John Clark

M, #3448, b. 24 April 1845, d. 26 December 1922
FatherJohn Clark b. a 1820
MotherJessie Dalgardno b. a 1821
     John Clark was born, 24 April 1845, in Inverurie Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland. No IGI birth record was found.1,2,3

John Clark, Isabella Clark and William Clark were listed as children in the household of John Clark and his wife, Jessie Clark on the 1851 Scotland Census, at High Street, in Inverurie, Inverurie Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland. He was 4 years of age, born in Inverurie Parish and a scholar at home.2

John Clark married Mary Ann Cheyne 18 June 1867, in Peterhead, Peterhead Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland. He was listed on the marriage record as a 22 year old bachelor, a forester residing in Keithhall Parish, Aberdeen. His parents were confirmed to have been as herein recorded.4

John Clark and his wife Mary Ann Clark were listed on the 1871 Scotland Census, at Cotters House, Mains of Esslemont, in Ellon Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland. He was head of household and a forester. Also present were his children, Jessie Anne Garden Clark and William Cheyne Clark. He was 24 years of age and born in Inverurie Parish.5

John Clark, forester, recorded the birth of his son, John Clark, on 14 April 1872, in East Lodge, Esslemont, Ellon Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland; at 3:00 AM.6

John Clark, forester, recorded the birth of his daughter, Mary Cheyne Clark, on 17 September 1874, in Souterfield, Keithhall and Kinkell Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland; at 11:30 AM.7

John Clark and his wife Mary Ann Clark were listed on the 1881 Scotland Census, at Woodside, in Keithhall Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland. He was head of household and a assistant forester. Also present were his children, Jessie Anne Garden Clark, William Cheyne Clark, John Clark, Mary Cheyne Clark and Francis Jon Clark.1

John Clark and his wife Mary Ann Clark were listed on the 1901 Scotland Census, at Mill of Kelly, in Methlick Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland. He was head of household and a forester. Also present were his children, Jessie Anne Garden Clark and Francis Jon Clark. He was 54 years old and born in Inverurie Parish.8

John Clark died 26 December 1922.9,10

John Clark was buried, at Methlick Kirkyard, in Methlick Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland. His monumental inscription reads; "In memory of Mary Ann Cheyne wife of John Clark, Kelly, Methlick, who died 25th Feb 1915 aged 67 years. The above John Clark born 24th April 1846 Died 26th December 1922. (right side) Their dau. Mary, wife of John Robertson, d. Cruden Bay 5 Apr 1937. Above John Robertson d. there 18 Dec 1941 aged 65. (left side) Their elder daughter Jessie who died at Aberdeen 20 Jan 1951". On the base CLARK..9,11

Family

Mary Ann Cheyne b. 26 Jan 1847, d. 25 Feb 1915
Children

Citations

  1. [S315] 1881 British Census as recorded on CD-ROM by the LDS Church, Keithhall, Aberdeen, Scotland, FHL Film 0203458, GRO Ref: Volume 206, EnumDist 1, Page 4.
  2. [S399] 1851 British Census Index, Parish Number: 204, Civil Parish: Inverurie, Town: Inverury, County: Aberdeenshire, ED: 3, Page: 5,Household schedule number: 23, Roll: CSSCT1851_46.
  3. [S354] Records of Neil Pirie, Hampshire, England, Date of birth from image of grave stone provided, 2007.
  4. [S128] Scotland, Civil Marriage Registration, Parish of Peterhead, Aberdeen, 1867, Page 15, Number 30.
  5. [S179] 1871 British Census, Parish of Ellon, Aberdeen, Enumeration District 6, Page 11, Number 41.
  6. [S127] Scotland, Civil Birth Registration, Parish of Ellon, Aberdeen, 1872, Page 14, Number 42.
  7. [S127] Scotland, Civil Birth Registration, Parish of Keithall and Kinkell, Aberdeen, 1874, Page 4, Number 10.
  8. [S423] 1901 Scotland Census Index, Registration Number: 221, Registration district: Methlick, Civil Parish: Methlick, County: Aberdeenshire, ED: 3, Household schedule number: 29, Roll: CSSCT1901_72.
  9. [S354] Records of Neil Pirie, Hampshire, England, Image of grave stone provided, 2007.
  10. [S460] Information provided by a Web Page Contributor, Date of death from transcription of headstone, taken from Spiers, Sheila M., The Kirkyard of Methlick, published by Aberdeen & North-East Scotland Family History Society, 2003, provided by Christine Dembicki, 16 September 2015.
  11. [S460] Information provided by a Web Page Contributor, Cemetery of burial from transcription of headstone, taken from Spiers, Sheila M., The Kirkyard of Methlick, published by Aberdeen & North-East Scotland Family History Society, 2003, provided by Christine Dembicki, 16 September 2015.