HISTORY: CLARK, Christopher Henderson -- Member of Virginia state legislature; U.S. Representative from Virginia at-large, 1804-06. Died in 1828 Interment in private or family graveyard. (Info located in Political Graveyard on the net.)
HISTORY: CLARK, Christopher Henderson, (brother of James Clark and uncle of John Bullock Clark), a Representative from Virginia; born in Albemarle County, Virginia in 1768; attended Washington College (now Washington and Lee University), Lexington, Virginia; studied law in the office of Patrick Henry; was admitted to the bar in 1788 and commenced practice in New London (now Bedford Springs), Virginia; member of the State house of delegates in 1790; elected as a Republican to the Eighth Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the death of John TRIGG; re-elected to the Ninth Congress and served from November 5, 1804 to July 1, 1806 when he resigned; resumed the practice of law; died near New London, Virginia November 21, 1828; interment in a private cemetery at Old Lawyers Station, near Lynchburg, Virginia. (Info located on the net in the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.)
HISTORY: CLARK, John Bullock (1802-1885) Nephew of Christopher Henderson Clark and James Clark; father of John Bullock Clark, Jr.. Born in Madison County, Kentucky April 17, 1802. Democrat. Member of Missouri state house of representatives 1850; U.S. Representative from Missouri 3rd District, 1857-63; delegate to Democratic National Convention from Missouri, 1860; Delegate from Missouri to the Confederate Provisional Congress, 1861 & 1862; Senator from Missouri in the Confederate Congress 1862-64; Representative from Missouri in the Confederate Congress 1864-65. Died October 29, 1885. Interment at Fayette City Cemetery in Fayette, Missouri.
HISTORY: CLARK, John Bullock, Jr. (1831-1903) -- also known as John B. CLARK, Jr. -- of Fayette, Howard County, Missouri. Son of John Bullock CLARK. Born in Fayette, Howard County, Missouri January 14, 1831. Republican. Brig. General in the Confederate Army during the Civil War; member of Republican National Committee from Missouri, 1870-72; U.S. Representative from Missouri 11th District, 1873-83. Died in Washington D. C., September 7, 1903 Interment at Rock Creek Cemetery in Washington, D. C.
She was 3 in 1880.
He was a brother to Ollie Ray who married Celia's brother James Murray Loftis.
He was 11 in 1900.
He was living in Oxford, Arkansas in 1942 when his mother died.
She had 3 children but only one lived to adulthood. His name was Kenneth and he was mentally retarded and lived to be 55 years old.
He was 7 in 1900.
He was living in Kansas in 1942 when his mother died.