Clark, William Henry

Clark, William Henry, a Protestant Episcopal clergyman, was born at Cheshire Conn., and graduated from the General Theological Seminary, N. Y. He was ordained deacon in 1845, and employed for several years as a teacher in Pittsburgh, Pa.; in 1857 was rector of St. Peter's Church in Rome, Ga., and in 1863 was chosen rector of St. Paul's, Augusta, in which position he remained until his sudden death, Aug. 10, 1877, at the age of fifty-eight years. In 1875 Mr. Clark. declined the African missionary episcopate. See Prost. Episc. Almanac, 1878, p. 168.

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