Mitchell, Margaret and David: Third Generation - Page 12
The following data is extracted from David and Margaret Mitchell Genealogy.
104. Jackson-Peters, Anna, twin (1'7) ; b. September 25, 1830 ; m. Dec., 18"72, Joseph Peters. Died July 2?', 1899, in Nebraska. No issue.
105. Jackson-Clark, Maria Mitchell, twin (17), Parkville, Mo.; b. September 25, 1830. m. January 1, 1861, in Evangasimba, Corisco, W. Africa, Rev. Walter Halsey, son of Nathanael and Hannah (Marsh) Clark, where both had gone as missionaries of the Presbyterian Church. They returned from that field in 1868 and dwelt at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., till 187'0; thence to Ponca, Neb., till 188'7. Since that year at Parkville, Mo. Mr, Clark has spent much of his life as a teacher. Was stated clerk of Platte Presbytery from 1890 to 1899. Graduate of Williams College and Auburn Theological Seminary. In politics has been a "barnburner" Democrat, Republican and Prohibitionist. Mrs. Clark for a few years before her marriage was a teacher.
Children :-367 Walter J.; 368 Anna L.; 369 William R.; 370 Caroline R.; 371 James G.; 372 Edgar D.
106. Jackson Lavinia (17) ; b. July, 1835. Died at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, September, 1855.
107. Jackson, Sarah (17) ; b. July, 183 7 . Died at Xenia, O., Oct. 20, 1860.
Source: David and Margaret Mitchell Genealogy