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Jonathan Clark was a sergeant in the Revolutionary Army, as well as a part of the Boston Tea Party. He married Hannah Gloyd on February 18th, 1769. Reportedly, when Clark came home from the protest, he had so much tea in his hat that Hannah was able to brew a pot from it. Jonathan Clark fought the Battle of Bunker Hill and witnessed the fall of Colonel Warren. The dates of his birth and death are unknown; but it is speculated that he is buried at the Old Burying Ground in Tomb 77.