Clark, Dugan

Clark, Dugan, a minister of the Society of Friends was born in Randolph: County N. C., Oct. 3,1783. He was converted when about eighteen years of age, united with the Methodists, and was an itinerant preacher for three years. Subsequently he became a member of the Society of Friend's, was acknowledged as a minister in August, 1817 and labored in his own and the neighboring quarterly meetings. - In 1822 and 1828, he visited the meetings of Ohio and Indiana; and in 1834 those in Philadelphia, New York, and New England. He and. his wife had the superintendency of the New Garden Boarding School, from 1837 to 1843. In 1844 they went to Great Britain on. a ministerial tour, and were absent a year. His last public: labors were performed in 1854, in the Westerns and Southern States. He died Aug. 23, 1855. See The Friend, xv, 41, 42. (J. C.S.)

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