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William A. Clark

Posted 2022-08-03 by Pat R
Prescott Journal Miner (Prescott, Arizona)
Friday, September 20, 1918, p. 6

William A. Clark, a resident of Arizona since 1881, died at 8:45 last
night at the Pioneers Home in this city, having been in poor health for
the past month from the effects of a visitation of paralysis. He is
survived by one daughter, Miss Florence Clark, a student at the local

Mr. Clark was born in Maine in 1840 and came to Tucson in 1881. He was
prominently identified with the mining industry in the state for many
years and was quite wealthy at one time. Fifteen or twenty years ago he
became interested in the Fools Gulch property in the southern part of
Yavapai county. He had a wide acquaintance and was well liked by all of
his friends.

The funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock from
the Catholic church, interment in Mountain View cemetery.

[source: Google News Archive]

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