Mr Joseph Alfred CLARK (1872 - 1951)**
- Date of Birth: 21/11/1872
- Place of Birth: Marrickville, New South Wales, Australia
- Date of Death: 25/04/1951
- Place of Death: Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia
|Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly||20 May 1920||18 May 1932||11yr(s) 11mth(s) 29day(s)|
|Member for Wammerawa||20 May 1920||17 Feb 1922||1yr(s) 8mth(s) 29day(s)|
25th (1920 - 1922)
|Member for Wammerawa||26 Jul 1922||18 Apr 1925||2yr(s) 8mth(s) 24day(s)|
26th (1922 - 1925)
|Member for Wammerawa||30 May 1925||7 Sep 1927||2yr(s) 3mth(s) 9day(s)|
27th (1925 - 1927)
|Member for Castlereagh||25 Oct 1930||18 May 1932||1yr(s) 6mth(s) 24day(s)|
29th (1930 - 1932)
Political Party Activity
Australian Labor Party (ALP). Secretary of the Coonamble branch and of Castlereagh state electorate council , president of Dubbo branch.
Commissioned as a Justice of the Peace in 1903
Qualifications, occupations and interests
Master tailor. Educated at Marrickville Superior Public School; bushworker in the Central West. Settled in Dubbo for a time and Coonamble; moved to Sydney in 1920. Father of Joseph James Clark, MHR for Darling from 1934 until 1969.
Local Government Activity
Alderman at Coonamble from 1902 until 1920. Mayor from 1907 until 1908, 1911 until 1913.
Son of James Clark, master mariner and Scottish migrant and Mary Evans. Married Elizabeth Ellen Finlay on c.1896 and had issue, 4 daughters and 2 sons. Burial at Botany cemetery from St Patricks Roman Catholic Church in Bondi.