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1841 Look Up Please CLARK

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Seeking any details on (first) William CLARK(E) in 1841 in Cambridge, possibly Bourn, and (second) James CLARK(E), vicinity St. Pancras, London.

Need to know if there is a William, with an Elisabeth or an Elizabeth (HANCOCK) in Cambridge, or a James with Elizabeth/Eliza (HANCOCK) in London, either family with a son Richard CLARK b. c 1831

I am searching for details of my Great Grandfather, Richard CLARK(E), who sailed to Australia 1857, married there, and died 1912. We have no firm knowledge of his birthplace or date, except it is recorded that his mother was "Eliza HANCOCK".

((I have been told there are records of a Richard born 1831 in Bourn, Cambridge, and a Richard born 1831 nr St Pancras, London, both with mother Eliza(beth).))

My first post since registering ... Thank you.

*****PLEASE READ POST No.15 for AN UPDATE *****
 
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