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About Family Clark (DeClercq) and Jones
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I have been researching our family history for over 30 years now. The first 10 years not a lot 
happened but with the invention of the internet things really took off. I met a lady named Lenny 
DeVos who had a web page about her home town of Meulebeke Belgium. This the town where my 
grandmother was born and raised until the age of 14 when she came to the USA. Lenny was able to get 
me access to the town and parish records of Meulebeke where I found tens of thousands of our 
ancestors. I also learned to access the Belgian archives so I was able to find thousands of 
relatives in other Belgian towns. I had several DNA test done and they show we are descendants of 
Maurice Prendergast born 1125 in Belgiun. Maurice was a Flemish knight who with his sons helped 
Strongbow invaded Ireland in 1169. For their help they were rewarded with land in Waterford and 
Tipperary. Maurice would be around my 26th Grandfather. was a great tool to research my Mothers side of the family. Her family has been in 
the USA for many years . Lots of our relatives served in the Civil War. According to my DNA test we 
are related to Jesse James on this side. It also shows my eighth or ninth Grand Parent was a Native 
American. I have come across all kinds of information on our family most of it is posted on this 

The most exciting thing I have found in my search is meeting the Martin family. Al Martin is my 
great uncle. He passed away in 1966. My DNA matched with a lady from San Antonio. The test showed 
we were fourth cousins. She sent me a email asking me about a man named Al Martin and we figured 
out Al was Alphonse Maenhout my great uncle who was supposed to have died in a auto accident at the 
age of 16. Al did not died after all. He married and had 6 children and many grandchildren. His 
Maenhout- Clark family always assumed he was deceased but turns out he had a wonderful life.

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