Clark, Julius I.
The following data is extracted from Sketches of Addison County, Vermont.
Clark, Julius I., Addison, was born in Addison, Addison county, Vt., on July 25, 1836. His parents were Isaiah and Harriette (Stickle) Clark. Isaiah was born in Addison in 1800. His father, Isaiah, sr., was an early settler in Addison, and settled on the farm now owned by Byron Smith. He was a large land owner and a successful man; kept a hotel for many years. Isaiah, jr., lived on the same place and raised a family of eleven children to maturity, eight of whom are now living. He was a prominent man of his town, and filled many of the town offices. He died in April, 1873, in the seventy-fifth year of his age. Julius I. was educated in the common schools and brought up on the farm, where he remained until he was married on January 1, 1861, to Amy E. Smith, who was a daughter of Truman T. Smith. After his marriage he resided for three years in New Haven. At the end of three years he retired to Addison, and conducted the management of the Luther farm for sixteen years. He purchased the Arunah Warner farm in 1880, and settled there in 1881. He is a successful farmer and apiarist. He was constable and collector of the town for two years. They have two children, one son and one daughter; Arthur T. was born on December 13, 1863, and Dora U. was born on December 9, 1868. Both of them are at home.
Source: Sketches of Addison County, Vermont