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  Clara Clayton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Clara Clayton is a fictional character, one of the lead characters in the Back to the Future motion picture trilogy, played in Back to the Future Part III and voiced in the animated series by Mary Steenburgen.
Clara was born in 1855 in New Jersey (her year of birth was revealed in the animated series), the daughter of Daniel and Martha Clayton.
When Clara was 11 she caught diphtheria and was quarantined for three months, so her father bought her a telescope and put it next to her bed so she could see everything out the window.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Clara_Clayton   (1090 words)

  
 Doctor Emmett Brown - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Clara reappeared, having seen everything and realized Doc was telling the truth, but nearly fell off the train.
Doc managed to save her, but got left behind with Clara in 1885 (Marty managed to get home, but the time machine was destroyed almost instantly meaning he could not go back to rescue Doc and Clara from the past).
Over the next 10 years, Doc and Clara marry (they marry on December 15, 1885 according to the animated series episode, "Solar Sailors") and have two sons, Jules and Verne, named after their favorite author.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Doc_Brown   (2093 words)

  
 Clayton Benton Templer Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Clayton Benton Templer was the seventh of eight children of George Washington Templer and Hannah Shepard Medsker of Ohio.
Clayton was born in Portland, Jay County, Indiana.
Clayton and his brother, James Newton Templer, read from law books at an early age and entered the bar in 1872.
www.geocities.com /templerfamily/claytonbbio.htm   (180 words)

  
 Don Diego, El Ladron de Flores : The Midnight Ace and the Androids of the Third Reich
Clayton struggled with his bonds but they were tied tight, and given the confines of the car he knew he wasn't going to be able to get loose.
Clayton felt a wave of horror and terror sweep over him as saw mounted in a prefect mirror of Clara Clayton's beautiful body was a sold steel head and skeletal face crafted from metal painted with wires and lights.
Clayton felt the bones in his right hand shatter and his grip slipped even further as he was forced to cling to the flying machine with one remaning hand.
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Clara moves a few steps toward the door and Doc takes on a queer position holding the telescope right in front of him with an idiotic look on his face.
Clara returns from wherever she went and is instantly by Doc's side.
Clara finishes his sentence quite calmly:...they break the pull of the earth's gravity and send their projectile through outer space.
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 Welcome To The Number 1 Michael J Fox Fansite!
Clara gets on the train, to find everyone talking about how fed up Doc was that his girlfriend, Clara, had reacted the way she did.
Doc eventually hears her calling and helps her along the train, she has to come with them, because it is too late for her to stay there, now she knows the plan, and the train is beyond the saviour point.
Marty returns to 1985 without Doc and Clara, sees his family, and then visits Jennifer who is still laying asleep on the bench, where he left her in Part II.
www.freewebs.com /michaeljfox/bttf3.htm   (1082 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Clara was dressed in a simple shift that adequately disguised her early pregnancy -- she couldn't bring herself (yet) to wear slacks -- and a pair of comfortable canvas shoes.
Clara had taken care of that problem post haste, rearranged furniture to her liking, and generally saw that the mansion was more child proof, and they were finished.
Clara's parents were handsome in their evening clothes, but even Emmett had to admit that he and Clara had gone them at least one better in the elegance department.
www.docemmettbrown.com /timeoflife.html   (21827 words)

  
 Part II — The Plucky Woman, The Dreamer & Conclusion
Miss Clara Clayton, the new schoolmistress for Hill Valley in Back to the Future III is an independent, truly plucky woman, who manages to steal Doc Brown’s heart away.
Unlike Mara and Lydia, Clara seems to have defined herself on her own terms: she is single and apparently reasonably qualified.
Clara is of course a perfect match for Doc Brown, but does appear to have a fiery temper throwing him out of her house after he tried to tell her he was from the future.
www.angelfire.com /tv/sarahlegend/stereoessay2.html   (2482 words)

  
 Trilogy Bios   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
This caused a rift between her and her parents, which only grew when Clara rejected a marriage with a local man and decided to move out west.
Clara traveled to the town of Hill Valley to take a teaching job, and rented a buckboard to get into town after finding no escort at the train station.
Clara didn't initially believe him, but later found out the truth and accidentally prevented him from returning to 1985 with his friend Marty.
www.freewebtown.com /backtothevampire/Trilogybio.htm   (1422 words)

  
 Temporal Anomalies in Back to the Future Part III
It is also apparently not the second timeline: had Clara fallen into the ravine in the second timeline, she would not have been able to erect a tombstone for Doc.
Although it is colorful to imagine that he rescues her dramatically as we see in the movie, it is far more likely that he meets her at the station, preventing her from driving the horses to town, being spooked by the snake and carried off the cliff.
Although Clara Clayton did not drive into the ravine, she did not marry, have children, or severely impact the timeline in any other way.
www.mjyoung.net /time/back3.html   (1997 words)

