Charles Theodore Clark



Civil War hero, regimental historian, and an attorney by profession, his life is well documented in the two papers linked below, and the excellent website on his regiment, kept by his great-grandson. Died two months before Elma Clark was born; Jean Clark Varnum (just over a year old at the time) tells a story of his death being brought on by the exertion of catching her in a fall.

Additional photograph  (supplied by Nelson Haldane)
Photograph of grave marker (supplied by Nelson Haldane)
Poem written in response to this page by Alice (Bowden) D'Alessio, great granddaughter of CTC.

  • Funeral Eulogy   (temporarily missing)
  • Charles T. Clark in the Civil War by Jonathan Smith
  • Link to Website for the Ohio 125th, maintained by Nelson Haldane
  • Another Ohio 125th site, created and maintained by reenactor Bill "Yeller Dog" Wilson
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  • Charles Clark's Civil War sword, owned by Nelson Haldane.