- Description: List of family documents, noting dates of commissions and military service.
- The Jefferson Kearney Clark Papers (1837-1904) include bound volumes and correspondence. The bound volumes include a memorandum book and letter book regarding his activities while at St. Mary's College, account books, and a scrapbook containing information on his family. The papers also contain several recipes from Jefferson Kearney Clark's wife, Mary Susan Glasgow Clark. Jefferson Kearny Clark was born February 29, 1824, in St. Louis, Missouri, the eldest son of William Clark and his second wife, Harriet Kennerly Radford Clark. Following the death of William Clark in 1838, George Rogers Hancock Clark became Jefferson Kearny's guardian. In 1849, he married Mary Susan Glasgow. In 1856, Clark built Minoma, located in northwest St. Louis County. He was the director of the Jockey Club for more than twenty years. Clark died January 9, 1900, in New York, where he had been living for six years after suffering a stroke while on a visit to the city.
AMDigital Reference: A0289.
- Original Version:
- Reproduction of: List of family documents 1790-1837.
- Location of Originals:
- Missouri History Museum
- Copyright Note:
- The Missouri History Museum
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