Dr Samuel Clarke

Died: 29 Mar 1813

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Dr Samuel Clarke

Died: 29 Mar 1813
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Dr Samuel Clarke

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Parish Cemetery at the Green

8 Plympton Street
Middleborough, Plymouth, Massachusetts
United States

Headstone Description

SAMUEL...Aged 84. son of Samuel & Mary (Finney) Clarke. Married 10 Sep 1755 to Lucia, dau of Capt Ebenezer & Mercy (Foster) Morton. She was b 7 Jan 1737-8, & d there 19 Dec 1789. Dr SAMUEL Clarke, a descendant from Thomas Clark, for whom Clark's Island was named, was born in Plymouth in 1732. He settled in Middleboro about the year 1752, and married the daughter of Ebenezer Morton. He was not only a skillful physician, but a man of good judgment, commanding respect of the people of the colony, scholarly in his tastes, and well informed on all matters of colonial history. He kept a journal, in which he recorded incidents of interest connected with the early history, particularly what had come to him from the first settlers relating to the Indian War and the hardships of those trying years. He was a friend of Dr Franklin, and his journal contained an account of conversations, anecdotes, and interviews with him; also, a minute description of Oliver Hall and of the reception Dr Peter Oliver gave to Dr Franklin. It is a matter of most profound regret this journal was lost, as its evidence would be invaluable upon matters relating to this history. Source: History of the town of Middleborough, pg 275-6.
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