James Johnston Clark
James Johnston Clark (1809 – June 1891) was a Unionist politician in Ireland.
Clark was born the son of Alexander and Margaret (née Johnston) Clark of Maghera. He inherited Largantogher House, Maghera, County Londonderry on the death of his father in 1842 and was appointed High Sheriff of County Londonderry for 1849.
He married Frances, the daughter of Robert Hall of Merton Hall, Tipperary. His son, Sir William Ovens Clark, was Chief Justice of Punjab Chief Court. Clark's grandson was James Lenox-Conyngham Chichester-Clark and his great-grandson was Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, Lord Moyola. He was the father-in-law of John Kells Ingram.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by James Clark
|Parliament of the United Kingdom|
|Member of Parliament for Londonderry
1857 – 1859
With: Theobald Jones Mar – Apr 1857
Samuel Macurdy Greer 1857–1859
Robert Peel Dawson
Sir Frederick Heygate, 2nd Bt
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