Sarah Rosamond Clark Davenport

B. Feb. 22, 1788, Beaufort area, SC; D. Aug. 7, 1869, Savannah (81)

Parents: Susannah Tippin Sutter of Charleston, SC (grandmother came to SC in 1750s) and Archibald Campbell Clark of Scotland

Mother: Moved to Savannah in 1810; lived with the Davenports?; died in 1829 (68)

Marriage: 1809 to Isaiah Davenport (21 years); 18 years together

Children: Susannah E. (1810-Oct. 8, 1814), Sarah R. (1812-June 12, 1813), Thurston W. (1813-May 8, 1814), Isaiah, Jr. (Feb. 27, 1815—Oct. 17, 1868), Benjamin Russ (June 25, 1817), Archibald Clark (1819-1892), Henry Kollock (Dec. 10, 1820-Aug. 18, 1872), Hugh McCall (Aug. 16, 1822-Aug. 1, 1881), Cornelia A. (1824-1853), Dudley (1827-1860)

Occupation: Wife, mother, boarding house keeper (Davenport House until 1840); lived in several houses in Savannah—1864 northeast corner of Barnard and West Taylor, in 1866 ran a boarding house on the north side of Broughton St. next to the Marshall House Hotel; at the time of her death was a resident of Jones Street. 1860 she owned 11 slaves.

Buried: Laurel Grove Cemetery