| Public Press, New Albany, Indiana
4 Mar 1891 p4 c6
John CLARK died at his home at Galena Floyd County, of paralysis, Sunday evening, aged about sixty-five years. He had been sick but a few weeks. He had always enjoyed remarkable good health and was a very active man during his entire lifetime.
He leaves four sons Charles, William, Edward, and John CLARK, Jr., and four daughters, Mrs. D. M. SCOTT, of Kansas City; Mrs. W. J. SCOTT, Mrs. Lindsley WADE, and Mrs. J. W. DEM[P]STER, all grown, and his wife, to mourn his death. Mr. Scott [CLARK] was a farmer of the progressive, and driving order.
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