Thurston Clark was in Plymouth in 1634 (or born there in 1634?), removed to Duxbury (just to North of Plymouth).  Died 6 Dec. 1661, by exposure to the cold, while returning from Plymouth.  Estate lb 97, 12 s, 6d.  He married Faith.   After his death, Faith Clark married Edward Dotey, who had: Edward Dotey (died c1690), John Doety, Isaac Dotey 8 Feb. 1647, Joseph Dotey 30 April 1651. (History of the Town of Duxbury). Two children:

  1. Thurston Clark, town ordered to care for him in 1682.  In 1690, the records state "by reason of their age, indiscretaion, and weakness of understanding," they cannot provide for them selves, the Court appointed certain individuals to ahve the management of their estates, which were sufficient for them.  (History of the Town of Duxbury). 
  2. Harry Clark, town ordered to care for him in 1682.   In 1690, the records state "by reason of their age, indiscretaion, and weakness of understanding," they cannot provide for them selves, the Court appointed certain individuals to ahve the management of their estates, which were sufficient for them.  (History of the Town of Duxbury). 

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