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Clark
A scribe or clerk, the occupation from which the name derives
Origin
Language(s)Old English
MeaningClerk, scribe, secretary
Region of originEngland
Other names
Variant form(s)Clarke, Clerk
Frequency Comparisons[1]

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Clark is an English languagesurname, ultimately derived from the Latin with historical links to England and Ireland[2]clericus meaning 'scribe', 'secretary' or a scholar within a religious order, referring to someone who was educated. Clark evolved from 'clerk'. First records of the name are found in 12th-century England. The name has many variants.[3]

  1. Clark is the twenty-seventh most common surname in the United Kingdom, including placing fourteenth in Scotland. Clark is also an occasional given name, as in the case of Clark Gable. According to the 1990 United States Census, Clark was the twenty-first most frequently encountered surname, accounting for 0.23% of the population.
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Clark is the twenty-seventh most common surname in the United Kingdom,[1] including placing fourteenth in Scotland.[4] Clark is also an occasional given name, as in the case of Clark Gable.

According to the 1990 United States Census, Clark was the twenty-first most frequently encountered surname, accounting for 0.23% of the population.[5] Notable people with the surname include:

Disambiguation pages[edit]

  • Anne Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Brian Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Cameron Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Charles Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Chris Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Clive Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Colin Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Douglas Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • David Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Dick Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Edward Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Eugene Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • George Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Jack Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • James Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Jason Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Jeff Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Jim Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • John Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Jonathan Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Joseph Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Ken Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Kenneth Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Lee Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Mary Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Robert Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Ryan Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Sally Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Samuel Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Simon Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Terry Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Thomas Clark (disambiguation), multiple people
  • William Clark (disambiguation), multiple people

Arts and literature[edit]

  • Alton Dorian Clark (born 1984), better known as American hip-hop musician Dorian
  • Andy Clark (musician), British musician
  • Ann Clarke (born 1944), Canadian artist
  • Annie Erin Clark, better known under her stage name St. Vincent (musician) (born 1982), American singer, songwriter, and musician
  • Appleton P. Clark, Jr. (1865–1955), American architect
  • Bob Clark (Benjamin 'Bob' Clark) (1941–2007), an American director
  • Buddy Clark (1911–1949), American singer
  • Catherine Clark (born 1976), Canadian television host
  • Chris Clark (musician) (born 1979), British musician, known by the mononym 'Clark'
  • Christian Clark (born 1979), Australian actor
  • Claudine Clark, R&B singer and performer of the 1962 hit record 'Party Lights'
  • Cora Mildred Maris Clark (1885–1967), New Zealand hockey player and nurse
  • Dave Clark (musician) (born 1942), drummer of The Dave Clark Five
  • Dorothy Park Clark (1899–1983), American novelist who wrote under the pen name Clark McMeekin
  • Dodie Clark (born 1995), English musician, YouTuber, and author
  • Donté Clark American poet, actor
  • Ernest Clark (1912–1994), British actor
  • Florence Anderson Clark (1835–1918), American author, newspaper editor, librarian, university dean
  • Guy Clark (1941–2016), American musician, songwriter, recording artist, and performer
  • Helen Taggart Clark (1849–?), American journalist, poet
  • Hilda Margery Clarke (born 1926), English painter and curator
  • Jean Clark (artist) (1902–1999), English artist
  • Joseph Benwell Clark (1857–1938), English artist
  • Joshua Clark, (born 1980), American writer
  • Ken Clark (actor), (1921–2009), American actor
  • Laura Lee Clark (born 1964), American interior designer
  • Libby Clark, (?-2012), American journalist
  • Louis Clark (1947–2021), musician and conductor with The Orchestra (successor band to ELO and ELO Part II)
  • Robin Clark (pop singer), (born 1949), 1960s American pop singer
  • Roy Clark (1933–2018), American singer and musician
  • Spencer T. Clark (born 1987), American actor
  • Stephen R. L. Clark (born 1945), English philosopher
  • Steve Clark (1960–1991), British guitarist for Def Leppard
  • Tom Clark (journalist), Canadian television journalist
  • Vicky A. Clark, American art curator
  • Vinnie B. Clark (1878–1971), American educator and author
  • Wallis Clark (1882–1961), English actor
  • William Clark (artist) (1803–1883), Scottish artist

