Mattapoisett (1857), Middleborough(1669), Norwell(1849), Pembroke(1712), Plymouth(1620),  Plympton(1707), Rochester(1686), Scituate(1636), West Bridgewater(1822), Wareham(1739), Witman(1875)
Suffolk County, MA: Boston (1630),  Brookline (1718), Chelsea(1739), Dorchester, Milton(1662), Roxbury(1630)
Worcester County, MA: Worcester(1684)
Early Records (not broken out by town, not complete, just as I find them!)
Rhode Island Clark linked to Sharon, MA
Maine Clarks

Approximate Geographical Map circa early 1700s
Ipswich
Salem
Charlestown (1628) Lynn (1629)
Concord (1635) Cambridge (1636) Charlestown (1628)
Sudbury (1639) Watertown (1630) Boston (1630)
Newton(1688) Roxbury (1630)
Dedham (1636) Milton (1662) Dorchester (1630) Quincy
Dedham (1636) Braintree (1640) Dorchester (1630) Weymouth (1635) Hingham
Canton (1797) Randolph (1793) Dorchester (1630) Dorchester (1630) Duxbury (1637) Scituate (1636)
Duxbury (1637) Duxbury (1637) Duxbury (1637) Marshfield (1640)
Taunton (1639) Duxbury (1637) Duxbury (1637) Duxbury (1637)
Attleboro (1694) Taunton (1639) Taunton (1639) Plymouth (1620), Plymouth (1620),
Taunton (1639) Middlebborough (1669) Plymouth (1620), Plymouth (1620),
Rehoboth (1645) Freetown (1683) Middleborough (1669)
Dartmouth Rochester (1686)
New Bedford (1787)

These records are neither complete nor exhaustive.

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All records on this Clark web site are Copyright©1999-2015, Frank O. Clark, Ph.D., unless otherwise attributed. These documents may be freely used for private purposes, and included in your own genealogy.  However, these documents are copyrighted and may not be sold, nor given to anyone who may attempt to derive profit from same. Please send any errors, corrections, conjectures, updates, etc. to Frank O. Clark, Ph.D.  (blank form)