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Samuel B. Clemens (1773 - 1805)

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Samuel B. Clemens
Born in Macon County, VAmap
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Grandfather of Mark Twain

1.Samuel B. Clemens (1770-1805) M. Parmelia Goggins (1775-1844)

2. John Marshall Clemens (1798-1847) M. Jane Lampton (1803-1890)

3. Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835-1910)

2. Elizabeth Moore Clemens (1801-1887) m. John Nichols Pollard (1792-1875)

3, Sarah Pleasant Pollard (1843-1881) m. Henry Clay Ballard (1840-c.1900)

4. Ella Mortimer Ballard (1865-1926) m. Thomas Reade Corr (1863-1950)

5. Helen Pleasant Corr (1905-1995) m. Franklin Demetrius Peters (1899-1930)

6. Helen Elizabeth Peters (1924- ) m. George Brandon Emerson (1918- )

7. George Franklin (Frank) Emerson

Source: Essex Genealogist, August 1999, pg. 139-142 MARK TWAIN and his Connection to the Clemens and Emersons of Haverhill By Frank Emerson (67 Webster Street, Haverhill, MA

Samuel was a father of five children with wife, Pamela. Samuel was a grandfather to Samuel L. Clemens, who was his namesake. In 1805, he died young, in an accident while a house was being constructed.


This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.

This person was created on 27 March 2011 through the import of fitzmaster032511.ged.

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On 3 Apr 2014 at 01:00 GMT Sandy Culver wrote:

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