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   Line  LINKAGE BEGIN nn -> LINKAGE END nn

   LB_00  Thomas Clifton/  - father of Sarah Clifton m Ellis Hubbs
             Thomas Clifton/Rachel - parents of Rachel Clifton m2 Obadiah Hubbs
             and assuming sisters, Sarah Clifton m Ellis Hubbs.

                               SUMMARY
      Thomas Clifton b                 Rachel _ b                         69  4G
      Sarah C. Clifton b1812           Ellis Hubbs b1810                  70  3G
      Emeline Hubbs b1833              Albert Fish b1832                  71  2G
      Walter Carlton Fish b1862        Anna Lincoln Southwood b1863       72  1G
      Ethel Mae Fish b1894             Walter Voigt Cook b1892            73  gp
      Warren Southwood Cook b1921      Kathryn Adams Crossley b1924       74   p

      Thanks to Dan Clifton, Robert G. Clifton, Ron & Pat, Ruth O'Neil,
      David Walters, John Hubbs, Kathy Karn Ruth A. O'Neil and all I left off
      who have contributed (please advise).

   LB_01  Simon Clifton
             Robert G. Clifton, Ron & Pat

   LB_02  Nathan Clifton

   LB_03  Henry Clifton

   LB_04  Hugh Clifton

   LB_05  John Clifton/Elinor of Phila.

   LB_07  Thomas Clifton/Martha of Phila

   LB_09  John Clifton/Elizabeth Morgan

   LB_10  Robert Clifton/Ann Hepburn of MD/DE

   LB_11  Thomas Clifton/Rachel H.

   LB_12  Thomas Clifton - mariner of NC
          Daniel Clifton's line

   LB_13  Eldridge Clifton - from NC

      By a decree of the court, 1875 July 2, Whitemarsh was divided into two
      districts, to be called the Eastern and Western, the elections of the
      former to be held at the Clifton House, at Sandy Run, below Fort
      Washington, and of the latter at Barren Hill.  PA_HOMC
      (So, what is the history of this house?)

      Clifton Park, formerly called Half Moon ( 1788 Hubbs & Doughty files) in
      Saratoga Co., NY.

      Clifton in N.J., TX

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Margaret Clifton _
   mm 1808 Apr 26 John Gail _. NJ_GCMR P88.

Ann Clifton _
   n. 1802 Apr 12 Haddonfield MM rocfr Evesham MM, dated---? PA_PMM P72
   mm 1805 Mar 30 Joseph Belton _, he of Evesham. NJ_GCMR P40.


LINKAGE BEGIN 00  The Sarah Clifton/Ellis Hubbs Line

Thomas Clifton 69
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachel _ 70
   bf
 with Rachel (nee _ _) Clifton
   Sarah 70       Rachel 70
   b1812          b1815

Sarah C. Clifton 70
   bf 1812 ___ __ to Thomas Clifton 69 et ux.  Maybe that middle C stands for
      Castle, her father's mother.
   mm ____ ___ __ Ellis Hubbs 70
   bm 1810 ___ __ to Edward Hubbs 69 and Hannah (nee Cohn 69) Hubbs in NJ
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432, R445, P144
      N.J., Camden Co., Delaware Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Nov 26 by E. P. Andrews
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Ellis Hubbs                40M Farmer                11200NJ
 Sarah                      38F                            NJ
 Emeline                    17F                            NJ
 Rachel A.                  15F                            NJ       S
 George                     13M                            NJ       S
 Jane                       11F                            NJ       S
 Martha                      9F                            NJ       S
 Mary E.                     7F                            NJ       S
 Nelson                      4M                            NJ
 Ridgway                     1M                            NJ
 Thomas Fallon              17M Farmer                     NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686  P833 1702/1762
      New Jersey, Camden Co., Newton Twsp.
      P. O. Haddonfield; Enum.: 1860 Jul 16, Jos. E. Stafford, Jr.
 Ellis Hubbs                 50M Farmer            2000     NJ
 Sarah                       48                             NJ
 Eliza J.                    21                             NJ
 Mary E.                     16                             NJ
 Nelson                      14                             NJ           S
 Israel R.                   12                             NJ           S
 Ellis C.                     6                             NJ           S
 Lucy G. Page                19F School teacher             NJ
 James Carr                  30  Farm laborer               NJ
 James Reid                  16    "     "                  NJ
 George Atler                30    "     "                  NJ
     +
   wm 1867 Nov __ NJA 17391C Whereas, I Ellis Hubbs of the Township of Chester
      in the County of Burlington and State of New Jersey, being of sound mind
      and memory for which blessing I thank God, do make and ordain this my last
      will and testament, in manner as follows, to wit.
      First - I direct my executors herein after named, to pay my just debts
      and funeral charges, as soon as convenient after my decease.  Second - I
      give and bequeathe to my dear wife Sarah Hubbs, the use of all my
      household furniture, stock and farming utensils of every description, so
      long as she shall continue with her family on the farm I now occupy.
      Third - When it is deemed expedient by my said wife to discontinue
      farming, I direct my Executors, to deliver to her, sufficient furniture
      ( of her own selecting), to furnish a small house, and to sell the
      balance, together with all my stock, and property of every description,
      and with the proceeds to purchase a small house for the use of my said
      wife so long as she remains my widdow.  Fourth - In case of the death or
      marriage of my said wife, I direct my executors, or the survivor of them,
      to sell said house, and divide the proceeds equally between my dear
      children.  Fifth - It is my desire that my son George W. Hubbs should, in
      case he becomes able, pay over to my dear wife, out of the debt which he
      owes me, three hundred dollars toward her support.  But it is my
      particular desire, that he shall not be prosecuted for the same, and I
      particularly enjoin upon him and all my dear children, to see that their
      mother does not suffer the want of any things.  Sixth and lastly - I do
      hereby appoint my dear wife executrix and my son in law Albert Fish
      Executor of this my last will and testament.  In witness whereof, I have
      hereunto set my hand and seal this   day of November in the year of our
      Lort Eighteen Hundred and Sixty Seven - 1867.  Signed, sealed, published
      and declared to be the last will and testament of Ellis Hubbs in the
      presence of J. H. Stokes, Frederick C. Stokes.
   df 1883 Sep 03 at 72Y in Camden, NJ.  CaCHS
 with Ellis Hubbs 70
   Emeline 71     Rachel 71      George W 71    Eliza J 71     Martha 71
   b1833          b1835          b1837          b1839          b1841
   Mary E 71      Nelson 71      Israel R 71    Ellis C 71
   b1843          b1846          b18490211      b18520707

Rachel Clifton 70
   bf 1815 ___ __ to Thomas Clifton 69 et ux Rachel
      2002/9/20 from Ruth A. O'Neil
   mm ____ ___ __ Obediah Hubbs 70, widower of Sarah Ann (nee Middleton 70)
      Hubbs who died 1831 Aug __
   bm 1806 ___ __ to Edward Hubbs 69 and Hannah Cohn 69 in NJ
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  R81 P009
      NJ, Gloucester Co.,  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Obediah Hubbs ___________/1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Obadiah)________________ 20-29M
 (Sarah Ann)______________ 20-29F
 __________________________20-29M
 __________________________20-29F
 __________________________15-19M
 __________________________15-19F
 __________________________10-14F
 (Eliza Jane)   ___         0-04F
 (Thomas Middleton) __      0-04M
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 Index P_  R248  P276  L_.
      NJ, Burlington Co., . ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Obediah Hubbs ___________/0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Obediah)   _ _           30-39M
 (Rachel)    _ _           20-29F
             _ _           10-14M
 (Thomas)    _ _            5-09M
 (Edward)    _ _            5-09M
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R445 P144 L5 378/389
      N.J., Camden Co., Delaware Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Nov 26 by E. P. Andrew;
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Obediah Hubbs              44M Farmer                     NJ
 Rachael                    35F                            NJ
 Thomas                     17M Farmer                 9000NJ       S
 Edward                     15M                            NJ       S
 Sarah A                     9F                            NJ       S
 Allen                       7M                            NJ       S
 Samuel                      5M                            NJ       S
 Rebecca                     3F                            NJ
 William H.                4moM                            NJ
 Anna Smith                 17F                            Ireland
 Middleton Hubbs            21M Farmer                     NJ
   df 1864 Mar 19 at 48 interred in the Asbury Methodist Church Cemetery.
      NJ_DR B_C P701
      Father: Thomas Clifton
      Mother: Rachel Clifton
      Place of birth: Gloucester Co.
      Date of death: and I am quoting, Mar. 26, 1864.
      Ref: 2002/9/15 Ruth O'Neil, personal communication to RWC75.
   dm 1883 Jun 26 and interred in the Asbury Methodist Church Cemetery.
 with Rachel (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs
   Edward 71      Sarah A 71     Allen 71       Samuel G 71    _ 71
   b183310        b1835          b1841          b1843          b1845
   Rebecca 71     William H 71
   b1847          b18500706

LINKAGE END 00  The Sarah Clifton/Ellis Hubbs Line

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Thomas Clifton _

   n. GJB abstract  NJGF 8518
      John Carlisle, Sr. [whose father was John Carlisle]
      1809 Feb 7
      Wife Rachel 1/3 [second wife, Rachel Clifton Townsend
      Carlisle]
      Son, John, all land and apparel, "hole" and sole
      executor.
      Polly Adams, Betsy Ratlift/Ratliff, "Abegal" Chambers,
      and Rachel the rest. [Rachel "Jr" as written in the
      accounting is from the second marriage.]
      Daughter Phoebe Carr 1 shilling
      Grandson John Holeger 10 pounds
      Grandson Phillip Holeger 10 pounds
      Grandson John Carr 30 pounds
      Grandson Robert Carr 10 pounds
      Granddaughter Abigail Carr 10 shillings
      Charles Negro, Vencious Negro, & Cate Negro to be free
      -
      Witness: Thomas Clifton
      William X Daniel of Elijah [signed with mark]
      -
      Inventory: Chonds(???) B. Warring
      Jonathan Dicxson
      -
      Bond: Thomas Clifton
      -
      In the accounting under Abigail Chambers it says:
      May 6th 1811 Paid John Chambers ___ ___
      $110.20
      10.53 interest
      -------
      $120.73


John Clifton _
   bm 1866
   mf ____ ___ __ Minnie _ _
   bf 1869
   df 1922 ___ __ interred NJ, Camden Co., Harleigh Cemetery.
   dm 1930 ___ __ interred NJ, Camden Co., Harleigh Cemetery.
      On the same stone:  Clarence Vincent 1890-1957
                          Florence M. Vincent 1891-1964

Delaney Clifton _
   n. Private, New Jersey Volunteers.  Roster of the People of Revolutionary
      Monmouth Co., NJ.  Michael S. Adelberg.

Isaac Clifton _
   mf 1872 Jul 03 Elizabeth Huff _ both of Camden, in Mt. Ephraim by Rv. John
      P. Curtis.  CaCHS 18720720CD, 18720717WJP.

Elizabeth Clifton _
   bf<1742
   mm 1759 Apr 25 William Thorne _, PAVR P556.

James N. Clifton _
   mf 1855 Sep 01 Cecelia W. Middleton _ in Camden. CaCHS WJ18551010

Mary A. Clifton _
   mm 1870 Dec 14 Benjamin F. Kelley _, both of Blackwoodtown by Rev. R. F.
      Brace.  18701231CD 18701228WJP

John Clifton _
   bm 1825
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R451 P002B L1 23/25
      New Jersey, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct 08 David B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Clifton               25M Pedler                     NJ
 Lydia Ann                   2F                            NJ
 Charles                    1mM                            NJ
 John Snoke                 82M Gentleman             30000NJ

William Clifton _
   bm 1842
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P614 L27 88/88
      New Jersey, Camden County, Centre Township
      P. O.:Mount Ephraim, 1860 Jun 22 Joseph E. Stafford, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Jacob S. Hunt              43M Farmer                  400NJ
 Maria                      28F                            NJ
 Eliza                       8F                            NJ
 Richard                     6M                            NJ
 Susannah                    4F                            NJ
 Jacob                       1M                            NJ
 William Clifton            18M Farm Laborer               NJ

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LINKAGE BEGIN 01  The Simon Clifton

Richard Clifton _
   bm 1580 ___ ___ Rehoboth, Notts, England
   mf 1599
   bf 1584
   n. LDS via Bob 20011004
 with
   Thomas _
   b1606

Thomas Clifton _
   bm 1606 ___ __ to Richard Clifton _ et ux ?  GenForum N
   n. I received from Loretta Taylor of Sterling, VA, a photo-copy of a page of
      handwritten record of the Newport, RI, Quaker Monthly meeting, 1647-1808,
      with heading, "A Record of the Death of Friends and their Children." This
      was apparently obtained through the LDS microfilm service. The following
      entry I quote as entered: "Clifton, 1681. Thomas Clifton of Newport aged
      75 years went into the water to wash himself and was found Dead swimming
      in the water naked a few hours after on the 9th. day, 5th month, 1681."
      This would have been old style calender date. Further down on the same
      page are entries of the deaths of two of the children of Henry Beer and
      Patience Beer. Patience was one of the daughters of Thomas Clifton and
      Mary Butterworth. I understand that there are many entries in the records
      of this Quaker meeting that refer to the Thomas Clifton family. He and
      his wife Mary had two daughters, who, according to the records that I
      have seen, grew to adulthood and married and had children. All were
      members of the Newport RI Quaker monthly meeting. The daughters were
      named Hope and Patience. -  Charles.  GenForum Clifton N932.
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann Stokes _  IGI Nottinghamshire.
   n. GDFSNE
      1641 June 02 Thomas Clifton was freeman of Mass.  His name given in the
      list stands between an inhabitant of Dorchester and one of Concord, but
      his residence is unknown at this time.
      1643 Thomas Clifton removed with early settlers to Rehoboth, and at last
      settlement in R.I. by wife Mary had Patience bf1646Jul02 who mm1664Sep04
      John Beere. 1658, another child, probably elder, with the soft name of
      Hope, was banished under pain of death for returning from Massachusetts
      as a Quaker.
   mf<1646 ___ __ Mary Longbottom _, widow of Henry Butterworth of Heptonstall,
      Yorkshire, ENG and Weymouth, MA.
   n. From Rhode Island, original settler of Monmouth Co., NJ.  History of
      Monmouth County, 1885, Franklin Ellis.  (ca 1685, rwc)
   n. 1675 Apr 14 NJ, Monmouth County Deeds, Book B, N123 P52
      Leter of Aturnay Thomas Clifton and Patience Beere to John Hance
      ... we Thomas Clifton & Patiance Beere both of the tonne of Newport on
      Rhode Iyland & providence plantations in New England ... doe nominate our
      trusty & well beloved friend John Hance of the towne of Shrewsbury ...
      Monmouth ... New Jarsey our ... lawfull Autrnay for us ...[regarding] ...
      Abraham Bowne now or late inhabitant in the aforesd. tonne of Shrosbury
      ...;
      Signed: Thomas Clifton, Patience Beere;
      Witness: William Coddington Go^v, John Easton
      [The seal of the Collony affixed as atested - John Sanfoord, Recorder.]
      1688 Jun 26 - The Court ordered it to be recorded; signed - Justices Peter
      Tilton & Lewis Morris.
   dm 1681 Jul 09 at 75Y and interred Clifton Burial Ground, Newport, RI.
      GenForum N659
   df 1687
 with Ann (nee Stokes _)?
   Mary _         Hope _
   b              b
 with Mary (nee Longbottom _)?
   Patience _
   b16460702

Mary Clifton _
   bf 1628 ___ __ in Rhode Island.
   mm~1647 ___ __ Obadiah Bowen _
   bm 1627 Sep 18 to Richard Bowen _ et ux Ann (nee Bourne) Bowen in Wales. His
      family was from Kettle Hill, Pembrokeshire, Wales, hers from Gower,
      Glamorganshire, Wales, where Obadiah was born.  GenForum N126.
   n. Obadiah made a will in 1708, proved in 1710, in which he mentions his son,
      Samuel of Cohansey and other children and grand children.  He lived at
      Rehoboth, Mass. in 1657, when he was a surveyor of highways. He removed to
      Swansea, Mass., and there was one of the selectmen (the governing body of
      the town) in 1681 to 1685.  In 1681 and 1682, he was a member of the
      General Court (Assembly) for Plymouth Colony from Swansea. He was a
      Baptist Unproved marriage date 1649 in Swansea. Obadiah birth date 1626/27
      January 03.  Some confusion on maiden name of Ann.
      Father of Obadiah--Richard.  Notes for Richard:
      The first Bowen to come to America, of whom we have record, was Richard
      Bowen, born about 1590 to 1600, in Pembrokeshire, Wales.  Richard was the
      eighth son of James Bowen.  Under date of 1883 a genealogical table of the
      Bowen family says "The family, originally of Pentre Evan, county Pembroke,
      still florishes in the old country and occupies the old family estate in
      Llwyngwair (Ll like oil; ai long i) Haverford wort, Pembrokeshire."
      Richard, whose ancestors are traced back to Beli Mawr, King of Briton 100
      B.C., migrated from Swansea, Wales, arriving in Weymouth, Mass.  The
      genealogy refered to says that he arrived 1627 Sept. 27, while others give
      the date as late 1640.
      References:  A book of Elisha Chandler Bowen, M.D., published by Hand,
      Avery & Co., Franklin Press, 1884.  See also biographical sketches of some
      of the Bowen family in "History of Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland
      Counties, published in 1883 by Charles E. Sheppard, Esq., a lawyer and
      genealogist of Bridgeton, NJ. - from Carol Gromer.
   df 1697 Feb 18 in Swansea, Bristol Co., MA.
   wm 1708
   dm 1709 Sep 10
      1710 will proved
   n. Thomas _ m Thankful Mason, Sarah m Robert Fuller,
      and it would seem a son had a son Abraham Bowen as suggested in the land
      deed of Thomas Clifton & daughter Patience Beere.
 with Obadiah Bowen _, two sets from two sources.
   Obadiah _      Mary _         Sarah _        Samuel _       Joseph _
   b16510918      b1652/3        b16541106      b16590716      b16620626
   Thomas _       Hannah _       Lydia _        Mercy _        Isaac _
   b16640803      b16650503      b16660423      b1671/20318    b16740930
   Samuel _       Thomas _       Sarah _        Richard _      Clifton _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Joseph _
   b

Hope Clifton _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Clifton _ et ux

Patience Clifton _
   bf 1646 Jul 02 to Thomas Clifton _ et ux Mary (nee Longbottom _) Clifton
      GDFSNE.
   mm 1664 Sep 04 John Beere _. GDFSNE.
   n. see also GF Beer 356 wherein Henry Beere mf Patience Scott and had son
      Capt. Henry Beere b1673.
 with
   b              b

Savery Clifton _
   bm~1665
   n. resided in Rochester, Ma.
   mf~1692 ___ __ Dorothy Burgess _ in Barnstable, Ma.
   bf 1670 Nov 12 to Joseph Burgess _ et ux Patience (nee Freeman _) Burgess in
      Sandwich, Ma.
   dm>1717 ___ __ in Rochester, Ma.
   n.  An article on Savery Clifton of Rochester, Mass., 1690,
       by Maclean W. McLean can be found in "The National Genealogical Society
       Quarterly," Volume 59, p. 168-174. Unfortunately, the only information
       given on Patience2 Clifton, b [recorded in Rochester VR, Births];
       "no further record; probably d. young."
       On Jane2 Clifton, b [RVR]; "no further record found."
       The quotes are McLean's comments.  GF Clifton 1085 Jane Reed
 with Dorothy (nee Burgess _) Clifton   11 children, all known, but not by me.
   Patience _     Jane _         Benjamin _
   b16930302      b1697021       b              b              b

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Simon Clifton 05
   bm ____ ___ __ to _ Thomas ?
   mf ____ ___ __ Anne _ _
   wm 1728 Jan 08 NJA 1647C In the name of God amen. I Simun Clifton of the
      township of Chester in the County of Burlington in province of West
      Jersey, yeoman being sick and weak of body but of sound memory praised
      be God and being willing to settle in order all that Estate which God
      hath blessed me with in this world do make & constitute this my last will
      & testament hereby revoking and making null and void all former and other
      will & wills testaments bequeathing my soul to God and appointing my body
      to be buried at the discretion of my Executrix herein after named.
      Inprimus I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Clifton one half of my land
      I live upon with the housings and the orchard thear upon to him and his
      heirs and assigns for ever.  Item: I give and bequeath to my son John
      Clifton the other half of my land and medow equally to be divided before
      on them and all so I give unto them my land and meadow over the cricke in
      Glosisstor County to them and their heirs and assigns for ever equally to
      be divided between them.  Item: I give unto my daughter Ann Clifton five
      pounds current money of West Jersey.  Item: I give unto my daughter
      Elizabeth Clifton five pounds current money aforesaid.  Item: I give unto
      my daughter Hannah Clifton five pounds current money aforesaid.
      Item: I give unto my daughter Rachel Clifton five pounds current money
      aforesaid.  Item: where as my wife is now big with child and if it should
      be a son, I will that it shall have equally share of land with my son
      Thomas and John and if it should be a daughter that it shall have five
      pounds current money aforesaid.  Item:  I will that my sons shall pay my
      daughters their legasies when they arrive to the age of twenty three years
      of age that is all my sons equally.  Item: I do nominat appoint ordain
      constitute and make my trusty and well beloved wife Ann Clifton my whol &
      sole Executrix of this my last will & testament who I also appoint to pay
      all my debts if any __ and all the remainder of my estate personell hous
      hold goods & chattells what so own quick & dead ? so few unto my said wife
      Ann Clifton to be at her disposing and she to have the land and plantation
      during her natural life.  Item: if it should be known that my wife should
        ? ford my will it completed then I on that my trusty friend Thomas
      Lippincott & William J     shall be in full power to see it fullfilled.
      In testimony whereof I the aforesaid Simun Clifton have hereunto sett my
      hand and affixed my seal this eight day of January in the year of our Lord
      One thousand seven hundred twenty eight.  Signed sealed published and -
 with Anne (nee _ 05) Clifton
   Thomas 06      Ann 06         John 06        Elizabeth 06   Hannah 06
   b              b              b              b             ~1725
   Rachel 06      Esther 06      Simon 06
   ~1725          b1728?         b1728?

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Thomas Clifton 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Simun Clifton 05 and Ann (nee _ 05) Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Amey _ _
   wm 1751 Nov 21 NJACOW V32 P61  Lib. 6, P5
      Thomas Clifton, of Waterford, Gloucester Co., yeoman; will of. Wife,
      Amey.  Children - Simon, Rachel and Mary, all under age.  Real and
      personal estate.
      Executors: the wife and Henry Wood of said Co.
      Witness: John Daniel, John Jones, Samuel Spicer.
   dm<1751 Dec 12
      1751 Dec 12 will proved.
      Inventory, L64.16.6 by Samuel Davis and James Lecouy.
 with Amey
   Simon 07       Rachel 07      Mary 07
   b              b              b

Ann Clifton 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Simun Clifton 05 and Ann (nee _ 05) Clifton
   mm 1740 Feb 12 Jonathan Taylor _ NJ_BuCMR P225

John Clifton 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Simun Clifton 05 and Ann (nee _ 05) Clifton
   mf 1740 Sep 10 Mary _ 06 Bankson, both of Philadelphia, PA.  NJAMR P70
      She was widow of Swan Bankson whom she had married 1731 May 31, he an
      innkeeper. LDSR
   n. PA_PCB P86 name is given as Cliffton
   wm 1770 Jan 08 NJA 8877C Let it be recorded that I John Clifton of the
      township of Chester in the County of Burlington and province of New
      Jersey being sick and week in body, but of sound mind and memory thanks
      be to almighty God therefore, and having a mind to dispose of such
      temporal blessings as the almighty hath in his wisdom bestowed upon me
      in this life, to such person and persons as I do herein nominate and
      appoint hereby revoking and making void all othere or former wills
      heretofore by me made either in record or writing and this only to be
      taken for the same in manner following  Vizt
      Imprimus - I give and bequeath unto my deceased brother Thomases son
      Simon Clifton one English Shilling in twelve months after my decease.
      Item: I give and bequeath unto my sister Rachel Carter the wife of John
      Carter the sum of twenty pound in twelve after my decease.
      Item: I also give unto said sisters children the sum of five pounds each
      to be paid to them in twelve months after my decease and it is my will
      that as there is two under age the part be taken care by their parents for
      their use.
      Item: I give and bequeath unto my deceased sister Esthers children Vizt.
      Esther Johnson five pound, Ann Johnson ten pound, Jonas Johnson five
      pound, Simon Johnson five pound, Abraham Johnson five pound, and Sarah
      Johnson five pound, in twelve months after my decease.
      Item: I give and bequeath unto my deceased sister Elizabeth's children
      Vizt Patience Wilson five pound in twelve months after my decease, to
      George and John Wilson five pound each in twelve months after my decease
      Item: I give and bequeath unto friends belonging moorestown meeting three
      pound for the support of the graveyard.
      Item: I give and bequeath unto my brother Simons children Vizt. Thomas
      Clifton thirty pound, Daniel Clifton Ten pound, John Clifton Ten pound,
      Benjamin Clifton ten pound to be kept to interest and paid to them as they
      arrive to the age of twenty one years by my executor.
      Item: I give and bequeath all the remainder of my Estate after my Debts
      and Legacys are paid unto my Brother Simon Clifton be the same more or
      less. Item: I do hereby nominate and appoint John Lippincott whole and
      sole Executor to this my last will and Testament whom I order to pay all
      my Debts and funeral charges.
      In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty first
      day of the eleventh month in the year of our Lord one thousand seven
      hundred and seventy - 1770.
   n. son John and dau Mary  quoted by Robert W. Clifton 2001/6/51
 with Mary (nee _  06) Bankson 06 Clifton 06
   George 07      Joseph 07      John 07        Mary 07
   b17481226      b17511104      b              b

Elizabeth Clifton 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Simun Clifton 05 and Ann (nee _ 05) Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Wilson 06
   n. son Francis quoted by Robert W. Clifton 2001/6/51
 with
   Patience 07    George 07      John 07        Francis 07
   b              b              b              b

Hannah Clifton 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Simun Clifton 05 and Ann (nee _ 05) Clifton

Rachel Clifton 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Simun Clifton 05 and Ann (nee _ 05) Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ John Carter 06
   n. at least 3 children
 with

Esther Clifton 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Simun Clifton 05 and Ann (nee _ 05) Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Johnson 06
   df<1770 ___ __ from brother John's will.
 with
   Esther 07      Ann 07         Jonas 07       Simon 07       Abraham 07
   b              b              b              b              b
   Sarah 07
   b

Simon Clifton 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Simun Clifton 05 and Ann (nee _ 05) Clifton
   mf 1761 Feb 06 Susannah Castle 06 NJ_BuCMR P48 he is listed as Samuel Clifton
   bf 1732 Apr 23 at Philadelphia.
   dm
   mm 1774 May 17 Andrew Linmeyer 06 by Frederick Smith, Moraviah Church at
      Oldman's Creek - Paul Minotty p51
   df 1796 Mar 24 at 64.0.1 Susannah Linmeyer by maiden name Cassel, late
      Clifton, had four children by first husband, Simon, two are still living.
   dm 1796 Apr 21 at 64.2.23, Andrew Linmeyer, widower of Upper Penn's Neck..
      more info in book, less relevant?
 with Susannah (nee Castle 06) Clifton
   Thomas 07      Daniel 07      John 07        Benjamin 07
   b              b1764          b              b

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Simon Clifton 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Clifton 06 et ux Amey
   dm

Rachel Clifton 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Clifton 06 et ux Amey

Mary Clifton 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Clifton 06 et ux Amey
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George Clifton 07
   bm 1748 Dec 26 to John Clifton 06 et ux Mary (nee _ 06) Bankson _ Clifton
   n. 2001 May 24 data from this line provided by descendant Robert G. Clifton.
   mf ____ ___ __ Nancy Knox 07
   dm 1811 Oct __
      1811 Oct 22 interred at.
 with Nancy (nee Knox 07) Clifton
   John 08        Sally 08
   b1785          b

Joseph Clifton 07
   bm 1751 Nov 04 to John Clifton 06 et ux Mary (nee _ 06) Bankson _ Clifton

John Clifton 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Clifton 06 et ux Mary (nee _ 06) Bankson _ Clifton

Mary Clifton 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Clifton 06 et ux Mary (nee _ 06) Bankson _ Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ William Stockton 07, prominent New Jersey resident.  They
      lived near the Delaware River north of New Hope.  The Stockton Inn in the
      village of Stockton is the inspiration for the well known song, "There Was
      a Small Hotel" (and still is).
          The Stocktons had two children; Sarah and Mary.  Maybe that Sarah
      carrying the maiden name of Stockton was married to Hubbs, but I doubt it.
      In any event please stay in touch and I will continue digging.
 with William Stockton 07
   Sarah 08       Mary 08
   b              b

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Thomas Clifton 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Simon Clifton 06 et ux Susannah (nee Castle 06) Clifton
   wm 1834 Dec 01 NJA 14272C Inventory Book D P45 County of Burlington
      Intestate. Joseph Austin Adm.

Daniel Clifton 07
   bm 1764 ___ __ to Simon Clifton 06 et ux Susannah (nee Castle 06) Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Deborah B. _ 07
   n. GenForum Clifton #1437 from Shari Flythe.
   dm<1796 ___ __ predeceased mother.
 with Deborah B.
   John 08        Simon S
   b1796          b

John Clifton 07
   bm 177_ ___ __ to Simon Clifton 06 et ux Susannah (nee Castle 06) Clifton
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R252 P47
      New Jersey, Gloucester Co., Gloucester Twsp.  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John     /2 1 _ _ 1 _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ _/1 _ 1 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 _______________________ 60-69MW
 _______________________ 20-29MW
 _______________________ 15-19FW
 _______________________ 10-14FW
 _______________________ 05-09MW
 _______________________ 00-04MW
 _______________________ 00-04MW
 _______________________ 00-04FW
   wm 1850 Jul 24 NJA Inventory Book A P333
      John Clifton, County of Camden Late of
      Philadelphia.  Francis F. Clifton Adm.

Benjamin Clifton 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Simon Clifton 06 et ux Susannah (nee Castle 06) Clifton
   n. Presumed be son of Simon & Susannah but probably son of Philly Ben wh
      married Margaret.
   mf ____ ___ __ Christianna _ _
   bf 1798
   dm 1828 Jan 21 interred Pilesgrove Methodist Episcopal burying ground
      (near Sharptown).
   df 1856 Jan 21 at 58 interred Pilesgrove Methodist Episcopal burying ground
      (near Sharptown).

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John Clifton 08
   bm 1787 Dec __ to George Clifton 07 et ux Nancy (nee Knox 07) Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Gertrude Weygandt 08
   bf 1782 Jan 15
   df 1879 May 24
   dm 1878
 with Gertrude (nee Weygandt 08) Clifton
   George W 09    Jacob W 09     John K 09      Alexander J 09 Mary C 09
   b18070303      b18111215      b18120128      b18141007      b
   Susan 09
   b

Sally Clifton 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to George Clifton 07 et ux Nancy (nee Knox 07) Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ Jonathan Hathaway 08
   bm 1773
   mm ____ ___ __ Moses Cooper 08
   bm
 with Jonathan Hathaway 08
   Jonathan 09
   b
 with Moses Cooper 08
   David 09       Margaret 09    Martha 09      Samuel 09      John 09
   b              b              b              b1802          b
   Parmelia 09    Hugh 09        Charles 09     Katie 09       Nancy 09
   b              b              b              b              b

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John Clifton 09
   bm 1790 ___ __ to Daniel Clifton 08 et ux Deborah B.
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca Peterson 09
 with Rebecca (nee Peterson 09) Clifton
   Hannah Ann 10
   b1823

Simon Sparks Clifton 09
   bm 1790 ___ __ to Daniel Clifton 08 et ux Deborah B. in N.J.
   n. GenForum Clifton #1437 from Shari Flythe.
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret Kentley 09 in PA.
 with Margaret (nee Kentley 09) Clifton
   Samuel F 10
   b


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George W. Clifton 09
   bm 1807 ___ __ to John Clifton 08 et ux Gertrude (nee Weygandt 08) Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Amelia _ 09
   dm 1872
 with Amelia
   John D 10      G. Warren 10   Gertrude 10    Eugene W 10
   b1843          b              b1855          b

Jacob W. Clifton 09
   bm 1811 ___ __ to John Clifton 08 et ux Gertrude (nee Weygandt 08) Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Ann _ 09
 with Mary Ann
   John W 10      Anna M 10      Frances C 10   Josephine 10   Emma C 10
   b1840          b1842          b              b              b
   Mary C 10      Gertrude 10    Samuel E 10    James 10       Charles H 10
   b1850          b              b1855          b1856          b
   George W 10    Claud H 10
   b              b1864

John Knox Clifton 09
   bm 1818 ___ __ to John Clifton 08 et ux Gertrude (nee Weygandt 08) Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Christiana Burkhalter 09
   bf 1824
   df 1860
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Rebecca Smith 09
   bf 1839
   dm 1878
   df 1920
 with Christiana (nee Burkhalter 09) Clifton
   John H 10      Charles E 10   Catherine 10   Alice B 10
   b1848          b1849          b1855          b1858
 with Elizabeth Rebecca (nee Smith 09) Clifton
   Robert G 10    Gertrude C 10  Cora V 10      Edgar K 10     Alfred R 10
   b1863          b1861          b1864          b1866          b1868
   Harry D 10     Mary E 10      Wilfred P 10   Henrietta J 10 Anna K 10
   b1869          b1871          b1874          b1872          b1876

Alexander James Clifton 09
   bm 1814 Oct 07 to John Clifton 08 et ux Gertrude (nee Weygandt 08) Clifton
      in Easton, Northampton, PA
   mf ____ ___ __ Sara Ann Nagle 09
   bf 1820 Mar 12 to
      in Easton, Northampton, PA
   dm 1868 Mar 08 in Easton, Northampton, PA
   df 1906 Jan 01 in Easton, Northampton, PA
 with Sara Ann (nee Nagle 09) Clifton
   John L 10      Allen J 10     Mary L 10      Clarence E 10  Alexander J10
   b18410227      b18431002      ~1849          b1848          b18491117
   George W 10    Franklin H 10  Charles W 10   Lillie D 10
   b18530427      b1855          b18571021      b18600825

Mary Catherine Clifton 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Clifton 08 et ux Gertrude (nee Weygandt 08) Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ Edward Depew 09
 with Edward Depew 09
   Evelyn A 10

Susan Clifton 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Clifton 08 et ux Gertrude (nee Weygandt 08) Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ William Clark 09
 with William Clark 09
   Elizabeth 10   Ida 10
   b              b

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Hannah Ann Clifton 10
   bf 1823 ___ __ to John Clifton 09 et ux Rebecca (nee Peterson 09) Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ Ellis R. Lake 10
 with Ellis R. Lake 10
   Della 11
   b1861

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Samuel Forsha Clifton 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Simon Sparks Clifton 09 Margaret (nee Kentley 09) Clifton
      in Hamilton Co., OH.
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachel Ann Morgan 10
   bf
   dm in Rush Co., Indiana.
   df in Rush Co., Indiana.
 with Rachel Ann (nee Morgan 10) Clifton
   Richard F 11
   b

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John D. Clifton 10
   bm 1843 ___ __ to George W. Clifton 09 et ux Amelia

G. Warren Clifton 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to George W. Clifton 09 et ux Amelia

Gertrude Clifton 10
   bf 1855 ___ __ to George W. Clifton 09 et ux Amelia

Eugene W. Clifton 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to George W. Clifton 09 et ux Amelia

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John W. Clifton 10
   bm 1840 ___ __ to Jacob W. Clifton 09 et ux Mary Ann

Anna M. Clifton 10
   bf 1842 ___ __ to Jacob W. Clifton 09 et ux Mary Ann

Frances C. Clifton 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jacob W. Clifton 09 et ux Mary Ann
   mm ____ ___ __ Henry B. Weaver 10

Josephine Clifton 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jacob W. Clifton 09 et ux Mary Ann
   mm ____ ___ __ John Kindt 10

Emma C. Clifton 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jacob W. Clifton 09 et ux Mary Ann
   mm ____ ___ __ John C. Knapp 10

Mary C. Clifton 10
   bf 1850 ___ __ to Jacob W. Clifton 09 et ux Mary Ann

Gertrude Clifton 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jacob W. Clifton 09 et ux Mary Ann
   mm ____ ___ __ George W. Thatcher 10

Samuel E. Clifton 10
   bm 1855 ___ __ to Jacob W. Clifton 09 et ux Mary Ann

James Clifton 10
   bm 1856 ___ __ to Jacob W. Clifton 09 et ux Mary Ann

Charles H. Clifton 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jacob W. Clifton 09 et ux Mary Ann

George W. Clifton 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jacob W. Clifton 09 et ux Mary Ann

Claud H. Clifton 10
   bm 1864 ___ __ to Jacob W. Clifton 09 et ux Mary Ann

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John Henry Clifton 10
   bm 1848 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Christiana (nee Burkhalter 09)
      Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Farley 10
   mf ____ ___ __ Annie Michler 10
   dm 1894
 with Sarah (nee Farley 10) Clifton
 with Annie (nee Michler 10) Clifton
   Mary W 11
   b

Charles Edward Clifton 10
   bm 1849 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Christiana (nee Burkhalter 09)
      Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Annie _ 10
   mf ____ ___ __ Amanda Vaux 10
   dm 1919
 with Amanda (nee Vaux 10) Clifton
   Lizzie V 11    Samuel J 11    Mathilda 11    Edwin 11
   b              b              b              b

Catherine Clifton 10
   bf 1855 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Christiana (nee Burkhalter 09)
      Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ Depew Ellet 10
   bm 1848
   dm 1907
 with Depew Ellet 10
   Elizabeth 11   J. Clifton 11
   b              b

Alice B. Clifton 10
   bf 1858 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Christiana (nee Burkhalter 09)
      Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ Isaac L. Foster 10
 with Isaac L. Foster 10
   William J 11   Fernald 11     Albert 11      Mabel Rash 11
   b              b              b              b

Robert G. Clifton 10
   bm 1863 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Elizabeth Rebecca (nee Smith 09)
      Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Dorinda McReynolds 10
   bf 1863
   df 1906
   dm 1952
 with Dorinda (nee McReynolds 10) Clifton
   Anna E 11      Jessie W 11    Robert K 11
   b1888          b1890          b1892

Gertrude Constance Clifton 10
   bf 1861 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Elizabeth Rebecca (nee Smith 09)
      Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ Howard H. Gamon 10
   mm ____ ___ __ Emory Eleazar Howard 10

Cora Virginia Clifton 10
   bf 1864 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Elizabeth Rebecca (nee Smith 09)
      Clifton
   df 1951

Edgar Knox Clifton 10
   bm 1866 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Elizabeth Rebecca (nee Smith 09)
      Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Frances C. Callahan 10
   df 1948
   dm 1921
 with Frances C. (nee Callahan 10) Clifton
   Elizabeth R 11 Joseph 11      Mary 11        John 11        Margaret 11
   b1905          b1907          b              b              b

Alfred Royal Clifton 10
   bm 1868 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Elizabeth Rebecca (nee Smith 09)
      Clifton
   dm 1891

Harry Douglas Clifton 10
   bm 1869 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Elizabeth Rebecca (nee Smith 09)
      Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Sue Winters Haney 10
   dm 1904
 with Sue Winters (nee Haney 10) Clifton
   Dorothy 11
   b1902

Mary Elizabeth Clifton 10
   bf 1871 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Elizabeth Rebecca (nee Smith 09)
      Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ William S. Raiguel 10
   df 1947
   dm 1960
 with William S. Raiguel 10
   Albert 11      Henrietta 11
   b1909          b1910

Wilfred Patrick Clifton 10
   bm 1874 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Elizabeth Rebecca (nee Smith 09)
      Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Sue McGary 10
   bf
   mf ____ ___ __ Laura Richter 10
   mf ____ ___ __ Mabel Schultz 10
 with Sue (nee McGary 10) Clifton
   Alfred 11      William 11
   b              b

Henrietta J. B. Clifton 10
   bf 1872 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Elizabeth Rebecca (nee Smith 09)
      Clifton
   df 1966

Anna Kates Clifton 10
   bf 1876 ___ __ to John Knox Clifton 09 et ux Elizabeth Rebecca (nee Smith 09)
      Clifton
   df 1877

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John Leonard Clifton 10
   bm 1841 Feb 27 to Alexander James Clifton 09 et ux Sara Ann (nee Nagle 09)
      Clifton in Allentown, Lehigh, Pa
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Allen Bishop 10
   bf~1845 ___ __
      in Allentown, Lehigh, PA
   dm 1924 Nov 06 in Easton, Northampton, PA


Allen Joseph Clifton 10
   bm 1843 Oct 02 to Alexander James Clifton 09 et ux Sara Ann (nee Nagle 09)
      Clifton in Allentown, Lehigh, Pa
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Alice Metler 10
   bf~1849 ___ __
      in Allentown, Lehigh, PA
   dm 1931 Apr 29 in Easton, Northampton, PA


Mary L. Clifton 10
   bf 1845 ___ __ to Alexander James Clifton 09 et ux Sara Ann (nee Nagle 09)
      Clifton in Allentown, Lehigh, Pa
   mf ____ ___ __ John Eichlin 10
   bm~1841 ___ __
      in Allentown, Lehigh, Pa


Clarence E. Clifton 10
   bm 1848 ___ __ to Alexander James Clifton 09 et ux Sara Ann (nee Nagle 09)
      Clifton in Allentown, Lehigh, Pa
   dm 1892 ___ __ in Massachusetts


Alexander Jacob Clifton 10
   bm 1849 Nov 17 to Alexander James Clifton 09 et ux Sara Ann (nee Nagle 09)
      Clifton in Allentown, Lehigh, Pa
   mf ____ ___ __ Ida J. Gardner 10
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Ellen Dillon 10
   bf 1864 Dec 26
      in Lowden, Cedar County, Iowa
   dm 1925 Nov 18 in Ogden, Utah
   df 1949 Jan 10 in Ogden, Utah
 with Ida J. (nee Gardner 10) Clifton
   Clarence A 16
   ~1878
 with Mary Ellen (nee Dillon 10) Clifton
   Fannie B 16    Lilie 16       Alice 16       George W 16    Ida Mae 16
   b1895          b1897          b1899          b1901          b19030719
   Richard C 16   Ruth Mary 16
   b1906          b19080820

George William Clifton 10
   bm 1853 Apr 27 to Alexander James Clifton 09 et ux Sara Ann (nee Nagle 09)
      Clifton in Easton, Morthampton, PA
   dm 1939 May 24 in Mobile, AL
   mf ____ ___ __ Annie May Richards 10
   bf 1858 Jan 02
      in Reading, Berks, PA
   df 1888 Oct 08 in Phillipsburg, Warren, NJ

Franklin H. Clifton 10
   bm 1855 ___ __ to Alexander James Clifton 09 et ux Sara Ann (nee Nagle 09)
      Clifton in Easton, Northampton, PA
   mf ____ ___ __ Rena Keate 10
   bf ____ ___ __
      in Salt Lake City, UT
   dm 1932 Jan 09 in San Diego, CA

Charles Weygandt Clifton 10
   bm 1857 Oct 21 to Alexander James Clifton 09 et ux Sara Ann (nee Nagle 09)
      Clifton in Easton, Morthampton, PA
   mf ____ ___ __ Helen _ 10
   dm 1927 Dec 05

Lillie Dale Clifton 10
   bf 1860 Aug 25 to Alexander James Clifton 09 et ux Sara Ann (nee Nagle 09)
      Clifton in Easton, Northampton, PA.
   mm ____ ___ __ William Bigler Fulmer 10
   df 1956 Jun 09 in Bethpage, Long Island, NY

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Richard Frank Clifton 11
   bm ____ ___ __ Samuel Forsha Clifton 10 et ux Rachel Ann (nee Morgan 10)
      Clifton.
   n. Ggrandfather of Shari Flythe.  GenForum Clifton 1437.

