Supposed in the family that he was a nephew of George Rogers Clark, though the two men were close to the same age.
As a "young man," he moved to Tennessee and established a trading post on the Cumberland River called "Clark's Landing."
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American Revolution veteran. Served as a QM Sgt in the North Carolina militia. Reportedly fought at the Battle of Eutaw Springs.
Served as Coroner of Hempstead County.