How We Got Here

Before we retired Kathy started to get into genealogy as a hobby.  She really likes the research and connecting all the little bits of information.  Using several online resources she has done a great job of rebuilding our family trees.  Through ancestry.com and Facebook we have been connected with some really interesting people.  One of these people reintroduced me to someplace I had long forgotten, Clark Cemetery.  I did not know it as Clark Cemetery, but just one of the many cemeteries my Grandfather Clark or Uncle Bruce took me to place flags and tell me about my family history.  Grampy Clark died in 1968, so my best guess is that the last time I was there was the summer of 1967.  We are now involved with cemetery restoration at Clark Cemetery and the First Parish Burial Ground.  This page will chronicle the events of restoring these two sties to the respectful place they should be.

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About Richard Clark

Retired USAF C/HC/MC-130E/H/P/N Flight Engineer, Retired DoDDS ET, Clark's Cemetery staff writer, webmaster, Japanese Knotweed chopper, headstone cleaner, and resetter, barnacle scraper at Essex Shipbuilding Museum.
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