Pioneer and father of Mrs. Christian Yegen and Mrs. Joe Cochran. Traveled the Bozeman Trail and met Jim Bridger. Clark and AT Ford raised vegetables on the O.N. Newman ranch in 1878. Built ditches at Coulson with PW Bud McAdow. Ran a Dairy business in early Billings. Father of eleven children, including 8 girls. Moved to Oak Grove Oregon after 1904. See Clark Holds Claim, Billings Gazette, October 16, 1927, p7. See State Pioneer Fatally Hurt, Billings Gazette, April 28, 1931, p1. See Unpublished Diary Tells of Trip, Billings Gazette, May 6, 1934, p 13. See Montana Monographs by O'Donnell.
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Clark Holds Claim, Billings Gazette, October 16, 1927, p7; State Pioneer Fatally Hurt, Billings Gazette, April 28, 1931, p1; Unpublished Diary Tells of Trip, Billings Gazette, May 6, 1934, p 13; Montana Monographs by O'Donnell