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Charles & Jane Clark / Charles & Jane Clark

Title (Fre)

Charles & Jane Clark


Black and white photograph of Charles and Jane Clark standing in front of their home; there is a grassy lawn and a bare tree in the foreground; a detailed fence runs diagonally from the bottom left corner of the photograph up through the centre; Charles and Jane are standing at the end of the fence with a small dog; both are wearing dress clothes and hats; the house is behind them; it is a two-storey wooden building with covered porches on two sides; the windows are rectangular


The Clark home was located on Sandwich Street, between Brock and Chippewa Streets. It was built in 1833 by Jane's maternal Grandfather, George Teakle. Charles Clark was born in 1839 in Sandwich. He received his education there and went into business in Windsor when he reached majority. Over the next 30 years Charles was active in the Windsor community and served on city council. He retired to Sandwich in 1896. Eliza Jane Robinson was born in 1839 in Detroit but spent most of her life in Windsor and Sandwich. Jane and Charles were married and had three children, George, Charles and Henry, all of whom died in infancy. Charles and Jane were members of St. John's Episcopal Church in Sandwich where both were christened, confirmed and married.

Place made

Canada - Ontario - Sandwich

Collection Name

Museum Windsor


Buildings / Immeubles

Clark, Charles

Clark, Eliza Jane

Dogs / Chiens

Families / Familles

Fences / clôtures

Houses / Maisons

Men / Hommes

Sandwich (Ont.)

Sandwich St. / Rue Sandwich

Teakle, George

Women / Femmes

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