There are two Philemon Clark’s on WikiTree. Clark-11091 and Clark-561. The first is said to have married Elizabeth Chandler, and the second Elizabeth Montanye. Neither one presents sources that verify either wife: One is based on a gedcom import and the other one Find-a-Grave and a number of census records that would not give her maiden name. Both Elizabeth’s have the same birth and death dates.
Philemon Clark did have a wife named Elizabeth, this is clear from her Find-a-grave memorial. The submitter says she is a Chandler, but provides no sources.
The “Michael Shoemaker Book” (1924; on Archive.org) says she is Elizabeth Montanye, partially, I assume because the author says John Montanye (father of an Elizabeth, whose surname is not in the will) calls Philemon Clark, “his son-in-law” as one of the executors. I read the will, which is on Ancestry (Pennsylvania probate records) and this is incorrect: Philemon is only a witness, with no stated relationship.
This website, https://www.genealogieonline.nl/en/genealogie-richard-remme/I389438.php, says she is Elizabeth Chandler, and merely says this was proved by Kari Mohn, but provides no citation for this proof.
Family Search/Family Tree confounds the issue by calling her Elizabeth Chandler Montanye, providing no sources for her.
I have found no primary sources that connect either Elizabeth to Philemon.
Is anyone aware of any primary sources that identify the wife of Philemon?
The two Clark’s are