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Mary Wagner Clifton 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Henry Clifton 10 et ux Annie (nee Michler 10) Clifton

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Lizzie Vaux Clifton 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Edward Clifton 10 et ux Amanda (nee Vaux 10)
      Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ Edwin Clifton 11

Samuel J. Clifton 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Edward Clifton 10 et ux Amanda (nee Vaux 10)
      Clifton

Mathilda Clifton 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Edward Clifton 10 et ux Amanda (nee Vaux 10)
      Clifton

Edwin Clifton 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Edward Clifton 10 et ux Amanda (nee Vaux 10)
      Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Lizzie Vaux Artman 11

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Anna Eleanor Clifton 11
   bf 1888 ___ __ to Robert G. Clifton 10 et ux Dorinda (nee McReynolds 10)
      Clifton
   df 1888

Jessie Williams Clifton 11
   bm 1890 ___ __ to Robert G. Clifton 10 et ux Dorinda (nee McReynolds 10)
      Clifton
   dm 1989

Robert K. Clifton 11
   bm 1892 ___ __ to Robert G. Clifton 10 et ux Dorinda (nee McReynolds 10)
      Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Henrietta Pugh Smitheman 11
   dm 1977
   df 1988
 with Henrietta Pugh (nee Smitheman 11) Clifton
   Robert G 12
   b1923

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Elizabeth R. Clifton 11
   bf 1905 ___ __ to Edgar Knox Clifton 10 et ux Frances C. (nee Callahan 10)
      Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ John Burns 11

Joseph Clifton 11
   bm 1907 ___ __ to Edgar Knox Clifton 10 et ux Frances C. (nee Callahan 10)
      Clifton

Mary Clifton 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edgar Knox Clifton 10 et ux Frances C. (nee Callahan 10)
      Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Rust 11

John Clifton 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edgar Knox Clifton 10 et ux Frances C. (nee Callahan 10)
      Clifton

Margaret Clifton 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edgar Knox Clifton 10 et ux Frances C. (nee Callahan 10)
      Clifton

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Dorothy Clifton 11
   bf 1902 ___ __ to Harry Douglas Clifton 10 et ux Sue Winters (nee Haney 10)
      Clifton

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Alfred Clifton 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Wilfred Patrick Clifton 10 et ux Sue (nee McGary 10)
      Clifton

William Clifton 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Wilfred Patrick Clifton 10 et ux Sue (nee McGary 10)
      Clifton

Russell Clifton 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Wilfred Patrick Clifton 10 et ux Laura (nee Richter 10)
      Clifton

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Clarence A. Clifton 11
   bm~1878 ___ __ to Alexander Jacob Clifton 10 et ux Ida J. (nee Gardner 10)
      Clifton

Fannie Belle Clifton 11
   bf 1895 ___ __ to Alexander Jacob Clifton 10 et ux Mary Ellen (nee Dixon 10)
      Clifton
   df 1971 Dec

Lilie Clifton 11
   bf 1897 ___ __ to Alexander Jacob Clifton 10 et ux Mary Ellen (nee Dixon 10)
      Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ Edward Slater 11
   mm ____ ___ __ Lawrence A. Corey 11

Alice Clifton 11
   bf 1899 ___ __ to Alexander Jacob Clifton 10 et ux Mary Ellen (nee Dixon 10)
      Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ Frank Byron Chase 11
   dm 1977 Nov 23

George William Clifton 11
   bm 1901 ___ __ to Alexander Jacob Clifton 10 et ux Mary Ellen (nee Dixon 10)
      Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Freida _ 11

Ida Mae Clifton 11
   bf 1903 Jul 19 to Alexander Jacob Clifton 10 et ux Mary Ellen (nee Dixon 10)
      Clifton in Ogden, Utah
   df 2001 Feb 14 in Ogden, Utah
   mm ____ ___ __ George M. Batchelor 11
   bm 1890 Dec 21 to
      in Ogden, Weber Co., UT
   mm ____ ___ __ Robert John Parker 11
   dm 1940 ___ __

Richard Charles Clifton 11
   bm 1906 ___ __ to Alexander Jacob Clifton 10 et ux Mary Ellen (nee Dixon 10)
      Clifton
   dm 1863 Mar __ in Los Angeles, CA
   mf ____ ___ __ Yvonne Germaine Grouix 11
   bf 1903 Oct 13 to
      in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
   df 1985 Jul 27 in Ogden, Weber Co UT

Ruth Mary Clifton 11
   bf 1908 Aug 20 to Alexander Jacob Clifton 10 et ux Mary Ellen (nee Dixon 10)
      Clifton in Ogden, Utah
   mm ____ ___ __ James Joseph Hardy 11
   bm 1906 Oct 15 to
      in Baltimore, MD
   dm 1980 Oct 20 in Ogden, Weber Co UT

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Mary Virginia Clifton 11
   bf 1875 Sep 05 to George William Clifton 10 et ux Annie May (nee Richards 10)
      Clifton in Reading, Berks, PA
   mm ____ ___ __ George Stocker 11
   df 1972 Dec 12 in Las Vegas, Clark, NV

Lilie Dale Clifton 11
   bf 1878 Aug 25 to George William Clifton 10 et ux Annie May (nee Richards 10)
      Clifton in Phillipsburg, Warren, NJ
   df 1956 Jul 18 in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana

Evelyn Doster Clifton 11
   bf 1879 Nov 11 to George William Clifton 10 et ux Annie May (nee Richards 10)
      Clifton in Phillipsburg, Warren, NJ
   df 1911 Jul 10 in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana

George Alexander Clifton 11
   bm 1881 Jun 09 to George William Clifton 10 et ux Annie May (nee Richards 10)
      Clifton in Phillipsburg, Warren, NJ
   dm 1940 Oct 01 in Salida, Chaffee, CO
   mf ____ ___ __ Eliza Johnna Nelson 11
   bf 1885 May 11
      in Copenhagen, Denmark
   df 1976 Nov 02 in Ogden, Weber Co UT

William Richards Clifton 11
   bm 1884 Oct 20 to George William Clifton 10 et ux Annie May (nee Richards 10)
      Clifton in Phillipsburg, Warren, NJ
   dm 1891 Dec 02 in Phillipsburg, Warren, NJ

Emma Annie Clifton 11
   bf 1886 Feb 19 to George William Clifton 10 et ux Annie May (nee Richards 10)
      Clifton in Phillipsburg, Warren, NJ
   df 1888 Dec 15 in Phillipsburg, Warren, NJ


LINKAGE END 06  Alexander James Clifton - Ron & Pat's line


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Robert G. Clifton 12
   bm 1923 ___ __ to Robert K. Clifton 11 et ux Henrietta Pugh (nee Smitheman
      11) Clifton

LINKAGE END 01  The Simon Clifton

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Thomas Clifton _
   bm probably to Simon
   wm 1815 Dec 20 NJA Calendar of Wills 1814-1817 P87 File 3035H.
      Thomas Clifton of Waterford Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ. Int.
      Inventory $421.54; made by William Burrough, Thomas Burrough. Includes 1/2
      the peach nursery.  Sworn to by Rachel Clifton, Adm'x. 1815 Dec 21.

Simon Clifton _
   bm probably to Simon
   wm 1815 Dec 20 NJA Calendar of Wills 1814-1817 P87 File 3034H.
      Simon Clifton of Waterford Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ. Int.
      Inventory $861.54; made by William Burrough, Thomas Burrough. Includes
      stone at the Quarry and 1/2 the peach nursery.  Sworn to by John Clifton,
      Adm'r. 1815 Dec 21.

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LINKAGE BEGIN 05  John Clifton/Elinor, he a merchant of Phila.

John Clifton 07
   bm~1710  based on bf Elizabeth
   mf ____ ___ __ Elinor _ 07
   n. PA_PCB P86 name is given as Clifton
   wm 1755 Apr 02 PA_PCW BK N205 P325 Abstract 1747-1763 P1190
      John Clifton of Philada, merchant.
      Executors: Wife Elnor and children
      Children: William Elizabeth, Francis, Ann and Eleanor.
      Witness: Thomas Greeme, John Hearsley, Jr. and William Vanderspiegel
      Signed 1755 Apr 02
      Proved 1755 Jun 02
 with Elinor
   Elizabeth 08   William 08     Frances 08     Anne 08        Elinor 08
   b173403__      b173709__      b173907__      b174009__      b

Elizabeth Clifton 08
   bf 1734 Mar __ to John Clifton 07 with Elinor

William Clifton 08
   bm 1737 Sep __ to John Clifton 07 with Elinor

Frances Clifton 08
   bf 1739 Jul __ to John Clifton 07 with Elinor

Anne Clifton 08
   bf 1740 Sep __ to John Clifton 07 with Elinor

Elinor Clifton 08
   bf 1743 ___ __ to John Clifton 07 with Elinor

LINKAGE END 05  John Clifton/Elinor of Phila.

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Simon Clifton _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah
 with Sarah
   Abigail _      Rachel _

Abigail Clifton _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Simon Clifton _ et ux Sarah
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Browne _
   wf 1824 Sep 16 NJ_GCW 1818-1836 B523,524 Abs. P70.
      Abigail Browne, formerly Abigail Clifton.  No place of residence named,
      will of.  Niece Elouisa Hammel, daughter of my sister Rachel Hammell
      formerly Rachel Clifton, all estate, real, personal and mixed.  16 acres
      of land given Abigail by her father Simon Clifton.  Large trunk
      containing bedding, etc. and all other belongings in the house I now
      reside in that belongs to me.  Mother Sarah Clifton to have the use of as
      much of my personal estate as she shall deem necessary to make her
      comfortable during her natural life, after which it shall belong to my
      niece.
      Executor: friend William Burrough.
      Witness:  Isaiah Joy, Isaac Clifton, Rachel Merritt.
      Proved: 1824 Oct 24.
 with _ Browne _

Rachel Clifton _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Simon Clifton _ et ux Sarah
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Hammell _
 with _ Hammell _
   Elouisa _
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John Clifton _
   bm 1806
   dm 1868 May 04
      Obit.: 1868 May 07 Thu, PA_PPL V_LXV N37
      Clifton - On the 4th inst., at Salem, New Jersey, John Clifton, in the
      62d year of his age. *

Sarah Clifton _
   mm 1756 Jun 09 Jonathan Potts _, both of Cumb. Co., Salem MM at Greenwich MH
      name is also given as Polk.

Ann Clifton _
   n. ____ __ __ Ann rocf Dublin MM, Ire., dated 1724,2,13 & 14
      1723 02 26 Ann [Cliffton] gct Friends in Ire.
      Passenger & Imminration Lists - #5924 P81  Albert Cook Myers
      1969 Reprinted by Baltimore Publishing Co.
   mm 1733 Aug 29 Edward Pleadwell _ of Philadelphia, merchant, she a spinster.
      GMONJ P22 NJML 1724-34 P234.5.
      1733 11 25 Ann [Cliffton] rpd mcd

Ann Clifton _
   mm 1763 Feb 07 _ _ _ Salem MM dis mou

Ann Clifton _
   bf 1784 ___ __ GMONJ.

Isaac Clifton _
   mf 1804 May 17 Sarah Baker _, No. Liberties, Phila. by Rv. Ashbel Green,
      2ndPCR P324
   n. 1815 Mar 28 child of Isaac Clifton 2ndPCR, Phila. P443

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LINKAGE BEGIN 02  Nathan Clifton - Haddonfield MM

Nathan Clifton 05
   bm~1755  probable son of Hugh II
   mf 1780 Nov 21 Mary Robinson 05, he of Burlington, NJ. NJAMR P70/NJ_BuCMR
   n. 1802 Mar 05 rocf Evsham MM, PA_PMM P72
   n. Haddonfield Monthly Meeting
   n. of Glou. Co., NJ when dau. Rebecca marries.
   n. wm 1820 Jul 30 NJ_GCW 1818-1836 B281-283 Abs P23.
      William Matlack
      Witness: John Evins, Jr., Nathan Clifton, Edward Hunt.
   df 1831 Dec 16 HMM, PA_PMM P72
   dm 1832 Jan 11 HMM, PA_PMM P72
 with Mary (nee Robinson 05)
   Sarah 06       Rebecca 06     John 06        William 06     Samuel 06
   b17840405      b17860912      b17890627      b17920616      b17941112
   Mary 06        Rachel 06
   b17971115      b18001018
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Sarah Clifton 06
   bf 1784 Apr 05 to Nathan Clifton 05 et ux Mary (nee Robinson 05) Clifton
      ECRoBC P147, Evesham MM.

Rebecca Clifton 06
   bf 1786 Sep 12 to Nathan Clifton 05 et ux Mary (nee Robinson 05) Clifton
      ECRoBC P147, Evesham MM.
   mm 1805 Apr 16 Bethuel Borton 06 at PM Haddonfield Friends, NJ. NJ_GCMR P229.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Borton 05 et ux Charity

John Clifton 06
   bm 1789 Jun 26 to Nathan Clifton 05 et ux Mary (nee Robinson 05) Clifton
      ECRoBC P147, Evesham MM.

William Clifton 06
   bm 1792 Jun 16 to Nathan Clifton 05 et ux Mary (nee Robinson 05) Clifton
      ECRoBC P147, Evesham MM.
   mf 1813 Jul 25 Mary Henry 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Henry 05 et ux Sarah
   n. 1813 Sep 13 Haddonfield MM mcd dis
   n. wm 1823 Nov 29 NJ_GCW 1818-1836 C25; Abstract P83
      John Henary, Gloucester Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ
      Wife Sarah 1/2 of moveable estate.  Son David Henary $1.00 lawful money of
      NJ to be paid out of my movable estate.  Son John Henary dwelling house
      wherein I now live and 4 acres of the lot of land adjoining thereto on the
      easterly side.  To daughter Mary Clifton the hole of the remainder of my
      log of land be the same more or less.  Also my wearing apparel I leave to
      my son John.
      Executor: William Clifton and son John Henary.
      Witness: Samuel Clifton, Joseph O. Ware, Nathan Clifton
      Proved: 1825 May 14.
   df
   mf 1829 Jul 11 Catherine (nee _ 06) Price 06 widow, both of Glou. Twsp, by
      Samuel B. Hunt, Esq. 18290715 The Village Herald & Weekly Advertiser
   wm 1859 Jul 29 NJA 1126B In the name of God amen.  I, William Clifton, of
      Union Township in the County of Camden and State of New Jersey, being
      of sound mind, memory and understanding do make and publish this my
      last will testament, in manner following, that is to say:
      First - It is my will, and I do order, that all my just debts and
      funeral expenses be duly paid and satisfied, as soon as conveniently can
      be after my decease.
      Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Nathan H. Clifton, all my carpenter
      tools and all other tools of every kind and description, also my gun and
      tackel, my silver watch, my bed & bedding, bureau, one large chest &
      clothing therein contained, 4 chairs, one half of all my dishes contained
      in the high cupbord, hereafter devised to my daughter "Susan Cheesman."
      Item: I give and devise unto my said son Nathan H. Clifton, all my lands,
      tenements, hereditaments and real estate, whatsoever and wheresoever,
      subject to the changes hereinafter created and put upon the same.
      Item:  I give and bequeath unto my daughter Susan Cheesman, my high
      cupboard, with one half of the dishes therein contained, 1 clock, 1 blue
      cuverlio, also fifty dollars be paid when in one year after my decease -
      also 1 stand.
      Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Hannah Harker, now living
      somewhere in the Westerly country, the sum of fifty dollars, provided she
      should ever return to this country and stands in need of relief.
      Item: I do hereby change my Real Estate herein before devised to my son
      Nathan H. Clifton, with the payment of the bequest herein before made to
      my two daughters, to be paid to them as aforesaid. also, my just debts
      and funeral expenses.
      Lastly, I hereby appoint my son Nathan H. Clifton, Executor of this my
      last will and testament.  Signed, seald published and declared by the
      said William Clifton to be his testament and last will in the presence
      of us - Benjamin T. Allen, Edward Turner.
   wm 1859 Jul 29 NJA 555D Inventory Book B P1036 County of Camden Late of
      Philadelphia.  Nathan H. Clifton Adm.
 with Mary (nee Henry 06) Clifton
   Nathan H 07    Hannah 07      Susan 07
   b1816

Samuel Clifton 06
   bm 1794 Nov 12 to Nathan Clifton 05 et ux Mary (nee Robinson 05) Clifton
      ECRoBC P147, Evesham MM.
   n. 1813 Aug 09 Haddonfield MM mou dis P72
   mf
   bf 179_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R252 P78
      New Jersey, Gloucester Co., Deptford Twsp.  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Samuel___/_ 1 _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ 1 1 _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Samuel Clifton)        40-49MW
 _______________________ 40-49FW
 _______________________ 20-29FW
 _______________________ 15-19FW
 _______________________ 05-09MW

Mary Clifton 06
   bf 1797 Nov 15 to Nathan Clifton 05 et ux Mary (nee Robinson 05) Clifton
      ECRoBC P147, Evesham MM.
   mm 1824 Jan 07 William Skill 06 NJ_GCMR P171.

Rachel Clifton 06
   bf 1800 Oct 18 to Nathan Clifton 05 et ux Mary (nee Robinson 05) Clifton.
      ECRoBC P147, Evesham MM.
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Nathan Henry Clifton 07
   bm 1816 ___ __ to William Clifton 06 et ux Mary (nee Henry 06) Clifton
   mf 1840 Aug 01 Sarah Fox 07
   bf 1817 ___ __
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P619 L25 124/124
      New Jersey, Camden County, Centre Township
      PO: Mt. Ephraim, 1860 Jun 22 Jos. E. Stafford, Jr., Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Nathan Clifton             44MWFarmer            500   100NJ
 Sarah                      42F                            NJ
 Mary                       15F                            NJ       1
 Hannah                     13F                            NJ       1
   dm 1870 Feb 04 at 55 in Camden, 18700209WJP, 18700212CD
      Obit.: 1870 Feb 05 PA_PPL
      Clifton - At Camden, on the 4th instant, Nathan H. Clifton in the 54th
      year of his age.
         The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the
      funeral, on Tuesday, the 8th inst. from his late residence, Ferry road
      and Seventh street, on Tuesday, 8th inst., 9 o'clock. To proceed to Chew's
      Landing.  Services in the M. E. Church at that place at 11 o'clock A. M.
      213.
   df 1871 Apr 05 at 54 in Mechanicsville, NJ, 18710421WJP, 18710422CD
      1871 Apr 07 PA_PPL V_LXXI N12
         Clifton - On the 4th inst., Sarah Clifton, widow of the late Nathan H.
      Clifton, in the 54th year of her age.
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend the funeral from the residence of her son-in-law, James Pine,
      Mechanicsville, NJ, Sunday, 9th inst. at ten o'clock.   **4?
 with Sarah (nee Fox 07) Clifton
   Mary 08        Hannah 08
   b1845          b1847

Hannah Clifton 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Clifton 06 et ux Mary (nee Henry 06) Clifton
   mm 1830 Sep 16 Abel Harker 08. NJ_GCMR P99
   n. moved out west.

Susan Clifton 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Clifton 06 et ux Mary (nee Henry 06) Clifton
   mm 1840 Feb 06 Benjamin S. Cheesman 08. NJ_GCMR P55

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Mary Clifton 08
   bf 1845 ___ __ to Nathan Henry Clifton 07 et ux Sarah (nee Fox 07) Clifton

Hannah Clifton 08
   bf 1847 ___ __ to Nathan Henry Clifton 07 et ux Sarah (nee Fox 07) Clifton

LINKAGE END 02  Nathan Clifton - Haddonfield MM

Elwood Clifton _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary M _ _
 with Mary M
   Elwood S _
   b1855

Elwood Stokes Clifton _
   bm 1855 ___ __ to Elwood Clifton _ et ux Mary M.
   dm 1863 Dec 01
      1863 Dec 02 PA_PPL V_LVI N63 Wed. morn.  Obit.
         Clifton - On Tuesday, the 1st instant, of diptheria, Ellwood Stokes,
      only son of Ellwood and Mary M. Clifton, in the 8th year of his age.
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend the funeral, from the residence of his parents No. 1105 Poplar
      street, on Friday morning, at 10 o'clock. To proceed to Laurel Hill.***260

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William Clifton _
   bm 176_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R83 P369
      New Jersey, Hunterdon Co., Kingwood Twsp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Clifton _________/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 _ _ _ _/0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 _ _ _ _/
 (William) _______________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R253 P282
      New Jersey, Hunterdon Co., Kingwood Twsp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Clifton _________/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 _ _ _/0 0 0 0 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 (William) _______________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

William Clifton _
   bm 176_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R83 P368
       New Jersey, Hunterdon Co., Kingwood Twsp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Clifton, Sr. ____/0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 _ _ _ _/0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _/
 (William, Sr.) __________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Clifton _
   bf 175_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R253 P282
      New Jersey, Hunterdon Co., Kingwood Twsp.  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Elizabeth Clifton _______/0 0 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 _ _/
 (Elizabeth) _____________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

William Clifton _
   bm 177_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R253 P282
      New Jersey, Hunterdon Co., Kingwood Twsp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Clifton _________/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 (William) _______________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49MW

Sarah Clifton _
   n. wf 1845 N250 Phila. W & Admin - Admin  P333

Jacob Clifton _
   bf 1798
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R83 P368
      New Jersey, Hunterdon Co. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jacob    /_ 1 _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 Jacob Clifton           20-29MW
 _______________________ 30-39FW
 _______________________ 05-09MW
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R685 P818 L22 1302/1357
      New Jersey, Burlington Co., Borough of Bordentown
      P. O.: Bordentown, 1860 Aug __ Geo. W. Thompson, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Jacob Clifton              62M Farmer & Cum'r         1000NJ         Deaf
 Sarah                      72F                            NJ
 Andrew Amerst              42M Machinist               150Germ
 Catharine Amerst           29F                            England

George Clifton _
   mf 1818 Aug 31 Mary Burnet _, NJ_GCMR P60
   bf 1784 ___ __
   df 1852 Sep 17 at 66 GMONJ.


   History of Camden Co., CaCHS
   P72D William        Pvt    Rev War
   P73A George         Pvt    Rev War
   P81D George         Pvt    Rev War


Maria Clifton _
   mm 1832 Dec 27 Wm. A. Woolman _ NJ_BuCMR P251

Susannah Clifton _
   mm 1759 May 31 Joseph Parker _ NJ_BuCMR P172

      Burlington Births & Deaths 1848-1861 BCHS 929.4NJ Bur

      Burlington Co. Historical Soc.                          609-386-4773
      457 High St., Burlington, NJ     MTH 1-4       W  10-12      S   2-4

      Burlington Co. Court House

      Burlington Co. 1681
      p109
      John Clifton           8877C B14 p381,419 W1771  Inv1771 acct 1772
                             8878C
                             8879C
                             8880C
                             9094C
                             9095C
                             9096C
      Simun                  1647C               W1728 Inv1728
      Thomas                14272C                     Inv1834

      Camden Co.
      p220
      William Cliffton        555D               W1859 Inv1859
      John                    170D                     Inv1850

William H. Clifton _
   bm ____ ___ __
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret Quigley _
   bf 1889 ___ __ to William Quigley 11 et ux Sarah in Ireland
   df 1924 Feb 17, a housecook, interred NJ, Camden, Calvary Cemetery, Sec. A,
      Range K, Lot 20, Grave 2, no headstone. NJ_CaCHS, WPA P354-4, 1937, WPA
      P4445-4, P1938.
 with Margaret (nee Quigley 12) Clifton
   William
   b1840

William Clifton _
   bm 1840 ___ __ in Camden, NJ.
   dm 1910 Apr 19 and interred NJ, Camden, Calvary Cemetery, Sec. A., Range K,
      Lot 20, Grave 1, no headstone.  NJ_CaCHS, WPA P354-4, 1937, WPA P4445-4,
      P1938.

_ Clifton _
   mf ____ ___ __ Anna Schaffer _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Henry Schaffer _ et ux Mary in MD.
   df 1931 Jan 11 interred NJ, Camden, New Camden Cemetery, Sec. F, Lot 151,
      Grave 5, no headstone.  NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4, 1937, WPA P#4445-4, 1938.

William Clifton _
   bm 1835 ___ __ in Camden, NJ. possibly older brother to Smith Clifton
   dm 1887 Dec 02 at 52 in Camden, 18871202CD, 18871207WJP. Interred NJ, Camden
      Evergreen Cemetery, Lot 60. NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4,1937; P4445-4,1938.
      same lot as Amanda

Amanda K. Clifton _
   bf 1883 ___ __ to William Clifton _ et ux Amanda in MD.
   df 1895 Jan 27 at 12y, interred Evergreen Sec. E. Lot 60, no headstone.
      NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4 1937, 4445-4 1938. 18950130WJP
      same lot as William

Charles K. Clifton _
   bm 1845 ___ __ probably younger brother to Smith Clifton
   dm 1923 Jan 06 at 78, retired, interred NJ, Camden, Evergreen Cemetery.

      18760508 Mary at 34 in Camden, 18760517WJP
      18951115 William at 19 in Camden, 18951123CD, 18951120WJP


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LINKAGE BEGIN 03  Henry Clifton


Henry Clifton 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to ___ Clifton _ Phila, PA Haddonfield MM
   ld 169_ ___ __ Philadelphia Exemplification B7 P85  LDS#0021872
      Grantor: Hugh Durborough, sawyer of Philadelphia
      Grantee: Henry Clifton, weaver of same
      Description: 35 x 198' lot bounded on north by Mary Morgan, east by 3rd St
      from the Delaware River, south Henry Clifton's lot, west by new burial
      ground.
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebeckah _ 05
   df 1702 May 02 wife of Henry PA_PMM P347
   n. 1703 Sep 11 Henery & Jone England? gltm nfr Haddonfield MM
   mf 1703 Sep 22 Jane Engle 06, widow of Evesham, he of Philadelphia, at MH,
      Evesham, NJ Haddonfield MM. NJ_BuCMR P230.  Henry, s. of ---?, Phila, PA.
   n. 1704 05 28 Joan rocf Newton MM West New Jersey, dated 1704 04 08
      PA_PMM P488
   df 1725 Dec __ interred 17251220 BurlingtonMM
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ 06
   n. 1734 Jun 04 witnessed the marriage of Samuel Coates of the City of Phila.
      in the Province of PA and Mary Langdale of Passyunk in the Co. of Phila at
      public Meeting of Quakers at Philadelphia.
   n. 1743 July 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #5930
      NOTICE is hereby given, that on Saturday the thirtieth
      Instant, at the Hour of Nine in the Morning, at ROBERTS'S
      ........ree Acres, more or less. One other Lot, scituate in
      Third Street, adjoining to a Lot of Henry Clifton,
      containing about half an Acre more or less. Taken in Execution
      at the Suit of the Trustees of the Loan Office of the Province
      of Pennsylvania, by JOHN HYATT, Sher.
   wm 1746 May 04 Philadelphia County Wills BH 1928  N125
      Henry Clifton. Philadelphia weaver.  Wife Sarah.  Grandchildren John,
      Henry, and William Clifton.  Daniel, Jane and Mercy Walton.  Children
      Mary Bryan, Elizabeth Walton, Sarah Knight and John (Executor). Wit.
      Anthony Aarris, John Bringhurst and Jeremiah Elfreth.  Sighed 4th day 3rd
      month 1746.  Proved 1746 Feb 22 Recorded page 218
   dm 1746 Apr 20
   n. Sarah, dau of Henry & Letitia df 1730 Jul 17 PA_PMM P347
 with Letitia? PA_PMM P347
   Sarah
   b
 with Sarah
   John 07        Mary 07        Elizabeth 07   Sarah 07

Joseph Clifton 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Henry
   dm 1700 Jul 08 PA_PMM P347

William Clifton 06
   bm
   dm 1717 Jul 19 PA_PMM P347
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Henry Clifton 07
   mf ____ ___ __ Letitia _ _
   mf 1727 Apr 15 Sarah Dunn _, widow, at PMH.  PA_PMM P488
   mf 1733 Sep 15 Sarah Maule _, widow, at PM.  PA_PMM P488

John Clifton 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Henry Clifton 06
   n. 1731 August 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #791
      NEAR the upper End of Third Street, Philadelphia, still
      continues to be made and sold the whitest STARCH (as by Proof
      may readily appear) Where Merchants, Shopkeepers and others,
      may be supplied at 1 l. 16 s. per. Hund. or 4 s. 6 d. per Doz.
      well dryed and carefully packed, so as to keep its due Colour
      and Form to the West Indies or elsewhere, by John Clifton.
   n. 1734 June 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #1631
      SMALL POX INOCULATION, DR. CLIFTON'S PRESCRIPTION FOR THE CURE
      OF THE SMALL POX, EDINBURGH, TERRIBLE HAVOCK, DR, FRIEND'S
      METHOD OF PURGING, TURKISH METHOD, DR. SYDENHAM, PUSTULES
      RIPEN, FACE AND BREAST, DISTEMPER, SECOND FEVER, STATE OF
      PHYSICK ANCIENT AND MODERN, BATHING ARTICLE, HONEY OF ROSES,
      TINCTURE OF MYRRH, ABSCESS, F. CLIFTON
   n. 1735 August 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #2014
      LOST between this Place and Brunswick, part of a Gold Chain
      from a Watch, with two Stones, set in Gold in the Shape of a
      Heart, and the Key hanging to it. Whoever finds the same, and
      will return them to the Printer hereof, shall have Forty
      Shillings Reward paid by John Clifton. N.B. All Persons are
      desired to stop the same if offered to Sale.
   n. 1737 July 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #2674
      THIS is to give Notice to Matthew MacKilronan, born in the
      County of Cavan in the Parish of Templefort near Belterbort in
      Ireland, by Trade a Weaver, and who came into this Country
      about 3 Years since, that if he applies to John Clifton,
      Weaver, in Third Street, Philadelphia, he will hear of
      something to his Advantage sent him from his Sister in
      Ireland.
   n. 1738 September 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3237
      A NEGRO Boy, about 16 Years of Age, that can Plow and do most
      Sorts of Country Work; and a Girl about 19 Years old, that can
      do all sorts of House Work, and is fit for Town or Country. To
      be sold by JOHN CLIFTON, at 6 or 8 Months Credit on good
      Security, or for Country Produce.
   df 1739 Jul 10 PA_PMM P347
   n. 1741 July 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #4715
      Juk Imported from New-York, A Choice parcel of old Madeira
      WINE, to be Sold for ready Money by John Clifton, at his House
      in Second-Street, Philadelphia.
   n. 1742 March 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #5120
      TO BE LETT, A Plantation in the Township of Oxford, containing
      one hundred Acres, lying on the River Delaware, with some
      Meadow, a Dwelling House, Barn and other Out Houses. Also
      Horses, Cows, Hogs, Sheep, &c. to be sold. Enquire of Bridget
      Keen, on the Premises, or John Clifton in Philadelphia. Also
      good Vidonia and Madeira Wine to be sold by the said Clifton.
   n. 1743 March 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #5699
      To be SOLD, By JOHN CLIFTON, at Richard Swan, Hatter in
      Market Street, or at Mr. George Hedmer, Shopkeeper. Choice
      Vidonia Wine, cheap for ready Money. N.B. The said Clifton
      will take Spanish Pistoles, weighing four penny weight eight
      grains, at eight and twenty Shillings, and large Portugal
      Pieces at Six Pounds each. John Clifton.
   n. 1746 March 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #7686
      Philadelphia, February 11. 1745-6. To be sold, by Publick
      Vendue, on Saturday, the 29th of March next, at the House of
      John Clifton, in Wickacoe, FIVE Lots of ground, two twenty
      foot each, three eighteen foot each, and sixty five deep,
      situate and lying in Wiccacoe aforesaid, between Second and
      Front street, from the River Delaware, bounded southward on the
      north side of Almond street, westward on Joseph Richards,
      northward on Edward Shippen, Esq; and eastward by William
      Preston. The purchasers to have four months credit, if
      required. The title and plan may be seen at the house of John
      Clifton, in Wickacoe.
   n. 1746 February 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #7653
      Philadelphia, February 11, 1745. To be sold, by Publick
      Vendue, on Saturday, the 29th of March next, at the House of
      John Clifton, in Wickacoe, Sundry Lots of Ground, Eighteen,
      Nineteen, and Twenty Feet Front, and sixty-five Feet back,
      situate on the North-side of Almond Street, in the Township of
      Wickacoe. The Purchasers to have four Months Credit, if
      required. The Title may be seen at the House of Joseph
      Durborow, in Wickacoe.
   n. 1747 August 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #8984
      Philadelphia, August 20. 1747. To be sold by JOHN CLIFTON, at
      his house, in Second street, for ready money, A Large quantity
      of sheeting linnen, wide and narrow Britannia, fine
      cambricks, kentings, black double taffeties or padusoys, long
      ells, scarlet and other broadcloaths, womens scarlet yarn
      hose, gum guiacum by the pound, or larger quantity, hog gum by
      the ounce, jesuits bark by the half dozen pounds, coffee by
      the barrel or dozen pounds, brandy by the cask or gallon, and
      antimony by the pound, or smaller quantity.
   n. 1747 October 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #9172
      Philadelphia, October 22. 1747. To be sold by JOHN CLIFTON, at
      his house in Second street, for ready money. A large quantity
      of sheeting linnen, new and narrow Britannia, fine
      cambricks, kentings, black double taffaties or padusoys, long
      ells, scarlet and other broadcloths, womens scarlet yarn hose,
      gum guiacum by the pound, or larger quantity, hog gum by the
      ounce, jesuits bark by the half dozen pounds, coffee by the
      barrel or dozen pounds, brandy by the cask or gallon, fine
      green tea, muscovado sugar, and antimony by the pound or
      smaller quantity.
   n. 1748 January 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #9379
      To be sold by JOHN CLIFTON, at his house in Second street, for
      ready money, A large quantity of sheeting linnen, wide and
      narrow Britannia, fine cambricks, kentings, black double
      taffaties or paduasoys, long ells, scarlet and other
      broadcloths, womens scarlet yarn hose, gum guaiacum [?] by the
      pound, or larger quantity, hog gum by the ounce, Jesuits bark
      by the half dozen pounds, coffee by the barrel or dozen
      pounds, brandy by the cask or gallon, antimony by the pound,
      or smaller quantity, and very good muscovado sugar.
   n. 1748 Jun 26 dis mou twice PA_PMM P488.
   n. 1748 September 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10019
      Philadelphia, September 15. 1748. To be sold by JOHN CLIFTON,
      at his house, in Second street, the following goods and
      medicines, cheap for ready money, viz. SHeeting Linnen, narrow
      Britannia, kentings, cambricks, coarse broadcloths, long
      ells, yarn hose, muscovado sugar, coffee, green tea, French
      brandy, Peru Jesuits bark, gum guiacum, antimony, manna,
      senna, epicacuana, jallop, alloes soccotrina, myrrh, rhubarb,
      species of diascordium, Venice treacle, oil of amber, camamile
      flowers, opium, cantharides, salt tartar, tartarized tartar,
      crocus metetocum, Turnercerat, spirit of nitri dulcis, of
      hartshorn, of lavender, of sal volatile, elixir proprietatis,
      and glass globs for street lamps.
   n. 1748 October 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10108
      PHILADELPHIA, October 6. Saturday last being the Anniversary
      Election throughout this Province for Representatives,
      Sheriffs, Coroners, &c. the following Gentlemen were chosen.
      Assessors, ... Daniel Palmer. For Chester County, Representatives,
      Joseph James, Phineas Lewis. For Lancaster County, Representatives,
      Sheriff, Joseph Pugh.  On Monday last Israel Pemberton, sen. and Thomas
      Leech, were chosen Burgesses for this City. Assessors, William
      Moode, Joseph Fox, Edward Catherall, Jacob Duche, Samuel Morris, and
      John Clifton.
   n. 1749 February 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10393
      Philadelphia, February 7. 1748-9. Whereas a letter from Peter
      Furnell, Esq; of the island of Jamaica, directed to the
      subscriber, was brought by Capt. Thomas Stamper, when he
      sailed last from that port, the letter covering a bill of
      lading, and bill of exchange for Fifteen Pounds Sterling;
      which said letter was brought on shore by the Capt. amongst
      the general letters, and taken up by some person; and as that
      letter and bill of exchange can be of no service to any one
      but the subscriber, unless it is to satisfy an impertinent
      curiosity; The person possessed of it, is desired to convey
      the same to the Post Office, and no questions shall be ask;
      and all masters of vessels, and others, are desired, as a
      favour, not to deliver any letters directed to me, to any
      person, except such as I shall send for them, or to the Post
      master of this place, as I shall chearfully pay postage for
      the same. JOHN CLIFTON.
   n. 1749 March 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10452
      Philadelphia, March 7. 1748-9. Just imported from London, in
      the ship Salisbury, Capt. Brame, and to be sold by John
      Clifton, at his store, in Second street, betwixt Arch and Race
      streets, the following goods for ready money, or short credit,
      viz. White persians, white half yard sarsnet, broad ditto,
      black half yard alamode, black mantuas, undrest ditto, bat
      crape, black rich broad paduasoy, best Genoa velvet, double
      sprig ozenbrigs, princes linnen, blue ditto, 6 eights and yard
      wide clear lawn, ell wide and 6 qr. muslin, printed callicoes
      in patterns for bear, blue and white printed ditto, cambricks,
      allspice, Jesuits bark, antimony, crude, sundry sorts of fresh
      medicines, very cheap, blue, green, and cloth colour
      shaloons, black, blue and green superfine broadcloth, womens
      plain white thread hose, embroiderclokes ditto, boys plain
      white thread ditto, womens double glazkid gloves, lamb
      ditto, maids gloves and mittens ditto, girls gloves and
      mittens ditto, black silk lace, dyerwood, sheeting linnen,
      narrow Britannias, long ells, half thicks, and coarse
      broadcloth.
   n. 1749 September 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #11005
      To be sold by JOHN CLIFTON, At his store, in second street,
      betwixt Arch street and Race street, All sorts of drugs and
      medicines, with English and Spanish saffron, camphyr, Jesuits
      bark, cinnamon, cloves, mace and nutmegs, currans and raisins,
      with sundry sorts of dry goods, very cheap for ready money.
   n. 1749 December 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #11339
      To be sold by JOHN CLIFTON, at his store in Second street,
      between Arch and Race street, the following goods and
      medicines, very cheap for ready money only, viz. Superfine
      Spanish broadcloth in suits, with alopeen linings and
      trimmings, superfine black, blue and green broadcloth, coarse
      ditto, halfthicks, long ells, London shaloon, black double
      mantua silk, white sarsnet, white Persian, blush ditto, black
      paduasoy, fine velvet, best flaxen oznabrigs, 7-8ths and yard
      wide garlix, Princelinnen, 6 qr. and 5 qr. muslins, yard
      wide clear lawns, patches of cambricks, Russia linnen, 6 qr.
      and yard wide cotton checks, men and womencotton stockings,
      womencotton gloves, and thread stockings, kid and lamb
      gloves, bed callicoes, black lace, narrow Brittania,
      sheeting linnen, blue and white China cups and dishes, mace,
      cloves, cinnamon and nutmegs, currains at 9d. per pound,
      raisons 8d, by the dozen or half dozen pounds; senna, manna,
      Gum Teammony, gum bouge, aloes succot. myrrh, opium,
      assasetide, styrax calum. galbanum, camphire, lignum vitae,
      bog gum, Roots ipecacuana, gentian, anchuse, liquorice, jalop,
      rhubarb, tormentilla, Fla. camomile, balaustains, saffron
      English, ditto Spanish, H Jesuits bark, cochineal, Spanish
      flies, white poppy heads, terra japan, crabs claws, red coral,
      cinnab. native, crocus metalior. saccher saturni, anti.
      diaphor, crude ditto, Venetian borax, cream tartar, tartariz
      tartar, Salt tartar, nitri, armoniac crude, vol. ditto, vol.
      salt hartshorn, vol. salt amber, mercur. aulcis, praecipit.
      rhub. green ditto, quicksilver, Oils juniper, sweet almonds,
      mace per express. cloves, cinnamon, vitriol, amber, Tincture
      castor, magist. of steel, salt tartar, cantharides, jalap.
      sacra, rhub. balsam tolu, liquid laudanum, spirit sal. vol.
      ol. hartshorn, nitri dulcis, nitri tart, lavender co. sal.
      armoniac, vitriol, Elixirs proprietatis, vitriol, species
      diascordium, Powders of rhubarb, jalop, jesuits bark,
      ipecacuana, Venice treacle, Spanish liquorice, Emplaster
      diaculum simp. cum gum, Turnercerat.
   n. 1750 September 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #12243
      Just imported from London, in the ship Samuel and James, Capt.
      Smith, and to be sold by JOHN CLIFTON, At his store in Second
      street, between Arch and Race streets, the following goods,
      cheap for ready money only, viz. Seven eights cotton checks,
      7-eights and yd. wd. garlix, bag holland, 6 qr. and 5 qr.
      muslins, broad and narrow lawns, narrow brittanias, sheeting
      roans, broad Russia diaper, princes linnen, m Russia linnen,
      double spriged ozenbrigs, purple ground calicoes, single
      purple do, 18 yards shagreen, ground do 12 yards rich white
      English damask, black undrest mantuas, single black mantuas,
      white sarsnet, black paduasoy, black half yd. persians, blue,
      green and black superfine broadcloths, do. in suits, with
      alopeen, linings and trimmings, green, blue and cloth colour
      shaloon, blue, green, white and scarlet tammies, half thicks,
      long ells and coarse broadcloths, womens brocaded silk shoes,
      with silk heels, do. with leather heels, girls do. womens best
      silk hose, 3 yd. silk laces, head lace, boys and girls worsted
      hose, womens cotton and thread hose, mens do common and best
      pins, fine ivory stickfans, English and French white wax,
      necklaces, green and bohea tea, cinnamon, cloves, mace and
      nutmegs, very large glass globes, for street lamps, with or
      without heads, white and red lead, Spanish brown, yellow oker,
      brown oker, Venetian red, umber, gauls, French verdigrease,
      yellow pink, Dutch do. distilled verdigrease, fine flax white
      vermillion, calcinsmalts, brown pink, Dutch do. distill
      verdigreese, Dutch do. pencils and brushes, of all sorts.
      Drugs and medicines as usual, with double flint vial and
      ground stopples, common do. sives and glyster syringes.
   n. 1750 October 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #12350
      JOHN CLIFTON, intending to depart this province, in 3 months,
      from this date, desires all persons indebted to him to make
      speedy payment: And those who have demands on him, are desired
      to bring in their accounts, and they shall be paid.
   n. 1751 February 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #12664
      Philadelphia, February 19, 1750-1.
      To be sold by JOHN CLIFTON, At his store, in Second street,
      betwixt Arch and Race streets, for ready money, White English
      damask, white sarsnet, white and blush persian, black undrest
      mantua, drest ditto, black paduasoy, yard wide clear lawns,
      cambricks and lawns in patches, superfine broadcloths in
      suits, with trimmings, bag hollands, yard wide garlix, 7-8ths
      ditto, 7-8ths linnen and cotton checks, princes linnen, fine
      ozenbrigs, Russia linnen, and diaper, 5 qr. and 6 qr. muslin,
      London shaloon, tammies, bed and other calicoes, mens and
      womens cotton and worsted hose, womens cotton gloves, fine
      French white wax necklaces, English ditto, ivory stick fans,
      womens brocaded silk shoes, girls ditto, womens silk
      stockings, silk laces, head lace, black ditto, &c., &c.
      The said Clifton will receive round Spanish dollars at
      eight shillings, and Spanish pistoles, of the common weight,
      at twenty eight shillings each, in all payments for goods
      bought of him from this date.
      Drugs and medicines, chymical and galenical, sold by said
      Clifton.
   n. 1751 May 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #13040
      Imported in the two last ships from London, and to be sold
      cheap for ready money, by JOHN CLIFTON, At the Two Lamps, in
      Second street, between Arch, and Race streets, viz.
      Superfine blue, scarlet, black and green broadcloths,
      fine Spanish cloth in suits, &c. scarlet, blue, green and
      cloth colourfine London shaloons, tammies, fine camblets,
      light green long ells, half ell, and 3 qr. black undrest
      mantua, white sarsnet, black drest mantua, white, scarlet and
      sky colourEnglish damask, baladine silk, 3 yard silk laces,
      womens fine silk stockings, and brocaded silk shoes, yd. wd.
      clear lawns, flower, spotted and striped ditto, cambricks in
      packets or patches, bag holland, 7-8ths and yd. wd. garlix,
      7-8ths and yd. wd. cotton checks, fine callicoes and chints, 5
      qr. and 6 qr. muslin, black, and head lace, fine fans, French
      wax necklaces, English ditto, thick hempen ozenbrigs, fine
      flaxen ditto, princes linnen, flacks in shades and in grain,
      with yellow canvas, blush persian, Russia linnen, sheeting
      ditto, mens and womens cotton stockings, and womens gloves,
      scarlet broadcloth, mens cloaks, green tea, cinnamon, cloves,
      mace and nutmegs, with i.
      Drugs and Medicines, Galenical and Chemical, sold as
      above, by JOHN CLIFTON. DRUGS, Allom, common; ambergrease;
      antimony, crude; arsenick, white, ditto yellow; bac. juniper,
      lauri; balsam eapivi, peruv. tolu; bole armenia; borax venet.
      oubebi; cantharides; cardamonss, lesser; cap. papac. alb.
      castor, Russia; cinnabar native; cochineal; coloquintida;
      cocuius India; cort. aurant, peruv. winteranns, elutherei,
      granatorum; cream tartar; croc. Anglican. Hispanic. ditto
      loose; sol. fennae; flor. balaust. chamomile; flos suplhuris;
      gum tragacanth, aloes heptic. succotine, arabac, affafoetida,
      benjamin, camphor, galbanum, guaiacum, gamboge, myrrh, opium,
      scammony, dragons blood, styrax, frankincense, hog gum; lapis
      calaminaris; letharg. auri; manna opt. ditto second sort; musk
      in grains; minium; ocul. cancrorum; ol. lauri, palm, mace per
      express. pulv. jaiap, rhub. cort. peruv, viper, pp. rad.
      anchusae, angelica, Hispan. serpentaria, contrayervae,
      gentiane, liquorice, jalap, ipecacuanah, rhubarb, tormentil,
      zedoary, valeian, sylv. imperatoria, galengal; red sanders,
      rosin, common; sal. ammoniac, lini, staves acre; sulphur
      vicum; vitriol alb. Roman; terebinth chio, common. venet.
      GALENICALS. Aq. chamomil. cinnamon. fennel, menthae, Hungary;
      balsam suplh. anist, lucatell. cerat de lapis calam. crabs
      eyes, claws, & coral rubr. pp. elect. diascordium, Venice
      treacle, Raleigh; amp. diachylon, c.g. simplex, melilot,
      sapon, corrobor. ol. sweet almonds, lini com. fine igne,
      olive; spec. diascord. hierae picrae; fry. papav. alb. bas.
      tolu, buckthorn, cloves; ung. basilicon, dialthex.
      CHEMICALS. Aethiope mineral; antimon. diaphoret. aq. fort.
      duplex, simplex; bals. polychrest, traumatic, cinnabar fact.
      croc. metal. elix. vitriol. proprietatis; liquid laud.
      sydenhm; kermes mineral; merc. dulcis; precipit. rubr. virid.
      corr. sublimat. turpeth mineral; ol. anis. animal dippely,
      cloves, cinnamon, juniper, amber, sulphur, lavender, rosemary;
      resin, jalap, scammon; sachr, saturni; sal. mirab. glaub.
      tartar, ditto tartaris, vitriol, prunell. vol. amoniac,
      cornu cervi, amber, martis; spt. C.C. per se, saffron,
      juniper, lavender, nitri dulcis, foryis, ammoniac; sal. volat.
      olgos. tartar emetic; tartar vitriol; tinct. cantharid. cort.
      peruv. martis myms, metallorum, rhubarb, jalap, sacra,
      astringent, sal. tart. vit. antimon.
      Large and small sieves, ivory clyster pipes, clyster
      syringes, fistula ditto, chirurgeons pocket instruments in
      cases, apothecaryscales and weights, pill boxes, gally
      gots, double flint phials with ground stoppers, common ditto,
      iron mortars, &c. crucibles in sorts, glass retorts in sizes,
      matrass, alembeaks with heads and receivers, Bateman
      drops, Godfrey cordial, vermecelli. Also paints of all
      sorts, and brushes, with white lead, and yellow oker ground in
      oil, in 20 lb. cags.
   n. 1751 August 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #13307
      To be sold, by JOHN CLIFTON,
      At the two Lamps, in Second street, betwixt Race and Arch
      streets, DRugs and medicines, chymical and galenical, as
      mentioned in the former advertisements, with yellow amber, gum
      ammoniac, copal, mastich, roach allom, crude tartar, black
      bellibore, nux vomica, English mishto of the oak, aethereal
      oil turpentine, powder blue, Prussian blue, vermillion, dry
      French verdigrease, best bohea and green tea, with coffee and
      saffron of all sorts.
   n. 1751 August 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #13402
      TO be sold, by publick vendue, on Tuesday next, the shop goods
      and houshold goods of Alice Burn, deceased. The sale to begin
      at ten a clock, and continue till all are sold.
      All persons indebted to said estate, are desired to make
      speedy payment: And those that have any demands against it,
      are desired to bring in their accounts, and they shall be
      paid, by JOHN CLIFTON.
   n. 1752 August 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14723
      To be sold by JOHN CLIFTON, At the Two Lamps, in Second
      street, between Arch and Race streets, Fine Jesuits bark, true
      balsam of Telu, in callabashes, with all sorts of drugs and
      medicines, both chymical and galenical, at the cheapest rates,
      where all practitioners and others, may be assured of being
      faithfully dealt by without adulteration.
   dm 1759 Nov 16
 with Sarah, she df 1739-07-10
   John 08        Joseph 08      Henry 08       Deborah 08     William 08
   b              b              b1725          b              b1729
   Rachel 08
   b

