Atkinson, Alice (Clark)

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Atkinson, Alice (Clark)

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Alice Clark was the daughter of Winsloe Clark and Beatrice (Pyke). She was born and grew up in Mount Stewart, Prince Edward Island. At the age of 18, she emigrated to the United States where she lived for a time in Boston, Massachusetts. It was here she met and married her first husband Carl Paggenstacher Jetton Jr. with whom she moved to Brooklyn, New York. She later moved to New York City where she met and married her second husband, Lieutenant (later Major) David W. Atkinson. She moved with him to Avon Park, Florida. In 1941 she visited her half sister Edna Glover in Ottawa and continued on by train to Prince Edward Island. Following her years in Florida she lived in Lake Charles, Louisiana, Nashville, Tennessee, and Peoria, Illinois before returning to Boston. She retired to Mashpee, Cape Cod.


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