  
 Crossover Bios 2: OckDocumentary
At eleven, Clara had diphtheria and had to be quarantined for three months.
Clara took pity on the empathic alien and let it bond with her, saving its life.
Clara and her "other" quickly became interested in science.
www.freewebtown.com /backtothevampire/XoverBio2.htm   (1229 words)

  
 present   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Clara opened her mouth to speak, seemed to change her mind (or her nerve, Emmett couldn't tell which), then she set her mug down and fixed him with an even, determined look.
Clara bit her lip, waiting, not sure what she expected he would say, if anything.
Clara nodded, understanding, though she privately disagreed with his negative assessments of himself.
www.docemmettbrown.com /present.html   (8696 words)

  
 The HVCs, Volume I: "The Accident"
Clara -- who’s mouth was opened a half inch, as if she was waiting to say something more -- abruptly closed her lips, her eyes darting to the bed.
Clara darted out a few times during the course of the day, bringing news to the saloon -- which, while no place for a lady of the schoolteacher’s stature, was just as effective as posting it under the masthead of the Telegraph -- as well as the kind wishes and food from various townspeople.
Clara was ready and waiting; she walked out to meet him before he could dismount from the wagon, a dark shadow on the moonlit landscape around them.
www.kristensheley.com /bttf/theaccident.html   (18754 words)

  
 Powell Family Tree - aqwg79
Clara Elizabeth Beeny was born 28 Nov 1878 and died 7 Nov 1969.
Ina Clara Clayton [Parents] was born 25 Jul 1888 in Hopkins Co. KY.
He died 1906 in Hopkins Co. KY and was buried UNKNOWN in Clayton Cemetary - Shakerag Hills, Hopkins Co., KY. Joel married Ina Clara Clayton on 24 Feb 1904 in Hopkins Co. KY.
www.afn.org /~afn60701/JPOWELLGED.wbg/aqwg79.htm   (929 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Clara's dress finally gave way and she fell towards the ground.
Unfortunately, I was not the only person Marty had visited that day." He told Clara the whole story of how Marty had accidentally interfered with his parents' first meeting, how they had got back together and about the lightning bolt at the clocktower.
Doc told Clara about Temporal Experiment Number 1, how it had gone right on schedule, and how the Libyans had turned up as they were "supposed" to.
members.lycos.co.uk /hillvalley/ds.htm   (12841 words)

  
 Meet the Merry Men (and a Few Women)
Ben is lazy as they make 'em, and only works when prodded by his wife Clara.
Clara offered that Ben join the Merry Men, seeing that as a better money-making activity than Ben's lackluster merchanting.
Because she's small, she wears her longsword down her back (to gentle joshing), and has problems controlling horses.
www.claytonemery.com /RHMerryMen.html   (1683 words)

  
 "Yesterday and Today"
"'In 1885'..." she read, "'Clara Clayton came to Hill Valley to open a school there.'" Doc, Marty and the two boys listened intently.
On her way, a snake spooked the horses and they dragged the wagon with her in it to Shoanash Ravine where she fell in.
As she sat back Doc said "Somehow, someway, you were involved in me going back to 1885 and rescuing Clara from falling in that ravine." "What do you mean, Doc?" asked Marty.
home.att.net /~charlesmurphy10/ynt5.html   (1611 words)

  
 Clara Clayton - BTTF.com's Space-Time Continuum - Back to the Future™ Forums
On Back to the future Part III, where the Clara Clayton character comes into the picture.
IF Marty and Doc were not researching a proper site for the DeLorean to accelerate to 88 mph.
AND how did Marty hear about the story of the schoolteacher that fell into to “Shonash / Clayton Ravine" IF Doc had met her (and somehow saved her) Because remember she would have gone off the cliff if they weren't there.
www.bttf.com /forums/showthread.php?t=27742   (167 words)

  
 The Nitpickers Site: Movie Nitpick - Back to the Future Part III - 1990
After Doc and Marty saved Clara from falling into the ravine, they discovered that the ravine was named after her.
They then went horseback riding near Clayton Ravine, where they saved Clara Clayton from falling in.
The Doc replies: "Great Scott!" because he has seriously altered history (as Clayton did not fall into the ravine due to their meddling).
www.nitpickers.com /movies/nitpick.cgi?np=9249   (481 words)

