|Birth: ||Jul. 15, 1889|
North Dakota, USA
|Death: ||Jun. 20, 1952|
Ralph Llewellyn Clark was born in Fargo, ND to George A. Clark and Effie M. Buttles. His father George died when Ralph was only about 8 and he grew up in Fargo and Minneapolis. His mother remarried to James H. Palmer and they lived in the Seattle area at least since about 1910. Ralph married at least twice, and possibly three times. His first wife, and mother of his son, Charles R. Clark, is currently unknown, and his second marriage to Natalie Olson on Oct. 19, 1920 in Dayton , Washington listed his previous marital status as "widowed," as did his subsequent marriage to Myrtle Frances Budden, in Bellingham, Wash. on July 25, 1923.
In his WWI Draft Registration Card, Ralph was listed as living in Seattle, along with a wife and child. At that time, he worked as a salesman for the Pacific Coast Biscuit Co. of Seattle. The card was dated 6/5/17. In later years he held other sales positions in the dairy industry, travelling throughout the state of Washington.
George A. Clark (1856 - 1897)
Hildur Natalie Olson (1899 - 1923)
Myrtle Frances Budden Clark (1894 - 1975)
Maintained by: Bob Couch
Originally Created by: Mark Vernon
Record added: Nov 09, 2012
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