Clark, Charles Chapman

Clark, Charles Chapman, a Universalist minister, was born in Rumney, N. H., in August, 1813. He was a zealous Methodist in early life, but later embraced Universalism, and in 1841 was ordained a preacher of that faith at Thornton, N. . His subsequent stations were at East Jaffrey and Brookline, N. H.; at Concord and Hartland, Vt.; at Susquehanna, Pa.; and at Essex, Pigeon Cove, and West Townsend, Mass. He died in Brattleborough, Vt., Oct. 14, 1878. Mr. Clark was a man of sound common-sense, sincere and devoted spirit, a useful and Scriptural preacher. See Universalist Register, 1879, p. 100.

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