2191,КЛАРК (Clark) Уильям (1.8.1770-1.9.1838)

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Ви́льям Кла́рк (англ. William Clark, 1 августа 1770 года, округ Каролайн, Виргиния — 1 сентября 1838 года, Сент-Луис) — американский исследователь, один из организаторов экспедиции Льюиса и Кларка, впоследствии второй и последний губернатор территории Миссури. С 1822 года до смерти занимал должность суперинтенданта по делам индейцев.

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Biography

William Clark is Notable.

  • Clark County can be found in four U.S. states: Arkansas, Missouri, Montana (Lewis and Clark County), and Washington

William Clark learned many of his wilderness skills from his famous older brother George Rogers Clark. William was an army officer engaged in various battles with the Native Americans. Among his soldiers was Ensign Meriwether Lewis whom he befriended. Meriwether later became the personal secretary to Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson selected Lewis to lead the » Corps of Discovery», an exploratory expedition into the newly-purchased Louisiana Territory, and Lewis in turn selected his friend William Clark to accompany him. Clark was the Military leader and cartographer of the expedition. He made numerous maps and drawings,and kept journals of their experiences.

Part of the explorer team of Lewis and Clark

Notes for William Clark: Note: Captain William (Lewis & Clark) Clark Brother of George Rogers Clark Co-leader of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, May 1804-September 1806 Bridg. General of the Louisiana Militia Superintendent of Indian Affairs Indian Fighter, War of 1812 Veteran Governor of Missouri Territory, 1813-21

William Clark was born in Caroline County, Virginia, on August 1, 1770, the ninth of ten children of John and Ann Rogers Clark. His parents were natives of King and Queen County, and were of English and possibly Scots ancestry. The Clarks were common planters in Virginia, owners of modest estates and a few slaves, and members of the Anglican Church.

Name

William /Clark/

Birth

Date: August 1, 1770 Place: Caroline, Va

Marriage

Husband: William Clark Wife: Judith Julia Hancock Child: Elisha Clark Relationship to Father: Natural Relationship to Mother: Natural Child: Isaac Clark Relationship to Father: Natural Relationship to Mother: Natural Child: William Clark Relationship to Father: Natural Relationship to Mother: Natural Child: Andrew Clark Relationship to Father: Natural Relationship to Mother: Natural Child: Abraham Clark Relationship to Father: Natural Relationship to Mother: Natural Child: John Clark Relationship to Father: Natural Relationship to Mother: Natural Child: Meriwether Lewis Clark Relationship to Father: Natural Relationship to Mother: Natural Child: William Preston Clark Relationship to Father: Natural Relationship to Mother: Natural Child: Mary Margaret Clark Relationship to Father: Natural Relationship to Mother: Natural Child: George Rogers Hancock Clark Relationship to Father: Natural Relationship to Mother: Natural Child: John Julius Clark Relationship to Father: Natural Relationship to Mother: Natural Child: Jefferson Kearny Clark Relationship to Father: Natural Relationship to Mother: Natural Child: Edmund Clark Relationship to Father: Natural Relationship to Mother: Natural Marriage: Date: 5 Jan 1808 Place: Fincastle, Botetourt, Virginia, United States

Burial

Bellefontaine Cemetery, Saint Louis, St. Louis City Missouri, USA Plot: Block 224, Lot 780

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Семья


Clarkia amoena

Вильям Кларк женился на Джулии Хэнкок 5 января 1808 года в Вирджинии. От неё имел пятерых детей: Мериуэзер (назван в честь Льюиса, 1809—1881); Вильям Престон (1811—1840); Мэри Маргарет (1814—1821); Джордж Роджерс Хэнкок (1816—1858), Джон Джулиус (1818—1831). После смерти Джулии в 1820 году женился на её сестре, Хэрриет Кеннерли Рэдфорд, и имел от неё трёх детей: Джефферсон Кирни (1824—1900); Эдмунд (1826—1827); Хэрриет (умерла в детстве). Его вторая жена умерла в 1831 году.

