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Alexander Clark (1834–1879)

Clark, Alexander. A prominent American Methodist divine and miscellaneous writer; born in Jefferson County, OH, 1834; died in Georgia, July 6, 1879. He was editor of the Methodist Recorder. He wrote: the ‘Old Log Schoolhouse’ (1864); ‘Workaday Christianity’ (1870); ‘Rambles in Europe’ (1877); ‘Ripples on the River,’ verse; etc.