  
 Thomas Clayton/Mary Edna ?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Name: Elizabeth Clayton Born: at: Married: at: Died: 1947 at: Spouses: Wilfred Sykes
Name: Ruth Emma Clayton Born: 1 APR at: Married: at: Died: 1944 at: Spouses: James Henry Tett
Name: Alexander Clayton Born: 15 JUL 1900 at: Married: 1927 at: Died: 8 DEC 1938 at: Spouses: Nellie Moore
www.janelachs.de /yorktree/clayton/fam00026.htm   (232 words)

  
 Body   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Ella Streeter, dau Rufus and Lucy Clayton Streeter
Nancy Clayton, dau Joan Servis and RH Clayton
Susan, dau of Joan Servis and R.H. Clayton.
home.earthlink.net /~rhclayton/Ch15.html   (123 words)

  
 Clara and Clayton Ravine - BTTF.com's Space-Time Continuum - Back to the Future™ Forums
Supposedly Clara was to fall into the ravine.
In the 3rd movie, she falls in because she attempts to drive home herself because Doc fails to pick her up from the train station.
I tried to blame everything on the Ripple Effect with Marty reciting the school story based on Doc being in that time period...
www.bttf.com /forums/showthread.php?t=19705   (203 words)

  
 Movies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Clara waves back and Marty and Doc get on their horses and start riding away from her
Clara: I think the lens may be out of alignment, because if you move it this way, the
Clara exits and Doc has the stupidest look on his face that
maxpages.com /moviescripts3k/bttf3_page_3 - !http://www.maxpages.com/moviescripts3k/bttf3_page_3   (1904 words)

  
 San Jose California CA Attorneys Clayton McEvoy Silicon Valley Lawyers
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 peninsuladailynews.com - Paid Death Notices   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Born to Teen and Clara Clayton, he was the oldest of seven children in Roswell, New Mexico.
Other survivors include brothers Leonard Clayton of Federal Way, Wash.; Harvey Clayton of Vancouver, Wash.; Jim Clayton of Kalispel, Mont.; sisters, Dorothy Silva of Phoenix, Ariz.; Elizabeth Walker of Terrebonne, Ore., and Mary Ann Clayton of Sequim.
Ferd is also survived by a sister, Frances Walsman of Sun City, Ariz.; a sister-in-law, Clara Schnuriger of Olympia, and numerous nieces and nephews; traveling companion and friend Pauline Sloulin of Yakima; also, his much-loved fl lab Smokey.
www.peninsuladailynews.com /sited/story/html/120449   (999 words)

  
 (Sophronia CLAWSON - Elva S. CLAYTON )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Robert E. Alda CLAYTON (6 Apr 1898 - ____)
Benjamin Wilson CLAYTON (22 May 1848 - ____)
Clara R. Cleo Ethel CLAYTON (18 Aug 1894 - ____)
www.public.asu.edu /~bgertz/family/index/ind0153.html   (104 words)

  
 Beavers Family: Lonzo Clayton Beavers, Clara Caldonia Keith and Children   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Beavers Family: Lonzo Clayton Beavers, Clara Caldonia Keith and Children
Lonzo Clayton Beavers (1879-1942) and Clara Caldonia Keith (1878-1961)
Clara Eleanor Beavers, Feb 13, 1906 (Beverly's Grandma!)
www.beverlysdomain.com /beaversfamily.htm   (54 words)

  
 The Mary Steenburgen Encyclopedia
MARY STEENBURGEN, a native of Little Rock, Arkansas, moved to New York in 1972 to study acting.
She joined the Back to the Future cast as Clara Clayton, an 1885 woman whose intelligence and charm transcend the boundaries of the space-time continuum and caused Doc Brown to be instantly smitten with her.
A chance meeting with Jack Nicholson in a casting office led to a screen test and her motion picture debut opposite the actor (and director) in Goin' South.
www.bttf.com /steenbur.htm   (510 words)

  
 webGED: Trudy's Research Data Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Clayton, Clara Agness (1852 - 1856) - female
Clayton, Isabella Alice (1854 - 1913) - female
----------child: Switzer, Clara A. ----------child: Switzer, Alonzo B. ----------child: Switzer, Roza D. ----------child: Switzer, William Orth (1866 - 1937)
webpages.charter.net /jadetree/TRUDYKIN.wbg/wgt15.html   (1503 words)

  
 CTBoyd's "About Clara Clayton Boyd" Page http://members.aol.com/CTBoyd/clarclay.htm
Clara Clayton Boyd was my spouse's paternal grandmother.
What you see on CTBoyd's Family Tree Web Pages (this page and all those listed above) is NOT to be copied.
This page was updated on Saturday, August 24, 2002.
members.aol.com /CTBoyd/clarclay.htm   (164 words)

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