Abraham Clark, born to Ebenezer and Mary Sampson Clark served in the War of the Rebellion in 33rd Mass. Regiment. His son, George E. Clark also served in the same regiment. James Clark, a nephew, served in the Vermont brigade and was killed whilst carrying the regimental colors, about one week previous to the expiration of his service. George E. Clark mentioned that he remembers two of his great uncles, namely, Benjamin, who resided at New Ipswich, N. H., at the time of his death, and James, who lived and died at Stoneham, Mass. They both lived to near the century mark, and considering their great age, were smart and active to the last.
(listed in Reed Genealogy: Descendants of William Reade, of Weymouth, Mass., from 1635-1902, by J.L. Reed pub. 1901 vol 2 appendix, no source given)
(ibid Reed Genealogy )
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