Business[edit]

  • Allen George Clark (1898–1962), British businessman
  • Arnold Clark (1927–2017), Scottish businessman
  • Hilda Clark (model) (1872–1932), American Coca-Cola advertising spokesperson
  • Jonas Gilman Clark (1815–1900), American businessman and the founder of Clark University
  • Lance Clark (1936–2018), English businessman, of the shoe retailers Clarks
  • Myron Henry Clark (1881–1953), American management consultant
  • Shawn M. Clark (born c. 1964), American organizational theorist

Politics and law[edit]

Large
  • Abraham Clark (1725–1794), American politician and Revolutionary War figure
  • Alan Clark (1928–1999), British Conservative politician and author, son of Kenneth Clark
  • Alistair Clark, Lord Clark (fl. 2016), Scottish judge, senator of the College of Justice
  • Augusta Clark (1932–2013), American librarian, lawyer and politician
  • Barbara M. Clark (1939–2016), New York politician
  • Benjamin S. W. Clark (1829–1912), a New York politician
  • Billy J. Clark (1778–1866), a New York physician and politician
  • Boyd A. Clark (1918–1978), an American politician and jurist
  • Darius Clark (1798–1871), New York physician and politician
  • Frank M. Clark (1915–2003), American Congressman
  • Gavin Brown Clark (1846–1930), MP for Caithness
  • Greenleaf Clark (1835–1904), American jurist
  • Helen Clark (born 1950), prime minister of New Zealand from 1999 to 2008
  • Horace Clark (assemblyman), 1830s New York politician
  • Horace F. Clark (1815–1873), US Congressman from New York
  • Isabella Clark (1809–1857), wife of Prime Minister of Canada Sir John A. Macdonald
  • Joe Clark (born 1939), former prime minister of Canada
  • Karen Clark (born 1945), American politician from Minnesota
  • Katy Clark (born 1967), Scottish politician and trade union official
  • Kelly Clark (lawyer) (1957–2013), American lawyer
  • Newcomb Clark (1840–1913), Michigan politician
  • Orville Clark (1801–1862), New York politician
  • Ramsey Clark (1927–2021), US attorney general and activist
  • Rita Clark (1915–2008), member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
  • Satterlee Clark, Jr., American politician
  • Septima Poinsette Clark (1898–1987), American educator and voting registration leader
  • Sir Terence Clark (born 1934), British retired diplomat and writer
  • Tom C. Clark (1899–1977), US attorney general, U.S. Supreme Court justice
  • Zenas Clark (1795–1864), New York politician

Science and medicine[edit]

  • Adam Clark, American meteorologist
  • Benjamin Preston Clark (1860–1939), an American entomologist
  • Bracy Clark (1771–1860), English veterinary surgeon specialising in the horse
  • Cynthia Clark (born 1942), American statistician
  • Daniel Kinnear Clark (1822–1896), Scottish railway mechanical engineer
  • Duncan W. Clark (1910–2007), American public health specialist
  • Gerry Clark (1927–1999), New Zealand sailor and ornithologist
  • Grahame Clark (1907–1995), British archaeologist
  • Hamlet Clark (1823–1867), English entomologist
  • Hilda Clark (doctor) (1881–1955), Quaker physician and humanitarian
  • Hubert Lyman Clark (1870–1947), American zoologist
  • Judson Freeman Clark (1870–1942), Canadian forester and mycologist
  • Leslie J. Clark (1924–2003), British engineer and founder of Parvalux
  • Lynn G. Clark (born 1956), American botanist
  • Noel A. Clark (born 1940), American physicist
  • Wilfrid Le Gros Clark (1895–1971), British palaeoanthropologist

Sports[edit]

