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Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

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ISBN

9781852172909

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Scottish

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A name with a variety of spelling variations that include ‘Clarke’ and ‘Clerk’, ‘Clark’ features prominently in the frequently turbulent historical record of Scotland.
Recognised as kinsfolk of the great confederation of clans known as Clan Chattan, which included the proud clans of Mackintosh and MacPherson, they were to be found with sword in hand – despite the fact that their name derives from the Latin ‘clericus’, denoting a member of a holy order, scholar or writer.
In the world of invention, Dugald Clark, born in Glasgow in 1854, was the mechanical engineer who in 1881 patented the world’s first two-stroke engine, while Jim Clark was the Scottish motor racing legend born in 1936 and who, before his death in an accident on the Hockenheimring circuit in Germany in 1968, had notched up an impressive 25 wins in Grand Prix races.

The inspiring tale of the Clarks of both yesteryear and today is chronicled here.

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Clark – Scottish Surname

The origins of the family name Clark and their place in history

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A name with a variety of spelling variations that include ‘Clarke’ and ‘Clerk’, ‘Clark’ features prominently in the frequently turbulent historical record of Scotland. Recognised as kinsfolk of the great confederation of clans known as Clan Chattan, which included the proud clans of Mackintosh and MacPherson, they were to be found with sword in hand – despite the fact that their name derives from the Latin ‘clericus’, denoting a member of a holy order, scholar or writer. In the world of invention, Dugald Clark, born in Glasgow in 1854, was the mechanical engineer who in 1881 patented the world’s first two-stroke engine, while Jim Clark was the Scottish motor racing legend born in 1936 and who, before his death in an accident on the Hockenheimring circuit in Germany in 1968, had notched up an impressive 25 wins in Grand Prix races. The inspiring tale of the Clarks of both yesteryear and today is chronicled here.
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Product Details
Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

, ,

ISBN

9781852172909

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Scottish

Full Product Description

A name with a variety of spelling variations that include ‘Clarke’ and ‘Clerk’, ‘Clark’ features prominently in the frequently turbulent historical record of Scotland.
Recognised as kinsfolk of the great confederation of clans known as Clan Chattan, which included the proud clans of Mackintosh and MacPherson, they were to be found with sword in hand – despite the fact that their name derives from the Latin ‘clericus’, denoting a member of a holy order, scholar or writer.
In the world of invention, Dugald Clark, born in Glasgow in 1854, was the mechanical engineer who in 1881 patented the world’s first two-stroke engine, while Jim Clark was the Scottish motor racing legend born in 1936 and who, before his death in an accident on the Hockenheimring circuit in Germany in 1968, had notched up an impressive 25 wins in Grand Prix races.

The inspiring tale of the Clarks of both yesteryear and today is chronicled here.

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