Working on my Clark, Le Clear, Campeau & Amo lineages


I was up pretty late researching – working on my Clark lineages – got abt 90% already done – just filling in the blanks – I am also working on my Le Clear, Campeau & Amo lines – mostly settling in Detroit MI from Canada – I believe the Clark lineage to be Native American – 3x Grandmother Lucretia Le Clear (then from her daughter Maryette Emaline Clark (married into the Barkhamsted Lighthouse line William Barber), Ada Barber, Alvin Allen, Rex Allen – Me) Lucretia was noted as a Mulotto (also a reference to being Native American) in the 1850 census in Rollin, Lenawee, MI age 6 yrs. In the 1900 census Owosso, Shiawassee, MI age 57 she is listed as white she also list her birthday as May 1843~

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  1. this is on your father side

     /  February 7, 2013

    unreal that is times way back .3x grandmothers .back in 1850s. keep the good work up.i am
    please about . how far you went back in time of the allens side at 90%.

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