Clark, Calvin

Clark, Calvin, a Presbyterian minister, was born at Westhampton, Mass., March 27, 1805. He graduated from Williams College in 1832, and from Auburn Theological Seminary in 1835. He entered the home missionary work in Michigan in September of the same year, and, with the exception of four years, when he was in Chicago as district secretary of the American Board, had spent nearly forty-two years in the state of Michigan. He labored for a brief period as pastor, or stated supply, at Homer, Richland, and- Hillsdale. He died suddenly at Marshall, Mich., June 4, 1877. (W. P. s.)

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