Mary Clifton 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Henry Clifton 06
   mm 1714 Aug 07 Benjamin Bryan 07 her father of Phila, his of Burlington Co.,
      West Jersey at Phila. Meeting House.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Bryan 06
   wm 1742 Jul 13
      Benjamin Brian of Burlington City, will of.  Wife Mary.
   df 1758 Aug 12 PA_PMM


Elizabeth Clifton 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Henry Clifton 06
   mm 1714 Dec 17 Daniel Walton 07 her father of Phila, his of Phila. at the
      Phila. Meeting House.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Daniel Walton 06
 with
   Daniel 08      Jane 08        Mercy 08
   b              b              b

Sarah Clifton 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Henry Clifton 06
   mm 1719 Aug 30 Thomas Knight _, PAA2_V9 P205, PA_PMM
   n. 1884 PA, History of Bucks Co.
      Samuel Darke, a calendrer , of London, arrived in the ship Content in
      October with his wife, Ann, who died 1683 October 13, and two servants,
      James and Mary Crafts. He remarried two years afterward (Ann Knight, 1683       4 7, who died 1683 8 13 and then married Martha Worrell 1685 12 16 *).
   wm 1746 May 04 Philadelphia County Wills BH 1928  N125
      Henry Clifton. Philadelphia weaver.  Wife Sarah.  Grandchildren John,
      Henry, and William Clifton.  Daniel, Jane and Mercy Walton.  Children
      Mary Bryan, Elizabeth Walton, Sarah Knight and John (Executor). Wit.
      Anthony Aarris, John Bringhurst and Jeremiah Elfreth.  Sighed 4th day 3rd
      month 1746.  Proved 1746 Feb 22 Recorded page 218
   df 1730 Jul 17 PA_PMM P347

William Clifton 07
   dm 1766 Sep 20 ae 3m Wm, s Wm.
   df 1769 Jun 08 ae 3' Sarah, dt William.  PA_PMM P347
   dm 1769 Jun 20 ae __, PA_PMM

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Joseph Clifton 08
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Clifton 07 et ux Sarah
   dm 1747 Oct 29

John Clifton 08
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Clifton 07 et ux Sarah

Henry Clifton 08
   bm 1725 ___ __ to John Clifton 07 et ux Sarah
   mf 1749 Mar 11 Hannah Reynear 08
   bf 1728 ___ __ to Joseph Reynear 07
   df 1760 Jan 12 at 32 PA_PMM P347
   mf 1763 Oct 20 Rachel Coster 08, all of Phila. at Phila MM.  PA_PMM P489
   bf ____ ___ __ to Arnold Coster 07
   n. 1769 Aug 25 Henry dis.  PA_PMM P489
   dm 1771 Feb 14 at 46y
   n. daughter Rachel df 1770 07 30 at 5m. PA_PMM P347
   n. Sarah, dt Henry df 1759 Aug 24 PA_PMM P347
 with Hannah (nee Reynear 08) Clifton
 with Rachel (nee Coster 08) Clifton
   Rachel 09
   b177002

Deborah Clifton 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Clifton 07 et ux Sarah
   df 1744 Nov 18 PA_PMM P347

Rachel Clifton 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Clifton 07 et ux Sarah
   mm 1761 Nov 24 Isaac Bewley 08 at PM
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathan Bewley 07

William Clifton 08
   bm 1729 ___ __ to John Clifton 07 et ux et ux Sarah
   n. 1755 May 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #18298
      In Pursuance of an ACT of ASSEMBLY, intitled, An Act to
      encourage the Establishing of an Hospital for the Relief of the
      Sick Poor of this province, and for the Reception and Cure of
      Lunaticks, the following LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS thereto, from the
      Beginning to this Time, is now published.
      William Allen, Nathaniel Allen, Nehemiah Allen, Thomas Bourne,
      Thomas Cadwallader, John Campbell, Henry Clifton, Richard Farmar,
      Joshua Fisher, Isaac Garrigues, Robert Greenway, Thomas Holland,
      Joshua Humphries, of Haverford, Chester C.
      Derick Johnson, of Germantown, Abel James, Joseph James, of Chester
      County, Joseph Johnson, Tinman, Joseph Johnson, of Wicacoa,
      Joseph King, Jacob Lewis, Joseph Leech, Isaac Norris, Charles Norris,
      John Palmer, Hugh Roberts, John Roberts, of Merion, Townsend White,
      Daniel Williams, William Young, per Annum, during Life.
   mf 1763 Jul 06 Catharine Hallowell 08, both of Phila., PA at PA_PMM.
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Hallowell 07
   n. wm 1778 Mar 17 PA_PCW BW N110 P187 Abstracts 1790-1802 P2643,4
      John Hallowell, City of Phila., Cordwainer.  Children: Israel, Elizabeth
      Parker, Phebe Gillingham, Catharine Clifton. Grandchild: Thomas son of
      daughter Elizabeth Parker.
      Executor: son Israel Hallowell, and son in Law - William Clifton.
      Witness: Nicholas Waln.  N. B. Daniel Drinker affirmed to hand writing.
      [No probate granted.]
   n. wm 1793 Sep 04 PA_PCW BW N403 P666 Abstracts 1790-1802 P2????
      William Waring - City of Phila. Wife Elizabeth. Mother - Mary. Brother
      Thomas. Sisters - Elizabeth, Mary, Hannah.  Son - Thomas Parker. To -
      Joseph and Thomas Waring [of Killisk County of Werford, Ireland]. In trust
      for - Monthly Meeting of Quakers [ in said County, Ireland] for schooling
      and apprenticing  Such children as they think proper.  Signed.
      Executor: Elizabeth Waring, Brother - Thomas, and William Cliffton.
      Witness: - George Guest, Adam Clark, John Griscom.
      Codicil: 1793 Sep 09 Authority to brother Thomas.
      Witness: [as will]
      Proved 1793 Dec 03
   wm 1801 Sep 29 PA_PCW BY N20 P656 Abstracts 1790-1802 P3319
      William Cliffton - Southwark, City of Phila.  Children: John, Hannah,
      Sarah, Catharine.
      Executor: John Cliffton and Samuel Coates.
      Witness: Henry Cliffton, Thomas Craven and Elizabeth Cliffton
      Codicil: 1802 Feb 11 Sisters Hannah Monk, Sarah Cliffton.
      Witness: John Hallowell and Mary Hallowell.
   dm 1802 Feb 25 at 73 PA_PMM
      1802 Feb 27 Ancient and respectable inhabitant PA Vital Records V2 P544
      1802 Mar 01 will proved.
 with Catharine (nee Hallowell 08) Clifton
   John 09        Hannah 09      William 09     William 09     John 09
   b176406        b176709        b              b17710604      b
   Hannah 09      Sarah 09       Catharine 09
   b              b              b

Hannah Clifton 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Clifton 07 et ux Sarah
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Monk 08

Sarah Clifton 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Clifton 07 et ux Sarah
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Mary Clifton 08
   n. 1761 01 30 Mary Carpenter (late Cliffton) dis mou.  PA_PMM P488
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John Clifton 09
   bm 1764 Jun __ to William Clifton 09 et ux Catharine (nee Hallowell 08)
      Clifton, PA_PMM P347
   dm 1765 Sep 09 at 15m., PA_PMM P347

Hannah Clifton 09
   bf 1767 Sep __ to William Clifton 09 et ux Catharine (nee Hallowell 08)
      Clifton
   df 1769 Jun 12 at 21m., PA_PMM P347

William Clifton 09
   bm 1769 ___ __ to William Clifton 09 et ux Catharine (nee Hallowell 09)
      Clifton, PABPC P
   dm 1769 Jun 20 PA_PMM P347

William Clifton 09
   bm 1771 Jun 04 to William Clifton 09 et ux Catharine (nee Hallowell 09)
      Clifton, PABPC P
   n. wm 1794 Sep 01 PA_PCW BX N85 P119 Abstracts 1790-02 P
      Thomas Penrose, Jr. Southwark, Co. of Phila.  Father Thomas, Brothers
      William, Joseph, Charles. Cousin Mary, daughter of Samuel Penrose.
      Executor: William Penrose and William Cliffton, Junr.
      Witness: Saml Church, Wm Hubbard
      Proved 1792 Sep 25.

John Clifton 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Clifton 08 et ux Catharine (nee Hallowell 08)
      Clifton

Hannah Clifton 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Clifton 08 et ux Catharine (nee Hallowell 08)
      Clifton

Sarah Clifton 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Clifton 08 et ux Catharine (nee Hallowell 08)
      Clifton

Catharine Clifton 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Clifton 08 et ux Catharine (nee Hallowell 08)
      Clifton

LINKAGE END 03  Henry Clifton

   df 1747 Oct 19 Sarah Clifton PA_PMM P347

Thomas Clifton _
   n. 1760-63  #8534 Passenger & Immigration Lists Index  P135.
      Clifford Neal Smith "British Deprotees to America 1760-63.

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Thomas Clifton _
   mf ____ ___ __ Janet Smith _
   n. Thomas has b-i-l Robert, Janet's brother Robert Smith.
   wm 1763 Jan 04 Philadelphia Administration N29, Bond, Appt.
      Know all men by these Presents, That we Robert Smith of the City of Phila,
      Sailmaker, Brother-in-law of Thomas Clifton late of the District of
      Southwark, Mariner, dec'd; William Allen of the District afs'd,
      Shipwright; Christ'_ Rites of the s'd District, Taylor, are held firmly in
      bound unto William Plumsted, Esq; Register General for the Probate...
      Signed: Robert Smith, Wm Allen, and an undecipherable signature
      Witness: Thomas Gregory
      1760 Jan 03 This is to Certifies that I appoint my Brother, Rob't Smith to
      Administor on the estate of my Husband Tho' Clifton, Deceast. I not being
      for a State of Health to act myself. Given under my hand .. Jennet Clifton
   dm~1760
   n. This Thomas is probably father of James/Sarah Harris & Thomas/Martha, both
      of whom had daughters: Janet.  He is probably the marriner Thomas of DE,
      also.

William Clifton _
   n. 1713 04 26 Wm & w rocf Horsly-downs MM in Southwark, Eng, dated 1712 10 31
      Passenger & Imminration Lists - #5924 P60 Albert Cook Myers
      1969 Reprinted by Baltimore Publishing Co.

James Clifton _
   bm 1745 Jul
   ld 1771 Jun 01 Philadelphia Exemplification B4 P___ LDSR0021869
      Grantee: Francis Rawle
      Witness: James Clifton
   mf 1774 Oct 12 Sarah Harris _ PA Vital Records V2 P89
   dm 1810 Mar 07 at 64.8.0
   df 1834 Aug 13 wife of James
   n. Jennet bf 1783 ___ __ to James
   n. wf 1845 N251 Jeanette Clifton Phila. W & admin - Administration P333
   n. Jennet df 1845 Jul 05 at 62Y

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LINKAGE BEGIN 07 Thomas Clifton/Martha of Phila


Thomas Clifton 07
   mf ____ ___ __ Martha _ _
   n. PA_PCB P86
 with Martha
   James 08       Janet 08
   b17640525      b17671205

James Clifton 08
   bm 1764 May 25 to Thomas Clifton 07 et ux Martha

Janet Clifton 08
   bf 1767 Dec 05 to Thomas Clifton 07 et ux Martha

LINKAGE END 07 Thomas Clifton/Martha of Phila

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Henry Clifton _
   mf 1777 Dec 16 Amy Horner _, sister of Isaac Horner _, Burlington, NJ
      PA Archives V9 2nd Series, Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, P271
   n. Hatter of Philadelphia.
   ld Grantor: Isaac Horner
      Grantee: Amy and/or husband
   dm 1830
   n. land passed to daughter Elizabeth
   n. 1772 8 28 Elizabeth (form Gray) dis mcd
 with Ann (nee Horner _) Clifton
   Elizabeth _

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LINKAGE BEGIN 04  Hugh Clifton

Hugh Clifton 05
   bm
 with
   Hugh 06

Hugh Clifton 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Hugh Clifton 05
   n.
   n. 1713 06 28 Hugh, s Hugh, rocf Wellingborow in Northamptonshire, Eng.
      dated 1712 11 01 Passenger & Immigration Lists #5924 P60 Albert Cook Myers
      1969 Reprinted by Baltimore Publishing Co.
   n. 1719 02 24 Hugh rocf Abington MM dated 1719 01 30
   n. 1720 Sep 14 Haddonfield MM rocf Phila PA MM dd. ___?
   n. 1722 May 09 Haddonfield MM gct ____? MM to m ___?
   n. 1722 May 30 Salem MM rocf Haddonfield MM dated 1722 May 09
   mf 1722 Aug 29 Elizabeth Tindall 06 rmt Salem MM
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Boyer, will 1730. NJ_SCGD B1 P44.
   n. 1734 Sep 25 Salem MM Ester Anderson ltm
   n. 1738 Aug 30 Salem MM gct Burlington MM to m
   mf 1738 Sep 08 Mary Woods 06 she of Burlington, MM Hugh, Salem Co. in
      Burlington at house of Wm. Coate of Burlington. NJ_BCMR
   bf ____ ___ __ to Isaac Woods 05
   n. 1739 Mar 07 Burlington MM Mary gct Salem MM
   n. 1739 Apr 25 Salem MM Mary [Clefton] rocf Burlington MM
 with Elizabeth (nee Tindall 06) Clifton
   Hugh _         Joseph _       William _      Mary _
   b              b17251116      b17271031      b17310417
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Hugh Clifton 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Hugh Clifton 06 et ux


Joseph Clifton 07
   bm 1725 Nov 16 to Hugh Clifton et ux Elizabeth (nee Tindall 06) Clifton
      NJ_SCGD P44.

William Clifton 07
   bm 1727 Oct 31 to Hugh Clifton et ux Elizabeth (nee Tindall 06) Clifton
      NJ_SCGD P44.

Mary Clifton 07
   bf 1731 Apr 17 to Hugh Clifton et ux Elizabeth (nee Tindall 06) Clifton
      NJ_SCGD P44.

LINKAGE END 04  Hugh Clifton

_ Clifton _
   bf
   n. 1648 Clifton "lady" immigrated to VA. Ref 6620 P172

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Henry Clifton _
 with
   William _

William Clifton _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Henry Clifton _
   mf 1796 Jul 18 Amy Hamilton _ at Hardwick MM, she a dau. of William of
      Rahway, he of Kingwood, son of Henry of Phila.
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Hamilton
   n. 1773 7 30 Henry gct Kingwood MM, NJ.
   n. 1782 5 31 Sarah [Cliffton] gct SD MM.

William Clifton _
   bm 1801 ___ __ to William Clifton _ et ux Amy (nee _ _) Clifton in NJ
   mf 1848 May 23 Sarah L. Dakin _ at house of Sarah L. Dakin in Plainfield, NJ
      he of Quakertown, NJ parents dec'd.
   bf 1813 ___ __ to James Vail _ et ux Rachel of Essex Co., NJ; father
      deceased.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R453 P096 L19 154/168
      New Jersey, Hunterdon Co., Franklin Twsp.
      1850 Sep 11 David R. Hes___, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Clifton            49M Farmer                 4800NJ
 Sarah                      37F                            NJ
 Zebulon Daykon             16M Labourer                   NJ
 Rachel                     13F                            NJ
 William H.                 10M                            Ohio
 Joseph W. Clifton           1M                            NJ
 Charles B. Clifton         1mM                            NJ
 Mathias Gathend            20M Labourer                   NJ
 with Sarah L.
   Joseph W _     Charles B _    Mary B _
   b1849          b1850          b185_

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Joseph W. Clifton _
   bm 1849 ___ __ to William Clifton _ et ux Sarah L. (nee Vail _) Clifton

Charles B. Clifton _
   bm 1850 ___ __ to William Clifton _ et ux Sarah L. (nee Vail _) Clifton
   mf 1879 Dec 15 Louise J. Jenkins _ at the house of Mary A. Haines of
       Plainfield.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Zachariah Jenkins _ and Mary A.  of Plainfield.

Mary B. Clifton _
   bm 185_ ___ __ to William Clifton _ et ux Sarah L. (nee Vail _) Clifton
   mm 1872 Dec 03 Charles D. Whitall _ of Phila., PA at house of Sarah L. of
      Plainfield, NJ.
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Whitall _ et ux Hannah

Ella D. Clifton _
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Clifton _ et ux Sarah L. (nee Vail _) Clifton
   mm 1889 Dec 31 John D. Fumus? _ of Wayne, Warren Co., OH her father deceased,
      his mother deceased, at home of Sarah L. in Plainfield, NJ
   bm ____ ___ __ to Davis _ _ et ux Jane S. (nee _ _) _

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Amy F. Clifton _
   mm 1840 Oct 04 Joseph Powell _ both of Glou. Co., by Rev. Wm. A. Brooks.
      NJ_GCMR P153

Ann Clifton _
   mm 1894 Sep 18 George B. Hibbs _ both of Camden by Rev. Geo. W. Finlaw.
      CaCHS 18941017WJP.
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John Clifton _
   mf 1839 Jun 08 Sarah E. Borton _ by Benj. Moore, Esq.  CaCHS 18720720CD
      18390619CamdenMail
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LINKAGE BEGIN 09  John Clifton/Elizabeth Morgan

John Clifton 09
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Morgan 09
   bf 1812 ___ __ in PA.
   n. 1883 Camden City Directory, Eliza Clifton, wd John, h 830 Coates
   df 1887 Oct 27 at 75 and interred Evergreen, Camden, NJ, Sec C, Lot 175, no
      headstone.  NJ_CaCHS WPA P#354-4, 1937; 4454-4, 1938.
      18871029 Eliza at 75, 18871102WJP
 wiht Elizabeth (nee Morgan 09) Clifton
   Smith 10       Hannah 10
   b1841          b1843

Smith Clifton 10
   bm 1841 ___ __ to John Clifton 09 et ux Elizabeth (nee Morgan 10) Clifton in
      NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Probert 10
   dm 1915 May 27 at 74 interred NJ, Camden, Evergreen Cemetery, Sec D, Lot 165,
      no headstone. NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4 1937, 4445-4 1938.
 with Mary (nee Probert 10) Clifton
   Mary 11        John 11        Lida
   b18640725      b              b1873

Hannah Clifton 10
   bf 1843 ___ __ to John Clifton 09 et ux Elizabeth (nee Morgan 10) Clifton in
      NJ.
   df 1907 May 10 at 64 interred NJ, Camden, Evergreen Cemetery, Sec D, Lot 165,
      no headstone. NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4 1937, 4445-4 1938.
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Mary Clifton 11
   bf 1864 Jul 25 to Smith Clifton 10 et ux Mary (nee Probert 10) Clifton in NJ.
   n. saleslady
   df 1937 Apr 30 at 72 interred NJ, Camden, Evergreen Cemetery, Sec D. Lot 165,
      no headstone. NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4 1937, 4445-4 1938.

John Clifton 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Smith Clifton 10 et ux Mary (nee Probert 10) Clifton in PA.
   n. retired
   dm 1930 Mar 20 interred NJ, Camden, Harleigh Cemetery. NJ_CaCHS,
      WPA P#354-4 1937, 4445-4 1938.

Lida Clifton 11
   b. 1873 ___ __ to Smith Clifton 10 et ux Mary (nee Probert 10) Clifton in NJ.
   n. retired
   d. 1937 May 01 at 64 interred NJ, Camden, Evergreen Cemetery, Sec D. Lot 165,
      no headstone. NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4 1937, 4445-4 1938.

LINKAGE END 09  John Clifton/Elizabeth Morgan

William Clifton _
   bm 1876 in the US.
   dm 1895 Nov 15 at 19 in Camden, NJ, occupation: elevator boy, interred NJ,
      Camden, Harleigh Cemetery.  NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4 1937, P#4445-4 1938.

_ Clifton _
   mf ____ ___ __ Minnie Yert _
   bf 1870 ___ __ to Jacob Yert _ et ux C. (nee Toat _) Yert in U. S.
   df 1922 Jul 30 at 52, occupation: housework, interred NJ, Camden, Harleigh
      Cemetery.  NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4 1937, 4445-4 1938.


William Clifton _
   mf ____ ___ __ Eliza Horner _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Hornor _
   df 1871 Mar 30
      1871 Mar 31 PA_PPL V_LXXI N6
         Clifton - On the 30th inst., Eliza Clifton, wife of William Clifton
      and daughter of Joseph Hornor, aged 36? years.
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend the funeral, from her husband's residence, No. 8_? Carpenter street
      on Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock.  To proceed to St. Paul's M. E.
      churchground.   **527
 with Eliza
   Willie _
   b186611

Willie Clifton _
   bm 1866 Nov __ to William Clifton _ et ux Eliza
   dm 1867 Jun 30
      Obit.: 1867 Jul 01 Mon Morn, PA_PPL V_LXIII N84
      Clifton - On the 30th ultimo, Willie, infant son of William and Eliza
      Clifton, aged 8 months.
         Funeral this day, from his parents residence, 228 Christina street,
      at 5 o'clock.

John J. Clifton _
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann Eliza _ _

Jos. H. Dallas Clifton _
   bm ____ ___ __ to John J. Clifton _ et ux Ann Eliza (nee _ _) Clifton
   dm 1870 Nov 28
      Obit.: 1870 Nov 30 PA_PPL
      Clifton - on the 28th, Jos. H. Dallas, the youngest son of John J. and Ann
      Eliza Clifton, aged 5 weeks and 3 days.
         The relatives and friends of the family are requested to attend the
      funeral from his parent's residence, No. 1332 Dutton street, above Reed,
      this Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.      *11

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LINKAGE BEGIN 10  Robert Clifton/Anne Hepburn of MD/DE


_ Clifton _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ 06
   ld 1727 Dec 14 DE_SCD BF6 P256-257 Abs P66
      Description: partial - adjoining the lot of Widow Clifton...
   ld 1727 Dec 14 DE_SCD BF6 P258 Abs P66
      Description: partial - bounded by lots formerly Sarah Clifton's ...

Robert Clifton 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann Hepburn 07 DE_SCD
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Hepburn 06 et ux
   ld 1689 Oct 05 ref. DE_SCDR  BM12 P392 Abs P197
      Grantor: Morris Edwards
      Grantee: Robert Clifton
      Transaction: 650 acres.
   ld 1693 Jan 23 ref. DE_SCDR  BM12 P392 Abs P197
      Grantor: Robert Clifton
      Grantee: Matthew Stevens
      Transaction: 150 acres
   ld 1713 May 07 ref. DE_SCDR  BM12 P392 Abs P197
      Grantor: Robert Clifton
      Grantee: William Waples
      Transaction: 500 acres
   ld 1717 Jul 10 DE_SCD BF6 P63-64 Abs P16
      Grantor: Edward Morris et ux Sarah, sole heir of Thomas Branscomb of
      Sussex Co., DE., mariner, dec'd.
      Grantee: Joseph Godwin, house carpenter, of Sussex Co., DE.
      Transaction: 26.12.6 for 200 acres.
      Attorney: Robert Clifton
   ld 1722 Feb 08 DE_SCD BF6 P104-105 Abs P27
      Grantor: Archibald Smith, merchant of Lewes, DE.
      Grantee: Arthur Johnson, farmer of Sussex Co., DE.
      Transaction: 11 for 210 acres.
      Surveryor/Appraiser: Robert Clifton and Anderson Parker
   ld 1721 Oct 24 DE_SCD BF6 P297 Abs P76 Bond of Assurance
      Grantor: John Foster et ux Ann, executrix of Robert Clifton, yeoman
      deceased of Lewes, DE.
      Grantee: Patrick Delany, taylor of Lewes, DE.
      Transaction: L17 bond for a lot (60 x 200) and house. The condition of the
      bond is that John and Ann Foster will convey the lot upon reasonable
      request of Patrick Delany on the 1st day of November next.
      Description:  Lot is situated on MulBerry Street ans is the same lot that
      Robert Clifton died possessed of.
      Signature:  John and Ann Foster sign.
      Witness: Mary Russel and Phil. Russel.
   n. 1734 Sep __ 9th Xb'r PA_Archives S3 V1 P47
      Robert Clifton late of the County of Sussex having in the year 1725
      Obtained a Survey made by Rob't Shankland on a Tract of 200 Acres of Land
      lying on a Branch of Mispellan Creek in Sussex County, since dyed leaving
      several Sons the Eldest whereof John Clifton requests a Warrt't in Ord'r
      to Establish the said Survey and he desires the Addition of about 100
      Acres lying on the South side of the above.
   ld 1775 Sep 08 DE_SCDR  BN13 P185, Abs. P26.
      Grantor: William Coleman silversmith of Lewes & Betty his wife.
      Grantee: John Stafford barber of same place.
      Transaction: L65
      Description: Sir Edmond Andros granted by patent 1675 Jan 15 to John
      Kiphaven then of Suss: tr 69 ac on s side Lewes; & Kiphaven assigned it on
      1680 Feb 09 to Wm Clark then of Suss; who on 1681 Apr 12 assigned it to
      Capt. Nathaniel Walker; who by his will devised it to Maj. Wm. Dyer; & at
      his death his son Wm Dyer, exec, sold it 1699 Jun 06 to Thos Finwick; who
      sold pt on 1707 Jan 29 to , part adj. Meeting House, to John Hepburn; who
      by his will of 1707 Mar 02 devised it to his sons-in-law Edward Stretcher
      & Robt Clifton, pt between John Hepburn's lot (afsd) & Jacob Kollock's
      fence, with half of the savannah; & Edward Stretcher & Margaret his wife &
      Robert Clifton & Anne his wife sold 1715 Nov 1 to Nathaniel Hall; who sold
      pt on 1731 Aug 16, 90 sq perches+, to Hannah, Mary, John & Peter Adams as
      joint tenants; & John Adams, f/o afsd John Adams, decd; adj land once of
      Nathaniel Hall decd, now owned by heirs of David Hall of Suss, decd.  Wm
      Coleman after gave his bond for conveyance of land to Robt Prettyman on
      1785 Jul 09 (cordwainer), a part of above tr; Coleman now sells to
      Stafford all but pt/o tr committed by bond to prettyman.
      Witness: Davd Train, John Clowes.  Ackn 1785 Sep 08.
   ld 1786 Jun 08 DE_SCDR BN13 P280, Abs. P46.
      Grantor: William Coleman silversmith of Lewes & Betty his wife.
      Grantee: Robert Prettyman, cordwainer.
      Description: same as ld 1775 Sep 08 DE_SCDR  BN13 P185, Abs. P26.
      Witness: D. Train, Nathaniel Bowman.  Ackn 1786 Jun 12.
 with Ann (nee Hepburn 07) Clifton
   John 08        Thomas 08
   b              b

John Clifton 08
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Clifton 07 et ux Ann (nee Hepburn 07) Clifton

Thomas Clifton 08
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Clifton 07 et ux Ann (nee Hepburn 07) Clifton
   ld 1728 Sep 23 DE_SCDR DBF6 P307-308, Abs. P78 Deed of Release
      Grantor: Thomas Clifton, marriner of Sussex Co., DE
      Grantee: Elizabeth Godwin, widow of the same place.
      Transaction: 20 shillings for one lot (60 x 100feet) and house.
      Description:  Lot is situated in Lewes on Mulberry Street which the father
      of Thomas Clifton, Robert Clifton, died possessed of.  Thomas Clifton
      appointes Ryves Hold as his attorney.
      Signed: Thomas Clifton
      Witness: Cors. Edgell and Phil. Russel. Nov. Court 1728, deed was proved
      by the oath of Philip Russel.  Ack. 1728 Nov 05.
   n. 1739 March 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3441
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.
      BARBADOES KATHERINE AND MARY, JOSEPH SCATTERGOOD, DRAGON,
      THOMAS CLIFTON, LEWES ON DELAWARE
   n. 1739 March 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3448
      DRAGON, THOMAS CLIFTON, LEWES. WILLIAM, GEORGE DICKINSON, LONDONDERRY
   n. 1746 June 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #7911
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      SCOONER UNITY, THOMAS CLIFTON, VIRGINIA
   ld 1769 Feb 06 DE_SCDR  BL11 P2 Abs P1
      Grantor: Rece Woolf, Jr. Sussex Co., planter.
      Grantee: Prettyman Stockley, Sussex Co., weaver
      Transaction: L70 for 6 acres.
      Description: Parcel of land in town of Lewes, ....corner stone of lot of
      heirs of Thomas Clifton.
   ld 1770 Sep 04 DE_SCDR  BL11 P101 Abs P27.
      Grantor: Draper May of Sussex Co., yeoman.
      Grantee: Thomas May
      Transaction: for 5 shillings, right to 4 parcels, one of which....
      Thomas Clifton to James Harper for 50 acres.
 with
   George 09

John Clifton _
   n. 1728/9 Feb 10 DE_SCLD BF6 P355-356, Abs. P88  Witness: John Clifton.

