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James Clarke
Born England
Died Dec 16, 1674 Stratford, New Haven CT
Emigrated Jun 26, 1637 Boston MA
SPOUSE CHILDREN
Sarah Harvey

m. Nov 7, 1633
London, England
b. England
d. New Haven CT
Sarah

b.
England?
d. Feb 1, 1715
Lyme CT
Mercy

b.
England?

James

b. 1640
New Haven CT
d. Feb 19, 1711/12
Stratford, Fairfield Co. CT
Mary

b. Jan 6, 1644
New Haven CT
d. Feb 3, 1722
Wallingford CT
Susanna

b. 1647
New Haven CT
d.
Wallingford CT
Benjamin Enenezer

b. Nov 29, 1651
New Haven CT
d. Apr 30, 1721
Wallingford CT
Samuel

b. Feb 9, 1653
New Haven CT
d. Feb 22, 1729
New Haven CT
Ann Wakefield (widow)

m. Oct 17, 1661
New Haven CT
b. 1622

d. 1695
James Clark was an original settler of New Haven. He emigrated on the ship Hector to Boston on Jun 26, 1637, and later to Quinnipac (New Haven) on the ship in March 1638.
James was a member of the Davenport-Eaton founding expedition. This expedition is described in the James Truslow Adams book The Founding of New England. Excerpt from the book.
Daughters Sarah and Mercy probably emigrated with their parents because they were both married in New Haven CT by 1655.
Sources:
Boyer, Carl, "Ship Passenger Lists", referencing a previous work by Isabel MacBeath Calder, Passengers on the Hector, 1637-38, The New Haven Colony, pp. 29-31.
Coate, Linda, "James Clark", website.
New England genealog. mag. pp. 795-799.