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Civil War Veteran Held Civil Offices

by | Mar 23, 2015 | Bladen, Confederate affiliation

Daniel James Clark was a captain in the Confederate States Army. He survived both the second battle for Fort Fisher and the war. After the war, he married Jemima Perry. They lived in Rosindale, in Bladen County, where he was a merchant and a farmer. Daniel was elected Sheriff of Bladen County in the 1870s and Post Master of Rosindale in the 1880s and 1890s. He died in 1898 and is buried at Mount Horeb Presbyterian Church cemetery in Bladen County.

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