  • Alysha Clark (born 1987), American-Israeli basketball player
  • Babe Clark, American football player
  • Caitlin Clark (born 2002), American basketball player
  • Calum Clark (born 1989), English rugby union player
  • Carmel Clark (born 1965), New Zealand swimmer
  • Chuck Clark (born 1995), American football player
  • Chuck Clark (ice hockey) (1891–1970), British-born Canadian ice hockey player
  • Ciaran Clark (born 1989), Irish football player
  • Corrie Clark (born 1982), American breaststroke swimmer
  • Dallas Clark, American football player
  • Darion Clark (born 1994), American football player
  • Duncan Clark (athlete) (1915–2003), Scottish hammer thrower
  • Dwight Clark (1957–2018), American football player
  • Earl Clark, American basketball player
  • Elky Clark (1898–1956), Scottish boxer of the 1920s
  • Frank Clark (footballer), English football player
  • Ginger Clark (1879–1943), American baseball pitcher
  • Glenn Clark (born 1969), Canadian coach of Toronto Rock
  • Hannah Clark (born 1990), English cricketer
  • Jeremy Clark (defensive back) (born 1994), American football player
  • Kelly Clark (born 1983), American snowboarder
  • Kihei Clark (born 2000), American–Filipino basketball player
  • Le'Raven Clark (born 1993), American football player
  • Leon Clark (basketball), American basketball player
  • Ocky Clark (born 1960), American middle-distance runner
  • Otey Clark (born 1915), American baseball pitcher
  • R. Foster Clark, American college sports coach
  • Ranza Clark (born 1961), Canadian middle-distance runner
  • Roger Clark, British rally driver
  • Sherm Clark (1899–1980), American Olympic rower and rear admiral
  • Stuart Clark (born 1975), Australian cricketer
  • Wendel Clark (born 1966), retired Canadian ice hockey player
  • Will Clark (born 1964), American baseball player

Other[edit]

  • Alice Clark (1874–1934), English suffragist and historian
  • Alister Clark (1864–1949), Australian rose-breeder
  • Davis Wasgatt Clark (1812–1871), American bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church
  • Felton Grandison Clark (1903–1970), African-American university president
  • Hugh Massey Clark (1886–1956), New York philatelist
  • Hulda Regehr Clark, (1928–2009), alternative medicine practitioner
  • Joseph Samuel Clark (1871–1944), African-American university president
  • Manning Clark (1915–1991), Australian historian
  • Mark Wayne Clark (1896–1984), American army general in WW2 (Italy) and the Korean War
  • Nada Hazel Clark (1922–1964), New Zealand trade unionist
  • Nancy B. Clark, Massachusetts philatelist, president of Cardinal Spellman Philatelic Museum
  • R. Scott Clark (born 1961) American seminary professor
  • Theresa Maria Clark (c. 1890 – 1953), New York philatelist, spouse of Hugh Massey Clark
  • Wesley K. Clark (born 1944), American army general in the Vietnam War and Kosovo
Living

Fictional characters[edit]

  • John Clark (Tom Clancy character), character in Tom Clancy's Ryanverse
  • Tracy Clark, fictional character from The CW primetime drama 90210
  • Clark Kent, secret identity of DC Superhero Superman
  • Clark Griswold, fictional character from National Lampoon's Vacation film series.

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See also[edit]

  • The Clark Sisters, American gospel vocalists from Detroit
  • Karen Clark Sheard (born 1960), American Grammy Award-winning singer

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab'Clark Surname Meaning, Origins & Distribution'. Forebears.co.uk. Archived from the original on 2017-06-11. Retrieved 2017-06-14.
  2. ^Clarke coat of arms, family crest and family history'. irishsurnames.com. Retrieved 30 December 2007.
  3. ^'Surname Clark'. Surnamedb.com. Archived from the original on 2009-01-13. Retrieved 2008-02-05.
  4. ^'100 Most Common Surnames National Records of Scotland'. Nrscotland.gov.uk. 2014-09-25. Archived from the original on 2017-07-02. Retrieved 2017-06-14.
  5. ^United States Census Bureau (9 May 1995). s:1990 Census Name Files/dist.all.last (1-100). Retrieved on 2021-07-27.

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External links[edit]

  • Data related to Clark at Wikispecies

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