|Mrs. Nancy Clark
|MRS. NANCY CLARK, farmer, Sec. 5; P.O. Langworthy; was born in New York in 1823; came to Jones Co. in 1857, with her parents. Was married to Mr. Stevens, in Wisconsin, in 1862; was married to Mr. Wilcox in 1870, and to Mr. James Clark October 7, 1879; she has had two children, one of whom is now living—Arlington, aged 30; the one that died was named Ida, and died in 1870. Mr. and Mrs. Clark are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church; Mr. Clark is a Republican. Mrs. Clark owns 40 acres of land, 12 in the town of Richland, and also has a claim upon 40 acres with a mill upon it, and another piece of 20 acres, all in Richland Township, making, altogether, 122.
Source: History of Jones County, Iowa, Western Historical Company, Chicago, 1879, page 622.
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