DEATH'S HARVEST The Old and the Young Cut Down by the Grim Reaper

Mr. Samuel G. Clark, a well known citizen of Livingston county, died at his home in the Slaem Valley, Monday Jan. 2, after several months illness of consumption. He was born in Tennessee in 1847, and came with his father, Geo. M. Clark, to Crittendon county in 1852, settling at Dycusburg, where the elder Clark worked as a blacksmith and wagon-maker until 1869, when he moved to Pickneyville. S. G. Clark learned his father's trade and remained with him until his twenty-fourth year, when he..

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DEATH'S HARVEST
The Old and the Young Cut Down by the Grim Reaper -

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  1. Crittenden Press,
  2. 05 Jan 1899, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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  • DEATH'S HARVEST The Old and the Young Cut Down by the Grim Reaper — Mr. Samuel G. Clark, a well known citizen of Livingston county, died at his home in the Slaem Valley, Monday Jan. 2, after several months illness of consumption. He was born in Tennessee in 1847, and came with his father, Geo. M. Clark, to Crittendon county in 1852, settling at Dycusburg, where the elder Clark worked as a blacksmith and wagon-maker until 1869, when he moved to Pickneyville. S. G. Clark learned his father's trade and remained with him until his twenty-fourth year, when he..

    emcghee – 08 Sep 2014