Notes for Napoleon Bonaparte Clark: In the book, "Onondaga's Centennial - Gleanings of a Century" (V.II, Edited by Dwight H. Bruce, The Boston History Company, Publishers, 1896), on page 270 reads:
Clark, Napoleon B., Baldwinsville., was born in the town of Onondaga, Nov. 20, 1816. His father, James Clark, was born at Windsor, Conn., Nov. 20, 1765, and in 1800 came to the town of Marcellus and engaged in farming. In 1820 he went to the town of Salina and engaged in the manufacture of salt. Jan. 3, 1792, he married Eunice Payson, who died in 1805. He afterward married Sarah Crane and of a large family of children, N.B. is the only one surviving. Napoleon B. is a self-made and self-educated man. He spent his early years at Salt Point, being engaged in the manufacture of salt. In 1843 he came to the town of Lysander and purchased a wood lot, which he cleared and still owns. He married Alpha A., daughter of Russell Adsit, and they have three children: Reuben C., J. Arthur, and Mrs. Alice O. Adsit. Mrs. Clark died Dec. 16, 1887. In 1875 Mr. Clark retired from farming and came to Baldwinsville, where he purchased the block now known as the H.B. Clark block. He has been assessor for a number of years.
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