George Clifton 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Clifton 08
   ld 1728/9 Feb 10 DE_SCLD BF6 P355-356, Abs. P88
      Grantor: George Clifton, house carpenter of Sumerset Co., MD.
      Grantee: William Samples, shipwright of Sussex Co., DE.
      Transaction: L24 for 112 acres.
      Description: Land is situated on the north side of Ceder Creek and is
      bounded by land of John Richards and by the residue of the tract called
      Hart's Delight.  Land is part of a larger tract of 412 acres called Hart's
      Delight which was conveyed to Henry Molleston who sold the tract to Thomas
      Clifton, dec'd who bequeathed the 112 acres to his son, George Clifton.
      George Clifton appoints John May or Simon Kollock, to be his attorneys.
      George Clifton makes his mark.
      Witness: John Clifton and Elizabeth May, Jr. 1729 Aug 04.
      Elizabeth May proves the deed.  Ack. 1729/30 Feb 03

Daniel Clifton _
   bm<1715
   mf ____ ___ __ Tabitha Manlove _
   bf<1715 ___ __ to Richard Manlove _
   ld 1730 May 21 DE_SCLD DBF6 P381-384, Abs. 93
      Grantor: William Manlove, Esqr. of Kent Co., DE., and Daniel Clifton and
      Tabitha, his wife, of Dorchester Co., MD.
      Grantee: Abraham Wynkoop, merchant of Sussex Co., DE.
      Transaction: L78 for 365 acres.
      Description: Land is situated in Cedar Creek Hundred on the south side of
      Mispilon Creek and is bounded by the marshes of Mispillion Creek, by land
      of James Brown, by land of John Rickards.  Land is part of a larger tract
      known as Cedar Town which was formerly surveyed and laid out for William
      Carter who sold to William Clark who sold to James Brown who sold this
      part (365 acres) of the tract to Richard Manlove, dec'd.  Richard Manlove
      at his death left one son and 2 daughters.  The son died in is minority
      and without issue; therefore the 2 daughters inherited the land.
      Elizabeth Manlove married Evan Morgan and they conveyed their rights to
      the land to William Manlove, Esqr.; Tabitha Manlove married Daniel
      Clifton.  William Manlove, Daniel Clifton and Tabitha Clifton appoint John
      May as their attorney.  Willm Manlove signs, Daniel Clifton signs and
      Tabith. Clifton makes mark.
      Wits., Wilm Selthridge and Josa Fisher.  P. S. Be it remembered that ye
      above sd Willm Manlove hath reserved one area of land as ye old burying
      place and only for the use and no other for himself and for his heirs
      forever.  Joseph Booth, Esqr., of Kent Co., DE., deputed heir and
      executor of James Brown, for 10 shillings paid by Abraham Wynkoop quit
      claims his rights to this land and appoints John May his attorney.
      Joseph Booth signs.
      Witness: William Selthridge and Jean Pittettre. 1730 May 28.  William
      Selthridge proves the deed.  Ack. 1730 Jun 02.
   wf 1784 May 13                               2007/12/14 03:01 GJB76/NJGF8566.
      Chil: Daniel,  Richard, Manlove, Catherine, Rachel m Thomas W. Carlisle,
      Elizabeth (Betty) m John Carslile, Mary m Daniel Morgan, Dorcas m
      William Killen, Madeline m John Johnston.
      Gchil: Tamson Clifton, Avis Carlisle.
   n. In John Carlisle's estate accounting, the executrix, Betty Carlisle, wrote      "To the accountants extraordinary trouble and expense going to the Jerseys
      to collect the money charged on the other side of this account--9.0.0"
      He died intestate. The accounting was done from 1791 to 1795, so here
      again we have an indication that this group had a foothold in NJ. GJB76.
   df
 with Tabitha (nee Manlove _) Clifton
   Daniel _       Richard _      Manlove _      Catherine _    Rachel _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Elizabeth _    Mary _         Dorcas _       Madeline _
   b              b              b              b
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Daniel Clifton _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Daniel Clifton _ et ux Tabitha (nee Manlove _) Clifton

Richard Clifton _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Daniel Clifton _ et ux Tabitha (nee Manlove _) Clifton

Manlove Clifton _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Daniel Clifton _ et ux Tabitha (nee Manlove _) Clifton
   mf 1810 Jan 15 11:00 Rhoda Ann Saterfield  _, Wednesday morning.
   n. Bible records of Frederick Straughn at
      http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~usgenweb/de/sussex/index.htm
 with Rhoda Ann
   Sarah Ann _    George W _     John Johnson _ _ _            _ _
   b18101211      b18121020      b              b              b18190412
   Manlove _      Charlotte J _  Phebe J _
   b18210508      b              b

Catherine Clifton _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Clifton _ et ux Tabitha (nee Manlove _) Clifton

Rachel Clifton _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Clifton _ et ux Tabitha (nee Manlove _) Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas W. Carlisle _

Elizabeth "Betty" Clifton _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Clifton _ et ux Tabitha (nee Manlove _) Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ John Carlisle _

Mary Clifton _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Daniel Clifton _ et ux Tabitha (nee Manlove _) Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ Daniel Morgan _

Dorcas Clifton _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Daniel Clifton _ et ux Tabitha (nee Manlove _) Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ William Killen _

Madeline Clifton _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Clifton _ et ux Tabitha (nee Manlove _) Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ John Johnston _
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Sarah Ann Clifton _
   bf 1810 Dec 11 to Manlove Clifton _ et ux Rhoda Ann

George Washington Clifton _
   bm 1812 Oct 20 to Manlove Clifton _ et ux Rhoda Ann

John Johnson Clifton _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Manlove Clifton _ et ux Rhoda Ann

_ Clifton _
   b. ____ ___ __ to Manlove Clifton _ et ux Rhoda Ann

_ Clifton _
   b. 1819 Apr 12 to Manlove Clifton _ et ux Rhoda Ann

Manlove Clifton _
   bm 1821 May 08 to Manlove Clifton _ et ux Rhoda Ann

Charlotte Johnson Clifton _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Manlove Clifton _ et ux Rhoda Ann

Phebe J. Clifton _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Manlove Clifton _ et ux Rhoda Ann
   mm 1849 Jun 14 18:00 George W. Strawhan _
 with George W. Strawhan _
   Anjeline _     William J _    George F _
   b185_1230      b18560817      b18570925


   b. et al?
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Thomas Clifton _
   ld 1781 May 09 DE_SCDR  BM12 P396, Abs P198.
      Grantor: Thomas Clifton, Sr., Mispillion Hundred, Kent Co., Delaware.
      Grantee: Daniel Morris, Jr., Sussex Co.
      Transaction: L160 for 8 acres 30 perches.
      Description: parcel of land belonging to the tract called "Boices Venture"
      that lies on the south side of the main road leading by the above Daniel
      Morris's.
      Witness: Jonathan Clifton, Curtis Morris.
   ld 1787 Dec 27 DE_SCDR BN13 P494, Abs. P90.
      Grantor: Jonathan Morgan of Suss, Gentleman, et ux Nicey
      Grantee: Nicholas Hickman of Kent Co., DE, farmer
      Description: ... from Mastons to Thomas Clifton's ....

Matthew Clifton _
   ld 1781 Aug 01 DE_SCDR  BM12 P403, Abs P199.
      Deposition: George Fitzjarral's before Alexr. Laws, Justice of the Peace.
      George Fitzjarral about 5 years ago charged Matthew Clifton of Sussex Co.
      of stealing one hogg or sow and killing and eating the same and he the
      said Jarral says that it was done as follows that he went to said Matthew
      Clifton one night and that he the sd. Clifton cleaning said sow on the
      floor and after gutting her took the offel and hair and went out and
      burned them in the ground.  Then 1781 Aug 01 came above George Fitzjarral
      and made oath who states that the above story is completely false.  And
      that he killed the hogge himself and carried the burned hair to Clifton's.
      And that his son was found dead soon thereafter in the woods.
   wm 1797 May 05 Administration of to John Allen et ux Elizabeth  Arch. V_A65
      P_35.

Daniel Clifton _
   ld 1782 Nov 07 DE_SCDR  BM12 P489, Abs P219-220.
      Grantee: Daniel Morris, Senr.
      Grantor: Daniel Morris, Junr.
      Transaction: Tract called "Rogers Deffected", all to the eastern side from
      a bounder called "Morrisses Pleasure."
      Witness: Daniel Clifton, Matthew Clifton, Thomas Clifton, Brinkley Morris.
   ld 1782 Nov 07 DE_SCDR  BM12 P489, Abs P220.
      Grantee: Daniel Morris, Senr.
      Grantor: Daniel Morris, Junr.
      Description: A resurvey made upon a tract called Morrisses Pleasure.
      Witness: Daniel Clifton, Matthew Clifton, Jonathan Arnott, Thomas Clifton.
      Proved: 1783 Feb 05.
   ld ____ ___ __ DE_SCDR  BM12 P517, Abs P226.
      Deed. Samuel Johnston from Dan: Clifton, bond for conveyance.
   ld 1786 Jun 08 DE_SCDR BN13 P312, Abs. P54. Petition
      ...130 ac whereon Daniel Clifton then lived....
   ld 1786 Jun 08 DE_SCDR BN13 P312, Abs. P54.
      Grantor: Peter Fretwell Wright, sheriff
      Grantee: William Bradley, Kent Co., yeoman.
      ...130 ac whereon Daniel Clifton then lived....

Levin Clifton _
   ld 1776 Feb 24 DE_SCDR  BM12 P55 Abs P122
      Grantor: Francis Wright, Sussex Co., planter.
      Grantee: Levin Clifton, Sussex Co., bricklayer.
      Transaction: L40 for 40 acres?
      Description: Whereas Francis Wright became seized of a tract called
      Sapling Ridge formerly in Dorchester Co., Maryland but now Sussex Co., 40
      acres of the tract was sold by Francis Wright to Levin Clifton, beginning
      at the first bounder of the afsd. tract on the north end of the afsd.
      tract near as the division was between Thomas Hickman and Matthew Dunkin
      and for L40.
      Witness: Robert Layton, David Williams.  Within deed ackn. 1776 Feb 21.
   ld 1776 Feb 24 DE_SCDR  BM12 P88 Abs P128
      Grantor: Francis Wright, Sussex Co., planter.
      Grantee: Thomas Hickman, Sussex Co., bricklayer.
      ... northeast corner of Levin Clifton's ...
   ld 1776 Feb 24 DE_SCDR  BM12 P109 Abs P132
      Witness: Francis Wright, Levin Clifton. Within deed ackn. 1776 Feb 24.
   ld 1781 Aug 01 DE_SCDR  BL11 P284 Abs P69
      .....division line between Griffin Jones and Levin Clifton's land.
   ld 1781 Aug 07 DE_SCDR  BM12 P405, Abs P200.
      Grantor: Thomas Hickman, Sussex Co.
      Grantee: James Hickman, Sussex Co.
      Transaction: for love and affection and 5 shillings.
      Description: All that part of a tract called Layton's Fancy that lyeth
      towards Levin Clifton's to the amount of 21.5 acres and all that part of
      a tract called Saplin Ridge that lyeth towards the afsd Levin Clifton
      containing 69.5 acres.  And all that part of a ctrac called Hickman's
      Conclusion that lyeth towards the afsd Levin Clifton's containing 81.5
      acres.  All three parcels lying in the Northwest Fork Hundred.
      Witness: Phillips Kollock, Francis Wright. 1871 Aug 06.
   ld 1787 Jan 01 DE_SCDR BN13 P370, Abs. P65.
      Grantor: James Hickman, planter, and Margaret, his wife.
      Grantee: Francis Wright, planter.
      Transaction: L40 for 68 acres.
      ...... between Levin Clifton and William Layton.

Jehu Clifton _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Donnelly _.
   df<1775 Apr 17
   ld 1772 Dec 11 DE_SCDR  BL11 P353 Abs P84
      Grantor: Major Poore, Sussex Co., DE.
      Grantee: Jehu Clifton, Sussex Co., DE.
      Transaction: L65 for 100 acres.
      Description: Parcel in the forrest of Cedar Creek Hundred being part of
      maiden property of Mary Power widow of Nehemiah Power and said Mary Power
      sold said land to her son Major Power.  Beginning at a stake on William
      Moor's line about 1/2 perch to the east of an old corner oak of George
      Rickards' land... containing 100 acres. Reference to his dec'd mother
      Mary Poore daughter of William Danielly. [The name is spelled both ways,
      as Poore and Power.]
      Witness: Joseph Truitt, John Truitt. Within deed of sale ackn. 1773 Aug 05
   ld 1775 Jan 25 DE_SCDR  BL11 P42  Abs P119
      Article of agreement between Branston Lofland, George Rickets and Jehu
      Clifton
      Description: Whereas William Donely of Sussex Co., died possessed of a
      parcel of land in the forrest of Cedar Creek Hundred, containing 689 acres
      which William Donely in his last will gave to be equally divided between
      his wife Mapp and his three daughters, Mary, Jemima and Casiah and in
      order to have a division made, Branston Lofland one of the heirs of the
      said Jemima Donely and assignee of the said Mapp Donely and George Rickets
      assignee of the said Casiah Donely and Jehue Clifton assignee of Mary
      Donely empowered a group of men to divide the land, and binding each other
      for the penal sum of L500.
      Witness: Bethuel Watson, John Draper, Jno. Cirwithin.
   ld 1775 Apr 17 DE_SCDR  BL11 P42  Abs P119
      Award: Dethuel Watson, John Draper, miller and John Cirwithin, Gent.[ see
      related entry above].
      Description: Whereas William Donely of Sussex Co., died possessed of 689
      acres.  First award to Branston Lofland and other heirs of Jemima whose
      maiden name was Donely.  Begining at a corner oak of Jerom Griffin's land
      ... to an oak by John Hudson's caper field ... to corner of afsd. Jehu
      Clifton's land ... to a stake in George Ricket's line .. 180 acres.
      Secondly awarded to Branston Lofland, assignee of Mapp Donely, widow of
      Mapp Donely ... by Benjamoin Reyley's line ... 160 1/4 acres.  Thirdly,
      the award to George Rickets assignee of Kezia Donely ... to Roberts Mill
      Pond ... 176 3/4 acres.  Fourthly, award to Jehu Clifton, assignee of Mary
      Donely, dec'd., 106 1/4 acres.
      Witness: Bethuel Watson, Jno. Draper, Jno. Cirwithin.
   ld 1785 Feb 16 DE_SCDR  BN13 P183, Abs. P26.
      ....., adj Jehu Clifton, ....
 with Mary (nee Donnelly _) Clifton

William Clifton _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Pope _
   ld 1775 Nov 07 DE_SCDR BN13 P528, Abs. P98-99. Bond of Conveyance
      Grantor: William Clifton
      Grantee: Levin and Lilliston Laton.
      Transaction: bound to William Clifton in the sum of L120 for 150 ac.
      Description: at the fork of two branches tuck up by Elizabeth Pore unto
      William Clifton.
      Witness: Jehue Clifton, Mary Clifton.
      Bond assigned to Samuel Ireland 1777 Apr 08.
      Witness: Willm. Yeates, Elizabeth Clifton
      Bond transferred to Peter Johnson 1778 Jun 03
      Witness: William Perry, Jehu Clifton.
      Proved: 1788 Jun 10.
   ld 1780 Mar __ DE_SCDR  BM12 P342, Abs P182-3
      Grantor: William Burroughs of Sussex Co., yeoman
      Grantee: Belitha Laws of Sussex Co., yeoman.
      Transaction: L60 for 200 acres.
      Description: Whereas Isaac Freeland obtained a proprietor's warrant dated
      1741 May 12 for 200 acres in Cedar Neck in Cedar Creek Hundred.  Beginning
      at a corner of land formerly of John Truitt and Magdaline Manlove, widow
      ... to an oak in Jeremiah Morrises line now belonging to Andrew Collings .
      .. stake in a savanna in Hart's line on the southeast side of a road
      leading from Hays Tavern to Fork Landing ... 244 acres and 120 perches ..
      which said warrant on 1752 Jan 07 by Isaac Freeland assigned to John
      Burroughs who on Apr 13 in the year afsd. assigned same to his son William
      Burroughs who on 1769 Apr 28 assigned to William Clifton by means of his
      bond and 1771 Jul 25 said Clifton assigned bond to Luke Davis who on 1780
      Feb 05 assigned said bond to Belitha Laws afsd.
      Witness: Joshua Laws, Samuel Basnett. Within deed ackn. 1780 May 04
   ld 1780 Mar __ DE_SCDR  BM12 P343, Abs P182-3
      Grantor: Belitha Laws of Sussex Co., yeoman.
      Grantee: Samuel Basnett
      Description: .......  plat included.

Frederick Clifton _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Clifton _

John Clifton _
   ld 1774 Nov 14 DE_SCDR  BN13 P177, Abs. P26.
      Power of Attorney: John Clifton of Martin Co., North Carolina, yeoman,
      appoints friend Wm. Clifton of Kent Co. Del, atty to demand, recover &
      receive of Roger Addams of Caroline Co., MD all his claims & accounts
      against estate of Roger Addams decd; 14 Nov in the year of our soverign
      Lord George III, by the Grace of God King of Great Britain, 1774.
      Witness: Frances Jester, Elizabeth Clifton.
      Proved: 1785 Aug 04.

Daniel Clifton _
 with
   Catharine

_ Clifton _
   mf ____ ___ __ Luranea
   n. probably Isaac Clifton m Lurana Draper
   ld 1786 ___ __ DE_SCDR BN13 P338, Abs. P59.
      Grantor: William Draper, yeoman, and Anne his wife, of Kent Co., DE.
      Grantee: Lurana Clifton, Suss.
      Transaction: L75 for 128.5 acres
      Description: parcel of land in Cedar Creek Hund, being pt/o larger tr
      granted by patent to John Holmes of Suss Co and by him conveyed to Elisha
      Knocks by deed of sale and by Elisha Knocks et ux Margaret conveyed to
      William Draper by deed of sale dated 1783 May 06 sd land running along
      Maspilion Creek.
      Witness: John Revell, Isaac Clifton.  Ackn. 1786 Nov 09.
   wf 1808 Mar 24 DE, Sussex Co. Wills 1800-1850  Index P5  BF P334
      Proved 1808 Apr 19

Nathan Clifton _
   ld 1786 Apr 14 DE_SCDR BN13 P263, Abs. P41-2.
      Witness: Joseph Truitt, Nathan Clifton.  Atty. John Hudson
   ld 1786 Apr 14 DE_SCDR BN13 P264, Abs. P42.
      Grantor: David Warren, New Jersey, yeoman.
      Grantee: Nathan Clifton, Suss., yeoman.
      Transaction: L67 for 47ac., 2 perches.
      Description: tr in Cedar Creek Hund, being pt/o larger tr surveyed by
      John Webb by virtue of a warrant beginning at a stone bounder of Gabriel
      Lofland and Joseph Lain. Atty: John Laws, Esqr and John Hudson, son of
      William.
      Witness: Joseph Truitt, Gabriel Lofland. Ackn 1786 Apr 14.
   ld 1789 Mar 04 DE_SCDR BN13 P539, Abs. P101.
      Grantor: Thomas Evans, Sheriff
      Grantee: Nathan Clifton, Suss, yeoman
      Description: Whereas a parcel of land of 118 ac. originally taken up by a
      patent from the proprietary of MD, dated 1753 Aug 10 by Thomas Clifton
      lately of Suss which tr was called "Good Luck" and on 1783 Oct 29 was
      devised by Thomas Clifton to Fredrick Clifton his son.  And whereas the
      said Nathan Clifton and Thomas Clifton lately recovered judgement agnst
      said Fredrick Clifton for the sum of L24 and 15 shillings. And 50 ac
      seized and sold to Nathan Clifton for L25.
      Witness: Clement Jackson, Jos. Miller. Ackn 1789 Mar 09.

_ Clifton _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   wf 1817 Mar 14 DE, Sussex Co. Wills 1800-1850  Index P5  BG P137
      Proved 1819 Mar 15

Pemberton Clifton _
   wm 1838 Jun 09 DE, Sussex Co. Wills 1800-1850  Index P5  BI P360
      Proved 1842 Nov 17

Catharine A. Clifton _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Clifton _ of Lewes, DE
   mm 1841 Jun 13 Thomas MaGuire _ of Southwark, by Rev. J. Kenneday.  CaCHS
      American Sentinel & Mercantile Advertiser 18410917 Phila, PA.

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Joseph W. Clifton 12
   bm 1825 ___ __ to _ in Delaware
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah _ 12
   bf 1827 ___ __ to ___ in Delaware
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R443 P031 L4 1173/527
      New Jersey, Burlington Co., Burlington
      1850 Aug 19 _. H. Smith Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joseph Clifton             26MWMason                      Del
 Hannah                     24FW                           NJ
 Virginia A.                 2F                            NJ
 James H.                    1M                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R684 P043 L14 353/364 P1[4]3
      New Jersey, Burlington County, Burlington City
      P. O.:Burlington, 1860 Jul 02 Cha... ..ith, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Joseph Clifton             35MWPlasterer               100Del
 Hannah                     33FW                           Del
 Virginia                   12F                            Del
 James                      10M                            Del
 Elizabeth                   4F                            NJ
 Laura                       1F                            NJ
 with Hannah
   Virginia       James          Theo           Joseph W       Elizabeth
   b1848De        b1850De        b185108        b18540409      b18560126NJ
   Laura
   b18581130NJ

Richard W. Clifton _
   bm 1828 ___ __ to _ in Del
   mf ____ ___ __ Eliza Ann Maling _
   bf 1825 ___ __ to Thomas H. Maling _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R451 P004B L16 60/63
      New Jersey, Gloucester County, Franklin Twsp.
      1850 Jul 22 Peter Hamby Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Richard Clifton            22M Teamster                   Del
 Eliza Ann                  22F                            Pa
 Thomas N.                  9mM                            NJ
 Margaret                   19F                            Del
   df 1864 Mar 31
      1864 Apr 02 PA_PPL V_LVII N8 Obit.
         Clifton - On the 31st ult., after a lingering illness, Eliza Ann
      Clifton, wife of Richard W. Clifton, and daughter of Thomas H. Maling, in
      the 39th year of her age.
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend the funeral from the residence of her brother-in-law, Edward
      Keeley, 402 Richmond street, 18th Ward, on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
      1864 Apr 04 PA_PPL V_LVII N9 Obit. Mon. morning repeated.
 with Eliza Ann (nee Maling _) Clifton
   Thomas N _     Amanda F _
   b1849          b18551220

Thomas N. Clifton _
   bm 1849 ___ __ to Richard W. Clifton _ et ux Eliza Ann (nee _) Clifton

Amanda Ferguson Clifton _
   bf 1855 Dec 20 to Richard W. Clifton _ et ux Eliza Ann (nee _) Clifton
   df 1858 Jun 28
      Obit.: 1858 Jun 29 PA_PPL V_ N
      On the 28th inst. Amanda Furguson, daughter of Rich'd W. and Eliza Ann
      Clifton, aged 2 years 7 months and 8 days.
                        There is a Heavenly Shepherd,
                        And ere thy infant charms
                        Had caught the tinge of care or wo,
                        He called thee to his arms.
         The relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the
      funeral, from the residence of her father.  No. 1837 Vienna street, 18th
      Ward late Kensington, at 5 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, 30th instant.
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      Chuck Ivins' line

Thomas Clifton __
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachel H. _ __
   wm 1843 Nov 17 Philadelphia Administration N269 Book B P267, Robert H.
      Christy, Deputy Register
      Rachel H. Clifton, widow of the deceased. Robert D. Clifton, S. E. Conner,
      2nd & Spruce; Matthias Clifton, Marriots Street. Rachel H. Clifton,
      administratrix.
      Signed: Rachel H. Clifton, Robert D. Clifton, Matthias Clifton.
   dm 1843

Daniel Clifton 14
   bm 1780
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Williams 14
   bf 1783
   dm 1817
 with Elizabeth (nee Williams 14) Clifton
   Mathias 15     Robert D 15    Mary 15
   b1804          b1807          b1808

Thomas Clifton _
   bm 1792
   mf ____ ___ __ Katherine A. _ _
   dm 1870 May 28
      Obit.: 1870 May 30 Mon Morn PA_PPL&DT V_LXIX N58
      On the 28th instant. Thomas Clifton, aged 78 years.
         The relatives and friends of the family, also Justus Lodge, No. 186,
      I. U. of O. F. are respectfully invited to attend the, from his late
      residence.  No. _07 Lebanon street, below Catharine between Ninth and
      Tenth, this Monday afternoon, May 30, at 4 o'clock.  Interment at
      Ronaldson Cemetery.  687
 with Katherine A.
   Hannah _
   z18420215inf

Mathias Clifton 15
   bm 1804 ___ __ to Daniel Clifton 14 et ux Elizabeth (nee Williams 14)
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret Ann _ _
      Phila. Ebenezer Church Records 1826-1874. LDS0387888.
   bf 1801
   df 1856 Oct 01
      Obit.: 1856 Oct 02 Thu PA_PPL V_ N
      On the 1st inst.  Mrs. Margaret Ann Clifton, wife of Mr. Mathias Clifton,
      in the 55th year of her age [Delaware and New Orleans papers please copy.]
         The relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the
      funeral, from the residence of her husband, No 419 South Third streed,
      below Cappenter, on Saturday afternoon next, at 2 o'clock without further
      notice.  406.
 with Margaret Ann
   Daniel C _

_ Clifton _
   mm ____ ___ __ William C. Stevenson _

Robert Davis Clifton 15
   bm 1807 ___ __ to Daniel Clifton 14 et ux Elizabeth (nee Williams 14)
      Clifton
   mf ____ ___ __ Susan Cain 15
      Phila. Ebenezer Church Records 1826-1874. LDS0387888.
   bf 1811
   dm 1872 Mar 03
      1872 Mar 06 PA_PPL V_LXXIII N140 Obituary
         Clifton - In Baltimore, on the 3d inst., of consumption, Robert D.
      Clifton, formerly of this city.
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend his funeral, on this Wednesday morning, 4th instant 10 o'clock,
      from the residence of his brother-in-law, Mr. Wm. C. Stevenson, 1525 Gro?
      street.  *652
 with Susan (nee Cain 15) Clifton
   Mary Ann 16    Daniel C 16    John C 16      Robert 16
   b1829____      b18300702      b18320812      b1834

Mary Clifton 15
   bf 1808 ___ __ to Daniel Clifton 14 et ux Elizabeth (nee Williams 14)
      Clifton



Elizabeth W. Clifton 15
   bf 1840 May 23
   zf 1840 Aug 16 by Rv. P. Coombs. Phila. Ebenezer Church Records 1826-1874.
      LDS0387888.
   mm 1856 Aug 12 Charles G. Lopezts 15 Phila. Ebenezer Church Records
      1826-1874. LDS0387888.

Hannah Clifton _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Clifton _ et ux Katherine
   zf 1842 Feb 15 Phila. Ebenezer Church Records 1826-1874. LDS0387888.

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Daniel C. Clifton 16
   bm 1838 May 22 to Mathias Clifton 15 et ux Margaret Ann in PA.
   zm 1839 May 09 Phila. Ebenezer Church Records 1826-1874. LDS0387888.
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Mary Ann Clifton 16
   bf 1829 ___ __ to Robert Davis Clifton 15 et ux Susan (nee Cain 15) Clifton
   mm ____ ___ __ William Henry Williams 16
   bm 1824
 with William Henry Williams 16
   Ellen 17       Mary 17        David C 17
   b1851          b1854          b1858

Daniel C. Clifton 16
   bm 1830 Jul 02 to Robert Davis Clifton 15 et ux Susan (nee Cain 15) Clifton
   zm 1840 Apr 19 Phila. Ebenezer Church Records 1826-1874. LDS0387888.
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret F. Clifton 16
   df 1868 Aug 11
      Obit.: 1868 Aug 12 Wed Morn PA_PPL V_LXV N_
      Clifton - On the 11th inst. Lily L. daughter of Daniel C. and Margaret F.
      Clifton, aged 15 month and 15 days.
              The lovely flower bloomed a while
                 In the paths of sorrow below.
              It now enjoys the Saviour's smile,
                 Eternally to grow.
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend the funeral, from the residence of her parents, N. E. corner Third
      and Wharton streets, on Thursday afternoon, at three o'clock.  To proceed
      to Wharton Street Church Vault.   *515
   dm 1870 Jan 13 ????
      Obit.: 1870 Jan 15 PA_PPL Sat Morn V_LXLIII N98
      On the 13th inst., Burton J. Kollock, only son of Daniel C. and Margaret
      F. Clifton, aged 11 months and 21 days.
                 Gone to bloom in the garden above.
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend the funeral from the residence of his parents, N. E. corner of
      Third and Wharton streets, on Monday, 17th inst. at 2 o'clock.  To proceed
      to Wharton Street Church Vault.  ** _72
   n. Burton J. Kollock may refer to their minister's name.
   dm<1863 Nov and >1860 Jul?
 with Margaret (nee _ _) Clifton
   Robert D 17    Margaret 17
   b1857          b186104


John C. Clifton 16
   bm 1832 Aug 02 to Robert Davis Clifton 15 et ux Susan (nee Cain 15) Clifton
   zm 1840 Apr 19 Phila. Ebenezer Church Records 1826-1874. LDS0387888.
   dm 1875 Apr 27
      1875 Apr 29 PA_PPL V_LXXIX N31
         Clifton - On the 27th inst., John C., son of the late Robert D. and
      Susan Clifton, in the 43d year of his age.
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend the funeral, on Friday morning, at 10 1/2 o'clock, from the
      residence of his cousin Daniel C. Clifton, 1322 Torman street, above
      Broad and below Wharton.  #685?

Robert Clifton 16
   bm 1834 ___ __ to Robert Davis Clifton 15 et ux Susan (nee Cain 15) Clifton

_ Clifton _
   bf
   mm ____ ___ __ Jesse W. Tittermary _

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Robert D. Clifton 17
   bm 1857 ___ __ to Daniel Clifton 16 et ux Margaret
   dm 1872 Jan 06
      1872 Jan 08 PA_PPL VLXXII N90
         Clifton - Of small pox, on the 6th instant, Robert D. Clifton, aged
      15 years, son of Margaret and the late Daniel Clifton.
         Buried from the residence of his uncle, Jesse W. Tittermary, No. 910
      Passeyunk avenue, below Christian street.    *62

Margaret Clifton 17
   bf 1861 Apr __ to Daniel Clifton 16 et ux Margaret (nee _ 16) Clifton
   df 1863 Nov 19
      1863 Nov 20 PA_PPL V_LVI N53 Fri. morning
         Clifton - On the 19th instant, Margaret Clifton, infant daughter of
      Margaret and the late Daniel Clifton, aged 2 years and 7 months.
         The male relatives of the family are invited to attend the funeral, on
      Saturday afternoon, at three o'clock, from the residence of her mother
      No. 1017 South Sixth street.  *782.

LINKAGE END 11  Thomas Clifton/Rachel H.

   n. 2001/11 Note on Glenn's gatherings on a Rachel Clifton
      William Chambers line (West Creek). I verified through a
      couple documents that Abigale (Abegal/ Abigail/ Abagale)
      Townsend or Townley--as Roy Hand put it--was indeed Abigail
      Townsend. In fact, she was the daughter of Solomon Townsend
      according to his will. The will twice and its accounting
      name Abigail Townsend as the wife of John Carlisle, Sr. All
      these folks were from the Cedar Creek Hundred in Sussex
      County. John Carlisle later married Rachel Clifton (apparent
      maiden name) Townsend as his second wife. In John's will,
      his daughter Abigail is named "Chambers," and in the
      accounting, the 1811 payment was made to her second husband,
      John Chambers. Her first husband was Spencer Chance. Not only
      were her father and her 5 siblings in DE, but her
      grandfather, William Townsend was there, also--as were all
      her uncles, aunts, cousins, etc.
      John Carlisle, "Sr.," one of several John Carlisles, seems
      to be the son of Thomas Carlisle and Elizabeth Brown,
      daughter of Pemberton Brown. If so he had a brother named
      "Pemberton Carlisle," and that may account for the fact that
      a Pemberton Carlisle of a later era is buried in the
      Leesburg Cemetery. I have not had the chance to see if it
      was John's brother William Carlisle who accmpanied William
      Chambers, John Chance, and their families on their
      relocation to Cumberland County, NJ. But I'm sure the answer
      is ther somewhere.
      Glenn
      I do have a little more, on second thought. The bond for
      John Carlisle's will was signed by Thomas Clifton, a likely
      brother-in-law. He was also one of the witnesses to the
      will. After a little more studying, I realized that Rachel
      had a grandson Luke Townsend and a son John Townsend.
      According to Solomon Townsend, Sr's will, his son Luke had a
      son John. This would be consistent with Rachel being the
      widow of Luke Townsend, brother to Abigail Townsend, who
      first married John Carlisle. If this holds up, then Carlisle
      would have married his sister-in-law (wife's brother's
      widow) as his second wife. Uncle Dad?
      There are two or more generations of Luke Townsend wills
      available in the Delaware State Archives, so next trip in,
      this can be answered. [The wills are filmed in alphabetical
      order!!!] Furthermore, there might be more insight into the
      marriage.
      In a non-scholarly work at the archives, I noticed that this
      Rachel Clifton supposedly married Thomas Carlisle (John's
      brother) whereas her sister Elizabeth married John Carlisle
      after marrying a Townsend. The evidence seems to weigh
      heavily against such circumstances, but it might be a clue
      that Rachel had a sister Elizabeth Clifton. Supposedly, the
      girls' mother was named Tabitha.


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LINKAGE BEGIN 12  Thomas Albert Clifton - mariner of NC/Daniel Clifton's line
                  information (all) from Daniel Clifton
                  dclifton@ati.com, dclifton@cfl.rr.com

Charles Clifton 12
   bm>1730
   dm<1790
 with
   Elizabeth 13   _ 13           Rhoda 13       _ 13           _ 13
   b              b              b              b              b
   Thomas 13
   ~1785
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Thomas Clifton 13
   bm~1785
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Blount 13
   bf~1785 ___ __ to Edmund Blount 12 et ux Hannah (nee Fagan 12) Blount
   n. Edmund Blount, born Abt. 1716; died Abt. 1794.  He was the son of
      Benjamin Blount and Elizabeth Everett.  He married Hannah Fagan
      1766 May 15 She was the daughter of Bedford Fagan.
          Children of Edmund Blount and Hannah Fagan are:
                 i. Levi Blount
                ii. Esther Blount
               iii. Ezekiel Blount
                iv. Luke Blount
                vi.
                 v. Unknown Blount
   dm>1840
   df>1840
 with Elizabeth (nee Blount 13) Clifton
   _ 14           Mary 14        _ 14           Edmund 14
   b              <1816          b              <1816

Edmund Clifton 14
 with
   Daniel L 15

Thomas Blount Clifton 14
   bm 1820 Aug 31 to Thomas Clifton 13 et ux Elizabeth (nee Blount 13) Clifton
   mf~1843 ___ __ _ _ 14
   mf~1859 ___ __ Martha Brown 14
   bf~1831 ___ __ to James Brown 13 et ux Nancy
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P168 L00 274/274
      NC, Plymouth
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Thomas Clifton             39M Mate of the Vipsia         ?
   n.Mate on lightship Vipsia, Roanoke River Light Station near Plymouth in 1860
     From Coast Guard records of early lightships:
     Designation: "MM"
     Tonnage: 12; wood hull
     Station: 1835-1861: Roanoke River (NC)
     Note: Removed, sunk or destroyed by Confederate forces
   mf 1866 Jan 24 Sarah Cooper 14
   bf ____ ___ __ to _ Cooper 13 et ux Sarah
   n. Lighthouse keeper at Roanoke River lighthouse in 1870 and 1880.
   mf~1872 ___ __ Penelope Catherine Sanderlin 14 in Plymouth, NC.
   bf 1846 Sep 25 to Thomas Sanderlin 13 et ux Priscilla (nee Craddock 13)
      Sanderlin, Thomas, a confederate soldier, died by drowning on way home
      from the war.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R_    V    E    P     L  /
      NC, Albemarle Sound
      PO: , 1880 , Ass't Marshal

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Thomas Clifton                                     Lighthouse Keeper

   n.
   dm 1820 Aug 31
   n. Thomas B. Clifton Cemetery
      Plymouth Township - Washington Co. - Plymouth, NC
      Location:  Leaving Hwy 32 entering Hwy North on Old Roper Road -
      go .2 mile - cemetery on right about 200 yards from the road.
      CLIFTON, Thomas B. - August 31, 1820 - August 5, 1901 - A
      sinner saved by grace - Wife:  Penelope Catherine Sanderlin.
      CLIFTON, Penelope Catherine - September 25, 1846 - March 10,
      1926 - Husb:  Thomas B. Clifton - Par:  Thomas Sanderlin &
      Priscilla Craddock.  Precious in the sight of the Lord is the
      death of His saints.
   df 1926
 with Martha (nee Brown 15) Clifton
   David 15       Samuel 15
   ~1844          ~1845
 with _
   Warren 15      Evora 15
   ~1861          ~1863
 with _
   John 15        Lulu 15
   ~1867          ~1870
 with Catherine (nee Sanderson 14) Clifton
   William B 15   Donna 15       Lucy 15        Ernest S 15    Jesse 15
   b187310        ~1875          b187907        b18820219      ~1884

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Daniel Layton Clifton 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edmund Clifton 14
   n. more at GenForum  2000 Oct 22 Jack Kinner & Patsy Abel
 with
   Mercy M 16

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David Clifton 15
   bm~1844 ___ __ to Thomas Albert Clifton 14 et ux Martha (nee Brown 14)
      Clifton

Samuel Clifton 15
   bm~1845 ___ __ to Thomas Albert Clifton 14 et ux Martha (nee Brown 14)
      Clifton

Warren Clifton 15
   bm~1861 ___ __ to Thomas Albert Clifton 14 et ux

Evora Clifton 15
   bf~1863 ___ __ to Thomas Albert Clifton 14 et ux

John Clifton 15
   bm~1867 ___ __ to Thomas Albert Clifton 14 et ux

Lulu Clifton 15
   bf~1870 ___ __ to Thomas Albert Clifton 14 et ux

William Benjamin Clifton 15
   bm 1873 Oct __ to Thomas Albert Clifton 14 et ux Catherine (nee Sanderson 14)
      Clifton
   n. appointed keeper of Albemarle Sound lighthouse when his father Thomas
      Albert Clifton retired and worked there until he also retired.

Donna Clifton 15
   bf~1875 ___ __ to Thomas Albert Clifton 14 et ux Catherine (nee Sanderson 14)
      Clifton
   df~1885 of fever.

Lucy Clifton 15
   bf 1879 Jul __ to Thomas Albert Clifton 14 et ux Catherine (nee Sanderson 14)
      Clifton

Ernest Sylvester Clifton 15
   bm 1882 Feb 19 to Thomas Albert Clifton 14 et ux Catherine (nee Sanderson 14)
      Clifton
   mf
   n. grandfather of Daniel Clifton.
 with

Jesse Clifton 15
   bm~1884 ___ __ to Thomas Albert Clifton 14 et ux Catherine (nee Sanderson 14)
      Clifton
   dm~1894 by drowning.

LINKAGE END 12  Thomas Albert Clifton - mariner of NC/Daniel Clifton's line

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LINKAGE BEGIN 13  Eldridge Clifton - from NC
      Most information from Gary F. Clifton

Eldridge Clifton 13
   bm~1788 ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Susan _ 13
   bf 1806
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R___ P___A L__ 000/000
      Tennessee, Hardin Co.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, ___________ Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Eldridge Clifton                                          NC
 Susan                      45
 Barbara                    22
 Martha                     20
 Malinda                    18
 Nancy                      16
 Harriet                    14
 Janette                    12
 Tempe                       6
 Eldridge                    7
 William                    13
 John                        9
 with Susan
   Barbra 14      Martha 14      Malinda 14     Nancy 14       Harriet 14
   b1829          b1831          b1833          b1835          b1837
   Janette 14     Eldridge 14    Tempe 14
   b1839          b1843          b1845

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Barbra Clifton 14
   bf 1829 ___ __ to Eldridge Clifton 13 et ux Susan

Martha Clifton 14
   bf 1831 ___ __ to Eldridge Clifton 13 et ux Susan

Malinda Clifton 14
   bf 1833 ___ __ to Eldridge Clifton 13 et ux Susan

Nancy Clifton 14
   bf 1835 ___ __ to Eldridge Clifton 13 et ux Susan

Harriet Clifton 14
   bf 1837 ___ __ to Eldridge Clifton 13 et ux Susan

Janette Clifton 14
   bf 1339 ___ __ to Eldridge Clifton 13 et ux Susan

Eldridge Clifton 14
   bm 1843 ___ __ to Eldridge Clifton 13 et ux Susan
   ld 1853/08/01 BLM   MO 14119  MO3640__.140
   ld 1857/09/01 BLM   AR 7620  AR1010__.091
   ld 1859/07/01 BLM   AR 9747  AR1030__.188
   ld 1860/02/01 BLM   AR 9950  AR1040__.153
   ld 1913/06/25 BLM   NM - 343676
   n. Just a sample of what Gary knows.

