Henry Clark

CLARK, Henry (1817-1893) — London, Worksop & Rotherham

Printer and lithographer. Produced James Bowden, A map of North America, denoting the boundaries of the yearly meetings of Friends and the locations of the various Indian tribes for Edward Marsh, “Some account of the conduct of the Religious Society of Friends towards the Indian tribes” 1844.

Baptised 13 May 1817 at St. Andrew Holborn, the son of William Clark, a goldsmith of Kirby Street, Hatton Garden, and his wife Elizabeth. A partnership as “lithographic artists and printers” with the pioneer photographic printer James Contencin (1814?-1879) was formally brought to an end 29 Mar 1847. By 1851 Clark was working in Worksop, resident with his wife Mary, born in London, and two daughters, born in Lambeth and the City of London respectively. He later moved to Rotherham and had become a widower by 1881. The premises at 10 Bucklersbury had earlier (1842) been in the possession of the lithographer John James Davis.

10 Bucklersbury, City of London — 1844
9 Pancras Lane, City of London — 1844-1850
Carlton Road, Worksop — 1851
Netherton Road, Worksop — 1861
82 College Road, Kimberworth, Rotherham — 1871
36 North Street, Kimberworth, Rotherham — 1881
97 Hope Street, Kimberworth, Rotherham — 1891

BBTI. Census 1851-1891. LG. Twyman.