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William Bradley Clark, son of Rev. William
and Eleanor (Hardy) Clark, was born January 13, 1842, at Fryeburg, Maine.
He began his classical education at Phillips Academy, Andover,
Massachusetts, and entered college at the beginning of the Fall term,
August 24, 1860.
||He left us at the end of the
first term of Freshman year, and afterward entered Amherst
College, in 1861, completing the full course, and graduating in
1865. He went immediately to Patch Grove, Grant County, Wisconsin,
where he was Principal of the Academy for five years. During this
time, he also pursued the study of law, and was admitted to the
bar of Wisconsin, at Milwaukee, in 1868.
He removed to Bloomington, Wisconsin, in 1871, and engaged in the
banking business, where he remained until the Spring of 1883. He was for
seven years Chairman of the Town Board of Bloomington, Wisconsin. In the
Spring of 1883, he removed to Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he is still
engaged in banking, and is also the Manager of the Minneapolis Mortgage
and Investment Company.
He was married July 17, 1872, to Miss Lucy E. David, of Amherst, New
Hampshire. They have no children.
Source: "Memorialia of the Class of '64 in
Dartmouth College" compiled by John C. Webster, Shepard &
Johnston, Printers, 1884, Chicago
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