Tempe Clifton 14
   bf 1845 ___ __ to Eldridge Clifton 13 et ux Susan

LINKAGE END 13  Eldridge Clifton - from NC

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   n. 1830 November, THE LADY'S BOOK ITEM #220
      Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Volume 1 - Page 233
      For the Lady's Book.
      FUGIT HORA.
      FUGIT HORA - we may trace,
      On the dial's silent face,
      How time passes, day by day,
      With unwearied steps sway.
         Fugit hora - yet the mind,
         Depressed by care and grief,
         To future hours is still resign'd,
         In hopes they'll bring relief.
            Fugit hora - yet repose
            May not with years increase;
            Nor can we hope till life shall close,
            To find unsullied peace.
               Fugit hora - yet wilt thou
               Our weary footsteps guide,
               Until before thy throne we bow,
               Thy mandate to abide.
                  Fugit hora - as we trace
                  The shadows on the dial's face;
                  Oh! let our thoughts turn to that day,
                  When we ourselves shall pass away.
                                          CLIFTON.
   n. 1748 December 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10302
      Lately published at New York, and to be sold by DAVID HALL, at
      the Post Office, Philadelphia (Price 3s. 6d.) The History of
      the LATE REBELLION in GREAT BRITAIN, Collected from authentick
      Memoirs, Letters, and Intelligencies, as well private as
      publick; being a genuine and impartial Account of all the
      Battles, Sieges, Enterprizes and Exploits, that have been
      fought, undertaken or executed, during the Progress of this
      unnatural Rebellion; the Oppression and Cruelties of the
      Rebels: With a particular Description of the several Actions
      at Preston Pans, Clifton, Falkirk, and Culloden; the Sieges
      and Defence of the Castles of Endinburgh and Stirling; the
      Surrender of Carlisle to the Rebels, and the re-taking it by
      His MajestyForces, under the Command or Prince William,
      Duke of Cumberland. Likewise a succinct Relation of what has
      happenat Sea, relative to this Rebellion; with many other
      Incidents, never yet made publick. By JOHN MARCHANT Gent.
      Author of the Exposition of the Old and New Testament.
      Published by His MajestyAuthority.
   n. 1752 September 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14810
      RUN away on the 23d inst. from William McCrea, of
      Philadelphia, Ship joiner, An apprentice lad, named William
      Clifton, 17 years of age, of a brown complexion, about 5 feet
      5 inches high, and is full fac: Had on, An old blue pea
      jacket, check shirt and check trowsers, old castor hat,
      generally wears it stopping over his eyes, and wears large
      brass buckles in his shoes. 'Tis supposed he is gone to Dorset
      county, in Maryland, to his relations, he having a mother
      there, named Sarah Clifton; and it is supposed he is gone in a
      shallop to Mushmelon creek. Whoever secures said apprentice,
      so as his master may have him again, shall have Four Pounds
      reward, current money of Pennsylvania, and reasonable charges,
      paid by WILLIAM McCREA.
   n. 1753 February 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15289
      WILLIAMSBURGH, December 8.
      Last Friday Night about 11 a Clock, the Play House in this
      City was broke open by one White Man and two Negroes, who
      violently assaulted and wounded Patrick Maloney, Servant to the
      Company, by knocking him down, and throwing him upon the Iron
      Spikes, one of which ran into his Leg, by which he hung for a
      considerable Time, till he was relieved by some Negroes: The
      Villains that perpetrated this horrid Fact escaped, but as a
      Reward is offered for apprehending them, and as the aforesaid
      Patrick Maloney continues dangerously ill of his Wounds, it is
      hoped they will be taken and brought to Justice.
      December 15. At the Court of Oyer & Terminer, began on
      Thursday last, the following Criminals were brought to their
      Trials, viz.
      Alexander Gauling, for robbing on the Highway, guilty.  Death.
      John Clifton, for Felony, in picking a Pocket, guilty.  Death.
      Thomas Aubery, alias Smith, for Horse stealing, guilty.  Death.
      John Robinson, for Felony, pleaded guilty. Burnt in the Hand.
      December 29. We have a melancholy Account from Southampton,
      that a few Days ago, two Men hunting in the Woods, a little
      Distance from each other, one of them observsomething move
      among the Leaves, and imagining it to be a Deer, immediately
      fired, and killhis Companion dead on the Spot.
   n. 1753 April 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15415
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Ship Clifton, Thomas Fell from Jamaica.
      Sloop Dolphin, Thomas Leech from St. Eustatia.
      Brig Neptune, Henry Dickinson from Ditto.
      OUTWARDS.  Ship Mary, James Taylor for Maryland.
      CLEARED.  Ship Mary, James Taylor to Maryland.
      Sloop Dolphin, Samuel Hodgkins to Boston.
   n. 1753 April 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15453
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Schooner Bredah, John Gilbert from Bermuda.
      OUTWARDS.  Brig. Neptune, Henry Dickinson for So. Carolina.
      Snow Clifton, Thomas Fell for Jamaica.
   n. 1753 April 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15480
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Sea Flower, Thomas Palmer, from Piscataqua.
      OUTWARDS. Sloop Sea Flower, Thomas Palmer, for Piscataqua.
      CLEARED. Snow Clifton, Thomas Fell, to Jamaica.
   n. 1753 May 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15531
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Schooner Charles and Betty, Thomas Clifton from Lewes Town.
   n. 1753 June 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15758
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be sold by public
      vendue, on the seventh day of July next, at three a clock in
      the afternoon, on the premises, a messuage, plantation and
      tract of land, situate in Bristol township, beginning at a
      corner on the north side of Tacony creek, being a corner of
      Griffith Griffithland, and adjoining the lands of Thomas
      Roberts, Robert Whartnaby, John Marle, and Wilcox Phillips,
      and running 110 perches upon a road leading to Philadelphia,
      containing 164 acres.
      Also a lot of ground, on the 9th day of July, at two a
      clock, at the Indian King, situate on the east side of Third
      street, between Mulberry street and Sassafras street, in the
      city of Philadelphia, containing in breadth, on Third street,
      15 feet, and in length 195 feet, bounded westward with Third
      street, northward with Wilcox Phillipsground, eastward with
      ground of James Morgotroid, and southward with ground late of
      Henry Clifton, deceased. And also one other lot of ground, on
      the same day, situate in the Northern Liberties of the said
      city, and on the west side of Second street, containing in
      breadth, on the said street, 16 feet 8 inches, and in length
      70 feet, bounded eastward with Second street, northward with
      William Bransonlot, southward with Wilcox Phillipslot,
      and westward with a three foot alley, late the estate of
      Erasmus Stevens; taken in execution, by SAMUEL MORRIS, sheriff.
   n. 1753 June 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15772
      Philadelphia, June 28, 1753.
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be sold by publick
      vendue, on the 28th day of July next, at three a clock in the
      afternoon, on the premises, a plantation, and tract of land,
      situate in Bristol township, beginning at a corner on the
      north side of Tacony creek, being a corner of Griffith
      Griffith, land, and adjoining the land of Thomas Roberts,
      and the road to Philadelphia and the said creek, containing
      112 acres, and 139 perches.
      Also five lots of woodland, situate in said township,
      each lot containing 10 acres, or thereabouts, adjoining the
      lands of Thomas Roberts, Robert Whartenby, and John Marll. A
      plan of the whole may be seen at time and place of sale, or at
      any time before at William Branson, in Philadelphia.
      Also a lot of ground, on the 9th day of July, at two a
      clock, at the Indian King, situate on the east side of third
      street, between Mulberry street and Sassafras street, in the
      city of Philadelphia, containing in breadth, on third street,
      15 feet, and in length 195 feet, bounded westward on Third
      street, northward with Wilcox Phillipground, eastward with
      ground of James Morgotroid, and southward with ground late of
      Henry Clifton, deceased. And also one other lot of ground, on
      the same day, situate to the Northern Liberties of the said
      city, and on the west side of Second street, containing in
      breadth, on the said street, 16 feet 8 inches, and in length
      70 feet, bounded eastward with Second street, northward with
      William Bransonlot, southward with Wilcox Phillipslot,
      and westward with a three foot alley, late the estate of
      Erasmus Stevens; taken in execution, by SAMUEL MORRIS,
      sheriff.
   n. 1753 October 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #16243
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be exposed to sale,
      by publick vendue, The following lots of ground and rents, in
      and near the city of Philadelphia, viz. On the 12th day of
      November, about 10 a clock, at John Biddle, A lot or piece
      of ground, containing in breadth 16 feet 8 inches, and in
      length 70 feet, bounded on the east by Second street, on the
      north by William Branson ground, on the west by a three feet
      alley, and on the south by Willcox Philipsground.
      On the same day, about 2 a clock, another lot of ground,
      bounded on the north by the Proprietaryground, on the east
      by William Bransonground, on the south by Wood street, and
      on the west by Willcox Philipsground, containing 69 feet
      and a half on the Wood street, and 50 feet from Wood street to
      the Proprietaryground.
      On the same day, about 4 a clock, another lot of ground,
      195 feet in length, and 15 feet in breath, bounded on the west
      by James street, on the north by Willcox Philipsground, on
      the east by James Morgetroidground, and on the south by
      ground late of Henry Clifton, deceased.
      On the 13th day of November, about 2 a clock, the yearly
      rent or sum of Five Pounds, issuing out of a lot of ground, in
      the tenure of Benjamin Hooton, and William Lawrence.
      On the same day, about 4 a clock, another yearly rent or
      sum of Eight Pounds, Seven Shillings, and Six pence, issuing
      out of a lot of ground in the tenure of Aquila Jones, and John
      Philip Dold, late the estate of Erasmus Stevens; taken in
      execution, by SAMUEL MORRIS, sheriff.
   n. 1754 August 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #17285
      PHILADELPHIA, August 15.
      ARRIVALS.
      Clifton, Gibbons;
      At WHITEHAVEN, The Orange, Shaw, from North Carolina.
      At LIVERPOOL, The Jonathan, Preston, from North Carolina.
   n. 1755 June 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #18430
      Imported in the last ships from London, a fresh parcel of Drugs
      and Medicines, and to be sold by WILLIAM CLIFTON,
      At the late dwelling house of John Clifton, deceased, opposite
      Mr. Nicholas Scull, inn Second street, where constant
      attendance will be given by a proper person, and customers
      supplied the cheapest rates, for ready money or short credit,
      GUM scammony, myrrh, styrax, calm, benjamin, galgahum,
      ammoniac, copel, mastic, arabic, guajac, benjamin com.
      camphire, opium, assafaetids, hog, aloes, hepatic. ditto
      succitrin, tragacanth, gut. gamb. faag. bracon, & thus. Balsom
      capivi, perv. tolut, sulph. anis, locateli, Turlington, &
      frumaticum. Oyl of mac. p. exp. palmae, laurin, spicae, amygd.
      dulc. amber, juniper, rorismarin, anisi. sulp. cant. lavend.
      sabinae, chamae i. cinnamon, cloves, vitriol, olivarum, &
      British. Spirits of C.C. cum. calc. nitri. fortis, nitri. dulc.
      sal. vol. oleos. fal. armon. lavead. croce, vitriol,
      turpentine; Tinct. castor, mart. myns, sal. tartar, bezoartica,
      astringt. rhubarb; bal. colu. myrrh, sacra, benjamin,
      cantharid. jallap; Syrup poppies esp. ceru, bals. tolu; Mercur.
      dulc. praecipt. rhub. sublim. corros, turpeth mineral,
      praecipt. virid; Rad. rhubarb, imperator, elleb. nig.
      berthworth, zedoar, eryng, contrayerv. gentian, velarian, sylv.
      Virginia, anchusae, liquorice, agaric, angelic. hysp., jailap,
      ipecacuana, tormentilla, gallangal, ering. preserv, & snake
      root; Cinnab. nativ. antim. fact. Sem. carroway, coriand,
      foeniculi. foenugraec, cardam. min. anisi. cubebs, & grana
      paradis; Bacc. lauri. juniper; Laps. calaminar, tutae; Aerug.
      aeris, gallic. ditto angelic, ditto distill; Cort. granator,
      peruv. winter, casarilla; Sal pernella, glaub. cathartamer,
      nitrum, armoniac, erud. vitriol, absinth martis, vol. armon,
      vol. cornu, cerv. vol. succini, tartari, Floir. balaust,
      sulphur, chamoemel, senna; Pulv. peruv. colocynth, ipecacuana,
      rhubarb; Ung. album, populn, diathae, basilic. nig. Liquid
      laud. londin, elixir propriet. isinglass, sagoe, virtiol, alb.
      ditto rom. litharg. auri. nuc, vomicae allom, rup.
      ellow amber, copperas, colocynth, cocul, indic. crem tartar,
      croc. metall. bol. armon. manha, opt. ditto secund. coral rub.
      borax, venet, bitrum, antimon. sacch. saturni. coccinel, croc.
      hispan, croc. anglic. ocul. cancror, ocul. canc. ppt. arsen,
      alba ditto flav. scordium, misleto of oak, terra japon, staves
      acre, burgundy pitch, serat. Turners, kermes, mineral, AEthiops
      mineral, linim. arcaei, terebinth, echio. ditto venet, castor
      russ. Spec. aetheriac. diascordi, hiera picra; Tartar vitriol,
      emetic, rub; Elect lenitivum, spermeceti, cantharidies,
      aetherial oil of turpentine, arcan dupl. tartariztartar,
      quicksilver, ditto ointment, tartar cride, antim. diaphoret,
      musk, cride antimony, galls, poppy heads, resin, jallap, powder
      jallap, liquorice ball, Barbados tar, spa water; Emp.
      adhernium, de minio. oxycroc. diacritic, fmp. cum gum.
      mercurial, melilot, Dr. Batemandrops, Dr. Benjamin Godfrey
      cordial large and small cyprus sieves, Hungary water, pill
      boxes, glister sirrenges, fistula ditto, chirurgeons
      instruments, double flint phials, with ground stoppers, common
      phials and corks, glister pipes, globe lamps; Prussian and
      powder blue, red and white lead, enameland venetian red,
      umber, Spanish white and brown, wood, red saunders, brown and
      yellow oaker, ground and unground, white lead and yellow oaker
      ground in oil, put up in small kegs, fine Dutch and English
      pink, brown pink, fine zaffee. Hempen and flaxen ozenbrigs,
      broad cloths, bed ticks, striped linen, India chints, calicoes,
      printed linen, camblets, duroys, yd. wd. checks, buckram,
      packets of lawn and cambrick, muslin, womens best white silk
      hose, white and brocaded silk shoes, damask ditto, gause cocoa
      and ivory stick fans, fruit and flower pieces, with glass
      before the gilding, in the neatest manner, London needles,
      corking pins, sewing silk, worsted binding ferrits, bobbin,
      gartering, tapes, nonsopretties, HolmanLondon ink powder,
      bohea and green tea, cinnamon, mace, nutmegs, cloves, coat and
      vest metal buttons, superfine brass and stag handle penknives,
      10, 11, 12, 13, and 14 inch spring and plate stock locks, 6 and
      7 inch three bolt brass knob locks, 5 and 6 inch two bolt
      ditto, 5, 5 and a half, and 6 inch ribbdrawbrack locks,
      spring brass knob locks, fine and coarse thumb latches, ketches
      and staples, London made hooks and hinges, suitable for large
      buildings, a choice parcel of ben leather soals, and sundry
      other goods.
      N.B. All persons indebted to the estate of John Clifton
      deceased, are desired to make speedy payment: And all those
      that have any demands against said estate, to bring in their
      accounts, that they may be adjusted by ELEANOR, ELIZABETH and
      WILLIAM CLIFTON, executors.
   n. 1758 July 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22085
      A LIST of LETTERS remaining at the Post Office, in Philadelphia.
      William Adams, John Allen, all in Philadelphia.  John Allison, Esq; (2)
      Lancaster County; Thomas Basset, Esq; Edward Campbell, Mrs. Clifton,
      James Campbell, Thomas Campbell (2) Robert Campbell, in New Castle County;
      William Campbell, Baskin Ridge; Dickenson, Cumberland County.
      John Fisher, all in Philadelphia.  Wildow Gilbert, in Philadelphia.
      William Humphreys, Mary Hand, Cape May. Hugh James, Anna Maria King (2)
      Abraham King, in Lancaster Co. Dr. Thomas Lloyd, Elisha Lewis,
      Joseph Leech, Esq; Mary Lloyd, in Pennsylvania;
   n. 1760 May 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #24790
      TO be sold, by way of publick vendue, on Saturday, the seventh
      day of June next, at four o'Clock in the afternoon, at the
      house of John Stilwaggon, in the Northern Liberties of the
      city of Philadelphia, six lots of ground, each containing 20
      feet front on Front street continued, and 84 feet in depth,
      situate near the bridge known by the name of Poolebridge,
      subject to a ground rent of Two Shillings and Six pence
      currency per foot per annum. There are good foundations of
      stone sunk for a house on each of the lots. A plan of the
      whole may be seen at the London Coffee house, at the place of
      sale, and at the owners, ELEANOR CLIFTON, ELIZABETH CLIFTON,
      and WILLIAM CLIFTON, execut.
   n. 1760 May 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #24807
      Just imported, and to be sold very reasonable, by NATHANIEL
      TWEEDY, Druggist, At the shop of the late Mr. John Clifton,
      deceased, in Second street, between Arch and Race streets, and
      opposite Mr. Nicholas Scull,
      A FRESH assortment of drugs, chemical and galenical medicines,
      also Batemandrops, Daffyelixir, British oil, Stoughton
      bitters, fine lavender and hungary water, &c. &c.
   n. 1760 September 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #25414
      Nathaniel Tweedy, Druggist, At the shop of the late Mr. John
      Clifton, deceased, in Second street, between Arch and Race
      streets, has imported in the Philadelphia Packet, Capt.
      Budden, from London, and to be sold at the very lowest prices,
      A VERY large and fresh assortment of drugs, chymical and
      galenical medicines, with all kinds of furniture for doctors,
      and apothecaries shops, capital and cases of pocket
      instruments, cases of needles, best London and common lancets,
      with shagreen cases, tooth drawers, boxes scales and weights,
      small ivory syringes, phials, pots, corks, pill boxes, spices
      of all kinds. Likewise Batemanpectoral drops, Stoughton
      elixir, Godfreycordial, Andersonor Scots pills, Daffy
      elixir, Hooperfemale pills, Lockyerpills, Bostock
      elixir, spirits of scurvy grass, British oil, Dr. James
      fever powders, Frauncefemale elixir, fine Hungary water,
      double distilled lavender ditto, honey water, anodyne
      necklaces for childreneasy breeding of teeth. Also medicine
      chests, or boxes, of all prices, with proper directions, for
      captains of ships, who do not carry a doctor.
      N.B. Said Tweedy will take a Lad as an Apprentice, on very
      good terms.
   n. 1760 December 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #25839
      NATHANIEL TWEEDY, Druggist,
      HAS removed his Shop and Store from the House of Mrs. Clifton
      in Second street, to the House that Captain Harrison lately
      lived in, in Market street, between First and Second streets,
      a few Doors above Franklin and Hall Printing Office, and
      opposite the Post Office, at the Golden Eagle; where he has
      just imported, and to be sold Wholesale or Retail, at the very
      lowest Prices, A very large and complete Assortment of Drugs,
      Chymical and Galenical Medicines, Spices of all Kinds,
      Surgeons Capital and Pocket Instruments, cases of crooked
      Needles, best London Lancets, Furniture for Doctors and
      Apothecaries Shops, BatemanDrops, StoughtonElixir,
      AndersonPills, British Oil, Balsam of Health, Bostick
      Cordial, GodfreyCordial, Daffy;s Elixir, FrauncisFemale
      Elixir. best French Lavender and Hungary Water, Jamesfever
      Powders, KingHoney Water, LockyerPills, SquireGrand
      Elixir, TurlingtonBalsam, HooperPills, Phials, Pots, &c.
      &c.
   n. 1762 March 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #28353
      NOTICE is hereby given to young Gentlemen and Ladies who
      desire to learn the FRENCH or GERMAN Languages, the same
      Pronunciation of Mr. Gottsched, Professor in Saxony; that they
      may be taught by ADALBERT EBERT, at Mr. Jacob Dietrich,
      Tobacco Merchant and Shopkeeper in Second street, between Arch
      and Race streets, the Corner House, near Mrs. Clifton, in
      Philadelphia.
   n. 1762 August 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #29090
      LIST or LETTERS remaining in the POST OFFICE in Philadelphia.
      Joseph Adams, Joseph Allen, William Clifton, Capt. W. Falkner, Lydia
      Fisher, Richard King, Nicholas Lloyd, Patrick Power, Ab. Russell, Jos.
      Russell, Samuel Shaw, John Young (2) in Philadelphia; Samuel Young,
      Chester County
   n. 1764 July 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #33784
      LIST of LETTERS remaining in the Post Office Philadelphia.
      JOSEPH ADAMS, in Philadelphia; John Allason, Bucks County.
      John Baldwin, in Philadelphia; Neal Campbell, James Clifton,
      Alexander Campbell, Susannah Fowler, Charles Hubs, Germantown;
      Thomas Johnson, Thomas James, Robert Johnson, Bucks Co.
      Anna Lewis, Carlisle; Richard Roberts (2) Abraham Russell,
      Samuel Scott, Lancaster; Charles Taylor, Nicholas Taylor, in Philadelphia;
      John Williams, Isaac Williams, Philip Williams, in Philadelphia;
      Patrick Young, Thomas Young, in Philadelphia.
   n. 1765 October 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #36898
      A LIST of LETTERS remaining in the Post Office Philadelphia.
      WILLIAM ASHTON, David Archibald, Oxford;
      William Clifton, John Gilbert, Esq; George Gilbert, Frederick Gilbert,
      Germantown; H. Fanny Henry, Robert Henry.
      John Johnson, Bucks County; William Johnson, Robert Johnson.
      Alexander Power, Bucks County.  John Russel, Bucks County;
      Michael Shaw, Lower Dublin (2) Isaac Taylor (2) Claudius Taylor (2)
      Robert Young, Peter Young.
      It is the Custom in the Post Office, when the Letters have
      lain 24 Hours after the Post arrives, to send them by the
      Penny Post round the Town, and those whose owners cannot be
      found, are returned, and put in separate Pidgeon Holes by
      themselves. As many People have complained that their Letters
      have lain in the Office when they have called several Times,
      it is requested, that those who have expected Letters some
      Time before they ask, would mention it, and the old Letters
      will be looked over, which may prevent Disappointments.
   n. 1767 December 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #41582
      FIVE POUNDS Reward.
      TAKEN or let out of a Pasture near this City, on the 19th of last
      Month, two HORSES; one a large dark bay, about 16 Hands high, his
      near hind Foot white, with a white Spot on his near Shoulder,
      about as big as a ManFinger Nail, paces a slow Travel, trots and
      hand gallops well, and was shod all round. The other almost black,
      about 15 Hands high, paces and trots some; has a small Star, and
      is a little long sided, about ten Years old, and was shod all
      round. Whoever will bring said Horses to the Subscribers, living
      in Philadelphia, shall have the above Reward, or Fifty Shillings
      for either, and reasonable Charges, paid by DANIEL OFFLEY, or
      WILLIAM CLIFTON.
   n. 1768 June 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42746
      To be SOLD by public vendue, At the house of the widow Jenkins,
      the sign of the Conestogoe Waggon, in Market street, on Wednesday,
      the 20th of July, at six oin the evening; or at any time before,
      by private sale; A GOOD two story brick house, two story brick
      kitchen, with back buildings, and lot of ground on the north side
      of Market street, nearly opposite the Conestogoe Waggon, and well
      situate for shop keeping, or other public business. The lot
      contains in breadth 16 feet front, on Market street, and in length
      or depth 100 feet, bounded on the east by a house and lot
      belonging to Robert Waln, on the west by a house and lot belonging
      to William Jones, and on the north by land of Jonathan Price, with
      the privilege of an alley, and is subject to a groundrent of about
      1 l. 13s. sterling, per annum. For further particulars enquire of
      WILLIAM KOSTOR, cooper, in Walnut street, above Fourth street, or
      of HENRY CLIFTON, joiner, in Third street, above Arch street.
   n. 1768 August 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42947
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be exposed to public
      sale, on Thursday, the 25th day of August, at 6 oin the evening,
      at the London Coffee House, a certain lot or piece of ground,
      situate on the east side of Second street, between Sassafras and
      Mulberry streets, in the city of Philadelphia, containing in
      breadth, on said street, 36 feet 5 inches, and in length or depth
      220 feet, having a large and convenient two story brick messuage,
      brick kitchen, and other out houses erected thereon; late the
      estate of William Clifton; seized and taken in execution by JOSEPH
      REDMAN, Sheriff.
   n. 1768 September 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #43202
      To be SOLD by public vendue, on Thursday, the 22d of September, at
      7 oin the evening, at the London Coffee House, A LOT of GROUND,
      situate in Third street, above Arch street, and nearly opposite
      the New Building, containing in front upon Third street 18 feet,
      and in length or depth 140 feet; bounded on the south and east by
      a house and lots of Henry Clifton, on the north by ground of
      William Clifton, and westward by Third street. Any person
      inclining to purchase, may be informed of particulars, by applying
      to WILLIAM THORNE, Writing Master, in VidalAlley, Second street,
      Philadelphia.
      The said WILLIAM THORNE, having engaged another assistant in his
      said school, is thereby enabled to accommodate an additional
      number of scholars, and the females (if required) will be taught
      in the upper room (formerly the Assembly room.) Also young LADIES,
      whom it may not suit to attend regularly in school hours, may be
      instructed from 11 otill 1, 5 days in the week.
      Writing, vulgar and decimal arithmetic, geometry, mensuration,
      surveying, gauging, navigation; together with the excellent method
      of finding the latitude at sea, by taking the sun at 2 or more
      altitudes, and merchants accompts, are accurately taught. And
      those whose parents, &c. are desirous, may be instructed in the
      rudiments of the Latin tongue. The pupils are taught to read
      English emphatically, and with propriety. The utmost care is taken
      to make them proficient in arithmetic, without the aid of the
      Schoolmasterassistant, so frequently made use of in schools, and
      every endeavour used to give general satisfaction.
      N.B. The EVENING SCHOOL will be opened on Monday, the 3d of
      October.
   n. 1768 December 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #43762
      PHILADELPHIA, December 15.
      married to Miss CRUIKSHANKS, Daughter of Captain CRUIKSHANKS, of
      Clifton Hall; an agreeable and accomplished young Lady.
   n. 1769 May 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #44574
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be exposed to public
      sale, on Friday, the 26th of May, at the London Coffee House, at 7
      oin the evening, a certain brick messuage, and lot of ground,
      situate on the east side of Third street, in the city of
      Philadelphia, containing in breadth 19 feet, and in depth 140
      feet; bounded westward by Third street aforesaid, northward by
      John Clifton ground, eastward by the next described lot, and
      southward by ground of John Thornhill, and others. Also a certain
      wooden shop, and lot of ground, situate the distance of 140 feet
      eastward from the east side of Third street, containing in breadth
      55 feet, and in depth 55 feet; bounded northward by ground late of
      William Branson eastward with back lots, southward with a lot of
      Thomas Griffith, and westward with the aforesaid lot; late the
      estate of Henry Clifton; seized and taken in execution by JOSEPH
      REDMAN, Sheriff.
   n. 1769 September 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #45310
      Clifton Hall, Haverford Township, Chester County.
      THE SUBSCRIBER, having left off farming, has some NEGROE MEN and
      BOYS, to be sold; they are all sound and healthy, and very fit for
      farmers work; he has also several horses, mares, colts, cows, and
      sheep, to dispose of, a waggon, cart, 4 harrows, ploughs, and
      other farming tools, and instruments of husbandry; all which will
      be sold for cash, or on credit, as the offers appear reasonable,
      CHARLES CRUICHANK.
   n. 1770 March 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #46318
      TO BE LETT, And entered on the 22d Day of June next, THE House and
      Wharff, now in Tenure of Salter, Britton, and Company, near
      PoolBridge, in the Northern Liberties. For Terms, enquire of
      WILLIAM CLIFTON, FRANCIS CLIFTON, and ANN CLIFTON, in Third
      street. --- The advantageous Situation of the Premises, and the
      great Trade that has for many Years past been carried on in the
      Lumber Business, renders it unnecessary, to say any Thing in its
      Favour.
   n. 1770 May 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #46586
      List of LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, Philadelphia.
      Henry Clifton, William Dickenson, Philadelphia; William Johnson,
      Daniel James, Philadelphia; Michael Lewis, Philadelphia;
      (2) Samuel Preston, R. Alexander Russell, William Russell, Capt.
      S. Sophia Stone, John Scott, Daniel Taylor, Capt. James Taylor,
      Northern Liberties John Young, Corporal of the 18th Regiment.
   n. 1771 May 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #48866
      Philadelphia, May 20, 1771.
      TWENTY FOUR DOLLARS Reward.
      RAN away, the 19th instant, from the subscribers, living in this
      city, three Dutch men servants; one named Philip Jacob Mitchell,
      about 24 or 25 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, is a well set
      fellow, with light coloured hair, and smooth face; had on, when he
      went away, a half worn beaver hat, a new dark brown broadcloth
      coat, buff coloured vest, with yellow metal buttons, buckskin
      breeches, and dowlas trowsers; he has been used to country work.
      Another names Andrew Bertle, about 5 feet 5 or 6 inches high, is a
      well set fellow, of a yellow complexion, has dark hair, by trade a
      shoemaker, and has his tools with him; had on, when he went away,
      a dark forest cloth coat, with yellow flannel lining, made very
      short, with white metal buttons, a white kersey vest, a pair of
      black velvet, and one pair buckskin breeches, new shoes, with
      brass buckles, and an old felt hat, with a metal button; he speaks
      and writes English, French, Spanish and Dutch very well. The other
      names Martin Krytz, about 26 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high,
      is a well set fellow, of a fresh complexion, has dark brown hair,
      and one leg smaller than the other; had on, when he went away, a
      half worn castor hat, light coloured cloth coat, red flannel vest,
      buckskin breeches, white shirt, and new shoes; he is by trade a
      blacksmith. They had other clothes with them, and will probably
      change them. They have been about ten months in this country.
      Whoever takes up said servants, and secures them in any of his
      Majestygoals, so that their masters may get them again, shall have
      the above reward, and reasonable charges, or Three Pounds for
      either of them, paid by JOHN BROWN, JOSEPH JOHNSON, or WILLIAM
      CLIFTON.
   n. 1772 July 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #51430
      TO BE SOLD,
      THREE Hundred ACRES of LAND, situate in the Parish of St. Maries,
      the North Side of the Island of JAMAICA, capable of Improvement.
      For Terms, enquire of WILLIAM CLIFTON, in Third street, between
      Mulberry and Sassafras streets, Philadelphia.
   n. 1772 October 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #51897
      NEW YORK, October 5.
      Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman at St. Eustatia, to his
      Friend in New York, dated September 5, 1772.
      "I am sorry by this Opportunity to have Occasion to mention to you
      the unfortunate Situation we are in at this Island: On the 28th of
      last Month, we had a violent Gale of Wind, that drove all our
      Shipping out of the Road, except a Spanish Sloop, from Campeachy,
      and a Schooner ready to sail, with a large Quantity of Firearms,
      for Margarita. A Sloop, belonging to Richard Quince, Esq; of North
      Carolina, which had just arrived, loaded with Lumber, and a small
      Vessel from Anguilla, were drove on Shore, the Vessels lost, but
      their Cargoes and People saved. Two Days after, when the Gale was
      abated, most of the Vessels returned into Port; but that Gale was
      only a Prelude of what was to follow, for on Monday, the 31st,
      about Eight o'Clock in the Morning, the Wind sprung up at North,
      and gradually increased till about Twelve, when we judged it at
      its Heighth; it then shifted all round the Compass, and spread
      such Terror and Destruction, as is not remembered by the oldest
      Man now living amongst us; it destroyed almost every Thing that
      impeded its Course, and raised so large a Sea in our Road, that a
      Brig and a Schooner, lately arrived from Porto Rico, deeply laden
      with Mill timber and Fustick, foundered at their Anchors, and
      every Person on board perished. Every other Vessel was driven out
      of the Road, some not having Half Ballast, which makes us imagine,
      that it was impossible for them to withstand the Fury of the Wind
      and Sea, and it is doubtful whether many, if not all of them, have
      not perished. The Damage we have received on Shore is almost
      inconceivable; those who live upon the Hill have been the greatest
      Sufferers, not one House that stood there but what was blown down
      almost instantly, or lost its Roof; almost every Outhouse and
      Kitchen laid down to the Ground, and some Houses taken up bodily
      by the Force of the Wind, and removed 10 or 20 Yards from where
      they formerly stood, and others carried into the Sea. The
      Plantation Houses are all down, except one or two; the Canes are
      all twisted out of the Ground by the Roots, and rendered useless;
      nothing but Destruction and Desolation wherever you cast your
      Eyes. Many poor Widows, with seven or eight, and some with ten
      Children, have nothing now to shelter them from the inclement Sky;
      and to add to their Distress, we are without any Kind of
      Provisions except Irish Beef. Some few of the Inhabitants, who by
      Accident had five or six Barrels of Flour by them, immediately had
      it baked, in order to distribute it among the very poor, to keep
      their Children from perishing. Never was so much Distress seen
      before in this Place; the lamentable and hungry Cry of naked
      Children, running through the Streets, begging for Sustenance, was
      distressing to Humanity! Our humane and good Governor has
      purchased a Parcel of Beef to distribute among the Poor, who have
      nothing left to keep them from perishing, and they are obliged to
      take Sanctuary in the English Church, which has not lost above one
      Quarter of its Roof; that of the Dutch Church having blown into
      the Sea.
      "Upon the Bay our Sufferings were small, comparatively speaking,
      with those upon the Hill, not above Ten or a Dozen Houses were
      uncapt, or blown down; but in the Night, upon the ceasing of the
      Wind, we had such Deluges of Rain, that the Water emptied itself
      from the Hill on the Bay, and brought down so much Rubbish with
      it, that next Morning we found all our Streets choaked up with
      Dirt, and many Persons were obliged, in order to get out of their
      Houses, to come through the upper Story Windows. Thank GOD it
      happened in the Day, otherwise many Lives would have been lost; as
      yet we have not heard of above 10 or 12 People on Shore, but we
      have seen many Corps drove up by the Sea, supposed to belong to
      the Vessels who were lost. Not less than 400 Houses are blown down
      on the Hill, or rendered untenantable, and many of the Proprietors
      are so poor, as not to be able to rebuild again. Our Secretary
      (Mr. De Graaf) is a very great Sufferer, all his Dwelling and
      Outhouses are down, and he narrowly escaped with Life, after
      losing all his Furniture, and even his private Papers: It is
      supposed his Loss cannot be less than Sixty Thousand Pieces of
      Eight, and that of the Island in general, to at least One Million
      of Pieces of Eight. Now judge you of our Situation amidst all this
      Distress, to be without Bread of any Kind, no Flour nor Corn in
      the Island, the Yams and Casava destroyed, and what few Barrels of
      Bread was in the Island (about Forty in all) sold at Twelve
      Dollars, and was equally distributed among the Inhabitants, which
      served as a temporary Relief. One ------- -- --------- a Huckster,
      last Week bought up 50 Barrels of Flour, and now takes the
      Advantage of our Distresses, and sells a Dog Loaf, no larger than
      a TurkeyEgg; for which inhuman Act, he is held in Abhorrence by
      every feeling humane Heart; and although he was offered 25 Pieces
      per Barrel, for a perishing Family, yet he refused to take it:
      This soon reached our good GovernorEars, who from obliged Mr.
      --------- ---------- to dispose of his Flour on reasonable
      Terms."List of Vessels lost in the Gale of Wind that happened at
      St. Kitts, the 28th of August, 1772.
      Sloop Watson, Hood, St. Kitts, in Ballast, Hull ashore at
      Basseterre, Owner, John Satterthwaite.
      Sloop John, Hill, St. Croix, Horses, lost at Sandy Point, Owner,
      John Campbell, nothing saved.
      Three Hulks, Gill, Salt Ponds, in Ballast, lost at the Salt Ponds,
      Owners, Clifton, Corlet and Gill, nothing saved.
      Vessels lost in the Hurricane on the 31st of August, 1772.
      [Note, Those Vessels whose Names are in Italicks, are supposed to
      have foundered at Sea.] [?]
      Ship Farley, Cook, London, with Dry Goods, lost at Bloody Point,
      only Crew saved; owned by Captain Cook and others.
      Schooner Deep Bay, Beach, Deep Bay and St. Kitts, with various
      Freights, lost at Sandy Point, Crew saved, owned by Osborne and
      Manning.
   n. 1773 February 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #52586
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be exposed to sale, on
      Saturday, the 27th of February instant, at 5 oin the evening, at
      the London Coffee house, two certain brick messuages or tenements,
      and two lots or pieces of ground thereunto belonging, situate on
      the west side of Front street, continues northward beyond the city
      of Philadelphia; containing in breadth on said street 40 feet, and
      in length or depth 100 feet; bounded northward with a certain
      lane, or street, 35 feet wide, eastward with Front street
      aforesaid, southward with ground of William Clifton, and westward
      with ground now or late in the tenure of George Hyle; seized and
      taken in execution by JUDAH FOULKE, Sheriff.
   n. 1773 March 31 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #52846
      Philadelphia, March 27, 1773.
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be exposed to sale, on
      Tuesday, the 6th day of April next, at 6 oin the evening, at the
      London Coffee house, two certain two story brick messuages or
      tenements, and two lots or pieces of ground, situated on the west
      side of Front street, continued northward beyond the city of
      Philadelphia, containing in breadth 40 feet, and in depth 100
      feet; bounded by Front street aforesaid, with ground of George
      Heyle, William Clifton, and others; seized and taken in execution
      by JUDAH FOULKE, Sheriff.
   n. 1773 May 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #53170
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will positively be sold, on
      Friday, the 21st of May instant, at four oin the afternoon (and to
      be struck off, to the highest bidder, precisely at seven oin the
      evening) at the house of Jeremiah Baker, at the Sign of NoahArk,
      in Front street, two certain messuages or tenements, and two lots
      of ground thereunto belonging, situate on the west side of Front
      street continued northward beyond the city of Philadelphia,
      containing in breadth 40 feet, and in depth 100 feet; bounded
      westward with ground in the tenure of George Hyle, southward with
      ground of William Clifton, northward with a certain lane or street
      35 feet wide, and eastward with Front street aforesaid; seized and
      taken in execution, by JUDAH FOULKE, Sheriff.
   n. 1773 August 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #53657
      TO BE RENTED, THE plantation whereon Mr. William Clifton formerly lived,
      late possessed by Mr. Samuel Johnston, and at present in the tenure and
      occupation of his daughters; this plantation, or farm, is very
      pleasantly situated on Patowmack River, about five miles below
      Alexandria, and contains about 200 acres of cleared land, very
      good for grain of every kind, and tobacco; as also one of the
      largest and best springs on this side the Blue Ridge, within
      twenty yards of the door; it has a front upon the river of near a
      mile and an half, affording several good fishing landings; one of
      which only rented last spring, during the shad and herring season,
      for Twenty-five Pounds; to this belongs a well accustomed Ferry,
      upon the most direct road leading from Annapolis through
      Colchester, Dumfries, and Fredericksburg to Williamsburg; on the
      premises are a dwelling house, with two brick chimnies and seven
      rooms, a kitchen, smokehouse, &c. GEORGE WASHINGTON.
   n. 1773 August 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #53790
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Kingston, J. Clifton, from Grenada.
      Schooner Bonaventure, J. Waterman, Nantucket.
      OUTWARDS.
   n. 1773 September 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #53954
      BY Virtue of a Writ to me directed, will be exposed to sale, on
      Thursday, the 30th of September inst. precisely at one o'Clock in
      the Afternoon, at the House of Jeremiah Baker, at the Sign of
      NoahArk, in Front street, A certain Messuage or Tenement, Kitchen
      and Workshop, and Lot of Ground, situate on the West Side of Front
      street, continued Northward beyond the City of Philadelphia,
      containing in Breadth 40 Feet, and in Depth 100 Feet; bounded
      Southward with Cohoxon Run, Westward with George HyleGround,
      Northward with Ground late of William Clifton, and Eastward with
      Front street aforesaid; seized and taken in Execution by JUDAH
      FOULKE, Sheriff.
   n. 1773 December 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #54607
      Philadelphia, December 16, 1773.
      EIGHT DOLLARS REWARD.
      RUN away from the Subscriber, living in the District of Southwark,
      an Irish Servant Lad, named LAUGHLIN McNeil, a Nailer by Trade,
      about 5 Feet 6 Inches high, slender made, thin Visage, much
      Pockmarked, has a down Look, and wears his own lightish coloured
      Hair; had on and took with him, a light mixed Cloth jacket, lined
      with red, with white metal Buttons, a light Cloth under Jacket,
      one Pair of Leather Breeches, and one Pair of Fustian Ditto, good
      Shoes, with a Pair of plain Copper coloured Buckles, good Beaver
      Hat, a Pair of light coloured ribbed Stockings, a Pair of blue
      Ditto, one white and one check Shirt, and two Silk Handkerchiefs.
      Whoever takes up and secures said Servant, so that his Master may
      have him again, shall have the above Reward; and reasonable
      Charges, paid by WILLIAM CLIFTON.
   n. 1774 January 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #54667
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Ranger, J. Young, Maryland. Schooner Amelia, P. Berry, Mississippi.
      OUTWARDS. Schooner Tryal, D. Harrow, St. Eustatia.
      CLEARED.
      Snow Prince George, J. Campbell, New Port Pratt.
      Snow Harmony, J. Clifton, Surrinam.
   n. 1774 February 9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #54829
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be sold, by public
      vendue, on Tuesday, the 22d day of February instant, at the house
      of Jeremiah Baker, known by the Sign of NoahArk, in the Northern
      Liberties, at 3 oin the afternoon, a certain messuage or tenement,
      kitchen and workshop, and lot or piece of ground, situate on the
      west side of Front street, continued northward beyond the city of
      Philadelphia, containing in breadth 40 feet, and in depth 100
      feet; bounded by Front street aforesaid, by Cohoxon Run, by ground
      of William Clifton, George Heyle, and others; seized and taken in
      execution by JUDAH FOULKE, Esq; late High Sheriff. WILLIAM DEWEES,
      Sheriff.
   n. 1774 April 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55177
      PHILADELPHIA, April 13.
      Extract of a Letter from Johnson Hall, dated the 28th of March.
      "In Consequence of a Meeting held by Sir William Johnson, last
      November, with the Chiefs of the Six Nations, concerning the
      Murder of the four Frenchmen on Lake Ontario, whose Boat they also
      plundered, there arrived here Yesterday three Runners or
      Messengers from them, to acquaint Sir William, that a Number of
      the Sachems were on their Way hither, with two of the Murderers,
      whom they are to deliver up to Justice; they have also paid so
      much Regard to Sir WilliamAdmonitions to them at that Treaty, that
      they are now bringing down a Quantity of Skins and Furrs to make
      up the Frenchmens Losses; this is more than they could ever be
      prevailed upon to do before, and Sir William is hopeful this
      Precedent will be of very great Service, as it certainly will
      deter others from being guilty of the like in future.
      Captain Clifton, from Surinam, on the 12th of last Month, in Lat.
      6 : 40, Long. 56, spoke a Brig, from Casco Bay for Demarara, out
      23 Days, but could not learn the MasterName; 17th, in Lat. 16 :
      56, Long. 60, spoke Captain John Devereaux, in a Brig belonging to
      New York, bound from Surinam for Dominica; and on the 29th, in
      Lat. 30 : 16, Long. 69, he spoke a Sloop, Captain Josiah Malbone,
      from Dominica for Boston, out 7 Days, all well.
      Captain Clifton informs, that Captain John Bogart, of the Brig
      Cornelia, belonging to New York, died at Surinam on the 5th of
      March, after a short Illness.
      MARRIED. GEORGE HENRY, Esq; to Miss NANCY USHER, Daughter of Mr.
      and George Roberts.
   n. 1774 May 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55332
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Ship Sally, G. Gilbert, and Schooner Britannia, J. McCaslen, from
      Hispaniola.  OUTWARDS.
      Snow Harmony, J. Clifton, Oporto. Brig Lowther, M. Power, for Barbados.
      CLEARED.  Charming Peggy, F. Gilbert, to Quebec.
   n. 1774 May 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55412
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Dove, W. Allen, Brig Ann, J. Eve, Barbados. Brig Mary, J. Taylor,
      Grenades.  OUTWARDS. Brig Dove, W. Allen, Barbados.
      CLEARED. Ship Sally, S. Covell, Snow Harmony, J. Clifton, and Ship
      George, S. Martin, to Lisbon.
      Sloop Sally, L. Topping, Boston.
   n. 1774 July 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55821
      Clifton Hall, Haverford Township, Chester County, July 25, 1774.
      TO BE SOLD, A LIKELY NEGROE WENCH, about 18 or 19 years of age,
      this country born; she has been brought up to house work and
      dairying, is very healthy, and has had the smallpox. Also a NEGROE
      MAN, about 22 years of age, understands farming very well, and is
      very suitable for a farmer; he has had the smallpox. Any person
      inclining to purchase both or either of them, may know the terms,
      by applying to HUGH QUEEN.
      There will be some time given for payment of the consideration
      money.
   n. 1774 August 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55989
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia,
      Schooner Nelly, J. Scott, and Brig Cornelia, J. Forster, Hispaniola.
      Snow Harmony, J. Clifton, Lisbon.
      Snow Nancy, P. Robinson, and Brig Nancy, J. Hanse, Jamaica.
      Schooner Experiment, D. Livingston, Brig Tobago, J. Scott, and
      Brig Speedwell, J. Cox, Grenades.
      Sloop Polly, M. Gilbert, St. Eustatia and Tobago.
      Schooner Polly, J. Buck, and Schooner Lively, J. Leach, N. Carolina.
      Cleared.  Ship Two Brothers, R. Adams, Virginia.
   n. 1774 August 31 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56040
      TO BE LETT, THE HOUSE and WHARFF, adjoining Poolbridge, at the
      upper End of Front street, where Mr. John Britton now dwells. The
      Wharff has long been a well accustomed Lumber Yard. For Terms,
      enquire of FRANCES CLIFTON, in Fourth street, near Market street.
   n. 1774 October 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56347
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Ship John and Sally, B. Greenaway, Cadiz.
      Schooner Polly, H. Baldwin, and Sloop Hope, R. Winter, N. Carolina.
      OUTWARDS. Snow Harmony, J. Clifton, and Brig Nancy, W. Adamson, Barbados.
      CLEARED.  Brig King George, W. Campbell.
      Schooner Little Polly, T. Palmer, Dominica.
   n. 1774 October 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56387
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Schooner Bonaventure, J. Waterman, Nantucket.
      OUTWARDS.  Schooner Bonaventure, J. Waterman, for Nantucket,
      CLEARED.
      Snow Harmony, J. Clifton, Barbados.
   n. 1775 January 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56850
      The Election of a new General Committee of Observation and Inspection for
      this County was then proceeded in, and the following Persons were duly
      chosen, viz. ...  George Taylor, This Committee then chose out of their
      own Body the following Persons, as a standing Committee of Correspondence,
      viz. George Taylor,...
      To the FREEHOLDERS, ELECTORS for the County of BURLINGTON. AS the
      Since our last the Captains Greenway, from Bristol; Carr, from
      Swanzey; Simpson, from Lisbon; Clifton and Benger, from Barbados;
      and Barron, from London; arrived at Reedy Island, where they are
      detained by the Ice.  Captain Kyle is arrived at Lisbon from this Port.
      *** A PHILADELPHIAN in our next.
   n. 1775 January 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56916
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Polly, W. Greenway, Bristol. Snow Harmony, J. Clifton, Barbados.
      Brig Kitty, J. Robinson, Dominica.
      CLEARED. Ship Pennsylvania Packet, P. Osborn, to London.
      lost data - transmission problem
      Brig Union, S. Williams, from Hispaniola.
      OUTWARDS. Brig Kitty, J. Robinson, and Ship Tyger, T. Fell, Jamaica.
      Snow Harmony, J. Clifton, Lisbon. Schooner Gull, J. Ross, for Grenades.
      CLEARED. Brig Kitty, J. Robinson, to Jamaica.
   n. 1775 July 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57843
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Ship Sally, J. Adams, and Brig Dolphin, J. Hunn, Jamaica.
      Sloop Ottley, J. Young, Montserrat. Schooner Hetty, J. Smart, Hispaniola.
      Snow Champion, R. James, Guadaloupe.
      Schooner Two Brothers, J. Williams, Surrinam.
      OUTWARDS. Brig Dolphin, J. Scott, Jamaica.
      CLEARED.
      Ship Commerce, W. Price, Ship Prosperity, J. Clifton, and Brig Thomas,
      J. Baxter, Bristol.
      Brig Dolphin, J. Scott, Jamaica.
   n. 1776 November 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #60264
      To be SOLD, at the Coffee House, on Wednesday, the 20th instant,
      at 6 oin the evening, A WATER LOT, clear of groundrent, situated
      near the upper side of PooleBridge, and adjoining a messuage and
      lot of William Clifton, containing in breadth, by the deed, on
      Front street continued, 45 feet, and extending in length 340 feet
      certain, and thence into the river Delaware; under an unexpired
      lease of 3 years from the first of January next, during which the
      possessors are to make certain improvements and to pay the rent of
      12 l. per annum for the last two years. Several streets will in
      time run through the lot. LINDSAY COATE.
   n. 1776 November 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #60355
      To be SOLD at the London Coffee house, on Wednesday, the 4th day
      of December next, at 5 oin the afternoon, THAT large and
      convenient HOUSE and LOT, situate on the east side of Second
      street, between Mulberry and Sassafras streets; the lot is 36 feet
      5 inches front, including part of a ten feet alley, and 220 feet
      deep, being more or less on said alley, with an adjoining back lot
      of 34 feet by 30, on which is a new brick stable and coach house,
      with a good dry cellar under the whole, paved with brick; the
      stable is large enough to contain four or more horses; there is a
      pump of good water in the yard; the house is one of the best
      stands in Second street for business, and has been lately
      repaired; the cellar floor laid with two inch plank and in good
      order. Any person inclining to purchase at private sale, may know
      the terms, by applying to WILLIAM CLIFTON, in the Northern
      Liberties.
   n. 1777 March 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #60606
      To be SOLD at the London Coffee house, on Saturday, the eighth day
      of March instant, at six oin the evening, THAT large and
      convenient messuage or tenement, and lot or piece of ground,
      situate on the east side of Second street, between Mulberry and
      Sassafras streets; the lot is 36 feet 5 inches front, including
      part of a ten feet alley, and in depth 220 feet, more or less on
      said alley, with an adjoining back lot of 34 feet by 30 on which
      is erected a new brick stable and coach house, having a good dry
      cellar under the whole, paved with brick; the stables are large
      enough to contain four or more horses; there is a pump of good
      water on the premises, and a good garden, with a variety of the
      best plumb and peach trees, and a large bearing walnut tree in the
      yard; the house is one of the best stands in Second street for
      business, and has been lately repaired; the cellar floor laid with
      two inch plank, and in good order. any person inclining to
      purchase at private sale, may know the terms, by applying to
      WILLIAM CLIFTON, in the Northern Liberties, where a draught of the
      premises may be seen.
   n. 1777 March 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #60616
      TO BE SOLD, THAT large and convenient messuage or tenement, and
      lot or piece of ground, situate on the east side of Second street,
      between Mulberry and Sassafras streets; the lot is 36 feet 5
      inches front, including part of a ten feet alley, and depth 220
      feet, more or less on said alley, with an adjoining back lot of 34
      feet by 30, on which is erected a new brick stable and coach
      house, having a good dry cellar under the whole, paved with brick,
      the stables are large enough to contain four or more horses; there
      is a pump of good water on the premises, and a good garden, with a
      variety of the best plumb and peach trees, and a large bearing
      walnut tree in the yard; the house is one of the best stands in
      Second street for business, and has been lately repaired; the
      cellar floor laid with two inch plank, and in good order. Any
      person inclining to purchase, may know the terms, by applying to
      WILLIAM CLIFTON in the Northern Liberties, where a draught of the
      premises may be seen.
   n. 1777 May 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #60908
      Philadelphia, May 12, 1777
      AT a Court Martial, held on board the Andrew Doria, in the port of
      Philadelphia, on the 20th of April, 1777, for the trial of JOHN
      BALDWIN, Esq; commander of the Continental schooner WASP, for the
      loss of said schooner: The Court, after hearing the evidence
      respecting the matter under consideration, were unanimously of
      opinion, That the loss of the said schooner was not owing to an
      neglect or mismanagement of Captain Baldwin, but was altogether
      occasioned by stress of weather and unavoidable necessity; and
      Captain Baldwin was accordingly honorably acquitted.
      JOHN BARRY, President of the Court Martial. ABSTRACT of the
      Accounts of The Society for the Relief of poor and distressed
      Masters of Ships, their Widows and Children, adjusted by the
      Managers, being a Summary of the Receipts and Payments for the
      Year, ending the 25th March, 1777, viz.
      Dr.
   n. 1778 May 13 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #61972
      PENNSYLVANIA, ss.
      A PROCLAMATION
      By the SUPREME EXECUTIVE COUNCIL of the Common Wealth of
      Pennsylvania.
      WHEREAS the following named persons, late and heretofore
      inhabitants of this State - That is to say - Enoch Story, late
      merchant; Samuel Garrigues, the elder, late clerk of the market
      and trader; James Stevenson, late baker;
      Alfred Cliffton, gentleman;
      John Roberts, late of the township of Lower Merion, miller;
      And , James Pugh, Hugh Pugh, husbandmen;
      Owen Roberts, sawmill man; all late of the county of Northampton:
      severally adhered to, and knowingly and willingly aided and
      assisted the enemies of the State, and of the United States of
      America, by having joined their armies at Philadelphia, in the
      County of Philadelphia, within this State; WE the Supreme
      Executive Council aforesaid, by virtue of certain powers and
      authorities to us given by an Act of General Assembly, entitled,
      "An Act for the attainder of divers Traitors, if they render not
      themselves by a certain day, and for vesting their estates in this
      Common Wealth; and for more effectually discovering the same; and
      for a certaining and satisfying the lawful debts and claims
      thereupon,"do hereby strictly charge and require the said ...
      Samuel Garrigues, James Stevenson,...  Alfred Cliffton, John Roberts,
      Jacob James, James Pugh, Hugh Pugh, Owen Roberts, to render
      themselves respectively to some or one of the Justices of the
      Supreme Court, or of the Justices of the Peace of one of the
      Counties within this State, on or before Thursday, the twenty
      fifth day of June next ensuing, and also abide their legal trial
      for such their treasons, on pain that every of them the said
      not rendering himself as
      aforesaid, and abiding the trial aforesaid, shall, from and after
      the said twenty fifth day of June next, stand and be attainted of
      High Treason to all intents and purposes, and shall suffer such
      pains and penalties, and undergo all such forfeitures as persons
      attainted of High Treason ought to do. And all the faithful
      subjects of this State are to take notice of this Proclamation,
      and govern themselves accordingly.
      GIVEN, by order of the Council, under the Hand of His Excellency
      the President and the Seal of the State, at Lancaster, this eighth
      day of May, in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and
      seventy eight.
      By order of Council,
      THOMAS WHARTON, Junior, President.
      GOD SAVE THE COMMONWEALTH. Attested by order of Council.
      T. MATLACK, Secretary.
   n. 1778 June 3 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #62058
      PENNSYLVANIA, ss.
      A PROCLAMATION.
      By the SUPREME EXECUTIVE COUNCIL of the Common Wealth of
      PENNSYLVANIA.
      WHEREAS the following named persons, late and heretofore
      inhabitants of this State, that is to say - Abel James, merchant;
      James Humphreys, the elder, Esquire; James Humphreys, the younger,
      printer; Coleman Fisher, (son of William
      Fisher, Esquire); William Clifton, gentleman;
      John Allen, carpenter and tallow chandler;
      John Young, heretofore of Graeme Park, gentleman;
      all now or late of the city of Philadelphia:
      John Roberts, labourer; all now or late of the township of Horsham: And
      John Roberts, blacksmith; all now or late of Upper Dublin Township:
      Curtis Lewis, blacksmith; now or late of the township of East Caln;
      armies at Philadelphia, in the county of Philadelphia, within this
      State; WE the Supreme Executive Council aforesaid, by virtue of
      certain powers and authorities to us given by an Act of General
      Assembly, entitled, "An Act for the attainder of divers traitors,
      if they render not themselves by a certain day, and for vesting
      their estates in this Common Wealth; and for more effectually
      discovering the same; and for ascertaining and satisfying the
      lawful debts and claims thereupon,"DO hereby strictly charge and
      require the said rendering
      himself as aforesaid, that abiding the trial aforesaid, shall,
      from and after the sixth day of July next, stand and be attainted
      of High Treason to all intents and purposes, and shall suffer such
      pains and penalties, and undergo all such forfeitures as persons
      attainted of High Treason ought to do. And all the faithful
      subjects of this State are to take notice of this Proclamation,
      and govern themselves accordingly.
      GIVEN, by order of the Council, under the hand of The
      Honourable GEORGE BRYAN, Esquire, Vice President, and the Seal of
      the State, at Lancaster, this twenty first day of May, in the year
      of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and seventy eight.
      By order of Council,
      GEORGE BRYAN, Vice President.
      GOD SAVE THE COMMON WEALTH, Attested by order of the Council, T.
      MATLACK, Secretary.
   n. 1780 July 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #65416
      A List of LETTERS remaining in the General Post Office,
      Philadelphia, July 5, 1780. (4) Hannah Alison, Thomas Adam, Little
      Canabaga.  Capt. James Clifton, John Campbell, James Farmer,
      Major Henry Fisher, Lewis Town; Sarah Hubbs, Levi Adams, Lowman Johnson,
      Lancaster.  William King, Salem.  Joseph P. Palmer, Germantown;
      James Russel, Gloucester.  James Whitehead (2) Henry Williams,
      Capt. Samuel Young, William Young, John Young, Capt. John Young.
   n. 1781 June 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #66296
      OFFICE for Conveyancing and Sale of REAL ESTATES, kept by ABRAHAM
      SHOEMAKER, Is removed from Fourth street to the north side of
      Walnut street, the second street door from the east side of Third
      street, WHERE he continues to draw deeds, mortgages, leases,
      wills, letters of attorney, agreements, and all other kinds of
      writings. He also continues selling real estates, and has now
      entered in his office a large number of houses and lots, in
      different parts of the city and suburbs, plantations in the
      country, and a great quantity of unimproved lands in the different
      back countries, to be disposed of very cheap for cash; and among
      the same are the following, viz. a plantation, situate in Lower
      Dublin and Abington townships, about 10 miles from Philadelphia,
      adjoining lands of Jacob Taylor and Joseph Miles, containing near
      60 acres, whereon is a good stone house, four rooms on a floor, a
      stone spring house, with an excellent spring, a waggon house, a
      log barn and stables, a new cyder mill and press, a large apple
      orchard, a garden with various kinds of fruit, abut 9 acres of
      excellent meadow, and as much woodland, the rest arable, and the
      whole under good fence. It is now occupied by Adam Wass, who has a
      lease for two years from March last on the shares, the purchase to
      be intitled to one half of the produce and other articles
      mentioned in the lease.
      Also a piece of 20 acres of land, adjoining the above, whereon is
      a good log house, and spring house near the door, between 3 and 4
      acres of good meadow, and an apple and peach orchard. The
      purchaser to be intitled to the owners part of the grain now in
      the ground. Also another piece of 20 acres of land, about half a
      mile distant from the last, lying on the Pennypack creek, and
      adjoining Robert Thomasold mill, with a log house, barn, and a
      good spring, about 4 acres of good meadow, with a garden of
      various kinds of fruit, and an apple orchard. It is under good
      fence, and rented for a year from March last. The tenant to pay a
      rent of 15 l. and all taxes. The purchaser to have the benefit of
      grain which the tenant is to leave in the ground at the end of the
      term.
      Also a well finished two story brick house and lot of ground,
      situate on the west side of Front street, between Almond and
      Catharine streets, now occupied by Captain Clifton. The lot is 16
      feet 8 inches front, and in depth 106 feet; subject to a ground
      rent of 2 l. 16 s. 6 d. 3/4 per annum. Also a two story brick
      tenement and lot of ground, situate on the south side of Catharine
      between Front and Swanson streets, now occupied by Mr. Thomas
      Thomson. The lot is 18 feet front, and in depth 87 feet, subject
      to a ground rent of 45 s. per annum.
      Also an elegant three story brick house, with a piazza and
      kitchen, situate at the northeast corner of Market and Sixth
      streets. The lot 20 feet front on Market street, 100 feet on Sixth
      street; subject to a ground rent of 10 l. per annum.
      Also three brick houses, each three stories high, situate on the
      east side of Front street, near South street. The lot on which
      they stand is 32 feet 6 inches front, and in depth 70 feet. They
      will be sold separate, clear of incumbrances. for terms of sale
      please to apply as above directed.
      Philadelphia, June 21, 1781.
   n. 1783 July 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68905
      NAVAL OFFICE, PHILADELPHIA.
      INWARDS, Ship Queen of England, J. Campbell, Montego Bay.
      OUTWARDS. Schooner Polly, W.R. Mullen, G. Clifton;
      Sloop Betsey, W. Watson; Ship Fortune, B. Weeks;
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Sally, G. Cliffton; Sloop Rebecca, N. Palmer;
   n. 1784 June 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #70304
      NAVAL OFFICE, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig General Washington, T. Powers, Boston.
      Brig Betsy, W. Carman, Schooner Sally Lewis, J. Lewis, Virginia.
      Sloop Black Duck, G. Clifton, New York
      OUTWARDS.  Schooner Sally Lewis, J. Lewis, Virginia.
      CLEARED.  Ship Friendship, P. Young, W. Indies.
   n. 1785 January 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #71068
                                       Philadelphia, 1784 December 27.
      BY virtue of a Writ of Venditioni Exponas to me directed, will be
      exposed to sale, by public vendue, at the COFFEE-HOUSE, on
      SATURDAY, the 8th of January next, at five o'clock in the evening,
      a certain Lot or Piece of Ground, in Wicacoa, on the east side of
      Front street continued, southward, beyond the city of
      Philadelphia, containing in breadth 23 feet 8 inches, and in
      length or depth 277 feet or thereabouts, bounded north by ground
      of William Clifton, eastward by George Mifflin's lot, southward by
      a lot in possession of George Mifflin, and westward by Front
      street; subject to a ground-rent of Three Pounds lawful money of
      Pennsylvania, per annum. Taken in execution as the estate of John
      Paschal, late deceased, by THOMAS PROCTOR, Sheriff.
   n. 1785 July 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #71755
                         NAVAL OFFICE, PHILADELPHIA.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Polly, E. Dickinson, Maryland.
      Ship Maryland, J. Clifton, Spain. Brig Eleanor, T. Holland, Nantz.
   n. 1787 August 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #74111
                               LIVERY STABLE.
     THE subscriber hereby informs his Friends and the Public, that he
     continues to keep a LIVERY STABLE on the north side of Clifton's
     alley, between Arch and Race streets, and Front and Second
     streets, opposite Mr. Thomas Bartow's, where horses are taken in
     at livery at moderate rates. He also proposes for the convenience
     of travellers and others to take in horses by the week, day or
     night, and those who may please to employ him, may depend upon the
     strictest attention and care.
     He has also provided himself with a Light Waggon or Family Stage,
     to be drawn by two horses, to be hired out upon moderate rates,
     either by the week, day or half-day, with a careful driver to
     attend the same.
     The greatest punctuality and attention will be paid to the above
     business, by the public's humble servant,
     GEORGE HYTEL,
     Philadelphia, 1787 August 6.
   n. 1788 September 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #75192
                                      Philadelphia, 1788 September 22.
     BY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas to me directed, will be
     exposed to Sale by public vendue, at the Coffee-House, in the city
     of Philadelphia, on Saturday, the 4th day of October next, at six
     o'clock in the evening, the following messuages and lots of
     ground, viz.
     No. 1. A certain lot of ground, situate on the north side of a
     certain 45 feet lane (called Meadow-lane) in the township of the
     Northern Liberties, containing in breadth on said lane 48 feet,
     and continuing the same breadth on the parallel line, south 19
     degrees west, to the full extent of the north line of a creek or
     run of water call Pegg's run; bounded northward by the said
     Meadow-land, southward by the said run, eastward by the west end
     of four lots of ground adjoining Poole's bridge, now or late
     belonging to John Clifton, and westward by ground of Richard
     Pidgeon and wife.
     No. 2. Also one other lot of ground, situate on the south side of
     Wood street, in the Northern Liberties aforesaid, and between
     Second and Third streets from the river Delaware, containing in
     front 20 feet, and in depth 64 feet; bounded westward by ground
     partly of Zacharias Endres, southward and westward by ground of
     Samuel Miles and Jacob Morgan, the younger, and northward by said
     Wood street.
     No. 3. Also two brick messuages or tenements, each two stories
     high, and lots of ground thereunto belonging, situate on the west
     side of Front street continued northward beyond the bounds of the
     city of Philadelphia, containing in front, on Front street, 40
     feet, and in length or depth 100 feet; bounded northward by a
     certain lane or street, 35 feet wide, eastward with Front street
     aforesaid, southward with a messuage and lot now or late of John
     Clifton, and westward with ground in the tenure of George Heyl.
     No. 4. One other lot or piece of ground, whereon is erected a
     brewery (with the utensils) situate on the south side of Wood
     street, between Second and Third streets, containing in breadth on
     Wood street, 128 feet, and extending that breadth and depth 46
     feet, then narrowing on the east side thereof to the breadth of 20
     feet, and extending said breadth of 20 feet, in depth 18 feet;
     bounded by other ground of said Zacharias Endres, and partly by
     ground belonging to the heirs of Israel Pemberton, deceased, and
     partly by a messuage and lot belonging to the heirs of Philip
     Stein, deceased, westward by other ground of said Zacharias
     Endres, and northward by Wood street aforesaid: Taken in
     execution, and to be sold as the property of Zacharias Endres, by
     JOSEPH COWPERTHWAIT, Sheriff.
   n. 1788 November 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #75334
                                       Philadelphia, 1788 November 10.
     BY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas to me directed, will be
     exposed to Sale, by adjournment, by Public Vendue, at the
     Coffee-House, in the city of Philadelphia, on Saturday, the 33
     instant, at 5 o'clock in the Evening --- the following Messuages
     and Lots of Ground:
     No. 1. A certain Lot of Ground, situate on the north side of a
     certain 45 feet lane, called Meadow lane, in the township of the
     Northern Liberties, containing in breadth on said lane 48 feet,
     and continuing the same breadth on a parallel line south, 19
     degrees west, to the full extent of the north line of a creek or
     run of water, called Peg's run; bounded northward by the said
     Meadow lane, southward by said run, eastward by the west end of
     four lots of ground adjoining Pool's bridge, now or late belonging
     to John Clifton, and westward by ground of Richard Pidgeon and
     wife.
     No. 2. Also one other Lot of Ground, situate on the south side of
     Wood street, in the Northern Liberties aforesaid and between
     Second an Third streets from the river Delaware, containing in
     front 20 feet, and in depth 64 feet; bounded eastward by ground
     partly of Zacharias Endres, southward and westward by ground of
     Samuel Miles, and Jacob Morgan, the younger, and northward by said
     Wood street.
     No. 3. Also two Brick Messuages or Tenements, each two stories
     high, and Lots of Ground thereto belonging; situate on the west
     side of Front street, continued northward beyond the bounds of the
     city of Philadelphia; containing in front on Front street 40 feet,
     and in length or depth 100 feet; bounded northward by a certain
     lane or street 35 feet wide, eastward with Front street aforesaid,
     southward with a messuage and lot now or late of John Clifton, and
     westward with ground in the tenure of George Hyle.
     No. 4. One other lot or Piece of Ground, whereon is erected a
     brewery (with the utensils) situate on the south side of Wood
     street aforesaid, between Second and Third streets; containing in
     breadth on Wood street 128 feet, and extending that breadth in
     depth 46 feet, then narrowing on the east side thereof to the
     breadth of 20 feet, and extending said breadth of 20 feet in depth
     18 feet; bounded eastward by a messuage and lot of ------,
     southward partly by other ground of said Zacharias Endres, and
     partly by ground belonging t the heirs of Israel Pemberton,
     deceased, and partly by a messuage and lot belonging to the heirs
     of Philip Stein, deceased, westwardly by other ground of said
     Zacharias Endres, and northward by Wood street aforesaid: Taken in
     execution, and to be sold as the property of Zacharias Endres, by
     JOSEPH COWPERTHWAIT, Sheriff.
   n. 1789 August 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #76049
                                         Philadelphia, 1789 August 21.
     BY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas, to me directed, will be
     exposed to sale, by public vendue, at the Merchant's Coffee house,
     in Second street, on Wednesday, the 2d of September next, at 7
     o'clock in the evening ---- A Lot or Piece of Ground, situate on
     the south side of a certain 45 feet lane called Meadow lane, in
     the Northern Liberties, containing in breadth on said lane 48
     feet, and continuing that breadth, on a parallel line, south, 19
     degrees west, to the full extent of the north line of a creek or
     run of water called Cohocksink creek; bounded on the north by the
     west end of four lots of ground, adjoining Pool's Bridge, (now or
     late belonging to John Clifton) westward by ground of William
     Pidgeon and wife; subject to ----
     Also --- Two certain two story Brick Messuages, and Lots of Ground
     thereunto belonging, situate on the west-side of Delaware Front
     street continued in the Northern Liberties of the city of
     Philadelphia, containing in breadth on said Front street 40 feet,
     and in length or depth 100 feet; bounded northward with a certain
     lane or street 35 feet wide, eastward with Front street aforesaid,
     southward with a lot and messuage now or late of John Clifton, and
     westward with ground in tenure of George Heyl; subject to ------:
     Taken in execution, as the property of Zacharias Endres, and to be
     sold, by JAMES ASH, Sheriff.
   n. 1790 July 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #76880
                        To be Sold by Public Vendue.
     On the 9th day of August next, at nine o'clock in the morning, on
     the plantation of Col. Isaac Melcher, deceased, being part of
     Graeme's Park, in Horsham township, Montgomery county,
     ALL his stock, consisting of horses, oxen, cows and sheep, wheat,
     rye, Indian corn, oats, flax and hay, a waggon, cart, plough, and
     sundry other farming utensils; also houshold and kitchen
     furniture, beds, bedsteads, &c. 2500 good barrel staves, heading,
     &c. &c.
     Attendance will be given, and the Conditions made known at the
     time and place of Sale, by
     WILLIAM CLIFTON,
     ANDREW EPPLE,
     JACOB LAWERSWYLER, Executors.
     N.B. All persons having any demands against the estate of Col.
     Melcher, deceased, are requested to render the same, properly
     attested, and all those indebted to said estate are desired to
     make payment to the Executors.
   n. 1791 June 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #77649
     Captain De Hart, of the brig Peggy, from Ferrol, spoke the ship
     America, Capt. Depeyster, from New York, bound for London; out 5
     days, lat. 41. long. 63. west. Also, spoke the brig Amsterdam,
     from Rhode Island, bound to Copenhagen; all well.
     Captain James Clifton, who came passenger in the brig Peggy,
     Captain De Hart, informs, that he commanded the schooner New Hope,
     which foundered on the 19th of January last, in lat 36:30. long.
     54. west. Captain Clifton, and his crew, remained by the wreck 52
     days, until taken off by Captain J. Wallace, of the brig Fanny, of
     Salem, whose kind and humane attention merits the highest
     encomiums: Capt. De Hart's civility also deserves this public
     acknowledgment.
   n. 1791 August 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #77722
     Captain Clifton, of the schooner Two Sisters informs that the
     sloop Pomona, of Philadelphia, Captain Steel, who sailed from
     Philadelphia, 30th of April, for the West Indies, arrived safe at
     St. Martin's, where he sold his cargo, and from thence proceeded
     to St. Eustatius, a few days after his arrival died.
     The 16th of May last, the Sampson, Moore from Maryland, arrived at
     Gravesend.
   n. 1792 June 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #78308
     Married, on Saturday last, at Clifton, by the Reverend Dr.
     Blackwell, Mr. John H. Huston, to Miss McClenachan, daughter of
     Blair McClenachan, Esquire.
     David Napier, Allen McCay,
     The above being intended for a public good, it is requested the
     Printers of the newspapers will insert it throughout the United
     States.
   n. 1793 July 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #79104
      William Clifton, Thomas Penrose, Joseph Huddle.  Northern Liberties.
   n. 1795 October 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #80687
                          Philadelphia, October 7.
     Extract of a genuine letter from a mercantile house in London to a
     gentleman in this city, dated the 8th of  August 1795brought by
     the schooner Fly, Capt. Clifton, arrived in the Chesapeake.
     "Capt. Clifton having delayed his departure until this morning, we
     have in addition to advise that the Courier Universal of Paris, of
     Wednesday last, states, on the authority of letters from
     Strasburg, where the headquarters of Gen. Pichegru are now fixed,
     have voted their thanks to Lieut. Col. Campbell, "for his
     temperate and dignified forbearance, and otherwise meritorious
     conduct, during his command at Fort Miamis, in the year 1794." For
     which the Colonel offers his "most grateful and unfeigned
     acknowledgements."
     WILLIAM SMITH, Chairman.
     Attest. SAMUEL GARRIGUES.
     At a numerous meeting of the citizens of Philadelphia, convened
     1795 October 1. Co. Andrew Geyer, in the chair.
   n. 1797 October 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #82021
     facilitate your laudable purposes - and in either case we think it
     proper to annex our names and places of abode.
                                  The City.
     Edward Garrigues, Cherry-street, No. 39
     John James, do. No. 18.
     Capt. Clifton, of the brig Gratitude, was also plundered by the
     sea robbers of his provisions and stores, and no doubt would have
     suffered much more, had not ships of force been near them, and
     they were glad to make their escape.
   n. 1800 May 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #83261
                            Philadelphia, May 28.
     The President of the United States has been pleased to grant
     pardons to John Fries, John Gettman, and Frederick Hainy, who were
     convicted of Treason, at the last Circuit Court, and sentenced to
     be executed on Friday the 23d inst.
     At three o'clock on Thursday afternoon, the Marshal delivered to
     each of the above persons, a Pardon in form - and they were
     immediately released from imprisonment.
                               BY JOHN ADAMS,
                 President of the United States of America,
                               A PROCLAMATION.
     concerned in the said Insurrection: - WHEREFORE BE IT KNOWN, that
     I, JOHN ADAMS, President of the United States of America, have
     the city of
     Philadelphia, this
     twenty-first (L.S.) day
     of May, in the year of
     our Lord one thousand
     eight hundred, and of
     the Independence of the
     said States, the twenty-fourth.
     JOHN ADAMS.
     BY THE PRESIDENT,
     I have to inform you, that on the 8th was sent into this port by
     an Algerine Corsair, the American brig Bobba-Cedi, Thomas Clifton,
     master, with a cargo of wines from Valencia for Philadelphia -
     said brig had a Turkish pass, granted by the late Dey for one
     year, and on examining said pass it was found to be out of date
     one year and ten months - therefore the Regency condemned the said
     cargo as legal prize to the captors. The crew, 5 in number (being
     foreigners and subjects of nations at war with Algiers) were made
     slaves of - the brig and master is cleared. On the 15th inst. the
     Regency gave up these five captives as a particular favour to the
     United States. - All American vessels should have the
     Mediterranean pass, real American colours, and two thirds of their
     crew should be citizens of the United States - as it is supposed
     that sundry American vessels have Algerine and Turkish passes;
     this is to inform them, that said passes are out of date 0 that
     they will not be respected by the present Dey of Algiers, and if
     they have not the American Mediterranean pass, their cargoes will
     be condemned.
     (Signed) RICHARD O'BRIEN.
     GENTLEMEN,
     I am sorry to inform you, that on the 7th of May, in lat. 30, 51,
     long. 70, 40, W. your brig Jane was captured by a French
     privateer, who took us all out except Capt. Cook and Robert Asty;
     after plundering the vessel of every thing they could get handy -
     manned her with 8 Frenchmen, and sent her to Guadaloupe, the
     privateer stood to the northward. On the 9th fell in with an
     English letter of marque, mounting 5 guns and 15 men on board,
   n. 1800 October 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #83463
                           LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.
     We understand that a complete edition of the works of the
     accomplished Mr. W. Clifton, late of Philadelphia, is now in a
     state of considerable forwardness in the city of New York, and
     will appear, adorned with an elegant head of the author, in the
     course of the present autumn. What will render this interesting
     volume more valuable to purchasers in general, and particularly to
     the friends of a man of brilliant understanding, now, alas! no
     more, will be a biographical sketch of the life of Mr. Clifton, by
     a gentleman best calculated to do justice to departed worth, both
     by the beauty and energy of his style, and his long habits of
     intimacy with the author, whose works he is collating. We are
     confident that this volume will be perused with pleasure by every
     man of sentiment and taste. The author, who died prematurely of a
     consumption, that disorder so fatal to those
     "Who tame their youth to philosophic cares, And grow still paler
     by the midnight lamp," was one of that small "self-sequestered"
     band, who relinquish the forum and the field for the "pensive
     secrecy of desart cell," and seek, in the words of the impassioned Gray,
     Cloisters dim - far from the haunts of folly, With freedom by
     their side, and soft-eyed melancholy.
     The genius of the late Mr. Clifton resembled that of the original
     Collins. It was fertile in all the felicities of fancy, and the
     voice of his bright-eyed muse was sometimes mournfully wild, like
     the Ophelia of Shakespeare. (Gazette U. States.)
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   n. Bureau of Land Management records. (who went where?)
      header for BLM data
      Patentee Name      State      Issue     Date  Doc.     Nr.  Accession or Serial Nr.  Waples

