M, #1179, d. between 15 October 1689 and 10 December 1689
- Marriage*: Redding, Berkshire, England; Ann Phipps daughter of Thomas Phipps; Principal:Ann Phipps1
- Death*: between 15 October 1689 and 10 December 1689; Amboy, Middlesex Co., New Jersey; Will written & proved
Last Edited: 25 Mar 2012
- Name Variation: Benjamin Clark
- Note: "Benjamin Clark one of the earliest settlers had come from London with his father Benjamin Clark who was a stationer in London. They settled in Perth Amboy where Benjamin Senr had a stationery store and it is said 'good books and materials could always be found there".2
- Immigration*: before 1689; New Jersey
- Note*: "1689 Oct 15. Clarke, Benjamin, of Amboy, merchant; will of. Son Benjamin heir of real and personal estate. Benjamin Griffith executor. Witnesses - Jo', and Margaret Carrington. Proved December 10, 1689. Middlesex Wills"
Inventory 10 Sept 1690 £184.108.40.206
- [S237] John M. Whitall, the story of his life; written for the grandchildren; by his daughter, H. W. S. by Hannah Whitall Smith. publ. Philadelphia, printed for the family, 1879. (Available on books.google.com), p. 8.
- [S425] Society of Friends, Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Burlington Co., N.J. Filmed at Swarthmore. FHL microfilm 16,513., "History of Stony Brook", Item 5 - Removals & Miscellaneous Papers 1684 - 1829.
- [S101] Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the state of New Jersey. aka New Jersey Archives., 23:94 & 93.