A Commentary, Critical and Explanatory, on the Old and New Testaments. In conjunction with Edward Henry Bickersteth, now bishop of Exeter, and Principal Brown of Aberdeen. Bound in 3/4 leather, the spine with raised bands, gilt titling and blind décor, as shown. Light chipping at the crown, else all intact.
Within, some toning, lightly foxed, in nice shape. Some maps printed in color. Tons of illustrations, examples as shown. Clark's inscription is on the upper pastedown, as shown.Measures roughly 11" x 8" x 3.75. Ithaca, Tompkins, New York, United States. Danby, Tompkins, New York, United States. Draft Registration - Union Guards. Ithaca City Cemetery, Ithaca, Tompkins, New York, United States. Uri Clark was born born Oct 23, 1836 in Ithaca, New York.
After Uri and Harriet marry, they move into the household of her parents who moved their family to Ithaca, New York where they are found living on the 1860 U. Census was taken, Uri and Harriet had two daughters; Amelia, born in 1864 and Augusta, b. Census, a son, Leland B. Clark, is born and is seven months old.The entire family is complete on the 1880 U. Census, in Ithaca, Tompkins, NY. They also have two'cousins' living with them, a William Hutchinson and George Wilson. On the 1900 census, Uri and Harriet are still living in Ithaca with their son Leland Clark. In 1910, Amelia and her husband, Edward Fritts, have moved in with Uri. Uri dies on October 23, 1836. Where an extensive family history for him was published. A biography of Uri Clark is found in the History of the DeWitt Guard, Company A. URI CLARK, Jeweler, enlisted May 26th, 1863. Sergeant Clark is as good a soldier as he is a perfect engraver, and as good an officer as he is skillful and perfect in the various arts of which he is master. He was honored by the members of the Company by being elected in the first place to the vacancy occasioned by the promotion of the fourth Corporal; he bore his honor meekly, and by gradual promotion has reached the rank of third Sergeant.
Sacrificed his business for the sake of doing his duty as a soldier, and volunteered with the Company in the service of the United States in September, 1864, and most honorably did he serve the full term of his enlistment. Note: Uri continued in military service attaining the rank of Captain in 1870 and Lt. Ithaca Daily News, Tuesday Evening February 3, 1916, page 5, 3rd col.
Uri Clark Dies at Home. Prominent Resident of City and Former Business Man Passes Away After Long Illness Was Secretary of Calendar Clock Co. Col Uri Clark, one of the Citys oldest and more prominent business men, died about 4 Oclock this morning at his home, 313 East Buffalo Street, after a long illness. Mr Clark was 79 years of age.Clark retired from active business several years ago, he was interested financially in many of the citys commercial enterprises and was recognized as a man of unusual business ability. At the time of his death he was secretary of the Ithaca Calendar Clock Company. Colonel Clark has been regarded generally as one of the citys most successful and wealthy men.
Whatever wealth he possessed, however, was acquired entirely through his own efforts, as he was the son of respected, but poor parents. His grandfather came to this country from Connecticut in 1800 and his father was a farmer and drover, residing in Danby, where Mr. The family moved to this city in Mr.
Clarks early boyhood and for a time the son attended the old Lancasterian School in Mill Street. He afterwards attended the old Ithaca Academy for one year and then became a jewelers apprentice under Joseph Burritt, in whose service he remained until he became a journeyman jeweler five years later.Clarks first business venture was in 1863 when he became a partner in the jewelry business with his former employer and F. Brooks under the firm name of Burritt, Clark & Co. During his term of service he was promoted to the rank of first sergeant. Ran Jewelry Store Many Years.
He then moved to the corner of State and Tioga Streets, where he remained for thirteen years, eventually purchasing the store now occupied by the Fahey Pharmacy, where he conducted a jewelry store for more than twenty years. Immediately after the war Mr.Clark was attached to the staff of Gen. Blood with the rank of adjutant general, from which he received the title of colonel, by which he was popularly known. Patterson, the daughter of a prominent Ithaca physician.
Clark died a number of years ago. Colonel Clark leaves a son, Leland B.Clark of Buffalo, and two daughters, Mrs. M Fritts of this city. Although Colonel Clark was deeply interested in the business and civic welfare of the city, he never consented to become a candidate for election to any office, although he served as a member of the Board of Health for fifteen years, being president of that body at the time of the typhoid epidemic in 1903.
A member of the Odd Fellows, he at different times held all of the chairs in that organization. He also was the oldest member of the Protective Police. He was a member of the Town and Gown Club and one of the original members of the Daddys Club.
The funeral will be held at 3:30 oclock Sunday afternoon from the home. Burial will be in the City Cemetery.
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