Aaron Clifton _
   ld 1845/05/01 BLM   AL 5831  AL3080__.313
   ld 1847/04/10 BLM   AL 8379  AL3130__.276
   ld 1854/07/15 BLM   AL 15791  AL3260__.210
   ld 1854/07/15 BLM   AL 15792  AL3260__.211

Aaron B. Clifton _
   ld 1843/03/03 BLM   WI 8826  WI2640__.231
   ld 1844/09/10 BLM   WI 10947  WI2680__.398

Albert C. Clifton _
   ld 1962/10/01 BLM   AK 1228805  AKF 023609

Albert H. Clifton _
   ld 1895/02/14 BLM   MT - MTMTAA 042680

Albert W. Clifton _
   ld 1898/06/01 BLM   LA 7832  LA1280__.388

Alex Clifton _
   ld 1892/04/01 BLM   LA 1619  LA0380__.495

Alfred Clifton _
   ld 1860/03/01 BLM   MO 27068  MO5670__.080

Alfred N. Clifton _
   ld 1882/04/10 BLM   AR 15363  AR0270__.329

Alfred N. Clifton _
   ld 1903/12/22 BLM   MN 5383  MN3050__.189

Alison Clifton _
   ld 1857/10/30 BLM   MO 17084  MO5550__.026

Allie F. Bean Clifton _
   ld 1923/11/14 BLM   UT - 923471

Amy Clifton _
   ld 1849/04/10 BLM   MO 10689  MO3570__.386

Ancil Clifton _
   ld 1892/03/07 BLM   MO 4344  MO4350__.224

Ancil C. Clifton _
   ld 1904/07/27 BLM   AR 15648  AR3090__.277

Anderson Clifton _
   ld 1892/02/06 BLM   LA 3421  LA0380__.154

Andrew Clifton _
   ld 1835/09/16 BLM   IN 21504  IN1300__.238
   ld 1837/03/18 BLM   IN 23309  IN1330__.484

Andrew Clifton _
   ld 1848/08/01 BLM   WI 8507  WI1990__.090

Andrew J. Clifton _
   ld 1914/06/18 BLM   CO - 414863
   ld 1920/05/27 BLM   CO - 751607
   ld 1921/09/16 BLM   CO - 822920
   ld 1921/10/13 BLM   CO - 828286

Andrew Jefferson Clifton _
   ld 1889/01/05 BLM   OR - ORRAA 007924

Arsand Clifton _
   ld 1899/06/28 BLM   MS 14250  MS2630__.103

Austin Clifton _
   ld 1892/05/26 BLM   LA 2098  LA0390__.199

Austin Clifton _
   ld 1839/08/01 BLM   IN 22425  IN2270__.324
   ld 1839/08/01 BLM   IN 22426  IN2270__.325

Austin Clifton _
   ld 1858/10/01 BLM   LA 5869  LA1370__.178

Benjamin Clifton _
   ld 1834/11/04 BLM   MI 2086  MI0560__.120
   ld 1839/05/01 BLM   MI 11971  MI1340__.248
   ld 1839/05/01 BLM   MI 11972  MI1340__.249
   ld 1848/05/10 BLM   MI 24508  MI1590__.495
   ld 1848/06/01 BLM   MI 24757  MI1600__.251

Benjamin C. Clifton _
   ld 1839/05/01 BLM   MI 11970  MI1340__.247

Benjamin Clifton _
   ld 1855/11/10 BLM   IL 23232  IL1990__.265
   ld 1856/06/10 BLM   IL 24981  IL2010__.064

Benjamin Clifton _
   ld 1837/03/15 BLM   IN 515  IN1610__.014

Benjamin Franklin Clifton _
   ld 1914/10/16 BLM   MT - 436442
   ld 1916/01/18 BLM   MT - 508472
   ld 1916/02/10 BLM   MT - 512986
   ld 1916/02/10 BLM   MT - 512987

Benjamin J. Clifton _
   ld 1914/03/17 BLM   CO - 393096

Benjamin W. Clifton _
   ld 1899/11/04 BLM   AL 17334  AL4940__.163
   ld 1894/05/08 BLM   AL 24626  AL4580__.002

Bosmon Clifton _
   ld 1839/07/08 BLM   WI 3046  WI1870__.14
   ld 1839/08/01 BLM   WI 1259  WI1830__.392
   ld 1839/08/01 BLM   WI 1260  WI1830__.393
   ld 1839/08/01 BLM   WI 1283  WI1830__.416

Bosman Clifton _
   ld 1831/10/01 BLM   MO 2284  MO0050__.274
   ld 1831/05/10 BLM   MO 2145  MO0050__.143
   ld 1835/09/02 BLM   MO 2706  MO0060__.215
   ld 1832/02/11 BLM   MO 2378  MO0050__.366

Burditt A. Clifton _
   ld 1907/04/10 BLM   ID - IDIDAA 044654
   ld 1911/08/17 BLM   CO - 221124

Caroline Clifton _
   ld 1879/12/15 BLM   AR 1264  AR0330__.055

Caswell D. Clifton _
   ld 1890/06/06 BLM   AR 6800  AR2550__.063

Caswell R. Clifton _
   ld 1841/05/25 BLM   MS 26745  MS2070__.021
   ld 1841/05/25 BLM   MS 26746  MS2070__.022
   ld 1841/05/25 BLM   MS 26747  MS2070__.023
   ld 1841/05/25 BLM   MS 26748  MS2070__.024
   ld 1841/05/25 BLM   MS 26749  MS2070__.025
   ld 1841/05/25 BLM   MS 26944  MS2070__.218

Catharine Clifton _
   ld 1892/02/12 BLM   ID - IDIDAA 009326

Chancy W. Clifton _
   ld 1910/09/12 BLM   KS 04912  151659

Charles Clifton _
   ld 1879/11/10 BLM   MI 2987  MI2530__.392

Charles Clifton _
   ld 1837/08/10 BLM   IN 9663  IN1780__.328

Charles A. Clifton _
   ld 1919/05/21 BLM   WY - 678591

Charles C. Clifton _
   ld 1857/04/15 BLM   MO 34913  MO3160__.363

Charles C. Clifton _
   ld 1936/05/19 BLM   CO - 1083351

Charles E. Clifton _
   ld 1909/10/25 BLM   NM - 85393

Charles P. Clifton _
   ld 1860/10/01 BLM   LA 22137  LA1230__.246

Charles P. Clifton _
   ld 1919/06/04 BLM   UT - 682281  CHARLES P.

