Clark, Saul

Clark, Saul, a Congregational minister, was born at Southampton, Mass., in 1780. He graduated at Williams College in 1805; was pastor of the Church in East Haven, Conn., from 1808 to 1818; in Barkhamstead; in Chester,-from 1829 to 1831; in Egretnont, Mass., in 1834; and, after a few years,: returned to his former home in East Haven; where he died in 1849. See Hampden Pulpit, p. 40. - (J. C. S.)

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