Joseph A. Clark


A photocopy in the local history clipping files at Lowell Public Library (Vital Statistics, vol. 1, page 79) reported that Joseph A. Clark, son of Joseph Addison Clark and Harriet Story Clark, was a second lieutenant in the 20th Indiana Volunteers, Company B during the Civil War. Two of his brothers, George S. and Alva V., also served in the war.


A photocopy of this article was found in the local history clipping files at Lowell Public Library (LH--Vital Statistics, vol. 2, page 80): * NOTE -- While this article indicates that Mr. Clark was born in 1827, another article (below) indicates his birth date was 1828. An essay from a Colfax Lodge booklet (also below) give his death date as July 8, 1906.


The following article was copied from the Spalding Scrapbook and can be found in the local history clipping files at Lowell Public Library (LH--Vital Statistics, vol. 5, page 17):
The following excerpt comes from page 14 of the Centennial Colfax Lodge No. 378 booklet that was dated May 27, 1968:

* NOTE -- The same book that this essay was in listed all the past Masters of the Colfax Lodge up to the time of publication. On page 23 it shows that George S. Clark was Master of Colfax lodge in the years 1933 and 1936, not 1933 through 1936. Harold W. Brownell was Master in 1934, and Arnold J. Schreiber was Master in 1935.


Last updated on July 18, 2007.

Go to Joseph A. Clark, "Pioneer History Index," for further information.

Return to Civil War Veterans
Return to Three Creeks Monument
Return to Biographies

Contact referenc@lowellpl.lib.in.us