People

1836-1912 Nehemiah P. Clarke

Moved to St. Cloud in 1856. He was one of the most prominent local businessmen.

He owned and operated nearly 4,000 acres of farmland in and around Sartell.

Mr. Clarke raised prize winning Shorthorn and Galloway cattle that were known across the United States. His Clydesdale horses won the Worlds Championship Prize in 1893. He also raised hogs and sheep.

He owned a creamery and cheese factory in the area.

He served as president of the State Agricultural Society in 1886.

Front: Matt, Julia

Back: Raymond, David, Virginia, Laurence

Sartell Family 1889

On the ground; Vernie Gertrude Sartell, Nora Arnold Sartell
Front Row; Joseph S. Sartell, Hettie Sartell, Katherine Sands Sartell, holding Clara Sartell, Angeline Sartell, Daisy Maude Sartell, Frances Gilman Sartell holding Mabel Sartell, Nancy Lucinda Sartell, Lucinda Jane Johnston Sartell, Henry Joseph Sartell, Charles Francis Sartell, behind Ray Egbert Sartell, Hettie Salome Arnold Sartell, holding Sidney Samuel Sartell.
Back Row; Linton Longley Sartell, Fred Norton Sartell, Egbert Perry Sartell, Frank Arnold Sartell, Willia, Lock Sartell, Joseph Birch Sartell, Winslow Libby Sartell, Charles Samuel Sartell, Holding George Washington Sartell.


Lucinda Johnston Sartell

Joseph Birch Sartell