Surname: Clark

Biographical Sketch of John S. Clark

JOHN S. CLARK. – Much interest attaches to this gentleman as the son of one of the earliest pioneers, and as being himself a native of Oregon. The father, Daniel Clark, was well known in the early days as an immigrant of...

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Biographical Sketch of Cephus Clark

Cephus, grandfather of William Frederick Clark, was born in Keene, New Hampshire, and was engaged in agricultural pursuits. He was an active participant in the war of 1812, and at the close of that conflict returned to his rural...

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Biography of William Frederick Clark

William Frederick, son of Frederick P. A. and Eliza J. (King) Clark, was born in Glover, Orleans county, Vermont, January 7, 1849. His elementary and college preparatory education was received at the Montpelier Seminary and the...

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Biography of Lawrence Clark

Lawrence Clark, who resides in the old colonial mansion in Geneva, Ontario county, New York, on the west shore of Seneca lake, which was owned and occupied by his family for upward of sixty years, is one of those men who take...

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Biography of Walter A. Clark

Walter A. Clark, prominent in the commercial affairs of upper and central New York, is of the second generation of the Clark family to be identified and at the head of manufacturing interests. Otis G. Clark was born in Vermont...

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Biography of Ralph B. Clark

RALPH B. CLARK, In his native city of Anderson Mr. Clark has found ample scope and opportunity for effective business enterprise and has gained a secure position as a representative citizen of the County with good claims upon...

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Biography of William Clark

William Clark, formerly Judge of Probate for Sullivan County, was born in Claremont, March 6, 1819, son of Moses and Fanny (Patterson) Clark. His ancestors on both sides were pioneer settlers of Londonderry, N.H. Moses Clark, a...

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Benjamin Franklin Clark

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CLARK, the son of Hiram and Adaline (Fisher) Clark of Croydon, was b. June 17, 1832. He spent several years in the West engaged in “ranching.” Returning East, he came to Cornish in March, 1886. He...

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Benjamin Chesman Clark

BENJAMIN CHESMAN CLARK, a son of Samuel and Bathsheba Clark was b. in Plainfield Sept. 22, 1814; m. March 25, 1841, Maria Pratt Bugbee, dau. of Reuben and Lydia (Marsh) Bugbee, b. April 12, 1817; d. Auburn, R. I., Jan. 22, 1905....

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Theoda Clark

THEODA and POLLY CLARK had the following children b. in town: i. THEODA, a son, b. Aug. 12, 1802, and d. the same day. ii. ELIZA, b. Aug. 16, 1803. iii. MARY, b. Sept. 4, 1809. iv. RACHEL, b. Aug. 5, 1811. v. DANIEL, b. Nov. 9,...

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