It was Nova Scotia at the time, but now New Brunswick... Not sure that the pesky rebel squatters of 1770's Maugerville were properly recorded anywhere unless they stayed post Studholm's report...
The "Widow Clark" was an original grantee with land near Joseph Bubier above Oromocto Island. I have spent a year looking for a name and a family.
Ichabod Clark was born in 1777 and the 1800 census of Kenduskeag Plantation, Massachusetts (now Levant, Maine) says he, four other Clarks, and Benjamin Bubier are 'form St John"... no birth record and two men from St John old enough to be his father... another Ichabod and the older of to Josephs. Aaron appears to be Joseph's son.
Joseph Clark Jr was born in Sheffield Dec. 1768 to Joseph and Sarah Clark. Are these the Josephs that went to Kenduskeag Plantation?
(How) do either of these relate to the Clarks in the Studholm report or were these already out the back door to Maine before 1784?