George L. Clark 

 George cash-claimed  a quarter in 34, 6N 49W in 1891.

He might be the George Clark who cash-claimed a quarter in 28, 5N 47W in 1891, in Yuma County, about fifteen miles away.

1890 Holyoke "J.C. Reiff, George Clark, G.F. Blakely and H.W. Wakeman left for Denver this week where they go to serve as jurors in the United States District Court."

State Herald, Holyoke, Colorado, May 30, 1890

W.C. Britton, the popular dry goods salesman in George Clark's store, and Mrs. Gertie Roberts, daughter of Z.T. Fisher, of Red Oak, Iowa, were married last Thursday at Red Oak

1891 "Will Wakeman has taken a position as salesman in George Clark’s general store"

1891 George Clark of the Golden Eagle Cash Store comes to the front with a new and liberal offer to his patrons. He has purchased a new Moline
wagon which he will give to the one holding the lucky ticket. With every dollars worth of goods purchased at his store, for cash, he will
give a ticket, which will entitle the holder to one chance at the drawing of the wagon. Secure your tickets for the wagon and avoid the

In 1910 Logan County, Sterling precinct, George Clark, 49, is living along, farming.  He said he immigrated in 1889.

He might be the George Clark who proved up a quarter in 29, 9N 54W in 1915.

In 1920 Logan County, Padroni precinct, George Clark, 58, born in England, is farming.  His sister Emily Williams, 54, born in England, with her kids Percy 20 and Marjorie 13, both born in England are with him.

Marjorie Williams married W.D. Robirds Dec 24, 1927, recorded in Logan County.

George is farming, living alone, in 1930 Logan County.

In 1940 Sterling George 78, single,  and Emily 73, widowed are living alone.

George - 3/10/1862 - 8/28/1952 is buried in Sterling.  So is "Emly" J. Williams 5/22/1866 - 12/13/1955

Percy Williams married Florence Hyle, who was born in Kansas Sep 8, 1900 to Charles and Nettie (Shepperd) Hyle, and died in St. Louis 12/25/1937 - buried in Lake Charles Cemetery.



1908 Holyoke "George Clark left last Saturday for Gravity, Iowa to make a short visit and return
with Mrs. Clark and little daughter who have been visiting there."

Holyoke Enterprise, Holyoke, Colorado, November 10, 1932


The body of George Clark, a former resident of Holyoke, but who lived later near Julesburg, was buried in the Holyoke cemetery Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Clark, who was about 60 years old, lived in Holyoke about 30 years ago, later removing to Sedgwick County, about midway between Holyoke and Julesburg, where he made his home for many years. He is known to many of the older residents of the Holyoke community. Funeral services for Mr. Clark were held in Julesburg Wednesday, the body being brought here immediately afterward for burial.

In 1910 Sedgwick County, Colorado, George M. Clark is 30, born in Iowa, with Hattie E. 24, born in Nebraska, with dDortha M. 5, Della M. 3, and son Luverne E. 1.

In 1920 Sedgwick County, George M. is 42, Hattie 34, with Della 12, Luverne 10, and June 8.

In 1930 George, Hattie, farming,  and Della  - a telephone operator - are in Deuel County, Nebraska.


ANOTHER POSSIBLE : Glasco Sun, June 5, 1952, page 1:

George Halleck Clark was born in Johnsonville, Illinois, May 24th, 1862, and passed away in Canon City, Colorado, May 30th, 1952, at the age of 90 years and 6 days. He was the son of William C. and Fernado Durham Clark.

He came to Kansas in 1885. In 1887 he was married to Ida Wilson who preceded him in death. To this union four children were born: Chris Clark and Oliver Clark of Simpson, Carl Clark of Canon City, Colo.; and Mrs. Ida Struble of Glasco.

He went to Colorado about forty-five years ago where he made his home. In his active years he was a farmer.
He was one of eight children, and is survived by one brother, Leonard Clark, of Simpson, the four children, and other relatives and friends.


George L. Clark, born Nov 1872 in Colorado, married to Lena Nina July 1880 in Iowa.  They're farming in Saguache County, Colorado in 1900, married two years, on the same page as Zachery Clark Sep 1860 in Illinois and his wife Bertha Apr 1863 California.  They have four kids all born in Colorado.

George and "Tackery" were in Saguache County in 1880, with parents Franklin and Sarinia Clark.

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