It's hard to believe that The Lark Family Genealogy Website has been up and running for 14 years. The navigation bar at the top and the bottom of every page will take you around the site where you'll see all the old and hopefully lots of new information. I hope you enjoy the new look and I'd love to hear from you -- email, tweet, facebook, & I wouldn't even mind smoke signals if helps me to connect or stay connected with cousins -- old and new. Enjoy!
In 1929, my grandfather’s family moved from Castlewood, Virginia to Baltimore, Maryland. Before leaving Russell County, thinking he was done with school forever, my grandfather tossed aside his Kindergarden primer book along the walk home down Gravel Lick Road. Back on the farm, his mother was furious: books and paper were expensive. Read More...
Brothers: William Allen Lark (1867-1952)
and John B. Lark (1851-1901)
*Picture compliments of Dorothy
John D. Lark, my brother, and great grandson to John B. Lark -- Anybody see the resemblence to John B. Lark besides me???
|John Amburgey, Jr b1758 Culpeper County, VA and
died 3 May 1831. He was married to Elizabeth Hamons born
1759 and died 1857 in Surry County, NC. John Amburgey, Jr
served as a private in the North Carolina Continental Line and
fought in the Revolutionary War at the Battle of Kings Mountain.
The battle took place on October 7, 1780 nine miles south of Kings
Mountain, SC. Elizabeth, wife of John Amburgey,
Jr. applied for a pension stating her husband had been a
Revolutionary soldier and died in Perry County, KY in 1831.
For additional information on John Amburgey and Elizabeth Hamon,
John Amburgey and Elizabeth Hamons are my 4th great grandparents.
Oral history - Scott E. Lark's memories and recollections of the early war years (WWII) and his enlistment into the USMC. Interview by Jessie Hartman. (Home Page - left hand-side)
cemetery location and obituary for Virginia Ruth Todd Leatherwood.
- Added picture of Craig James Lark and headstone picture.
- Added Photo Gallery 10 - Several pictures from Charles Gimmel Lark (1913-1955) and Lola STEPHENS family
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