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By J. J. Prats, September 19, 2009
William Clark Birthplace Marker
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1Virginia (Caroline County), Chilesburg — E-100 — William Clark Birthplace
William Clark was born to John and Ann Rogers Clark on 1 Aug. 1770 on the family farm about one mile north. The Clark family moved to Louisville, Kentucky, in 1784. William Clark served in the Kentucky militia and in the Indian campaigns in the . . . Map (db m22561) HM
2Kentucky (Hart County), Munfordville — William Clark and Family
In the fall of 1809, William Clark was summoned to Washington from St. Louis by President Madison to discuss the governance of the Louisiana Purchase Territories, which he had explored with Meriwether Lewis during the Jefferson administration. . . . Map (db m39981) HM
3Missouri (St. Louis), Calvary-Bellefontaine Cemetery — William Clark Monument
Born in Virginia August 1, 1770, Entered into Life Eternal September 1, 1838 Soldier, Explorer, Statesman and Patriot. His life is written in the history of this country.Map (db m61810) HM
 
 
  
  
 
Apr. 21, 2021