Charles S. Clifton _
   ld 1837/04/10 BLM   MO 7639  MO0390__.389

Charles W. Clifton _
   ld 1837/03/15 BLM   AL 3468  AL1040__.114
   ld 1837/03/15 BLM   AL 3469  AL1040__.115
   ld 1840/02/10 BLM   MS 15654  MS0390__.268
   ld 1840/12/10 BLM   MS 24731  MS2030__.023
   ld 1840/12/10 BLM   MS 24732  MS2030__.025
   ld 1840/12/10 BLM   MS 24733  MS2030__.026
   ld 1840/12/10 BLM   MS 24734  MS2030__.027
   ld 1840/12/10 BLM   MS 24735  MS2030__.028
   ld 1840/12/10 BLM   MS 24736  MS2030__.029
   ld 1840/12/10 BLM   MS 24793  MS2030__.085
   ld 1840/12/10 BLM   MS 24794  MS2030__.086
   ld 1840/12/10 BLM   MS 25002  MS2030__.281
   ld 1844/08/01 BLM   MS 25003  MS2130__.219

Charlie Clifton _
   ld 1901/04/22 BLM   AL 17879  AL4970__.277

Charlotte Clifton _
   ld 1905/03/11 BLM   WY - WYWYAA 010186

Clisby Austin Clifton _
   ld 1910/06/20 BLM   OK 04149  139453

Cyrus M. Clifton _
   ld 1880/12/10 BLM   CA - CACAAA 150334
   ld 1887/04/30 BLM   CA - CACAAA 015633

Daniel Clifton _
   ld 1882/08/25 BLM   FL 1841  FL0700__.146
   ld 1882/08/25 BLM   FL 1974  FL0700__.201
   ld 1884/06/30 BLM   FL 5319  FL0520__.104
   ld 1855/04/10 BLM   FL 7235  FL0550__.419

Dennis H. Clifton _
   ld 1883/09/15 BLM   AL 1690  AL4050__.028

Dorothy A. Clifton _
   ld  BLM AK 1958/08/27 - 1185897

Earl W. Clifton _
   ld  BLM MT 1921/11/29 - 835352

Edmond Clifton _
   ld  BLM MO 1859/10/10 13634 MO5130__.011

Edward A. Clifton _
   ld 1894/05/24 BLM   MN 12438  MN0810__.428

Edwin Clifton _
   ld 1850/08/30 BLM   MS 22431  MS3180__.351

Eli Clifton _
   ld 1833/10/15 BLM   MO 1238  MO0590__.150
   ld 1833/10/15 BLM   MO 1239  MO0590__.151

Elias Clifton _
   ld 1831/02/01 BLM   IN 10096  IN1070__.322
   ld 1843/04/01 BLM   IN 12863  IN1860__.077
   ld 1843/04/10 BLM   IN 11813  IN1850__.491

Elias Clifton _
   ld 1837/03/20 BLM   IL 10322  IL3240__.234
   ld 1837/03/20 BLM   IL 10558  IL3240__.466

Elias Clifton _
   ld 1859/06/01 BLM   MS 12644  MS0840__.235

Elias Clifton _
   ld 1895/02/21 BLM   MS 8868  MS2490__.212

Elizabeth Clifton _
   ld 1875/06/01 BLM   AR 514  AR2420__.330

Elizabeth Clifton _
   ld 1820/11/27 BLM   AR 8939  AR2940__.588

Elizabeth Clifton _
   ld 1876/05/15 BLM   CA - 26873

Elizabeth Clifton _
   ld 1889/01/05 BLM   OR - ORRAA 007924

Elliott E. Clifton _
   ld 1914/04/11 BLM   CO - 397730

Elwood Horace Clifton _
   ld 1961/04/20 BLM   CA - 1219047

Emily Clifton _
   ld 1859/03/01 BLM   MO 28134  MO3890__.321

Ethel Clifton _
   ld 1920/05/27 BLM   CO - 751605

Eugene Clifton _
   ld 1889/09/09 BLM   CA - CACAAA 019944

Eugene S. Clifton _
   ld 1904/10/03 BLM   OR - ORLAA 065018

Fee Clifton _
   ld 1914/04/25 BLM   NM - 400984

Ferdnan C. Clifton _
   ld 1859/09/10 BLM   MO 28067  MO4050__.047

Frank Clifton _
   ld 1907/10/07 BLM   CO - COCOAA 007477

Franklin Clifton _
   ld 1837/01/24 BLM   MO 3198  MO0620__.282
   ld 1837/11/14 BLM   MO 5096  MO3460__.149
   ld 1841/06/25 BLM   MO 6264  MO3480__.488

Fred H. Clifton _
   ld 1912/05/23 BLM   SD - 269267

Frederick Clifton _
   ld 1870/12/15 BLM   CO - COCOAA 073971

Frederick F. Clifton _
   ld 1917/12/18 BLM   CO - 611978

George Clifton _
   ld 1838/08/02 BLM   MO 11558  MO2190__.180

George Clifton _
   ld 1855/03/01 BLM   IL 13575  IL3770__.418

George Clifton _
   ld 1901/06/25 BLM   MS 14991  MS2660__.049

George Clifton _
   ld 1848/03/01 BLM   MO 24170  MO2440__.296

George Clifton _
   ld 1845/05/01 BLM   AL 5833  AL3080__.314
   ld 1845/05/01 BLM   AL 5835  AL3080__.316
   ld 1845/06/01 BLM   AL 7012  AL3100__.441
   ld 1845/05/01 BLM   AL 7155  AL3110__.084
   ld 1845/05/01 BLM   AL 7434  AL3110__.335
   ld 1845/05/01 BLM   AL 7435  AL3110__.336
   ld 1845/07/01 BLM   AL 7605  AL3120__.006
   ld 1845/10/01 BLM   AL 8255  AL3130__.152
   ld 1849/11/01 BLM   IL 9749  IL3730__.231

George Clifton _
   ld 1914/01/13 BLM   WA - 376886

George Clifton _
   ld 1888/07/24 BLM   ID - IDIDAA 011867

George E. Clifton _
   ld 1914/05/28 BLM   CO - 409220

George H. Clifton _
   ld 1850/05/01 BLM   AL 10227  AL4380__.177
   ld 1851/10/01 BLM   AL 10862  AL4390__.288
   ld 1849/06/01 BLM   AL 9718  AL4370__.187

George T. Clifton _
   ld 1880/05/15 BLM   AR 1235  AR0330__.111
   ld 1882/12/15 BLM   AL 1337  AL4030__.413

George W. Clifton _
   ld 1888/11/21 BLM   ND - NDMTAA 137879
   ld 1893/12/14 BLM   ND - NDMTAA 138053
   ld 1898/04/27 BLM   ND - NDMTAA 138334

George W. Clifton _
   ld 1860/04/02 BLM   FL 13911  FL0280__.100

George W. Clifton _
   ld 1893/07/31 BLM   LA 1779  LA0830__.209
   ld 1902/05/21 BLM   LA 3937  LA1500__.332

George W. Clifton _
   ld 1904/11/22 BLM   MS 45783  MS3270__.041

Gilbert D. Clifton _
   ld 1860/01/03 BLM   LA 12152  LA0660__.348
   ld 1860/04/02 BLM   LA 13223  LA0680__.335
   ld 1860/06/01 BLM   LA 15675  LA0730__.046

Grandville T. Clifton _
   ld 1848/08/01 BLM   WI 8507  WI1990__.090

Granvil N. Clifton _
   ld 1904/10/03 BLM   OR - ORLAA 053921

Hampton A. Clifton _
   ld 1925/04/28 BLM   NM - 958397

Harry H. Clifton _
   ld 1911/01/12 BLM   NM - 169906

Harry S. Clifton _
   ld 1946/04/15 BLM   CA - 1120840

Henry Clifton _
   ld 1842/04/09 BLM   MS 10566  MS2950__.076
   ld 1843/12/05 BLM   MS 15025  MS3040__.067
   ld 1843/12/05 BLM   MS 15026  MS3040__.068
   ld 1841/02/25 BLM   MS 9590  MS2930__.085
   ld 1842/04/09 BLM   MS 9938  MS2930__.447

Henry Clifton _
   ld 1839/08/01 BLM   IN 20449  IN2230__.303
   ld 1823/07/24 BLM   IN 302  IN0010__.302

Henry Clifton _
   ld 1826/06/10 BLM   OH 644  OH0250__.088
   ld 1826/06/10 BLM   OH 672  OH0250__.117
   ld 1827/02/12 BLM   OH 749  OH0250__.193
   ld 1827/07/02 BLM   OH 800  OH0250__.245

Henry Clifton _
   ld 1888/10/16 BLM   CA - CACAAA 110544

Henry E. Clifton _
   ld 1888/11/22 BLM   FL 6091  FL0770__.495
   ld 1892/09/09 BLM   FL 9818  FL0880__.142

Henry J. Clifton _
   ld 1917/10/17 BLM   SD - 604110
   ld 1933/01/17 BLM   SD - 1060950

Henry J. Clifton _
   ld 1882/10/30 BLM   FL 1475  FL0450__.214

Hill Clifton _
   ld 1905/07/13 BLM   FL 17664  FL1090__.223

Hiram Clifton _
   ld 1845/05/01 BLM   AL 6108  AL3090__.050
   ld 1850/03/01 BLM   AL 10764  AL3180__.188

Hiram A. Clifton _
   ld 1884/08/20 BLM   AR 3356  AR2000__.245
   ld 1898/04/27 BLM   LA 7371  LA1280__.271

Isaac Clifton _
   ld 1919/05/14 BLM   MT - 677407

Isaac N. Clifton _
   ld 1887/02/08 BLM   SD - SDMTAA 127995

Isabel Clifton _
   ld 1946/04/15 BLM   CA - 1120840

Isaiah Clifton _
   ld 1891/12/26 BLM   MO 4658  MO3410__.131
   ld 1872/07/20 BLM   MO 590  MO3330__.089

Isaiah Clifton _
   ld 1876/05/15 BLM   CA - 26873
   ld 1881/07/20 BLM   CA - CACAAA 046582

Jack S. Clifton _
   ld 1838/07/28 BLM   FL 5842  FL0130__.241
   ld 1838/07/28 BLM   FL 5886  FL0130__.285
   ld 1843/03/10 BLM   FL 7592  FL0160__.458
   ld 1843/03/10 BLM   FL 7790  FL0170__.148

Jacob Clifton _
   ld 1833/10/15 BLM   MO 1495  MO0590__.404

Jacob Clifton _
   ld 1857/04/15 BLM   MO 20765  MO3790__.069

James Clifton _
   ld 1833/10/15 BLM   MO 1016  MO0580__.432
   ld 1849/04/10 BLM   MO 10736  MO3570__.428
   ld 1833/10/15 BLM   MO 1162  MO0590__.078
   ld 1833/10/15 BLM   MO 1163  MO0590__.079
   ld 1833/10/15 BLM   MO 1164  MO0590__.080
   ld 1833/10/15 BLM   MO 1165  MO0590__.081
   ld 1833/10/15 BLM   MO 1166  MO0590__.082
   ld 1857/05/01 BLM   MO 43720  MO1900__.011
   ld 1857/04/01 BLM   MO 47204  MO1860__.113
   ld 1857/04/01 BLM   MO 47818  MO1870__.087
   ld 1857/10/30 BLM   MO 48987  MO1930__.304
   ld 1858/01/15 BLM   MO 49878  MO1950__.099
   ld 1837/11/14 BLM   MO 5285  MO3460__.330
   ld 1845/06/01 BLM   MO 8460  MO3530__.105

James Clifton _
   ld 1845/06/01 BLM   AL 6992  AL3100__.422

James A. Clifton _
   ld 1860/02/01 BLM   AL 20917  AL3350__.074

James B. Clifton _
   ld 1904/04/08 BLM   ND - NDMTAA 135797
   ld 1889/12/18 BLM   ND - NDMTAA 137901

James B. Clifton _
   ld 1869/09/01 BLM   MN 294  MN2420__.222

James J. Clifton _
   ld 1909/12/13 BLM   ND - 95486

James M. Clifton _
   ld 1851/12/01 BLM   AL 12814  AL3220__.244
   ld 1845/06/01 BLM   AL 6994  AL3100__.424
   ld 1845/10/01 BLM   AL 8171  AL3130__.067

James M. Clifton _
   ld 1882/05/10 BLM   AR 1299  AR0330__.259

James R. Clifton _
   ld 1892/05/31 BLM   MO 8356  MO5970__.360

Jane Clifton _
   ld 1838/09/01 BLM   IN 8928  IN2650__.382

Jane Clifton _
   ld 1881/06/06 BLM   OR - OROCAA 019597

Jasper Clifton _
   ld 1914/01/09 BLM   CO - 376002

Jehu Clifton _
   ld 1835/10/01 BLM   MO 3807  MO0080__.280

Jesse O. Clifton _
   ld 1891/04/23 BLM   AR 7542  AR2570__.087

Jesse T. Clifton _
   ld 1876/02/15 BLM   MO 2705  MO5860__.123

John Clifton _
   ld 1905/12/30 BLM   MT - MTMTAA 016245

John Clifton _
   ld 1901/11/20 BLM   ND - NDMTAA 007851
   ld 1889/09/28 BLM   ND - NDMTAA 141015
   ld 1909/06/24 BLM   ND - 68963

John Clifton _
   ld 1839/05/01 BLM   MI 11263  MI1330__.077
   ld 1839/05/01 BLM   MI 12293  MI1350__.049

John Clifton _
   ld 1838/08/15 BLM   IN 13276  IN2740__.237
   ld 1838/08/15 BLM   IN 13277  IN2740__.238
   ld 1838/08/15 BLM   IN 13278  IN2740__.239
   ld 1838/08/15 BLM   IN 13279  IN2740__.240
   ld 1839/09/02 BLM   IN 11193  IN1820__.363
   ld 1839/09/02 BLM   IN 11233  IN1820__.402
   ld 1839/09/02 BLM   IN 11236  IN1820__.405

John Clifton _
   ld 1843/06/15 BLM   MS 13299  MS3000__.363
   ld 1843/06/15 BLM   MS 13308  MS3000__.372
   ld 1844/08/14 BLM   MS 15801  MS3050__.319

John Clifton _
   ld 1849/02/01 BLM   OH 15878  OH1830__.263

John Clifton _
   ld 1844/08/14 BLM   MS 15900  MS3050__.418

John Clifton _
   ld 1849/02/01 BLM   OH 15931  OH1830__.312

John Clifton _
   ld 1833/12/02 BLM   MI 1939  MI0550__.437

John Clifton _
   ld 1835/09/16 BLM   IN 22249  IN1310__.456
   ld 1837/03/20 BLM   IN 25191  IN1370__.386

John Clifton _
   ld 1883/10/05 BLM   FL 2690  FL0480__.009

John Clifton _
   ld 1832/03/05 BLM   OH 2890  OH0290__.330

John Clifton _
   ld 1859/10/10 BLM   MI 32860  MI0960__.209

John Clifton _
   ld 1838/08/14 BLM   MS 4260  MS2820__.247
   ld 1838/08/14 BLM   MS 4261  MS2820__.248
   ld 1838/08/14 BLM   MS 4262  MS2820__.249
   ld 1838/08/14 BLM   MS 4263  MS2820__.250
   ld 1838/08/14 BLM   MS 4264  MS2820__.251

John Clifton _
   ld 1833/10/01 BLM   IL 844  IL0290__.356

John Clifton _
   ld 1848/11/01 BLM   MO 8808  MO5320__.292

John Clifton _
   ld 1837/08/10 BLM   IN 9603  IN1780__.269

John Clifton _
   ld 1842/04/09 BLM   MS 9939  MS2930__.448
   ld 1842/04/09 BLM   MS 9940  MS2930__.449

John Clifton _
   ld 1881/09/19 BLM   ID - IDIDAA 011848

John Clifton _
   ld 1881/06/06 BLM   OR - OROCAA 019597

John Clifton _
   ld 1905/03/11 BLM   WY - WYWYAA 010279
   ld 1907/05/27 BLM   WY - WYWYAA 010285

John A. Clifton _
   ld 1883/06/30 BLM   FL 2542  FL0710__.240

John A. Clifton _
   ld 1858/07/01 BLM   MO 29707  MO2610__.362

John A. Clifton _
   ld 1891/06/06 BLM   AL 6216  AL4130__.359

John C. Clifton _
   ld 1884/11/01 BLM   MO 2284  MO4310__.334

John C. Clifton _
   ld 1901/05/08 BLM   MO 6882  MO6100__.413

John E. Clifton _
   ld 1860/03/01 BLM   AR 9777  AR0190__.072

John F. Clifton _
   ld 1894/10/06 BLM   AR 9668  AR2610__.180

John H. Clifton _
   ld 1895/05/22 BLM   ID - IDIDAA 011912

John H. Clifton _
   ld 1857/12/01 BLM   MO 12341  MO5090__.353

John H. Clifton _
   ld 1891/09/15 BLM   AL 6375  AL4150__.138

John J. Clifton _
   ld 1860/10/01 BLM   AR 13072  AR0250__.043
   ld 1857/07/01 BLM   AR 6305  AR0130__.446

John J. Clifton _
   ld 1899/08/30 BLM   AR 9022  AR2780__.388

John L. Clifton _
   ld 1910/01/13 BLM   OK 04479  102529

John M. Clifton _
   ld 1906/02/05 BLM   MT - MTMTAA 066398
   ld 1905/03/18 BLM   AR 10429  AR3100__.450

John M. Clifton _
   ld 1848/11/01 BLM   AR 532  AR2080__.485
   ld 1858/05/03 BLM   AR 5438  AR2170__.373
   ld 1860/04/02 BLM   AR 6485  AR2230__.399
   ld 1860/09/01 BLM   AR 9733  AR2250__.224
   ld 1860/05/01 BLM   AR 11588  AR0700__.480
   ld 1859/07/01 BLM   AR 11720  AR0670__.178

John M. Clifton _
   ld 1880/11/20 BLM   AR 13796  AR2340__.285
   ld 1882/06/30 BLM   AR 1568  AR1490__.498

John T. Clifton _
   ld 1898/06/17 BLM   AL 16462  AL4900__.112

John T. Clifton _
   ld 1859/01/01 BLM   AL 18812  AL3310__.142
   ld 1860/02/01 BLM   AL 21642  AL3360__.254

John W. Clifton _
   ld 1845/10/09 BLM   MS 19056  MS3110__.373

Jonathan Clifton _
   ld 1849/03/29 BLM   FL 149  FL0970__.148
   ld 1882/08/25 BLM   FL 1975  FL0700__.202
   ld 1884/06/30 BLM   FL 5622  FL0520__.374

Joseph J. Clifton _
   ld 1884/06/30 BLM   SD - SDMTAA 127941

Joseph R. Clifton _
   ld 1837/04/10 BLM   MO 7302  MO0390__.085
   ld 1839/04/01 BLM   MO 14983  MO2260__.091

Joseph S. Clifton _
   ld 1860/10/01 BLM   AL 22816  AL3390__.051
   ld 1858/06/01 BLM   AL 28849  AL2780__.178
   ld 1858/06/01 BLM   AL 36139  AL2910__.152

Joshua H. Clifton _
   ld 1873/02/05 BLM   AR 34  AR0310__.065

Josiah Clifton _
   ld 1828/02/20 BLM   OH 1630  OH0370__.121

Josiah Clifton _
   ld 1837/03/16 BLM   IL 1488  IL0640__.464
   ld 1837/03/16 BLM   IL 1489  IL0640__.465
   ld 1837/03/20 BLM   IL 2218  IL0660__.162
   ld 1839/11/01 BLM   IL 4592  IL3630__.051
   ld 1833/10/01 BLM   IL 833  IL0290__.345

Karen Clifton _
   ld 1890/12/31 BLM   WY - WYWYAA 023724

Lemuel K. Clifton _
   ld 1845/04/21 BLM   LA 2531  LA0150__.146
   ld 1845/03/25 BLM   LA 2525  LA0150__.070
   ld 1845/03/25 BLM   LA 2526  LA0150__.071
   ld 1845/04/21 BLM   LA 2530  LA0150__.145

Lenord Clifton _
   ld 1858/03/01 BLM   AL 13208  AL4430__.013
   ld 1858/03/01 BLM   AL 13333  AL4430__.136
   ld 1858/03/01 BLM   AL 14035  AL4440__.316

Leon C. Clifton _
   ld 1916/02/18 BLM   CO - 514584

Leonard Clifton _
   ld 1849/05/01 BLM   AL 9506  AL4360__.478

Leven Clifton _
   ld 1845/06/01 BLM   AL 6991  AL3100__.421

Levi Clifton _
   ld 1850/02/01 BLM   IL 21733  IL3470__.262

Levi Clifton _
   ld 1849/08/01 BLM   WI 28366  WI3030__.278
   ld 1849/08/01 BLM   WI 29448  WI3050__.359
   ld 1850/01/01 BLM   WI 31503  WI3090__.401

Lewis Clifton _
   ld 1876/06/30 BLM   AR 1349  AR2440__.354
   ld 1859/12/01 BLM   AL 28301  AL3870__.375

Lewis Clifton _
   ld 1860/09/01 BLM   AL 30548  AL3930__.363
   ld 1860/09/01 BLM   AL 31069  AL3940__.373

Lewis Clifton _
   ld 1894/04/24 BLM   WA - WAOAA 075808

Liberty Clifton _
   ld 1853/04/15 BLM   MO 33502  MO1660__.091

Louis Clifton _
   ld 1900/05/11 BLM   WA - WAYAA 044000

Louisa Clifton _
   ld 1874/09/10 BLM   MO 1483  MO3340__.482

Louisa Clifton _
   ld 1892/06/30 BLM   CA - CACAAA 047052

Lucinda Clifton _
   ld 1891/12/26 BLM   MO 4658  MO3410__.131

Luella Clifton _
   ld 1914/01/31 BLM   CO - 381755

Lydia M. Clifton _
   ld 1908/01/30 BLM   ND - NDMTAA 036776

M. Clifton _
   ld 1859/09/10 BLM   MO 28293  MO4050__.158

Madison M. Clifton _
   ld 1852/10/01 BLM   MO 11319  MO5370__.356
   ld 1850/01/01 BLM   MO 9801  MO5340__.168
   ld 1869/07/20 BLM   MO 30011  MO5730__.441
   ld 1875/11/15 BLM   MO 30668  MO5750__.380

Martha Ann Clifton _
   ld 1889/01/05 BLM   OR - ORRAA 007924

Martha J. Clifton _
   ld 1911/09/25 BLM   NM - 226646

Mary Clifton _
   ld 1833/10/10 BLM   IL 35  IL0620__.035

Mary Clifton _
   ld 1903/12/22 BLM   MN 5383  MN3050__.189

Mary Clifton _
   ld 1925/02/04 BLM   WY - 952820

Mary Clifton _
   ld 1907/08/08 BLM   WY - WYWYAA 010286

Mary Ann Clifton _
   ld 1873/04/18 BLM   CA - CACAAA 054187

Mary P. Clifton _
   ld 1914/08/24 BLM   NM - 426869

Mathias Clifton _
   ld 1915/04/29 BLM   ND - 470564

Matthew Clifton _
   ld 1837/03/20 BLM   IN 25580  IN0850__.398
   ld 1837/03/20 BLM   IN 25581  IN0850__.399
   ld 1837/03/15 BLM   IN 23216  IN0810__.051

Mattie E. Clifton _
   ld 1908/07/16 BLM   OR - ORLGAA 083369

Michel M. Clifton _
   ld 1837/11/14 BLM   MO 5317  MO3460__.361
   ld 1837/11/14 BLM   MO 5318  MO3460__.362

Miles B. Clifton _
   ld 1861/04/01 BLM   AR 13778  AR0260__.218

Milton Clifton _
   ld 1840/11/03 BLM   IL 11142  IL4060__.466

Minnie F. Clifton _
   ld 1908/06/29 BLM   OR - ORTDAA 055906

Moses Clifton _
   ld 1840/11/03 BLM   IL 14004  IL4110__.395
   ld 1845/06/09 BLM   IL 6110  IL4160__.426

Moses Clifton _
   ld 1892/03/26 BLM   AL 7638  AL4160__.406

Moses Clifton _
   ld 1840/11/03 BLM   IL 8495  IL4020__.193

Nancy Clifton _
   ld 1858/06/01 BLM   AL 36169  AL2910__.182

Nathan Clifton _
   ld 1835/10/01 BLM   IN 6912  IN0140__.350
   ld 1839/08/01 BLM   IN 18313  IN2190__.192
   ld 1839/08/01 BLM   IN 22071  IN2260__.480
   ld 1837/03/15 BLM   IN 9586  IN2020__.014
   ld 1834/10/08 BLM   IL 1009  IL0300__.023
   ld 1837/03/30 BLM   IL 3349  IL0680__.252
   ld 1839/11/01 BLM   IL 4384  IL3620__.356
   ld 1839/11/01 BLM   IL 4386  IL3620__.358
   ld 1839/11/01 BLM   IL 4573  IL3630__.033

Nathan Clifton _
   ld 1848/11/01 BLM   AR 166  AR2080__.126
   ld 1848/11/01 BLM   AR 524  AR2080__.477
   ld 1856/09/01 BLM   AR 3003  AR2130__.090
   ld 1857/10/30 BLM   AR 7756  AR0610__.134
   ld 1857/10/30 BLM   AR 7895  AR0610__.166

Nathan Clifton _
   ld 1890/09/10 BLM   LA 3004  LA0370__.160

O. Claud Clifton _
   ld 1913/02/10 BLM   NM - 314332

Otho Reeves Clifton _
   ld 1923/11/07 BLM   OR - 922689

Paul Clifton _
   ld 1904/06/16 BLM   ND - NDMTAA 007959

Perry Z. Clifton _
   ld 1934/07/18 BLM   WY - 1070991

Perry Z. Clifton _
   ld 1913/02/13 BLM   CO - 315198

Porter H. Clifton _
   ld 1918/09/20 BLM   OR - 648581

Rachel E. Clifton _
   ld 1891/10/03 BLM   MN 1628  MN2260__.176

Rachel E. Clifton _
   ld 1875/04/01 BLM   MO 2101  MO5850__.078

Rebecca H. Clifton _
   ld 1915/02/12 BLM   MT - 457531

Reece Clifton _
   ld 1895/12/14 BLM   MS 10228  MS2520__.065

Reuben Thomas Clifton _
   ld 1889/01/05 BLM   OR - ORRAA 007924

Richard Clifton _
   ld 1873/04/18 BLM   CA - CACAAA 054187

Robert Clifton _
   ld 1856/01/03 BLM   MO 16364  MO3680__.253
   ld 1856/09/01 BLM   MO 21135  MO3740__.182

Robert A. Clifton _
   ld 1856/01/03 BLM   IL 17014  IL3820__.320

Robert Beauford Clifton _
   ld 1957/01/09 BLM   AK - 1168171

Robert H. Clifton _
   ld 1955/09/06 BLM   NM - 1154102

Samuel Clifton _
   ld 1833/10/15 BLM   MO 1394  MO0590__.306
   ld 1837/01/24 BLM   MO 3282  MO0620__.353

Samuel C. Clifton _
   ld 1849/04/10 BLM   MO 10556  MO3570__.265
   ld 1849/04/10 BLM   MO 10692  MO3570__.389

Samuel Clifton _
   ld 1851/11/01 BLM   MO 11614  MO3590__.270
   ld 1851/11/01 BLM   MO 11618  MO3590__.274
   ld 1851/12/01 BLM   MO 12141  MO3600__.284
   ld 1853/08/01 BLM   MO 14555  MO3650__.007
   ld 1854/11/15 BLM   MO 15288  MO3660__.327
   ld 1854/11/15 BLM   MO 15789  MO3670__.313
   ld 1854/11/15 BLM   MO 15790  MO3670__.314
   ld 1854/11/15 BLM   MO 15806  MO3670__.330
   ld 1856/01/03 BLM   MO 16336  MO3680__.238
   ld 1857/05/01 BLM   MO 43601  MO1890__.493
   ld 1857/05/15 BLM   MO 19927  MO5510__.392
   ld 1856/09/01 BLM   MO 45394  MO1830__.102

Samuel Clifton _
   ld 1840/11/03 BLM   IL 6733  IL3990__.092

Samuel B. Clifton _
   ld 1892/06/15 BLM   CA - CACAAA 074038

Samuel H. Clifton _
   ld 1910/05/23 BLM   AR 02965  131832

Samuel S. Clifton _
   ld 1857/04/15 BLM   MO 21247  MO3790__.268

Sarah Clifton _
   ld 1860/10/01 BLM   AL 38414  AL2960__.268

Sarah A. Clifton _
   ld 1895/07/09 BLM   MO 10024  MO6010__.108

Sarah J. Clifton _
   ld 1848/03/01 BLM   MO 9837  MO3550__.111

Sarah V. Clifton _
   ld 1906/10/09 BLM   AL 22054  AL5190__.165

Sidney Clifton _
   ld 1891/10/03 BLM   MN 1628  MN2260__.176

Sidney J. Clifton _
   ld 1904/10/03 BLM   OR - ORRAA 012503

Sim Clifton _
   ld 1920/05/05 BLM   CO - 748124

Sydney Clifton _
   ld 1857/05/15 BLM   MO 16912  MO5540__.092

Thomas Clifton _
   ld 1860/02/01 BLM   AR 10104  AR1040__.299
   ld 1861/05/01 BLM   AR 12636  AR1090__.296

Thomas Clifton _
   ld 1857/08/01 BLM   MO 11343  MO5080__.026

Thomas Clifton _
   ld 1837/03/18 BLM   IN 23241  IN1330__.416
   ld 1837/03/18 BLM   IN 23242  IN1330__.417
   ld 1837/03/18 BLM   IN 23243  IN1330__.418
   ld 1837/08/10 BLM   IN 9792  IN1780__.455
   ld 1838/08/20 BLM   IN 10735  IN1810__.372

Thomas Clifton _
   ld 1856/04/01 BLM   MO 3591  MO4930__.391
   ld 1857/04/01 BLM   MO 3721  MO5020__.252

Thomas Clifton _
   ld 1835/04/15 BLM   IL 6191  IL0230__.225

Thomas Clifton _
   ld 1854/11/15 BLM   AR 7444  AR0990__.213

Thomas B. Clifton _
   ld 1892/02/12 BLM   MO 7692  MO5960__.110

Thomas F. Clifton _
   ld 1913/07/08 BLM   NM - 345891

Thomas G. Clifton _
   ld 1917/08/14 BLM   ND - 597043

Thomas H. Clifton _
   ld 1861/04/01 BLM   AR 13780  AR0260__.258

Uriah W. Clifton _
   ld 1843/02/01 BLM   AR 4427  AR1710__.435
   ld 1845/05/01 BLM   AR 4508  AR0090__.155

Vernie Clifton _
   ld 1956/11/13 BLM   CA - 1166405

W. D. Clifton _
   ld 1885/05/09 BLM   FL 7931  FL0570__.017

W. R. Clifton _
   ld 1892/05/11 BLM   CO - COCOAA 031968

Walter Clifton _
   ld 1913/02/05 BLM   MT - 313561
   ld 1915/12/17 BLM   ND - 503973

Walter F. Clifton _
   ld 1928/04/25 BLM   NM - 1015553
   ld 1933/04/26 BLM   NM - 1063793

Wesley Clifton _
   ld 1889/07/03 BLM   FL 6875  FL0790__.219

Wiley Clifton _
   ld 1838/08/14 BLM   MS 4074  MS2820__.061
   ld 1838/08/14 BLM   MS 4075  MS2820__.062
   ld 1838/08/14 BLM   MS 4264  MS2820__.251

Wiley Clifton _
   ld 1848/02/01 BLM   MO 8977  MO3540__.175
   ld 1848/03/01 BLM   MO 9769  MO3550__.052

Wilie D. Clifton _
   ld 1839/05/06 BLM   MS 7835  MS2890__.307
   ld 1839/05/06 BLM   MS 7836  MS2890__.308

William Clifton _
   ld 1888/07/17 BLM   SD - SDMTAA 128016

William Clifton _
   ld 1896/06/23 BLM   AL 10368  AL4220__.330

William Clifton _
   ld 1859/07/01 BLM   AR 11835  AR0670__.258

William Clifton _
   ld 1851/05/01 BLM   WI 12746  WI2080__.199
   ld 1854/10/02 BLM   WI 15090  WI2110__.491

William Clifton _
   ld 1834/09/09 BLM   IN 17771  IN1220__.470
   ld 1837/03/18 BLM   IN 22470  IN1320__.175

William Clifton _
   ld 1839/09/20 BLM   AL 20252  AL2610__.460
   ld 1839/09/20 BLM   AL 20253  AL2610__.461

William Clifton _
   ld 1839/07/08 BLM   WI 3045  WI1870__.144

William Clifton _
   ld 1835/04/22 BLM   IL 6600  IL0240__.134
   ld 1837/03/30 BLM   IL 3486  IL0680__.383
   ld 1839/12/02 BLM   IL 12972  IL2150__.344

William Clifton _
   ld 1856/01/15 BLM   MO 43992  MO1810__.255
   ld 1859/11/01 BLM   MO 55765  MO2060__.313

William Clifton _
   ld 1818/12/29 BLM   IL 6447  IL5290__.046

William Clifton _
   ld 1874/05/01 BLM   AR 8276  AR0830__.052
   ld 1859/07/01 BLM   AR 9244  AR0640__.166

William Clifton _
   ld 1908/06/08 BLM   ID - IDIDAA 012395

William Clifton _
   ld 1890/10/21 BLM   WY - WYWYAA 023749

William B. Clifton _
   ld 1892/06/30 BLM   SD - SDMTAA 070915

William C. Clifton _
   ld 1837/08/08 BLM   AL 28530  AL1690__.178
   ld 1837/08/08 BLM   AL 28535  AL1690__.183
   ld 1838/07/28 BLM   AL 33415  AL1790__.058
   ld 1838/07/28 BLM   AL 33416  AL1790__.059

William D. Clifton _
   ld 1888/11/14 BLM   FL 6182  FL0780__.041

William E. Clifton _
   ld 1919/09/19 BLM   MT - 707039

William E. Clifton _
   ld 1901/07/09 BLM   WY - WYWYAA 003966
   ld 1903/03/21 BLM   WY - WYWYAA 004027

William H. Clifton _
   ld 1922/03/04 BLM   WY - 853456
   ld 1922/03/04 BLM   WY - 853461
   ld 1924/11/18 BLM   WY - 948175

William H. Clifton _
   ld 1882/10/30 BLM   FL 1473  FL0450__.212
   ld 1885/02/25 BLM   FL 4246  FL0530__.242
   ld 1885/06/20 BLM   AL 4301  AL4670__.108

William M. Clifton _
   ld 1917/08/15 BLM   ID - 597427

William M. Clifton _
   ld 1850/03/01 BLM   AL 10852  AL3180__.276

William R. Clifton _
   ld 1911/06/26 BLM   WY - 213101

William T. Clifton _
   ld 1870/02/25 BLM   OR - ORRAA 016784
   ld 1875/09/10 BLM   MO 2351  MO5850__.310
   ld 1876/03/01 BLM   AR 266  AR0310__.300

William W. Clifton _
   ld 1885/04/10 BLM   CA - CACAAA 088117

William W. Clifton _
   ld 1858/06/01 BLM   AL 31145  AL2820__.094
   ld 1859/12/10 BLM   AL 36657  AL2920__.336

Willie D. Clifton _
   ld 1842/04/09 BLM   MS 12008  MS2970__.486
   ld 1842/04/09 BLM   MS 12053  MS2980__.036

Willie L. Clifton _
   ld 1918/12/16 BLM   CO - 656398

Winnaford Clifton _
   ld 1841/07/01 BLM   MO 6756  MO3490__.427

Z. T. Clifton _
   ld 1885/01/15 BLM   WA - WAWWAA 012374

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Benjamin Clifton _
   mf 1774 Oct 27 Margaret _ _, PA_SPPECR.

Elizabeth Clifton _
   bf 1777 Jan 23 to Benjamin Clifton _ et ux Martha

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Eliza Clifton _
   mm 1792 Nov 15 John Tucker _ PA_SPPECR

Robert Clifton _
   n. 1695 Province of Pennsylvania, Members of the Governor's Council
      Sussex P649, 682, 686 PA (2nd with marriage records?) Series

Thomas Clifton _
   n. 1695 Province of Pennsylvania, Members of the Governor's Council
      Sussex PA (2nd with marriage records?) Series

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Levin Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P49.
      DE, Kent Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Levin Clifton           /00 01 00 01 00/00 01 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW

Isaac Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P58.
      DE, Kent Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Isaac Clifton           /05 01 01 01 00/00 00 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

Mary Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P88.
      DE, Kent Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Mary Clifton  -N-       /00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 00 00/30 00_____________

Nathan Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P88.
      DE, Kent Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Nathan Clifton          /00 00 02 00 01/00 00 00 00 01/03 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW

Robert Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P89.
      DE, Kent Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Robert Clifton          /00 01 01 01 00/02 01 01 00 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Mathias Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P100.
      DE, Kent Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Mathias Clifton         /00 00 02 01 00/00 00 00 01 00/22 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW

Mary Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P290.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Mary Clifton            /02 01 00 00 00/01 00 00 00 02/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Thomas Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P290.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Thomas Clifton          /01 00 00 01 00/01 00 02 00 00/01 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Luraner Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P291.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Luraner Clifton         /01 00 00 00 00/00 01 00 01 01/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

John Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P292.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Clifton            /01 00 01 00 00/01 01 01 00 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Elias Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P311.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Elias Clifton           /01 01 00 01 00/02 00 01 00 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Joseph Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P311.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Joseph Clifton          /00 00 01 01 00/00 00 01 00 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW

Pemberton Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P331.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Pemberton Clifton       /01 00 00 00 01/04 02 01 01 00/01 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Nathaniel Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P347.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Nathaniel Clifton       /01 00 00 01 00/00 02 01 01 00/01 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

David Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P348.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 David Clifton           /01 00 00 01 00/01 00 01 00 01/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Edward Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P348.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Edward Clifton          /02 00 00 01 00/01 00 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Tilman Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P364.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Tilman Clifton          /01 00 01 00 01/00 00 01 00 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

Benjamin Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P379.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Benjamin Clifton        /00 02 02 00 01/01 00 01 00 01/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Joshua Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P379.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Joshua Clifton          /01 00 00 00 01/00 00 00 00 01/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

Daniel Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P404.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Daniel Clifton          /00 01 00 01 00/01 00 01 00 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Whittington Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P29   R4 P404.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Whittington Clifton     /01 01 01 01 00/01 02 01 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW


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Nathan Clifton_
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33  Index P2  R4 P316 L37
      DE, Sussex Co. Broad_Creek Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Nathan Clifton          /00 00 00 00 01 00/00 00 00 01 00/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 (Nathan Clifton)________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW

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Daniel Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P87 L21.
      DE, Kent Co.,            Hnd.   201000 001000
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Daniel Clifton           /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/


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Mary Clifton _
   bf 1830
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P10   R55 P49A L24  730/730.
      DE, Sussex Co., Lewes Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 11, __ ______ Asst Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 George Maull               36M Sailor (pilot)          600SussCoDE
 Hannah  "                  29F                               "
 Charles   "                 8M                               "     S
 Mary E.   "                 6M                               "     S
 Hetty     "                 3F                               "
 Fanny     "                1mF                               "
 Sarah Wiltbank             10FB                              "
 Mary Clifton               20F                               "
 Hetty Clifton              16F                               "
 Elizabeth Clifton          52F                               "

   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P10   R55 P47A L25 703/703.
      DE, Sussex Co., Lewes Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 15, __ ______ Asst Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Purnal                     35M Clerk                   200SussCoDE
 Mary   "                   34F                               "
 Hannah Clifton             15F                               "
 Celia ?                    10F                               "     S
 Benjamin                   10M                               "     S
 William                     7M                               "     S
 John                        5M                               "     S
 Purnal                      2M                               "

Elizabeth Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P10   R55 P173A L12  423/423.
      DE, Sussex Co., Dagsboro Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __,  Dagworthy Derickson, Asst Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Benjamin D. Burton         25M Farmer                 4000SussCoDE
 Sarah A.    "              20F                               "
 Laura A.    "             11mF                               "
 Elizabeth Clifton          24F                               "      I
 John Dingle                23MB



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John Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P723
      NC, Wake
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Clifton ___________/00 00 00 00 01/01 00 00 00 01/0 0
 (John)__________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Azel Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P723
      NC, Wake
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Azel Clifton ___________/01 00 00 01 00/00 00 01 00 00/0 0
 (Azel)__________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P34
      NC, Johnston Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Azel Clifton ___________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Israel Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P723
      NC, Wake
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Isel Clifton ___________/01 00 01 00 00/00 00 01 00 00/0 0
 (Isel)__________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

William Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P723
      NC, Wake,    0--0- -21-0 --  undecipherable, must check film.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 William Clifton ________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

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Bailey Clifton _
   n. 1820 NC, Wake Co., Tax

Henry Clifton _
   n. 1820 NC, Wake Co., Tax

Willie Clifton _
   n. 1820 NC, Wake Co., Tax

William Clifton _

   n. 1820 NC, Wake Co., Tax

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Sarah Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R374 P119
      NC, WAK
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Sarah Clifton ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P12
      NC, Wake, St. Mary
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 Sarah Clifton

Wm. B. Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R374 P143
      NC, WAK
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Wm. B. Clifton __________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Martha Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P45
      NC, Wake, Cross Ro
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------

Sally Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P78
      NC, Wake, Western
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------



Joel Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P12
      NC, Johnston Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 ________________________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R363 P270
      NC, Johnston Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joel Clifton ____________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Joel B. Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R363 P238
      NC, Johnston Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joel B. Clifton _________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Joseph Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R363 P259
      NC, Johnston Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph Clifton __________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Henry A. Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R363 P241
      NC, Johnston Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Henry A. Clifton ________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P34
      NC, Johnston Co., 5th Dist
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 Henry A. Clifton

Revers Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P22
      NC, Johnston Co., Smithfie
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------


Rufus Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P22
      NC, Johnston Co., Smithfie
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------


Thomas C. Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P02
      NC, Johnston Co., Smithfie
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------


Acril P. Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P27
      NC, Johnston Co., Smithfie
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------

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Bozman Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P157
      NC, Bladen Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Bozman Clifton _________/03 01 00 01 00/01 01 00 01 00/0 0
 (Bozman)________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

R. Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P28
      NC, Bladen Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 ________________________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

John Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R355 P210
      NC, Bladen Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Clifton ____________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P79
      NC, Bladen Co., Cape Fea
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------


Dicy Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R355 P212
      NC, Bladen Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Dicy Clifton ____________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Daniel Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P79
      NC, Bladen Co., Cape Fea
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------

Thoda Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P79
      NC, Bladen Co., Cape Fea
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------

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Nathan Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P823
      NC, Jones
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Nathan Clifton _________/02 00 00 01 00/00 00 01 00 00/0 0
 (Nathan)________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

Sarah Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P799
      NC, Jones
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Sarah Clifton __________/00 01 00 00 00/00 01 02 01 00/0 6
 (Sarah)_________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW

Daniel Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P825
      NC, Jones
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Daniel Clifton _________/00 00 01 00 00/00 00 01 00 00/0 1
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW

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David Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P842
      NC, Lincoln
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 David Clifton __________/03 01 00 01 00/02 02 00 01 00/0 0
 (David)_________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P47
      NC, Lincoln Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 ________________________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW


James Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P842
      NC, Lincoln
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 James Clifton __________/01 00 00 01 00/04 01 00 01 00/0 0
 (James)_________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P51
      NC, Lincoln Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 James Clifton __________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW


James Clifton _
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P51
      NC, Lincoln Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 ________________________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Lucy Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P50
      NC, Lincoln Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 ________________________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

William Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P50
      NC, Lincoln Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 ________________________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Phebe Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R364 P110
      NC, Lincoln Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Phebe Clifton ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Jacob G. Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R364 P125
      NC, Lincoln Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jacob G. Clifton ________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Davis Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R364 P130
      NC, Lincoln Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Davis Clifton ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
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Edwin Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P296
      NC, Halifax
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Edwin Clifton __________/01 00 00 01 00/02 00 01 00 00/2 5
 (Edwin)_________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Lemuel Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P296
      NC, Halifax
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Lemuel Clifton _________/02 00 02 01 00/01 00 01 00 00/0 1
 (Lemuel)________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
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Ezekiel Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P469
      NC, Franklin
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Ezekel Clifton _________/01 00 00 01 00/00 00 00 01 00/0 0
 (Ezekel)________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

John Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P492
      NC, Franklin
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Clifton ___________/02 03 00 01 00/02 00 00 01 00/0 0
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Tilman Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R360 P73
      NC, Franklin Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Tilman Clifton __________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Thomas T. Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R360 P75
      NC, Franklin Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas T. Clifton _______/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Willis Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R360 P75
      NC, Franklin Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Willis Clifton __________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Wiley Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P28
      NC, Fran Harris D.
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------

Silmon Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P28
      NC, Franklin Co., Harris D
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------

Thoams L. Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P36
      NC, Franklin Co., Timberla
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------

Betsy Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P37
      NC, Franklin Co., Timberla
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------

Henry Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P37
      NC, Franklin Co., Timberla
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
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Jacob Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P643
      NC, Surry
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Jacob Clifton __________/02 01 00 01 00/02 00 00 01 00/0 0
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
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Joseph Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P612
      NC, Orange
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Joseph Clifton _________/01 00 00 01 00/00 00 01 00 00/0 0
 (Joseph)________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

Josiah Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P612
      NC, Orange
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Josiah Clifton _________/01 00 00 01 00/00 00 01 01 00/0 0
 (Josiah)________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P88
      NC, Orange Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Josiah Clefton _________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

William Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P101
      NC, Orange Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 ________________________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
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Reuben Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P702
      NC, Washington
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Reuben Clifton _________/00 00 01 00 00/03 00 01 00 00/0 0
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Robert Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P702
      NC, Washington
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Robert Clifton _________/00 02 00 00 00/00 00 00 01 00/0 0
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 (Robert)________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW

Daniel Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P6
      NC, Washington Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 ________________________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R373 P15
      NC, Washington Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Daniel Clifton __________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P84
      NC, Washington Co., Cool Spr
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 Daniel Clifton

Simeon Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P11
      NC, Washington Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Simeon Clifton _________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R373 P14
      NC, Washington Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Simeon Clifton __________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P97
      NC, Washington Co., Skinners
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 Simeon Clifton

Thomas Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P11
      NC, Washington Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Thomas Clifton _________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R373 P7
      NC, Washington Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Clifton __________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P95
      NC, Washington Co., Skinners
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 Thomas Clifton

James Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R373 P14
      NC, Washington Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Clifton ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P96
      NC, Washington Co., Skinners
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 James Clifton

John Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P84
      NC, Washington Co., Cool Spr
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------

Elizabet A. Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P86
      NC, Washington Co., Cool Spr
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------

David Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P06
      NC, Washington Co., Plymouth
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 David Clifton

Margaret Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P06
      NC, Washington Co., Plymouth
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 Margaret Clifton

Margaret Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P06
      NC, Washington Co., Plymouth
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 Margaret Clifton

John A. Clifton _
   n. 1890 Veterans Census, North Carolina, Washington Co., Scappernong Twp.

