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1868 - Hutchison Clark

Hutchison Clark
Hutchison Clark

Clark and his wife emigrated to Canada in 1833 moving to Hamilton from Toronto in 1834. Clark, an architect and contractor, opened an office on Hughson Street. He designed the Mechanic's Institute building on James Street North (1851) and NOrfold Street Methodist Church in Guelph (1856). He also submitted a design for the new Brock Monument at Queenston Heights but his design was not selected. He first ran for municipal office in 1850 and represented St. Andrew's Ward frequently over the next 20 years. He served as mayor in 1868.


Born: August 29, 1806, Barnard Castle, Durham, England

Married: Elizabeth Johnston, 1829

Died: February 17, 1877

Buried: Hamilton Cemetery


Kenilworth Branch - Accessible Service Disruption Notice

The parking lot at the Kenilworth Branch is currently under construction, and is unavailable, including Kenilworth's accessible parking space. Street parking is available near the branch. ‚ÄčAs an alternative, the closest library locations with access to barrier free parking are the Barton Branch, located at 571 Barton St E, and the Red Hill Branch, located at 695 Queenston Rd. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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