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Alfred Laussat Ann Clay Ann Curtis Anna Wood April August August 15 bapt Charles Holstein Chestertown child of Curtis child of Harry child of Jehu child of Joseph child of Richard child of Robert child of Slater Christ Ch Clara Isabel Tiers Clay 32 CLAY 43 Clay 91 Cornelia Fletcher Curtis and Elizabeth Curtis and Margaret December December 25 Delaware Eleanor Boyd Kester Elizabeth Lohra Emmanuel Ch Emmanuel Ch.-yard Epiphany Ch Evansburg February February 17 fifth child fourth child Friday George Bolton Lownes George Boyd Harry Gibbs James Ch January Jehu Curtis Clay Joseph Ashmead July June Laurel Hill Cemetery March 18 March 24 Margaret Yates Boyd Mark's Ch Mary Clay Monday Montgomery Natchez Newcastle November November 19 October Phila Philadelphia Pottstown Rector Richard Edey Riverton Robert Clay Sarah Saturday second child September Slater and Ann Slater Clay Sunday third child Thomas Clay Thursday Trinity Ch Tuesday Wednesday
Page 4 - I, the genealogy alone, without narrative, description, or biography, for the use of the family, with the hope that it may lead them to take interest in the completion of the work, and to assist in it by furnishing information as to their respective branches, such as names and dates of births, marriages, and deaths; copies of entries in parish records or family Bibles, and of obituary and other notices.
Page 39 - ROBERT CLAY, Sea Captain. The voyage on which he was lost was to have been his last, his intention being upon his return from it to take his wife, who had been visiting at his father's and in Liverpool for two years, back to Philadelphia and go into business there.
Page 3 - The descendants of Robert Clay and Ann Curtis, bearing the name of Clay by birth or marriage. 2. Portraits of all of the above of whom any likeness is known to exist.
Page 3 - York. By his second marriage he had many children, most of whom died young, and none of whom survived him or left any issue except one son, Joseph Clay, of Bridge House, whose daughter Ellen was the last of his descendants of the name of Clay in England.