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Rev Oscar T Clark

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Rev Oscar T Clark

Birth
Vermont, USA
Death
8 Aug 1891 (aged 58–59)
Iowa, USA
Burial
Prophetstown, Whiteside County, Illinois, USA
Memorial ID
66717684 View Source

Civil War: Co F 28th Ia

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BIO:

He was the son of Thompson F. and Philana (Miller) Clark, born in Essex, Vermont in 1832, and married Miss Caroline Fielding in 1854. He professed religion in 1850, he having moved to Illinois in 1836. He served three years in the Army, and while there decided to obey the call to the ministry.
Returning home to Iowa, he joined the Free Will Baptist church, and served as layman until 1870; he was licensed in 1871, and ordained the next year. He served churches in Iowa, and for eight years in Kansas, and was instrumental in gathering several churches in Norton Co. His name is mentioned in church history as being there in 1880.
After eight years, he returned to Iowa where he was faithful until his death.
---from "Cyclopedia of Free Baptist," pub. 1889, by Burgess and Ward.

Civil War: Co F 28th Ia

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Find A Grave contributor wvy has made a suggestion to you

BIO:

He was the son of Thompson F. and Philana (Miller) Clark, born in Essex, Vermont in 1832, and married Miss Caroline Fielding in 1854. He professed religion in 1850, he having moved to Illinois in 1836. He served three years in the Army, and while there decided to obey the call to the ministry.
Returning home to Iowa, he joined the Free Will Baptist church, and served as layman until 1870; he was licensed in 1871, and ordained the next year. He served churches in Iowa, and for eight years in Kansas, and was instrumental in gathering several churches in Norton Co. His name is mentioned in church history as being there in 1880.
After eight years, he returned to Iowa where he was faithful until his death.
---from "Cyclopedia of Free Baptist," pub. 1889, by Burgess and Ward.


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