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There are several trees on ancestry.com that have information on her (Julia
Clark's) parents and family. I just copied a little info as follows:
Father: *Alva Curtis "A.C. Clark* born 15 Apr 1854 Johnson County, IN died
27 Dec 1932 Seattle, King, WA
married 17 Apr 1880
Mother: *Sophia Louisa Wepf* born 13 Feb 1855 WI, died 15 Feb 1938 Seattle,
Alva's parents look to be:
Father: Abraham Clark 1827-1872 born in OH, died in TX
Mother: Emily Scott Weir 1830-1902 born in OH, died in MO
On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 1:50 PM, William Tuttle <olddakoty(a)frontier.com>wrote:
> JULIA CLARK TUTTLE was born 21Dec1889 Knoxville,IA(Marion) She was married
> 14Dec1912 in Seattle WA (King) to James Daniel Tuttle, also born c 1889.
> Possibly she came to the Northwest with her parents, and I would like any
> information about them. My mother was a CLARK, and I wonder about a
> connection. William Tuttle Montgomery,MN
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JULIA CLARK TUTTLE was born 21Dec1889 Knoxville,IA(Marion) She was married
14Dec1912 in Seattle WA (King) to James Daniel Tuttle, also born c 1889.
Possibly she came to the Northwest with her parents, and I would like any
information about them. My mother was a CLARK, and I wonder about a
connection. William Tuttle Montgomery,MN
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