HULET D. CLARK, for many years a progressive farmer and representative business man of the town of Minisink,
was born in Sussex County, N. J., in 1835 and died April 2, 1897.
In 1860 he purchased a farm in Mount Hope, and six years later bought one hundred and fifteen acres in the town
of Minisink, near Westtown, where he resided to the time of his death. In 1885 his son, Clarence, established a
flour and feed store in the village of Johnson under the firm name of C. G. Clark & Co. The venture proved
successful and branches were started at Unionville, Slate Hill and Westtown.
In 1867 Mr. Clark married Margaret, daughter of James G. Swartwout, of Port Jervis, a direct descendant of Roeloff
Swartwout, who came from Holland and settled at Kingston, N. Y., in 1655. Five children were born, of whom Clarence
G. was the third in order of birth. He resides in Westtown, conducting an extensive flour, feed and coal business,
in addition to a three hundred acre farm. He married Mary, daughter of H. Reeves Horton. They are the parents of
two children, Hulet D. and Julia K.
The History of Orange County New York
Edited by: Russel Headley
Van Deusen and Elms, Publishers
Middletown, N. Y. 1908
Orange County, NY
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