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New Announcements for 2021 and 2022!Ezra T. Clark Family Reunion and Clark Family Tour
Due to COVID-19 our family reunion plans for this year were set to have a virtual one. Although originally planned for June 19th it was rescheduled for August 5th. It will be Thursday evening at 6:00 PM and will include a focus on Susan Leggett and an introduction to our completely new website.Please click here to join us on our Ezra T. Clark FaceBook page to watch for upcoming details.
A wonderful opportunity is coming to tour and learn about our Clark heritage October 19-27, 2022. (We needed to postpone this due to the COVID delay of a mission call for one of our main tour guides.)
Cousins Charles Clark and Richard Lambert, along with other scholars and local experts will guide us through visits to our colonial family roots in Conneticut, as well as Church historic sites in New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.
Please click here to register.
Come experience our Ezra T. Clark Family Organization Repository of pictures and documents at ezratclark.kindex.org.
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Timothy Baldwin Clark
This latest volume of Clark history is a beautiful 400-page book about Ezra's father. It has been 17 years in the making and covers four generations of our New England ancestory as well.
This is a very limited edition printing (with 164 copies left) -- researched and authored by A. Charles Clark. Please click here for details.
HISTORY OF EZRA THOMPSON CLARK
His family joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1835; he was baptized in 1836. The family moved to Missouri where he was a participant in the persecutions heaped upon the Saints during that time.
Leaving Missouri, his family relocated to Iowa where he grew to manhood and eventually married Mary Stevenson. He and his wife Mary had a baby in Lee County, Iowa and then began the trek westward with the pioneers. They arrived in the Salt Lake Valley in 1848, after spending an extra year in Winter Quarters.
They lived two years in the North Canyon area of Bountiful before settling in Farmington where he lived the remainder of his life. He and Mary had 11 children, including two who lived to be over 100 years of age.
Ezra Thompson Clark served five missions for The Church, including a mission to England where he became acquainted with the family of Susan Leggett, who would become his second wife and bear him 10 children.
A noted financier, Ezra was heavily involved in Church, social, political, and family activities his entire life.