Maine State Roster, 1889; The Lakeside Press, Publishers

LIEUT. COL. CHARLES D. CLARK

was born in Bangor in 1842, and was educated in the public schools of that city. He went to Boston in 1863, and shortly after enlisted in Company F, Fifth Massachusetts Infantry. At the close of the war he returned to Bangor, and was connected W4th the Maine militia for nine years, serving in the various grades of rank. At the time of his discharge he w^as aid-de-camp on the staff of Gen. John Marshall Brown, commanding the brigade. Col. dark has resided in Portland twelve years, w^here he has been connected with the well-known firm of Burnham & Morrill as book-keeper. He is a member of Bosworth Post, G. A. R., and has always taken great interest in Grand Army affairs. He is adjutant general on the staff of Gen. Whitten, commanding Patriarchs Militant, I. 0. 0. F., and is also a member of the Common Council, representing Ward HI., in Portland city government.
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