CLARK’S FORK, SC: The area derived its name from a tributary of Bullock’s Creek. A post office by that name was established in 1850 in the mercantile business of John McGill that was located near present-day Highway 5 and Clark’s Creek. J. C. McGill was appointed Postmaster in November 1889 when John McGill died.
CLARK’S FORK SCHOOL: During reconstruction this one room, log school was owned by R. M. Whitesides who charged no rent. James A. Wallace conducted this school from August 1869 to November 1869.
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