Reuben Clifton _
   n. 1890 Veterans Census, North Carolina, Washington Co., Scappernong Twp.

Samuel Clifton _
   n. 1890 Veterans Census, North Carolina, Washington Co., Plymouth Twp., 002

Stephen Clifton _
   n. 1890 Veterans Census, North Carolina, Washington Co., Scappernong Twp.
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William Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R_/B P686
      NC, Caswell
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 William Clifton ________/02 00 01 01 00/00 00 01 00 00/0 2
 (William)_______________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

Benjamin Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P6
      NC, Bertie Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 ________________________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Benjamin Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P9
      NC, Northampton Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 ________________________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

John Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P108
      NC, Rowan Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 ________________________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
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Nathan Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P12
      NC, Sampson Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 ________________________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

J. C. Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R371 P16
      NC, Sampson Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 J. C. Clifton ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Thomas C. Clifton _
   mf ____ ___ __ Joanna Lee _ of Johnston Co., NC. Genforum reference.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R371 P36
      NC, Sampson Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas C. Clifton _______/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Hardy B. Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R371 P6
      NC, Sampson Co.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 H. B. Clifton ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P22
      NC, Sampson Co., Northrn
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 Hardy B. Clifton

John L. Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P17
      NC, Sampson Co., Northern
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 John L. Clifton
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Daniel Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R357 P289
      NC, Cumberlanderland
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Daniel Clifton __________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Bozian Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P78
      NC, Cumberland, Eastern
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 Bozian Clifton
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John R. Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R357 P197
      NC, Chatham
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John R. Clifton _________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Elias Clifton _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R369 P175
      NC, Rockingham
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Elias Clifton ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P77
      NC, Rockingham Co., Western
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 Elias Clifton _

John Clifton _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 P14
      NC, Rockingham Co., Eastern
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 John Clifton

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   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R462 P177B L9 36/36.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Penns Neck Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 11, Samuel Prior, Jr. Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joseph Wiley               25M Farmer                  300NJ
 .
 .
 .
 David Clifton              10M                            NJ       S
 Eliza .....                 8FM                           NJ.

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William Clifton _
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 Index P312     R___ P213
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Southwark Town, Swanson St. east side.
 W^m Clifton (Blacksmith; Shop) ____________________ 00 00 00 00 00
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 Index P312     R___ P213
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Southwark Town, Swanson St. west side.
 W^m Cliffton (B.Smith) ____________________________ 03 01 04 02 00
 (William Clifton)_______16-$ MW
 ________________________16-$ MW
 ________________________16-$ MW
 ________________________00-15MW
 ________________________00-$ FW
 ________________________00-$ FW
 ________________________00-$ FW
 ________________________00-$ FW
 ________________________00-$ FP
 ________________________00-$ FP
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P272  R43 P16.
      PA, Philadelphia Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 William Clifton         /00 00 01 00 02/00 00 04 01 00/20 00 _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW

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John Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P272  R43 P201.
      PA, Philadelphia Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Clifton            /00 00 03 01 00/01 00 00 01 00/00 00 _____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Francis Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P272  R43 P218.
      PA, Philadelphia Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Francis Clifton         /00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 02 00/06 00 _____________
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 26-44FW

Benjamin Clifton _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P272  R43 P323.
      PA, Philadelphia Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Benjamin Clifton        /02 00 00 01 00/01 01 00 02 00/00 00 _____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

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Allen Clifton _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P47   R56 P92B L15.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., East Southwark Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Allen Clifton           /03 00 00 01 00/00 00 01 00 00/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW

Sarah Clifton _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P47   R56 P122B L1.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., West Southwark Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Sarah Clifton           /00 00 00 01 00/00 01 01 00 01/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P62  R110 P83B L12.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Southwark Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Sarah Clifton           /00 00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 01 01/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 26-44FW

Thomas Clifton _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P47   R57 P54 L24.
      PA, Washington Co., Hope Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Thomas Clifton          /01 00 00 01 00/01 00 01 00 00/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P62  R113 P223 L22.
      PA, Washington Co., Cross_Cr Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Thomas Clifton          /03 01 00 00 01 00/02 00 00 01 00/0 1 _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW


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John Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P62  R104 P231 L  .
      PA, Northampton Co., Easton Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Clifton            /03 01 01 01 01 00/00 00 00 01 00/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 16-17MW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW

Lemon Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P62  R106 P79 L23.
      PA, Lancaster Co., Lancaster Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Lemon Clifton           /00 00 00 00 00 01/01 00 00 01 00/0 0 0 1 _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

Adeline Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P62  R108 P159A L7.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., South_Ward Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S
 Adeline Clifton         /00 00 00 00 00 00/00 00 06 01 00/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2____
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW

Isaac Clifton _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P62  R109 P193B L13.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Ward_1 Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Isaac Clifton           /03 02 00 00 01 01/00 00 00 02 01/0 0 0 1 _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW


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John Clifton _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P82   R145 P124 L18.
      PA, Bradford Co., Troy Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Clifton             /1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04M

John Clifton _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P82   R156 P8 L4.
      PA, Northampton Co., Easton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Clifton             /0 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

John Clifton _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P82   R157 P20 L12.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., 1st_Ward Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Clifton             /0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Thomas Clifton _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P82   R158 P248 L21.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., East_Southwark Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Clifton           /0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Sarah Clifton _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P82   R158 P256 L5.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., East_Southwark Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Sarah Clifton            /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 40-49FW

Robert Clifton _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P82   R157 P377 L5.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., West_Southwark Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Robert Clifton           /0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

Anna Clifton _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P82   R162 P250 L  .
      PA, Fayette Co., Washington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Anna Clifton             /_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/

Thomas Clifton _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P82   R163 P252 L  .
      PA, Washington Co., Mount_Pl Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Clifton           /_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/

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      Name                       Date       Race      Location
      Clifton, Aaron 1789   Sussex County
      Clifton, Absalom 1739-1740   Kent County
      Clifton, Alfred O. 1894-1896   Kent County
      Clifton, Asa 1843-1845   Sussex County
      Clifton, Asenath 1832   Kent County
      Clifton, Beatrice 1888-1893   Sussex County
      Clifton, Benjamin 1787   Sussex County
      Clifton, Catherine 1855   Sussex County
      Clifton, Charles 1813   Sussex County
      Clifton, Charles Curtis 1909-1910   Kent County
      Clifton, Clement 1855-1856   Kent County
      Clifton, Clement 1855-1859   Kent County
      Clifton, Curtis Mattocks 1789   Sussex County
      Clifton, Daniel 1786-1793   Sussex County
      Clifton, Daniel 1884-1885   Kent County
      Clifton, Eli 1879   Sussex County
      Clifton, Eliza Jane 1938   Kent County
      Clifton, Elizabeth 1867   Sussex County
      Clifton, Elizabeth 1890   Sussex County
      Clifton, Elizabeth H. 1870-1871   Kent County
      Clifton, Frederick G. 1923   Sussex County
      Clifton, George A. 1920-1926   Sussex County
      Clifton, George A. 1921   Sussex County
      Clifton, Hudson 1858-1860   New Castle County
      Clifton, Imogen R. 1931   Kent County
      Clifton, Isaac N.D.   Sussex County
      Clifton, Isaac 1806   Sussex County
      Clifton, James 1823   Sussex County
      Clifton, James W. 1897-1898   Sussex County
      Clifton, Jehu 1807   Sussex County
      Clifton, Jehu 1796   Sussex County
      Clifton, Jehu 1860-1862   Kent County
      Clifton, Jehu 1897-1898   Kent County
      Clifton, John 1790-1791   Sussex County
      Clifton, John 1836-1837   Sussex County
      Clifton, John C. 1926   Kent County
      Clifton, John O. 1905-1906   Sussex County
      Clifton, John W. 1875-1879   Sussex County
      Clifton, John W. 1924-1925   Kent County
      Clifton, Jonathan 1805   Kent County
      Clifton, Jonathan 1789-1792   Sussex County
      Clifton, Levica 1857-1858   Sussex County
      Clifton, Levin 1777   Sussex County
      Clifton, Levin 1789   Sussex County
      Clifton, Lurana 1808-1809   Sussex County
      Clifton, Major 1797-1802   Sussex County
      Clifton, Margaret 1904   Kent County
      Clifton, Margaret A. 1918-1920   Sussex County
      Clifton, Mariam Elizabeth 1928-1829   Kent County
      Clifton, Mary 1784   Sussex County
      Clifton, Mary 1817-1823   Sussex County
      Clifton, Mary E. 1891   Sussex County
      Clifton, Mary J. 1912-1915   Kent County
      Clifton, Mathias 1828-1831   Sussex County
      Clifton, Matthew 1789-1797   Sussex County
      Clifton, Minos 1798-1800   Sussex County
      Clifton, Nancy 1792   Sussex County
      Clifton, Nathan 1789-1792   Sussex County
      Clifton, Nathan 1867   Sussex County
      Clifton, Nathan 1818-1828   Kent County
      Clifton, Nathaniel 1837-1845   Sussex County
      Clifton, Pemberton 1842-1845   Sussex County
      Clifton, Pemberton 1893-1895   Sussex County
      Clifton, Pemberton 1868-1872   Kent County
      Clifton, Philip 1799   Sussex County
      Clifton, Robert 1720   Sussex County
      Clifton, Robert 1724   Sussex County
      Clifton, Robert 1807-1811   Kent County
      Clifton, Robert 1912-1915   Kent County
      Clifton, Robert Hirons 1911-1912   Kent County
      Clifton, Robert T. 1917-1918   Sussex County
      Clifton, Sallie A. 1872   Sussex County
      Clifton, Sallie G. 1920-1921   Sussex County
      Clifton, Sallie P. 1958   Sussex County
      Clifton, Skiyran (Sciron) 1826-1831   Kent County
      Clifton, Tabitha 1784-1786   Sussex County
      Clifton, Tabithe 1786   Sussex County
      Clifton, Thomas 1813   Sussex County
      Clifton, Thomas 1708   Sussex County
      Clifton, Thomas 1783-1785   Kent County
      Clifton, Thomas 1796-1802   Kent County
      Clifton, Whittington 1823   Sussex County
      Clifton, William 1786   Sussex County
      Clifton, William 1864-1865   Sussex County
      Clifton, William 1898-1899   Sussex County
      Clifton, William D. 1892-1893   Sussex County
      Clifton, Wreycham W. 1901   Sussex County
      Clifton, Zachariah 1866   Sussex County

   n. Ella Clifton 1877/01/23 15254 CR 48,049.
      http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s1400/s1483/html/ssi1483ac1.html

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      1. Soundex  C413
      2. PA_PCB - Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia Co., 1766-1780  GSOP
         PA_PCB - earlier
      3. PA Archives V9 2nd Series Philadelphia Monthly Meeting
         PA_PPL Philadelphia Public Ledger
         PA_PPM Philadelphia Monthly Meeting
      4. Bureau of Archives and History, 185 West State Street, CN307, Trenton,
         N.J. 08625 609 292-6260 as of 1994 May 30
      5. NJ_BuCMR - Burlington Co. Marriage Records - Craig.  done
         NJ_GCMR. done
         NJ_CuCMR. done
         NJ_SCGDV1. done
         NJ_SGCDV2. done
      6. DE_ISCW - Index of Sussex Co. Wills 1800-1851 - Moore
      7. ECRoBC, EMM.  Early Church Records of Burlington County, Evesham
         Monthly Meeting. P147.
      8. Encyclopaedia of American Quaker Genealogy - Hinshaw
         P61,208,347,442,488,489
      9. BLM - Bureau of Land Management Records
      10. CaCHS - cardfile index WJP=West Jersey Press, CD=Camden Democrat
      11. information (all) from Daniel Clifton
         dclifton[at]ati.com, dclifton[at]cfl.rr.com
      12. PA_HOMC - History of Montgomery County - 1884, Theodore W. Bean.
         Publisher:  Everts & Peck 1884, Philadelphia.
         http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/pa/montgomery/beantoc.htm
      13. GDFSNE
         A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before
         1692.   4 volumes.  By James Savage.
         Available in some libraries and on the Internet at:
         http://www.usgennet.org/usa/topic/newengland/savage

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Aaron B. Clifton _ P70                 Aaron Clifton _ P70                   
Abigail Clifton _ P31                  Acril P. Clifton _ P79                
Adeline Clifton _ P95                  Albert C. Clifton _ P70               
Albert H. Clifton _ P70                Albert W. Clifton _ P70               
Alex Clifton _ P70                     Alexander Jacob Clifton 10 P18        
Alexander James Clifton 09 P12         Alfred Clifton 11 P25                 
Alfred Clifton _ P70                   Alfred N. Clifton _ P70               
Alfred Royal Clifton 10 P17            Alice B. Clifton 10 P17               
Alice Clifton 11 P26                   Alison Clifton _ P70                  
Allen Clifton _ P94                    Allen Joseph Clifton 10 P18           
Allie F. Bean Clifton _ P70            Amanda Ferguson Clifton _ P58         
Amanda K. Clifton _ P37                Amy Clifton _ P70                     
Amy F. Clifton _ P50                   Ancil C. Clifton _ P70                
Ancil Clifton _ P70                    Anderson Clifton _ P70                
Andrew Clifton _ P70                   Andrew J. Clifton _ P70               
Andrew Jefferson Clifton _ P70         Ann Clifton 06 P6                     
Ann Clifton _ P2                       Ann Clifton _ P32                     
Ann Clifton _ P50                      Anna Clifton _ P96                    
Anna Eleanor Clifton 11 P22            Anna Kates Clifton 10 P17             
Anna M. Clifton 10 P16                 Anne Clifton 08 P30                   
Arsand Clifton _ P70                   Austin Clifton _ P70                  
Azel Clifton _ P77                     Bailey Clifton _ P78                  
Barbra Clifton 14 P68                  Benjamin C. Clifton _ P70             
Benjamin Clifton 07 P9                 Benjamin Clifton _ P70                
Benjamin Clifton _ P71                 Benjamin Clifton _ P74                
Benjamin Clifton _ P88                 Benjamin Clifton _ P93                
Benjamin Franklin Clifton _ P70        Benjamin J. Clifton _ P70             
Benjamin W. Clifton _ P70              Betsy Clifton _ P84                   
Bosman Clifton _ P70                   Bosmon Clifton _ P70                  
Bozian Clifton _ P90                   Bozman Clifton _ P80                  
Burditt A. Clifton _ P70               Caroline Clifton _ P70                
Caswell D. Clifton _ P70               Caswell R. Clifton _ P70              
Catharine A. Clifton _ P57             Catharine Clifton 09 P42              
Catharine Clifton _ P70                Catherine Clifton 10 P17              
Catherine Clifton _ P55                Chancy W. Clifton _ P70               
Charles A. Clifton _ P70               Charles B. Clifton _ P49              
Charles C. Clifton _ P70               Charles Clifton 12 P63                
Charles Clifton _ P70                  Charles E. Clifton _ P70              
Charles Edward Clifton 10 P17          Charles H. Clifton 10 P16             
Charles K. Clifton _ P37               Charles P. Clifton _ P70              
Charles S. Clifton _ P70               Charles W. Clifton _ P70              
Charles Weygandt Clifton 10 P18        Charlie Clifton _ P70                 
Charlotte Clifton _ P70                Charlotte Johnson Clifton _ P56       
Clarence A. Clifton 11 P26             Clarence E. Clifton 10 P18            
Claud H. Clifton 10 P16                Clisby Austin Clifton _ P70           
Cora Virginia Clifton 10 P17           Cyrus M. Clifton _ P70                
Daniel C. Clifton 16 P60               Daniel C. Clifton 16 P61              
Daniel Clifton 07 P9                   Daniel Clifton 14 P59                 
Daniel Clifton _ P54                   Daniel Clifton _ P55                  
Daniel Clifton _ P57                   Daniel Clifton _ P70                  
Daniel Clifton _ P74                   Daniel Clifton _ P76                  
Daniel Clifton _ P80                   Daniel Clifton _ P81                  
Daniel Clifton _ P87                   Daniel Clifton _ P90                  
Daniel Layton Clifton 15 P65           David Clifton 15 P66                  
David Clifton _ P74                    David Clifton _ P82                   
David Clifton _ P87                    Davis Clifton _ P82                   
Deborah Clifton 08 P40                 Delaney Clifton _ P3                  
Dennis H. Clifton _ P70                Dicy Clifton _ P80                    
Donna Clifton 15 P66                   Dorcas Clifton _ P55                  
Dorothy A. Clifton _ P70               Dorothy Clifton 11 P24                
Earl W. Clifton _ P70                  Edgar Knox Clifton 10 P17             
Edmond Clifton _ P70                   Edmund Clifton 14 P64                 
Edward A. Clifton _ P70                Edward Clifton _ P74                  
Edwin Clifton 11 P21                   Edwin Clifton _ P70                   
Edwin Clifton _ P83                    Eldridge Clifton 13 P67               
Eldridge Clifton 14 P68                Eli Clifton _ P70                     
Elias Clifton _ P70                    Elias Clifton _ P74                   
Elias Clifton _ P91                    Elinor Clifton 08 P30                 
Eliza Clifton _ P72                    Elizabet A. Clifton _ P87             
Elizabeth "Betty" Clifton _ P55        Elizabeth Clifton 06 P6               
Elizabeth Clifton 07 P39               Elizabeth Clifton 08 P30              
Elizabeth Clifton _ P3                 Elizabeth Clifton _ P70               
Elizabeth Clifton _ P71                Elizabeth Clifton _ P76               
Elizabeth R. Clifton 11 P23            Elizabeth W. Clifton 15 P59           
Ella D. Clifton _ P49                  Elliott E. Clifton _ P70              
Elwood Clifton _ P36                   Elwood Horace Clifton _ P70           
Elwood Stokes Clifton _ P36            Emily Clifton _ P70                   
Emma Annie Clifton 11 P27              Emma C. Clifton 10 P16                
Ernest Sylvester Clifton 15 P66        Esther Clifton 06 P6                  
Ethel Clifton _ P70                    Eugene Clifton _ P70                  
Eugene S. Clifton _ P70                Eugene W. Clifton 10 P15              
Evelyn Doster Clifton 11 P27           Evora Clifton 15 P66                  
Ezekiel Clifton _ P84                  Fannie Belle Clifton 11 P26           
Fee Clifton _ P70                      Ferdnan C. Clifton _ P70              
Frances C. Clifton 10 P16              Frances Clifton 08 P30                
Francis Clifton _ P93                  Frank Clifton _ P70                   
Franklin Clifton _ P70                 Franklin H. Clifton 10 P18            
Fred H. Clifton _ P70                  Frederick Clifton _ P57               
Frederick Clifton _ P70                Frederick F. Clifton _ P70            
G. Warren Clifton 10 P15               George Alexander Clifton 11 P27       
George Clifton 07 P8                   George Clifton 09 P54                 
George Clifton _ P37                   George Clifton _ P70                  
George E. Clifton _ P70                George H. Clifton _ P70               
George T. Clifton _ P70                George W. Clifton 09 P12              
George W. Clifton 10 P16               George W. Clifton _ P70               
George Washington Clifton _ P56        George William Clifton 10 P18         
George William Clifton 11 P26          Gertrude Clifton 10 P15               
Gertrude Clifton 10 P16                Gertrude Constance Clifton 10 P17     
Gilbert D. Clifton _ P70               Grandville T. Clifton _ P70           
Granvil N. Clifton _ P70               Hampton A. Clifton _ P70              
Hannah Ann Clifton 10 P13              Hannah Clifton 06 P6                  
Hannah Clifton 07 P35                  Hannah Clifton 08 P36                 
Hannah Clifton 08 P40                  Hannah Clifton 09 P42                 
Hannah Clifton 10 P52                  Hannah Clifton _ P59                  
Hardy B. Clifton _ P89                 Harriet Clifton 14 P68                
Harry Douglas Clifton 10 P17           Harry H. Clifton _ P70                
Harry S. Clifton _ P70                 Henrietta J. B. Clifton 10 P17        
Henry A. Clifton _ P79                 Henry Clifton 06 P38                  
Henry Clifton 07 P39                   Henry Clifton 08 P40                  
Henry Clifton _ P45                    Henry Clifton _ P48                   
Henry Clifton _ P70                    Henry Clifton _ P78                   
Henry Clifton _ P84                    Henry E. Clifton _ P70                
Henry J. Clifton _ P70                 Hill Clifton _ P70                    
Hiram A. Clifton _ P70                 Hiram Clifton _ P70                   
Hope Clifton _ P4                      Hugh Clifton 05 P46                   
Hugh Clifton 06 P46                    Hugh Clifton 07 P47                   
Ida Mae Clifton 11 P26                 Isaac Clifton _ P3                    
Isaac Clifton _ P32                    Isaac Clifton _ P70                   
Isaac Clifton _ P74                    Isaac Clifton _ P95                   
Isaac N. Clifton _ P70                 Isabel Clifton _ P70                  
Isaiah Clifton _ P70                   Israel Clifton _ P77                  
J. C. Clifton _ P89                    Jack S. Clifton _ P70                 
Jacob Clifton _ P37                    Jacob Clifton _ P70                   
Jacob Clifton _ P85                    Jacob G. Clifton _ P82                
Jacob W. Clifton 09 P12                James A. Clifton _ P70                
James B. Clifton _ P70                 James Clifton 08 P44                  
James Clifton 10 P16                   James Clifton _ P43                   
James Clifton _ P70                    James Clifton _ P82                   
James Clifton _ P87                    James J. Clifton _ P70                
James M. Clifton _ P70                 James N. Clifton _ P3                 
James R. Clifton _ P70                 Jane Clifton _ P70                    
Janet Clifton 08 P44                   Janette Clifton 14 P68                
Jasper Clifton _ P70                   Jehu Clifton _ P57                    
Jehu Clifton _ P70                     Jesse Clifton 15 P66                  
Jesse O. Clifton _ P70                 Jesse T. Clifton _ P70                
Jessie Williams Clifton 11 P22         Joel B. Clifton _ P79                 
Joel Clifton _ P79                     John A. Clifton _ P70                 
John A. Clifton _ P87                  John C. Clifton 16 P61                
John C. Clifton _ P70                  John Clifton 06 P34                   
John Clifton 06 P6                     John Clifton 07 P30                   
John Clifton 07 P39                    John Clifton 07 P8                    
John Clifton 07 P9                     John Clifton 08 P10                   
John Clifton 08 P40                    John Clifton 08 P54                   
John Clifton 09 P11                    John Clifton 09 P42                   
John Clifton 09 P52                    John Clifton 11 P23                   
John Clifton 11 P53                    John Clifton 15 P66                   
John Clifton _ P3                      John Clifton _ P32                    
John Clifton _ P51                     John Clifton _ P54                    
John Clifton _ P57                     John Clifton _ P70                    
John Clifton _ P74                     John Clifton _ P77                    
John Clifton _ P80                     John Clifton _ P84                    
John Clifton _ P87                     John Clifton _ P88                    
John Clifton _ P91                     John Clifton _ P93                    
John Clifton _ P95                     John Clifton _ P96                    
John D. Clifton 10 P15                 John E. Clifton _ P70                 
John F. Clifton _ P70                  John H. Clifton _ P70                 
John Henry Clifton 10 P17              John J. Clifton _ P53                 
John J. Clifton _ P70                  John Johnson Clifton _ P56            
John Knox Clifton 09 P12               John L. Clifton _ P70                 
John L. Clifton _ P89                  John Leonard Clifton 10 P18           
John M. Clifton _ P70                  John R. Clifton _ P91                 
John T. Clifton _ P70                  John W. Clifton 10 P16                
John W. Clifton _ P70                  Jonathan Clifton _ P70                
Jos. H. Dallas Clifton _ P53           Joseph Clifton 06 P38                 
Joseph Clifton 07 P47                  Joseph Clifton 07 P8                  
Joseph Clifton 08 P40                  Joseph Clifton 11 P23                 
Joseph Clifton _ P74                   Joseph Clifton _ P79                  
Joseph Clifton _ P86                   Joseph J. Clifton _ P70               
Joseph R. Clifton _ P70                Joseph S. Clifton _ P70               
Joseph W. Clifton 12 P58               Joseph W. Clifton _ P49               
Josephine Clifton 10 P16               Joshua Clifton _ P74                  
Joshua H. Clifton _ P70                Josiah Clifton _ P70                  
Josiah Clifton _ P86                   Karen Clifton _ P70                   
Lemon Clifton _ P95                    Lemuel Clifton _ P83                  
Lemuel K. Clifton _ P70                Lenord Clifton _ P70                  
Leon C. Clifton _ P70                  Leonard Clifton _ P70                 
Leven Clifton _ P70                    Levi Clifton _ P70                    
Levin Clifton _ P57                    Levin Clifton _ P74                   
Lewis Clifton _ P70                    Liberty Clifton _ P70                 
Lida Clifton 11 P53                    Lilie Clifton 11 P26                  
Lilie Dale Clifton 11 P27              Lillie Dale Clifton 10 P18            
Lizzie Vaux Clifton 11 P21             Louis Clifton _ P70                   
Louisa Clifton _ P70                   Lucinda Clifton _ P70                 
Lucy Clifton 15 P66                    Lucy Clifton _ P82                    
Luella Clifton _ P70                   Lulu Clifton 15 P66                   
Luraner Clifton _ P74                  Lydia M. Clifton _ P70                
M. Clifton _ P70                       Madeline Clifton _ P55                
Madison M. Clifton _ P70               Malinda Clifton 14 P68                
Manlove Clifton _ P55                  Manlove Clifton _ P56                 
Margaret Clifton 11 P23                Margaret Clifton 17 P62               
Margaret Clifton _ P2                  Margaret Clifton _ P87                
Maria Clifton _ P37                    Martha Ann Clifton _ P70              
Martha Clifton 14 P68                  Martha Clifton _ P79                  
Martha J. Clifton _ P70                Mary A. Clifton _ P3                  
Mary Ann Clifton 16 P61                Mary Ann Clifton _ P70                
Mary B. Clifton _ P49                  Mary C. Clifton 10 P16                
Mary Catherine Clifton 09 P12          Mary Clifton 06 P34                   
Mary Clifton 07 P39                    Mary Clifton 07 P47                   
Mary Clifton 07 P7                     Mary Clifton 07 P8                    
Mary Clifton 08 P36                    Mary Clifton 08 P41                   
Mary Clifton 11 P23                    Mary Clifton 11 P53                   
Mary Clifton 15 P59                    Mary Clifton _ P4                     
Mary Clifton _ P55                     Mary Clifton _ P70                    
Mary Clifton _ P74                     Mary Clifton _ P76                    
Mary Elizabeth Clifton 10 P17          Mary L. Clifton 10 P18                
Mary P. Clifton _ P70                  Mary Virginia Clifton 11 P27          
Mary Wagner Clifton 11 P20             Mathias Clifton 15 P59                
Mathias Clifton _ P70                  Mathias Clifton _ P74                 
Mathilda Clifton 11 P21                Matthew Clifton _ P57                 
Matthew Clifton _ P70                  Mattie E. Clifton _ P70               
Michel M. Clifton _ P70                Miles B. Clifton _ P70                
Milton Clifton _ P70                   Minnie F. Clifton _ P70               
Moses Clifton _ P70                    Nancy Clifton 14 P68                  
Nancy Clifton _ P70                    Nathan Clifton 05 P33                 
Nathan Clifton _ P57                   Nathan Clifton _ P70                  
Nathan Clifton _ P74                   Nathan Clifton _ P81                  
Nathan Clifton _ P89                   Nathan Clifton_ P75                   
Nathan Henry Clifton 07 P35            Nathaniel Clifton _ P74               
O. Claud Clifton _ P70                 Otho Reeves Clifton _ P70             
Patience Clifton _ P4                  Paul Clifton _ P70                    
Pemberton Clifton _ P57                Pemberton Clifton _ P74               
Perry Z. Clifton _ P70                 Phebe Clifton _ P82                   
Phebe J. Clifton _ P56                 Porter H. Clifton _ P70               
R. Clifton _ P80                       Rachel Clifton 06 P34                 
Rachel Clifton 06 P6                   Rachel Clifton 07 P7                  
Rachel Clifton 08 P40                  Rachel Clifton 70 P2                  
Rachel Clifton _ P31                   Rachel Clifton _ P55                  
Rachel E. Clifton _ P70                Rebecca Clifton 06 P34                
Rebecca H. Clifton _ P70               Reece Clifton _ P70                   
Reuben Clifton _ P87                   Reuben Thomas Clifton _ P70           
Revers Clifton _ P79                   Richard Charles Clifton 11 P26        
Richard Clifton _ P4                   Richard Clifton _ P55                 
Richard Clifton _ P70                  Richard Frank Clifton 11 P19          
Richard W. Clifton _ P58               Robert A. Clifton _ P70               
Robert Beauford Clifton _ P70          Robert Clifton 07 P54                 
Robert Clifton 16 P61                  Robert Clifton _ P70                  
Robert Clifton _ P72                   Robert Clifton _ P74                  
Robert Clifton _ P87                   Robert Clifton _ P96                  
Robert D. Clifton 17 P62               Robert Davis Clifton 15 P59           
Robert G. Clifton 10 P17               Robert G. Clifton 12 P28              
Robert H. Clifton _ P70                Robert K. Clifton 11 P22              
Rufus Clifton _ P79                    Russell Clifton 11 P25                
Ruth Mary Clifton 11 P26               Sally Clifton 08 P10                  
Sally Clifton _ P79                    Samuel B. Clifton _ P70               
Samuel C. Clifton _ P70                Samuel Clifton 06 P34                 
Samuel Clifton 15 P66                  Samuel Clifton _ P70                  
Samuel Clifton _ P87                   Samuel E. Clifton 10 P16              
Samuel Forsha Clifton 10 P14           Samuel H. Clifton _ P70               
Samuel J. Clifton 11 P21               Samuel S. Clifton _ P70               
Sarah A. Clifton _ P70                 Sarah Ann Clifton _ P56               
Sarah C. Clifton 70 P2                 Sarah Clifton 06 P34                  
Sarah Clifton 07 P39                   Sarah Clifton 08 P40                  
Sarah Clifton 09 P42                   Sarah Clifton _ P32                   
Sarah Clifton _ P37                    Sarah Clifton _ P70                   
Sarah Clifton _ P79                    Sarah Clifton _ P81                   
Sarah Clifton _ P94                    Sarah Clifton _ P96                   
Sarah J. Clifton _ P70                 Sarah V. Clifton _ P70                
Savery Clifton _ P4                    Sidney Clifton _ P70                  
Sidney J. Clifton _ P70                Silmon Clifton _ P84                  
Sim Clifton _ P70                      Simeon Clifton _ P87                  
Simon Clifton 05 P5                    Simon Clifton 06 P6                   
Simon Clifton 07 P7                    Simon Clifton _ P29                   
Simon Clifton _ P31                    Simon Sparks Clifton 09 P11           
Smith Clifton 10 P52                   Stephen Clifton _ P87                 
Susan Clifton 07 P35                   Susan Clifton 09 P12                  
Susannah Clifton _ P37                 Sydney Clifton _ P70                  
Tempe Clifton 14 P68                   Thoams L. Clifton _ P84               
Thoda Clifton _ P80                    Thomas B. Clifton _ P70               
Thomas Blount Clifton 14 P64           Thomas C. Clifton _ P79               
Thomas C. Clifton _ P89                Thomas Clifton 06 P6                  
Thomas Clifton 07 P44                  Thomas Clifton 07 P9                  
Thomas Clifton 08 P54                  Thomas Clifton 13 P64                 
Thomas Clifton 69 P2                   Thomas Clifton _ P29                  
Thomas Clifton _ P3                    Thomas Clifton _ P4                   
Thomas Clifton _ P42                   Thomas Clifton _ P43                  
Thomas Clifton _ P57                   Thomas Clifton _ P59                  
Thomas Clifton _ P70                   Thomas Clifton _ P72                  
Thomas Clifton _ P74                   Thomas Clifton _ P87                  
Thomas Clifton _ P94                   Thomas Clifton _ P96                  
Thomas Clifton __ P59                  Thomas F. Clifton _ P70               
Thomas G. Clifton _ P70                Thomas H. Clifton _ P70               
Thomas N. Clifton _ P58                Thomas T. Clifton _ P84               
Tilman Clifton _ P74                   Tilman Clifton _ P84                  
Uriah W. Clifton _ P70                 Vernie Clifton _ P70                  
W. D. Clifton _ P70                    W. R. Clifton _ P70                   
Walter Clifton _ P70                   Walter F. Clifton _ P70               
Warren Clifton 15 P66                  Wesley Clifton _ P70                  
Whittington Clifton _ P74              Wiley Clifton _ P70                   
Wiley Clifton _ P84                    Wilfred Patrick Clifton 10 P17        
Wilie D. Clifton _ P70                 William B. Clifton _ P70              
William Benjamin Clifton 15 P66        William C. Clifton _ P70              
William Clifton 06 P34                 William Clifton 06 P38                
William Clifton 07 P39                 William Clifton 07 P47                
William Clifton 08 P30                 William Clifton 08 P40                
William Clifton 09 P42                 William Clifton 11 P25                
William Clifton _ P3                   William Clifton _ P37                 
William Clifton _ P43                  William Clifton _ P48                 
William Clifton _ P53                  William Clifton _ P57                 
William Clifton _ P70                  William Clifton _ P77                 
William Clifton _ P78                  William Clifton _ P82                 
William Clifton _ P86                  William Clifton _ P88                 
William Clifton _ P93                  William D. Clifton _ P70              
William E. Clifton _ P70               William H. Clifton _ P37              
William H. Clifton _ P70               William M. Clifton _ P70              
William R. Clifton _ P70               William Richards Clifton 11 P27       
William T. Clifton _ P70               William W. Clifton _ P70              
Willie Clifton _ P53                   Willie Clifton _ P78                  
Willie D. Clifton _ P70                Willie L. Clifton _ P70               
Willis Clifton _ P84                   Winnaford Clifton _ P70               
Wm. B. Clifton _ P79                   Z. T. Clifton _ P70                   



Index_Spouse


11, 11 P55                             18, 18 P56                            
A., Katherine P59                      A., Wm. P37                           
Ann, Eliza P58                         Ann, Margaret P59                     
Artman, Lizzie 11 P21                  B., George P50                        
Baker, Sarah P32                       Batchelor, George 11 P26              
Belton, Joseph P2                      Bewley, Isaac 08 P40                  
Bishop, Mary 10 P18                    Blount, Elizabeth 13 P64              
Borton, Bethuel 06 P34                 Brown, Martha 14 P64                  
Browne, _ P31                          Bryan, Benjamin 07 P39                
Burkhalter, Christiana 09 P12          Burnet, Mary P37                      
Burns, John 11 P23                     C., William P59                       
CaCHS, Sarah 18 P51                    Cain, Susan 15 P59                    
Callahan, Frances 10 P17               Carlisle, John P55                    
Carter, John 06 P6                     Castle, Susannah 06 P6                
Chase, Frank 11 P26                    Cheesman, Benjamin 08 P35             
Clark, William 09 P12                  Clifton, Edwin 11 P21                 
Clifton, Elizabeth P37                 Clifton, Margaret 16 P61              
Cooper, Moses 08 P10                   Cooper, Sarah 14 P64                  
Corey, Lawrence 11 P26                 Coster, Rachel 08 P40                 
D., Charles P49                        D., John P49                          
Depew, Edward 09 P12                   Dillon, Mary 10 P18                   
Donnelly, Mary P57                     Dunn, Sarah P39                       
Eichlin, John 10 P18                   Eliza, Ann P53                        
Ellet, Depew 10 P17                    Engle, Jane 06 P38                    
Farley, Sarah 10 P17                   Foster, Isaac 10 P17                  
Fox, Sarah 07 P35                      Fulmer, William 10 P18                
Gail, John P2                          Gamon, Howard 10 P17                  
Gardner, Ida 10 P18                    Grouix, Yvonne 11 P26                 
H., Rachel P59                         Hallowell, Catharine 08 P40           
Hamilton, Amy P48                      Hammell, _ P31                        
Haney, Sue 10 P17                      Hardy, James 11 P26                   
Harker, Abel 08 P35                    Harris, Sarah P43                     
Hathaway, Jonathan 08 P10              Henry, Mary 06 P34                    
Hepburn, Ann 07 P54                    Horner, Amy P45                       
Horner, Eliza P53                      Howard, Emory 10 P17                  
Hubbs, Ellis 70 P2                     Hubbs, Obediah 70 P2                  
J., Louise P49                         Johnson, _ 06 P6                      
Johnston, John P55                     Keate, Rena 10 P18                    
Kentley, Margaret 09 P11               Killen, William P55                   
Kindt, John 10 P16                     Knapp, John 10 P16                    
Knight, Thomas P39                     Knox, Nancy 07 P8                     
L., Sarah P48                          Lake, Ellis 10 P13                    
Lee, Joanna P89                        Linmeyer, Andrew 06 P6                
Lopezts, Charles 15 P59                M, Mary P36                           
MaGuire, Thomas P57                    Manlove, Tabitha P54                  
Maule, Sarah P39                       McGary, Sue 10 P17                    
McReynolds, Dorinda 10 P17             Metler, Mary 10 P18                   
Michler, Annie 10 P17                  Monk, _ 08 P40                        
Morgan, Daniel P55                     Morgan, Elizabeth 09 P52              
Morgan, Rachel 10 P14                  Nagle, Sara 09 P12                    
Nelson, Eliza 11 P27                   P3, B P3                              
P3, E P3                               P3, M P3                              
P31, Sarah P31                         P34, mf P34                           
P4, A P4                               P4, D P4                              
P4, J P4                               P4, M P4                              
P4, O P4                               P5, A P5                              
P57, Luranea P57                       P6, A P6                              
P66, mf P66                            P9, C P9                              
Parker, Joseph P37                     Parker, Robert 11 P26                 
Peterson, Rebecca 09 P11               Pleadwell, Edward P32                 
Pope, Elizabeth P57                    Potts, Jonathan P32                   
Powell, Joseph P50                     Probert, Mary 10 P52                  
Quigley, Margaret P37                  Raiguel, William 10 P17               
Reynear, Hannah 08 P40                 Richards, Annie 10 P18                
Richter, Laura 10 P17                  Robinson, Mary 05 P33                 
Rust, _ 11 P23                         Sanderlin, Penelope 14 P64            
Schaffer, Anna P37                     Schultz, Mabel 10 P17                 
Skill, William 06 P34                  Slater, Edward 11 P26                 
Smith, Elizabeth 09 P12                Smith, Janet P43                      
Smitheman, Henrietta 11 P22            Stocker, George 11 P27                
Stockton, William 07 P8                Taylor, Jonathan P6                   
Thatcher, George 10 P16                Thorne, William P3                    
Tindall, Elizabeth 06 P46              Tucker, John P72                      
Vaux, Amanda 10 P17                    W., Cecelia P3                        
W., Jesse P61                          W., Thomas P55                        
Walton, Daniel 07 P39                  Weaver, Henry 10 P16                  
Weygandt, Gertrude 08 P10              Williams, Elizabeth 14 P59            
Williams, William 16 P61               Wilson, _ 06 P6                       
Woods, Mary 06 P46                     Yert, Minnie P53                      
_, Amelia 09 P12                       _, Annie 10 P17                       
_, Catherine 06 P34                    _, Deborah 07 P9                      
_, Elinor 07 P30                       _, Freida 11 P26                      
_, Hannah 12 P58                       _, Helen 10 P18                       
_, Letitia P39                         _, Margaret P71                       
_, Martha P44                          _, Mary 06 P6                         
_, Mary 09 P12                         _, Mary P57                           
_, Rachel 70 P2                        _, Rebeckah 05 P38                    
_, Sarah 06 P38                        _, Sarah 06 P54                       
_, Susan 13 P67                        _, _ 14 P64                           
_, _ P32                               mf, mf 15 P4                          
will, Elizabeth 17 P46                                                       

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It is not enough to educate. There must be goals afterward.
The most significant of those goals should be space.
Earth and humanitarian projects should be right behind,
with the space effort guiding all others.
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