Clark, John (1)

Clark, John (1), a Presbyterian minister,. received his license from the :Presbytery of New Brunswick, May 9, 1760, and was ordained and settled at the Forks of the Delaware, Oct. 13, 1762. In 1767, on account of bodily infirmity, he resigned his charge and removed to Maryland, where he became pastor of two churches in Baltimore County. In 1775 his pastoral relation was again dissolved, but he continued to preach to one of his churches until 1781. In this year lie removed to western Pennsylvania, and became pastor of, the united churches of Bethel and Lebanon, in that region. He died July 13, 1797. As a preacher, Mr. Clark was solemn and impressive. See Alexander, Princeton College in the 18th Century.

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