Clark, Martin, a minister in, the Methodist Episcopal Church South, was born in Patrick County, Va., Oct. 3,41801. He removed, when about eight years old, with his parents to Williamson County, Tenn., where he received a good education. He was converted in 1820; commenced preaching in 1824, and continued in the local ranks until 1841, when he entered the Tennessee Conference. In it, he has effective many years in succession, but at, length became a supernumerary, and died Feb., 25, 1859. Mr. Clark was remarkable for zeal and punctuality. He possessed good natural endowments, a commanding -person, a clear, musical voice, and great physical endurance. Cheerful in temperament, always happy, he was a source of consolation and joy everywhere. See Minutes of Annual Conferences of the M.E. Church South, 1859, 114.