Origin of town clerk
Examples from the Web for town clerk
He removed to Lancaster, where at one time he was town-clerk, and died there on August 14, 1826.
Bakhuizen, before he took to painting, was successively a book-keeper (his father was town-clerk of Emden) and a writing-master.
This great divine was a brother of the town-clerk, and the pastor of the Brattle-Street Church.
Eighty in number, and headed by their town-clerk, they joined their monarch on his entrance into England.Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border Volume III (of 3)|Walter Scott
The first witness called was Mr. Serjeant Ludlow, town-clerk of Bristol.