My 3rd Great Grandfather – Levi Clark 20 Oct 1834 – 16 Nov 1901 Died of Consumption/Excess use of Morphine
Owosso Argus-Press Owosso MI
Nov 18, 1901: Levi Clark of Janette Street, died Saturday night of consumption. He had been ill the past four years. Mr. Clark was 59 years old. he leaves an invalid wife and several grown children. The funeral was held this afternoon Rev. Lyon officiating.
Owosso Argus-Press Owosso MI – Mrs. Lucretia Clark Dead
Sept 16, 1912: The funeral of Mrs. Lucretia Clark will be held Thursday afternoon at 1 o’clock. burial will take place at Oak Hill Cemetery. Sept 17, 1912: Mrs. Lucretia Clark, aged 70 years, died early last evening at the home of her neice, Mrs. Jonas Hall of North Dewey Street. after an illness of several years with dropsy, Funeral arrangements have not been made.
Mrs Hall (believe it means Clark) was born in New York state and has lived in Owosso for the past 30 years. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Oliver Taylor and Mrs. Alice Daniels of this city and Mrs. Mary Barber of Brady Township. Note from Coni: In the 1850 Census – Lucretia is recorded as Mulatto (What was referred to Native American or blacks in that time – Believe Native American) 1850 United States Federal Census about Lucrecia Laclear
Home in 1850 : Rollin, Lenawee, Michigan
Name: Lucrecia Laclear Age: 6 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1844 Birth Place: New York Race: Mulatto Gender: Female