Susannah Ellen Clark, 1822

Susannah Ellen Clark

Born: 29 July 1822, Hector, Tompkins County, New York

Died: 25 April 1884

From Heather Hathaway Dodge’s website:

There is more information about Susannah Ellen Clark in the section about John Hathaway (1806), her husband.

Submitted by Heather Dodge
Susannah Ellen Clark Hathaway

 

Susannah Ellen Clark Hathaway born Jul 29, 1822 in Hector, Tompkins County, New York. She is the daughter of Michael and Matilda Clark and married John Hathaway about 1840.

She lived in Port Allegany, McKean County, PA, from about 1847 to 1862. Susan and John Hathaway had children Philip, Daniel Webster, Michael James, Elisha Brown, John Wesley and Ellen Susannah Ellen ClarkSusannah Hathaway. Susan had two known brothers, Daniel and Avery.

Are you connected to Susannah? Please let me know.

Submitted by Heather Dodge, granddaughter

http://www3.familyoldphotos.com/photo/new-york/18023/susannah-ellen-clark-hathaway
Source of Trail Excerpt:
“Names of Immigrants,” Deseret News, [Weekly], 24 Sep. 1862, 98.
Read Trail Excerpt:
NAMES OF IMMIGRANTS
[THIRD CHURCH TRAIN]
CAPT. JOSEPH HORNE’S COMPANYSusannah Ellen Clark family

…Confot, Maria and William Holder; Daniel, Ann, Anna Maria, Charles, Ephraim, Eleoner, Lydia and Rachel Hall; William, Evan and Mary Harris; James Hill; William Hobbs; Ann and John Harrison; William Hinds. Sarah Hobbs; Charles and Sarah F. Heath; Susan and George Halle [Halls]; Joseph, Charlotte and Joseph Hensen; John, Susannah, Michael, Elisha, John and Susannah Hatheway…
http://lds.org/churchhistory/library/pioneercompanysearch/

Susannah Ellen Clark and John

About Daniel Clark, he was born 4 May 1825 in New York to Michael and Matilda
Clark. He had a sister Susannah Ellen Clark born 29 Jul, 1822 in Hector
Tompkins, NY who married John Hathaway. Susannah and John Hathaway also
settled in Port Allegenay area around 1845 and stayed until they went west to
Utah in 1862 where John Hathaway died on the trail 5 Sep, 1862 near Ash
Hollow, Nebraska. Susan went on and settled in Ogden, Utah. Her children
settled Chester, Idaho where they also worked in the lumber business among
other businesses. Daniel had also brother Avery born 1832, NY. Daniel married
Julia Ann Cumming, 2 Mar 1846 in Lawerenceville, PA. Daniel Clark died
11 Sep 1891 by Port Allegheny, PA. Julia Ann Cummings was born 18 Aug, 1832 in NY
and died about 1912. Their children are as follows:

William J Clark b. 14 May 1847, Liberty, Mckean, PA;
Chauncy Clark b. 11 Oct 1850, Liberty, McKean, PA;
James D Clark b. 6 Apr 1851, Liberty, Mckean, PA;
George L Clark b. 7 Sep 1852, Liberty, McKean, PA, (he was married to a Miss Gasweit);
Mary Ann Clark b. 30 May 1854 Liberty, McKean, PA, (also listed as being married to a Mr. Bradigan);
Ellen Clark b. 1856, Liberty, Port Allegeany, PA;
Matilda Clark b. 29 Mar 1858 Liberty, Port Allegany, PA;
Eugene Clark b. 9 Apr 1860, Liberty, Port Allegany, PA;
John Albert Clark b. 28 Aug 1862 Libery, Port Allegany, PA died 16 Oct. 1863;
John Melvin Clark b. 14 Oct. 186a4 Liberty, Port Allegany, PA, died 27 Oct 1941 Bradford, PA;
Cora Clark b. 29 Jan 1867 Liberty, Port Allegany, PA, died Abt 1922 Buffalo, NY;
Daniel Clark, Jr. b. 7 Jun 1868, Liberty, Port Allegany, PA died 3 Mar 1877;
Chester Clark b. 27 Jun 1872, Liberty, Port Allegany, PA died 3 Jun 1911, Roulette, PA;
Fred Clark b. 28 Dec 1876, Liberty, Port Allegany, PA.
http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/mckean/bios/c4620001.txt

Daniel Clark (Susannah’s brother) born 1825 in Lawrenceville, Tioga, PA (707 KB)
Brother to Susannah Clark hathaway..taken from Port Allegany Paper. Obituary is as follows: PORT ALLEGANY REPORTER Fri. September 18, 1891 Daniel Clark died at his home, near Silver Springs, in this township, at the age of seventy-seven. He was born in Lawrenceville, Tioga co., Pennsylvania. Deceased had been a resident of this borough for forty-five years, and was well known in business for his squareness of deal. It may be said of him that he was a neighbor, unexcelled for kindness. His widow and ten children survive him, with grief-stricken hearts, besides many relatives and friends. Thus one after another one of our aged citizens are passing away. We pay a tribute of respect to the dead, especially to the aged dead. Funeral services of Mr. Clark was held in the Presbyterian Church at 2 o’clock, last sabbath, Rev. M.H. Abbey officiating. After which his remains, followed by a large concorse of people, were carried to Fair View Cemetery for interment.

