Biography of Chaeles S. Clark
Monroe County, MI Biographies





CHESTER STOWELL CLARK, living on section 14 in Ash township, enlisted March 25, 1864, in Co. C, 4th U. S. Inf, and took part in the battles of the Wilderness, Spottsylvania Court House and North Anna, in the latter of which he received a wound which compelled him to leave the service. being mus tered out September 6, 1864. He is a native of Whitby, Ontario county, Canada, where be was born November 19, 1842, his parents being Abner and Emily (Gilbert) Clark. In 1863 he came to Port Huron, and after a residenoe of seven years in Washtenaw and eight in Wayne county, came to Ash in 1880. January 23, 1872, he married Emily C., daughter of Augustus and Laura C. (Howe) Jenks, whose children are: Cynthia Belle, born July 22, 1873; Lizzie May, born June 21, 1876; Charles D., born April 27, 1879, died October 5, 1880; Chester Arthur, September 17, 1881; Lucy Stella, July 20, 1884; and Leroy, November 28, 1888.

From:
History of Monroe County, Michigan
Talcott E. Wing, Editor
Munsell & Company, Publishers
New York 1890.

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