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    Raymond John Clark Jr. and Diane Clark – Parents of Raymond John Clark III. Currently separated according to anonymous source. http://news.aol.com/article/car-seized-from-motel-where-yale-suspect/677082

    Denise Kent – Ray Clark's sister. She is also an animal lab technician employed by Yale University. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/0..._n_296032.html

    Shawn Kent – Ray Clark's brother-in-law. He is also an animal lab technician employed by Yale University. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/0..._n_296032.html


    See [ame="http://websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=89155"]Who's Who [/ame]for others in case. If someone is missing, add entry let me know.
    Last edited by Noway; 10-02-2009 at 12:43 PM. Reason: Added info on Denise and Shawn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanler View Post
    Hi, Shlock Homes, I've wondered about the same thing. Except for the father's motel appearance (which I had forgotten about), they seem nowhere in sight. But at this stage of very overwhelming events, what could they do? What can one say, especially if the evidence seems compelling? They don't want reporters camping out at their doorstep, as in the Anthony case, and, in any case, the crime itself probably seems unthinkable to them.

    Legal defenses for murder trials are very expensive, but it doesn't seem that his family is able to mount even a modest effort in that direction.
    Hi there chanler: Pretty sure his father lives with Clark. Many nearby renters talked of an elderly man living with Clark and his girlfriend. Somebody established that person to be his dad. mho
    Please think long and hard before calling a child a 'run-a-way':
    You might be giving a 'perk' to the 'perp'.


    Democracy requires the occasional necessity of deferring to the opinions of other people. (Winston Churchill)

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    I've seen that Ray's parents are separated and that they are divorced. Does anyone which is correct?

    In the link below, they refer to Ray Clark's FATHER as Raymond Clark III, but it is Ray himself who is III. His father would be Ray Clark Jr. Unless the III doesn't mean anything and they ARE both IIIs?


    Clark's father, Raymond Clark III, had checked in to the motel before his son was arrested, but it was unclear whether he was still living there, according to the AP. He is divorced from the suspects mother, Diane Clark.

    http://i.abcnews.com/US/annie-le-cas...8620313&page=2

    Raymond John Clark Jr. and Diane Clark – Parents of Raymond John Clark III. Currently separated according to anonymous source. http://news.aol.com/article/car-seized-from-motel-where-yale-suspect/677082
    Last edited by Noway; 10-03-2009 at 05:21 PM.

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    According to court documents, RC III listed his father as his emergency contact. His father was listed as Raymond Clark II.

    According to zabasearch.com and Intellius, RC's father was born August, 1958 making him 51. There are quite a few RJCs in CT and I narrowed it down by checking the names of relatives. This particular hit (showing his age) had his wife as the only relative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emily Booth View Post
    According to court documents, RC III listed his father as his emergency contact. His father was listed as Raymond Clark II.

    According to zabasearch.com and Intellius, RC's father was born August, 1958 making him 51. There are quite a few RJCs in CT and I narrowed it down by checking the names of relatives. This particular hit (showing his age) had his wife as the only relative.
    What is the difference between Jr. and II?

    I know a family whose male members were Senior, Junior, and III. Is it a personal preference between Jr. and II?

    I vaguely remember reading about this but don't remember what the result was. It was about another suspect in a different case, who also happened to be a III.


    ETA:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suffix_%28name%29

    More than you want to know about suffixes.
    Last edited by Noway; 10-04-2009 at 07:58 PM.

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    Noway, Traditionally, Jr. is used when the Sr. is the father. If the Sr. is a grandfather or uncle, you would use II.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skigirl View Post
    Noway, Traditionally, Jr. is used when the Sr. is the father. If the Sr. is a grandfather or uncle, you would use II.
    Yes, thank you!

    That link I found http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suffix_...Roman_numerals described various scenarios ... including people who "make their own rules" like George Foreman who named his sons after him and added the appropriate suffix: George Edward Foreman II through VI.


    In connection to the Jr. versus II issue (from that link):

    In cases where a child is given the same name as a relative who is not the child's mother or father, it is considered correct to give the child a numerical suffix. For example, a child named John William Scott, after his uncle John William Scott, would properly be considered John William Scott II, as opposed to "Junior." Junior is not used because, in this example, John William Scott is not the child of John William Scott, senior. If John William Scott II were to have a son, he could then be named John William Scott III or John William Scott, Jr., depending upon the family. While it is not technically the social norm to use "II" in place of "junior" for children born directly to a same named parent, there is no social rule against the usage of "II" instead of "junior" for a same named child. Often, II is used by families who want to avoid having their children referred to as "junior" as a nickname.

    I've seen Ray's father referred to as both, but would think Ray would know more what his father goes by (Ray II).
    Last edited by Noway; 10-06-2009 at 01:39 PM. Reason: added infor in quotes and paragraph

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