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The following list is part of the Tioga County Cemetery Inscriptions– Volume 4.

It was retyped in October 1997 by Mary PARIS Copp of Roseville

The Clark Cemetery on Route 15, north of Mansfield, was copied by the Engineers of Tioga Hammond Damsite. Corrections and additions were made by Lola W. Franke, Wellsboro, Pa. July 1970 This is one of the cemeteries affected by the building of the Tioga Hammond Dam

Relocated to Oakwood Cemetery in Mansfield

CLARK Hanna 1800 1881
CLARK Elijah 3 Jan 1861 80yr
CLARK Lydia 1833 50yr w/o Elijah
CLARK Jennie 1872 8yr
CLARK Wilan V. 10 Jun 1877 s/o V & L Clark
CLARK William E. 22 Jan 1887 74yr
CLARK Mary E. stone broken off
CLARK J. Hildren 1903 1955
CLARK Dicky 21 Jun 1932 21 Jun 1932
CLARK Sandy 11 Nov 1934 19 Jun 1962
CLARK Homer B. 23 Oct 1888 3mo 18da s/o Wm E. & Mary Clark
CLARK Myron V. 1870 10mo s/o Ira H. & Lucy
CLARK Leonard 1890 1945 W.W.1 Vet U.S.Army
CLARK Henry L. 14 Apr 1910 3 Apr 1966 Pvt. W.W.2, General Hospital
CLARK Van Buren 30 Apr 1869 34yr 11mo 17da
CLARK Leland 8mo s/o O.W. & J.B. Clark
CLARK Phyllis Ann 16 Oct 1931 6 Jan 1933
CLARK Fred 1830 1869
CLARK Oscar 1867 31yr 11mo 3da
CLARK Martin V. 1834 1869
CLARK Lydia 1834 1920
LAMB Frances C. 12 May 1866 19--
LAMB Leah 1890 1893 d/o Frances C. Lamb
LAMB Fred 1828 1917
LAMB Phidelia 1830 1869
Mansfield Advertiser- 26 Jan 1887- William E. Clark died Chemung NY last Sat., age 75, first white child born in Richmond Township 12th Oct 1812 at Kelleytown, funeral Lambs Creek, buried E. Clark Cemetery; left Mrs. W. C. Moore of Chemung, NY; Mrs. Daniel Shaw of Kirwin, Kansas; Ira of Pawnee, Kansas; Henry of Round Top, PA. (SRGP 25966)

CLARK - Van Buren Clark, 27, [SRGP 68491] of Blossburg, formerly of Arnot, died Tuesday, June 19, 1962. He was employed by the State Highway Department. survived by wife, Mrs. Betty Bellinger Clark; son, Terry; daughter, Sherry, both at home; mother, Mrs. Laura Benedict of Arnot; father, Henry Clark of Mansfield; sisters, Mrs. Leda Guariglia of Wilmington, Del., Mrs. Regina Clymer of Marsh Creek; brothers, Harland of Mansfield and S/Sgt. Jack Clark with the Air Force in Morocco. Funeral service at Shaw & Robena Funeral Home, Mansfield on Thursday at 2 p.m., the Rev. William Lincoln will officiate. Burial will be in Clark Cemetery near Lambs Creek. - Mansfield Advertiser, June 1962

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Published on Tri-Counties 01 NOV 1997
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