From findagrave.com:

Birth: Jul. 29, 1822
Hector
Schuyler County
New York, USA
Death: Apr. 25, 1884
North Ogden
Weber County
Utah, USA

Daughter of Michael Clark and Matilda Hoissard

Susannah Ellen Clark Hathaway moved to North Ogden in November 1862 with her sons Daniel, Michael, Elisha, John and daughter Ellen Susannah.

She married Wesley Rose in December 1862 shorty after arriving. Wesley and Susannah had a son George Wesley Rose in 1864. Susannah was divorced.

Married to John Mower

Married to Isaiah Campbell in 1870.

She is in the 1870 Census as Susannah Campbell.

Family links:
Spouses:
Isaiah Campbell (1820 – 1899)*
Wesley Thomas Rose (1821 – 1905)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Ben Lomond Cemetery
North Ogden
Weber County
Utah, USA

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10 Responses to Susannah Ellen Clark, 1822

  1. Carol C. Reynolds says:

    Please note that the picture you have on page 1 stating that it is of John & Susannah Hathaway is in fact my 2-G-Grandfather Benjamin Cazier and ??? someone I don’t know. Benjamin was one of the original founders of Ogden,UT, and his history & picture are in “Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah” – Thank you for correcting this, Carol C. Reynolds – William & Pleasant Drake Cazier Family Organization.

  2. chashathaway says:

    Very good point, Carol! Thanks for pointing that out. I’m adding a disclaimer with the photo because you’re right, I’ve seen other places that photo is labeled as Benjamin Cazier.

  3. chashathaway says:

    I’ve looked closer into it, and that does indeed seem to be a picture of Susannah Ellen Clark and a photo of Benjamin Cazier. I’m just not sure how the photos got paired together. I’m looking further into it in case there was later marriage I’m not aware of or something, but the closest connection I can see for sure is that Susannah’s son, Daniel Webster Hathaway, had a daughter named Matilda, who was the wife of Benjamin Cazier Jr., son of the Benjamin Cazier in the photo.

  4. Kent Hathaway says:

    The picture you have marked as Susannah Ellen Clark is really Susannah and John Hathaway’s daughter, who had the same name as her mother. The lady in the picture married Tom Tanner. She and Tom lived in Salt Lake City for a number of years residing in the same Ward as Brigham Young. Then she and Tom moved to the Parker, Saint Anthony, Chester Idaho with some of her brothers. She and Tom settled in Parker. One of her brothers, my Great Grandfather, John Wesley Hathaway along with his brothers, Daniel Webster and Elisha Brown all helped settle the area around Chester, St. Anthony and Parker. Elisha Brown died while working in Tetonia, Idaho area and is buried in the Clawson-Cache cemetery just outside of Tetonia.

    Well there is a whole lot more to the story and we shared just a brief part when we talked last week, including a clarification on the post above about Benjamin Cazier.

    Look forward to talking to you again.

    Kent and Jaelynne Hathaway

  5. chashathaway says:

    Thanks, Kent and Jaelynne! I’d love to keep an ongoing conversation on this. I was talking with my dad the other day about John and Prince Hathaway, and I couldn’t remember the details about what you two told me. I remember that there were a lot of John Hathaway’s in the area, so it’s unclear which was ours, and I also remember that Prince isn’t in our line as many had assumed. I wish I’d tape recorded our conversation!

  6. Katherine Brown says:

    Hello,
    This is a lovely website, and has some good information. I am still searching for the parents of Michael Clark. I am not convinced that he is the son of Lamberton Clark of Connecticut. I am descended from John Hathaway and Susannah Ellen through their son, John Wesley. HIs son, Lionel Clifford is my grandfather.

    I am also VERY interested in the statement by chashathaway that Prince isn’t in our line. So, any ideas who John Hathaway’s father actually is???? Looks like the parentage of both John Hathaway AND Susannah Ellen Clark is still seriously in doubt, even after all these years.

  7. chashathaway says:

    Thanks, Katherine! The best one to talk to about the John/Prince Hathaway line is Kent Hathaway. He’s done extensive research and been up in the area, talked to a lot of people, and has probably done more research specific to that line than anyone else. Here’s a link to his Facebook profile, so you can message him if you want. He’s a great guy, and has some amazing information: https://www.facebook.com/kent.hathaway.5

  8. chashathaway says:

    I also learned from Kent that the picture of John and Susannah really is John and Susannah, rather than John Cazier and Susannah, so I’m putting it back on the page.

  9. Carol C. Reynolds says:

    If there are further questions about the above picture of Benjamin Cazier, Sr. please contact Gail A. Cazier of Rexburg, ID – he has the original portraits of Benjamin Sr. & his wife Olive Lucy Shaw Cazier. They are a matched pair. He is also a descendant of Benjamin Sr’s son Benjamin Jr (grandson) who grew up and was one of the first settlers of the Twin Groves/St. Anthony area. In fact his farm and homestead was sold to the Fremont County Golf Course. I am descended (great granddaughter) from the oldest son, Fredrick Cazier. Our family organization has their histories, pictures, etc. which are being posted on the FamilySearch/FamilyTree. You can visit there for more. My understanding from Gail, and others, is that the portraits, along with those of John & Susannah were previously housed in the Hathaway home when they were living. They probably got mixed up when they were moved after their deaths.

  10. Thanks, Carol! I love all the communication we have about this, I’m learning so much!

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