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Family

Clark with his daughters Huguette (right) and Andrée (left), c. 1917

Clark in November 1920 with his daughter, Huguette, donating 135 acres to the Girl Scouts after the death of his daughter Andrée, which was named Camp Andree Clark

Clark was married twice. His first wife was Katherine Louise «Kate» Stauffer (1844 Pennsylvania – 1893 New York).

Together, they had seven children:

  • Mary Joaquina Clark (1870 – 1939), m. Everett Mallory Culver, Charles Potter Kling, and Marius de Brabant
  • Charles Walker Clark (1871 – 1933), m. Katharine Quin Roberts and Cecelia «Celia» Tobin
  • Unnamed son (1874–1874)
  • Jessie Clark (1875–1878)
  • Katherine Louise Clark (1875 – c. 1933), m. Dr. Lewis Rutherford Morris (1862-1936)
  • William Andrews Clark Jr. (1877–1934), m. Mabel Foster and Alice McManus
  • Paul Francis Clark (1880–1896)

After Kate’s death in 1893, William married his second and final wife, the woman who had been his teenage ward, Anna Eugenia La Chapelle (March 10, 1878 Michigan – October 11, 1963 New York). They claimed to have been married in 1901 in France. Anna was 23 and William was 62. They had two children:

  • Louise Amelia Andrée Clark (August 13, 1902 San Lucas, Spain – August 6, 1919 Rangeley, Maine)
  • Huguette Marcelle Clark (June 9, 1906 Paris, France – May 24, 2011, New York City)

In early 1946 Anna commissioned the Paganini Quartet, and acquired the four famous Stradivarius instruments once owned by Niccolo Paganini for their use.

William Clark donated 135 acres to the Girl Scouts in honor of his daughter, Louise Amelia Andrée, who died aged 16 of meningitis and had been very happy there. The Girl Scout camp in Briarcliff Manor was named Camp Andree Clark.

William Andrews Clark Jr.

Clark’s son, William Andrews Clark Jr., founder of the Los Angeles Philharmonic in 1919, left his library of rare books and manuscripts to the regents of the University of California, Los Angeles. Today, the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library specializes in English literature and history from 1641 to 1800, materials related to Oscar Wilde and his associates, and fine printing.

Huguette Marcelle Clark

Huguette (pronounced: oo-GETT), born in Paris, France in June 1906, was known as a reclusive heiress and was the youngest child of Clark with his second wife, Anna Eugenia La Chapelle. She married once, but divorced less than a year later. She led a reclusive life thereafter, communicating very little with the public including her extended family. She lived in three magnificent apartments, with a total of 42 rooms, on New York’s Fifth Avenue at 72nd Street, overlooking Central Park. In 1991, she moved out of her apartment in New York and for the remainder of her life, voluntarily lived in various New York City hospitals.

In February 2010, she became the subject of a series of reports on msnbc.com after it was reported that the caretakers of her three residences (including a $24 million estate in Connecticut, a sprawling seaside estate in Santa Barbara, California and her Fifth Avenue apartments valued at $100 million) had not seen her in decades. These articles were the basis for the 2013 bestselling book Empty Mansions: The Mysterious Life of Huguette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune. by investigative reporter Bill Dedman.

Her final residence was Beth Israel Medical Center, where she died on the morning of May 24, 2011, age 104. Huguette’s extraordinary collection of arts and antiquities were consigned to go on the auction block at Christie’s in June 2014, over three years after her death.

Walter Clark

Clark’s nephew, Walter Miller Clark, son of James Ross and Miriam Augusta (Evans) Clark, along with Walter’s wife, Virginia (McDowell) Clark, were passengers on the RMS Titanic. He was among the 1,514 who died on April 15, 1912 after the ship struck an iceberg at 2:20 a.m. She survived and arrived in New York City a widow. Some of Mr. Clark’s personal items were retrieved during an expedition to the site of the sinking in 1994 in the debris field. They were identified by engraved initials. They included shaving soap, toiletry items, cuff links, and gambling chips. Walter’s wife, Virginia, was rescued by the RMS Carpathia.

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